Jan 18, 2011

New Pattern: Baby Sock Monkey

I was asked some time ago to make a miniature baby sock monkey.
I LOOOVE sock monkeys!!
Even if I have never had one I think that they are so funny.
The customer was so happy with her new baby sock monkey, that I thought I could make a pattern out of it.
The one I made was smaaaaaller than the one of the new pattern, but as you know I am insane when I challenge myself in going smaller and smaller.
This one is crocheted with a 0.8mm hook and #12 cotton thread and is very easy to make (or so I suppose).
The worst part of making it was taking pictures!
It's a week since we have fog here and even if outside there's a nice light, taking pictures inside is a nightmare!
Finally here is what I came up with:





14 comments:

  1. Es un monito maravilloso, me encanta!!
    besitos ascension

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  2. I just love this. It's adorable!

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  3. Toooooo c-Ute!

    ♥Anita
    Courage is the power to let go of the familiar. --Raymond Lindquist
    http://aseknc.blogspot.com/

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  4. I discover your blog and your creations are amazing!! Such a talent!
    I'm going to talk about you on my blog!!

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  5. Your miniatures are so great I have become one of your followers. I also make miniatures. Please visit my blog. http://weelittlewest.blogspot.com/

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  6. OMG this sockmonkey is so adorable! How do you make these? They are so adorable!

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  7. do u share the patterns for this?

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    1. It is on sale in my Etsy shop, take a peek:
      https://www.etsy.com/listing/66185831/pdf-pattern-amigurumi-crochet-tutorial

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  8. I want to learn how to crochet, expressly to make these for my kindergarteners. We are the monkey classroom.
    How do I get instructions?

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    1. Thank you so much for asking. As I previous said it is on sale in my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/listing/66185831/pdf-pattern-amigurumi-crochet-tutorial
      If you are new to crochet you could try to work it with worsted weight yarn and a bigger hook and then go smaller and smaller.

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