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 (

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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 (

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Bobble sheep

There are all kinds of different and wonderful sheep breeds out there with all kinds of fur, but when I think of sheep, I always imagine the fluffy ones with curly wool and dark heads.

Crochet pattern: Amigurumi sheep // Kristi Tullus (

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Cotton rattles.

A few cotton rattles, crocheted around plastic eggs from Kinder Surprise chocolate eggs, with glass beads inside.