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Himalayan PDF Crochet Pattern


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NEW FEATURE!!! 4 PAGES OF STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONAL PHOTOS This cat was made using regular worsted weight yarn and loop stitches. Once it was completed I brushed the yarn with a wire dog grooming brush to achieve the wonderful soft fur seen in the photos. Brushing out the hair is a bit time consuming, which is the only reason I gave it a level 4 difficulty rating. Pattern is available in U.S. English only and will be immediately available to you as a digital download in PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader installed on your computer to read this pattern. If you don't already have it on you computer, you can download it for free on their website. This pattern is copyrighted, and is for buyers personal use only. Please Do Not replicate or redistribute this pattern in any format. Sorry, but I am unable to provide refunds for PDF patterns. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY What you need to know: Chain, slip stitch, single crochet, single crochet decrease, loop stitch, loop stitch decrease, whip stitch and embroider GAUGE 7 sts x 7 Rows = 2" x 2" swatch (Using A and working in single crochets) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Body: 7"L x 5"W x 10"H Tail: 5.50" L (Body and Tail may appear larger when hair is brushed out) SUGGESTED YARN 426 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Loops & Threads COLORWAY Black and White

Supplies Needed

  • Loops & Threads Impeccable Big - White - Approx. 275 yds
  • Lily Sugar n' Cream - Light Blue - Approx. 1 yd
  • Wire Brush (i.e. dog grooming brush)

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ScareCrow Originals
My name is Christine Lucas. I started crocheting when I was 8 years old and haven't stopped since. I had my first book, Huggable Crochet published in 2011. I'm not really a knitter, but I know how to. I also like to sculpt and design and build my own furniture. But...pretty much love anything crafty!