Meet sweet Emma the Fox, measuring at 13 inches tall she is ready to cuddle! Emma is the newest addition to my Forest themed animals and also comes in a boy version. You can find Eli here!

The Grace and Yarn Crochet Group is growing and I love seeing your projects and the patterns you're working on. 

If you haven't joined yet, head on over and share your WIP, ask questions and engage with a warm community who also love to crochet! I'll keep you updated on new patterns, giveaways, and tutorials!



In most of my patterns I use plastic safety eyes, they are easy and fast to install. However, they are not recommended for children under 3. 

If you are making this for a little one or don't have the size needed on hand, I recommend using my crochet thread eyes as an alternative!

Are you new to amigurumi? Be sure to check out my tips and materials page to help you get started!

You may make and sell items made from this pattern but please do not sell, share or reproduce the actual pattern. If you sell finished items online (Etsy, etc) please provide a link to the pattern and credit to me as the designer, thank you. I hope you enjoy this pattern! 

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Add this to your Ravelry queue 
or
Purchase an ad-free printable PDF in my Etsy shop!

(you can also purchase a combo PDF here that includes Eli and Emma the Fox at a discounted price!)

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Materials:


· Size 4 worsted weight yarn (I used 100g I Love This Yarn in Desert Glaze, 25g for dress colors (A: top and B: bottom), you will also need a small amount of brown, white, and black

· 3.5 mm crochet hook (these are my favorite to use!)

· 10.5 mm safety eyes

· Black embroidery thread for eyelashes

· Scissors and tapestry needle

· Stuffing (Poly-Fil and Morning Glory are my top favorites!)

· Stitch markers

US Abbreviations: 


MC- Magic circle

SC- Single crochet

SC INC- Single crochet increase

DC INC- Double crochet increase

INV DEC- Invisible decrease

HDC- Half double crochet

DC- Double crochet

*Slowly stuff as you go, you want it to be firm but not stretched. You will be working in the round, I like using a stitch marker at the beginning of each round.

Here we go!

Legs and Body-


Legs: Make 2 - Using brown

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 6 SC

Round 2: SC INC in each stitch (12 SC)

Round 3: SC in the first stitch, SC INC in the next stitch, repeat around (18 SC)

Round 4: SC in the first 2 stitches, SC INC in the next stitch, repeat around (24 SC)

Round 5: SC in the first 3 stitches, SC INC in the next stitch, repeat around (30 SC)

Rounds 6-8: SC around (30 SC)

Round 9: SC in the first 3 stitches, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (24 SC)

Round 10: SC in the first 2 stitches, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (18 SC)

Round 11: SC around (18 SC) Change to orange

Rounds 12-24: SC around (18 SC)

Fasten off (when you finish the 2nd leg do not fasten off, proceed to round 25)

*Round 25 joins the legs together and starts the body

Round 25: Chain 3 and attach to the first leg with a SC, SC in the remaining stitches around the leg, when you reach the chain make a SC across each of the 3 chains, SC in the remaining stitches of the next leg and SC across each of the 3 chains (42 SC) This completes your join and is where your next round will start.





Rounds 26-35: SC around (42 SC) Change to dress color B

Round 36: SC around (42 SC)

Round 37: SC in back loops only (42 SC) Change to dress color A

Rounds 38-41: SC around (42 SC)

Round 42: SC in the first 5 stitches, INV DEC, repeat around (36 SC)

Round 43: SC in the first 4 stitches, INV DEC, repeat around (30 SC)

Round 44: SC around (30 SC) Change to orange

Round 45: SC in the first 3 stitches, INV DEC, repeat around (24 SC)

Rounds 46-47: SC around (24 SC)

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing


Head- 

With orange

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 6 SC

Round 2: SC INC in each stitch around (12 SC)

Round 3: SC in the first stitch, SC INC in the next, repeat around (18 SC)

Round 4: SC in the first 2 stitches, SC INC in the next, repeat around (24 SC)

Round 5: SC in the first 3 stitches, SC INC in the next, repeat around (30 SC)

Round 6: SC in the first 4 stitches, SC INC in the next, repeat around (36 SC)

Round 7: SC in the first 5 stitches, SC INC in the next, repeat around (42 SC)

Round 8: SC in the first 6 stitches, SC INC in the next, repeat around (48 SC)

Round 9: SC in the first 7 stitches, SC INC in the next, repeat around (54 SC)

