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When my Mom asked me to crochet an amigurumi horse for my niece Savannah, I knew just what pattern I wanted to try. We wanted something huggable – and adorable. Something suitable for a 1-year old.
Crochet Bucket List Project: Lucky the Amigurumi Horse
I chose this pattern:
Designer: Little Muggles
Pattern: Lucky the Amigurumi Horse
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This pattern was very well written and easy to follow.
The pattern comes with complete written instructions and a photo tutorial to explain how to crochet the colour changes neatly.
I used the recommended yarn and hook: Lion Brand Yarns, Vanna’s Choice Solids and a 4.00 mm crochet hook.
The finished horse measured approximately 8.5″ tall.
The mane took a little bit of time to complete but it was easy to do – just a bit time consuming because the mane is created one strand at a time.
I actually found the mane fun to make – I felt a bit like a hairdresser. I spent a little while trimming it with my scissors, adding an extra strand here and there – to get it just the way I wanted it 😉
Everyone who saw the horse loved it!
Savannah seems to love him too!
I recommend this pattern for anyone who loves horses 🙂
The finished project is perfect for children and makes a fantastic gift.
If you would like to try one of Little Muggles Free Crochet Patterns – she has a number of lovely ones for you to choose from!
Here are three of my favourites:
Buttons the Mouse by Little Muggles
Little New Year Snake by Little Muggles
Sheldon Turtle by Little Muggles
For those of you looking for an extra special Little Muggles Premium Pattern I love:
and Gordy the Goat
If you would like to see the other projects I have crocheted as part of my Crochet Bucket List Project you can view them here: