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Narwhal Ragdoll Crochet Pattern

By: Stephanie Pokorny from crochetverse.com
Narwhal Ragdoll Crochet Pattern
Narwhal Ragdoll Crochet Pattern
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Add to your amigurumi crochet collection with this adorable narwhal ragdoll crochet pattern! Your menagerie won’t be complete without this happy little aquatic unicorn! The cute pattern is sure to please, whether you’re hooking for a friend’s ocean-themed nursery or employing your crochet skills to help facilitate your kiddo’s interest in marine biology or even just giving yourself a project that puts as big of a smile on your face as Norbert the Narwhal has on his! He’ll fast become your favorite new accent pillow!

Intermediate

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook, N/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Finished SizeHe is about 13″ wide x 9″ tall; including the horn, he is about 14″ tall.

Materials List

  • About 75 yards super bulky yarn in blue
  • About 10-15 yards each of super bulky yarn in white, gray, and pink
  • About 10-15 yards each of regular worsted yarn in black and white
  • Small amount of stuffing such as poly-fil
  • Scissors and tapestry needle
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Narwhals have fascinated me ever since I read that their cast off horns were the probable origin of the unicorn. This adorable ragdoll is worked in blanket yarn, but you could work a smaller version using regular worsted. Im thinking of working up this entire set and only closing part so I can use it as a hand puppet instead.

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