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My nephew's 1st birthday party was on Saturday and Sister had a nautical ocean theme. Naturally I had to make something to use, so I found patterns for a couple amigurumi and we set those around the table. I was really happy with them, so I thought I'd share.  :)

 

Sea Turtle 

Red Heart yarn (no labels in the stash so I don't know what colors exactly) 

Pattern here (in Spanish)

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Octopus 

Red Heart (no label)

Pattern here 

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Little Fishy

Red Heart (no label) 

Pattern here by C'ville's champygirl

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Starfish

Bernat Waverly (no labels) 

Pattern here

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And a couple action shots. Peanut was thrilled! Lol

 

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AWWW How cute!!! The plushies and peanut!!

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Oh so cute- Peanut and his new sea critters!! I love the starfish:)

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Sea Turtle how did you understand how to make it? I would love to make one except i dont read spanish and don't see where there is a translater.

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Oh how adorable both the plushies and peanut.  He looks like he really loves them.

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On the sea turtle... I took 7 years of Spanish between high school and college so I understood the basics of what the pattern said and the couple words I didn't know, I had to look up. I tried the translate button too but I guess the pattern is actually posted as an image on the blog so that part didn't translate. I'll try contacting the designer this evening and maybe he'll let me translate it to English and either he can post it or he'll let me do it for you. I hate to just do it and send it around without asking.

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On the sea turtle... I took 7 years of Spanish between high school and college so I understood the basics of what the pattern said and the couple words I didn't know, I had to look up. I tried the translate button too but I guess the pattern is actually posted as an image on the blog so that part didn't translate. I'll try contacting the designer this evening and maybe he'll let me translate it to English and either he can post it or he'll let me do it for you. I hate to just do it and send it around without asking.

Wonderful! I totally understand. I'll be patient and wait for your reply. I know no spanish. I think it's cool to know different languages.

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Cute Peanut.  You did a great job on all the critters especially the sea turtle

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Adorable!

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oh,  ilove the sea critters, how adorable, apparently so does that little peanut,he is totally thrilled!!  nice job,very nice!!

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Thanks, ladies! 

 

Wonderful! I totally understand. I'll be patient and wait for your reply. I know no spanish. I think it's cool to know different languages.

 

I'm definitely not fluent, although I wish I was. It's one of those things that if you don't use it on a regular basis, you start to lose it. I wrote an email to the designer and we'll see what happens. Fingers crossed! I sent it in Spanish and hopefully it was understandable... I apologized for my poor language skills! Lol! 

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Very cute!! And Peanut looks thrilled!!! 

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Looks great :O) the real test was the baby playing with them :O) Super HIT!!!!

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Those are adorable! :D I started trying to teach myself Spanish and we even had Hispanic neighbors across the street in our old neighborhood, but I was too embarrassed to try to talk with them except in English!

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I am the same way!! I feel like I'm going to offend them by being the white girl trying to speak their language. I guess it's silly but that's just how I always feel when I get the urge. I did use it a little when I was in college because I worked at the dining hall part time and there were several Spanish-speaking employees who really enjoyed it and liked to laugh at me when I messed up and help me learn. I downloaded an app on my phone that's supposed to teach you a language, it was free, but I haven't even tried it yet. 

 

I haven't heard anything from the designer yet, but I keep checking my email!  :)

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That's it!! That is exactly the feeling! :lol

 

I feel like Duolingo has been the best for me so far, but I have another one or two that are more just vocab builders that I enjoy too.

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Duolingo is the one I have! I just need to remember to do it! Lol!

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Sea Turtle how did you understand how to make it? I would love to make one except i dont read spanish and don't see where there is a translater.

 

I heard back from the designer and she's hoping to get the English version posted this week so I'll keep an eye out for it. And she said my Spanish was better than her English. She wrote me back in English and I will say... I don't believe her!!  :lol

 

So cute!! Love the octopus tentacles!

 

Thanks! Peanut was a huge fan of the octopus! He grabbed it by a tentacle and just walked around the house swinging it around and squealing!  :) I really wish I had gotten a picture of that!! 

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I heard back from the designer and she's hoping to get the English version posted this week so I'll keep an eye out for it. And she said my Spanish was better than her English. She wrote me back in English and I will say... I don't believe her!!  :lol

 

 

That's great news as that was the cutest sea turtle I  have seen.  I think I could have figured  out how to do it by looking at her pictures and my very rudimentary Spanish ( hey the numbers were the same as in English) but the pattern in English would be super.

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