Do you have lots of yarn in your stash to use up like I do? If you are like me you always have yarn to use. This CAL is the perfect opportunity to use up what you have in your stash.
I am so excited to share with you another Crochet Along (CAL) Event. This event will be hosted here on my blog and all the fun will be in the Facebook Group. There will be prizes for participating as well. This pattern is a fun amigurumi to work on. I hope you will join us for this fun event beginning August 1, 2022.
This silly pig is part of my Farm Animal series that I am releasing little at a time this year. It is the 3rd farm animal pattern so far. This is a beginner-friendly pattern. This pattern uses simple, basic stitches – single crochet, slip stitch, and single crochet decrease.
Sooey the Pig crochet pattern is an easy crochet pattern to follow. It has simple step-by-step instructions when you purchase the PDF version with photo tutorials along the way. Plus, when you join the CAL in the Facebook Group each week, I am there to answer any questions. I will be going live each week in the Facebook Group to answer any questions you may have. You will feel proud when you finish making this adorable pig, and give it to your child to play with.
What Materials You Will Need
Any worsted weight size 4 yarn of your choice in any colors you want about 260-300 yards total. In my pattern example, I used all pink. It could be any yarn you have in your stash you want to use up.
You will also need a G/6 4.0 crochet hook, scissors, and stuffing of your choice. You will also need a yarn needle to sew parts together and weave in your ends.
Stitch markers come in very handy when crocheting amigurumi since we don’t join our rounds throughout most of the pattern. I use my stitch markers to know where I began my round. Also, if I repeat certain amount of stitches for several rounds, I use the stitch markers to count my rounds.
Safety eyes are optional in this pattern because if you are making this for children under 3, it is best to embroider the eyes on instead of using safety eyes.
11.5 stitches x 15 rows
My cute pig came out to be about 15.5″ x 10.5″ x 4″.
SC – Single Crochet
Sc2tog – Single Crochet Decrease
Sl st – Slip Stitch
FO – Finish Off
St/Sts – Stitch/Stitches
Ch – Chain
Rnd(s) – Round(s)
MC – Magic Circle
R – Row
Read the entire pattern first.
- All parts are done in continuous rounds except the ears and tail. DO NOT join while making the parts. Use stitch markers to know where your first stitch in the round is.
- Sl st does not count as a stitch throughout the pattern.
- Repeat stitches between * and *.
- Alternative to MC – Ch 2; work number of SC specified in the 2nd chain from the hook.
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Each Monday through August, you will find the updated CAL information here on the blog with the instructions for that week. Each Thursday, I will go live in the Facebook Group to answer questions.
Each week, please add a photo under the post for that week of your progress. You can also add a Ravelry project with the tag #sooeythepigcal. You can post in one or both places each week in order to be eligible for the prizes. I will pick 2 people from each the Facebook Group and Ravelry to win a Free pattern of your choice for participating in the CAL.
The pattern will be available for sale starting August 1, 2022. If you are a VIP in my Facebook Group or email list you will get a special coupon code for 50% off! By purchasing the pattern, you receive an easy print template of the pattern with step-by-step easy directions and photo tutorials, and it stays in your Ravelry library and your Etsy downloads to download as many times as you want to.
Week 1: Gather Supplies – August 1-5, 2022
I want you to join our CAL because it will be fun and bring joy to you in the middle of the summer. If you don’t join, you will miss out on fun crocheting experience with others, the opportunity to win a Free pattern of your choice, personalized support with me as the designer as you work on this project, and so much more!
Thank you Testers
I want to thank my testers: Chakra Coach, Bex Prior, Peggy Spain, Theresa Sheehan! I could not publish this pattern without them! A couple of my testers added some smaller eyes to the snout. These projects turned out so cute. Check out their photos below.
Thank you for stopping by! Happy Crocheting!