PDF CROCHET PATTERN - Goldfish Earrings

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It's the catch of the day, for your ears! Now you can make your own pair of colourful ear fishies :D String on just one or stack them up, add some beads, it's up to you!
You can use the same pattern and worsted weight yarn for some larger goldfish - great for cat toys, ornaments, baby mobiles and surprises (every lunchbox/suitcase/locker needs a little fish tucked inside)! Add cedar (or lavender) to the stuffing and tuck them into the toes of your shoes, in with your sweaters or anywhere else that could use some fishie freshness ;D

Pattern is in PDF format, you will need Adobe Reader to open and print. Pattern is 3 pages long.
Includes written instructions and a few explanatory photographs. Pattern is only available in English.

** This pattern has not been beta'd. If you find any errors, be it in stitch count or even just a confusing jumble of words, please let me know so I can fix it! **

Thread goldfish end up just under 1" long, worsted weight ends up about 2 1/4" long.

Stitches used:
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
slp st = slip stitch
dc = double crochet



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SUPER CUTE! little fishes nibbling on your ear!
Oct 30, 2017 by Jennifer Dai
So cute and will definitely be wearing a pair soon just need to get the appropriate thread :)
Aug 16, 2014 by Deborah Armstrong

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I do not include gauge with any of my patterns because they do not need to fit on any object/body just so. The size of your finished item may not match up with mine, I am a tight stitcher. Pattern listings will usually include rough dimensions in the description based on my finished stuffies.
Most often I use a size G6 (4.5mm) hook and worsted weight (acrylic, such as Red Heart) yarn. My gauge is about 5 sc stitches/inch.

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+ Do you sell the pattern for your human figures? +
I have plans to make the toddlers available as a pattern, in a build-your-own customizable setup. This is going to take some time as I create different hairstyles, genders, faces etc., but the workbook is in progress.
If you have found my Doctor Who (Tenth Doctor) or BBC Sherlock figures, I do not have patterns for them, they were freeform.