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Crochet Woodland Animals

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Having had a number of knitting projects lately (remember all those bobble hats?), I recently had the urge to pick up a crochet hook again.

It would have to be a quick make as I have too many things on the go to commit to another lengthy project, so I decided on a little crocheted animal from this gift box given to The Boys at Christmas – their little fingers are just not yet nimble enough to cope with something quite this fiddly.

The “Woodland Crochet” box by Kristen Rask, includes a book, hook and all the yarn needed to complete two of the animals, one of which is a sweet little fox that worked up in a couple of leisurely evenings.

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I was happy because it looked exactly like it does in the book!

woodland animals crochet book

I snapped the eyes on to the white bit instead of the orange bit so they stand out more.

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The whole thing only stands about four inches high and currently languishes on top of the pianola.

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The tail acts as a stand, enabling the fox to stay balanced upright with ease.

crochet fox back

The cute little upturned mouth appears to be a smile and gives him a happy expression – always essential on a soft toy, in my opinion:)

crochet fox head

I might attempt the owl next – there’s something about owls which makes them quite endearing.

crochet owl

Of course, it’s Easter on Sunday – I wonder if I’ve got time to make the bluebird and her tiny chick?

crochet bird

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40 thoughts on “Crochet Woodland Animals

  1. He is super cute, I bet the boys love him. It is so satisfying to make a project like this that comes together fairly quickly and turns out looking so good. When I was little I used to crochet but the only thing that anyone made back then were those crocheted squares of multi coloured wool that you then stitched together into a blanket. Nowadays there are so many gorgeous projects to try your hand at.

    Debbie x

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  2. Ohhh he is soooo adorable! Now I neeed that book! The bluebird would be lovely next

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  3. Adorable – voting you go for the birdies!
    Happy Easter, Lovely πŸ°πŸ’

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  4. How adorable! Have a lovely Easter!

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  5. Oh wow they are awesome! Wish I had the co-ordination for crochet! Have a fab easter x

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  6. Aw, so cute, and you really do need the chicks for Easter 🐣🐣🐣🐣

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  7. Love them! I’ve been seeing some really cute crochet animal patterns lately. I think I need to learn how to crochet!

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  8. Awww the fox came out so cute.. I am glad!! I know the other ones will be just precious! When you do the birds be sure to do two babies. Don’t want the baby to be all alone. LOL I will keep my eyes peeled for more of those kits. They are super cute.

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    • Thanks Robin, the birds are done already as I had a free morning today. I only made one chick though, but she won’t be lonely when the two eggs have hatched!

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  9. Aww, they are just the cutest! Mr. Fox came out great, can’t wait to see the owl πŸ™‚

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  10. So cute! What a lovely little set πŸ™‚

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  11. So sweet! Would love to see how the owl turns out, too (why is there no owl emoji?!)

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  12. I don’t know what it is about crochet animals but they always look cuter than knitted ones. Which is a shame as I only knit.

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    • I agree, crocheted animals look better than knitted ones – maybe it’s the more textured nature of crochet? Crochet is definitely easier to shape than knitting, too.

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  13. Aww how long did he take you to make? Crazy how you call that a quick project. You’d probably finish before I figure out how to hold a crochet hook haha!

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  14. Cute. Hope the boys have forgiven you for stealing their kit.

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  15. OMGoodness sooo Cute!!! Hope you all had a lovely Easter and the Bunny left lots of goodies?! ; -)

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  16. What charming little creatures! I love the fox and mamma bird with her chick. Super cute, make!

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  17. Aw how cute! Love the owl & chick too. I hope you had a great Easter πŸ™‚

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  18. Too cute! Wouldn’t they be nice as keychains/keyfobs?

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