Crochet pattern Pip

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Crochet pattern Pip

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Not everyone will know who Pip is.
Pip is known by the Dutch book series and animated series Woezel & Pip (or Woozle & Pip).
In the Netherlands Pip and her best friend Woezel are very popular among children.

I’ve made this plush for a colleague of my boyfriend.
She wanted to give her pregnant sister a crocheted gift.
Thanks to the balloon Pip can float around in the children’s bedroom 😉

It takes about 7 hours to make this amigurumi.
Pip is 13 cm tall and the balloon is 14 cm tall.

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Description

  • Materials
  • Crochet needle (2,5 mm)
  • Light yellow yarn (for instance SMC Catania – 100)
  • Dark yellow yarn (for instance Phildar Phil Coton 3 – Soleil 45)
  • Black yarn (for instance Phildar Phil Coton 3 – Noir 67)
  • Light blue yarn (for instance Phildar Phil Coton 3 – Jade 58)
  • Dark blue yarn (for instance Lana Grossa Cotone – 10)
  • Fiber fill
  • Black felt
  • US Abbreviations
  • RND = round
  • sc = single crochet
  • sl.st = slipstitch
  • dec = decrease

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Additional information

Yarn color

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Language

Haakpatroon, Häkelanleitung, Hæklemønster, Patrón, Patron au crochet

1 review for Crochet pattern Pip

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    tiffany.medina89 (verified owner)

    This is a great pattern to work with. The instructions were clear. I can’t wait to finish it and make a keychain out of it.

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Guest
Sara
1 year 9 months ago

Hi, can i have pattern? Thanks

Member
Sabrina Somers
1 year 9 months ago

Hi! To get the pattern you have to add it to cart and go to checkout.

Customer
Bine Leitner
1 year 7 months ago

Hi Sabrina,
i tried the german pattern. I´d like to tell you that there is no mistake, it is very simple to work out
Great job