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Pilgrim Peg Dolls Play Set


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Crochet your own little Pilgrim peg doll set from my easy pattern! You will be able to make man, woman, girl, and boy Pilgrims. These make a fun play set for children to use to reenact the Thanksgiving story, though because of their small size, they're not recommended for children under the age of 3. They're also perfect for decorating your Thanksgiving table. This pattern calls for superfine yarn or size 3 or 5 crochet cotton in three colors: grey, black, and white. You can substitute other colors if you desire. You will also need 2 peg dolls that are 2 3/8" tall and 2 peg dolls that are 1 11/16" tall, or however many you want to make. And you will need a B/1 (2.25 mm) crochet hook, as well as a little glue. This pattern contains no abbreviations, and uses only basic crocheting stitches. I'd call it easy, but not for beginners, though I'd be happy to coach a beginner through any parts that confuse them. I'm always happy to answer questions if something in a pattern is a little unclear. It is written in US crochet terms. This pattern is a pdf file and will be available for download once your payment goes through. IMPORTANT! All patterns are designed by Rachel Kovaciny (Huggermugger) and are protected by copyright laws. You MAY make your own items from these patterns and sell them, but you MAY NOT reproduce or distribute this pattern in any form for any reason other than following its instructions yourself to crochet an item. GAUGE 6 single crochet stitches = 1 inch

Recommended with this pattern

  • superfine yarn or size 3 or 5 crochet cotton in three colors
  • B/1 (2.25 mm) crochet hook
  • glue

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I can't remember a time when I wasn't creating things. My mom taught me to crochet and sew, I took art lessons, and I'm now slowly learning to knit. I love the whole crafting process, from coming up with an idea or design to seeing it take shape to enjoying the finished product.