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Christmas crochet is an exciting activity. It's a time to create holiday home decor and unique gifts. You can get in the festive spirit with this Adorable Holiday Deer Free Crochet Pattern. It is soft and cuddly. It will delight both you and your kids with his cheerful personality. It will look great on a shelf or even perched in the branches of your Christmas tree. It would make a wonderful gift for any age. Thanks Spin a Yarn Crochet for sharing the wonderful free crochet patterns. The links for the free patterns are provided below photos. Happy crocheting.
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Want a unique looking deer? Line this deer amigurumi pattern with the other crochet deer patterns and it will surely stand out!
As compared to the previous crochet deer patterns, this one looks more firm and more detailed. Did you see those perfectly shaped ears and those detailed limbs?
Even though this pattern is highly detailed, the pattern is intended for beginners. In fact, it has 24 pages of detailed instructions with high-quality pictures of the process.
Just like other amigurumi pieces, you have to know how to crochet in rounds and how to make a magic ring. As it is targetted for beginners, you'll only be using the basic stitches.
It is important to note, though, that the scarf is a knitted piece. If you are also a knitter, you'll be needing the purl and knit stitch for the scarf.
However, feel free to make a crochet scarf instead if you don't really knit.
Learn how to crochet an adorable bunny with this lovely and cute crochet amigurumi pattern. This lovely little crochet animal is worked up in Patons Wool Roving Yarn and is especially cuddly. This cutie is the perfect project for a new baby or toddler.
From the Designer:"Layla is the newest addition to the B.hooked Crochet family of free patterns and she's definitely one of the brightest! I had so much fun creating her. She is the cutest crochet bunny around! Crochet stuffed animals, or amigurumi as it's often referred to as is one of my favorite forms of crochet. It's so neat watching all the pieces come together and it leaves so much room for creativity. When crafting Layla, I had sweet and simple in mind. I wanted to create a bunny that looks professional but is easy to crochet. She came together in about 5 short evenings of crochet so you have plenty of time to make a few Easter Layla’s of your own!"
Meet Emil, the cute preemie octopus crochet pattern. Do you crochet for charity? Have you heard about preemie octopus before? They're cute little amigurumi octopus (or jellyfish) suffed toys. Yes, they are adorable but that's not all. Scientific research has shown they actually help preemies get better. “The purpose of the crocheted octopuses is to promote comfort and development for the pre-term babies while in the hospital. The tentacles of the soft octos mimic the feel of the umbilical cord in their tiny hands and have been found to soothe the babies and help prevent them from pulling on wires and tubes.” Octopus for a Preemie-US Project Ambassador Randi Palm of Lonsdale Emil is an easy, beginner-friendly plush crochet octopus pattern. Only single crochet stitches are used throughout the pattern. Guidelines on size and construction were followed to be sure you can donate your crochet octopus to charity.