Baby Z the Zebra by Kristi Bergin-Smith

Baby Z the Zebra

September 2020
Aran (8 wpi) ?
4.0 mm (G)
5.0 mm (H)
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

This sweet little crochet baby zebra is the perfect small size, but not too small. This stuffie works up super quick - less than 4 hours for me - and uses less than 2 small skeins of black and white. It is a great scrap yarn project!

-Yarns: Caron One Pound in black and white and a scrap of pink or a nostril color. This is a great scrap yarn project. This little stuffie requires very little yarn so use what you have and make it fun.
-Hook: I used a G/4mm and H/5mm hooks for this pattern. I will include which one on each section.
-Safety Eyes (or yarn to embroider if you choose) and needle to embroider face. The eyes in my example are made by SunCatcher Craft Eyes and are 18mm.
-Stuffing. I have used Poly-Fill brand stuffing, but feel free to use what you prefer.
- I don’t use Stitch markers, but if you do you will want those to keep track of your rounds. As a “free” stitch marker you can loop a bright colored piece of scrap yarn through your stitch to act as a marker – then just pull it out when you get back around to it and move it up one row. Easy marker!

This toy worked up for me to be 16” from the top of the head to foot. This is a modification to my Peony the Pony and Baby C/Cow pattern that you can also find in my Ravelry. If you like this pattern, I have several new baby animals listed.

Baby Z is a written out pattern with photos and tutorials and a good beginner crochet pattern. It is an 7-page downloadable pdf.

If you have amigurumi knowledge and know how to work in the round - ex. 6,12,18,24 etc with increases and decreases you won’t have any trouble.

I am here all to help and support you in any way I can after you download my pattern.

I would love to see your baby zebras made from this pattern so please tag me on IG @theburgundybasket