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Our top 10 sheep knitting patterns!

Category:
Amigurumi, Animals, Children, Crochet, Decorations, Easter, One-ball
Author:
Molly Todd
19 Feb 2015
Our top 10 sheep knitting patterns!

According to the Chinese zodiac, 2015 is the year of every knitter’s favourite animal: the sheep! To celebrate Chinese New Year on February 19th, we’ve rounded up ten of our favourite knitted and crocheted sheep knitting patterns. You’ll be crafting your own flock in no time!

1) Baa-bara the sheep

Who could resist this little lady? (Get the pattern for free here on the LK website)

2) Fuzzy Mitten Lamb

Too cute! Why not make your new pal a whole wardrobe, too? (Find the free pattern by Barbara Prime on Ravelry)

3) Knitted Sheep in Woolly Land

Complete with an adorable story sure to put a smile on anyone’s face! (The free pattern is available from Flutterby Patch)

4) Fluffy little sheep

The perfect stash-busting project for using up all those scraps of yarn. (Lion Brand has the free pattern)

5) Moss the sheep

So-called because he’s knitted in moss stitch! (Head over to Fluff and Fuzz to buy the pattern)

6) Bobble sheep

Prefer crochet to knitting? Then you’ll love this cutie with his textured coat! (You can buy the pattern from engsidrun.spire.ee)

7) Shorn the Sheep

Don’t forget to make his favourite friend, Sharon, to keep him company! (This crochet pattern is free from Look What I Made)

8) Lambert

No one will be able to resist this fluffy fellow! (Head over to All About Ami for the free crochet pattern)

9) Fluufie

Remember to take extra care when crocheting with furry yarn, as it can be tricky to see the stitches. (Momomints has the free pattern)

10) Crochet lambs

Brilliant for adding a woolly touch to any room. (Try the free pattern from Repeat Crafter Me)

Have you knitted or crocheted a sheep for Chinese New Year? Share your pics with us on Twitter and Facebook!

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19 Feb 2015

Our top 10 sheep knitting patterns!

Our top 10 sheep knitting patterns!

According to the Chinese zodiac, 2015 is the year of every knitter’s favourite animal: the sheep! To celebrate Chinese New Year on February 19th, we’ve rounded up ten of our favourite knitted and crocheted sheep knitting patterns. You’ll be crafting your own flock in no time!

1) Baa-bara the sheep

Who could resist this little lady? (Get the pattern for free here on the LK website)

2) Fuzzy Mitten Lamb

Too cute! Why not make your new pal a whole wardrobe, too? (Find the free pattern by Barbara Prime on Ravelry)

3) Knitted Sheep in Woolly Land

Complete with an adorable story sure to put a smile on anyone’s face! (The free pattern is available from Flutterby Patch)

4) Fluffy little sheep

The perfect stash-busting project for using up all those scraps of yarn. (Lion Brand has the free pattern)

5) Moss the sheep

So-called because he’s knitted in moss stitch! (Head over to Fluff and Fuzz to buy the pattern)

6) Bobble sheep

Prefer crochet to knitting? Then you’ll love this cutie with his textured coat! (You can buy the pattern from engsidrun.spire.ee)

7) Shorn the Sheep

Don’t forget to make his favourite friend, Sharon, to keep him company! (This crochet pattern is free from Look What I Made)

8) Lambert

No one will be able to resist this fluffy fellow! (Head over to All About Ami for the free crochet pattern)

9) Fluufie

Remember to take extra care when crocheting with furry yarn, as it can be tricky to see the stitches. (Momomints has the free pattern)

10) Crochet lambs

Brilliant for adding a woolly touch to any room. (Try the free pattern from Repeat Crafter Me)

Have you knitted or crocheted a sheep for Chinese New Year? Share your pics with us on Twitter and Facebook!

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