A broader chest and cheeks, a more rugged, shaggy look. Chief has become a real crochet wolf character. He’s now the leader of my forest friends. (They are friends too, they don’t eat each other.)
I told in my last post that it was a little strange to make him, because of the similarities to Flam, the fox. But I’m satisfied with Chief. He looks like a woolen little wolf doll.
I gave this crochet wolf bigger cheeks, by making the head wider at the bottom. Also the light colour of that part of Chief’s head accentuates the cheeks. Chief his muzzle is shaped different and points a bit downwards. His body and limbs are bigger and his tail is less pointy. And that’s what makes him wolf-ish. I wanted to give Chief an accessoire, something original. I made him a triangle shaped scarf, like a little cape. It makes him look very cool.
Meet Chief, my wolf amigurumi.
Without a scarf, this crochet wolf looks almost just as sturdy.
This pattern is for sale in my shop, and in my Ravelry shop. You can also order it directly from me here. Chief is 8,6 inch/22 cm tall. He’s made with 100% wool (a worsted weight yarn). The same kind I always use, from Lopi. The pattern is written in standard American crochet terms. The Chief crochet wolf pattern contains clear instructions of how to make and attach him and a bunch of example pictures.
Have fun with him.