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Catch of the Day

Do you like to fish? Do you like to crochet? Do you like to crochet while your friends are fishing? Here’s your chance to be a master angler and come home with a fish every time! Your crochet hook is your rod and Galway is your line.  There is no messy bait to contend with either!

This little cutie came across my desk via email the other day.

Wal, the tiny fish

Wal, the tiny fish

His name is Wal and he is the brain child of the vary talented Stacey at freshstitches.com.  For this tiny fish, she used about 60 yards of Galway in color 154 and just 5 yards of the white, color 8.  After I met Wal, I visited the website and met lots of other cuties.  You can purchase Wal and Stacey’s other “Amigurumi” patterns here.  There are also free patterns available here.

Stacey loves to hear from her customers and you can reach her just about any way imaginable!

stacey@freshstitches.com

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Stacy Trock on Ravelry

FreshStitches Etsy store

Find items featuring her adorable crochet amigurumi designs at CafePress

Buy the 5 star rated book Cuddly Crochet on amazon!

1 Comment so far
  1. by Sugel

    On September 14, 2011 at 9:35 pm

    Thanks!Easter Egg Amigurumi Materials Worsted weight yarn Small amount color of choice MC for body Small amount CB for legs and CC for ears Scrap of blackCrochet hook size F Polyfill Googly eyes 9mm Embellishements optional Glue gun Yarn needleFinished size About 4 inches tall standing not counting ears Notes Do not join rounds unless indicated. With a scrap of black yarn embroider mouth under eyes.Add embellishments as desired.Done!!!! Copyright 2011 Stormyz Crochet. Hey I was wondering do you have any crochet patterns for baby ducks and chicks?

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