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Dear Designer, First, I would like to thank you for the great sheep pattern that you so kindly published on the Web, I made the toy sheep and it looks great. Second, I would like to try to commercialize the finished toy and in this respect I wanted to check your copyright requirements. I found that most of other similar designers are copyrighting only the patterns and the descriptions associated with them but not the final product in itself. Thank you very much for your time, Monika Barta

This was a lot of fun and easy once you got the hang of it. It is big.

I secured the legs by inserting a knitting needle up through the bottom center of the leg and then up through the body securing with the needle point cover. Then I sewed the legs on with a double strand of heavy duty thread using a curved upholstery needle. Be careful to go through the "fabric" of the body and not the loops.

I secured the legs by inserting a knitting needle up through the bottom center of the leg and then up through the body securing with the needle point cover. Then I sewed the legs on with a double strand of heavy duty thread using a curved upholstery needle. Be careful to go through the "fabric" of the body and not the loops.

can you give me any further instructions for making up the sheep I have finished all the parts but there are not a lot of instructions for making up Thanks

I am making this for my new GRANDAUGHTER. Thank you much!

Oh my goodness, it's Shaun the Sheep!! I'll HAVE to make this for my daughter and for my friend, the big Shaun the Sheep fan!

Oh my goodness, it's Shaun the Sheep!! I'll HAVE to make this for my daughter and for my friend, the big Shaun the Sheep fan!

Made this for a friend - loved it! Very easy, too.

I used a heavy felt for the eyes

This is one of the CUTEST things I have seen on this site and I will be making it for my next project. Thanks!

I have used this "loop stitch" for over 30 years to make booties. It also works up great on sweaters, but be careful it is easy to snag on. Also the loops make the sweater bulky in shape and will put pounds on you so I tend to stick to making things for the kiddos with this stitch. I found this pattern in a hardback book published in the 40's and the book belonged to my great grandmother.

I think this little sheep is the cutest, however I have the body almost completed and was working on the head, doing exactly the instructions and it is way to large for the body, what am I doing wrong! My grandson is coming into the world in a few days and I want to be able to take this to the hospital with me for him. I have the right amount of sts as I go. Help me out if you can. thank you

Have you tried a smaller hook? I tend to crochet more loosely than the gauge so I have to change to a smaller hook. That usually works for me.

Super Adorable!!! Thanks for sharing the pattern. =o)

sooo cute. is there a sweater/jacket pattern with the loop stitch for children/adult?

This is really cute, but I would discourage anyone to sew buttons onto a toy for a baby, or under 3 yrs old. It is a choking hazard. I would suggest crocheting or sewing eyes into the pattern, possibly like cross stitch, or crochet the eyes separately but when you sew them on make sure they're on good becuase babies like to chew the things that stick out on a toy.

So adorable, and yet... Trying to make this for my son for Christmas and it's proving somewhat disastrous. Head, tail, legs, ears all fine and cute. I even crocheted eyes to sew on. But the body.. I CANNOT get it to come out without gaping holes! I sewed the head & etc on, hoping to spot-fix the problem, but the head and legs were too heavy; pulled at it and made it worse. This is really discouraging; it was going to be a big present for him. What am I doing wrong??

This is just cute beyond cute !!!! I'm going to try making it with that new pom pom yarn- in pink I think! TOO CUTE!!!!

i'd love to see how that turned out!

Oh, please post a picture!!! Will be the cutest thing ever!

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