Saturday, May 12, 2012

Little Bigfoot Monkey Free Crochet Pattern


brown and beige crochet monkey
Stats show since this pattern was released that this little monkey continues to be the most popular of all my patterns week by week here on my blog and also on my youtube channel for most favorited tutorials...

Copyright 2012 Author: Sharon Ojala - Amigurumi To Go, All rights reserved
 
Finished products can be sold 
This pattern is not to be sold. Furthermore this pattern and all the  images contained inside this pattern are not authorized to be sold as a cross stitch pattern or shared in full on any cross stitch site
  

st = stitch
sc = single crochet
2tog = 2 stitches together
ch1 = chain one 
sl st = slip stitch
BLO = Back Loops Only


Special notes: I worked in continuous rounds with a 3.75mm hook and worsted weight yarn.  Have any questions or if you come across a mistake in the pattern please leave a message in the comment section below. This pattern will give you a monkey about 5 inches tall depending on your choice of yarn and hook size.

This pattern has a video to help you if you are new to amigurumi.
for video tutorial click here

HEAD with main color

*Remember if you use safety eyes to put them in after you make the eye patches and before closing up the head.

1) magic circle with 6st (6)
2) 2sc in each st (12)
3) 1sc then 2sc in next st (18)
4) 3sc in first st, 1sc in next 8st, 3sc in next st, 1sc in last 8st (22)

5) 1sc in each st
6) 2sc in first st, 1sc in next 10st, 2sc in next st, 1sc in last 10st (24)
7-10) 1sc in each st for 4 rows
11) 1sc in next 2st then 2tog (18)
12)1sc then 2tog (12)
 

*** stuff head while pushing the stuffing into the sides of the head as you stuff. Please read tip under row 13 before continuing on with row 13.
 

13) 2tog 6times (6)  
Finish off

TIP *** If you use safety eyes, they need to be put in after your eye patches are sewn on.
If you use yarn for the mouth, put that in before sewing muzzle on the face. The muzzle can be partially sewn in place then stuffed to make things easier as well.

MUZZLE with
alternate color:

1) magic circle with 6st (6)
2) 3sc in the first st, 1sc in next 2st, 3sc in next st, 1sc in last 2st (10)
3)
1sc in next 2st, 3sc in next st, 1sc in next 4st, 3sc in next st, 1sc in last 2st (14)
4) BLO 1sc in each (14)
5) 1sc in each st

6) sl st into next st and finish off. Leave long tail for sewing.




EYE Patches with 
alternate color:

1) magic circle with 6st (6)
2) 2sc in the first st, 1sc in next 2st, 2sc in next st, (no need to finish off row)
(8)
3) sl st into next st and finish off. Leave long tail for sewing.


 TIP *** stretch out the eye patch with your fingers to get a nice oval shape, then sew the 2 patches together as pictured.


BODY with main color

1) magic circle with 6st (6)
2) 2sc in each st (12)
3) 1sc in next st, 2sc in next st (18)
4) 1sc in next 2st, 2sc in next st (24)
5-7) 1sc in each st for 3 rows  
8) 1sc in next 2st then 2tog (18)
9) 1sc in each st
10) 1sc then 2tog (12)

***stuff body


11) 2tog 6 times
(6) sl st into next st and finish off , leave long tail for sewing. Sew head and body together


LEGS starting with alternate color:

1) Magic circle with 6 st (6)
2) 2sc in each st (12)
3) 1sc then 2sc in next st (18)
4-6) 1sc in each for 3 rows

7) 2tog 4 times, 1sc in next 10st (14)
8) 2tog 5 times, switch to main color on last 2tog, 1sc in last 4st  (9)

*** stuff foot. No need to stuff legs

9-13) 1sc in each for 5 rows (9) sl st into next st and finish off. Leave long tail for sewing.


