Handmade Crochet Cheese Burger

by Great Balls of Yarn

AED 90.00

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Description

This handmade burger can be deconstructed to allow your little ones to get creative in their imaginative play. However don’t just stop at the children this would make a fantastic unique gift for a young at heart cheeseburger lover too!

This burger is completely handmade using a premium high quality 100% acrylic yarn and contains stuffing in the bread roll. All contents of the cheeseburger are machine washable at 30 degrees.

Please allow 3-5 days for this item to be crocheted

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Weight 0.03 kg
Dimensions 15 cm

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Great Balls of Yarn ships from Dubai, United Arab Emirates

International delivery via Little Majlis' partner courier. Rates calculated at the checkout.
United Arab Emirates cash on delivery (COD) via Little Majlis' partner courier.

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Shop polices

All the items within my shop are handmade upon payment and therefore time frames will vary. On all the listings you can find expectations on timings so as not to disappoint you. However if you do have a specific time you need the item for please still contact me and I can try to accommodate this.

Great Balls of Yarn

Hello Kerry here the creator of all things crochet for Great Balls of Yarn! I am a Mummy and when my daughter was born our midwife put a little handmade hat on her head and that little hat made me want to pay it back. It took me a couple of frustrating weeks to learn but I have never looked back (yes I also replaced Elsie’s hat plus a few more as a thank you to my hospital). I adore crochet because from a ball of yarn and a “magical stick” (as my daughter once called them) I can create something myself and that to me is amazing! The items in my shop are made to order so that they can be customised specifically for you.

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