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Doll Amigurumi Baby Benjamin


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Baby Doll Crochet Pattern Amigurumi Benjamin babies are cute!!!! You will love to crochet this amigurumi that come with a bear security blanket! This PDF tutorial comes with: - Pattern instructions in American Standard Terms - 33 pages full of photos step by step tutorial to make entire body and mount final doll and hair! - Plus text instruction to make: diaper, and security blanket Finished size approx: 6.3 x 12.2 in (16 x 31 cm) width x tall. Stitches used in this tutorial: - Slip ring - Slip Stitch - Chain - Single Crochet - Half Double Crochet - Double crochet Materials: - Fingering Super Fine Yarn n1, small amount of: white, red, green, violet, yellow and and fuchsia. Skin Yarn approx.50 grams. - Steel hook n.00 (commonly used for lace) - Fiberfill stuffing BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY slip stitch slip ring chain single crochet half double crochet double crochet SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 6.3 x 12.2 in (16 x 31 cm) width x tall.

Supplies Needed

  • Fingering Super Fine Yarn n., small amount of: white, red, green, violet, yellow and and fuschia. Skin Yarn approx.50 grms.
  • Steel hook n.00 (commonly used for lace)

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Designing patterns is my life passion... make understandable tutorials, by clear instructions and high quality photos is my dreamed job! I work at home (Argentina) designing, making step by step photos and editing PDF files, but, when I travel I also work!!! I love to crochet or knit at beautiful and paradise places as: mountains, beaches and falls..this inspires me, feed me, and recharge my energy.To maintain this non-stop worker life, I also take pictures of the finished items in my trips, so each day I love more my work and I have plenty of joy along all the process. I learned most of "how to" make patterns at an Argentine Crafts Publisher, where I worked for 8 years making Crafts Magazines, which make my items serious professional patterns & tutorials e-books.