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Little Spring Lamb

By: Donna Marrin from donnamarrin.wordpress.com
Little Spring Lamb
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"Little Spring Lamb This sweet little lamb is a cuddly toy for little hands. The body is crocheted, the face and ears are cut from felt and sewn to the body, and the feet are tiny dollar store pompoms that are sewn on. The finished size of the toy is approx. 4-1/2” long. Materials: Any thick and fuzzy white or off-white yarn 9 mm crochet hook Stitch markers A few handfuls of Fiberfill stuffing A square of white crafting felt for face and ears White thread and needle; black embroidery thread 4 tiny off-white pom poms for feet"

My blog features all the step-by-step photos that accompany the instructions.

Easy

Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge not important.

Finished Size4-1/2" long

Materials List

  • Any thick and fuzzy white or off-white yarn
  • 9 mm crochet hook
  • Stitch markers
  • A few handfuls of Fiberfill stuffing
  • A square of white crafting felt for face and ears
  • White thread and needle; black embroidery thread
  • 4 tiny off-white pom poms for feet

Crocheted Body

This is basically a ball crocheted in rounds. Using your white yarn and 9 mm hook: Round 1: ch 4; sl st to make a ring; ch 1, 10 sc in ring (10 sc); use a stitch marker to mark your beginning sc from here on. Round 2: 2 sc in each sc around (20 sc) Rounds 3-9: sc in each sc around (20 sc). Next row begins decreasing. Round 10: sc in each of first 2 sc; sc2tog; *sc in each of next 2 sc; sc2tog; rep from * around. Round 11: sc in first sc, sc2tog; *sc in next, sc2tog; rep from * around. Stuff with Fiberfill. Round 12: Continue *sc in next, sc2tog* until closed. Sl st to secure. Chain a couple more times to create a little tail. Fasten off and weave in end.

Head & Ears:

Cut 2 pieces of felt in shape shown for the head (approx. 2-1/2” long) and cut 2 little circles of felt for the ears (each a little under an inch). With wrong sides together (with most felt, either side is fine), either hand sew or use a machine to sew the two head pieces together (see photos). Turn right side out and stuff with Fibrefill. Using white thread and sewing needle, sew to body. It’s a little fiddly, so I went around twice with the needle and thread to make sure it was fastened securely. Next, starting with the first ear, pinch one end, then run the thread through it a couple times to secure the “pinch”. Then sew to one side of the head as shown. Repeat with the other ear on the other side of the head.

Hair

Crochet an additional little puff of “hair” for the top of its head. With your 9 mm hook and same fuzzy yarn: ch 3, sc in second ch from hook, and in first ch. Fasten off and weave end into row. Use your fingers to puff it up a bit, then sew it down to the top of the head between the ears, where the head meets the body. (You could always make a Donald Trump comb-over instead, but I don’t think that’s fair to the poor little sheep! )

Face & Feet

Face: For the eyes, I sewed on two black seed beads. If you prefer to skip the beads, just make two French knots with the black embroidery thread instead. Use the black embroidery thread to straight-stitch the nose and mouth, as shown in the picture. Feet: Sew the four pom poms on the bottom of body (see picture).

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This is more craft and crochet rather than pure amigurumi. The first change Id make is to use fleece instead of felt as fleece is much more washable. When youre making a toy for a child, you need to plan on it being washed many, many times. Otherwise, this is a well written and amply photographed project. What a sweet little face!

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