Crochet Monkey Curtain Tie Backs
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Welcome to another “Made it Monday” post! When we were on our road trip the week before last, we were able to stop in Tennessee to see D’s family. We don’t ever miss a chance to cuddle and play with our 4-month-old nephew. I also don’t like coming empty-handed. So, I finished some crochet monkey tiebacks for the curtains in his nursery!
Right before he was born, my sister-in-law asked me if I could do them. I got one finished in short order. The second kept getting pushed to the back burner, though. Once I finished them and put them up, I was so pleased with the outcome!
I purchased the pattern from ThoresbyCottage for only $5. I used Loops & Threads Impeccable yarn in Soft Taupe for the body instead of the grey color. These take a little detail as you are crocheting each body part separately, stuffing them with poly-fil and then stitching all the body parts together. They look a little odd when they aren’t attached to the curtains because the arms are so long. Don’t let this worry you; they look adorable once they are attached to the curtains!
I’m sure these little guys will provide endless entertainment for our sweet nephew. If you’re looking for nursery embellishment, I would highly recommend this pattern. It was easy to read and so worth the effort putting together.
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