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Olaf Crochet Toy Pattern

By: ChiWei Ranck from 1dogwoof.com
Updated April 26, 2018
Olaf Crochet Toy Pattern

If you love Disney's Frozen, consider crocheting a character from the movie! This darling Olaf-inspired pattern is a great amigurumi pattern for one of the best snowman out there. This would be a great gift for a baby shower, a child, or to donate. It's so wonderful to be able to make a crocheted keepsake from a lovely movie.

From the Designer: "There's lots of pieces to this fun character, but since he's a snowman, each piece isn't too hard to create. Assembly will take a bit more work. Kids will love having him for a friend."

Intermediate

Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook, G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size13-14 inches tall

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This is the most cute snow man ever.However, as you said his nose is the most hardest part ever. I am still stuck with trying and removing and for now is resting on my shelf, until i find inspiration to try again. As no other snow man this guy has personality and has to be just Olaf and the nose has to be perfect. Other part of the pattern are so easy to follow.

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