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Giselle - Enchanted - Disney Princess


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***This listing is for a PDF Crochet Pattern only. The pattern is available as an instant download. You will need a PDF reader (like Adobe Acrobat) to be able to view this file. *** If you'd like a doll made, please look in my shop or send me a note. How does she know love her? Show her by making her her very own Princess Giselle . Giselle is an adorable amigurumi to make and cherish or give as a gift to any little princess in your life. :o) The pattern includes detailed instructions and LOTS of pictures (28 pages total). It's as if I'm making the ami along with you. Finished Size: about 6 inches tall (Size will vary if you use a different sized hook. Need help to make the pattern bigger or smaller? Let me know!) Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver Hook: Size F Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced Beginner. Pattern assumes that you are comfortable crocheting in the round, increasing, and decreasing. ***Please feel free to make and sell finished items from this pattern. However, you may not reproduce and sell the pattern itself. Please do credit me with the pattern and a link to my Etsy shop when selling them, so others can know where you got it. !*** Thank you for stopping by! Best wishes and happy crocheting! This is my own interpretation of Giselle. I am not affiated with the Disney company. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY crochet in the round, single crochet, double crochet SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 6 inches PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Red Heart Super Saver

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I love to crochet! Two of my favorite people taught me to crochet two years ago and I fell in love with it! I started making scarves for everyone I knew; but I live in Texas, so scarf season doesn't last long. So I started making crocheted toys called amigurumi and I've never looked back.