44 Awesome Crochet Amigurumi Patterns For You Kids for 2019
The holidays may be over, but we still have a bit of winter (at least for us here in Canada), so I thought that this kind of moose that looks so comfortable in his sweater is very pleasant. Check in Bison would be a great model to start the new year! Does not it seem the most comfortable? I have to find a buffalo pullover.
Also, I want to scream Bethany at Whistle and Ivy. She has developed the concept of the Bison Plaid Crochet and animates Plaid every year for a week. His blog contains countless incredible bison check crochet projects, so check out if you’re looking for more inspiration for tiles!
As usual, this pattern is created in the same style as my ragdoll pattern. Individual parts were processed in flat rows and then joined together to give them this unique 2D look. Mr. Moose has 14 separate pieces so much is sewn and joined. This model also includes the technique of tapestry hook (or inlay) and, as mentioned, has a lot of paint work.
The gauge is approximately 30 cm (12 inches) in and out of 25 cm (10 inches) on the forest.
I encourage you to read everything carefully before you start, especially if you do not have much experience with crochet tapestry.