Well howdy-do folks, it's Brenna from Little Raven Fiber Arts and I've got a goofy little ami to share with you this month! They're so quick and easy, you can have your own froggy chorus reep-reeping the summer nights away in no time.
There is very little assembly involved: the feet are worked as part of the body, all that's left is the eyes!
* Worsted weight yarn in two colors: froggy main and tummy color
* Size G/4.0mm Odyssey hook
* Yarn needle
* Black fabric paint for the pupil
* Scrap yarn for the mouth
with chosen froggy color, ch 2 or magic loop
6-10. sc in each sc around (30)
STUFF the frog body firmly
FO and close up any remaining hole, weave in the end
ch 2 or magic loop
3-4. sc in each sc around (10)
FO and press flat. Sewing through both layers at once, stitch the eyes onto either side the body between rounds 5 and 10 of the body. They should be right above the outer edge of each foot. Weave in the ends.
Using black fabric paint, daub a circle on each eye for the pupils. You can also accomplish this with a small circle of black felt and fabric glue.
Using scrap yarn, embroider a simple, single line between rounds 7-8 of the frog body. The outer edges of the line should line up with the outer edges of the tummy color changes.
We hope you have enjoyed this pattern by the fabulous Brenna Eaves of Little Raven Fiber Arts.