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Annie an Droid

from MadisonsCraftNook
(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Annie an Droid
Annie an Droid
Annie an Droid
Annie an Droid
Annie an Droid
Annie an Droid

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This pattern is easy to follow but requires basic crochet knowledge. You should be familiar with:
  • magic loops
  • crocheting in rounds (or spiral)
  • single crochet
  • increasing
  • decreasing
  • mattress or invisible stitch
  • Turning reversing direction

Pattern Description:

*This pattern can be printed for your personal use only*

*You can not resell, copy, or share without my Permission*

I DO NOT MIND IF YOU SELL A FEW OF YOUR FINISHED TOYS. BUT DO NOT GO INTO MASS PRODUCTION AS THIS IS A BREACH OF THE COPYRIGHT ACT. MASS PRODUCTION REQUIRES A LICENCE TO BE PURCHASED FROM THE DESIGNER UNDER LEGAL AGREEMENT TERMS.

If you have any problems following the pattern, or need any advice/help - please contact me.

Thank you for looking!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Annie stands approximately 8" tall an Droid stands approximately 10" this measurement includes their beacon(this may vary depending on the yarn and the size of crochet hook used) all materials are listed to make the same toy.

Materials:

  • Three different colors of cotton yarn (Lily Sugar'n Cream hot pink, hot purple and lime green is used in these photos)
  • Polyfil stuffing
  • Two pair of plastic safety lock eyes (8mm is used in photos)
  • Small piece of felt for embroidering face and locking eyes, Embroidering floss for the mouth
  • Yarn needle to sew together Gurumi parts, and embroidery needle for sewing mouth.
  • Small piece of pink felt for cutting little hearts for their chest, and fabric glue to glue to chest.
  • H/8-5.00mm crochet hook
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Beginner
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Doll/Doll Clothing
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About the designer

When my daughter was born I became a stay at home mother. I began to teach myself to crochet and knit using many different books and resources. I also had found one of my grandmother's sewing ...

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