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Snail Tissue Holder Cosy Cover Amigurumi

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Snail Tissue Holder Cosy Cover Amigurumi
Snail Tissue Holder Cosy Cover Amigurumi
Snail Tissue Holder Cosy Cover Amigurumi
Snail Tissue Holder Cosy Cover Amigurumi
Snail Tissue Holder Cosy Cover Amigurumi
Snail Tissue Holder Cosy Cover Amigurumi

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Used stitches : slip stitches, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet.

Pattern Description:

This adorable creature won't go anywhere, it will stay right at your side, providing you tissue after tissue, after tissue.

This pattern will guide you to crochet a snail tissue holder as shown in picture, made using soft acrylic yarn (DK / 8 ply) and crochethook E (3.5 mm).
The snail can also be made using wool or cotton yarn, as long as it(tm)s suitable for crochet hook E (3.5 mm)

The holder has an opening at the top of the snail(tm)s shell to insert a package of tissues, and closes with 2 buttons.
Finished size will be approx. 9.3 x 9.9 (23 x 25 cm) (h x w)

The snail is crocheted in continuous rounds, amigurumi style.
Used stitches : slip stitches, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet.

Approx. gauge : 10 sc = 2 (5 cm) , 10 dc = 2.4 (6 cm)

Difficulty level : advanced beginner / intermediate

Pattern is my own original design, described in US terminology.

Gauge:

Approx. gauge : 10 sc = 2 (5 cm) , 10 dc = 2.4 (6 cm)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished size will be approx. 9.3 x 9.9 (23 x 25 cm) (h x w)

Materials:

  • Wool, cotton or acrylic yarn suitable for crochet hook E (3.5 mm)

You Will Also Need:

  • Tissues from a square tissue box
  • safety eyes 9 mm, fiberfill stuffing


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All my life I've been busy with all kinds of crafting as a hobby and I have a creative job as a florist in my little hometown here in the Netherlands. A few years ago I rediscovered crocheting ...

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