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PATTERN: Quincy the Small Piglet

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This small piglet is not difficult to crochet and the pattern includes detailed instructions, illustrated with many step-by-step photos, so you can make your own little piggy. Arms and legs are attached using doll joints (or buttons and yarn) to make them movable.

Pattern is written in English using US crochet terminology.

There is a simple free online version of this pattern available on my BLOG.

SIZE
20 cm (8") when crocheted with sport weight yarn and a 2,50 mm hook.

DIFFICULTY
3. Intermediate – includes color changes, small details and simple shaping.

SKILLS REQUIRED
• Crocheting in spiral.
• Crocheting in rounds.
• Chain, slip, and single crochet stitch, back post single crochet stitch
• Increasing and decreasing.

YOU WILL NEED
• Yarn. I used Alize Cotton Gold, a sport weight cotton-acrylic blend, 329 m = 100 g (360 yd = 3.53 oz) / 14 wpi / 2: fine. You will need about 20 g of light pink (#393) and 10 g of dark pink yarn (#265).
2.50 - 3.00 mm crochet hook (US size 2/C – 3/D).
Polyester fiberfill, wool, etc. for stuffing.
8 mm (1/3") safety eyes or buttons, beads, felt etc.
• Two 15 mm (3/5”) and two 12 mm (1/2”) plastic doll joints or safety eyes or buttons and thread.
• Black or dark brown embroidery floss.
• Yarn needle, scissors, stitch marker.

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Copyright info

Copyright © 2012-2024 TÜ Spire. All rights reserved. Contents of this document may not be copied, reproduced, altered, published or distributed in any way. You may sell finished products made with this pattern, I would appreciate a credit as the designer (Kristi Tullus, kristitullus.com).

  • All patterns are written with beginner toy makers in mind and include detailed instructions and useful tips and tricks.

  • All patterns include many step-by-step photos covering the whole process from start to finish, including basic amigurumi techniques.

  • Each pattern purchase also automatically includes a license that allows you to make and sell as many toys as you like.