Cammie the Pygmy Seahorse~Second of Things Yellow by Kelly Lynn Smith

Cammie the Pygmy Seahorse~Second of Things Yellow

October 2011
Fiber Charmer Valhalla (Lemon)
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
3.5 mm (E)
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This pattern is available from for $5.99.

At 4 ¾” Cammie is bigger than her real counterpart who is no larger than 2.4 cm. H. bargibanti was discovered in 1969 having hitched a ride on a gorgonian. Typical of this species, Cammie has yellow coloration (colors also range to a coral/pink) along with a short, bulbous snout and is covered in knobby tubercles. She is clinging to a bit of seafan with the same type of tubercles where she remains camouflaged.

She has inset glass eyes with an embroidered eyesocket. The body is embellished with lemon jade beads. Due to small parts, this design is best for adult collectors or display only.

Also included are Print N’ Go (text only) directions. Great to take in your purse for working on the run! As with all of my patterns, purchasers are welcomed and encouraged to sell finished items.

This design requires a basic understanding of crochet techniques such as increasing/decreasing, adding on yarn, and ability to make basic crochet stitches. No warranty is implied and no liability is assumed. Results may vary according to tension and skill level. The pattern may not be resold or distributed in ANY form and remains the sole property and copyright 2011 Kelly Lynn Smith DBA Angelsun. Finished seahorses may be sold. Credit and Links appreciated.

The pattern for her friend Cubicus the Boxfish (First of Things Yellow) is available separately.