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Harold the Hedgehog

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I made a c2c afghan for a baby that had 4 woodsy animals on it.  I made a hedgehog to go with it and here is Harold.

 

he was different, and his hair took me about 3 days to make.  I got him as a free pattern from Red Heart UK.

 

post-105-0-40802800-1489258246_thumb.jpg  Here he is with the afghan

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That looks like a lot of work went in to it.  Lucky baby.

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Beautiful work, Mary Jo!  The afghan is wonderful and Harold is so cute. :clap

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He is so cute. It was worth your time on the hair.

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Welcome to the world, Harold! Your adorably, cuddly back is going to have lots of love by tiny fingers.

 

It was worth the time, Mary Jo! He's perfect. :)

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VERY cute! :). You did great work.

How long is your Herold?:)

 

Krys

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Thank you all.  They are both put away till they leave for NJ.  Harold is about 11 1/5 inches long and about 5 1/2 inches high with the hair and he is really, really, soft.

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Love them both, I have the pattern book with that afghan and really want to make one, yours turned out so cute!

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Thank you all.  I sent the pictures to my sil who I will be sending this to for the auction.  She loves Harold.

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Harold is so cute.  he will be loved

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There is a swatch made with every other row sc in back loop.  When this is done, then you start with the first stitch, ch 7 ss in 2nd chain from hook and 2 sc in each stitch after to the end.  ss in next stitch and start over again.

 

Like it said it took me 3 days to make the hair.  I won't be doing it again real soon.

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