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Duke the Wolf Amigurumi

This adorable amigurumi wolf is ready for the holiday! Are you? Even though wolves can be a bit intimidating, don’t worry! This little guy is anything but scary! All he’s thinking about is to rest and have fun with friends! And did you know that in this pattern the head and arms of the wolf are crocheted to the body instead of being sewn to it?

Duke the Wolf Amigurumi

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Zebra Trophy Head Crochet Pattern

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 Crochet and 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."Zebra Trophy Head Crochet Pattern

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Crochet Hook 4.5 mm hook, D/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge 14 sts and 15 rows to 4in (10cm) over double crochet using a 4.5mm hook

Finished Size Approximately 23in (58cm) from the tip of the nose to the base

Cuddles the Crochet Unicorn

Learn how to crochet a unicorn with this lovely little pattern for babies. This free crochet pattern uses Bernat baby blanket yarn, making the final product extra cuddly and perfect for little ones. Additionally, this pattern uses a yarn design for the eyes instead of plastic pieces, ensuring that it is safe for even the littlest cuddlers. Crochet animal patterns like this unicorn make fantastic baby shower gifts.

From the Blogger: "Cuddles is made up of 9 elements - four legs, body, head, two ears and horn. You can work them in any order you like! Before each element is complete, you will need to add stuffing (before the opening is too small). Once each element is complete, I recommend attaching them in this order - front legs to body, head, back legs, ears and horn. Once you have attached all of the elements, bring cuddles to life by embroidering the eyes and adding a mane and tail!"Cuddles the Crochet Unicorn

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