But, for the years I lived in Alaska, these beautiful and majestic skydivers were bountiful!
Perhaps the forefathers of science, who originally came up with the title; with their failing eye-sight, were bald?
Although smaller than his wilder brothers, Palmer is still out to impress, at nearly 15 inches in height.
15 pages of detail oriented photographs, tutorials and written instructions, help you to create this easy "Sculpt-Gurumi" friend for giving, sharing or just showing off your Patriotic Pride. BONUS United States Flag pattern accompanies Palmer.
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**DEDICATION: Palmer takes his name from a man who should be remembered for his bravery, his fearlessness and his dedication to saving the lives of others - a beautiful heart and majestic soul, that represents the best in each of us. A man by the name of Orio Joseph Palmer. Battalion Chief Palmer died at 9:59 EST as the South Tower of the World Trade Center - collapsed moments after he reached victims on the 78th floor - He was the first one to the impact zone.
Materials Used in Model:
Red Heart® Classic® WW 4-Ply Yarn in 0311 White, 0365 Coffee, 0320 Cornmeal, 0321 Gold and 0312 Black
*additional colors needed for Bonus: 0319 Cherry Red and 0387 Soft Navy
Size US G6/4.25mm crochet hook
Crochet Needle for sewing
Long Straight Pins for positioning
This pattern is written in English, using US Crochet Terms.
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