Introduction: My Fuzzy Wuzzy Was He?

This Fuzzy guy was so quick to make and only used a small amount of yarn. I crocheted him using Lion Brand Fun Fur along with Lion brand wool. The pattern called for holding two strands of fun fur together , but I found using one of wool and one fun fur MUCH easier to handle. I used dark brown wool and Light caramel fun fur fro the body, black fur for around the eye and back of the head. I also glued on a flat backed bead for the center of the eye.
I barely had time to photogragh him before my nine year old "claimed " him! Hope you have fun making this one. THE FREE PATERN IS ON LION BRAND YARN.COM!!

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PetBennett (author)2009-08-17

It's awsome and kind of creepy at the same time, cool!

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crochetmom (author)2008-11-10

Do you still have the pattern available? Lion Brand doesn't have it on their site anymore. Thanks!

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knitterchic (author)crochetmom2008-11-13

Its on Lion brand under crocheted toys. HOWEVER- I should have mentioned , I changed his name. Look under fuzzy pal.Thanks! my apolgy! Lisa

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crochetmom (author)knitterchic2008-11-13

Thanks, I found it! Can't wait to make it!

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Cashmere (author)2008-02-08

Sorry, I don't get it. It looks rather creepy with one big eye.

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knitterchic (author)Cashmere2008-02-09

That's exactly what I think the designer was aiming for . He's supposed to look "rather creepy". Many children love things that are just a bit scary, yet totally safe. He was the hit of the superbowl party and "WATCHED" the game with 17 boys (7-13) who thought he "rocked". He's just interesting and strange- like the "alien " thing. MOM of 6 boys, so I'm acclimated to slightly scary!

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stinkymum (author)2008-02-05

You have a great imagination! This little guy is very fuzzy!

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knitterchic (author)stinkymum2008-02-05

Well, Thank you! 7 children - lots of imagination!

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chuckr44 (author)2008-02-04

"Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear, Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair, Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn't very fuzzy, was he?" Anyone remember the bear-shape soap from the 70's that would grow hair as it dried? It was called Fuzzy Wuzzy.

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ningo (author)2008-02-04

Anybody else think this is strangely reminiscent of a cross between a vortigaunt and one of the tentacles from "Day of the Tentacles?"

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canida (author)2008-02-03

He's adorable! The eye makes it just a teeny bit spooky. ;)

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GorillazMiko (author)2008-02-03

Very cute. I like it, it looks very nice, and furry! :-)
Fuzzy Wuzzy he was.

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