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Game of Thrones Inspired Dragon Egg Plush - Pattern Only

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This is a pattern only - not the finished product!

This pattern can be used to create a gorgeous plush egg that looks almost identical to Daenerys’ dragon eggs from the Game of Thrones series. The pattern includes full written instructions for how to crochet the egg, as well as photo tutorials explaining crocodile stitch for those who are not familiar with it.

I try to make my patterns as easy to understand and as clear as possible, because I know how frustrating it is when a pattern is unclear in even the slightest way. For this reason I am also always available through email to answer any questions about the pattern if something is unclear.

For this pattern you will need:
• 4 ply/fingering weight yarn in the colour you want your egg (I recommend one skein of Morris and Sons Avalon yarn in 4416 - dark green, 4406 - cream or 4401 - black)
3 mm crochet hook (a hook slightly smaller than recommended by the yarn)
• Fibrefill stuffing
• Tapestry needle

Thanks so much for looking. All the best.
Rachael

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Game of Thrones Inspired Dragon Egg Plush - Pattern Only

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