- Amigurumi Patterns
- Amigurumi Corgi Crochet Pattern PDF Bundle
Amigurumi Corgi Crochet Pattern PDF Bundle
This listing is for the PATTERN PDF downloads only! The patterns are written in English and US crochet terminology is used. These are written patterns with some pictures included of the finished corgis included in each; there are no blueprint graphs or tutorials for techniques. If you are looking for amigurumi-related crochet tutorials I have some available on my website.
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This pattern is for personal use only. You are not permitted to sell finished items based on the pattern without written documented consent to do so. Mass production of any finished items is strictly prohibited. You are not permitted to use the pattern photography under any circumstances. Do not translate, redistribute, resell, or copy the pattern. Thank you kindly!
You may share your own pictures of the finished corgi(s) on Instagram or other social media platform. Please credit me for the original pattern and provide a link to my store. Please do not post a review on social media; I need to keep track of all feedback regarding patterns and cannot monitor every platform. Thank you for understanding and cooperating!
These are beginner level crochet patterns. Knowledge of single crochet, increasing, decreasing, and seaming is needed. I use US terminology for the crochet pattern. The individual instructions are given for three corgis shown in the pictures. You will receive three separate PDF downloads for each corgi dog. I also have individual listings for each of the three corgi patterns included in the bundle.
Yarn: DK weight, shown here in Rico Creative Ricorumi DK. This is a 100% cotton yarn.
Pattern updates and errata: If there is ever an errata it will be posted on my website. I do not except returns or exchanges on PDF patterns but if you notice something in the pattern that not make sense or could benefit from being updated, please let me know before writing a negative review. While I do everything to insure patterns are free of errors, no one is perfect, and there may be something that myself or my editor did not catch. Thank you for being kind and understanding!