Crochet Pig Stuffie Pattern

Crochet Pig Stuffie Pattern

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Crochet Pig Stuffie

Crochet Pig Stuffie

Crochet Pig Stuffie Pattern

The third friend of the Fat Cat is the Crochet Pig Stuffie. I will call him Hammy and love him forever and ever.

Like the Fat Cat and Unicorn, the pattern is the same until the 4″ in the middle are complete. Then, it takes a different course of action with a taller headline.

The hoofs are the same as the unicorn and there is a little wiggly tail at the back too!

It’s pretty sickening adorable!

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Free Pattern: Crochet Pig Stuffies

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Crochet Unicorn Stuffie Pattern

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Crochet Unicorn Stuffie

The Crochet Unicorn Stuffie is a new friend to the Fat Cat Stuffies. Shaped almost the same and is the same size. There are similar elements to the pattern but also additional pattern add on like clover hoofs, curly hair aka mane, and of course, the iconic horn.

Can’t you just see this being gifted to a loved one or just in your own home for a bit of cheery decor?

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Free Pattern: Crochet Unicorn Stuffie

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Crochet Fat Cat Stuffies

Crochet Fat Cat Stuffies

Crochet Fat Cat Stuffie

The Crochet Fat Cat Stuffies is a free pattern and is one of the newest patterns available on Yarnspirations.

It’s using Bernat Baby Crushed Velvet and Bernat Baby Velvet Yarn. The cat is so soft, it’s just a wonderful crochet pattern to do.

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Free Pattern: Fat Cat Stuffies

The body is larger than you might imagine and I did improvise a bit making the legs, arms and tail longer. I also made the eyes the same instructions as the body from rounds 1 – 4 using the solid blue and used safety eyes instead.

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