Meg and School of Fish
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A whimsical play on the ultimate food chain. One fish eats another fish, gets eaten by another fish and another and ultimately they are all eaten by Meg, the megalodon shark.
School of fish: These four fish are knit in the round. Each fish is knitted in one piece from inside of the mouth to the tail.
Meg: The shark is knit in the round from the mouth to the tail. The inside of the mouth is knit separately, with stitches picked up for teeth and bind off in picot bind off. An I-cord is sewn along the mouth opening to create lips. The fins are knit separately and sewn on. The entire shark is knit in one piece and stuffed as you work. It gets rather large closer to the tail end. An option is to knit the shark’s body in two pieces. Leave the live stitches from the first part on needles, and start the second part with Provisional Cast on and then join the pieces with Kitchener stitch.
- Independent Designer
- Stana D. Sortor
- Featured product
- Downloadable PDF
- extra set of circular needles, black embroidery yarn, sturdy yet flexible plastic for the dorsal and pectoral fins.
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