Amigurumi dragon by Kristi Tullus
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Amigurumi dragon

Crochet
May 2013
DK (11 wpi) ?
2.75 mm (C)
262 - 284 yards (240 - 260 m)
This pattern is available for €4.50 EUR
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Who wouldn’t love to have their own personal dragon? I know I would - a rainbow colored one, who knows all kinds of awesome magic spells and can blow soap bubbles from his nose! You can use this crochet pattern to make as many dragons as you like, in any possible color combination. They are big enough to really cuddle and are great at bringing sweet dreams at nap time.

Pattern is written in English, using US crochet terminology. I included detailed instructions, many step-by-step photos and useful tips and tricks.

SIZE
35 cm (14”) total length, 20 cm (8”) when sitting, with DK weight cotton and bamboo blend and a 2,50 mm crochet hook.

DIFFICULTY
2. Beginner - suitable for novice crocheters, but requires patience and precision when assembling the dragon

SKILLS REQUIRED
• Crocheting in round
• Single crochet stitch
• Increasing and decreasing

In this tutorial I will explain starting a piece with magic ring (adjustable loop), finishing a piece, joining pieces, knotting and hiding yarn tails.

MATERIALS
For a little preview and materials list, take a look at the first three pages - http://engsidrun.spire.ee/blogs/media/blogs/a/patterns/EN...

Copyright © 2013 TÜ Spire.
You may NOT sell, redistribute, alter or publish this pattern or parts of this pattern. You MAY sell finished products made with this pattern, provided you credit me (KristiTullus, http://sidrun.spire.ee) as the designer.


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