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Lunar, The Lemur Life Sized Crochet Pattern

Lunar, The Lemur Life Sized Crochet PatternLunar is a fully articulated, life-sized amigurumi lemur with realistic proportions and features. She has intricate crochet shaping on her face, including nostrils, an open mouth, and a tongue, all of which are crocheted in one piece with the head.

Made with the suggested materials, she will stand 75 cm tall, excluding her tail. She’s about the size of a human toddler, and yes, she can fit into human clothes, too!

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Koi Mermaid

From the designer: An amigurumi mermaid is such an elegant, beautiful character for your plushy collection, but a mermaid inspired by the koi fish makes for a crochet pattern that is as much fun to create as it is to behold. Koi fish are a majestic species of ornamental fish. They are a type of colorful carp from India, but they started being bred for their beauty in Niigata, Japan, and so they have a strong presence in Japanese culture and art. This Koi Mermaid pattern is very straightforward. If you have ever made a top-down doll, she won't give you much trouble. Her tail and elbows both have short rounds to add some bend in them both. Her tail bends in the middle so that she can sit on a shelf or she can sit with her tail bent up and have a little more character than your average flat mermaid. While Grace’s eyes are safety eyes, they have a lot of embroidery detail which is added to the head before they are installed to give it a more human feel.

Koi Mermaid

Zebra Trophy Head Crochet Pattern

If you've got little zoologists on your hands, then you need to make a crochet project they'll adore! This zebra trophy head is the perfect wall decor for your animal enthusiasts. Soft, cushy, elegant, and cute, this zebra crochet pattern will look stunning mounted on any wall.

From the Blogger: "This pattern by Vanessa Mooncie originally appeared in the book Animal Heads: Trophy Heads to Crochetand is shared with permission from GMC Publications. The direction of the zebra’s stripes is determined by the shaping of the head, crocheted in rounds and short rows. The mane is made by attaching tassels to the stitches and brushing through the yarn to tangle the fibers and help it stand on end."

Zebra Trophy Head Crochet Pattern

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Crochet Hook 4.5 mm hook, D/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge 14 sts and 15 rows to 4in (10cm) over double crochet using a 4.5mm hook

Finished Size Approximately 23in (58cm) from the tip of the nose to the base

Amigurumi Octopus

Amigurumi Octopus Make an adorable little octopus with long curly tentacles using this easy to follow pattern. You can easily add a small bow or flower to the head or even a little bowtie. The octopus is made in 2 pieces, the head is crocheted and then the tentacles are made in one piece that is then sewed onto the bottom of the head. Materials: 1 skein of Patons Grace yarn (Azure) Size 3.125 crochet hook Two 8mm safety eyes Embroidery needle Embroidery floss for the mouth Stuffing for the head

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