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Fuzz Monster and baby Fuzzling

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Fuzz Monster and baby Fuzzling

Pattern Description:

Fuzz Monster and Baby Fuzzling

Amigurumi Crochet Pattern.

Introducing Fuzz Monster, an alien who has recently landed from some unknown part of the galaxy and brought little Baby Fuzzling along for the ride. Fuzz Monsters mission is to populate the earth. Can you help?!

Fuzz Monster is a substantial 16" (41cm) tall. A proper cuddle monster, just so soft and squeezable you can use him as a cushion too. (He won't mind, honestly!)

Despite his good size Fuzz Monster works up fast as this pattern uses two strands of yarn crocheted together for most parts. Baby Fuzzling is only 4" (10cm) tall, but, hey, we all have to start somewhere, and what he lacks in height he more than makes up for in cute!

Easy to crochet, the pattern Includes detailed instructions and clear photographs to help you create these cosmic creatures from another world.

Requires Worsted Weight (DK/8 ply) yarns and crochet hooks in size H (5mm) and E (3.5mm)

This pattern is written in American crochet terminology and includes a handy stitch conversion chart so you can translate to British crochet terms instead should you wish to.

Materials:

  • SizeH (5mm) and size E (3.5mm) hook, furry yarn and light worsted weight

You Will Also Need:

  • 9mm safety eyes, button
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I love experimenting with textiles of all kinds. I am currently totally loopy for amigurumi. I hope you like my collection of patterns. I am working on adding more as often as I can. I have more wool ...

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