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Sleepy Fennec Fox Amigurumi

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Sleepy Fox Amigurumi »
by Adorably Kawaii

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Category Crocheting
Type Toy
Yarn Weight Worsted (10 ply)
Sizing Infant / Baby
Style Cute
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What hooks or other tools did you use? US E-4/3.50mm

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What materials did you use? Worsted weight yarn

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? I used the Sleepy Fox Amigurumi pattern and made modifications such as making the ears wider and the eyes set lower.

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Is there a pattern I could use/buy for this adorable little fox? I would really love to make one!! :)

05/23/2013 Flag

love this project, I'm waiting for the pattern

11/17/2013 Flag

how did you get the pattern ???

03/24/2014 Flag

How can I get this pattern

07/31/2014 Flag

This is adorable. I want this pattern!

09/04/2014 Flag

I've just finished crochet up all the parts. I could find an 8ply (DK) in orange so he's turning out pretty small. I have a few things I'd like to mention: Firstly, I'd love to be able to just print out the written part of the instructions without all the photos, so that then I don't have to sit at the computer all day, but can take it away and sit somewhere comfortable or outside. I tried to copy and paste just the text but it wouldn't allow it. So if you can create version with just text for this purpose would be wonderful! Secondly when I did the double crochet parts on the tail the gap between them is too large, even though I did it as tight as I could, and the white poly stuffing is too visible for it to look nice. You mention in the pattern something about weaving the yarn through? I am not sure what you mean by this. Do you mean in and out of these dc stitches to fill in the gaps? Would love some help with this. Thanks.

08/15/2015 Flag