Crochet Amigurumi Crocodile PATTERN - Toy PDF Tutorial - Instant Download - Printable - In English

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Crochet Amigurumi Crocodile Pattern - Toy PDF Tutorial - Instant Download - Printable - In English
In English!
Pattern comes with 32 step by step photos.

This Amigurumi Crochet Crocodile is not hard to make if you know all the basic crochet terms:
Crocheting in the round,
forming a magic ring,
single crochet stitch (sc),
single crochet increase (Inc),
single crochet invisible decrease (Invdec),
slip stitch (sl st),
and joining pieces together.

Crochet hook: 2mm
YARN: Camilla Madame Tricote yarn, 2mm crocet hook, Fingering / 4 ply, Meterage 134 yards (123 meters) Unit weight 50 grams (1.76 ounces), 1 ball
bigger crocodile: YARN: Katia Bamboo, DK / 8 ply, Meterage 109 yards (100 meters)
Unit weight 50 grams (1.76 ounces), amount: 1 ball

PS! You can use bigger hook size and a different yarn, design won´t change, your Crochet Crocodile will be bigger. Just take the yarn and hook you like and get started!

Pattern By HAPPYAMIGURUMI © (2012)
You are not allowed to sell this pattern. You are not allowed to distribute or publish this pattern in any form. You may sell finished products made with this pattern, provided you credit me as the designer -

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Average review
Lovely pattern! Very nice and pleasant looking instructions with lots of pictures. However it would be nice and very helpful for a crochet beginner if the pattern would be clearer in explaining which side of the item is up and which is down, as you go along. Unfortunately I found it very difficult to seen which was which until I'd reached the very end. I actually attached my eyes on the underside by mistake! Luckily I couldn't get safety eyes in my country, so it was crocheted eyes I could easily cut off and remake. F.x you could note on the row no.x that the increases you're doing now is going to be the hump on the back, so you know where you are. Especially if you've lost your stitch marker, you're completely screwed and have to unpick alot of stiches till you reach a clearly identifiable number of increases/decreases.
Dec 19, 2014 by Natashasworkshop
Great pattern! Thank you! ?????
Jul 29, 2014 by bznpm
Good pattern made for my grandson
Mar 23, 2014 by Susan Crandall
Bought it for a friend, she loved it!
Oct 13, 2013 by Ayla Stein
Aug 18, 2013 by A fellow maker

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