Rounds 10-18: SC around (54 SC)

Note: Here is where we will add the eyes before we start closing the head. Insert the eyes between rows 16 and 17, 8 stitches apart. Place your eyes where you would like them and then remove to embroider your eyelashes before attaching the washer to the back. (This creates a little hole to help see where you want your eyelashes to go)





Round 19: SC in the first 7 stitches, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (48 SC)

Round 20: SC in the first 6 stitches, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (42 SC)

Round 21: SC in the first 5 stitches, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (36 SC)

Round 22: SC in the first 4 stitches, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (30 SC)

Round 23: SC in the first 3 stitches, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (24 SC) *Continue to stuff the head firmly

Round 24: SC in the first 2 stitches, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (18 SC)

Round 25: SC in the first stitch, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (12 SC)

Round 26: INV DEC around (6 SC)

Fasten off and sew remaining part closed, weave in your end


Ears- 

Make 2

Starting with brown

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 8 SC

Round 2: SC around (8 SC)

Round 3: SC in the first stitch, SC INC in the next, repeat around (12 SC) Change to orange

Round 4: SC around (12 SC)

Round 5: SC in the first 2 stitches, SC INC in the next, repeat around (16 SC)

Rounds 6-8: SC around (16 SC)

Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing


Nose- 

With white

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 6 SC

Round 2: SC INC in each stitch (12 SC)

Rounds 3-4: SC around (12 SC)

Round 5: SC in the first stitch, SC INC in the next, repeat around (18 SC)

Round 6: SC around (18 SC)

Round 7: SC in the first 2 stitches, SC INC in the next, repeat around (24 SC)

Round 8: SC around (24 SC) Change to orange

Round 9: SC in the first 3 stitches, SC INC in the next, repeat around (30 SC)

Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing



I'm excited to introduce you to Eli the fox, my newest pattern in the Forest animals series! He is soft, cuddly and courageous! Best of all, he works up fast.

Eli measure 13 inches tall, just like Emma the fox!.

I'm so happy many of you are joining Grace and Yarn Crochet Group, it has been a great joy to see your WIPs! 

If you haven't joined yet head on over and share your latest creation, ask questions and engage with a warm community who also love to crochet! I'll keep you updated on new patterns, giveaways, and tutorials as well!

In most of my patterns I use plastic safety eyes, they are easy and fast to install. However, they are not recommended for children under 3. 

If you are making this for a little one or don't have the size needed on hand, I recommend using my crochet thread eyes as an alternative!

Are you new to amigurumi? Be sure to check out my tips and materials page to help you get started!

You may make and sell items made from this pattern but please do not sell, share or reproduce the actual pattern. If you sell finished items online (Etsy, etc) please provide a link to the pattern and credit to me as the designer, thank you. I hope you enjoy this pattern! 

Save this to your Pinterest board to come back to later,
Add this to your Ravelry queue 
or
Purchase an ad-free printable PDF in my Etsy shop!
(you can also purchase a combo PDF here that includes Eli and Emma the Fox at a discounted price!)

This post contains affiliate links, please click here for more info. Thank you for supporting Grace and Yarn!


Materials:

· Size 4 worsted weight yarn (I used 100g I Love This Yarn in Desert Glaze, you will also need a small amount of brown, white, black and choice of shirt color

· 3.5 mm crochet hook

· 10.5 mm safety eyes

· Scissors and tapestry needle

· Stuffing (Poly-Fil and Morning Glory are my top favorites!)

· Stitch markers


US Abbreviations:

MC- Magic circle

SC- Single crochet

SC INC- Single crochet increase

INV DEC- Invisible decrease

HDC- Half double crochet


*Slowly stuff as you go, you want it to be firm but not stretched. You will be working in the round, I like using a stitch marker at the beginning of each round.


Legs and Body-


Legs: Make 2 - Using brown

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 6 SC

Round 2: SC INC in each stitch (12 SC)

Round 3: SC in the first stitch, SC INC in the next stitch, rep around (18 SC)

Round 4: SC in the first 2 stitches, SC INC in the next stitch, rep around (24 SC)

Round 5: SC in the first 3 stitches, SC INC in the next stitch, rep around (30 SC)

Rounds 6-8: SC around (30 SC)

Round 9: SC in the first 3 stitches, INV DEC in the next, rep around (24 SC)

Round 10: SC in the first 2 stitches, INV DEC in the next, rep around (18 SC)

Round 11: SC around (18 SC) Change to orange

Rounds 12-24: SC around (18 SC)

Fasten off (when you finish the 2nd leg do not fasten off, proceed to round 25)

*Round 25 joins the legs together and starts the body

Round 25: Chain 3 and attach to the first leg with a SC, SC in the remaining stitches around the leg, when you reach the chain make a SC across each of the 3 chains, SC in the remaining stitches of the next leg and SC across each of the 3 chains (42 SC) This completes your join and is where your next round will start.






