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Horse White Dream Crochet Pattern Amigurumi toy Svetlana Pertseva

Horse White Dream Crochet Pattern Amigurumi toy

Svetlana Pertseva

Published June 1st 2014
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Kindle Edition
45 pages
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LANGUAGE: English--------------------------------------SKILL LEVEL: Experienced--------------------------------------FINISHED SIZE: approx. 20 cm (8 inches) high--------------------------------------SKILLS REQUIRED:MoreLANGUAGE: English--------------------------------------SKILL LEVEL: Experienced--------------------------------------FINISHED SIZE: approx. 20 cm (8 inches) high--------------------------------------SKILLS REQUIRED:--------------------------------------Magic ringCrochet in roundsSingle crochetIncreasingDecreasingSlip stitchDouble crochetMATERIALS AND TOOLS--------------------------------------• Yarn for the body - 25 g of Lace/2 ply (wool or high quality thin acrylic yarn: approx. 870 yards (800 meters) per 100 g skein).I used ‘Lidiya’ from Semenovskaya factory 1600 m per 100 g skein (crochet in 2 strands). If you take thicker yarn the weight and size of the horse will grow so you may need stronger wire.• Yarn for the mane and the tail. I used ‘footwear capron’ (you can buy it on spools). You can also use any yarn or materials you like (viscose, silk, capron ropes, etc.). You can find white capron at a fishing shop.• Steel hook 1.00 mm (US steel hook – 12, UK steel hook - 6 1/2).(or any size matching the yarn).• 120-150 cm (47-60 inches) of wire for the frame (amount depends on the size of the horse). If the wire is steel (preferably) its diameter should be 0.8-0.9 mm, if it’s copper – 1.2-1.4 mm. The wire should be quite hard and keep the shape well.TIP: You can use steel wire from an old wall calendar (if you have one). Don’t forget to straighten it first.• Two black beads (2-3 mm diameter) for eyes (you may also use “Position eyes” or safety eyes).• Some white wool for felting the eyelids (you can use white mohair yarn).• Needle for felting (thickness, approx. #36).• Tapestry needle for tightening.• Stuffing. It is better to use hollow fibre.• Piece of plastic for hooves or 4 round and flat buttons or coins.• Plaster - adhesive-backed fabric tape 1-1.5 cm wide to work up the wire (the tape you use to cover wounds (first aid)).• Sewing thread of matching colors for tightening.• Sewing needle.• Clear glue for mane (optional).• Eye shadows or pencils for tinting.ABOUT THIS PATTERN--------------------------------------Pattern written using USA terminologyThis pattern is easy to follow with step-by-step instructions (pages with detailed instructions, tips, photos illustrating the process)MAY I SELL FINISHED PROJECTS?--------------------------------------Yes, You may sell Items made using this pattern (please read simple terms in the pattern)