Suggest big patterns

your cat is gorgeous :heart_eyes:🫶🏼

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AWWW I LOVE THE KITTY, HOW DO I GET YO UR BLOG BCS THAT IS AN ADORABLE GOOSIE x

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GORGEOUS!

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I’ll be putting out a testing call for a sea Cucumber/pearlfish pillow combo in the next couple days (I’m gonna get it finished if it kills me, lol) - keep an eye out!

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now, granted this is a hat, and not amigurumi, however, it is the the most complicated pattern that I own. And I really adore this giant mushroom hat and I will complete it one day!

And if you like the nightmare before christmas, she has a pattern for an oogie boogie plushie

She also has a facebook group if you get stuck on a pattern, you can post in the group and the wonderful people there can help out, or the pattern creator will also reply to things.

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Hi ! I’m currently doing a ACNH Coco’s plush for my niece from @cotswoldscrochet !

This is not very detailled but she also have Blathers and Celeste. Most of all her patterns are very clear, even if big plushes is not my comfort zone crochet. I already realised Slowpoke from her and it was great. Also she’s a nice designer if you have questions you can ask her very easily :heart:

(I’m not had been paid for saying that, it’s just she’s one of my favorite designer hehe)

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Thank you! :heart: My blog is on my website (gracefacecreates dot com)

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You can check out Crafty Intentions on Etsy (https://www.etsy.com/shop/CraftyIntentions?ref=shop_sugg_market)
Or ComplicatedKnots on Youtube or Etsy :slight_smile: (https://www.etsy.com/shop/complicatedknots?ref=shop_sugg_market)
(https://www.youtube.com/@ComplicatedKnots)

They have some advanced/detailed patterns; and they’re really good if you’re trying to grow your skills as a crocheter as well :smiling_face:

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Ive made patterns from both, and safe to say, they’re both awesome designers!

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Omg that is insanely huge :scream::scream::scream:

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Oh I saw some one mention
the Twisted Hatter - her patterns are great and she has an amazing fb support group.
Try Grim Grinning Goats she has some great patterns that can challenge you.

I’ll add more as I remember them! :grinning:

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The Whimsicott pattern here is MASSIVE Unique patterns | StitchLoreCreations | Ribblr

I also recently made a Pica Pau pattern in parfait chunky yarn and it is nice and big!

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Can you clarify what you mean by big? I will be posing some designs in the next bit that will require details but they arent pocket size either. so i can keep you in mind when i post tester calls.

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I recently made this hat and the pattern is great. It is detailed and has all the info you need, but is an intermediate project and not suited for beginners. I was intimidated to start this hat for over a year but I’m glad I finally took the plunge. I have the Grubby Bubby pattern also, but don’t have the right yarn and just keep putting it off. The hat seemed to take longer with every step, and I logged about 26 hours on my Twisted Bleeding Tooth hat. I’d estimated it would take me about 15-20 hrs, but the decoration steps took hours longer than I anticipated. I am SUPER pleased with the hat and highly recommend it to anyone who is considering it.

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Like with quite high stitch counts x or large in size

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I don’t know if any of these are something you’re looking for. I haven’t used any of these patterns but I hope you or someone here would like to use them.

Notable big patterns are Dratini: but huge & giant pokeball.

gnarlea blog

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Hey there! :blush: I have patterns in my shop that are 10"-13" with a size 4 to 4.5 hook. A bigger hook would be fun! :grinning:
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I would 100% recommend crochetbykittengrll’s Snorlax crochet pattern if you’re into Pokémon! The pattern is free on her website

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Ooo ill have a look x

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Testing call for Part One of the Sea Cucumber /Pearlfish pillow pattern is live!

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