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Max Where the Wild Things Are Amigurumi


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Max is king of the Wild Things! Inspired by Where The Wild Things by Maurice Sendak, Max has a removable hood and crown. He stands about 8 inches tall, though gauge for this project does not need to be exact. Work tightly enough to make sure that stuffing does not show through. Materials: Tan Worsted Weight Yarn Cream Worsted Weight Yarn Grey Teal Worsted Weight Yarn Yellow Worsted Weight Yarn Brown Worsted Weight Yarn Black Worsted Weight Yarn [optional: use black embroidery thread] Size G (4mm) Crochet Hook Size H (5mm) Crochet Hook Polyester Fiberfill Tapestry Needle Scissors Stitch marker Abbreviations: ch - chain sc - single crochet hdc - half double crochet sl - slip st - stitch(es) tog - together FLO - front loops only * * * Skill Level: Easy Written Pattern in American English crochet terms. Feel free to message me with any questions you may have while working the pattern! This pattern is copyright protected and cannot be sold, transmitted, distributed or reproduced in any form or by any means. However, you are welcome to donate or gift finished items (if you are an Individual Crafter)! If you choose to sell finished items made from this pattern (or from part of this pattern), I request that you link back to my shop within the first two lines of your item description (on Etsy or elsewhere). * * * Happy crafting!! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY chain single crochet half double crochet slip stitch work in front loops only single crochet two together SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 8 inches tall

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