TIP *** stuff the foot only to give it shape, if you overstuff the foot it will look like a ball instead of a foot. No need to stuff the legs




ARMS starting with alternate color:

1) magic circle with 6 st (6)
2) 2sc in each st (12)
3-4) 1sc in each st for 2 rows
5) 2tog 6 times, switch to main color on last 2tog, (6)
6) 1sc in each for one row then stuff hand
7-10) 1sc in each st for 4 rows. No need to stuff arms. 
11) sl st into next st and finish off, leave long tail for sewing. Sew to body just under the head

EARS with
alternate color:

1) magic circle with 6st (6)
2) ch1 turn, 1sc in next 2st, 2sc in next 2st, 1sc in last 2st (8)
3) finish off, leave long tail for sewing.

TAIL starting with alternate color:


1) magic circle with 6 st (6)
2) 1sc then 2sc in next st  (9) 
3-4) 1sc in each st for 2 rows
5) 1sc then 2tog change to main color on last 2tog (6)
6-15) 1sc in each for 10 rows
16) sl st into next st and f/o leave long tail for sewing


And that's it. I hope you get your monkey made and I hope you love him or her just like I do! Please see my other Little Bigfoot Characters listed in my free patterns on the right side of this blog

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Happy Crocheting!!


92 comments:

  1. Hi Sharon,

    These monkeys are so adorable!

    I'm really tempted to make these for one of my daughter's classes, but I'm not sure if I'll have the time to complete them before the end of the school year?

    Regardless I'll be making at least one of them. They are so adorable. Thanks for sharing the pattern.

    Happy Mother's Day!

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    1. Happy Mother's Day Opal :)

      I think once you make one of them you'd find them really quick. Although, I know time is limited when you have kids, lol I could have all the time in the world and still no time to do anything if that makes sense.. but I wouldn't change that for anything :)

      Thanks for the message!

      Sharon

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  2. A really nice pattern from a really nice person.....
    I think I'll start right away to make one.... Thanks~!!!!

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    1. awww, thanks Laura! Such a sweet message. So glad you like the pattern. Keep me posted if you make one :)

      Sharon XO

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  3. Every time you create a new tutorial, I am so excited and want to crochet along. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I am the anonymous comment above...I love your tutorials.

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    1. thanks Crochet Inc! I appreciate that and so glad you enjoy the tutorials :)

      Nice to know who I'm talking too as well, thanks again!

      Sharon XO

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  5. Love Your Little Big Foot series. Would you happen to have a pattern for a loin or tiger?

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  6. this pattern is so beautiful!! I think I'll crochet it :D thank you!!

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    1. Thank you Lamia!! Happy crocheting :)

      Sharon XO

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  7. Thank You so much they are addorable
    Elizabeth (liz) Sullivan

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    1. You're very welcome Liz, so glad you like them!

      Happy crocheting!!

      Sharon XO

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  8. thank you for the wonderful pattern :-)

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    1. you're very welcome :)

      Happy Crocheting!

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  9. Thanks for sharing your patterns! Your creations are very cute!!

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    1. you're very welcome!! So glad you like the patterns :)

      Happy Crocheting!!

      Sharon XO

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  10. aaa~
    i really love this pattern. you're great :D
    awsome :D
    i think i'm ginna try this..

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  11. I love monkeys and this is perfect for my ever growing collection!! Thanks for an awesome easy pattern!!! I will add u on fb and put a pic of my additions on there too!!! Love Leanne from mummas-bindiz angel sales :)

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    1. Hi Leanne! So glad you like the monkey! I'll look forward to the add on facebook and seeing your pictures :)

      Thanks for the message!
      Talk soon XO

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  12. I absolutely love monkeys and ladybugs......and chefs...lol...ty so much for the pattern, couldnt help but smile when I saw it......

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    1. Thank you Teresa! And you are very welcome, so glad you like the pattern :)

      Happy Crocheting!!!

      Sharon XO

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  13. Loretta - in San Antonio, TX

    Thank you so much for your Little BigFoot Monkeys, my 16 mos and 3 yr old grandboys just love them. The 3 yr old takes them to bed w/him, they have their on little bed w/a knit 'blankie' just for the Monkeys. Once again, Thank you

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    1. You're welcome Loretta! I can't tell you how your message touched my heart today... I am so happy you are using the pattern and your Grandchildren love their gifts made by Gramma :)

      All the best to you and yours XO

      Sharon

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  14. My mom loves your little monkeys :)

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    1. Hello Cj

      So glad your mom loves the monkeys! Are you going to make her one?

