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Walt Brantzeg Plush


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Walt is one special guy just waiting to come home with you. With little details like a belly button, knee dimples, and sideburns, he is sure to brighten your day every time you look at him. Just look! See, he already did it! This pattern is for the intermediate/advanced crocheter, however, I believe an ambitious beginner could tackle it. This pattern is seven pages long with lots of detailed instructions and pictures. I made my Walt blue, but you can choose any combination of skin and hair color you'd like! Walt was named because, after he was completed, I was stumped on what to name him. As I was watching the news, they interviewed a man who looked just like my creation. And thus Walt was born! This pattern is the copyrighted property of CarlyPalacios. You may not redistribute, copy, or modify & sell this pattern, or claim it as your own. You may sell dolls that you create from this pattern, just please make sure to give me credit & include a link to my shop (ie, Pattern by carlypalacios at or! Thanks for your honesty!! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Single/Double Crochet Increase/ Decrease Bobble Stitch Magic/ Adjustable Ring French knots GAUGE Gauge is unessential to this project, if you start and find that Walt is too large, simply start over with a smaller hook size. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 13" tall 10" wide (fingertip to fingertip) PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lion's Brand

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  • 2 Skeins skin color yarn
  • 1 skein hair color yarn
  • I crochet hook

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Hey Mrs. P!
Hey Mrs. P!
I am a part-time English teacher and a Mom as well as a full-time crafter. I put a lot of time, effort, love, and creativity into my items and patterns and I hope that you enjoy and appreciate them. I have been crocheting since I was about 8, when my very English grandmother taught me to crochet a small Barbie sweater. I've been 'hooked' ever since (pun intended!). I've since taught myself to sew, knit, & embroider; I'm still learning the skills for those crafts, but really I enjoy doing anything with my hands!