This listing is for 2 original crochet amigurumi patterns (Iguana and Frilled Lizard by June Gilbank.
Please note: if you've already bought one of these patterns, don't use this listing! Just pick the one you want:
My design is based on the Green Iguana, which lives in rainforests in Central and South America. The Green Iguana is about 2 metres long, and is easily recognised by its dewlap (the loose skin under its chin), the row of spikes down its back and its very long tail. Despite its size and fearsome appearance, it is primarily a herbivore.
FRILLED LIZARD DETAILS
This Expansion Pack includes all the modifications for the Iguana pattern required to crochet an Australian frill-necked lizard in full display mode, with gaping mouth and fully-spread ridged frill.
DETAILS FOR BOTH PATTERNS
Yarn: worsted weight yarn in colours as pictured
Hook: US E / 3.5mm
Additional info: You'll also need 2 pipe cleaners to make the legs poseable. The ends of the pipe cleaners are protected, but please be sensible and don't use this as a baby toy unless you skip the pipe cleaners and stitch the legs into position instead.
Size: approx 15" (38cm) long with tail fully extended; 9" (23cm) excluding tail
Iguana on Ravelry:
Frilled Lizard on Ravelry: