This weeks free patterns that have to do with animals. I love all animals and have 3 Chi's of my own. We named them after the Peanuts Gang. We have Charlie, Linus and Lucy. They really are my lovies and great therapy for me. I would be lost without them!!
Mazkwok has this adorable little amigurumi pattern. I have yet to try amigurumi, but after seeing this I just may have to.
Posh Pooch has this cute little Chiuhahua Purse. We all know how much I love little Chi's. This would make some little girl so happy. It measures 7.5 inches across. You can also just use the center part and make a cute little pillow.
Posh Pooch - Chihuahua Beanie Hat is another easy pattern. This beanie is adorable. I can imagine this is so many different color combos. What a fun idea.
Stitchin Mommy has this ever so cute bunny lovey blanket. This would be great for a baby shower. It is an intermediate pattern.
The Stitchin Mommy also has this BEAUTIFUL fox hat. The eyes caught my attention on this one. How adorable. This hat is also an intermediate pattern.
Lisa Auch has this amazing bird pattern. Birds and Owls are my favorite things to look at. I wish I had known this pattern existed when my daughter got married. This would have been a great addition.
Lisa Auch has this frog pattern that I am going to create for my inside garden. What a cute pattern. Did you know there are 4800 recorded species of frogs and that they are carnivores?
MandaLynns Crochet has this bunny applique that could be used on anything like a hat, sweater, purse...be creative with it. Did you know that a male rabbit is called a buck, a female is called a doe and a baby is called a kitten?
Penguin Hat from Stitchin Mommy This is an easy pattern to follow and create. Make it a boy or a girl. Did you know the largest species is the Emperor Penguin. They can stand about 3 feet 7 inches and can weigh 77 lbs or more? Have fun creating!!
Crochet By Jennifer has this adorable bonnet. The lion or lioness is so cute and this picture is amazing.
So this weeks Stockpile was fun and I have learnt a few facts about some animals I didn't know. I hope that you enjoy these patterns and have fun making them.
Keep Calm and Crochet On....
Until next time,
Sheri Ann Weber