This ragdoll llama is a recent project completed by Chris.
The colorful llama was crocheted with a free pattern by Spin a Yarn Crochet. You will find a link to the free pattern at the end of this article.
Learn more about this crocheted llama by watching our video and reading on.
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The Bernat Pipsqueak yarn gives the llama a fuzzy and cuddly fur. The charming decorative accents include a cute bobble necklace, bright multi-colored blanket and tassels on ears.
The pieces are crocheted separately and then joined together and stuffed to make give the llama a 3-D look. When completed it measures about 15 1/2".
The pipsqueak yarn was a little challenging to crochet with because when crocheting the fuzziness of the yarn prevents you from seeing the stitches. So, I had to feel the spaces and stitches when crocheting.
Making this llama can be fun. Giving it as a gift to a llama/alpaca lover or child and seeing the smile on their face could be even more fun.
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