      Sharon XO

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  15. Hi Sharon,
    Awesome Monkey! and animals. My girls love monkeys, they are 3 & 1/2 yr old twins. So its taken me 10 days to whip one up with no prior experience..and of course it shows. THANK YOU for your online tutorials! However, my crochet has improved 500% I started with the head, body, legs, arms then tail. WOW the arms and tail almost look correct! She's over stuffed, head is funny looking, one leg is bigger then the other, one ear looks like I've put it on back to front! Doesn't matter, Piper loves it even more! I just have to sew a skirt onto it for her.. I'll send you a pic, somehow! I'm pretty happy with my first effort, you wait for the next one!

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    1. awwww, I am so happy to read your message this morning! That is how I started out by watching online tutorials. My heart was over flowing when my children fell in love with my 1st crochet efforts, nothing beats that feeling!

      Thank you for sharing that with me, it just gave a burst of sunshine on an otherwise rainy day, (it's pouring today) lol

      Can't wait to see your pictures, if you're on facebook you can friend me or send one on my page Amigurumi Freely :)

      Have a super day and of course,

      Happy Crocheting!!! XO

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  16. These are beyond adorable and we are so grateful that you shared the patterns! Thank you so much! I'm going to make them for my kids :-}

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    1. Thank you! I'm so happy to read your message and I appreciate the time you took to write me :)

      Happy Crocheting and all the best to you and your kids XO

      Sharon

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  17. Sharon,
    You have one of the best, if not the best website I have ever seen. All of your patterns are explained in beautiful detail and thoroughly demonstrative. Thank you so much for making it so easy for us all.
    Bianca

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    1. Hello Bianca,

      I can't tell you how happy your message makes me! When I first started to crochet I just wanted to make nice things for my kids and had no one to help me work through patterns. At times I had to give up on a project I was working on because I just didn't understand and that was very frustrating. Now that I make my own patterns I try very hard to make everything as easy as can be for all those who are learning :)

      Thank you very much for the most awesome feedback, I sure do appreciate it. This was a great way to start the day!

      All the best to you and yours and of course, Happy Crocheting!!

      Sharon XO

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  18. With this pattern, I used black as the main body color and brown as the secondary color, left off the tail and I had a gorilla. Thank you for all of your wonderful patterns!

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    1. very cool, I'll have to try that sometime! And, you're very welcome, I'm so glad you like the patterns :)

      Happy Crocheting!!!

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  19. I was so glad to find this pattern; I wanted to make a monkey plushie to send to my friend for Christmas. I started this afternoon and by bedtime I had a finished monkey! It looks a little wonky as it's my first time ever actually crocheting anything, and it's twice the size it should be because I used thick yarn & a bigger hook but it's definitely monkey-like. XD thank you for your patterns!

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    1. So awesome to hear! Glad you made a monkey! It exciting to know that you have crocheted a gift when you haven't crocheted before! Thank you for taking the time to comment and if you ever want to share pictures, please feel free to share them on Amigurumi Freely on facebook, I would luv to see :)

      Happy Crocheting! xo

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  20. Will you be making a dog/puppy anytime soon???

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    1. I won't be making them this year but hopefully in the new year sometime :)

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  21. I cant see anywhere where is says what size hook to use for this pattern? Its so sweet I cant wait to make it for my grandson !

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    1. Hi Anita, that info is in the special notes section under the abbreviation list at the top... it's a 3.75 or size F (USA) and worsted weight yarn (#4) Thanks for asking!

      Happy Crocheting!!

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    2. Hi Sharon,
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      hank you for the help I made 2 of the grey & white Monkey's and they turned out great ! My 3 yr old granddaughter carries her's everywhere in her pocket :)

      P.S.
      I really enjoyed making them your instructions were easy to follow.

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  22. Thank you much for sharing. If I made up my own patterens I would share them for free too. I love it. ~ Brenda

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    1. you're very welcome! Glad you are enjoying the patterns :)

      Happy Crocheting!!

