About this pattern We use USA terminology in this pattern (don't worry if you use UK terms, all the differences are explained in the pattern).
This pattern easy to follow with step-by-step instructions (16 pages with detailed instructions, tips, photos illustrating the process)
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Sizing / Finished Measurements:
approx. 28 cm (11 inches) high if you used 1 mm hook
Yarn - weight - Light Fingering / 3 ply (Yardage -237 yards (217 meters), unit weight - 50 grams (1.76 ounces)) I used - Vita HAWAII (55% cotton, 45% acrylic) 2 main colors -
Green (main color) - approx. 250 m (273 yards)
Pink (hands and wings) - approx. 50 m (55 yards)
Some white yarn for eyes (it should be a bit thinner than the main one).
Hook matching the yarn. I used 1 mm (UK steel - 6 1/2, US steel - 12) for the main parts and 1.5 mm (US steel - 8, UK steel - 4 1/2) for the hat Please note that you should use much thinner hook than stated at the yarn label.
Stuffing: hollofiber or padding polyester
Copper wire with plastic covering for the frame (you should be able to bend it with hands but it shall keep the form). Consumption depends on the yarn weight and the gauge. I used 150 cm (60 inches) of wire.
Sewing thread of matching colors for sewing small details.
Tapestry needle for tightening.
Wooden stick for stuffing hard-to-get-to places.
Plaster adhesive-backed fabric tape 1-1.5 cm wide to work up the wire cuts. (The tape you use to cover wounds (first aid)).
Green wool for felting (for a comb).
Paint for tinting (you can use: brown eye shadows, acrylic paint for fabric, pastel, oil-base paint).
Few small pebbles to add weight to the dragon's tail or small bag with Polypropylene Filling Beads (If you can't find Polypropylene Filling Beads you can use metal nuts, caps, piles of coins wrapped around with a plaster tape)
For a hat and scarf
Red yarn - Vita Brilliant Weight - Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) (45% wool, 55% acrylic, 100 g / 380 m) in 2 strands Any white fuzzy yarn. Weight - DK / 8 ply (11 wpi) (cotton 65%, polyamide 35%; 100 g/220 m) Hook 1.5 mm (US steel - 8, UK steel - 4 1/2)
I was waiting for this patter almost a year and when I finally got it I was pleasantly surprised how detailed the pattern is. I think even a beginner can make him with all those pictures. Project is time consuming bit the result worth it!!! Thank you! Looking forward to your Lady pattern.