These little animals I created from a 1 piece oblong. Approx 36 stitches by 44 rows in 8 ply, but adjust to suit your tension and yarn ply. Stitced up and lightly filled with polyester you have a small oblong . Then a few stitches right through to form features, and finish with some embroidered facial features. I have stitched a band on the back so they can be slipped over the childs wrist. Use your imagination to turn out your own creations

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Comment by Pam Antink on September 26, 2014 at 7:01am

Very cuddable!

Comment by Mary Anne Fellows on September 26, 2014 at 6:43am
I love them!! The main reason I never manage to finish my crocheted dolls is that I get frustrated with all the little arms and legs....this is perfect! Thank you for sharing!! (Love your little kitty faces!!)
Comment by Amy on September 26, 2014 at 5:45am

These are amazing!  Great job.

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