Bernard the Ball Shark

Bernard the Ball Shark

Bernard the Ball Shark
Bernard the Ball Shark
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"My kids say Bernard the Ball Shark is a great white shark, but he's shaped like a ball, so ball shark it is. He's just the right size to be huggable and great for tossing and catching for little hands. You'll need 3 colors - a dark gray, a light gray, and a white, as well as thin black yarn or embroidery thread, and safety eyes. It uses basic stitches and can be worked up quickly."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is a cute pattern, and I can see it being a favorite among my more active young grandsons. I dont know what it is about boys, but they can make a ball out of anything. The designer gives very easy to follow instructions with photo details of each component. This is a great practice project for Beginners who want to venture into amigurumi, too.

How adorable! I could see any kid having so much fun with this, especially because it doubles as a cute stuffed animal and toy they could toss around with friends or siblings.

Another adorably easy pattern. I have four grand kids, two who are still infants so anything like this interests me. The fact that it's a fast one to make up just adds the icing to the cake. They will love it. Thank you so much for sharing this little cutie.

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