Norah the Narwhal by Kali Dahle

Norah the Narwhal

May 2019
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
4.0 mm (G)
100 - 125 yards (91 - 114 m)
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This is a popular pattern that is FREE on my blog at I am offering it here with additional photos, tips and tricks, and some add ons in a printable pdf version.

Written using U.S Crochet terms.

The pattern is a PDF and you will need Adobe Reader to open it. This program is free to download. Feel free to contact me if you need any help!

Ned and Norah the Narwhals are the Letter N animals in my Amigurumi from A to Z series! These were made with the new Lion Brand Color Made Easy yarn which is a bulky size 5 yarn. This yarn is pretty fun for amigurumi and it makes the crochet narwhal a fun size pretty quickly. But you do not need to use it, a regular worsted weight works just fine. Your amigurumi narwhal will be just a little bit smaller (and pretty dang cute that way, too!) You may need to go down a hook size, (I recommend trying a 3.75mm or 3.5mm) just make sure your stitches are tight enough that they won’t show the stuffing! When made with the recommended yarn it will be about 10 inches from head to tail.

You will need:
About 100g Color Made Easy yarn (or see note above) for the body
A small amount of similar yarn in the horn color.
15mm safety eyes
4mm hook
Needle for sewing
Stitch marker
Embroidery thread for eyelashes.

You will need to know how to use a magic circle, single crochet and how to increase and invisible decrease. I include instructions for the invisible decrease.
You will also need to know how to use the half-double, double and triple crochet.

You can sell any items made from this pattern in a small capacity. You cannot share, reproduce or copy this pattern for any purpose. Please link back to the pattern and my blog listed below when you are selling finished items whether on Etsy, instagram, facebook, or any other social media or place online. Just respect my rights as the designer, thank you!