Little Walden the narwhal (or whale!) amigurumi pattern

Little Walden the Narwhal amigurumi crochet pattern by @hookabee
This is a cute little wee version of the original Walden the Narwhal!  This guy not only uses up less yarn and is faster to make, but he fits in your hand 🙂

Using worsted weight yarn, Little Walden measures about 8.5-9 inches in length from the tips of his tail fins to the tip of his horn. Want a whale instead of a narwhal? –  simply skip the horn!

This narwhal amigurumi pattern includes detailed instructions and step-by-step photos. And as always, with the purchase of the pattern you also get unlimited support and help from me – just send me a message if you have any questions!

This is an intermediate level pattern because of of the many colour changes. The pattern also involves single crochet, increasing, decreasing and attaching pieces.

Materials needed:

– E US (3.5 mm) hook
– two colours of worsted weight yarn (39 yrds for body; 17 yrds for belly)
– yarn/tapestry needle
– stitch marker
– two 12 mm plastic safety eyes
– polyester fiberfill stuffing

Note: If you are making this amigurumi for someone under 3 yrs, I recommend crocheting or embroidering the eyes instead of using the plastic safety eyes.

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[NOTE: The above pattern is for the small narwhal ONLY. Want both little and big Walden? You can purchase both for a discounted price! Simply click: Ravelry or Etsy]

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Little Walden the Narwhal amigurumi crochet pattern by @hookabee

Little Walden the Narwhal amigurumi crochet pattern by @hookabee

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