I mostly used the pattern available here. <<CLICKY>>

The only major differences are that I used macrame thread and a needle to make the nostrils, I used a different technique for the tail, and I used  2 different hook sizes for different size piggies. If you're not familiar with this particular cartoon piggy, click here.
<p>Hi, can you send me please the pdf to learn it, my e-mail is crazy_la4o@abv.bg thanks</p>
Cute! Is there any way you can share this pattern with people here who might not be ravelry members?<br />
If you want to inbox me your email, I can send you the pdf pattern. Not sure how to add it here. I would like to mention that Ravelry is a free to join site, and an endless wealth of free &amp;/or cheap patterns!! Well worth joining, I've found. :) But again, I'm happy to send the pdf to you.
I would be more than happy to help you attach pdfs to all of your projects! You can email them to sarah@instructables.com.<br /><br />I happen to be a member of Ravelry, but it took a while for my membership to come through. It's a good reminder that anyone can join for free!
Very, very nice. I have got to get this pattern for my wife.<br><br>Now, if you could dig up a pattern for Minimoose, our lives would be complete :)
Here's the link on Ravelry for <a href="http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-moose-a-crochet-pattern-by-erin-scull" rel="nofollow">the moose</a>!

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