The Forecast Calls For Knit and Crochet … Oh, No! It’s Raining Octocats and Octodogs!

The Forecast Calls For Knit and Crochet … Oh, No! It’s Raining Octocats and Octodogs!

Designed and knit by Jill Watt of Knits For Life, I picked up this fun knitted “Octopuss” for my son Finn while I was attending Vogue Knitting Live in Seattle in 2014. It lived with him in his bedroom up until recently, and now it keeps me company in my office – nice, nice, octo-kitty …

Jill's Octopuss pattern via Ravelry

If you fancy knitting one up, lucky you, you can get Jill’s Octopuss pattern via Ravelry.

Then just recently I came across another knit/crochet designer who’s doing the octo-concept, doggy-style! Created by Zane Uzklinge, check these out:

Crochet Octodog by Zane Uzklinge

Crochet Octodog by Zane Uzklinge

Crochet Octodog by Zane Uzklinge

Connect with Zane via his Etsy shop, Pomegranate Wolf.

Know of any other animals that have been transformed into octopus hybrids? (This “foxopus” concept looks fun…)





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    Son geniales!!
    Originales y muy bien hechos, me encantan

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