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Bunnies and elephants and sheep, oh my!! OK, so there may be no lions, tigers, or bears, but there sure are some cuddly creatures in this round up. Grab your favorite soft yarn, a hook, and a bog o’ stuffing and start creating a little creature that is sure to be loved!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Chenille Stuffed Easter Bunny – by Kim Guzman
This adorably fuzzy little guy will help you get a “jump” on next Easter!
2) Elephant Bookends by Tamara Kelly
“You could go with pink, blue, stripes… add eyes or tusks…. get creative! I kept these a little more “grown up” so they can go in my craft room, but in the right colors these would be super cute in a nursery or child’s bedroom. I can’t wait to see what you all make!”
3) Shorn the Crochet Sheep – by Anette Bak and Dedri Uys
“This little crochet sheep is another collaboration between the talented Anette Bak and myself. It is part of our Little Zoo Series and I think it might be my new favourite.”
4) Migi the Whale – by Lorene Epploite
“I recently had an order for some hats that would match Little Whale Bedding by Migi. As I was looking at the bedding for inspiration I was struck with the desire to make a little amigurmi whale to add as an extra little gift. I know that my customer will be thrilled with it and that the mom to be will love it even more.”
5) Mini Ami Octopus – by Esshaych
“This week I am happy to bring you one of my more popular patterns from my old blog, Mini Ami Octopi!”
6) Crochet Fox Hat by Amy Ramnarine
“I wanted to make my Fox Hat cute, but different. I worked really hard on this one. I did so many redesigns and hated them all. I finally came up with this one and I really, really like it. I hope you like it too!”
7) Baby Bunny Amigurumi by Celina Lane
“In honor of bunny lovers everywhere, I present to you my Baby Bunny amigurumi pattern. One of these cuties is the size of a tennis ball and works up in about 45 minutes.”
8) Owlet Lovey by Jessie Rayot
“I’ve always found lovies rather adorable. The mix of blankie and stuffie is just too cute for words. So, without further ado, here is my little tutorial for a crocheted owlet lovey.”
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