Make Your Own Monkey

Make Your Own Monkey

Make Your Own Monkey
Make Your Own Monkey
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Make your own monkey decorations to keep anywhere around the house with this adorable intermediate pattern. Give these cute crochet animals to your kids as little stuffed animals to play with or make a whole barrel of monkeys! Amigurumi crochet is always fun, so monkey around a little bit and have a good time making these cute crochet animals. Make a day out of it with your kids to get them involved so they can enjoy the process and the final product.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

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

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Oh how cute is this Make Your Own Monkey!! I love how cute it is and the written pattern sounds so easy to make with all of her notes and the step by step video is so great to have. My only question is how big is this one? I'm sure yarn size makes a difference in how big or small it will be so I hope it won't be to big. I'd like to make one for my Granddaughter. I like the Velcro on the hands idea.. I am also interested in her other animal patterns.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet monkey pattern.

I burst out laughing when I caught sight of these. I just have to make them. I have those four grand kids that I call my little monkeys and they will love these. If I add some pieces of Velcro on the inside of each hand, they can have them hanging around their necks!

Amigurumi must be the word for this summer. I have seen more patterns for this than ever. These are adorable little monkeys. My aunt would love a couple of these. She goes bananas for monkeys. This is such a great pattern. I will be hanging around on her blog for a while checking out all her other items.

I adore Monkeys and never thought about crocheting some of my own. My imagination is going crazy with all the colors I can make. Author has written an easy to understand pattern for those that might get a little confused she has taken the time to include a pattern. I will be making a lot of crochet stuff animals. Nice gifts that new parents wouldn't have to worry what products are used. I plan on a nice cotton and organic stuffing

I love the story of this little monkeys evolution. The designer included pictures of her various incarnations, and shes rightthis last version is much cuter! The instructions are very well written and there is a photo montage at the bottom of the page. There is also an instructional video, but be advised that it is a very long CAL and covers much more than just the monkeys.

My mom just gave me my teddy bear that I had when I was little (yes, that several decades ago!) and it looks remarkably like these patterns, especially in the face. It looks really easy to make and I can use up some of my scrap yarn and make them really colorful!

I made this monkey for my son, he loves it. The pattern is very easy to follow, even for one like me that has the hard time to read patterns. I had difficult time with the mouth since is a small part to crochet but otherwise is easy to make it. If you are looking for something fun for gift this is the perfect gift.

my son would love this monkey. He has a soft spot for stuffed toys. and i see that there's other animal stuffies as well linked on the pattern page. Awesome!

These are too freaking cute! My kids would love these. They could be done in different colors based on their favorites.

My new twin grandsons are called the little monkeys all the time so what better to make for them? I can make them in either different colors or put each little guys initial in the ear so we know which one belongs to which twin. Thank you sharing this great pattern and for free to boot!

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I just love these cute little monkeys! Thanks for sharing them!


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