Happy Raccoon by Kim Ethridge

Happy Raccoon

December 2020
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
gauge not important
4.25 mm (G)
roughly 13” long from nose to tail and 6” tall
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Here’s another free pattern to make your very own little fat happy raccoon. Let’s face it, raccoons are super cute! These fat, furry little guys are just as adorable as Baby Yoda, in my opinion anyway. Wouldn’t it be awesome to have one of your own and be able to pet it and everything? Well now you can! Without the animal bites, the dumped over trash cans, or possible rabies even! This little guy will be happy to hog up some room on your desk, shelf, bed, wherever. And, best of all, he doesn’t eat much!

Some of the pieces will be brushed with a pet slicker brush or a wire brush that can be obtained from the hardware section to make them fuzzy or furry in appearance. For reference, the raccoon in each picture was made using acrylic yarn. Other yarns, such as wool, can also be used. I just prefer to use acrylic because it’s cheap and I have it on hand already.

If you have any questions, feel free to shoot me a quick email at ethridge101@yahoo.com. I’m happy to help in any way possible. Happy crocheting your happy raccoon!