Monday, July 1, 2013

Cagney - the Yankee Doodle Teddy

I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy - Born on the 4th of July...

I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy
A Yankee Doodle, do or die
A real live nephew of my Uncle Sam
Born on the Fourth of July

In typical vaudeville extravagance, Cagney the Yankee Doodle Teddy, wants to sing and dance his way into your heart this 4th of July!  Although this little guy boasts vivid red, whites and blues - he promises not to get too full of himself and give you a hard time.

The Yankee Doodle Teddy pattern contains 12 pages of pattern instructions, with detail oriented photographs to help you bring this 18.5 inch friend to life (15.5 in tall without hat).  
To complete this pattern, it is expected that you already know how to crochet using slip stitches as well as single crochet stitches. You should also know how to crochet in the round, crochet in rows, crochet in the end of rows, crochet using a “chain start”, crochet an opening closed as well as how to increase and decrease crochet stitches.

Cagney, the Yankee Doodle Teddy would love to help you display your patriotic pride; or just hang out eating hamburgers and hot dogs with your little one, while watching some fireworks on a hot summer night.

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** WARNING ** Young children, toddlers and infants should ALWAYS be supervised when playing with this toy. There may be small pieces that a child can dislodge and there is potential for ingestion or aspiration injuries. Check all toys periodically for breakage and potential hazards. Broken toys can develop small parts which may present the potential for ingestion or aspiration injuries. A toy that cannot be repaired should be thrown away immediately. Please remember to use a yarn which is safe, as young children are likely to put toy in their mouth.


Materials Used in Model:

Red Heart® WW 4-Ply Yarn in 0334 Buff, 0390 Red, 0886 Blue, 0365 Coffee and 0311 White 
poly-fil fiberfill 
Size US G6/4.00mm crochet hook 
Yarn Needle for sewing 
Long Straight Pins for positioning

This pattern is written in English, using US Crochet Terms.
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