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Timmy the Timid Turtle Pattern

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With wide eyes and head and front legs stuck partially out of his shell, Timmy tries to determine whether or not it's safe enough to come out of his shell completely and explore the world around him. This cute guy makes a nice huggable toy or a pillow. He's especially nice for propping yourself up in bed while getting that last bit of knitting or crocheting done before turning out the light. The terror of small dogs, Timmy is a gentle giant who actually just loves big hugs to comfort him in a scary world.

SKILL LEVEL
Adventurous Beginner

FINISHED MEASUREMENT
12.5” tall and 16.5” from nose to back of shell

MATERIALS
Medium Weight (Worsted) Yarn
– 320 yards of Color A (green).
– 395 yards of Color B (brown).
– 280 yards of Color C (variegated).
– 8 yards of Color D (black).
– 28 yards of Color E (white).
Knit Picks Brava Worsted (100% acrylic) -- Peapod (A), Brindle (B), Black (D), and White (E); and Knit Picks Chroma Worsted (70% Wool, 30% nylon) -- New Leaf (C).

Crochet hook, size G (4.25mm)
12 Stitch markers
Polyester fiberfill
Yarn needle for sewing

MATERIALS/GAUGE NOTE
Gauge is not a critical factor for this project. If desired, it can be made with any size hook and with any weight of yarn.

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The patterns are the intellectual property of Franciscangypsy Designs, so please do not resell the pattern.

Please let me know if you have any questions about any of my patterns. I hope you enjoy making them as much as I do!
With wide eyes and head and front legs stuck partially out of his shell, Timmy tries to determine whether or not it's safe enough to come out of his shell completely and explore the world around him. This cute guy makes a nice huggable toy or a pillow. He's especially nice for propping yourself up in bed while getting that last bit of knitting or crocheting done before turning out the light. The terror of small dogs, Timmy is a gentle giant who actually just loves big hugs to comfort him in a scary world.

SKILL LEVEL
Adventurous Beginner

FINISHED MEASUREMENT
12.5” tall and 16.5” from nose to back of shell

MATERIALS
Medium Weight (Worsted) Yarn
– 320 yards of Color A (green).
– 395 yards of Color B (brown).
– 280 yards of Color C (variegated).
– 8 yards of Color D (black).
– 28 yards of Color E (white).
Knit Picks Brava Worsted (100% acrylic) -- Peapod (A), Brindle (B), Black (D), and White (E); and Knit Picks Chroma Worsted (70% Wool, 30% nylon) -- New Leaf (C).

Crochet hook, size G (4.25mm)
12 Stitch markers
Polyester fiberfill
Yarn needle for sewing

MATERIALS/GAUGE NOTE
Gauge is not a critical factor for this project. If desired, it can be made with any size hook and with any weight of yarn.

______________________________________________________________________________

The patterns are the intellectual property of Franciscangypsy Designs, so please do not resell the pattern.

Please let me know if you have any questions about any of my patterns. I hope you enjoy making them as much as I do!

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