Thursday, October 6, 2016

Corgi Blankie Buddies (Pembroke and Cardigan)

Introducing the long-awaited and much-requested Corgi Blankie Buddy Corgi Blankie Buddies! Not 1 but 2 breeds in 1! You can make the larger-size Cardigan Welsh Corgi with his full tail and rounded ears OR the smaller Pembroke Welsh Corgi with her pointy ears and nubbin of a tail. Both feature a lovely stitch to the blanket, ruffled chest, and a very easy-to-make smiling face! This pattern also includes color suggestions for both breeds AND tips along the way to give your Cardigan tan points!



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Crochet Terms: American 
Language: English 
Finished Size: 26 inches tall / 30 inches tall
Skill Level: Intermediate 
In-Line Color Changes: Yes 
Shaping: Average
Sewing: Average
Number of Pages: 14 
Number of Images: 34
Other: Color Suggestion chart for standard breed colors; tips to add tan points to the Cardi



Materials:
Cardigan
#4 Medium Weight Yarn in:
(MC) – Main Color - 270Yards
(W) – White - 180Yards
Small amounts of black, pink, iris color and inner ear color
A few yards of Tan for optional tan points
Crochet hooks in:
G/6 4.00mm
I/9 5.5mm
Stitch Marker
Long Straight Pins
Stuffing

Pembroke
#4 Medium Weight Yarn in:
(MC) – Main Color - 250Yards
(W) – White - 150Yards
Small amounts of black, pink, iris color and inner ear color
Crochet hooks in:
F/5 3.75mm
H/8 5.00mm
Stitch Marker
Long Straight Pins

Stuffing

Stitches Used
Ch – chain
Sc – single crochet
Sc2tog – single crochet 2 together
Sc4tog – single crochet 4 together
Sk – skip
RS/WS – right side/wrong side
FO – fasten off
MR – Magic Ring or Circle
Slst – slip stitch
Hdc – half double crochet
Hdc2tog – half double crochet 2 together
Dc – double crochet
Dc5tog – double crochet 5 together
Lsc – long single crochet – sc into 1 row below
BLO – back loop only
Tr  - treble stitch
Pic – picot – ch3, slst in 2nd ch from hook




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