Rounds 26-29: SC around (42 SC) Change to shirt color

Rounds 30-41: SC around (42 SC)

Round 42: SC in the first 5 stitches, INV DEC, rep around (36 SC)

Round 43: SC in the first 4 stitches, INV DEC, rep around (30 SC)

Round 44: SC around (30 SC) Change to orange

Round 45: SC in the first 3 stitches, INV DEC, rep around (24 SC)

Rounds 46-47: SC around (24 SC)

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing

Head- 


With orange

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 6 SC

Round 2: SC INC in each stitch around (12 SC)

Round 3: SC in the first stitch, SC INC in the next, rep around (18 SC)

Round 4: SC in the first 2 stitches, SC INC in the next, rep around (24 SC)

Round 5: SC in the first 3 stitches, SC INC in the next, rep around (30 SC)

Round 6: SC in the first 4 stitches, SC INC in the next, rep around (36 SC)

Round 7: SC in the first 5 stitches, SC INC in the next, rep around (42 SC)

Round 8: SC in the first 6 stitches, SC INC in the next, rep around (48 SC)

Round 9: SC in the first 7 stitches, SC INC in the next, rep around (54 SC)

Rounds 10-18: SC around (54 SC)

Note: Here is where we will add the eyes before we start closing the head. Insert the eyes between rows 16 and 17, 8 stitches apart.

Round 19: SC in the first 7 stitches, INV DEC in the next, rep around (48 SC)

Round 20: SC in the first 6 stitches, INV DEC in the next, rep around (42 SC)

Round 21: SC in the first 5 stitches, INV DEC in the next, rep around (36 SC)

Round 22: SC in the first 4 stitches, INV DEC in the next, rep around (30 SC)

Round 23: SC in the first 3 stitches, INV DEC in the next, rep around (24 SC) *Continue to stuff the head firmly

Round 24: SC in the first 2 stitches, INV DEC in the next, rep around (18 SC)

Round 25: SC in the first stitch, INV DEC in the next, rep around (12 SC)

Round 26: INV DEC around (6 SC)

Fasten off and sew remaining part closed, weave in your end


Ears- 


Make 2

Starting with brown

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 8 SC

Round 2: SC around (8 SC)

Round 3: SC in the first stitch, SC INC in the next, rep around (12 SC) Change to orange

Round 4: SC around (12 SC)

Round 5: SC in the first 2 stitches, SC INC in the next, rep around (16 SC)

Rounds 6-8: SC around (16 SC)

Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing


Nose- 


With white

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 6 SC

Round 2: SC INC in each stitch (12 SC)

Rounds 3-4: SC around (12 SC)

Round 5: SC in the first stitch, SC INC in the next, rep around (18 SC)

Round 6: SC around (18 SC)

Round 7: SC in the first 2 stitches, SC INC in the next, rep around (24 SC)

Round 8: SC around (24 SC) Change to orange

Round 9: SC in the first 3 stitches, SC INC in the next, rep around (30 SC)

Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing 







Earlier in the week I shared with you my tutorial for the Crunch Stitch, and today I have a fun and re-usable pattern to go with it! 

I love to use my sweeper mop because of how easy it is. When I ran out of the disposable cloths that came with it I didn't want to buy more. 

I wanted to make something I could re-use. I googled for patterns and didn't find what I had pictured in my head to use. 

There are so many great patterns out there, but my favorite stitch for washing and scrubbing is the crunch stitch. So I decided to make my own.

The texture in the crunch stitch is why I love it for cleaning and the look of the uniformed stitches is an extra bonus. 

There are few stitches involved making it a great project to whip up quickly while watching your favorite show. 

Because they make up fast and affordably they make great gifts and inventory for a craft fair! 


Below I have used I Love This Cotton Yarn by Hobby Lobby. They have a great color selection, the yarn doesn't fade as much or as quickly as others I've tried, and it's nice and soft to work with. I used one skein to make one mop cover and still had 1/4 of the skein left over! 

