Bee Pyjama Case Knitting Pattern

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Knitting pattern instructions to knit a Bee Pyjama Case / Nightie Case.

For a Boy or Girl this bee is a cutie and holds a child’s pyjamas or nightie in his belly. He will sit and look after your little one’s bed and wait for bedtime. He has a button on his belly to keep the pyjamas or nightie enclosed.

He is knit using any chunky yarn and will grow quite quickly.

The pattern is easy to read and includes instructions on how to put him together.

Needle Size Required : 4.5 mm Single Point Needles

Yarn Required : Chunky/Bulky

Main Colours Required : 200g Yellow and 200g Black

Extras Required : Toy stuffing and button

Completed Dimensions : 50cm Front to back feet, 23cm wide and opening 25cm long approx.

Skills Used : Cast on, knit, purl, increase by knitting into the front and back of stitch, decrease by knitting two stitches together, cast off, sewing pieces together.

Language : English

1 review for Bee Pyjama Case Knitting Pattern


  1. 5 out of 5

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    This pattern is so easy and fun to do and the finished product is wonderful; just makes you want to do another one!

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