**NOTE THAT THIS IS NOT THE FINISHED ITEM, BUT ONLY THE PATTERN**
Here is a tiny hamster who found his way into a tea cup. He's only 3" tall and done all in single crochet. His cup and saucer are also done in single crochet and slip stitch. Both are done in amigurumi style crochet. Acrylic yarns in 3 and 4 ply were used. Also used was embroidery floss for his tiny nose and feet.
The pattern is 8 pages long and comes with photos to help explain the instructions along the way. This is a digital pattern and you can instantly download it as soon as payment is made.
If you have any questions about the pattern I will gladly help you. You can email me or send me an Etsy conversation.
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I just love this little fellow. So much so that it was for the children in our street (I make them Amiguri, school library bags and other things. But I had to make an extra one just for me. Who said growing older shouldn't mean fun lol!
Jan 26, 2016 by Lorraine Cooper
This is adorable and I already have two people that want one. I can't wait to give it a try.
Aug 11, 2015 by Michelle Bogart
Lovely pattern, easy to follow and very we'll written.
Also, great communication from bvoe668
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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