It’s May and flowers are in bloom. You might be tempted to stray away from the path to pick them but be careful, there are wolves around here.
Wolf is the ninth of 12 patterns in my Woodland Critters Series. The pattern comes with instructions on how to make a wolf with jointed or non-jointed limbs, making it great for beginners or experienced crocheters alike.
If the idea of making a wolf scares you don’t worry, there’s nothing to worry about. Wolf isn’t like the ones you see in story books. But if you’re still concerned why don’t you make yourself a harmless mini wolf instead just like LoliFox did with this pattern. You can have a tiny wolf and some tiny handshakes!
After a long wait Turtle is finally here! But please don’t blame turtle, he really did come here as fast as he could. It’s not easy carrying a heavy shell everywhere you go.
Turtle is the 8th of 12 pattern in my Woodland Critters series. With a fully detachable shell you can make one to match any season and change his outfit as often as you like. Here are few styles my awesome pattern testers thought of.
A woodland set of animals wouldn’t be complete without a little bear. Bear is the seventh of 12 patterns in the woodland critter series. Don’t let his big head and calm looks mislead you. He’s quite smart and an expert bee keeper that loves to make wax candles on the side.
A big thanks to my crochet testers. Here are a few of their bears below, as a bit of inspiration!
I know the east coast of the United States is buried in snow right now. But how about a tiny bluebird to keep you thinking of Spring?
Bluebird is the sixth of 12 patterns in my woodland critters series. With just a bit of color changing you could make many types of birds using this design. Take MixedKreations little cardinal as an example. It was created with this pattern and it’s the sweetest thing.
As always, you can find the pattern available on Etsy, Ravelry and Craftsy.