Alistair MacFire, Elf and Blacksmith, PDF
Amigurumi crochet pattern of a very tough Elf. He is a blacksmith and makes beautiful swords with his hammer and anvil.
Alistair is a distant cousin of Franklin Forge, on his mother's side, the MacFires. Alistair learned the trade of blacksmith from his father. He is a true craftsman! He has a complete forge at home where he uses fire, his hammer and anvil to turn iron into swords and knives! Swords for ornamental use and knives to use in the kitchen!
This is really a crochet pattern for the crocheter who loves a tough Elf! You can completely express your imagination in the finishing of this pattern. Do you give him 1 earring, 2 earrings or no earrings at all? Will he get a cool ring and/or bracelet? His apron also lends itself very well to decorate in your own style.
In his spare time he is an artist on the BBQ. At the moment he is thinking about making his own BBQ! He will certainly succeed!
Materials used for Elf Alistair MacFire:
You can use any brand and type of yarn you want for this crochet pattern. If you use thicker or thinner yarn, Alistair will become slightly larger or smaller. Below is a summary of the yarn and quantities that I used for this tough blacksmith. The other materials can be found in the pattern.
Durable Coral 2192 Pale Pink, Head, hands and feet: 113 grams
Durable Coral 2150 Forest Green, Shirt: 42 grams
Durable Coral 370 Jeans, Pants: 37 grams
Durable Coral 2229 Chocolate, Apron: 25 grams
Durable Coral 2239 Brick, Apron: 8 grams
Panda 591 Fluffy Red Brown, Hair, goatee: 12 grams, crochet hook 3
Hammer, anvil and sword
Durable Coral 2232 Light Grey, Anvil, sword: 30 grams
Lammy Yarns Rio Dark grey, Anvil, hammer, sword: 52 grams
Durable Coral 2229 Chocolate, Hammer, sword: 10 grams
Crochet hook 2.5, Scissors, needle, filling
Alistair will be 43 cm tall.
Clearly written PDF Crochet pattern
With this PDF crochet pattern you can crochet Joy yourself! This 6-page PDF contains detailed clear crochet instructions that are explained with photos, including extensive information about the materials used and the crochet stitches used and their abbreviations. US terminology and abbreviations of stitches are used. Whether you have just mastered the basic stitches as a beginner or if you are more experienced. If you know how to make a Magic Ring, a Single Crochet, a Slip Stitch and a Chain, then you can crochet this amazing creation yourself. If you get stuck with a certain part of the pattern, then I'm just a message away! I would like to help you to make a creation together with you to be proud of!
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