Holy Spongebob

from Cinciut

Holy Spongebob Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Puppet

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic crochet stitches
  • Amigurumi technique

Pattern Description:

I crocheted this Spongebob for the Holy Communion of Paolo's son. He gave me a drawing of what he wanted and this is the result! :D:D
Hope Gabriele will be happy with it :D

The project is quite long but i think the result is very nice.
It is around 41cm tall (from shoes to halo) and 17 cm wide (wings not included). You can just crochet the Spongebob without halo and wings.

Yarn and hook are suggested as are the ones I used. If you change yarn weight/hook you will have smaller/bigger doll.
More details on my project:
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/samarara/holy-spongebob

Please be nice and do not use this pattern for commercial use, you can not sell or copy it as well as finished product.
Spongebob is an original character created by Stephen Hillenburg.
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French translation now available thanks to Jijihook
http://www.jijihook.fr/
You can follow a crochetalong in French there!!!
Thank you!
:)
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Gauge:

Not important

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 41cm x 17cm x 6 cm

Materials:

  • acrylic yarn
  • fiberfill
  • 3mm hook
  • 2 white chenille stem (only if you crochet the wings)
  • 3 yellow chenille stem (only if you crochet the halo)
  • stitch marker
  • tapestry needle

About Designer

About Designer

Sabry Cinciut on craftsy.com

Hi ?
My name is Sabrina, I am from Italy and I live in a beautiful city called Trieste.

Cinciut is the name of gremlin, nightmare or nightly incubus and it is used in triestino dialect. ?Te ga el cinciut?? means ?Are you in a bad mood??
I choose this name for my shop because I like the sound of the word and because it is closely related to my origins.
About two years ago I discovered the ...

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