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My youngest sister suggested that I make a crocodile because she thought it would be cool. So this is what I came up with. I spent lots of time working on him to get the look pictured. I think I might spend some more time later tweaking him a bit to get a cleaner look.
I used Sharon's basic pattern for the Little Bigfoot Collection as a starting point, and then changed it up to get the look I wanted.
He is 2.25" tall.
Check out Amigurumi Animals to see other animals I have made in a similar fashion. Or continue reading below for the pattern on how I made him.
This project is worked in continuous rounds, unless otherwise stated.
I used a 1.6mm hook and crochet cotton (I am guessing it is somewhere between sizes 3-10). This produced a 2.25" tall animal. If you used a 3.75mm hook and worsted-weight yarn, that would produce a 5"-6" animal approximately. So long as you use a hook size with a yarn that produces hole-less and tight stitches, you are good to go!
Now that you have all your pieces, it is time to put them together.
Sew the body to the head. Then sew the arms, legs and tail to the body.
Next, embroider a mouth and teeth onto the muzzle.
Sew the eyes onto the eyelids. Then sew them onto the top of the muzzle. Finally, sew muzzle onto the head, and tack the back of the eyes to the head.
If you find any mistakes in the pattern, or need help, please feel free to write them in the comments section below.
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