Spider-Man amigurumi style PDF crochet pattern inspired by siperman home coming

Spider-Man amigurumi style PDF crochet pattern inspired by siperman home coming



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Inspired by marvel Spiderman Homecoming
By Liz Ward – Amigurumi barmy

Skill level: easy
Time: 3-4 hours each
Size: 12x7cm
Tension: Tension is not critical for this amigurumi

Available in US and UK abbreviations

This is an instant download PDF crochet pattern for Spider-Man

Basic crochet skills required. Pattern includes chain stitch, single (US)/double crochet (UK), working in the round, increasing and decreasing.

Printer friendly pattern includes photos and full written instructions to create a finished doll

Given the nature of patterns, no refunds/exchanges will be accepted after the pattern has been sent.

Please do not share or copy my patterns. You may make as many finished products using this pattern as you'd like. If you want to sell your finished product, please credit me for the pattern and link back to my site.

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Michelle Lawson 05 Sep, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Loved the way this pattern was simple and to the point. His hair came out bigger than expected, so I will decrease some stitches for that. It’s easily customizable!

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Reviewed by Inactive 22 May, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Cool pattern! I did make mine bigger for a man's hand.

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Llanda Lavender 30 Mar, 2021

3 out of 5 stars

I managed to get it done, but there were many areas the instructions didn't make any sense. One thing the arm piece is wider than the glove piece was so was very difficult to sew together. I sewed a long piece of yarn on the top row of the arm piece, then carefully pulled the yarn to gather it and pin into place. I just hope it fits. I made it for an Autistic Male in his 20s for his bday. And oh, I have been crocheting for 54 yrs. So I know how. If it weren't for my knowledge to fix it this would've been a crisis.

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