- Easy to read and suitable for beginners
- Many pictures and detailed explanations
- Uses US crochet terms
Materials you need at home:
- One ball of orange yarn
- Some leftover black yarn
- Some leftover white yarn
- Some leftover blue yarn
- One pair of safety eyes
- Your favourite crochet hook
- Your favourite needle
This is a pattern to make this lovely fox, including the scarf!
The pattern includes many pictures and detailed explanations. It's in PDF format and will be available for download immediately after purchase.
The fox in the picture is made with Stylecraft Special DK yarn on a 2.75 (size C) hook and turned out to be 25 cm tall (about 9.8 inches).
The following stitches are used: Regular stitch, decrease stitch, increase stitch, double crochet stitch
The following methods are used: Crocheting in rounds, starting with a magic circle, making a chain, colour changing, crocheting two rounds into one
Thank you for watching and have a nice day!
Little Bear Crochets
I started crocheting in 2010, after my mother brought home a beautiful pattern book filled with amigurumi designs. She had learned to crochet as a child, but had never used the skill since. We practiced together and I made my first plushie: a horribly weird-looking cat, haha! But I was hooked~
Proudly I showed my works to my grandmother, an avid yarn-lover who had been crocheting for more than 40 years! Her enthousiasm and tips, along with many guides, books and online videos, slowly improved my skills.
In 2015 I started designing my own full size plush animals for the first time: the tall animals series. You can recognise them by their absurdly long bodies and arms. I started my own pattern company called ‘Little Bear Crochets’ and started to sell and publish them. ^^ Designing is hard work (seriously! massages wrists), but it’s great fun and it makes me happy. There are many series living in my head, and I am working hard to get them all into PDFs for everyone to enjoy.
If you like my work, don’t be shy and follow me on my social media, or say hi to me! I also really love seeing the stuffed animals you make from my patterns!
You can always contact me at: etsy.littlebearcrochets [!at] gmail.com
Have a lovely day!