Little Zoo Crochet Sheep

Little Zoo Crochet Sheep

Little Zoo Crochet Sheep
Little Zoo Crochet Sheep
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Crochet sheep are always adorable, and the Little Zoo Crochet Sheep do not disappoint. This might just be the most snugly crochet toy in the whole series of amigurumi animals. The crochet curlicues make the body look so fluffy that they will inspire cuddles from all ages, especially your little ones. You can make the fur as thick as desired, depending on how much time you want to spend on the curlicues. Luckily, the pattern lets you join the ears and legs as you go, so that will cut down on the amount of sewing required. It is another great addition to the Little Zoo series, and you can make an entire colorful flock from this sheep pattern.

For more great patterns in the Little Zoo series, check out Little Zoo Crochet Giraffe, Little Zoo Crochet Crocodile, or Little Zoo Crochet Zebra.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Finished Size12 cm (just under 5 inches) long, and 9 cm (just under 4 inches) high

Materials List

  • 4 mm¬†Clover Amour ¬†hook (US G/6, UK 8)
  • Worsted weight yarn (#4) in 2 colours
  • Stuffing
  • Yarn needle
  • Two 12 mm safety eyes (optional)

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Im a little ambivalent about starting this one. The instructions are incredibly detailed and abundantly illustrated, but yikes! The prospect of making that many curlicues is rather daunting. What I might do instead is whip up an amigurumi ball about the same size as the body and see just what I might be getting myself into. The Shorn sheep is easy enoughits the finishing that Im worried about.

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