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Tiny Mr Pig

By: Layla Smith from
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Tiny Mr Pig

"A cute tiny pig amigurumi. Smaller then a UK 2 pence piece! He even has a curly piggy tail. He's a quick project, I made mine in an hour! You could use him as a key chain, good luck charm or whatever you like. I have used sparkly crochet thread no 10, and a 1.25mm hook. If you want a bigger pig, use the same pattern but with thicker yarn and a bigger hook. Always use a hook 1 size smaller then what recommended on the yarn label."


Crochet Hook10 or 1.3 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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Piggy is adorable! Be warned that if you live in the US, you will need to translate this from the original UK terms. If you decide to use larger yarn, be mindful of the designers tip to use the next hook size DOWN from that recommended for the yarn. And finally, is that an old English copper penny next to Mr. Pig?

Hi, thank you for your comments. the pattern is written in uk terms, but I have got a handy conversion chart on my blog. see link Also, yes that is a uk 1 penny peice! https// == t/2016/04/24/Stitch-conversion-and-abbreviations

My son always loves tiny crocheted animals like this one. While it is a bit more difficult for those of us who have difficulty working with small hooks and on small items, these are quite cute when they are finished. They are great as keychain decorations or charms as well.

Oh my Gosh, how cute is this little pig? My husband was just teasing me last night saying he was a pot belly pig, we live in the city and they are not aloud. So now I so have to make him this Tiny Mr. Pig! The old saying watch what you ask for.. LOL After reading the simply written pattern, I'm sure I can whip one up in no time. The pig will be a hit in our home, and I'll make it a key chain for him. Way to cute. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.


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