This Capybara pattern is nice and chunky, at about 8″ (20cm) long. Despite the size, he’s pretty quick to crochet: he’s made in a single color; his head and body are crocheted as one piece, and capys don’t have tails! He has magical shaping built in, and the perfect snooty Capybara nose.
You don't have to travel to your local zoo or take an excursion to South America to see a capybara. Now, you can bring one home with this adorable Amigurumi Crochet Capybara. This pattern creates a plush approximately 15 cm (5.9 inches) tall and 17 cm (6.7 inches) long.
If you've got little zoologists on your hands, then you need to make a crochet project they'll adore! This zebra trophy head is the perfect wall decor for your animal enthusiasts. Soft, cushy, elegant, and cute, this zebra crochet pattern will look stunning mounted on any wall.
From the Blogger: "This pattern by Vanessa Mooncie originally appeared in the book Animal Heads: Trophy Heads to Crochetand is shared with permission from GMC Publications. The direction of the zebra’s stripes is determined by the shaping of the head, crocheted in rounds and short rows. The mane is made by attaching tassels to the stitches and brushing through the yarn to tangle the fibers and help it stand on end."
I’ll admit, I have a kid, but I would cuddle with this plush capybara in to time! Measuring a convenient 15 inches tall in a seated position, this capybara is almost as playful and as social as the real deal.
These adorable capybaras are the perfect companion for any animal lover. Whether you're a fan of these charming rodents or just love cute and cuddly toys, these amigurumi plushies are sure to be a hit. It's the perfect gift for any occasion, or a great addition to your own collection of stuffed animals.
- Designed by Amigurumi Today
Amigurumi Today has so many beautiful toys patterns! I must admit, that this sweet bear is just a timeless classic. The colors is very neutral and on point, his shape is the best, and his eyes are just mesmerizing! The finished size is 15 cm (if you're using the recommended yarn weight and hook size).
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