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Mulan - Disney Princess - Bride Warrior


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***This listing is for 2 PDF Crochet Patterns only. The patterns are available as an instant download. You will need a PDF reader (like Adobe Acrobat) to be able to view these files. *** If you'd like a doll made, please look in my shop or send me a note. "Who is that girl I see...staring straight back at me? When will my reflection show who am I inside?" "We must be swift as the coursing river, with all the force of a great typhoon, with all the strength of a raging fire, mysterious as the dark side of the moon!" Fa Mulan is an adorable amigurumi to make and cherish yourself or give as a gift to any little princess in your life. :o) These pattern are for Mulan in both her potential-bride dress and her warrior outfit. The patterns includes detailed instructions and LOTS of pictures (23 pages for one, 22 pages for the other). It's as if I'm making the amis 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 respectful interpretation of Mulan. I am not affiliated with the Disney company. 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.