Danger Crafts Terence the Tap Dancing T-Rex PDF
A Little About Terence: Terence has been dancing since he was a tiny T-Rex. He has tried just about every dance you could think of, but most dances have not gone very well for him. His arms are so short and his feet are so big, that any dance with a partner is not an option. He has decided tap dancing is his favorite since the focus is on his feet. Only problem is that it’s hard for a T-Rex to find tap shoes in his size! Terence's body, tail, and head are knit circularly in one piece while his arms, legs, and tummy panel are knit separately and sewn on during finishing.
Yarn Requirements: Knitter's choice of dino yarn!
MC – 275–325 yards
CC1 – 25–50 yards
CC2 – 20–40 yards
Needles: 40” circular or DPNs 2 or 3 sizes smaller than those recommended for your yarn
Other materials: Buttons/plastic safety eyes/scrap yarn for eyes, stuffing
Gauge: Variable, the pattern is written to be knit with any yarn and needle combination: simply knit your yarn with needles 2-3 sizes smaller than those recommended to create a tight knit fabric the stuffing doesn't show through.