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Rupert the Crab - Crocheted Amigurumi


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Skills Needed

  • Amigurumi
  • Simple Stitches
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

?This *PDF* crochet pattern/tutorial includes detailed step by step instructions, symbol charts and pictures to help you create this cute little crab. If you can not read symbolic charts, for your convenience there is a detailed text description. In addition, comparing the description and the symbols, you can learn to understand the symbolic graphics and use this skill for "reading" patterns in the foreigner language magazines. ?The pattern was deeply tested by a group of external independent testers before it was found ready for your use. ?This pattern got complimentary comments from testers and users: . ... wonderful pattern, easy to follow... . ... I loved testing this pattern for Marina. I think it is a very unique pattern... - See more at: BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should be familiar with crocheting in rounds and basic stitches only. There are no basic crochet tutorials included. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS pproximately 1.5 inch (3.5 cm) shell only, 3 inch (7.5 cm) with the claws.

Recommended with this pattern

  • *Two kinds of yarn (#10 or #8): Dark for a shell, bright color for the body. *Aklrilon or other type of fiberfill. *Plastic eyes, middle size and Glue. *Scissors, Needle. *Crochet Hook Size 1.0 mm.

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Marina Levy's Handmade Crafts
Marina Levy's Handmade Crafts
Hello and welcome to my page A little about myself: My name is Marina Levy and I'm crocheting since I was 5 years old. Actually, it's my first hobby and first craft that I ever learned. That's what started my passion for hand crafts. As long as I can remember myself, I have enjoyed creating and learning new techniques. I have graduate art school in Minsk, specializing in such folk arts, as weaving, pottery, weaving from straw and many others. Although I have graduated art school, life took me in different directions. I have invested in building a career, studying engineering, learning new skills. Everything has changed for me when my eldest daughter was born. I wanted to decorate her room and her life with something colorful, interesting and beautiful. Since then, I create every free moment, when my amazing daughters are my inspiration. I hope you will enjoy my creations and find something you like! If you have any questions or custom requests - please don't hesitate to contact me. Thank you for visiting my page, and please come back anytime. Best Regards, Marina Levy