Tony The Pig

Tony, Pig, Gluttony

Tony The Pig – Gluttony:

Tony “eats” his supplies like nobody’s business. He doesn’t care about the outcome as long as he’s making something with his hands. He doesn’t swatch or measure anything, he just dives in and if the garment is small or big he gives it away and starts the next one.

– Tony stop for one moment! Make a swatch and measure your gauge. I know you love the process of making but this time you might get to keep one for yourself.

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Pattern Information

Materials
Yarn: Fingering weight, cotton yarn in light and stong Pink. Small amount of Black embroidery thread for the eyebrows.
For my sample I use Scheepjes Catona in the colorways: Powder Pink (238) and Marshmallow (518).
Crochet Hook: 2.5 mm crochet hook.
Notions: Fiberfill for stuffing, 8 mm safety eyes, pins, tapestry needle, stitch marker, scissors.

Gauge
26 stitches and 27 rows in single crochet worked in the round, with 2.5 mm crochet hook = 10 cm.
Gauge is not important for this project. However, changes might affect the finished measurements and the safety eyes size.

Finished Measurements
Approx. 12 cm (4.7 in) tall.

Abbreviations
This pattern is written in US terminology.
mc: magic circle
ch: chain
sc: single crochet
inc: increase 1 st. (2 sc in the same st)
dec: decrease 1 st (single crochet 2 sts together)
hdc: half double crochet
dc: double crochet
sl st: slip stitch
blo: back loop only
st(s): stitch(es)
rnds: rounds
{…}: repeat enclosed instructions the amount of times indicated
[…]: the enclosed instructions are worked in the same st
(…): total number of sts of the round and/or additional information

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Tony The Pig is part of the Seven Deadly Sins for crafters series. In the same series you will also find the following patterns:

Angus The Goat

Mica The Magpie

Ollie The Lion

Otis The Cat

Beli The Sloth

Pete The Peacock

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You can find the pattern in my Ravelry and in my Etsy shops.

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