This pattern will instruct you on my how to crochet my original amigurumi Monster security blanket lovey. This crochet pattern is written in English with U.S. crochet terms. It is three pages long and written in easy to follow directions with a photo tutorial for the blanket.
I work hard to make sure my patterns are very thorough- I give you stitch counts for each round, tell you where to make increases and decreases (no doing the math yourself!!), and provide lots of photos as guides. The Monster blanket is easy and quick to work up. You can have your very own in just a few hours!
CROCHET SKILL LEVEL
Basic (requires knowledge of basic crochet terms).
STITCHES AND TECHNIQUES
You should know these stitches: chain, single crochet, double crochet, invisible decrease, picot and how to make a magic ring.
-F & J Crochet Hooks
-Worsted weight yarn in five colors
-(1) 6-mm black safety eye
-(1) 12-mm black safety eye
-Rattle (I purchase mine here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/AmericanFeltandCraft)
COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSIONS
This pattern is (c) copyright 2013 Heather Jarmusz for Ham and Eggs. Do not resell or distribute this pattern (that's stealing, after all!). You may use this pattern for your own personal use and sell your finished items created from this pattern, but you cannot claim the pattern as your own. I politely ask that you credit me, Heather Jarmusz, as the designer of this pattern, and that you include a link to my Etsy shop if you sell your items online. You can even copy/paste this text: For this and other crochet patterns, please visit www.hamandeggs.etsy.com.
Thanks for looking!
I love making dolls and toys for my son, and am excited to be able to share my designs with other crocheters. I specialize in patterns that are easy to follow and construct, so that beginners and ...
I love making dolls and toys for my son, and am excited to be able to share my designs with other crocheters. I specialize in patterns that are easy to follow and construct, so that beginners and experts alike can be proud of their finished pieces.
You may be wondering why my patterns are so cheap- a couple of bucks or less? Really? My feeling is that these designs are not terribly complicated or intricate and they are fairly priced for what they are. Also, if you are happy with the pattern and the price, you are more likely to come back and buy more.