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Crochet Squirrel, Skunk, and Cat using the same pattern!

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I can’t remember their name, but someone asked me to make a crochet squirrel YouTube video tutorial. She had purchased a crochet written pattern from someone else and couldn’t understand how to make it. She wanted to make the crochet squirrel for her father who absolutely loved squirrels. I think she said that her father loved to feed them.

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When I finished my crochet squirrel “Chip,” my husband loved him and so did my father. So “Chip” makes a wonderful Father’s Day Gift!! I am making 2 of “Chip” for Father’s Day gifts.

After I finished “Chip,” I thought that he resembled a crochet skunk named                   “Pepe Le Pew,” and that is how the crochet skunk was born.

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Then I thought, how can you have “Pepe Le Pew” without “Penelope the Cat?”

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I then thought that “Chip” needed a girlfriend, and “Rebel” was born.

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There is a paid written pattern available on Ravelry, here is the direct link:

Crochet Squirrel, Skunk, and Cat Written Pattern

For the free PDF download to make the squirrel, skunk, and/or Cat eyes: Crochet Squirrel, Skunk, Cat Eyes

If you like “Chip’s safety doll eyes, here is the direct link to 6060 eyes.

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“Chip” and “Rebel” look good in their new case! If you would like an 18″ x 18″ plastic case, click the picture above, or here.

Crochet Squirrel, Skunk, and Cat YouTube Video Tutorial Part 1 Introduction and Materials:

 

Crochet Amigurumi Squirrel, Skunk, and Cat YouTube video tutorial Part 2: Starting to make your Crochet Amigurumi:

Crochet Amigurumi Squirrel, Skunk, and Cat Part 3 YouTube video tutorial:

Crochet Squirrel, Skunk, and Cat Part 4 DIY Video Tutorial

Crochet Squirrel, Skunk, and Cat Part 5 DIY Video Tutorial

Crochet Quick and Easy Acorn that unzips open:

Crochet Quick and Easy Heart that unzips open:

If you like the crochet flower that I used, it is my crochet double cherry blossom flower. I used my 3.5mm crochet hook. The yarn that I used is Red Heart yarn for the Hot Pink color and Pound of Love for the light pink colored yarn. Here is the direct link to my crochet flower series blog post, where you can find the video tutorial:

Beautiful Crochet Flower Series

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