Amigurumi Crochet Elephant PDF Pattern

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An adorable amigurumi project to make: Meet Elsie the Crochet Elephant PDF Pattern! Elsie can be made from DK or worsted weight yarn, and she would make the perfect amigurumi elephant plushie for a little girl or boy in your life!

Inside this Amigurumi Elephant PDF Pattern You Will Find:

  • Written Instructions for all individual parts
  • Photo tutorial to help along the way
  • Links to videos to help with common amigurumi techniques you need to know

Materials You Need:

  • DK weight yarn: approx. 100 grams in light gray, and 25 grams in dark gray
  • 3.5mm crochet hook
  • You can also try using worsted weight yarn & a 4 or 4.5mm hook, but the plushie size will vary depending on your tension.
  • 12-mm black safety eyes (or embroider eyes for children under 3)
  • Fiber Filling 
  • Yarn needle & stitch marker

    Skill Level: Intermediate

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    Terms of use:
    This pattern is my original design. It is for private use only; please do not redistribute or resell it in any way.

    If you have any questions, please contact me and I will do my best to help.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    Sharla Cleveland

    Easy to read

    Pauline Moeller
    I made it

    The elephant pattern was perfect. The elephant is very cute. Thank you!

    Lorraine DeMarco
    Very easy to make

    The Elephant pattern was not only very to make, but also a lot of fun. Thank you so much for the pattern.

    Aubrie Jones
    Super Cute!

    I enjoy making these elephants and my family really loves them. I found the pattern to be easy to follow and the elephant turns out really well. The only problem I have with understanding is the drawing the string up on the arms for the toes...doesn't really work out or I don't know how to do it but I use yarn and then have to tie a know and stuff it in but doesn't give that pulled effect very well. Otherwise its a great toy for a free pattern.

    Laura Peterson
    Amigurumi Elephant

    Directions were really hard to follow on this - I would say this would be for a person that is advanced in crochet. I didn't end up finishing it because the directions just didn't make sense. A video to follow along would have made this much better.

    Hi Laura, I'm sorry you found this pattern tricky. If you would've emailed me as you were having trouble I would have been happy to help you figure it out. :)