Sea Aniballs 1 - Amigurumi pdf pattern

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Sea Aniballs 1 - Amigurumi pdf pattern Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic crochet stitches
  • Amigurumi technique

Pattern Description:

Amigurumi Crochet pattern " instructions to make three Aniballs: a Dolphyball, a Whaleball and a Clownfishball using 3mm crochet hook with amigurumi technique.

The finished doll are approximately as big as a tennis ball. The size of the doll depend on how you stuff and on your choice in material (Yarn, Crochet hook).

This pattern is part of a series of more aniball patterns coming soon.
Using a nice ribbon or yarn you can hang your aniballs on a Christmas tree or wherever you like!
Enjoy!

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Gauge:

Not impotant

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Approximately as big as a tennis ball

Materials:

  • 3mm hook
  • acrylic yarn
  • 2 black glass eyes 8 mm
  • 2 green plastic eyes 12 mm
  • 2 plastic mobile eyes 16 mm
  • polyester fiberfill
  • stitch marker
  • tapestry needle
  • glue

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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