PDF Crochet Pattern PUDGY NUTCRACKER (English only)

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Here is a little Nutcracker man to add to my Pudgy collection. He is made with acrylic yarn in mostly amigurumi style. He stands 13" tall to the tip of his crown and is done almost entirely in single crochet. I've included many photos to help you along the way and will provide help if needed with the instructions. You may either email me directly or contact my through Etsy Convo.

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All my patterns are written in English.

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    Average review
    Thanks for that pattern. It was easy to follow. 😃
    Jan 21, 2017 by Ghislaine Poirier
    I think that this is a good-looking nutcracker.
    Sep 21, 2016 by AcrylicPixie
    Complex project with many parts but several errors/inconsistencies in the pattern. Relied on other users on ravelry to finish.
    Jan 26, 2016 by Peihan
    Was very easy to make. My customer loved it
    Dec 31, 2015 by Phyllis Bundrum
    Love the paattern. Nutcracker is almost complete.
    Dec 1, 2015 by lil0ladehoo

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