How to crochet a lemur! (with in depth sewing tutorial)

How to crochet a lemur! (with in depth sewing tutorial)

Hello, it's Thursday and this week I'm going to show you how to make a ring tailed lemur! You set me this challenge, so thank you to everyone who voted in the Knot My Idea poll! A second chance poll was launched for my patrons so subscribe to see what's picked. You can access a written version of this pattern as a patron: Or in my store: Ravelry: Instagram: US terminology used All pieces are worked in a continuous spiral unless otherwise indicated. Stitch Glossary: slst: "slipstitch" - insert hook, yarn over and pull through loop on hook. ch: “Chain” - yarn over, pull through only loop. sc: “Single crochet” - Insert hook, yarn over, pull up loop, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook. inc: “Increase” - Complete two single crochets into the same stitch, one after the other. 3sc in 1: sc three times into the same stitch dec: “Decrease over two stitches”- Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull up loop. Insert hook into next stitch, yarn over, pull up loop. Yarn over a third time, and pull through all three loops on hook. sc3tog: "sc 3 together/decrease over three stitches" Tr: "Treble crochet" - tutorial in video Pattern notation x[…] Repeat the instructions between the square brackets ‘x’ times. (…) The total numbers of stitches in the row/round {...} Used to indicate front or back post stitches, and colours. 00:00 Hello! 00:14 tools & materials 01:27 eyes 03:09 ears 06:29 face 08:11 head (joining piece) 14:30 body nugget 16:11 tail 19:30 arms 23:27 legs 24:08 feet 26:14 Adding face details 27:46 Pinning the face on 28:52 How to sew flat pieces to closed pieces (head) 33:52 Pinning on the limbs 40:27 How to sew open pieces to closed pieces (arms) 43:00 How to sew closed pieces to closed pieces (tail, haunches, feet) 46:54 Outro #complicatedknots #freecrochetpattern #knotmyidea



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