Knitted Snake Eats Baby

You thought your small children were safe around friendly knitted toys, right? THINK AGAIN.


My friend Gali (whom some of you may have met at my table at Vogue Knitting LIVE a couple weeks back) modified the Sleepy Snake pattern to make this crazy-cute baby cozy for her friend’s little one. My friend Gali is a knit-hacking genius.

You can rest assured that no babies were harmed in the making of this adorableness.

6 thoughts on “Knitted Snake Eats Baby

  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you. You’ve no idea how much this brightened up what has been an extremely difficult day! Cutest and funniest thing I’ve seen all week!

  2. Thanks so much for posting my project, Anna, and to you kind folks for your feedback! I really enjoyed making this baby-eating snake a few years ago, maybe even more so because the parents-to-be requested it after seeing my little sleepy snake. My notes are sketchy, but I think the body was 128 st around at about 5 st/inch with the ribbing slightly stretched. The hood was ~18″ around (104 st at ~5.75 st/inch) and maybe 8″ long. I omitted the full lining inside the snake, just lining the top and bottom jaws and stitching down.

  3. Have you ever seen hatsune miku? She’s a hologram who does japinese concerts! She’s really cool I think you might like to see her, since you like cute stuff.

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