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Pork Chop - Pig and Wild Boar Patterns


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Pig Crochet Pattern - Affectionally named "Pork Chop" We have affectionately named the pig in our Pig Crochet Pattern, "Pork Chop". He is deliciously fun and easy to crochet! He's super cute when crocheted in a couple shades of pinks. Have you seen the little extra details this crocheted pig includes? There are dew claws on the feet, puffy checks and a curly tail, just to name a few. For the hunters in our lives, we've modified "Pork Chop" and mounted his head! Yep, this pattern includes instructions on how to make a Mounted Boar's Head! It's a little crazy, but it's so real looking when crocheted in Brown Angel Hair and with the addition of tusks. This would be perfect in a man's office, study or library. Since it's crocheted, it would even be fun in your craft room! Be sure to name him! This pig crochet pattern includes the following instructions: "Pork Chop" as the stuffed animal. The head of "Pork Chop" mounted. Mounted Boar's Head. Boar as a stuffed animal. Pig Crochet Pattern - "Pork Chop" as a Famous Pig Also included are the FREE instructions from our website: Sweater collar/medal paper pinwheel modification directions for making the Arkansas Razorback mascot This Pig Crochet Pattern can be modified and used to represent a number of famous pigs. As is, "Pork Chop" is a great farm animal. But with a few tweaks, he can be a book character or famous movie star. Here's a short list of famous pigs: MAXWELL, the Geico Pig - give him a pinwheel and watch him squeal "weeeeee" all the way home. NAPOLEON from Animal Farm - have him stand on his hind feet and give him some clothes. PIGLET from Winnie the Pooh - dress him in a striped pink shirt and have him stand on his hind feet. PORKY PIG from Looney Tunes - dress him in a blue shirt and red tie and have him stand on his hind feet. TUSK, the Arkansas Razorbacks mascot - crochet him in red with a black sweater. WILBURfrom Charlotte's Web - give him an award winning collar. Pig Crochet Pattern - The Details Like our other patterns, this Pig Crochet Pattern includes lots of photos, detailed written instructions, checkboxes to mark your progress, materials list, gauge info and more. Skill Level: Easy "Pork Chop" measures 10? in length x 5 1/2? tall x 3 3/4? wide. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY crochet in the round increase, decrease GAUGE 8 stitches and 9 rows = 2 inches single crochet SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 10" x 5.5" x 4.75"

Supplies Needed

  • pink - 2 skeins, remnant black, eyes (2), remnant dark pink
  • more yarn if making accessories such as collar and shirt

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Yarnovations designs innovative crochet patterns for Yarnivore's. We have quirky and fun crochet designs for the whole family. We are the Yarn Twins, Deborah Bagley and Dana Bincer. We have been crocheting since the mid 1980's...when our grandmother taught us how to crochet. But we didn't honestly crochet much until 2010. We gravitate to fun, whimsical, realistic type designs. Maybe they're a little quirky, too. Mostly, we want to have fun with this craft and inspire others to see how unique and enjoyable crochet can be as well. We do charge a little for our patterns. We purposefully keep the price point low so that more people can enjoy our designs. Though the patterns are economical, the quality of our patterns is top notch. We include photos, gauge info, supply list, special stitch instructions, special notes unique to each pattern, checkboxes next to each row (so you can keep track of what row you've done) and more. All of our purchased patterns are for the buyers eyes only. But we fully grant you permission to sell or give away your finished handiwork. Please credit when you share your homemade items. We wish you many happy hours crocheting and a few pennies in your pocket (if you sell your crocheted items).