Brace yourselves, horse girls and boys, for I have finally made you a pattern! I present to you Windu the crochet horse!
Now that this amigurumi horse is finished, I almost regret I haven’t made a horse sooner. I think it’s not just horse people who will like this majestic cutie. I cannot deny that I have a preference to make small, furry wild animals. Horses are gorgeous and clever but I’ve never been a horse girl. There is a big heathland in our area that we often visit where sheep and cows and two sweet Shetland ponies graze. When we go there, we always call the ponies and they come running to us and we can pet them. They have a gorgeous wild fur, and it is so amusing to see those two characters between the other grazers. But it was when I met the Exmoor ponies in the wetlands close to my home that I got excited about making a horse pattern. I absolutely fell in love with those gorgeous, fuzzy and wild ponies.
Because Exmoor ponies are quite big, I decide I could make a horse pattern instead of a pony, as they look so similar anyway. And it is basically up to us, isn’t it? I mean, Windu could just a well be a Shetland pony as a horse!
When I started working on this crochet horse pattern, I wasn’t sure what colours to use. I decided to go freestyle and see what would happen. When I had created the perfect shape for the head, I knew I wanted a lighter nose and a white triangle shape on the head. When I designed the legs, my idea was to give this horse white socks. But while testing, I discovered a darker foot sole with white on top looked perfect. The pieces of the puzzle fell together and I found that I had created this beautiful horse. I’m especially proud of the shape of the head and the mane. Because the head has a very realistic horse shape, you can use any colour you like to create your own horse. So go ahead crafters, experiment and create your favourite! Here are some more pictures of Windu, and below them you can find info about the pattern and links to buy it.
This lovely fuzzy horse is made with Istex Lett Lopi, a 100% wool with a lot of fuzziness. He is 6 inch / 15.5 cm when sitting.
The pattern is written in US terms and contains a clear and colour-coded description of how to crochet and assemble this animal, with extra illustrations and example pictures at the bottom to help you get everything right. In the pattern you can also find what materials you need, the yarn colour numbers, in short, everything you need to know to make your own horse amigurumi. All the additional information you need to know about this pattern you can find in the shop listings. You can buy this pattern in my shop at Ravelry, Etsy or order it here.
This pattern has a one dollar release discount till Thursday the 13th of December, so get your copy soon!
7 thoughts on “Windu, crochet horse pattern”
A big welcome to Windu! He is simply stunning! I love his wild looks – what a beauty, Sonja!
I’m glad you like him Jan! Have fun making yours 🐎
He’s a wonderful little horse! You’ve managed to get your popke charm and personality into this guy, as usual.
Thank you Rhonda, you have no idea how relieved I am he turned out like this!
Hi, I’m so excited to see a horse pattern from you, just wish I had seen him sooner, haha. I’ll definitely be picking up a copy of the pattern soon, and possibly a couple others while I’m at it. Thanks for all the lovely patterns you create. God Bless
Thanks! That’s lovely to hear. You probably asked me sometime if I was going to make a horse pattern. I got many requests and tried to give you all a heads up, but couldn’t find all the comments.
Glad you found the pattern now! Best wishes, Sonja.