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Clarence the Monkey

Crochet this adorable monkey!

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Clarence arrived in the office with a simple note: You know you want me! Just a little bundle of yarn and some simple stitches bring Clarence's outsize personality to life to charm both children and adults.
Finished Size: About 6 1/2" tall.
Gauge: 18 sts and 22 rows = 4" in sc.
Needles: Size G/6 (4 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
Notions: Polyester fiber fill; two 16 mm safety eyes; stitch marker (m); yarn needle; 1/2 yd of any black acrylic worsted-weight yarn for mouth and nostrils.
Yarn: Red Heart Soft Yarn (100% acrylic; 256 yd [234 m]/5 oz [140 g]; ): #9344 chocolate (dark brown; MC); #1882 toast (light brown; A); #4420 guacamole (green; B), 1 skein each. Yarn distributed by Coats & Clark.
Yarn Weight: #4 - Medium
Originally Published: Interweave Crochet, Spring 2011

SKU: EP3736

Author/Speaker/Editor: Brenda K. B. Anderson

Format: eProject

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Customer Reviews

Absolutely wonderful and cute pattern Review by Ruth

I purchased this pattern to make for my son-in-law as he and my daughter have a collection of monkeys that sit on their bed. I am doing it for his birthday and my daughter is so excited that Clarence is so cute and I shall definitely make more from the Interweave collection. regards Ruth

(Posted on 3/4/14)

I loved this pattern Review by Martina Barnett

but the request was for a girl monkey. So, I took some liberties with the colour of the body and arms, shortened the pants and worked a little skirt onto the belt. 'Lady Clarice' got a bow on her head, eyelashes added to the stitched eyes (couldn't find safety eyes in time) and a little bow on her tail. I think she's adorable and so does the little girl she was made for :-) Pictures of her are on PinInterest if you search for 'Lady Clarice'. :-)

(Posted on 9/6/12)

Clarence the Monkey Review by Yvette Stuart

I'm in the process of making Clarence. He's so much fun. I am having a problem finding the eyes for these little creatures I'm making. I have a number of these I'm needing to finish! I love these patterns. The patterns on Interweave are incredible. I have learned so much!!

(Posted on 11/3/11)