Cute Poodle Crochet Pattern by Teri Crew

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Cute Poodle Crochet Pattern by Teri Crew Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

This pup is definitely ready for hugs with her soft body and sweet face. Uses super bulky (Red Heart Baby Clouds) and worsted weight yarn. You will need to know how to crochet in the round and basic crochet stitches to finish your poodle pup. Pattern includes detailed instructions in English along with a materials list and helpful notes and tips. Finished poodle is approx. 16 inches tall from top of head to bottom of feet. You will need one pair of size 15 mm safety eyes to finish your poodle along with fiberfill and a tapestry needle.

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Happy crocheting,
Teri

Gauge:

not important for this project

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • approx. 16 inches from top of head to bottom of feet

Materials:

  • worsted weight yarn and super bulky yarn (sample made with Red Heart Baby Clouds)

You Will Also Need:

  • one pair of size 15 mm safety eyes, fiberfill, tapestry needle and a small piece of white felt (optional for under eyes)

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About Designer

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Hi,

I've been crafting for as long as I can remember, My grandmother and mom both crocheted so there was always yarn around me (and of course there still is).

I offer cute crochet patterns. Most of the toys use basic crochet stitches and are crocheted in the round. All patterns are offered as instant PDF downloads. Sorry no paper patterns or finished items are available.

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