Ghost Bat Amigurumi Crochet Pattern + Tutorial - Beginner to Intermediate
The adorable Honduran Ghost Bat is very endangered. I love making creatures that non one has seen before so I created this tiny ghost bat! These little creatures are most endangered because of deforestation. This pattern is all very beginning crochet needs but is listed as intermediate as well because some of the assembly can be a little tough. This is not recommended for small children as the pattern requires wire so that the bat can be hung. If you make the bat with no wire it is kid safe but is not pose-able. This pattern is HIGHLY detailed with dozens of explanatory photos.
This pattern has a wing span of about 14", the body is roughly 4-5" long. All patterns are scale-able meaning that they can be made with any size yarn and corresponding hook and the proportions will be correct (you will just need to enlarge the wing template).
You will need, worsted weight yarn, eyelash yarn, 10mm safety eyes, 20g wire, wire cutters, scissors, needle and thread, fiber fill, a sheet of felt fabric, tapestry needle 3.5mm crochet hook.
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*Illustrated Crochet Pattern *Photo Tutorial *US Crochet Terms *14" Wingspan *Amigurumi *Measured in Inches
Materials you need at home:
*Worsted Weight Yarn (White, & Rose Pink) *3.5mm Crochet Hook *Eyelash Yarn (White) *10mm Black Safety Eyes *Tapestry Needle *Fiberfill or Other Stuffing *Needle and Thread (Pink Embroidery Floss) *20g Wire *Wire Cutters *Scissors *Sheets of Felt (White or Beige)
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