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Crochet Pattern: Tonberry

Crochet Pattern: Tonberry

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Please note that this listing is for a crochet pattern (PDF file), not a completed item.  All files are in PDF format and are available for download as soon as payment is accepted.  

Tonberry’s are mysterious creatures found in the Final Fantasy worlds. They are slow to strike but pack a punch when they do. Their slow gate, sharp dagger and glowing lantern give them an ominous appearance as they walk ever closer towards you.

That’s why a true fan of Final Fantasy wouldn’t be caught without one. With this crochet pattern you too can make your own Tonberry from the Final Fantasy series. This pattern comes with instructions on how to make a Tonberry with a completely removable robe, knife, and lantern making it great for any cosplayer or collector.

If the recommended hook and yarn size are used this Tonberry plush will be approximately 16.5 cm (6.5 inches) tall by 15.2 cm (6 inches) wide by 16.5 cm (6.5 inches) long.

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate/Advanced
Because all amigurumi require crocheting in the round, working with a tighter gauge and sewing multiple pieces together they can all be classified as at least advanced beginner projects.

crocheting in a round/spiral
crocheting in rows
single crochet 
half-double crochet
increase and decrease stitches
sewing multiple parts together 

worsted/aran weight yarn
2.75 mm hook 
polyester fiberfill 

This amigurumi Tonberry pattern is written in English and uses US crochet terms.

Every crochet pattern shows step by step instructions for easy understanding, along with many photos and tutorial links. Each pattern also comes with a life-time guarantee of access to help from me, the designer. Simply email me your questions about the pattern. Be it a day or years after purchasing, I will gladly answer your questions as best I can.

© 2023 MevvSan. Mevlinn Gusick. All rights reserved.
You may sell the finished items, provided you give the credit to Mevlinn Gusick (MevvSan) as the designer.  You may NOT sell or share the pattern.

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