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Crochet pattern otter. Cute plush otter will be the best friend for your baby. This is a crochet pattern PDF! NOT THE FINISHED TOY! Pattern is written in standard US terms. This tutorial contains a detailed pattern of crochet Otter. When using such materials size: approximately 7.8 inches in height. ". -Yarn: plush Himalaya Dolphin Baby or analogues (100% Polyester, 100g/120mt or 3,53 oz/131yrds) color milky № 80308 – about 0,5 skeins ; color beige №80317 -about 0,3 skeins -Yarn: NAKO Bebe 100 or analogues (100% Premium Akrilik, 100g/300mt color 11218 - brown, a little bit (for a paws) - Hook : 4,0 mm (for crochet toys) - Hook: 2,0- 2,5 mm (for crochet paws); - 2 eye beads 9 mm black ; - plastik nose 14 mm black оr brown; You can crochet a toy from any yarn, only you will need to choose the size of hook. Skill level: Intermediate. Required skills: It's about one step up from a beginner's pattern, using single crochet, increase, decrease, and half double crochet stitches. The pattern in PDF format includes: - recommendations on the selection of materials and tools -very detailed crochet pattern on 17 pages - 44 photo process - my help if necessary. This pattern is for personal use, please do not duplicate . You are not allowed to translate, sell or distribute this pattern without my permission. But feel free to sell your finished Otters. I would love to see your finished toy as well. And due to the digital nature of the pattern, it is completely not refundable. Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions. Thanks!
(S)Edition is an installation of 99 books made to look like common Amanita Muscaria mushrooms by Chicago artist Melissa Jay Craig. The installation has been shown in a various configurations the last few years, and only once in its entirety at the Morgan Conservatory in Cleveland, Ohio back in 2010. From her statement about the installation: Fungus is an agent of change. I’m fascinated with its myriad forms, and I love to go in search of it. More