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Amigurumi Bicycle / Bike Crochet / Toy vehicle PDF

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Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Amigurumi

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Pattern Details

This is a pattern which helps you to make a miniature crochet bike. With this pattern you can crochet a tiny realistic-alike model of a bicycle :) You can even make wheels able to rotate! (And in this amigurumi pattern you will find instructions how to do that). Skill level: easy The pattern is written in the standard US crochet terms. This crochet pattern includes 6 pages of detailed instructions and lots of clear pictures to help you through the creating process. If you purchase this pattern, please don't re-sell it and don't share. But you may sell finished bikes made from this pattern LOCALLY! You can read reviews of my crochet patterns here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/tinyAlchemy/reviews?ref=shop_info Feel free to contact me if you need any help! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Increase and decrease Work in continuous rounds Single crochet stitches Slip stitches "Magic ring GAUGE Gauge is not important, just make sure you crochet tight enough that stuffing won't be visible. If you find yourself crocheting too loosely, choose a smaller crochet hook. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approx. 7 cm (3 inches) tall.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Blue, white, grey, black sport-weight yarn
  • 2 mm crochet hook (1 / B)
  • Tapestry needle, stitch marker, pins, scissors

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tinyAlchemy
tinyAlchemy
Hi! I'm Ksenia! I'm a crochet pattern dsigner, ecologist, and a total geek who loves reading books (especially the ones related to psychology), playing videogames, and riding bicycle. My creative passion always was dolls. 4 years ago I learned how to crochet and discovered the art of amigurumi. I think now I'm addicted to this process!