Doe, a deer, a female deer!
So, fawns rank amongst the cutest of animals right up there with bunnies, fluffy kittens and puppies. Indeed, I’m kind of surprised how long it took us to have a closer crochet look at them. However, today we will make up for this glaring omission. Therefore, here are some absolutely adorable and amazing fawn amigurumi patterns that will warm your heart and delight the young ones. Additionally, these are quite large patterns, so that they will make great softies for kids to hold and snuggle with. That said, they are also quite easy to make, so you don’t need to feel intimidated if you haven’t made ami critters of this size before.
Amigurumi Deer Fawn
Of course, the first fawn amigurumi we’ll take a crack at is a wonderful, fun young deer that is so reminiscent of a certain famous one from a movie. However, truly make this one your own by outfitting the stuffie with wonderful decorations and accessories.
The original pattern and the photos are available on graceandyarn.com blog:
Here are some more ideas for color combo:
Alternatively, for a more modern take, why not try this sleepy, cuddly fawn made of fuzzy yarn. In particular, I like the idea that a stuffy is not only soft in its entirety, but also has a warm, fuzzy exterior as well.
The original pattern and the photos are available on Spin a Yarn Crochet: