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Giant Amigurumi: Stewart the Lion

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Ida Herter's Ravelry Store
Crochet
April 2013
Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi) ?
5.5 mm (I)
3.75 mm (F)
3640 yards (3328 m)
36 inches standing from head to toe.
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This is a pattern for a GIANT amigurumi lion. To show the size, the second picture shows Stewart with a gallon of milk.

Stewart is a friendly lion who loves to stalk through the tall grass of the African Savannah. Despite is gigantic size, he is much less ferocious than his lion counterparts.

Notes:
This pattern is written in the English language using American terms. The pattern follows the Craft Yarn Council of America’s standards and guidelines for crochet patterns.

Included are pictures and detailed instructions of the embroidery and assembly.

Copyright Information:
You are not allowed to sell or distribute this pattern, any part of this pattern, or the photographs in any form. This pattern is protected under the copyright laws.

You do however have permission to sell your finished items that you make from this pattern! I do ask that if you sell your finished items to please give credit to me, Ida Herter, as the designer. If you choose to sell your finished items online, please include a link to my online shop.

Materials:
You will need 4 different colors of worsted weight yarn, and 1 color for embroidery.

The pattern is written so that you use two strands of worsted weight yarn, however you can make a smaller (still huge!) lion by using one strand of worsted weight yarn and a smaller hook size.

Size I/9/5.5mm crochet hook
Size F/5/3.75mm crochet hook
Yarn needle
Stitch marker
18 mm brown shank eyes: 2
2 or more lbs. of fiberfill

Difficulty:
Intermediate

Stitches Used:
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
sc2tog = single crochet two together (single crochet decrease)
sl st = slip stitch
lg p = large picot (explained in pattern)

Happy crocheting!