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Copyright Notice All rights reserved. All patterns are for private use only and may not be reproduced in any form, or reproduced for commercial gain including selling any item knitted up from these patterns without written permission from Buttercup Miniatures. Reproducing or transmitting these patterns by any means for any purpose other than for personal use constitutes a violation of UK copyright law.
Although I am mainly a designer of miniature knitting and miniature crochet patterns for dolls house dolls and soft furnishings in 1:12th and 1:24th scale, I also design knitted clothing patterns for miniature teddy bears. Please note: any pattern marked 1:12th scale or 1:24th scale is designed for a dolls house
In addition to the scale miniatures I offer a range of patterns for human sized items, which are NOT scale miniatures for a dolls house!
Although all my crochet patterns use UK crochet terms, US crochet terms and their UK equivalents are listed in the abbreviations on all patterns. Some written patterns now have a choice offering versions with either US or UK terms Please see individual pattern notes for details
All miniature (1:12th and 1:24th scale) crochet patterns currently have written instructions rather than diagrams.
The UK penny coin shown on the pattern photos measures approx 2 cm/¾-inch across, a US one cent coin fits just inside a UK penny’s rim.
To make life easier for people searching through the patterns, I have grouped my patterns. Click on the photos below to bring up different groups of patterns: