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*** Crochet Pattern .pdf ***

Meet Laura Beth, a super sweet little ladybird girl, she's Francisca's twin, but is the shy one. This little girl is a must have for all you ladybird lovers.

Laura Beth is approximately 7 inches tall, from the top of her antennae to the bottom of her feet. She's made using worsted weight yarn, so if you'd like a larger or smaller ladybird girl adjust accordingly, in fact, I bet she'd be cute in thread, though it takes a brave crocheter to try that!

This pattern is geared more towards a beginner or advanced beginner, as I tend to be very detailed and have included a comfortable amount of images showing most of the parts. When I first started making amigurumi dolls from patterns I had a hard time understanding certain instructions, in creating this pattern I've tried to address the issues that I had difficulties with and make the easier to understand for newbies. If you have difficulties while crocheting this, please send me a note, either by convo here at etsy, or else by the email from where the pattern is sent and I'll try to get back to you asap!

The ladybird girl's pattern is in .pdf format so you will need Adobe Reader to open the document and print it.

The pattern is 6 pages long with very detailed instructions and 9 images to help you out.

I will accept PayPal and money orders as acceptable forms of payment.

Upon receiving payment, I will email your pattern to you within 48 hours or less.

Just a quick reminder, this little ladybird girl and her pattern are not to be copied and reproduced for monetary purposes, I'd love if you made as many as you liked for yourself or to give as gifts, but please do not make them and sell them. Thanks!

Meet the owner of Owlishly

Mia Zamora-Johnson

Crochet Pattern- Laura Beth dressed as a ladybird amigurumi doll


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