PDF Crochet Pattern TINY MOUSE in Walnut Shell (English only)

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I decided to make another tiny creature, just for fun. The walnut shell is 2 1/2" long and 2" wide.
The tiny mouse is 1 3/4" tall. He has a colorful blanket, a pillow and a little piece of yellow cheese. The set is done entirely in acrylic yarn in various plys and both amigurumi and regular crochet. You have the option of making two walnut shells, if you wish to close him in.

My instructions contain many photos to help you along the way and I will gladly provide help with the pattern, if needed. Just Etsy convo me or contact me directly through email.

The pattern can be downloaded instrantly.

Thank you so much for visiting my store. I hope you had fun and that you come again soon, as I am always adding more items.

Average review
Very cute and easy to work up!
May 3, 2018 by Elyshea Snell
❤️ LOVE this pattern! This is my progress so far...can't wait to finish. You directions are superb!
Jan 16, 2018 by Irene Sweet
Nov 15, 2017 by janet harrhy
It is so cute. My yarn arrived yesterday so I'm off and running,
May 16, 2017 by Carol Jensen
Aug 15, 2016 by Nadia Muqaddam

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