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Baby Owl Free Pattern!

Baby Owl Free Pattern!
This green owl was made using Vanna’s Choice yarn in Fern, Sapphire Blue, Terracotta, Linen, and Mustard My baby owls are all made with Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice worsted weight yarns. They are approximately 4.5 inches high. Regarding the instructions for the body, I have indicated where the color change should start (should you wish to follow my example), but I will leave it up to you as to how you want to do your stripes. If you prefer my example, you can view my pictures and follow the color scheme accordingly. I like to change colors in every row but it sure can be tricky getting the color transition seam to look neat. Size USD3/3.25mm crochet hook Medium/worsted weight yarn Sport weight yarn in White (for eye circles) 12mm safety eyes Blunt end tapestry needle Polyester pellets Polyester fiber fill Stitch marker Rnd 1 – Start 4sc into magic ring Rnd 2 – sc around [4] Rnd 3 – (sc, inc) repeat twice Fasten off and leave a tail Rnd 1 – Start 6sc into magic ring Assembly is fairly simple.

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35 Rounds of Grey Just a very quick text-only-pattern if you want to make your own lil racoon. You should have some experience with amigurumis as I don’t explain the steps too well. But if you made a few before, it should be pretty straight forward. Equipments: Free pattern - Raving Rabbid Body You should be left with 34 stitches – 16 on either leg and one on either end of the piece between the legs. Continue crocheting in spiral. 6: inc3, inc, sc 15, inc3, sc 15, inc = 40 7: sc, inc, sc 19, inc, sc 18 = 42 8: sc 12, inc, sc 20, inc, sc 8 = 44 9-15: sc in each stitch = 44 16: sc 13, dec, sc 20, dec, sc 7 = 42 17: sc 10, dec, sc 24, dec, sc 4 = 40 Start stuffing the body.

Bunny Mummy: Easy Crochet Owl Tutorial Hello Lovelies, Wooo Hooo , or should that be To-Whit to Wooo Hooo :0) It's a Happy Happy tutorial day! I simply LOVE these cute fellas and as you can see I've got rather carried away making them in lots of different colours.They are very easy to make and so jolly . I've seen a few similar cute crochet owls out there in blogland and on Etsy but they looked quite complicated to me. Pattern: Despicable Me Minion Who doesn’t love the minions from “Despicable Me”? Make your very own detailed minion with removable goggles and removable overalls with my free crochet pattern! Materials: yellow yarn (for head, body, arms and embroidering overalls), blue yarn (for overalls), black yarn (for hair, goggle straps, gloves and boots), grey yarn (for goggles)- I used “Red Heart Super Saver” yarn2.00 mm crochet hook [YES- you read that correctly! I like to have very tight, small stitches when crocheting amigurumi so that no fiberfill is visible. Thus, I use a very small crochet hook!

How to Add Faces to Your Amigurumi: Satin Stitch Embroidery I love the look of satin stitch embroidery, but I don’t use it very often for my amigurumi because, I have to warn you, it does take longer to do than any of the methods I have shown you so far. It also takes a lot of focus, because you have to repeat the same stitch over and over again until an area is filled in. You will probably notice in this tutorial that by the time I got to the white part of the eyes, I had gotten a lot less picky about the straightness of my stitches. Looking back, I wish I would have taken a break halfway through or put the project aside for a day or so. Then I would have been able to come back to it fresh: fresh eyes, fresh mind. In the least, I hope you might learn from my mistake.

POKEBALL I made a bunch of these pokeballs for the kids starting way back in the mid 90's ... when they were little. They'd lose one (or the dogs would chew them up) so I'd make more. Even at their ages they still love to play with these things :) As always, if something isn't right please let me know so that I can fix it as soon as possible. Materials: Baby Mouse Pattern Welcome!! You are in the right place if you’re here for the newest FREE Little Muggles pattern! I present to you “Buttons”, the little baby mouse! This doll is fairly simple to make as it uses simple crochet stitches and techniques. The main difficulty that I can see is being able to manipulate the yarn and crochet hook, as the circumference of the body parts are quite small at times!

Owl Granny Square Afghan Pattern Free Video Tutorial It’s one of the most popular Patterns on the planet and you’ll love this Owl Granny Square Afghan Pattern too. It’s a keeper! Report How adorable are these Crochet Owl Granny Squares and you can make your very own blanket, pillow, garland, in fact, anything at all. It’s perfect for all of your favorite projects and you will love the results! Crocheted Flower Purse - Meladora's Creations Free Crochet Patterns & Tutorials If you haven't subscribed to my video tutorials on YouTube yet please click the subscribe button below Video to help with the lining of the bag

The Crafty Cattery: Crochet Pattern: Amigurumi Wolf I've created my first original amigurumi pattern - a wolf. I wanted to crochet a wolf for a friend who was going off to school at the University of Nevada - Reno (their mascot is the wolfpack). But I couldn't find a wolf pattern online that I liked, so I decided to write my own. Coming up with my own pattern was easier than I thought it would be - I just started crocheting and if I didn't like the way the it was going I just ripped the stitches out and started again. As I crocheted I kept a log of how many stitches I used in each round and made notes if I used any special increases or decreases. Pania the Amigurumi Turtle: Free Pattern Pania swam up to me one cold stormy day as I strolled along the shore. She was ever so tired of the wintry ocean and longed for the warmer seas. I suggested she spend the winter ashore in my warm cosy house, and she heartily agreed. She has found herself quite at home here and seems to have become best friends with Miss Octopus, both of whom have a love of the ocean and ocean jewels.

Felix the Frog – free amigurumi pattern AUTHOR: MARI-LIIS LILLE ©lilleliis All lilleliis toys are original design. I put a lot of effort in creating the cuties, writing patterns, taking photos and offering you friendly customer service. Please show your respect towards my hard work by crediting me whenever you share things made to my patterns.© COPYRIGHT *You may sell the finished items, provided you give the credit to Mari-Liis Lille (lilleliis) as the designer. Free crochet pattern: Skull and flower bracelet by Liz Ward, perfect for halloween DifficultyIntermediate TensionExact tension is not essential. Pattern notesThis pattern is mainly worked in a spiral in the round. Do not join rounds but use a stitch marker or piece of contrasting wool to mark the end of a round. To start you will use magic adjustable ring method. Materials