Knitted Nessie Challenge. Set World Record for Most Nessie on Dores Beach, Loch Ness, Scotland. Saturday September 24th, 2016.

From the Loch Ness Knit Fest website:

This September will see us attempting to have a record number of your Nessies at Dores Beach, Loch Ness.

We are appealing to the knitters of the world to help us achieve our goal and assist with our Knitted Nessie Challenge by creating an army of yarny monsters – yes, we need YOU to knit a Nessie!

You can choose any size, shape or pattern you want to knit or crochet a monster for submission (we’ve included links to a few free patterns available online below to help you out) and there is no limit on the age or location of Nessie knitters – in fact there will even be a prize for the submission that travels the furthest to take part in our challenge!

Nessie

Send Submissions to:

Visit Inverness Loch Ness Ltd
 C/O Forestry Building

Tower Road

Smithton

Inverness

Highland

IV2 7NL

Free Nessie Patterns:

FREE Nessie the Loch Ness Monster Knitting Pattern from Yarn Forward

FREE Nessie Crochet Pattern by 26 Donuts on Ravelry

FREE Nessie Crochet Pattern by Patti on Ravelry

FREE Nessie Pattern Download by Katherine Dubsky on Ravelry

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5 thoughts on “Knitted Nessie Challenge. Set World Record for Most Nessie on Dores Beach, Loch Ness, Scotland. Saturday September 24th, 2016.”

      1. Me too – my grandmother taught me how to crochet, and I can do quite a bit with that. But it makes me feel tense as well. I’ve always wanted to know how to knit though. It seems like there are so much more possibilities.

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