- English pattern
- crochet pattern
- amigurumi pattern
- us terms
- Photo tutorial Pattern
Materials you need at home:
- crochet hook
- Fiberfill for stuffing
Mang-tae is a nightmare eater, if you sleep with it in your hands, it collects your nightmares in its basket and eats it up overnight. Then you’ll be able to sleep comfortably. Based on the hit k-drama “It's Okay to Not Be Okay”
The perfect gift for kids and toddlers, easy and fast to make.
Finished size: is about 20 cm\ 8’’ tall.
-13 pages of Digital PDF File with more than 40 photos. including all needed techniques (changing color and special stitch)
- Available in English (US terms)
-level: Advanced beginners , This is a simple and detailed pattern
-Basic pattern reading skills needed (knowledge of sc, dec, inc)
-Materials: Yarn: Worstedweight
Hook: 3.00 mm (or in accordance with the yarn you use)
Fiberfill for stuffing,Tapestry needle,scissors, measurement tape
-To make this toy it isn’t necessary to use the recommended yarn and crochet hook. Using a larger crochet hook, and a suitable yarn, the toy will be larger preserving the same proportions
-Please DO NOT sell or share this pattern as your own, DO NOT distribute it by anyhow, you may make items to sell with this pattern. Do NOT use my photos as your own sales photos.
-I’d love to see your Toy Share your pics on Instagram using the tag #CrochetMangTae & #CrochetWithNada @crochet.by.nada
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