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Pascal the Mandarin Duck
Pascal the Mandarin Duck rose to fame as TOFT's first spring crochet along back in 2020 just as the world entered the first lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. Full of interesting techniques, this pattern is still broken down into the days so you can choose to take part and view all the videos on Instagram by following @toft_uk. Chosen for his elaborate and ornate plumage, the Mandarin Duck is a bright and vibrant character who will look fabulous as part of your crochet bird display for years to come.
This cute crochet bird project forms part of our '
' collection of amigurumi crochet toys designed by Kerry Lord. This amigurumi crochet animal kit contains our luxurious pure wool DK yarn and an easy-to-follow downloadable pattern with video links for all the techniques.
THIS KIT CONTAINS:
The crochet pattern is provided digitally in .pdf format. You can download this from a link that will appear at the bottom of your order confirmation email and in your MY TOFT library. You can log in and re-download the pattern at your convenience.
YOU WILL NEED:
To complete your Mandarin Duck you will need a few added extras including a 3mm crochet hook, toy stuffing, Black yarn for facial features and a wool needle. Find everything you need in our haberdashery section.
When finished your Mandarin Duck will be approximately 28cm from feet to top of head.
SKILL LEVEL 3:
This kit is more suitable for those with some crochet experience.
IT WILL TAKE:
Approximately 1-5 hours crochet time.
All orders are hand-picked and packed by our team in Warwickshire into our fully recyclable and reusable packaging.
The price of this bird reflects the pricing of TOFT yarn bundles and includes 25g of yarn FREE! This product is therefore exempt from any further discounts.
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