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  23. I can't wait to make this for my sister as a Christmas gift! It's so cute, and she loves monkeys. Thank you for sharing this pattern :)

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    1. Hi Annie! I'm so glad to hear that and you are very welcome!

      Have fun and all the best to you and yours :)

      Sharon

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    2. Same to you! :)
      Do you think that you could make a pattern like this for a panda?
      ~Annie

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    3. Oh, maybe in the New Year?
      I will keep you posted if I do make one :)

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    4. Yes, thank you :)
      Have a merry Christmas!

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  24. My daughter is 10 and has started crocheting. I came across the monkey on youtube and she has so far done the head, body and one leg. I just came across this website today so she hasn't seen any of the other patterns yet. She is going to flip! Thank you so much, she is having so much fun. One question I have for you is when you reduce in the feet are there suppose to be large gaps or is she doing something wrong? I notice yours gaps a bit too but it seems to be alittle tighter than hers.
    Thank you for all your hard work!
    Mike

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    1. Hello Mike! I'm so happy to hear your daughter has picked up crochet and using my pattern to start with, so awesome! I crochet rather tightly using worsted weight yarn (medium #4) and a 3.75 mm hook(US) I believe the hook size would help reduce the gap size along with crocheting a little tighter, however, there will be some gap and that's completely normal. I hope that helps! And thank you so much for the message it was great hearing from you.

      Don't hesitate to message me again if there's anything else I can help with :)

      Sharon

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  25. Hi Sharon, thank you so much for sharing this fabulous pattern. I have just made this cute little monkey and never having really crocheted before (except granny squares)found your instructions really easy to follow. My daughter has now put in an order for the pig and lion. Can I ask if you have a pattern for an owl anywhere? I have put a picture on my blog with a link to your pattern. Hope you don't mind. You can find it here Debs xx

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    1. Hi Debs! I don't mind at all. Your monkey is perfect, you really did a great job! Love his button eyes too. If you get the chance I would love to see him posted on my facebook page, Amigurumi Freely. If you do share him there I will put him in my newest album featuring other peoples works and add a link to your blog there.

      I don't have an owl pattern of my own but I do have 2 patterns pinned to a Bird Board on Pinterest. I will be pinning more as I find them. I personally check every pin for spam. The link to the bird board is here http://pinterest.com/amigurumifreely/free-bird-crochet-patterns/

      Thank you for the message and the chance to see your perfect monkey! BTW, Your blog is very nice, I joined up :)

      Have a lovely day,

      Sharon

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  26. Hello~ Thanks for the wonderful pattern. I've made one but my monkey seems less cuter than your... Oh, well! I love him anyway~

    Thanks again for letting me stalk your blog!

    Have a wonderful day,
    L

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    1. Hello L, well I wonder if you are looking through the right eyes, lol sometimes we are our worst critics. One thing I do regret is putting *easy" in the title.. I wish so much I could change that. It's easier for an advance beginner, one who is familiar with the basics and more importantly, familiar with sewing amis together. I'm glad you love the monkey! I bet he's cute as a button :)

      So glad to read your comment today, thank you for taking the time to write, I do appreciate it.

      Happy Crocheting!!

      Sharon xo

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  27. Great pattern, very specific!

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  28. Hi Sharon,
    I made 2 of these sweet monkey's for my grandkids, they were so easy and they just LOVE them ! Thank you so much. A panda would be awesome as well :)

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  29. Looooove your pattern :D just finished mine :D thank you

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    1. You're welcome, So glad to hear it! Thank you for taking the time to comment, I appreciate that :)

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  30. I hunted high and low for a good monkey pattern and fell madly in love with these guys!!! I made one and am hooked... I may have to make a few more!
    I posted pictures of my masterpiece with a link back to your blog because I think everyone needs one (or a dozen) of these things! Thanks for the great (and free) patterns :)
    http://thewayicrochet.blogspot.ca

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    1. That is so awesome! I'm glad you found the pattern :) I was just over at your blog and you did a really great job on him! Love him lots and thanks for sharing.

