I was pretty eager to write this post, because Flam is finished for a week already. But the Halloween pattern was important too and I had to write down Flam’s pattern first anyway.
Here he is. My fox amigurumi is called Flam (fl-ah-m), because of his flame-ish colour.
What do you think? I think he resembles the sketch quite well. After I made the head, I printed the sketch in the size my fox doll should become. Throughout the whole process I’ve used the sketch as a guideline.
Sketch versus doll:
I hope this crochet fox will be as popular as my bear. He is, for sure, a playful fellow. To make him bendable, I have used pipe cleaners, but without them he is flexible as well and feels more soft. It is up to you which feel you prefer. The white belly was a bit of a kerfuffle to crochet, because it’s complicated to get a nice round shape. It took me almost ten bodies to get it right, but I love how it turned out.
Info about this crochet fox pattern.
This crochet fox is 8,3 inch/ 21 cm tall, made with a worsted weight (fuzzy) yarn, hook E US/ 3,5 mm. The pattern is written in standard American crochet terms. Info about the size, yarn, materials you need etc. are written in the pattern. The crochet fox pattern also includes a clear description of how to attach the fox and example pictures. You can find the crochet fox pattern in my shop and in my Ravelry shop. You can also order it directly form me here.
Here are some more pictures of my crochet fox pattern.
Have fun crocheting your fabulous fox!