Knit An Amoeba Proteus Amigurumi Designed By Dawn Finney

Knit An Amoeba Proteus Amigurumi Designed By Dawn Finney

Amoeba proteus gets its name through two Greek words; Amoeba meaning change and proteus meaning Sea God. The Greek meaning describes this microbe as the Sea God Proteus that has an ever changing shape.

Get the pattern via Etsy, designed by Dawn Finney of ButterflyLove1.


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