The Knight and The Dragon

Once upon a time, a young knight mounted his trusty steed

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checked to make sure all his armor was in order

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searched for a worthy weapon

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and found a great sword!

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Now he’s ready to face the mighty

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the terrifying

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DRAGON!!!

He looked high

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He looked low

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til he found the beast!

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After taking a snack break

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they were ready to do battle!

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But then they remembered that they actually like each other (plus Daddy said no fighting).

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Mommy got some dragon cuddles

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And they all lived happily ever after. Until the Great Bath Toy Conflict, anyway.

The End

Pattern info:

On John: Knight Hoodie in brown sweatshirt fleece, gold rib knit (both from Fabric.com), marine vinyl armor pieces, gold topstitching, jean buttons, gold metal zipper, dragon freezer paper stencil.

On Tim: Hangout Hoodie (affiliate link) in Navy fleece with gold rib knit and red KAM snaps. I cut the back in two pieces (adding 1/2″ seam allowance to each) and added dragon spikes to the back and hood using my dino spike method.

8 comments

  1. Katy says:

    That is so cute! What an adorable dragon, how could anyone fight that ey? And what a great take on the Knight hoody – I love the details you’ve used.

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