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Ice Cream Toy Crochet Amigurumi

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Ice Cream crochet Sweet Toy Amigurumi Rattle or baby mobile You can make food sweet playful toys, babies rattle or baby mobile to decor kids room!! 3 different finishing to obtain different models! Finished Rattle / toy size: circumference 4.7 in x 6.3 in tall (12 x 16 cm) aprox. Finished size of miniature for mobile: small ice cream: circumference 3.5 in x 4.7 in tall (9 x 12 cm) aprox. medium ice cream: circumference 5.1 in x 6.3 in tall (13 x 16 cm) aprox. Skill Level > Easy / Begginner This PDF tutorial comes with: - Text instructions in American English Standard Terms - 19 pages full of photos step by step tutorial to assemble final ice creams and baby mobile too. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Slip ring Slip Stitch (sl st) Single Crochet (sc) Half Double Crochet (hdc) Double crochet (dc) GAUGE Slightly tight SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Rattle / toy size: circumference 4.7 in x 6.3 in tall (12 x 16 cm) aprox. Finished size of miniature for mobile: small ice cream: circumference 3.5 in x 4.7 in tall (9 x 12 cm) aprox. medium ice cream: circumference 5.1 in x 6.3 in tall (13 x 16 cm)

Supplies Needed

  • Rattle / toy:
  • Acrylic worsted medium weight yarns n4 ( small amount )
  • G hook

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bySol
bySol
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.