Goat Patterns

Okay, here’s a challenge. I am looking for any knitting projects that are goat or goat related. It could be something a goat would use like this.
Or maybe a toy goat. It doesn’t matter. As long as it has a goat related theme.

Thanks!

I can’t believe I found one!

That’s from the same site I got the Goat Kid Sweater from can’t believe I didn’t see it before.:doh:
Thank you Ingrid!

Almost any pattern will work if you’re interested in making something a goat would eat.

Not free, but http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=7052490 has a cute Amigurumi goat that is knitted and felted.

Also a cute crochet one: http://cgi.ebay.com.sg/SimpleArtsPlanet-Doll-Gogi-Baby-Goat-variation_W0QQitemZ280137614738QQihZ018QQcategoryZ2447QQtcZphotoQQcmdZViewItem

Jackie

Those are cute! Thank you. If I was to get it I’d probably make it with out the horns. Most domestic goats are de-horned when they are young for safety reasons.

It’s not what you make, it’s what you use to make it. Goats are pickier then you would think. Although they are always willing to try something new. I’ve lost a corner or two from my 4-H manuals because they want to see how it tastes.

It’s not what you make, it’s what you use to make it. Goats are pickier then you would think. Although they are always willing to try something new. I’ve lost a corner or two from my 4-H manuals because they want to see how it tastes.[/QUOTE]

I didn’t know! I just think baby ones are unbearably cute.

I tried to use the quote thing but it didn’t work.

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I didn’t know! I just think baby ones are unbearably cute.[/QUOTE]

Most people don’t. I just like to do my part in dispelling the myth. And you’re right baby goats are unbearably cute. I’d post a picture of one of mine but they all pre-date digital cameras and have none on my computer.

Yes, they are! Of all the baby animals I’ve seen - and I’ve seen a lot - I think baby goats are the absolute cutest! :thumbsup:

how about a felted goat toy? Not a felted toy for a goat, but rather a toy that is a goat.
The pattern costs $5 but does include other barnyard animals.

Oh, I just saw that someone else suggested the felted goat toy. Oh, well…