Woobie finally finished!

Well, this is not perfect, but I think it’s acceptable. I think that this project will move along faster–and probably look better–the next time around. I learned from my mistakes! I redid the face several times, and it still doesn’t look symmetrical to me. I used Knit Picks Shine Sport. I used this yarn once before, but I had forgotten how soft it is! Now all I have to do is wash and block. Yeah!

Thanks to Betty and Jan for your help!

That is sooo SWEET! Love the darlin face on the bunny and I can just picture a little one dragging this Woobie by one ear as they make their way to bed.

Beautiful. Just Beautiful.

Awww, cute.

Oh how adorable!! I love it! :inlove:

I don’t think my face was perfect either. It doesn’t matter in the end. :hug:

It’s a treasure. You’ve finished this up beartifully and it will be a much loved woobie, I’m sure.

Cute! Cute! Cute! The face is adorable, and I love the spots, too!

All around super job on your first woobie!

Your Woobie is adorable! And the puppy’s face is perfect!

where would you find a pattern for this ? (or similar)
and is it quite easy ? (would a new knitter be able to make one)

Look how happy he is to be finished!! :slight_smile: It is adorable and you did a fantastic job. I love the knit picks like of yarn and I am sure the little one that gets this will love it for a long, long time.

They aren’t hard, but you’ll definitely have to learn some new techniques. I wouldn’t classify them as super easy, though.

This is the pattern. You can buy them singly or the e-book with 8. I bought the e-book and made the zebra.
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/woobie-pattern-collection---series-1/patterns

If you look up Woobie you’ll see other patterns, but they aren’t as well written or as cute IMO.

Here’s my zebra.
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/JanCA/woobie-zebra

I agree. I found the instructions to be very well written. I had some problems with the short rows, but when I went back and re-read the instructions, I discovered that I was making it harder than it was. Using scrap yarn, I tried the short rows again, following the directions exactly. It worked perfectly. I would consider it an intermediate project. On the other hand, sometimes the best way to learn is to stretch your skills a bit!

Wow that is so cute love thhe zebra !

Doggone it but I love these little woobies!!! They are the cutest baby blankie I’ve ever seen! You use great color combinations!!!

:lol: they are adorable! You should make one!

Very pretty! I now know what a Woobie is

Just wondering – what do you stuff the woobies heads with?

Thanks, knitcindy

I just used the cheap polyester stuffing you can get in Michaels or Joann.

so very cute!

This is really sweet. I can just see a little one grabbing on to that and keeping it for years and cherishing it. I think it is perfectly done, BRAVO

adorable!!!