      Happy Crocheting!!

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  31. thank you i made this monkey except i changed it to a little grandpa monkey with black glasses thank you so much. from haven

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    1. awww, sounds super! If you can please post a picture on Amigurumi Freely on facebook, I would love to see!

      Happy Crocheting!!

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  32. thank you so much for this pattern i was lookifn gor a monkey pattern for my sons teacher she loves monkeys and well he wanted to give her one for her birthday. just in time thank you soooo much will post the pic when done here in a few mins

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  33. Hello these 2 are soooo adorable have to make them but only 2 problems,firstly i only have either 3.50 hook and 4.00 so which to use plus can i double up DK wool i'm here in UK and our wool not as thick as ur worsted so just wondered!

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    1. Hi Wendy, either one of those hooks would work fine. I would use the 4.00 hook tho if you are doubling up on the yarn. If doubling the yarn gives you thicker than worsted then a 5.00 hook would work even better. The only thing that will happen is you will get a slightly larger monkey.

      Keep me posted on how it works out for you :)

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  34. Hello! Well I just want to say thank you! For an easy YouTube video and easy to follow pattern! I have never made anything befofe in my life lol i quit my job to stay home with my baby and just felt so useles i took a two hour crocheting class yo learn the basics and i saw your video. I made a monkey!! Doesn't look as cute as yours but you can tell its a monkey!! I just want to say thank you again im all excited that i made something and looking foward to doing your other patterns! :)

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  35. This looks like the best crochet monkey pattern for a 3.75 hook, since that is all I have today. Will start tonight while watching my fav show. Yay:) ThankYOU for the greatness:)

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  36. Your monkey is so cute, unfortunately I am not able to download the free pattern. My computer has given me a message that this website can transmit malicious software or has been involved in online scams or fraud.

    Can you please work out a way of allowing me to obtain such a great little pattern.
    Thanks
    Karen

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    1. Hi Karen, I just investigated why you would be getting such a message. First I tried the print friendly button with my firefox browser and there was no warning then I tried it using Chrome and yes there was a warning but it is a general warning that PDF files could harm or change your computer but that is a general warning given for use of any PDF. I did some research on the Print Friendly and found no evidence that there has ever been a harmful virus come from them and no issues reported at all. Hope that helps ease your mind.

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  37. Hi Sharon,

    thank you very much for this pattern, I made one of those cute monkeys last Sunday and it looks great because of your step by step tutorial on youtube. I'm from Germany and have to admit that there aren't neither lots of useful free tutorials nor patterns in German. You inspired me to keep on crocheting, my next project will be the little big foot bear :-) So thank you very much and keep on posting videos and patterns, you do a great job! ;-)

    Olivia

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    1. Hello Olivia,

      you're so welcome! I'm very happy you found the patterns and are enjoying them. It is a great honor to be an inspiration! Thank you so much for the awesome message. This was a great way to start my day :)

      Happy Crocheting!!

      Sharon xo

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  38. I love this monkey. This will be my 1st animal. My grandaughters bday is in a few days,she will be 3, Going to try to make it. Ty for the pattern being free.You are very blessed with talent.

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  39. Thank you so much for your tutorial, I have muttered along guessing at every turn making dolls etc. This tutorial that goes with this monkey is awesome , I had no idea how to see things on and have been winging it, and they have looked rough. This answered soooo many questions that I didn't even know to ask. TYVM

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    1. I am so happy to read your message tonight! Thank you very much for taking the time to comment. I really appreciate that and I'm so glad you are finding the videos helpful, it means a lot to me!

      All the best to you and happy crocheting!!

      Sharon Ojala
      XO

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  40. Hey,

    I just started crocheting a month ago and i love your bigfoot patterns!!
    I made the elephant already and it looks absolutely cute!!thank you soo much for this free pattern and the video tutorial.
    I want to make the monkey next, but before that i have a quick question.
    For the monekey, under "MUZZLE with alternate color:" Row #4, what does BLO mean?
    I really appreciate your effort.

