What is a crochet-a-long?
Crochet-a-long or – CAL is when a pattern is split into a few parts, and each section of the pattern is released on different dates set by the designer. Crochet-a-long is a fun project for people to finish over a certain amount of time.
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SIZE: If you use the recommended size hook and yarn weight the pattern provides, the Fox will be around 28cm/11 inches. The Fox can be bigger or smaller, depending on yarn and hook, but that is the fun part about Amigurumi; no test swatches are needed.
SKILLS: This is a beginner-friendly pattern of basic crochet are needed. Magic ring, Single crochet, increase and decrease. You will make the limbs first for this pattern as it is a no-sew pattern for the limbs. You can attach the limbs afterward.
The yarn and tools you will need for the crochet-a-long
- Colour A: Orange main color 70g
- Colour B: black for paws 30g
- Colour C: white for body, nose, and tip of tail 30g
- Colour D: Red for scarf 20g
The yarn I used: Raeesah 100% cotton double knit / light worsted weight yarn/ 8ply
- stuffing 12mm
- safety eyes (optional)
- stitch marker
- tapestry needle
- 3 mm crochet hook
How will you get the parts for the Fox crochet-a-long?
The Fox pattern will be divided into three different parts. Because it is a no-sew limb, we will start with the arms and legs. The second part will be the body, and the third part will be all the added details, the muzzle, ears, tail, and scarf.
THE TIME FRAME:
25 Jan – 29 Jan: All four limbs.
30Jan – 3 Feb: The body.
4Feb- 9Feb: The muzzle, ears, tail, and the scarf.
If you don’t want to follow along for the CAL, but want the pattern, sign up for the newsletter or join the Facebook group for special discount code to purchase the pattern ahead of time on the 24th of January.
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