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Juggling fish part one
Juggling fish part one
Pattern By
Claire Garland
Needles & Crochet hook size
- Double Point: US 3 - 3.25 mm
- Crochet Hook: 3mm/ size C
Yarn Weight
- Sport
YARN small amount sport weight yarn - about 15 metres - I used Scheepjes Catona, crochet cotton or similar for the edging - I used Rico Essentials Crochet NEEDLES Pair 3.25mm/ size 3 knitting needles optional (see ◊ ◊ in the pattern) - 3mm/ size C crochet hook for the edging EXTRAS scrap of fabric - same size as the finished fish; filling - plastic pellets or dried peas/ lentils; eyelets and eyelet maker or buttons for eyes
Finished size
16cm/ 61/4in long
A fishy #freebeefridayknits for you… Fishy, aside from its content, because it’s given to you on a Tuesday… plus FREE for the whole week I thought these juggling fish - filled with dried beans or lentils - would make a good “I’m-bored-what-can-I-do-today?”-“Why-not-learn-to-juggle!” kind of start of their holiday make! Or tiny ones would would make really sweet little brooches - just thought of that as I’m typing - might give it a go! Each garter stitch fish is knitted flat - and takes just over an hour - there is a little hand made beanbag to make - if you want them for beanbags? - but’s that’s a cinch! - plus - I’ve used rivets for their eyes but button would also work well - or even fishy looking toy eyes?! P.S Every Friday please feel free to drop in to my Instagram feed @dotpebbles for #fridayfreebeeknits - patterns from old and new free for a day! For more information, see: ❤️#freebeefridayknits @dotpebbles on INSTAGRAM - FOLLOW THE FEED SO THAT YOU DON’T MISS OUT EVER! O❤️ X For more information, see:
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