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Knit your own microbe plushie!
I was inspired by the cute microbe plushies at <a href="http://www.giantmicrobes.com">GIANTmicrobes.com</a> to create my own little guy.

Say hello to Sam O'Nella!

Posted by Elizabeth G. from Georgia, Georgia, United States • Published
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  • Step 1

    Body

    CO 6 st with MC, divide between needles and join for working in the round
    Round 1: kfb in every st, 12 st
    Round 2: k all sts
    Round 3: *kfb, k1* to end of round, 18 sts

    Cont in st st until your microbe is as long as you desire. At this point, embroider eyes & stuff to firmness desired.

    Dec Round 1: *ssk, k1* to end of round, 12 sts
    Round 2: k all sts
    Round 3: *ssk* to end of round, 6 sts

    Break yarn leaving an 18" tail & stuff a little more if desired. Draw yarn through rem sts & pull tight. Make a tiny knot near the top & hide yarn inside your microbe's body.

  • Step 2

    Flagellum (make as many as desired)

    Co 2 st in CC & knit an i-cord

    I knit mine about 4 in long, but you can make them however long or short you want!

  • Step 3

    Sew flagellum on the microbe's body as shown in the picture or wherever you want. Be creative!

    Enjoy playing with your microbe--at least you don't have to wash your hands afterward. ;D

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Anna!
Anna! · 1 project
Boy! I'm glad they aren't really that big - think of all the damage they could do.
And nobody would try to stop them, because they are so darling.
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Viki
Viki · New York, New York, US · 1 project
:] Awww! This is shooooooooooooo adorable! Do you know if one can crochet something of the sort? :3
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Darling Niki
Darling Niki · Clearwater, Florida, US · 20 projects
Omg lol I <3 this! I can see making a whole line of microbes!!
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1398 projects
I love love love this, it's so cute!
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