Oodles of Turtles

 

One of the more effective displays at craft shows has been a line-up of turtles, in all different color combinations.  I’d like to do that again at Fall shows, so I’ve been busy making oodles of turtles.   Take a look!

 All my turtles are made with acrylic yarn and stuffed with polyester iferfill, so they can washed when needed.  There are no small parts that can be pulled off, causing a potential choking hazard.    

  

 

Most of these guys are made with worsted weight yarn.  They average about 6 1/2 inches tall.  For a few I used baby yarn, in dk weight, so they came out about 4 inches tall.  

 All are currently available in my Daffodil Corner Etsy shop.  The turtle pattern was designed by my good friend Sue Harnach.  A version of the pattern can purchased at https://www.HappyWhosits.com

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  1. They are all such happy looking little guys! So cute!

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  2. AAAUGH! SO cute! Cute overload! I bet these do really well at the shows. They’re so eye-catching. My kid would LOOOOOVE these.

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