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Have you seen Mr. Peabody & Sherman?

Mr. Peabody is a businessman, inventor, scientist, Nobel Prize winner, gourmet, two-time Olympic champion and a very smart … dog!

He adopts the human Sherman, brings him up as his son and shows him all his inventions. There is one very special invention – a time machine – Mr. Peabody and Sherman travel back in time to see important moments of world history.

But Sherman breaks the rules of time travel, and the two of them end up in a turbulent race to repair the past again – and thereby save the future.

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It really is a very appealing father-son story and shows that, despite getting so much right in most things, you can still make terrible mistakes when it comes to feelings.

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You get to meet Shakespeare, Lincoln, Van Gogh and Albert Einstein and travel to ancient Egypt, to Troy … and you will see thrilling action scenes and beautifully drawn characters. I thought this movie was very funny and entertaining.

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Of course, I immediately fell in love with the unusual and brilliant dog! My Mr. Peabody has grown big, very big, an XXL Amigurumi 11,81 inches long. I had a lot of fun designing the figure, and I hope you have as much fun reworking it!

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The english Pattern: Mr. Peabody

Patron espanol: Patrones Amigurumi

18 thoughts on “Have you seen Mr. Peabody & Sherman?”

  1. He is looking great, great! He came out beautiful and you really deserve to be congratulated on him. You even made him a spectacles. 😀 Great work, Karin. Thank you for wonderful pattern again.

    1. Thank you Vanja. Your nice comment means a lot to me because you are also a great amigurumi designer. I had so much fun creating him – and thank you for talking about him. As soon as I saw him, I felt in love.

  2. Hello, I have just finished Mr Peabody for my Grandson. He was fun to make. Thank you for sharing the pattern.

  3. Et en français? Est-ce que vous pourriez le traduire… Parce que j’ai 15 ans et que je ne parle pas très bien anglais et espagnol….
    merci de me répondre (adresse mail: Julie.ottobruc@gmail.com)
    j’ai un compte Google plus sur lequel je me nomme “la fée crochette”

    1. Hello Helen, these numbers are the numbers of stitches in this round. If you start with 6 x sc, you find 6. Then I double the number of stitches with 6 x inc and you will find the number 12. Have fun crocheting!

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