Micro lamb and his friends

 

Little sheepimage

Any yarn/thread/wool can be used

DMC Petra size 5 and 1.0mm hook (big sheep) and an ordinary sewing thread and 0.4mm hook (micro sheep)

US crochet terms: ch=chain, ss=slip stitch, st=stitch, sc=single crochet, 2sc=inc=increase, dec=decrease

Please, check pictures for guidance

Head: with ecru, make a magic ring, work in continuouIMG_6777s spiral, stuff as you work

1.  6sc into magic ring (6)

2.  2sc in each st around (12)

3.  *sc, inc* repeat around (18)

4.  *sc, inc, sc* repeat around (24)

5.  sc in each st around (24)

6.-7.  repeat round 5.

8.  *dec, sc in each of next 6sts* repeat around (21)

9.  sc in each st around (21)

10.  *dec, sc in each of next 5sts* repeat arund (18)

11.  sc in each st around (18)

Change colour (white) and work in back loop only for the rest of the head

12.  *dec, sc in each of next 4sts* repeat around (15)

13.  *dec, sc in each of next 3sts* repeat around (12)

14.  dec around (6)

Fasten off, stuff more if needed, close off the opening and weave in loose ends

For the ‘hair’:

Rejoin yarn/thread (to any front stitch of last round in ecru), ch2, ss in second ch from hook and ss infront loop of next st, repeat around the head

Body: with white, make a magic ring, work in continuous spiral, stuff as you work

1.  6sc into magic ring (6)

2.  2sc in each st around (12)

3.  *sc, inc* repeat around (18)

4.  *sc, inc, sc* repeat around (24)

5.  *inc, sc in each of next 3sts* repeat around (30)

6.  sc in each st around (30)

7.-11.  repeat round 6.

12.  *dec, sc in each of next 3sts* repeat around (24)

13.  *sc, dec, sc* repeat around (18)

14.  *sc, dec* repeat around (12)

15. d ec around (6)

Fasten off, stuff more if needed, close off the opening and weave in loose endIMG_6595

Ear (x2): with ecru, make a magic ring

1.  6sc into magic ring (6)

2.  2sc in each st around (12)

Leg (x4): with ecru, rejoin yarn, work in continuous spiral

1.  make 6sc (6)

2.  sc in each st around (6)

3.  repeat round 2.

other patterns are on Ravelry : here

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39 Responses to Micro lamb and his friends

  1. Margaret says:

    Your mini’s are incredible and amazing. So cute.

    Dear greetings, Margaret

  2. Ann Marie Lamb says:

    These are absolutely gorgeous – with my surname, I have a thing for lambs and these are brilliant. Do you sell them?

  3. Alex says:

    Could you let me know the way I can by one of the lambs please? Thank you.

  4. Nadya says:

    These are truly remarkable. Maybe one day I’ll give it a go. I’ve never worked smaller than a 2mm hook. Can’t imagine the concentration required for 0.4mm. Thank you for creating and sharing.

  5. Růža says:

    Vaše micro postavičky jsou kouzelné. Moc ráda bych je zkusila uháčkovat.:-)

  6. Valentina Beaver says:

    I just am in awe of your artistry and craft. I so wish my mother was alive to see all the wonderful things on pinterest, and the fabulous artistry. I would like to purchase several of your items, and would be willing to pay all shipping and any extra charges to Arizona, USA. Please consider this and let me know. p.s. could you come up with a pattern for a BEAVER??

  7. Margarite says:

    You are so talented. Please sell your patterns at amigurumipatterns.net

  8. Erin Lee says:

    Hello, thanks so much for sharing your lovely pattern with us, i am working on this now, and i noticed that you have left out the pattern for the lamb tail.

    Hopefully my lamb (but not micro) will turn out as cute as yours. 🙂

  9. Elena says:

    Wahoooooo! Beautiful job !
    Would love to have better eyes, better hands….. To try that I love all

  10. Bambi says:

    Oh my goodness! I love your little minis. They’re so cute! Excellent work.

  11. Sue Stirling says:

    I’m a beginner at crochet, but my daughter loves your micro lamb and friends and I would like to attempt to make these. The smallest crochet hook I have is a 2.0 mm. Presumably your pattern can be ‘sized up’. I’ve seen the stitch count details for this project, but as I’m a beginner, I’m not sure how to set about this! Do you have a more detailed pattern. I’ve looked on the Ravelry site, but I couldn’t see the pattern for the lambs. Any help would be appreciated. Many thanks. Sue.

  12. LoopyMade says:

    I have been following your Instagram account .. and always amazed by your micro amigurumi .
    Looking at every post just giving more power to not giving up my own passion to made micro crochet .
    Sharing free pattern to us is even more .
    Thank you

  13. Sue Stirling says:

    Thank you very much for the detailed instructions. Wonderful!

  14. Pat Stauffer says:

    Oh my gosh!! I just discovered your site, and your things are marvelous. I have been searching high and low for someone that does micro. I am ever so grateful that you share some of your patterns!! I love making critters and I am going to try some of them asap!! Thank you SO MUCH!

  15. Kerry says:

    Thanks so much for your free patterns. I’m gonna try the sheep next and hope that it will turn out like yours did. You are an amazing artist and I can only envy your works. If my sheep ends up okay I’m gonna buy some more of your patterns.

    There is only one mistake in row 9 of the head. It’s supposed to be 21 and not yet 18 stitches ;).

  16. Kerry says:

    I’m sorry, but I just tried the sheep and there must be something wrong with the white of the head. Isn’t it supposed to increase the stitches instead of decrease? I mean it can’t fit the head if you decrease because the thickest part of the head are 21 stitches, how should 15, 12, and even 6 stitches fit over the head as shown in the pictures? I’m really desperate because this way I can’t manage to crochet the sheep :(. Please take a look and tell me how to do it right.

    Thank you.

  17. Connie says:

    Just sheep!

  18. Crystal says:

    Do you have a pattern for micro crochet nativity scene? With mary, joseph, baby, animals, etc? I would love to purchase a pattern from you. I LOVE your work!!

  19. Eva says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!!! I’ve just made a little lamb. I love it. I’m thinking of making a whole farm yard, if my patience lasts😜
    I have a little problem with the legs though. What are the first 6sc attached to? My lamb doesn’t stand very well. Could you help?
    The designs are amazing. Well done.

    • Uljana says:

      Thank you very much
      The lambs are not easy to balance, that’s why most of my animals come on a base (or button). The position of the head plays a big role too.
      You may wish to crochet legs first (separately from the body) and then to attach them.

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