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Ernie and Erline Elf Crochet Amigurumi Pattern

13" tall, not including hat when made with worsted weight yarn

12mm safety eyes were used to make these dolls.

A couple of mischievous elves are on the loose! Ernie and Erline Elves are here! Elves are not just for holidays. Magical creatures are perfect year round.
To make a very special holiday elf, try using some holiday glitter yarn!

When growing up, a present was always left for each of us in a weird spot. My parents told us that Ernie the Elf did it. He was always leaving things in unusual places - whether tucked up inside the tree branches or in the middle of your bedroom floor. Ernie the Elf was the culprit. when I set out to design an elf, I envisioned how I thought my family's Ernie would be - and of course had to make Erline too!

These elves are quick and fun to make. Two lengths of hats are given as well!

This original CraftyDeb crochet amigurumi pattern is designed by Deb Richey.


Price: $4.50 USD
 

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How many elves does it take to change a light bulb?
Ten! One to change the light bulb and nine to stand on each other's shoulders!
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What kind of music do elves like best?
"Wrap" music!
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How long should an elf's legs be?
Just long enough to reach the ground!


 
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