My 5 year old boss wanted me to make her a baby dragon. She stood over my shoulder as I skimmed through the patterns available online. When we came across the Baby Dragon pattern by Amigurumi BB… she insisted I started on him right away!
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My daughter *cough* I mean, my boss, went through my yarn to show me what colors she wanted. She was very specific!
If you look at the pattern, you will notice I am missing a few parts on my dragon. My boss refused to allow me to crochet ears or horns for this magical baby dragon. After begging her to tell me why… she finally admitted her sneaky plan. She wanted me to crochet a baby version of “Ord” from Dragon tales.
The pattern is fairly easy. There were a couple times when I had to add a few extra stitches to get it to line up correctly. I'm not positive if it was a pattern flaw, or my own. But even with the little errors, it was really easy to correct.
Just as the designer tells us on the pattern, the spikes down the spine are “no piece of cake”. It's not the actual stitches that make it tough.. it's just working the stitches into the slip stitches down the spine that were not too easy on the hands. Mostly because of the angle.
We LOVE our new baby dragon. As I type.. he is flying up and down the stairs, scaring our cats into hiding. 🙂
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Linda Delcliseur says
R 15 sc 4, inc11, sc27,(53 sts)
R16 sc14, inc1, sc38 (45 sts)
Howe do I go frome 53 sts to 45 sts. THE 53 sts are correct.