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Dinosaur Backpack Crochet Kit and Pattern in Deramores Yarn

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Your little ones will be super excited to go on adventures and show their friends at school their brand new crocheted dinosaur backpack. Featuring scary spikes, this drawstring backpack is the perfect Christmas, or birthday present.

This crochet backpack has been designed by Melissa Collings from Sewhooky, in Deramores Studio Aran Yarn.

Level: Beginner

Size: 27cm x 33cm

Each crochet kit contains:

Blue backpack:

  • 2 x Deramores Studio Aran - Persian Blue (70630)
  • 1 x Deramores Studio Aran - Fern (70638)
  • 1 x Digital Pattern

Pink backpack:

  • 2 x Deramores Studio Aran - Watermelon (70624)
  • 1 x Deramores Studio Aran - Gardenia (70602)
  • 1 x Digital Pattern

Please note: Azalea has been substituted for Watermelon and Jasmin has been substituted for Gardenia.

For this kit you will need:
3mm and 4mm crochet hook
Stitch marker
Darning needle
Toy stuffing

 

  • Yarn weight: Aran (10 Ply)/ Worsted (US4)

  • Length: 165m | 180yds

  • Needle Size: 3mm and 4mm crochet hook

  • Ball weight: 100g | 3.5oz

  • Tension: 17 stitches and 18 rows in double crochet over 10cm

  • Fibre: 100% Anti-Pilling Acrylic

  • Care Instructions: Machine Wash - Synthetic Wash - 40°C, Cold Rinse, Short Spin, Do not Wring, Do not Iron, Do not Bleach, PCE Dry Clean

  • Format: Yarn and Digital Pattern

  • Garment: Backpack, Bag

  • Pattern For: Kids


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12/20/2020
Patricia D.
United States United States
Confused

Nice pattern but do not know how to complete the first row. It is something that I have not done before. Not sure how to ”turn” and work in the back of the stitch. Could not find help on You Tube.

PD
12/20/2020
Patricia D.
United States United States
Confused

Nice pattern but do not know how to complete the first row. It is something that I have not done before. Not sure how to ”turn” and work in the back of the stitch. Could not find help on You Tube.