PDF Crochet Pattern BABY ORANGUTAN (English only)

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This baby orangutan is named Stan. He is about 19 inches tall and done entirely in single crochet in amigurumi style. Included are instructions for the little half-peeled banana he is holding.

Stan is very easy to make up and my instructions come with many photos to help you along the way. He is made using Sensations Beautiful yarn which was wire brushed to give even more of a fuzzy look.

This pattern can be downloaded instantly when Paypal payment is made.

I will also gladly provide assistance with the instructions, if needed. You can either Etsy confo me or email me directly.

Thank you for visiting my store. Come back soon because I frequently add new patterns.

    Average review
    This is the most realistic pattern I could find, but I've made a few changes myself to make it even more so!
    Aug 20, 2014 by gevans222
    Wonderful pattern, easy to read, well illustrated, immediate delivery. Thanks very much!
    Apr 5, 2014 by crocheter4life
    Cuddly little guy! Thank you!
    Apr 24, 2013 by A fellow maker
    Cutest baby orangutan! Can't wait to make one!! Thanks!
    Mar 11, 2013 by A fellow maker
    Feb 20, 2013 by A fellow maker

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I will send a free pattern for every 10 patterns that customers purchase. I try and keep track of all my customers orders so that I am aware of when they approach their 10th pattern.

I don't mind if my customers make my characters to sell at craft shows or to their friends or put in small craft stores, but making and selling my characters on Etsy or other online store, would be competing with my sales as I sometimes sell my finished samples on Etsy. I plan on selling in other places online also in the near future, so I kindly ask that my customers not sell my finished characters on Etsy. Thank you for understanding. Barbara