These mop covers measure 10 inches long and 5 inches wide.

My posts are usually amigurumi related as it's a huge passion of mine! So, in case you're thinking my niche has changed, worry no more. I will be back on track with a new pattern for you next week that adds to my forest animal friends!

PIN this to save for later or purchase an ad-free printable PDF in my Etsy or Ravelry store at a low cost!



You may make and sell items made from this pattern but please do not sell, share or reproduce the actual pattern. If you sell finished items online (Etsy, etc) please provide a link to the pattern and credit to me as the designer, thank you. I hope you enjoy this pattern! 

This post contains affiliate links, please click here for more info. Thank you for supporting Grace and Yarn!

Materials:

 - 130 yards of cotton yarn
 - 4mm crochet hook (these are my favorite to use!)
 - Scissors
 - Tapestry needle to weave in ends
 - Stitch markers (optional, they can come in handy to keep rows even)

US Abbreviations:

  • Ch - Chain
  • HDC - Half double crochet
  • Sl st - Slip stitch
  • SC - Single crochet

Gauge:

22 rows should be a 5" x 5" square, adjust your hook size accordingly if your sample swatch is a different size (Example: Try going up a hook size if your swatch is smaller; Go down a hook size if your swatch is bigger)

Here we go!

Chain 25

Row 1: HDC in the 2nd ch from your hook, sl st in the next, repeat until the end of the row, ch 1 and turn (24 stitches)

NOTE- Each row will always start with a HDC and end with a slip stitch, this is one of my favorite parts because it helps me keep my rows even so I don't miss or add a stitch.


 It can also be handy to put a stitch marker in the last stitch of each row, this way when you reach the end you see where you need to place your last stitch. 





One of my all time favorite stitches is the Crunch Stitch! I love it for the texture it brings and simplicity involved to make it. 


The crunch stitch is comprised of HDC and slip stitch, that's it!


This texture makes it perfect for washing and scrubbing. In fact, it is my favorite stitch to use for my wash cloths and dish cloths.


 It is also great for blankets, loveys, scarves..the list could go on and on.


To make the crunch stitch you will want to have the desired weight of yarn and crochet hook for the project you plan to complete. 


For a reference I like to use worsted weight yarn and my 5mm crochet hook if I am using it for a blanket, lovey or scarf. 


When working with cotton yarn for wash cloths etc, I like to use my 4mm hook.



I will have a free pattern for you later this week that uses this beautiful stitch! *Update: My Easy Crochet Mop Cover pattern is now posted*


PIN this tutorial here to save it for a future project!



This post contains affiliate links, please click here for more info. Thank you for supporting Grace and Yarn!

Materials:

 - For this example below I am using 4mm hook and cotton yarn (I Love This Cotton Yarn), but as stated above you can use what is needed for your project
 - Scissors
 - Tapestry needle to weave in ends
 - Stitch markers (optional, they can come in handy to keep rows even)


US Abbreviations:

  • Ch - Chain
  • HDC - Half double crochet
  • Sl st - Slip stitch

Let's get crocheting!


Chain a multiple of 2 + 1 to start 


Row 1: HDC in the 2nd ch from your hook, sl st in the next, repeat until the end of the row, ch 1 and turn





My daughters have always loved to watch me make new animals and before I started blogging, I would make many of them as custom orders or for craft fairs. 

They would wait patiently for their turn to come! Now that I'm blogging they are getting a lot more animals added to their collection and a sweet cow was high on their list of requests.


This pattern is what I hope will be the first of many fun farm animals, so stay tuned for more in the future. 

Give these cows your own added touch by changing up the colors or adding a sweet bow (like the one used on Holly the Honey Bear)!

Be sure to join the Grace and Yarn Crochet Group on Facebook, a growing community where you can share your work and ask any questions you may have in the process! 

You may make and sell items made from this pattern but please do not sell, share or reproduce the actual pattern. If you sell finished items online (Etsy, etc) please provide a link to the pattern and credit to me as the designer, thank you. I hope you enjoy this pattern! 

This post contains affiliate links, please click here for more info. Thank you for supporting Grace and Yarn!

Pattern

- Save this pattern on Pinterest here

- An ad-free printable PDF is available in my Etsy or Ravelry shop

If you're interested in a smaller version check out the free pattern for my mini cows or make a whole family! A discounted PDF combo pack is also available in my Etsy shop!



