Ugly Monster Pyjama Case Knitting Pattern


4.50 out of 5

Knitting pattern instructions to knit this Ugly Monster Pyjama Case.

The monster is far from being a cutie. He holds a child’’s pyjamas in his belly. He will sit and look after your little ones bed and wait for bed time.

He has a button on his belly to allow the pyjamas inside.

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 Green, 100g Red

Extras Required : Toy stuffing and button

Completed Dimensions : 50cm Front to back claws, 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.

Pattern Language : English

2 reviews for Ugly Monster Pyjama Case Knitting Pattern

  1. 4 out of 5


    Have almost completed. I think there is a missing part to the process re joining the main section between the lower claws. The head end is OK because the head is joined between the other claws. Other than that all worked well and will be a great Christmas present for my grandson :)

  2. 5 out of 5


    Made this for my nephew he loved it he’s not ugly he’s cute
    Also made rabbit and unicorn the patterns are very clear and easy to follow delivery is very quick I would rate 10 stars if I could

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