Penguin Bowling Pins

Penguin Bowling Pins

Penguin Bowling Pins
Penguin Bowling Pins

Using this amazing free crochet pattern you can make your child these Penguin Bowling Pins so she can play her own game of bowling. This is an adorable idea and she won't get hurt. Make your child's new toy the talk of the town!

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

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

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Why did I have to see this? Now I have to make a set for my two year old twin grand sons. They will really love it. I also have an idea that they will end up using them as cuddle toys instead. Everything ends up in their beds. Thank you for sharing.

This is an adorable project, but having made similar crafts in the past, I have a few suggestions. First off, I cant remember the last time I saw an actual yogurt lid. Secondly, if you just use fiberfill stuffing, the penguins are too light to stay standing. How about using metal ends from large canned biscuit (like Grands), and a double baggie of sand at the bottom?

why can't I print off a crochet pattern (artic penquin bowling pins with ball by heather for bittersweet) without all the ads and the blog comments? thanks

I love the pattern and I want to make them for a christmas gift,I have togetinck for my printer so I cancopy it out,byIsaved thepattern.You are great and thanks for shareing the pattern,Ilove making toys for adults and kids.You don't happen to have the "Chicken Breadbasket pattern" do you from say the late 70's early 80's it fitsover a basket when done,and the wingslift up so you can get to the goodies in the basket,the tail was done in a ripple crochet.Isure would love to find that pattern.Keep up the good work my friend .

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