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Dog, bulldog, puppy, crochet animal pattern


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Skills Needed

  • Amigurumi
  • Simple Stitches
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

Crochet your own adorable bull dog! With this pattern you can make a tiny amigurumi copy of an english bulldog pup. Give him jointed moveable legs to make him able to stand and sit! INFO ABOUT THE PATTERN: • Level of skill: intermediate • English language • US crochet terms used • Both metrical and imperial measurement units This amigurumi pattern includes: • List of used crochet abbreviations • List of required tools, materials, and skills • 5 pages of detailed instructions and 11 pictures • Little tips to help you along the way (Please notice that the pattern doesn't include instructions for the football which you see in the picture!) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS In standing position: approx. 6 cm (2 inches) tall BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY • Change yarn colors • Make a magic ring • Increase and decrease • Slip stitches • Double crochet • Single crochet • Work in rows • Work in continuous rounds • Thread jointed limbs (optional) GAUGE Not very important, just ensure you crochet tight enough that stuffing will not be visible. To open the downloaded pattern file, you might need to have Adobe Reader installed, or any other software that can read PDFs. You can get Adobe Reader for free here: Come read more reviews on my amigurumi patterns here: Don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions or need any help: tinyalchemy[@] Thanks for looking!

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Hi! I'm Ksenia! I'm a crochet pattern designer, ecologist, and a 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!