0003 Crochet Pattern - Deep-water Angler Monkfish SAM - Pdf file by Alexandra Simba Etsy

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LANGUAGE
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Pattern is in ENGLISH language

SKILL LEVEL: Experienced
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TRY BEFORE YOU BUY
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Download pattern example HERE >> https://goo.gl/JJQbKR
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VIDEO HOW THE BULB WORKS
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https://youtu.be/Uh1hSDs6344
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FINISHED SIZE:
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Approx. 18*35 cm (7-13 inches) wide

SKILLS REQUIRED:
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Crochet in rounds
Single crochet
Increasing
Decreasing
Slip stitch

MATERIALS AND TOOLS
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- any smooth yarn which is not very stretchy. I use Vita Brilliant Print and Vita Brilliant (45% wool, 55% acrylic, 380 m/100 g). It is wonderful yarn with a rich color range. It feels like silk when touching. The main color I use is multicolor (2604) and green (4981). You will need about 1.5 skein of multicolor yarn and about half a skein of solid yarn.
- You will also need Cotton Embroidery floss or Iris yarn or any other cotton yarn to make eyes and teeth. I use Vita Pelican yarn (100% mercerized cotton, 330 m/50 g) of the white color (3951). However, you can make the eyes and the teeth with polymer clay.
- You will also need Cotton Embroidery floss or Iris yarn or any other cotton yarn to make the light bulb. I use Vita Pelican yarn (100% mercerized cotton; 330 m/50 g) of the following colors: yellow (3998), silver gray (3965) and black (3952). You will need just leftovers of this yarn.
- You can buy a light bulb on Aliexpress. I recommend ordering two light bulbs in case one is broken.
- Stuffing polyester.
- 1.0-1.5 mm copper wire - approx. 6 m. You can buy this wire in a craft shop, but I suggest buying it in an electronic goods store. There you can buy a 3*1.5 cord. Before buying the cord, make sure that the wire inside it is whole and does not consist of several thin wires. With a paper knife, remove the insulation. The cable inside consists of three copper wire cords, so having bought just a meter of cord you will have three meters of copper wire.
- White fabric plaster or insulation tape.
- Toy eyes or beads or semi beads to make eyes. You will need 2 items. The size of eyes is 12 mm, they can be bigger or smaller depending on the eye sockets.
- Transparent glue (if you want to glue the eyes on instead of sewing them on).
- Beads to adorn your fish. I use 10/0 beads Flame Dark Topaz by Preciosa (Czech Republic) and 6/0 beads Flame Turquoise by Preciosa (Czech Republic). You will also need nylon thread and a needle to sew the beads on.

TOOLS:
- 1.5 mm crochet hook. Attention: choose the size of the hooks according to the yarn you use or your manner to crochet.
- Wire cutter.
- Scissors
- Sewing needle.

ABOUT THIS PATTERN
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Pattern written using USA terminology

This pattern is easy to follow with step-by-step instructions (41 pages with detailed instructions, tips, photos illustrating the process)


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The pattern is so incredibly cute, I can’t wait to make it!
Apr 28, 2018 by Janelle Jensen
Apr 6, 2018 by Russell Low
I love your pattern, fantastic figures
Apr 6, 2018 by Monica Rosendal
Beautiful and original pattern. Very well described with many photos
Apr 2, 2018 by Monique