MooMoo Cow Amigurumi is saying a big HELLO to fellow Craft Passion readers!!!! It has been quite a while since my last amigurumi design and I am glad to present you this huggable MooMoo Cow Amigurumi. It is about 12″ height in standing position and 9″ in sitting, it is the right size as a huggable doll for kids. The written pattern has optional instruction to fill the limbs and bottom of the body with stuffing pellets to weight down the doll, it can sit and stand on its own.
“Can I help to take care of this milk jug? Pleaszzzzzeeeee….”. “THANK YOU!!!”
MooMoo Cow is a playful and curious young milk cow who likes to hop and play on the farm. Occasionally he will pretend to be helpful in checking the quality the milk collected from the farm but his real intention is to drink the milk. Don’t feel surprised to see him crawling up the milk jug.
Gulp, gulp, gulp, gulp, gulp…… YUMMY!!!
MooMoo Cow Amigurumi – Free Crochet Pattern
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MooMoo Cow amigurumi is crochet from a medium weight acrylic yarn using a 3.0mm hook, white in the body, yellow nose, and ears, with brown palms, feet, and horns. The patches on the body are cut-out from felt and sewn on with a blanket stitch. It has a red jingle bell tie on its neck.
Sit down and relax after fueling up the tummy…
Really for the next refuel… oppps, it means “help”.
More Details on how to crochet the MooMoo Cow Amigurumi
Tips for marking the first stitch of each round
If you do not have a stitch marker to mark the beginning of the round, you can always use a short length of yarn to do the marking. Cross the yarn across at the first stitch as your work on each round.
Pull to remove the marking yarn after you have finished the part.
Pellets Stuffing (Optional)
Sometimes we might want to weigh our amigurumi a little heavier on the limbs or other parts of the body, you may use the doll pellets or plastic beads to do that. Just fill the tiny pellets into a small bag, sew to close the opening. I like to use socks to make the pellets’ bag because of the stretchable property of the knit.
Place the Nose to the Head of MooMoo Cow, just below the eyes, pin to secure the position.
Sew around with darning or tapestry needle, stuff the nose with polyester fiberfill at about 1″ before completing the nose sewing. Sew to close the gap after filling.
Make to dented points on the nose by stitching them into the head.