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Duck Amigurumi PDF

$1.99

Description

This is the PDF Version to the Duck Amigurumi PDF crochet pattern.
With this purchase you get a photo heavy PDF (8 pages).

This PDF has a detailed “Preface” page that includes table of contents, stitch abbreviations, stitches used, useful information about the pattern, and all supplies you will need for the pattern. The pattern pages are laid out very cleanly and in order of the pieces you will be making. It’s perfect for printing out and placing in your binder.

How to download the pattern: This PDF is downloadable immediately after payment. After payment you will be redirected to a download page. Example below of that page. On that page, click the pink button (I circled it in red) as shown.

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J.M.
Excellent.

Easy to follow, clear and well laid out. Many thanks.

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Lois Amon

Your pattern was easy to follow and turned out great! I am going to make more. Thank you.

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Kati
Adorable pattern easy and quick

Love stringydingding patterns! Clear instructions and easy to follow. I made slight variations to beak and headpiece for the cardinal. Can’t wait to complete this set with a mallard and troupial. Thank you!!

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Mona Green
Great Pattern Easy to Do even for a beginner!

I am crocheting ducks to hide on cruise ships. Not sure if you have ever heard of Cruising Ducks? Anyway most people hide rubber ducks. I thought I can crochet a little, so why not find an easy pattern. This one is that! Very easy, I made 10 ducks in one day!

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Carolyn Trimble
Rubber Ducky, you're the one!

Olive, this is a wonderful little pattern. I really enjoyed working it up. I used Schjeepes Catona and a 2.75mm hook. I'm going to use this duck pattern again and with several strategic color changes, it will look like a mallard rubber duck. Thank you! Best regards, Carolyn

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Elise Mann
Just wonderful.

Love this pattern. So easy, and so charming. So far I've made a mallard-type duck, a flamingo and I slightly adapted to make an ibis because I needed an I for my ami-alphabet! Just added a long beak and black tips to the wings.

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Melanie Nelson
Love this pattern

Well written and easy to follow. I don’t think my first attempt does the pattern justice but I enjoyed the journey.

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Kathy F
Cutest pattern ever!

I was looking for a bird pattern, and this one is perfect! I had so much fun making four different variations in one sitting. Fast with easy to follow directions.