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Potato Crochet Pattern

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    • illustrated with colour photos
    • make the size and colour of your choice
    • matching patterns available
    • UK and US versions
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    Pattern for two, realistically irregular potatoes.

    These potatoes are part of my range of fruit and vegetables (third picture). I have designed them to be as natural as possible – no symmetrical vegetables here!

    I have included two patterns, for added variation if you are making several.

    These make great toys for a play kitchen or veg garden - us the same pattern to make beach pebbles, or boulders for a child's building site.

    Please see my other matching fruit and vegetable crochet patterns (third picture).

    The pattern includes detailed notes on yarn and stuffing choices. It is written in both UK and US crochet terminology. Both files will be available for you on purchase and you can choose whichever you prefer to use.

    All my patterns come with my full support - just e-mail me if you have any questions.

    Important features of my crochet patterns: My crochet patterns include both a detailed 'tutorial-style' set of instructions with colour photos, and a succinct unillustrated pattern using standard crochet conventions - the best of both worlds!

    Once purchased, this pattern remains the copyright of Little Conkers. You may not reproduce all or any part of this pattern. Please do not sell items made from this pattern, without express prior permission (which is usually granted) and credit.

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    Materials you need at home:

    For one potato approximately 9cm or 3½” long you will need double-knitting (DK, light worsted weight, Category 3) yarn in approximately the following quantities:

    • main colour: 25m (27 yds)
    • accent colour: 1-2m (2 yds)

    You will also need:

    • a 3.5mm (E-4) crochet hook
    • stuffing material
    • a yarn needle
    • scissors

    You can easily work larger or smaller vegetables by using heavier or lighter yarn and varying your hook accordingly.