Amigurumi Rudolph!

For my Grandson’s First Christmas, I created my second Amigurumi project!


It’s actually the third pattern taught in the Craftsy Class that I took a couple weeks ago. The class is called Amigurumi: Woodland Animals, by Stacey Trock.



Naturally the deer is not really Rudolph in the pattern, but by simply making his nose red, he became the perfect toy for Santa to place under the tree.


I thought he might be cold, so I added a winter scarf too! I had to stitch it down really well though so that it would be safe for the baby to play with. I also used her suggested baby safe eyes. There is a quick bonus lesson on making those in the class too.


His tale ended up slightly off center, but I don’t think Aiden will mind…

He loves the Bird I made for the first project!

If you want to make a Crochet Deer or another Woodland Animal, click on the link below and check it out.


They are surprisingly easy when you follow along with Stacey! Have fun!


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One Response to Amigurumi Rudolph!

  1. Cindy says:

    How cute!