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Flo the Elephant

By: Knitty Little Purls of Wisdom

There are so many reasons to love this adorable knit stuffed animal pattern. Flo the Elephant is a whimsical, cuddly little creature your baby, toddler, or young child will adore. This charming knit toy is the perfect nap time accessory as well as nursery decor item. The colorful contrast stitching makes Flo the Elephant a striking stuffed animal your child will cherish for years. Knit one in your favorite color combination for your favorite little animal lover.


Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is SO cute. Definitely adding her to my list.

Flo will forever be one of my favorite projects on this site. What a cute little elephant!

Flo is so cute and cuddly, I want to make an entire herd. From the biggest bull down to the smallest calf. That should be easy to accomplish by using different weights of yarn and different sized needles. This is a nice pattern and good for folks who don't like to knit in the round.

The elephant is adorable, but the colours are horrid! I have 7 grandsons and 2 grandaughters and I will make the boys in multiple shades of blue and 1 in purples and the other in pinks so the girls can tell them apart (this should eliminate the fighting over who's is who's)



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