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Jill the Giraffe crochet pattern

I am excited to announce that the Jill the Giraffe Pattern is finally here!
$5.50 - Jill the Giraffe PDF Crochet Pattern
Your Jill the Giraffe Pattern is available to purchase here!  The digital eBook, including pictures and instructions will be emailed to your Paypal email address. 
(all  included in the pattern)
This is a Crochet Pattern for an adorable little Giraffe named Jill. She is a sweet little girl, and is so fun to make. The finished product is outstanding!

The pattern/tutorial is 18 pages long and includes lots of pictures. It also includes instructions for a dress and shoes. Her clothes are removable, so go ahead and crochet her a few extra dresses and shoes!

I felted the spots onto the giraffe. Remember that this step is just optional, she looks just as cute without her spots. Felting is easy if you have a few tools. I have included instructions on how I felted the spots onto my giraffe.

Materials Needed:
-Worsted Weight #4 Yarn for the Giraffe Body. I used 100% acrylic Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Baby Yarn in these three colors; Lamb, Duckie, and Chocolate Cake
-DK weight yarn for the shoes and dress.
-Crochet Hook Size: E/4-3.50MM for the Giraffe
-Crochet Hook Size: F/5-3.75MM for the shoes and dress
-Sharp Needle for sewing pieces together
-Size 8 MM Black Plastic Eyes. I buy my eyes from 6060's Etsy shop here.
-Safety Pin for marking your Rnds
-Brown Wool Roving for felting the spots (optional)
-Needle Felting Tool (optional)
-Black embroidery thread for the nose
-Small plastic buttons for the shoes

Skill Level is advanced. You will need to know how to make a magic ring, how to single crochet, half double crochet, increase, decrease, and how to crochet in the Back Loop Only. You also need to know how to change colors.

Finished measurement of the giraffe: Total height from her bottom to her head (sitting down position) is 7.5”. Her width at her widest part (her waist) is about 4".

I offer full support for all of my patterns. If you have any questions as you are making your giraffe, feel free to email me.

© Little Abbee 2013. You may sell the finished items you make with this pattern, with a link to my Blog. The pattern itself is copyrighted and may not be copied, resold, or redistributed.
**Please be honest**
I took quite a few pictures of this little girl.  Enjoy!

The picture below is a Giraffe that was made by Jennifer Neerhof who tested this pattern for me.  She is very talented in crochet.  I love his eyes, how adorable!  And her pictures are just amazing.  She did a great job!

I can't wait to see all of the cute litte Giraffes that you guys make!


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-Crochet Hook Size: E/4-3.50MM
-Sharp Needle for sewing pieces together
-Safety Pin for marking your Rnds


Click here for a list of abbreviations.

Special Stitches:

Beginning Crocodile Stitch: ch 3, (counts as the first dc),

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Click HERE for a list of abbreviations.

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