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Sea Urchin - Flat Knit


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I love sea urchin... All these pretty colors and shapes designed by nature... So I had the idea to knit some for my bathroom and my living room. They are such a pretty decoration. Present them in a basket with some sea shells or with some nice pebbles. The pattern is knit flat and contains 3 different Sizes. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, Bobble (explained in pattern), provisional cast on, Kitchener Stitch GAUGE Doesnt really matter. Just make shure the needles you use are a bit smaller than the yarn asks for. So the stuffing wont show through. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Small Sea Urchin: 21,5cm ~ 8,5 inches circumference Medium Sea Urchin: 26,5cm ~ 10,5 inches circumference Big Sea Urchin: 32,5cm ~ 12,5 inches circumference All measured without the bobbles

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  • Materials: The pruple Sea Urchin in the pictures are made with: - Schachenmayr nomotta Bravo Weight: DK / 8 ply (11 Wraps per inch), Yardage:145 yards (133 meters), Unit weight: 50 grams (1.76 ounces), Needle size US 21/2 - 6 or 3 - 4mm, Fibers: 100% Acrylic, Texture: Plied
  • If you want to knit all 3 sizes you need one skein of Color A and one skein of Color B.
  • - 3mm (US size 2) knitting needles

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Hello crocheters from all around the world! My name is Daniela and I am from Germany. At the end of 2008 I started to teach myselfe how to crochet. It is a long and joyful journey and I still enjoy it. After a while I started to write some own patterns and I would like to share them with you. Also I love making crochet items with the help of other peoples patterns and everything else that is creative. Sometimes I draw, paint, bead, craft... There are soooo many great things out there to make and do...