Welcome to the Tiny Christmas Dinner Party! These tiny guests are dressed up in their fanciest fancy-dress costumes for the occasion.
This pattern contains directions for 4 different characters: two badgers, a bear and a fox. For the party they’re dressed up as a reindeer, a snowman, a grand elf and Santa!
The hats and hoods fit all three types of animals’ heads so you can mix and match their outfits. Use different colours to make animals dressed in regular winter wear instead of having a Christmas theme.
Jessie Van In
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Important Info About this Pattern
TIP: Tie a loop to the animals’ heads to hang them as Christmas decorations.
Yarn: These critters are designed with 4 ply acrylic yarn (which is equivalent to yarn weight 2, fingering or 14wpi). This pattern is a stash buster and requires very small amounts of each colour.
Skill Level: Advanced
If you have some previous experience with amigurumi and you’re looking for a challenge, this project is for you! If you’re new to amigurumi, consider practising with my free patterns (Orbit the Dragon or Hubble the Squid) first! Although it is rated advanced, this pattern contains photos to guide you through, plus extra tips and a bonus section that will teach you the extra skills needed. The pattern has been thoroughly tested by the team at Hooked on Sunshine. If you happen to get stuck, you can ask for help from our massive support group on Facebook.
Terminology: US terminology with metric and imperial sizes.
Delivery method: Instant digital download in PDF format. English only.
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