I was contacted via my blog by Linda and she said: “Hi Helen. I downloaded your King Charles spaniel last year and have crocheted the head and one leg before I had… health issues. I pulled out my basket yesterday to work on him but when I went to my computer to pull up the pattern, it wasn’t there. My computer had to be restored back to mfg settings a few months ago so I have lost the pattern. Is there any way you can send me the pattern. I will be happy to pay extra from what you ask to get it. Thank you Linda Travis in North Carolina”
My Crochet Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog is my only crochet dog that doesn’t have a YouTube video tutorial. I have decided to make it free again on my blog. I am going to add my Crochet Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog to my Crochet Outstanding Amigurumi Contest for the year 2019. The deadline is 1Sept2019. This contest has ended, but you can check out the blog post and see all of the wonderful crochet entries.
I emailed Linda a new free PDF written pattern for my Crochet Cavalier King Spaniel Dog. If you would like to get a free PDF written pattern too, here is the direct PDF download:
The following was written on my blog prior to 18Apr19
I like to crochet for charitable causes, and I made my Crochet Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog written pattern for my Hope Zero Prostate Cancer Fundraiser Giveaway in September 2017. It is my only crochet written pattern without a YouTube video tutorial. I gave the crochet written pattern away for free to those who participated in the fundraiser. I didn’t receive any money from the fundraiser. 100% of the donations went directly to Hope Zero Prostate Cancer. I then placed the downloadable written pattern on Ravelry as a paid pattern. The downloadable PDF written pattern was available for free on my blog until 31Aug18. I decided to leave the PDF written pattern available for free on my blog only. I still have it available as a paid PDF written pattern on Ravelry too. If you would like to see the names of the winners from my Hope Zero Prostate Cancer Fundraiser Giveaway in September 2017, here is the non-monetized short video clip: