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Stitch 'N Bitch Nation: Mobile Monsters

Posted on by MK Carroll

mobile monsters

Pattern: Mobile Monsters, published in Stitch N' Bitch Nation, ed. Debbie Stoller. 


MATERIALS:

Berroco Plush (100% nylon; 50g/90yds)

Piggy: 1 skein #1932 Precious Pink

Bunny: 1 skein #1934 Black Out

US 5 (3.75mm) straight needles

Stitch markers

Tapestry needle

Sewing needle

Thread to match yarn

Piggy: Small piece of pink felt

Piggy: 2 7/16” domed shank buttons

Piggy: 1 1” pink 4 holed coat button

Bunny: Small piece of white felt

Bunny: 2 1/4” round beads


The only question I've been getting is about "Pu" - that's an abbreviation for "pick up stitches."  Check out page 263 of SNBN for the tutorial.


There really was a kitty monster that hotwired my car and drove off.  The vehicle was later recovered, but the kitty monster had escaped.  To make a kitty, use the piggy pattern for the ears.  Cut out felt teeth as for the bunny pattern, and trim into fangs.  Do not leave unattended in a motor vehicle.  Also has unfortunate tendency to chew on headset cords.


There are two mods of the pattern posted on Craftster - a piggy resized to fit a digital camera, and a piggy modded to hold an iPod. [update 27 Aug 05] Mod of the pattern to make a Goofy Hot Pink Kitty!  Done in bright orange and with cute button eyes, iPod Piggy.  An assortment of piggies and a bunny

Susan Beal was inspired by my design to make a Year of the Pig iPod Cozy, sewn up out of a felted sweater.