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*PLEASE NOTE - THIS LISTING IS FOR A CROCHET PATTERN NOT THE FINISHED ITEM.*
With this pattern you can make yourself an adorable Woolly Monkey in two different ways. Either use a mohair-based yarn to make a lovely furry one, or use ordinary yarn to make a smooth one. When you choose your yarn, try to find one with a bit of texture and perhaps a mix of colours for interest.
The pattern is quite straightforward and suitable for beginner/intermediate crocheters. The instructions are detailed and easy to follow if you know the basic stitches and techniques used to make amigurumi, with photos to help you. They are written in English using US crochet terms, and the list of abbreviations includes the UK alternatives. The pattern is a downloadable PDF file and you will need Adobe Reader to open it. I will be happy to answer any questions you may have as you are making it.
Use double knitting (dk) weight yarn. This is equivalent to light worsted, although worsted weight should work just fine, as long as you use the same weight of yarn throughout.
Main yarn for body: Approx 60g yarn, double knitting weight.
- alternatively, approx 60g mohair mix or similar type of yarn, equivalent to double knitting weight.
Yarn for face, ears, paws and feet: Approx 20g yarn, double knitting weight.
Yarn for stripes in tail: Approx 10g yarn, double knitting weight.
You will also need:
Wire pet brush (slicker).
1 pair of 15mm safety eyes
3.5mm hook (US E hook).
Finished size: approximately 7” tall
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Occasionally one of my patterns sells out - if you want to buy it just contact me and I will re-list it as soon as possible.
I am always working on writing up more patterns, so let me know if there are any you are interested in. Photos of most of the items I've made in the past are here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/96575205@N00/
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I'm generally unable to work on any custom orders for finished items, I'm afraid.