Materials I Used - Cuddle-Sized Bluebird Pattern

Hey, all! Oliver the Bluebird's pattern is now available for purchase! It got finished a little early, which is always exciting! You can purchase his pattern HERE. I get asked a lot what the exact yarn and materials are that I use for my patterns, so I've gone ahead and listed the exact materials I used for Oliver and links to purchase them! Yarn - For the blue, I used Red Heart Super Saver in the color "Turqua". (I know, you would have never guessed). You can purchase it HERE. For the yellow, I also used Red Heart Super Saver in the color, "Lemon". (That's easier to guess.) You can purchase it HERE. Safety eyes - I used 15mm eyes for Oliver and I purchased them HERE. These are the best value I've found! If you're interested in other safety eyes I use, take a look at my blog post HERE. Stuffing - For Oliver, I used stuffing like you can find HERE. But just as an interesting sidenote, I recently discovered dry polyester packing fiberfill (see it HERE) because I couldn't find anything else during an emergency trip to the craft store and I actually really like it! It has kind of a sticky texture - although, it's not really sticky - so that it stays in place easily and really packs in well, especially in tight corners. I wasn't sure about it at first, but I think I'm going to be using it more often. Other odds and ends - I'm never without my trusty Clover Amour stitch markers and if you could be in love with a stitch marker, I guess I'd be in love. You can find them HERE. These are the tapestry needles I use HERE. Crochet hooks are very personal things, but just in case you ever wondered what I use, I love Susan Bates brand and almost never use anything else! Find them HERE. Well, I guess that's it for Oliver's pattern! Let me know if you have any other questions about materials! IMG_5729IMG_5719IMG_5725 Storyland Amis, Oliver the cuddle-sized bluebird amigurumi pattern ~Holly :) Follow my blog with Bloglovin or subscribe via email!

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