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Christmas African Flower Santa Claus


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PDF crochet pattern " Christmas African Flower Santa Claus " Nisse the Gnome INFORMATION - African Flower Santa Claus " Nisse the Gnome - Instant downloaded file - ones payment is confirmed you can directly download the pattern to your computer. - US Crocheting terms - Crochet hook nr 3 and 4,5 (D-3 and G-6) - African flower motifs descriptions " Square, Hexagon, Pentagon and half African flower photo tutorial - Easy pattern to follow " diagram, picture tutorial and written pattern. SELL FINISHED ITEMS? Of course you can sell finished item made from my crochet patterns! I would be honoured!:) If you have the time later I would LOVE to get a picture, and tell me how your sales went!:) I always love hearing from my lovely crocheters !:) So what are you waiting for!?! Get the pattern and start crocheting!! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY cotton yarn (hook 3) acrylic yarn (hook 4) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 50 cm long

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Jo's Crocheteria
Hi there! I’m Johanna, I’m 24 years old living in Gothenburg, Sweden. At the moment I’m sharing a flat with my sister. It’s a bit crowded but we get along fine. She studies at university here in Gothenburg so we both are home a lot. She is so kind to be my model whenever I make a clothing pattern! When I was little my mom taught me to crochet and knit but at that time I got so bored I only finished a few rows. I moved to Italy when I was 22, studied and lived there but found I needed a hobby and for some reason thought of crocheting again. So I went to a yarn store and got 3 really ugly acrylic yarns and a hook. Right away I found my self designing my own patterns since I did not always found what I was looking for online. I was then invited by a friend of mine to sell my finished crocheted items on a local market and that was an amazing experience. With that experince I got a lot of confidence in my craft and before I knew it I was designing crochet patterns and selling online. Now I have moved back home to Gothenburg and am a crochet designer full time. I work 24/7, at least in my head, always trying to come up with new and funny crochet patterns. It’s the best job in the world!