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Crafty Intentions CROCHET PATTERN Eyeball Monster (printable PDF-file / 44 pages)

This pattern was inspired by “Cthulhu Babies Amigurumi Keychain“, and published with the permission of Terrie Ijams.

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Developed by Megan Lapp aka Crafty Intentions, this pattern is for an Eyeball Monster! This pattern is written in U.S. terminology.

These mischievous minions are watchful and sneaky. They love to hide your keys, and they mainly subside on pocket lint. The gauge is not crucial to the pattern as long as the stitches are tight enough to hold stuffing. There are an almost endless way to make these little monsters, and they work up super quick! With this pattern you can make a Smooth, Warty, or Tentacle Bodied Eyeball Monster. You can include Arms, Wings, and/or Horns. You can make the Tentacles Long or short, and the bodies also come in a several sizes. You can use this pattern with 20mm Colored Iris safety eyes or 16 mm Black safety eyes and use Yarn to create the Iris (as per the instructions). You can also create a smooth or warty eyelid. Create your own custom Eyeball Monster! And why stop at one when you can easily make a dozen!

Bonus: Buy Clear Safety eyes and experiment with painting them yourself for an even MORE custom look!

This pattern is a total of 44 pages containing a full set of written instructions with photographic illustrations. The last 14 pages of the PDF are a full set of printer-friendly, text-only instructions, but I strongly recommend you still refer to the photographic illustrations throughout the pattern if you have any questions.

This pattern is available in English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, and Dutch.

Ce patron est maintenant disponible en français !

Dieses Pattern ist jetzt auch auf Deutsch verfügbar!

¡Este patrón ya está disponible en español!

Dit patroon is verkrijgbaar in de Nederlandse taal.

Questo modello è disponibile in italiano.

If you require the Italian version, you will need to message me and I will send it to you as an email attachment.

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A Eyeball Monster from this pattern is anyway from about 2 Inches tall & wide to 7 Inches tall & wide depending on what custom options you choose as you follow the pattern.

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Total Yarn approximately between 100 and 500 yards for all parts - Monsters vary greatly in yarn use depending on the custom options you choose.

One single safety eye, for worsted weight recommended 20 mm size with color/clear Iris or 16mm in black

Polyfil Stuffing

G (4.25/4.5mm) hook

Optional: Two Standard Sized Glass gems for the bottom of feet, if you make one with feet.

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• suitable for beginner skill level or above

• pattern contains clearly explained instructions for each round

• many step-by-step photos

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**This pattern has been tested!**

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© 2018 Megan Lapp, Crafty Intentions™. All rights reserved. This pattern is FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. The pattern (or parts of it) may not be reproduced, distributed or resold, translated, published, altered, shared or posted (for sale or free) over the internet or offline. You can sell items made from this pattern, provided they are handmade by yourself in a limited number and you give credit to the designer. Please add the following lines to your item description and any item you are selling: “This item is handmade by (your name) from a design and pattern by Megan Lapp, Crafty Intentions™”.

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