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Animal Pillows



These animal pillows are so adorable. Not only can your baby use it as a pillow, but they can play with them as a toy. There are three different animals to choose from.

Crochet Animal Pillows
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Crochet Hook: I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I think the animals aare adorable. I do have a request though. Would it be possible to post a bigger picture? And possibly a picture of how the arms, legs, ears, etc are sewn on? I tried to enlarge the picture but it gets fuzzy. I want to see if the attachments are sewn on the stich connecting the pillow. Such as both flaps of arm on one side of stitch or the pillow stitch in between the arm flaps. Thanks!

mariaz56 4401396

They r very informattive!

irissoto57 5599695

Looks great. But the first part of Rnd 2: Ch3,dc in same st, then the rest is OK. Where is the double crochet going ? What same st ? Sorry , I usually see things like dc in the 3rd ch from the hook. Please explain.

dgrindel 8392817

Hi, nikkisreborns and magsiesss 6289224. Thank you for bringing this to our attention! The pattern seems to have moved. We have now updated the link. Happy crocheting! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet


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magsiesss 6289224

My daughter isn't a baby anymore but she collects pigs so I made the pig pillow for her last birthday! She loves it. It was easier to crochet than I expected since I am not what I would consider an intermediate crocheter. Fun and turned out adorable. Going to do a purple one and play with the pattern some to make it more like Barney the dinosaur for my granddaughter.


Really sweet,sure gonna love to give this to the grandkids

shirley moweary

These are VERY cute! Will be great gifts for my grandkids, although I do agree with Jameslindap....Eyes can always be embroidered on instead of gluing wiggly eyes or buttons. Let's keep our precious ones safe!:)


Please do not make these for a baby as the pattern is written. Never glue on wiggly eyes for baby items. Safety eyes would be a much safer bet.

Jameslindap 2512195

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