Australian Homespun



• Bendigo Woollen Mills Rustic — Pebble 8 ply/200g: one ball

• Polyester fibre fill

• Small amount of cream wool (pom pom tail)

• Small amounts of brown and pink wool (eyes and nose)

• Cream wool felt (tummy, paws and foot pads)

• Stranded embroidery cotton in cream and variegated green (monogram and appliqué)

• 40cm ( 1/2yd) green ribbon, 15mm ( 5/8in) wide

• Freezer paper

• Crochet hooks: 4mm (US G-6) and 8mm (US L-11)

• Chenille needles: size 18 (eyes and nose) and 22 (embroidery and appliqué

Size after felting:

Approximately 22cm (8 3/4in) tall; 15cm (6in) sitting height

Note: Read all the instructions before starting the project. Australian/UK crochet terminology is used; North American readers should consult a crochet manual to ensure they interpret the instructions correctly.

If you would like the pattern to crochet and felt the eggs, contact Letisha Kirkland.


 = beginning, = chain, = double crochet, = each, = half treble, = slipstitch, = stitch/es, = together, = treble, = yarn over hook, = st between these brackets are all worked into one st, = instructions between these= indicates no. of stitches at the end of each row

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