Graphs for the hapeless fiber artist

Not a cat and not really a dog

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When I was in third grade I made a little green K-9, from Doctor Who, out of modeling clay for my Dad. I was in my late twenties when he hesitantly told me that K-9 was no more than a pile of clay and sticky dust. I think it was one of the most coveted presents I made him. I must say it was one of my favorites as well.

While I was sitting around being grumpy on anti-biotics, I decided to whip up a pattern of the metallic pup, so I can make another K-9 present for my dad….and you can make one for a beloved Whovian in your life.

I also decided to make some Totoro patterns for some reason. I think a late night Internet search might have inspired them. I had a huge love of Totoro in college.

All patterns are 50×50, pillow sized. If you make multiples you can also sew them together to make a blanket. No cross stitch colors this set, they are pretty basic so they wouldn’t be too hard to make with what you might have around.

Enjoy!

-Molina
@FPMolina

*Added some smaller Totoros because you seem to like them

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K-9 Pillow Colored with Outline

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K-9 Pillow Colored

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K-9 Pillow Outlined

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Totoro Pillow

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Totoro Smiles Pillow

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Totoro Leaf Pillow

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Totoro Dust Sprites Pillow

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Small Totoro

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Small Totoro Smile

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Small Totoro With Belly

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Small Totoro Smile With Belly

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