KristieMN

Tiny Striped Turtle

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Awww......it's just too adorable. I just saw this post. Thanx for the pattern.

Yasmin.

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:'( I wanna make these so badly!

 

you do such good work, and are wonderful to share these!

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Love the turtles, will have to make one up for my son.

 

Thank you for sharing.

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I looooooove this pattern!! I am still so new to crochet so I have been wrecking my brains about the "sc-dec"... it says single crochet decrease by 2 stitches, but I'm still not quite sure what that means. :think If anyone can help me about this that will be greatly appreciated. Thank you Kristie for the adorable pattern.

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I really enjoyed this pattern it was a great beginner pattern for myself.

 

mylittleturtle.jpg

 

here is my little turtle i added a sprout on his shell its my version of turtle hair

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I looooooove this pattern!! I am still so new to crochet so I have been wrecking my brains about the "sc-dec"... it says single crochet decrease by 2 stitches, but I'm still not quite sure what that means. :think If anyone can help me about this that will be greatly appreciated. Thank you Kristie for the adorable pattern.

 

You pull up a loop in one stitch then pull up a loop in the next stitch then pull through all loops on hook. You're making 2 stitches into 1.

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:applause I just adore :turtle and these little guys are :turtle supercuteness! Thank you for sharing the pattern! Your designs are always so fun and creative! :)

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You pull up a loop in one stitch then pull up a loop in the next stitch then pull through all loops on hook. You're making 2 stitches into 1.

 

Ahhh... i see.. thank you Chiscrochetcrazy, you just saved me from banging my head against the wall for not being able to figure out what to do.

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Sure will!

If the stiches seem too tight...just go up one hook size.

 

Kristen

 

 

Just to let you know I made this adorable creature with Red Heart and F needle. It turned out great! I do not have a pic...wish I did.

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Ahhh... i see.. thank you Chiscrochetcrazy, you just saved me from banging my head against the wall for not being able to figure out what to do.

 

I am sorry I didnt see this sooner!

 

Thanks Alisha for helping out!!

 

I love to see how others turn out!

This seems to be by far, a favorite pattern.:lol

I cant tell you how many times I have seen pictures of them on other forums!:clap

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Thank you for sharing your pattern.I made one for my daughter and now I have to make one for my son and two for my mil

Shannon

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These little guys are next on my list to make. You do EXCELLENT work. Thanks for sharing the pattern!

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Talk about adoreable - great rattles too - and how about pincusions - might just have to make a couple for my secret pal!

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I just have to say that this is one of my favorite free patterns ever!!! I have made so many tiny turtles, thank you so much!!!!

Nathalie

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stripeyturtle.jpg

 

Tiny Striped Turtle

Stuff and sew head to turtle body.

Sew legs on the underside of turtle.

Sew tail onto turtle tush.

Enjoy your turtle!!

 

 

This may be EXACTLY what I need ... but I want your advice first. If I stuff the head with quick drying batting can I use the body to contain a small ball-shaped soap with some sort of a closure (your advice needed for that too) for a kid's present. I have a 3rd old and a 5yr old I'd like to do this for.

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This may be EXACTLY what I need ... but I want your advice first. If I stuff the head with quick drying batting can I use the body to contain a small ball-shaped soap with some sort of a closure (your advice needed for that too) for a kid's present. I have a 3rd old and a 5yr old I'd like to do this for.
Oh my word! A turtle soap holder! Man, that would be cute! If you make it, I'd be interested in seeing pics!

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