Knitters Love Tiny Chameleons Too and Good News, Now There’s a Pattern For You!

Knitters Love Tiny Chameleons Too and Good News, Now There’s a Pattern For You!

Remember last year when crocheters went crazy over these cute little chameleon amigurumi? Well guess what knitters, now it’s your turn to have some fun with these adorable “Mini Chameleons” by Sachiyo Ishii.

Knitters Love Tiny Chameleons Too and Good News, Now There's a Pattern For You!

Knitters Love Tiny Chameleons Too and Good News, Now There's a Pattern For You!

Get the pattern via Ravelry, courtesy of Let’s Knit Magazine (subscription).


PATTERN: Knit Mini Chameleons by Sachiyo Ishii. (crochet version here.)

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    When I go to put in my password it comes up with capital letters. My pass word is case sensitive and needs to be in small letters.

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  2. Danielle

    Hi Cindy, what are you trying to do? KnitHacker does not have a login area for users so I’m not sure how to help … but I want to!

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    I wanted the free pattern of the chameleon and when I went to Ravelry and the link, it’s 4,99 US$ . So where is the free version???

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    • Danielle

      It looks like Let’s Knit Magazine has changed to a subscription service for patterns since I published this post over two years ago. Thanks for the heads up, I’ll revise this post to reflect their change.

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    A huge waste of time, to make pattern free on a forbidden site, really

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    • Danielle

      As I mentioned in an earlier comment, Let’s Knit Magazine has changed to a subscription service for patterns since I published this post over two years ago. I revised the post, what else can I do?

      Reply

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