New to amigurumi? Be sure to check out my tips and materials page to help you get started!

Materials

Abbreviations: US terminology

MC- Magic circle


SC- Single crochet

SC INC- Single crochet increase

INV DEC- Invisible decrease

DC- Double crochet

St(s)- Stitch(es) 

This cow measures about 13 inches tall. 

If you would prefer not to use safety eyes you can visit my Crochet Eyes Tutorial in the 15mm size, it's a great alternative!

*Slowly stuff as you go, you want it to be firm but not stretched. You will be working in the round, I like using a stitch marker at the beginning of each round. 

Legs and Body-

Legs: Make 2 - Using black or brown

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 6 SC

Round 2: SC INC in each st (12 SC)

Round 3: SC in the first st, SC INC in the next, repeat around (18 SC)

Round 4: SC in the first 2 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (24 SC)

Round 5: SC in the back loops only (24 SC)

Rounds 6-10: SC around (24 SC) 

Change to white

Rounds 11-21: SC around (24 SC)

Fasten off (when you finish the 2nd leg do not fasten off, proceed to round 22)

*Round 22 joins the legs together and starts the body

Round 22: Chain 3 and attach to the first leg with a SC, SC in the remaining stitches around the leg, when you reach the chain make a SC across each of the 3 chains, SC in the remaining stitches of the next leg and SC across each of the 3 chains (you will have SC on both sides of the 3 chains now) (54 SC) 

This completes your join and is where your next round will start.



Rounds 23-38: SC around (54 SC)

Round 39: SC in the first 7 sts, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (48 SC)

Round 40: SC around (48 SC)

Round 41: SC in the first 6 sts, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (42 SC)

Round 42: SC around (42 SC)

Round 43: SC in the first 5 sts, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (36 SC)

Round 44: SC around (36 SC)

Round 45: SC in the first 4 sts, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (30 SC)

Rounds 46-47: SC around (30 SC)

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing

Head-

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 6 SC

Round 2: SC INC in each stitch around (12 SC)

Round 3: SC in the first st, SC INC in the next, repeat around (18 SC)

Round 4: SC in the first 2 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (24 SC)

Round 5: SC in the first 3 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (30 SC)

Round 6: SC in the first 4 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (36 SC)

Round 7: SC in the first 5 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (42 SC)

Round 8: SC in the first 6 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (48 SC)

Round 9: SC in the first 7 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (54 SC)

Rounds 10: SC in the first 8 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (60 SC)

Rounds 11-21: SC around (60 SC)

NOTE: Here is where we will attach the safety eyes. Place them 6 stitches apart between rounds 17-19. (If you would like eyelashes you will want to sew them on before securing your safety eyes)

Round 22: SC in the first 8 sts, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (54 SC)

Round 23: SC in the first 7 sts, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (48 SC)

Round 24: SC in the first 6 sts, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (42 SC)

Round 25: SC in the first 5 sts, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (36 SC)

Round 26: SC in the first 4 sts, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (30 SC)

Round 27: SC in the first 3 sts, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (24 SC) *Continue to stuff the head firmly

Round 28: SC in the first 2 sts, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (18 SC)

Round 29: SC in the first stitch, INV DEC in the next, repeat around (12 SC)

Round 30: INV DEC around (6 SC)

Fasten off and sew remaining part closed, weave in your end 

Nose/Mouth-

This piece is worked crocheting on both sides of the foundation chain to create an oval shape, you will want to keep your chain fairly tight to help avoid the look of ‘holes’, we will also be working in the round

Ch 10

Round 1: SC in the 2nd chain from hook, SC in the next 7 chains, 3SC in the last chain; working down the other side of the foundation chain (see picture), SC in the next 7 chains, complete 2SC in the last chain (which is also the first chain we started with) (20 SC)


Round 2: 2SC in the first st, SC in the next 7, 2SC in each of the next 3 sts, SC in the next 7, 2 SC in each of the last 2 sts (26 SC)

Round 3: 2SC in the first st, SC in the next 9 sts, 2SC in each of the next 4 sts, SC in the next 9 sts, 2SC in each of the last 3 sts (34 SC)

Rounds 4-7: SC around (34 SC)

Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing

Ears-


Make 2

With black or brown

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 8 SC

Rounds 2-3: SC around (8 SC)

Round 4: SC in the first stitch, SC INC in the next, repeat 
around (12 SC) 

Round 5: SC around (12 SC)

Round 6: SC in the first 2 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (16 SC)

Rounds 7-13: SC around (16 SC)

Fold ear in half and SC across the top as pictured below, then fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing



Horns-

Make 2 with beige

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 9 SC

Rounds 2-7: SC around (9 SC)

Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing


Assembling the head-

-Sew the nose/mouth piece on the head centered between the eyes, feel free to use pins to hold into place. Stuff the nose lightly just before sewing is complete.

