Rory the Lion

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Rory the Lion Pattern

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Rory the Lion example of color possibilities
Rory the Lion Colors used for pattern
Rory the Lion example of changing the colors of yarn

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • St(s) = stitch (es) Sc = single crochet Ch = chain Sc2tog = single crochet 2 together Rnd = round Beg = begin/beginning Rep = repeat Sl St = slip stitch Inc = increase(s)(ing) 2 sc in 1 sc Magic Circle/ adjustable ring

Pattern Description:

This Lion has waited a patiently a year to be born. Rory is made with basic crochet knowledge, familiarity with making a magic ring, crocheting in rounds, increasing, and decreasing. Rory is a Lion who knows what he's looking for and that's you. Rory loves going on adventures, trips to the Zoo as long as you don't leave him there, he loves listening to bedtime stories as well.
This pattern is easy to follow and has numerous high quality photos to help you along. I also welcome any questions and comments! I am here to help make it as easy as possible for you to complete your doll!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 9 inches tall

Materials:

  • Crochet Hook Size G Black Safety Eyes Size 8mm You will need 1 skein of each color: I Love This Yarn Ivory (A) I Love This Yarn Linen (B) I Love This Yarn Brown(C) Cluster Fluff-fiber fill 1 Blunt Needle Stitch Markers

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

I Love This Yarn

Colorway:

Ivory, Linen,Brown

About Designer

About Designer

Gina R. Padilla on craftsy.com

I am a a stay at home wife and mom to 7 children, 4 still at home. I love to Crochet and Knit. Amigurumi is my new found love. I love designing new patterns and most of all I love when a customer sends me a picture of their completed works of my patterns.

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