Tag Archives: orangutan

My Pet Orangutan

This is the My Pet Orangutan knitting pattern. This loveable ape stands at 17 inches high (44 cm) when made up and is worked flat mainly on 4 mm needles with Ice Eyelash Copper yarn. The head, hands and feet are knit on 3 mm needles using a 25g ball of Crafty Knit dk yarn. When finished just give him a brush for extra furry appeal. This knitting pattern can be bought here as an immediate pdf download.

My Pet Baby Orangutan

This is My Baby Pet Orangutan knitting pattern. This fabulous baby orangutan is life-size and stands at 16 inches high. Its time for his lunch which is why he’s wearing his favourite bib. BUT all he wants do do is play so he will not sit still. He is knitted mainly in Ice Supersoft Fur on 4 mm needles. The knitting pattern contains full instructions with lots of step by step photos to help you along the way. This knitting pattern is available to buy here as a pdf download.


Baby Orangutan Mask Balaclava

This is my Toddler, Child and Adult Baby Orangutan Mask Balaclava knitting pattern. Now you can really feel what its like to be a monkey and start playing ape games. This amazing lifelike mask is worked flat on 4 mm needles in any fun fur and dk (8 ply) yarns of your choice. The knitting pattern provides full instructions for 4 sizes XS (toddler), S (child), M (teen/woman) & L (man) and there are lots of photos to help you throughout your project. This knitting pattern is available to buy here as an immediate pdf download.


This is my knitting pattern for Fizz and Fuzz the baby orangutan identical twins. Although these baby orangutans are impossible to tell apart their knitting patterns are surprisingly each quite different. Fizz stands at 50 cm high and Fuzz is 80 cm high. Both Fizz and Fuzz are worked flat mainly using my Superfast technique on 8 mm needles which is 4 times faster than ordinary knitting and are so quick and simple to make that they only take a couple of days to complete. The pattern provides full instructions to make jointed versions as can be seen here or slightly simpler non- jointed versions. They are both worked in Ice Eyelash which is cheap and available to buy on line. This knitting pattern is available as an immediate pdf download.