Tara the Turtle by Charlyn Smith

Tara the Turtle

Crochet
September 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 10 rows = 2 inches
in sc
4.0 mm (G)
50 - 100 yards (46 - 91 m)
US
Flag of English English
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Tara the turtle is a highly versatile amigurumi crochet pattern. Make her with a textured bottom as a bath scrubby, or choose to make with a smooth base as an adorable amigurumi, perfect for topping a lovey sized blanket.

• This pattern is written in English using US terminology
• Easy to Intermediate Skill level required.
• Pattern Includes pictures to help you complete with ease.
• This pattern is both worked in the round and in rows and has some seaming and special stitches.
• Pattern uses worsted weight 4 yarn and a 4mm hook for the scubby and lovey size, however several yarn and hook size pairings are included to help you resize if desires. Pattern also includes edits needed to complete in super bulky yarns for a large huggable size ami!
• In addition to yarn and hook, you will need stuffing for your choice of project (bath poof & tulle for scrubby, fiber fill for all others), a stitch marker for keeping track of stitches, scissors and a yarn needle.
• Pattern includes instructions for both the textured base (for bath scrubbies) as well as a solid smooth base option for a traditional amigurumi. Bonus lovey sized square blanket is also included!

All of my crochet patterns go through testing and error checks prior to release and come with full follow up support. If you ever find yourself in need of assistance, or simply have any questions or comments please do not hesitate to reach out. While I do my best to respond within 24 hours (or sooner), please allow up to 48 hours for a reply (especially over holidays and weekends)

You are welcome to sell any items made from this pattern.

This pattern itself, any photos, and text in whole or in parts is ©The Cheerful Chameleon & © Charlyn Smith, and not to be reproduced, redistributed, or displayed publicly in any way.

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