- 30 pages
- 116 step-by-step photos
- phones/tablets friendly
Please note that this is a crochet pattern (PDF file), but not a toy. The file will be available for download immediately after purchase. This crochet pattern contains a detailed description of how to create Giraffe Ellie, with a great amount of step-by-step photos and a list of necessary materials.
Ellie was the youngest giraffe of the family. Her brothers and sisters often made fun of her because her body was entirely yellow, without any spots. Ellie so badly wanted to look like a real giraffe, but the spots just did not appear. One evening, her brothers poked at her and told Ellie that if she would walk through the dark forest, the spots would appear. The dark forest scared Ellie, but she decided to go there anyway. She woke up early in the morning, seized a bag that she had prepared the night before and went through the dark forest. This was a very shadowy place, weird sounds came from the bushes and the screeches of owls could be heard from between the tree branches, but Ellie bravely moved forward and very soon she came to a forest glade filled with colourful flowers. Feeling like making a wreath of flowers, Ellie started to collect them. Once her wreath was ready, she put it on her head and took a look in the puddle. In the reflection, she saw not only these beautiful flowers on her head, but also three spots on her stomach! The air smelled of storm. Somewhere over the horizon, the clouds thundered.
And all of a sudden, Ellie woke up with a start in her bed. She saw a flash of lighting outside the window, and then she noticed near her bed the bag that she had prepared the night before. “Oh no!”, Ellie thought. She jumped out of her bed, ran to the mirror and… a big smile appeared on her face. There were three brown spots on her stomach and a beautiful wreath of flowers of different colours on her head!
Giraffe Ellie is a design toy, created specially for “AradiyaToys Design” collection.
This pattern is for personal use only. Sharing information from this pattern is prohibited. If you publish the photos of the toys you made with this pattern, crediting the author is always welcome.
Photo(s) by Olka Novytska.
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