I have for you today amazing project. Shell, Bottom of the shell, fore legs, hind legs, tail, eyes, head, fore legs, all the parts sew up and get awesome turtles family. Check it out. It’s so much fun! Below you will find the link to full article tutorial and patterns.
Turtles Watermelon – the Free pattern is here.
Little Turtles for Fans of Crocheting [Free Pattern]
Notice that the turtle body has six “sides”. When collecting, orchestrate head, tail, and four legs along the lower half at each of the six sides (see photograph). With D and yarn needle, sew eyes to sides of the head. With D and yarn needle, sew head, tail, and legs to body. Sew a couple extra join at the back of neck to fortify neck and bolster head. With An and yarn needle, weave a grin, focused underneath the eyes (discretionary)…
Little Turtles for Fans of Crocheting – Free Crochet Pattern os on Ravelry.
Little Miss Turtle Free Crochet Pattern
As you are working on your amigurumi menagerie, you should consider making this lovely baby turtle to add to any ami set involving turtles or tortoises. It’s dead easy, and will be a great addition to the turtle family. In its own right, it will be a great toy for the youngsters to play with, or as a stuffer in a birthday party loot bag
Go to the pattern: Little Miss Turtle Free Crochet Pattern