Cosy Sheep

I have been looking for some bits and pieces to do as Easter crafts and found a pattern for this little sheep.



He is so cute….but alas he is too small for what I wanted him for, which was as a cosy for a creme egg.

Not to worry, I’ll just adapt the pattern to suit and hopefully I will be able to produce a little flock of these for Easter.

What do you think – lambs or chicks for Easter? Or something else entirely?


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    1. Thank you Patti! His bottom is just a little bit too narrow to fit a creme egg into so I will have to do him a “big brother” instead. He is too cute to throw away…I think I might stuff him and keep him as an ornament teehee 🙂


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