Pig Pattern

Pigs are awesome animals - curious, social, intelligent. And here's my crocheted version. My farm animal collection is slowly growing, but I am still missing quite a few - a horse, a goat and a cow are already on my list, maybe even some more exotic animals like alpacas or ostriches.

Amigurumi Pig Pattern // Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

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Crochet Kits

I've gotten so many questions about where to buy yarn, safety eyes, joints and requests to help out and put together kits with all the materials needed, so anyone can recreate the toys I have made. So, here they are - kits for my most popular patterns.

Amigurumi crochet kits // Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

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Donkey Pattern

I have a new pattern to share with you today! My little farm animals family is slowly growing, the latest addition being this sweet donkey.

Pattern: 4-way jointed donkey // Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

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Teeny-Tiny Alpaca Sheep

I have always loved miniature amigurumi, especially ones that are made with very fine yarn, so they are really cute and tiny, but still have a lot of detail. Working with finer yarns does take a bit more effort, but it's so worth it.

Small amigurumi sheep pattern // Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

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Smaller version of the sheep pattern

When I first published my sheep pattern, it quickly became (and still is) the most popular one. It's one of my all time favorites as well – I love the textured and fluffy fabric the bobble stitches create. But it does take a long time to make. So, when you guys suggested I make a smaller version, I immediately thought it was a great idea and now I finally found the time to actually finish writing the pattern.

Crochet pattern: Small amigurumi sheep // Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

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Small Bobble Sheep

I found this sweet little bobble sheep pattern by Emma Field from Just Add Crochet. I really loved making it, I see a lot of my scrap yarn turning into sheep in near future. 

Free amigurumi pattern: Small bobble sheep // Emma Fields (justaddcrochet.co.uk

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