Who wouldn’t love having a huggable hippopotamus? That may be a hippo-thetical question, but I’m pretty sure the answer is no one. This crochet hippo works up to be 14 inches tall when made with worsted-weight yarn and a 3.5mm hook.
Why do zebras have stripes? Because they don’t want to be spotted. That’s lucky for us, because spots are much harder to crochet in the round! This crochet zebra stands 14 inches tall when made with worsted-weight yarn and a 3.5mm hook.
Are you tired of boring amigurumi patterns? No prob-llama! The Loop Stitch presents a fun challenge for experienced crocheters. This crochet llama stands 17 inches tall when crocheted with a 3.5mm hook and worsted-weight yarn.
Thomas the Tiger can’t change his stripes, but we’d never want him to. They’re a fun colorwork challenge! This crochet tiger stands 13.5 inches tall when made with a 3.5mm hook and worsted-weight yarn.