Candy the Cow Amigurumi

Candy the Cow Amigurumi

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Candy the Cow Amigurumi
Candy the Cow Amigurumi
This image courtesy of themagicloop.com

Moove over other amigurumi because Candy the Cow is about to be the new favorite in the barnyard. Who could resist this sweet little cow? Customize the colors or add spots to make it your own design or copy it exactly for the cute version you see here.

From the Blogger: "This little cow is called Candy, she is 13cm(5 inches) tall and you dont have to be very experienced in crocheting to make her. -amigurumi making experience: Advanced Beginner -some basic sewing skills This pattern uses US terminology."
 

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookC/2 or 2.75 mm hook, D/3 or 3.25 mm hook

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

Finished Size13cm / 5 inches

Materials List

  • Crochet hook 3mm
  • Crochet hook 2,5mm (just the horns and the ears)
  • Aran weight yarn in three different colors (I used Red Heart Niki)
  • Stuffing
  • Tapestry needle
  • Safety eyes (6mm)
  • Optional: some ribbon to tie around the neck

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Dollmaking was one of my very first hobbies, so I love to see amigurumi patterns that have articulated arms and legs. To me, this feature makes crocheted toys more versatile as they can be posed as the child plays with it. The designer has provided well written instructions with lots of photos of the assembly process. There is a link to her Ravelry entry for this, but the actual print and .pdf links are at the bottom of the page.

This sweet little bovine earned an awww from my husband when I showed him the pattern. She has a lot of parts, and as a dollmaker, I was happy to see some of them were designed to be moving. By using doll making techniques, Candys arms and legs can be posed to sit or stand. This project also uses safety eyes, and if giving to a baby or small child, you might want to omit the bell.

This. Is. Adorable. The little bell makes it just that much cuter!!!

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