071 Bramblehog the Alien amigurumi by LittleOwlsHut

071 Bramblehog the Alien amigurumi

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Light Fingering ?
1.0 mm
547 - 656 yards (500 - 600 m)
Finished size approx. 20 cm (7.8 inches) tall, 30 cm (11.9 inches) long using the yarn and crochet hook stated in the pattern.
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SKILL LEVEL: Experienced

FINISHED SIZE: Approx. 20 cm (7.8 inches) tall, 30 cm (11.9 inches) long using the yarn and crochet hook stated in the pattern.

Knitting (P, K) - for vest
Crochet in rounds
Single crochet
Slip stitch
Double crochet
Basic sewing (assembly)

• Purple (main) color yarn for the main parts. I used Light Fingering/3 ply. 50% Alpaca, 50% Nylon (Polyamide), 50g/275m) – 3 skeins.
• Pink color yarn for the lower eyelids (of the same weight as the yarn for the main parts) – small amount.
• White yarn for the eyes and claws (of the same weight as the yarn for the main parts) – small amount.
• Tip: You can use any yarn that is suitable for the crochet hook 0.8-1.5 mm. I used the yarn approximately 50g/275m. If you use thicker yarn, the height of the toy will increase sufficiently. Make sure purple, pink and white yarn is of the same weight.
• Any eyelash yarn for the vest matching the color of the main yarn - 100 g. I used “Swan’s Down” by Nazar (100% Nylon (Polyamide), 100g/170m).
• Steel crochet hook. I used 1 mm (UK 6 ½, US 12) crochet hook for the yarn mentioned above.
• A pair of knitting needles 3.5 mm for the vest.
• Any stuffing.
• A pair of ready-made eyes.
• Sewing thread of matching colors for sewing small pieces.
• Tapestry needle for tightening and sewing needle.
• Wooden stick for stuffing hard-to-get places.
Tip: If you don’t have special sticks for stuffing, it is very convenient to stuff hard-to-get-to places using wooden sticks, toothpicks (if opening is very small), or brushes of different thickness with wooden handles.
• Four feathers matching the color of the body.
• White plastic matte beads for the teeth – about 40 (quantity depends on the size of the jaw).
• A pair of plastic fangs (you can make them using polymer clay (instructions are not given in the pattern) or crochet them instead (visit this page for crochet instructions http://goo.gl/2ezsc2)
• Strong thread for tightening.
• PVC single core copper electrical wire approximately 150 cm (59 inches) long 3 mm in diameter. Use only copper wire for the frame as copper can better stand bending compared to aluminum. You can buy it at electric supplies stores.

• Plaster - adhesive-backed fabric tape 1 cm wide to work up the wire (the one you use to cover wounds).

Pattern written using USA terminology

This pattern is easy to follow with step-by-step instructions (21 pages with detailed instructions, tips, photos illustrating the process)

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