-Next, sew the ears onto the head at the 6th round on each side.

- Lastly, sew the horns evenly placed between the ears



Arms-

Make 2 stuffing lightly at the bottom

With black or brown

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 8 SC

Round 2: SC INC in each stitch around (16 SC)

Round 3: SC in the back loops only (16 SC)

Rounds 4-7: SC around (16 SC) Change to white

Rounds 8-23: SC around (16 SC)

At the end of round 23 pinch the arm flat and make 8 SC across the top to close, fasten off and leave a long tail to sew onto the body. 

Spots-

Make 2 of each size

Large spot-

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 6 SC

Round 2: SC INC in each round (12 SC)

Round 3: SC in the first stitch, SC INC in the next, repeat around (18 SC)

Round 4: SC in the first 2 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (24 SC)

Round 5: SC in the first 3 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (30 SC)

Round 6: SC in the first 4 sts, 2DC in each of the next 2 sts, repeat around (42 sts)

Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing 


Medium spot-

Round 1: Create a magic circle with 6 SC

Round 2: SC INC in each round (12 SC)

Round 3: SC in the first stitch, SC INC in the next, repeat around (18 SC)

Round 4: SC in the first 2 sts, SC INC in the next, repeat around (24 SC)

Round 5: SC in the first 2 sts, 2DC in each of the next 2 sts, repeat around (36 SC)

Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing 

Attaching everything together-

  1. Sew the head onto the body, making sure to have the facial features centered. Add extra stuffing as you go to keep it firm and less wobbly. 
  2. Next, sew the arms onto the body centered with the head at round 46. 
  3. Lastly, sew a large and medium spot onto the front and back of the body. 


Your cow is complete! I hope you have enjoyed making this pattern. 

Let me know if you have any questions with this pattern or any of my other patterns, I would be happy to help! 

Thank you, 
Stephanie


We are welcoming Spring with open arms! All the beautiful buds forming and colors so bright! Below are 11 Spring Amigurumi patterns that are sure to inspire your creativity with a bonus, they're all free patterns!




If your project is for a little one under 3 I have a tutorial for making the eyes with crochet thread instead of the plastic safety eyes. Feel free to visit it here if you would like to use them for any of the patterns below!

Are you new to amigurumi? Be sure to check out my tips and materials page to help you get started!

*The images used in this post belong to the individual designer and have been used with permission*


PIN these to save for later!


Let's begin!


1.The first pattern is the Ballerina Bear by The Friendly Red Fox. It's quite clear bears love Spring just as much as we do. This pattern is easy to follow. 


With her clear directions and tutorials it is also a great pattern for beginners!




2.This 
Spring Bird by A Purpose and A Stitch is our next pattern, and it works up super fast! 


How adorable would it be to make a family of them in all of your favorite Spring colors! Bonus: She has great pictures and tutorials making this pattern a great one for beginners as well.




3. Our next pattern is also very creative! Don't let the name fool you, these Easter Chick Shakers by Maria's Blue Crayon would be fun even if they're made after Easter. 


You know those plastic Easter eggs you have left over right about now? You can re-purpose them with this fun pattern!






4. Are you having as much fun as I am, I don't want these patterns to end! 


One of the first things I thought of when brainstorming Spring amigurumis was a bumble bee. I cannot get over how unique and awesome this Bumble Bee is by Spin a Yarn Crochet. 

P.S. Check out her other patterns while you are there, I love this style of crochet!



5. A rainbow is a beautiful staple of Spring. In my area there is a lot of rain and sun mixed days which makes a perfect combination! 


This Rainbow Kawaii Cuddler by 3amgracedesigns is sure to bring rays of sunshine to any little one! Look at those cute clouds!



6. When thinking of Spring we know bunnies are bound to come to mind and how sweet is My Toto Bunny from Once Upon A Cheerio! 


She has made the body and head as one so less sewing, yay!

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