Troll Assembly Page


Welcome to the assembly page for the Bobble Troll.

You should already have the body and all the parts made.
The written pattern for the troll is here.




ASSEMBLY: The assembly instructions are given in a series of 4 videos below.

In order:
I assemble the Troll in a certain order for a reason. For best results, follow the same order.
If you have troubles viewing the videos embedded on this page then go to this playlist, scroll down to parts 12-15.

1) sew the overalls to the feet
2) sew the straps to the overalls
3) sew the arms on
4) place the body of the troll into the overalls, adjust until it stands up straight then mark with a pin the space where the tail will go (right between the crisscross)
5) take the troll out of the overalls, sew on tail.
6) sew the ears on
7) add the yarn for hair
8) sculpt the face, add eyebrows













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Comments

  1. Sharon Ojala is the absolute best in her field. I've crocheted for over 30 yrs. and her instructions along w/videos are superb. I've done over 30 of her projects and love them all and I'm still following her projects.

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  2. Thank you. I agree with "happyhooks". Your videos, instructions and presentations are excellent. Easy to follow simply because of your expertise in offering students the best explanations from which to learn. I am delighted to have found your videos and patterns.

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  3. Thank you. I agree with "happyhooks". Your videos, instructions and presentations are excellent. Easy to follow simply because of your expertise in offering students the best explanations from which to learn. I am delighted to have found your videos and patterns.

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  4. Thank you so much for this pattern. The videos were very helpful as well. I was looking for a cute troll to put in my fairy cottage scene. He's a tiny bit on the big side, but they're supposed to be big. Right? I definitely need practice on the mouth, but he came out so cute!!

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    1. I'm glad it turned out cute! Yes, he's a bit of a chunky guy, lol

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  5. Enjoyed making him, but had trouble sculpting the mout! May make another just to try again! Thanks for the pattern, and help!

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