FREE Primitive Sheep Crochet Pattern with Vintage Clothespin Legs
All things PRIMITIVE, that is what I love. Things that tell stories of long ago.
I love a home filled with antiques, old things, and vintage finds. From the rocker on the front porch, to the rag doll hanging on the pie safe and the crock on the hearth I love being surrounded by all things OLD.
I also love to crochet and I love to write patterns that make me happy!
I purchased some vintage clothespins at a tag sale a while back and just could not think of how to display them. I already have some in a mason jar on the kitchen hutch.
These needed new life, a life with purpose.
Then it hit me, I would combine my love for sheep with my love for crochet and add them in as SHEEP LEGS!
That is when this little crochet pattern was BORN!
You will be able to download you PDF file at the bottom of this page.
I started with the body. It is crocheted in a beige cotton yarn.
The blanket is crocheted in a beautiful gold cotton.
I adorned my sheep's blanket with a primitive star button.
The sheep's head is crocheted with black cotton yarn. Notice his ear. :)
I hang mine (with a little jute twine), display them in baskets throughout my home.
They make adorable bowl fillers and ornie decor.
The make nice gifts. They are easy for kids to create and help give practice to those crochet skills.
I ask that if you download my pattern that you do not sell it, if you share it please direct the credit back to this post. The ads on this page help this pattern FREE!
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