Axolotl Mexican Salamander Amigurumi Pattern +Tutorial
This is an adorable Axolotl pattern! Axolotl are a species of Mexican Salamander that is very popular in the pet trade, these little creatures are critically endangered in the wild. They come in colors ranging from green brown and yellow to albino like the model here. They have primitive gills that they use to breathe!
This pattern is suitable for advanced beginners. You will need basic crocheting in the round skills. There are detailed assembly photos and tutorials to make sure your axolotl comes out perfect! There is even a tutorial to wire the legs so that he is pose-able.
Your Axolotl will end up life size at around 9"!
You will need worsted weight yarn, eyelash yarn, 3.75mm crochet hook, 6mm safety eyes, wire (optional), Fiber Fill or Other Stuffing, wire cutters.
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*Illustrated Crochet Pattern *US Crochet Terms *Measured in Inches *Suitable for Advanced Beginner *9" Project *Amigurumi
Materials you need at home:
*Worsted Weight Yarn *Eyelash Yarn *3.75mm Crochet Hook *6mm Safety Eyes *Wire (Optional) *Tapestry Needle *Scissors *Fiber Fill (Or Other Stuffing *Wire Cutters
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