6 cute sheep free crochet patterns, adorable designs from individual talented designers, make them to wear or give as gifts.
Cute and cuddly patterns with a variety of uses, the children in your life will love these beautiful little lamb patterns and I am sure you will enjoy making them.
6 Sheep Free Crochet Pattern Roundup
1) Pink Lamb Amigurumi Pattern – Jane from Jenny and teddy say’s – I just got great news this month that we got a baby boy! So this cute Pinky lamb would be a perfect fit to celebrate.
This cute cuddly lamb made from soft fun fur yarn that you can find in any craft store.
2) Crochet Lamb and bay mobile – Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me say’s – I decided I wanted to make a mobile for my baby girls room. I thought some sweet little lambs would be nice and crochet was the way to go about making them.
Unfortunately these little lambs took a little longer to crochet and put together than I thought they would. But if you are up for a project than this is the one for you!
3) Sheep Ear Muffs – Joanne from craft passion say’s – These sheep earmuffs are made up of loop stitches with 1 inch loop length. The head, ears and legs are single crochet stitches (amigurumi), then sewing all the parts to assemble the sheep then attach the headband to become a earmuffs.
That’s it! Hope your kid finds it warm yet entertaining when wearing the Sheep EarMuffs.
4) Petunia Lambikins Hat – Heidi from Totally Snappy say’s – Last spring I released a lamb stuffie. It is currently being redesigned, but in the meantime look how cute the features are on a hat?
5) Darling Sheep Purse – Kinga from My Hobby is Crochet say’s – After seeing the Lamb Baby Bib I have designed a while back, my little girl told me she would like a sheep crochet purse! I’m happy to introduce you the Darling Sheep Purse!
I hope you will love it as much as she does!
6) Shorn the Crochet Sheep – Dedri from Look What I Made say’s – This little crochet sheep is another collaboration between the talented Anette Bak and myself.
It is part of our little zoo series and I think it might be my new favourite.
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