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Llama PDF Crochet Pattern


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NEW FEATURE: This pattern comes with five pages of step by step photographs to aide you in the constuction of your Llama! This little cutie pie was created from my own original pattern. Her finished dimensions are 11"L x 12"H x 4.5"W (This measurement does not include the ears.) She was made with all worsted weight yarns and since weight 4 yarn is the most popular among vendors, your color options are endless. The pattern includes a list of the yarns that I used along with a list of all the materials and photos needed to make this project a success! Pattern comes in English only. I rated this pattern as a 4 difficulty level, because it takes patience to whip stitch the pieces together amidst all of the loop stitches. But, take your time and you'll do fine. This pattern is copyrighted, and is for buyers personal use only. Please Do Not replicate or redistribute this pattern in any format. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY What you need to know: Chain, slip stitch, single crochet, single crochet decrease, half double crochet, loop stitch, loop stitch decrease, whip stitch, running stitch, change colors and embroider. GAUGE 9 sts x 10 Rows = 2" x 2" swatch (Using Color A and single crochets) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 11"L x 12"H x 4.5"W (This measurement does not include the ears.) SUGGESTED YARN 452 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Red Heart Soft COLORWAY White and Tan

Supplies Needed

  • Red Heart Soft - Off White - Approx. 128 yds
  • Red Heart Soft - Wheat - Approx. 300 yds
  • Lily Sugar 'n Cream - Hot Blue - Approx. 3 yd

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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!