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Happy weekend friends! Today, I am so happy to announce this year’s Holiday CAL! I have been working furiously on this adorable crochet nativity, and due to sick days for me, and sick days for the kids I wasn’t sure I could pull it off. But happily, I did! This sweet and rustic nativity is lovely to display, but also perfectly safe for little hands to play with. I prefer minimalist nativity sets, and I really love how this one turned out. I hope you do, too!
This cute little crochet nativity was a bit outside my designing comfort zone. I don’t make or design a lot of amigurumi, so it was tough to make my brain think differently. It was so fun to complete this project, and to finished something that was a challenge. I hope I will be able to design amigurumi that is a bit more technical is the future!
I have the CAL scheduled for November 14, 2016, and it will go for 4 days, each day making a piece of this nativity. Mark your calendars!
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What you need:
Fingering Weight Yarn (Palette by Knit Picks)
1 ball each: Wheat Heather, Camel Heather, Ash, Bark, Sagebrush and Bittersweet Heather
Size 3.5 mm hook
Small River Rocks (you can find these at the Dollar Store, too)
Creche for displaying (I found mine on Etsy. There are ones on Amazon as well)
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