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Polly baby bear crochet amigurumi

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Polly baby bear crochet amigurumi
Polly baby bear crochet amigurumi
Polly baby bear crochet amigurumi

Pattern Description:

**This is a PDF CROCHET PATTERN only and NOT the finished toy******

requires crochet knowledge.
-crocheting in rounds (or adjustable ring)
-single crochet
- decreasing
-make a chain
-change color
-work in front and back loop

This is Polly baby bear created by me.She is a 4 inches tall . She is jointed by basic sewing. Polly is a little girl, she like to listen bed time story and watching cartoon , she also a good listener.

You can make your own little Polly using this pattern.

The pattern is written in English (using US crochet terms). It is 9 pages long with very clear instructions includes images to help you make Polly.

we accept payment through Paypal and credit card .

If you have any question, please e-mail me at maryjane43 [!at] hotmail.co.nz

***pdf File will be sent to you by email within 24 hrs after payment recieved and please message me after make transaction

*Of course you can sell the finished dolls of my pattern but please do not sell,post or share my patterns on the internet. Instead of that indicate my shop's name to your friends http://www.etsy.com/shop/jennyandteddy
and http://jennyandteddy.blogspot.com/
To make Polly you will need
1.White, pink and red color acrylic yarn in this pattern,I normaly used 8ply
2.Plastic eyes with safety backing 7.5mm( you can find it at any craft shop)
3.Fiber fill for stuffing
4.Sewing pin
6. ribbon for an optional
7. Crochet hook size1.25mm and craft glue

Thank you

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