Crochet a Yeti

Intro: Crochet a Yeti

My Yeti is a tribute piece based on the Threadless.com T-shirt Design "Everybody Loves a Yeti" by Scott Bartlett. To create my yeti, I used Red Heart Designer Sport yarn in white and green and a size E hook. The body was made in one piece and arms and legs were attached after brushing the yarn out to a soft fluffy texture with a pet slicker brush.

The pattern is not yet available, but it is on my list of things to do!

Thanks for checking out my instructable slide show and happy crocheting!
Karla (The Itsy Bitsy Spider)
http://itsybitsyspidercrochet.blogspot.com/

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    18 Discussions

    I really want to get to it -- I PROMISE!  If you can, join my facebook page and you'll be sure to get the latest as soon as it happens!

    https://www.facebook.com/theitsybitsyspider

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    sanne8theitsybitsyspider

    Reply 3 years ago

    when will the pattern become available I really want to make for my niece

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    TheDiyFan

    5 years ago on Introduction

    This is the first adorable looking yeti ive seen its so cute!!

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    jklepees

    7 years ago on Introduction

    My son really wants me to make him a yeti/bigfoot & he really likes this one! :) is the pattern available? I would so appreciate your help. Thanks, Jen
    klepeesfamily@hotmail.com

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    nancyCpants

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Oh how cute.

    Looks like one might easily adapt this design to make a Domo-kun.

    I love Domo. :3

    Oh this one is even cooler then the cupcakes :D

    Make some instructions on this one and I assure you it'll be a winner :D

    You have my vote that's for sure :)

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    I really need to get moving on some of the patterns I have on the shelf! There are at least five that  I want to get done and about half of those I plan to offer at no cost. I love the instructables format, so I'm sure you'll be seeing the yeti pattern soon!

    Great :D

    I fell in love with the instructable format rather fast to. It's so great that people show you how you can make all this cool stuff free of charge and how things you find easy can prove challeging for others. And how people appreciate it when you explain it to them then.