    Thanks again
    g

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    1. Hello there! Glad you like the patterns. I was shocked to find that I don't have the BLO abbreviation and meaning at the top of the pattern so I just corrected that to show BLO means back loops only. If that gives you any trouble I do cover that step in the video tutorial. Thanks so much for asking!

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    2. Thank you so much!!:)

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  41. I'm so impressed with your both your teaching (from a teacher!) but most especially your generosity. We'll pay it forward by making these little creatures for our Charity Mission Fair. And thanks for the TOG way of decreasing.

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    1. I am so happy to read your message this morning, first one of the day and it has put a spring in my step already! Thank you so much, I really appreciate that. I'm honored to be even a small part of your wonderful Charity. And yes TOG is the only way to go, lol

      All the best to you and Happy Crocheting!!

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  42. thanks for all your crochet patterns they are so easy to make and adapt. Its so cool to find a good FREE pattern. I have made the monkey and bear i also worked out how to make a penguin they are all so cute. Thanks again, my house is gonna be full of Little bigfoot toys in no time - woo!!!

    Thanks soooooo much ;-)

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    1. How wonderful, I'm so happy to read your message :) I'm so glad you are enjoying the patterns and even came up with a penguin your own. I love penguins!!

      Have fun and of course Happy Crocheting!!

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  43. LOVED this pattern!! So cute!! :D I made a few changes while making it: 1) when I finished with the head, I went ahead and started on the body on round 2 of the body pattern to give the monkey more of a neck. 2) For the tail I made it all in the main color and a bit thinner and stuck a pipe-cleaner inside so you can mold the tail into different shapes :) 3) I made duplicate of the ears in the alternate color with the main color and attached them to each other with 6 slip stitches around the top, this makes adorable little ears! I made this monkey in one day and can't wait to give it to my friend as a gift tomorrow!! =D Thanks SO much!

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    1. Thanks so much! Sounds like you made a super cute monkey with your modifications.. that's awesome! I'm sure your friend loved your gift :)

      Happy Crocheting!!
      xo

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  44. These are really cute. I will be making a few to give away...
    Thanks for the pattern

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  45. Can you direct me to where online I can find the eyes you used for this monkey? I have tried looking everywhere online but have no such luck. Thanks.

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    1. the eyes in the pictures in this written pattern are just yarn. The eyes I used in the video tutorial are oval buttons I found in a fabric store. The safety eyes I use in my other Little Bigfoot patterns are found online. Google, "Lisa & Ed's Eyes and More" and then click on animal eyes. Thanks for asking!

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  46. Hi Sharon. Thank you so much for your free patterns. Although I don't know English very well, I can easily apply your patterns. My one year old baby adores the monkey. it is very cute. i want to send you the pictures of my crochet animals when i have tried and finished all of them. Thank you very very much:)) bye..

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  47. Hi!Thank you so so much for this pattern!I'm in the process of making the monkey and I'm still at the head part,but I'll keep going ^_^ I was also wondering if you could post a little bigfoot panda? With the same size as the monkey?Please and thank you!!God bless and keep up the good work!!

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  48. Hello Sharon, please let me say such a big thank you for this pattern. I just started being on maternity leave...and found great way to relax and it is a toy-crocheting...and along with that i found your pattern as well... my family and friends instantly fell in love with this little monkey...so it seems i might learn the pattern by heart.. thank you one more time! :) you are so talented... big "Děkuji" right from the heart of Europe - Czech Republic ;)

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  49. Hi Sharon

    This pattern is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing.

    If I wanted to make a larger monkey, should I double-up on pattern instructions? Tried looking through your trial of questions and answers but no luck

    Jag Cunliffe X

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    1. thank you :)
      I haven't tried that with this one but doubling the yarn should work ok and of course use a larger hook like a 5.00 or even a 5.5mm with 2 strands of worsted weight yarn. I'm actually just revising this one now.. got through the body last night and will go through the rest of the parts today. I will be revising a few things on this monkey to make them easier. Watch my blog for the new pattern :)
      And I should also add I have bigger monkey patterns. Look to the right hand side of this page for the label list and click on the label "Monkey" and that will bring up all the posts with monkey in them

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