Handsome Frog Prince

from Flying Dutchman Crochet Design

Handsome Frog Prince 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

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Needed skills to make this pattern: - Basic sewing skills, to put the amigurumi together - The ability to increase and decrease stitches - Magic ring - Chain stitches - Single crochet (UK: double crochet) - Double crochet (UK: treble crochet) - Slip stitches (UK: single crochet)

Pattern Description:

Did you meet your handsome prince already? Maybe you should kiss this frog, he'll turn into a prince right away! ^^

With this crochet pattern, you can make your very own very handsome frog prince. Look at that smile! Isn't he cute?

The pattern is written in English using US crochet terminology. The pattern description is written using abbreviations; there's an extensive list included to explain all abbreviations used. There are also a lot of detailed pictures included to guide you through the pattern.

Skill level: advanced beginner-intermediate

Gauge:

4.0mm crochet needle

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • around 4-5"/10-12,5cm in width

Materials:

  • Needed to make this pattern: - A 4.0mm crochet needle, if you want the frog to be the same size as pictured (its head measures around 4-5"/10-12,5cm in width) - Light worsted weight yarn: green, dark green, yellow, orange, white, black - Filling material - A sewing needle

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About Designer

FlyingDutchman on craftsy.com

Hi there! :)
My name is Joyce, I'm an artist. To raise funds for my art projects I've started to sell crochet patterns. Feel free to add me on Facebook or to ask me questions about the patterns themselves. :)

http://www.flyingdutchmandesigns.com

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