A new friend of Mr. Furu Fox Amigurumi and Jr. Rakku Raccoon Amigurumi has moved into the woodland today. Ms. DuDu, the Deer Amigurumi, has been looking forward to learning about her new life in this new habitat.
Ms. DuDu is a cute young deer who has a mixed feeling between anxious and curious in her new surrounding. Due to nature and her species where she belongs to the group of the vulnerable animal in the wild, predators hunt them for meat, human hunt them for game and meat. She does not want to be hunted down so she decided to leave her family and move into the woodland seeking for Mr. Furu’s assistance, with the intention to learn as many new survival skills as she possibly can. We wish her all the best!
This deer amigurumi, DuDu, measures about 10 inches tall. It is crochet by using a 3.5mm crochet hook in the colorwork of Brown, Beige, White and Black Acrylic yarns. Just like her friends Mr. Furu and Jr. Rakku, the pattern of deer amigurumi calls for “Split Single Crochet Stitch”, some may know it as “Crochet Knit Stitch” or “Waistcoat Stitch” where the hook is inserted in between the legs of the next stitch. By way of using Split Single Crochet Stitch in this pattern, it will keep the colorwork vertically straight throughout the round. (Warnings: Please do not attempt to crochet it with normal single crochet (US terms), it won’t work in the correct proportion in size, shape, and colorwork.)
DuDu deer amigurumi is born rare and special, besides the front beige patch on her body, she has the distinctive “V” dot markings at her back instead of the polka-dot markings from her species. She is definitely a unique one. Whenever she is happy and excited, she will wag her cheery little tail and dance like nobody’s watching.
DuDu deer amigurumi is still new in the woodland, hence, it might take a little while before she overcomes her nervous. She does look a little worried but it will soon past. She will be a happy cheery little deer in the woodland again!
Hope you like her and happy crochet! ~XOXO