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These little critters are the perfect buddy on the go! Only 4 inches tall they fit in a pocket or the palm of your hand. Animals included in this pattern: Cat, Dog, Fox, Koala, Monkey, & Mouse
Special Feature: Attach as you go, no-sew limbs! Make the limbs first & attach them to the body as you go so you don’t have to sew them on after! (The ears, tail & snout do require sewing)
Safety Eyes & Noses (see below)
Soft Worsted Weight Yarn (see below)
All of the Critters have 4.5mm eyes. The noses pictured are as follows:
Cat: 6mm triangle
Dog: 9mm triangle
Fox: 6mm triangle
Koala: 10mm oval
Mouse: 6mm circle (actually an eye!)
For my Critters I used Loops & Threads Color Wheel in the following colors:
Grey Heather (koala)
Toast (cat, accents on monkey)
Dark Taupe (monkey, accents on cat)
Pale Taupe (mouse, accents on koala)
Charcoal (accents on fox)
*Each Critter requires approximately 32 yards of yarn depending on parts used.*
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This pattern may not be copied or reposted in any way. Items made from this pattern may be sold, but please credit Alicia Moore of Featherby & Friends for the design.
A note about gauge:
1. Make sure your stitches are tight enough that the stuffing does not show through. If it does, go down a hook size.
2. Finished Critter may be slightly smaller/larger than listed if your tension is tighter/looser. Just try to stay consistent so the pieces are the correct proportions.*
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- Custom orders may only be cancelled before work has started. All details must be confirmed (colors, outfits, etc) & payment received before work will start.
- Items must be delivered to me within 30 days of purchase for a refund. Item must be in original condition upon arrival. Buyer is responsible for return shipping costs.
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