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11
Crochet Stuffed Pig Toys Pattern
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Stuffed Pigs & Pudgy Pal Pattern Release

WHO DOESN’T LOVE A GOOD PIG?

So usually when I’m ready to start a new pattern I pull from a long list of ideas for patterns I’ve been wanting to make. But lately I’ve been watching a bunch of movies with my kids that have had really cute pigs in them and I randomly decided I just had to make a stuffed pig. So I pushed back all my other projects and designed these pig toys!

 

Crochet Pig Toys

 

One thing I have had on my list is to start a line of irresistibly squishy mini stuffed toys called Pudgy Pals. I’ve got a ton of different little animals in mind for these but hadn’t put any plans into motion yet. So I figured why not add to my pattern some Piglet Pudgy Pals. Isn’t their chubbiness just too cute? So many of my patterns require a decent time commitment so I’m hoping my fans enjoy having some projects that will work up quickly.

 

Crochet Pig Pudgy Pals Pattern

 

 

 

HANDS OFF MY PIGGIES!

As is usually the case, I use my kids as an indication of whether I’ve come up with a good pattern or not. According to the number of times I had to tell my kids to keep their hands off my piggies, I think we have a winner. In fact, my baby was so determined to get his own pudgy little hands on my Pudgy Pals that my husband finally said, “maybe you need to just give in & let him keep one”. So my little man is the proud new owner of a little pig pudgy pal. And of course I had to take some pictures of him with his new piggy. And of course I’m going to post way more pictures than necessary because I love showing off my cute little guy (sorry the pictures aren’t great! Sometimes that’s just what happens with candid picture taking)

 

 

 

 

WHAT’S IT GOING TO TAKE TO MAKE THESE PIG TOYS?

For my piggies I used I Love This Yarn & it required 1 ball of the main color and much less than one ball for the accent color (for one big pig). I also used Caron Simply Soft for the detail work (which I always do and recommend everyone else do! Red Heart Soft works well too). You will also need some Polyester Fiberfill. The pudgy pals don’t require anything to weigh them down, but I like adding weight to mine. If you’d like to add weight, you can grab some Polypropylene beans to put in yours. I stick mine inside a knee high nylon before putting them inside my pig toys.

 

 

 

LET’S SUM THINGS UP & GET YOU YOUR DISCOUNT CODE!

This pattern is considered EASY as it is made up of basic stitches (the only one you may need to look up is back post single crochet. If you don’t already know how to do that, YouTube can be a great teacher!). I make my patterns very detailed to take the guess-work out of it for ya. Get your pattern for 20% off through 7/11/17 (at midnight Mountain Time). Just use the code PIGGIELOVE here on my website, or directly from Ravelry at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/stuffed-pig-amigurumi-toy–piglet-pudgy-pals. Enjoy!

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