Tiny Knitted Elephants with Free Patterns
You certainly won`t be able to resist the patterns for Tiny Knitted Elephants because they`re so cute and also easy to make. These amigurumi animals are great projects for beginners and you can knit them in no time. Use leftover yarn and also customize them with different colors. Maybe even add tiny details such as bows or flowers. Get creative and use these elephants not only as toys but also to make key chains or bag charms. They will definitely look adorable on a baby mobile with other knitted animals. Whether to keep or to give away, these tiny elephants are surely a fun project to complete. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
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Elephant Free Knitting Pattern
What a cutie! Our hearts literally melted the first time we saw this adorable knitted elephant. Amanda Berry showed her talents once again! Isn’t your repertoire of patterns already full of her genius creations? It surely should!
Level: upper beginner Author: Amanda Berry
The original pattern and the photos are available on Deramores here. More info on Ravelry here.
Mini Elephant Free Knitting Pattern
Are you looking for a relaxing pattern for long autumn evenings? Who isn’t? This sweet elephant by Aine Marriott is a quick and fun project to make. Knit a couple for little or big animal lovers in your life! This figurine will certainly make a cute toy or a key chain.
Level: beginner Author: Aine Marriott
The original pattern is available on Ravelry here. Info about this version by Sofylo and the photos are on Ravelry here.
Knit Baby Elephant Amigurumi Free Pattern
Are you wondering how to make use of this knitted cutie designed by Amanda Maciel? Make this adorable elephant as a bag charm or attach it to a baby mobile. It will also make a great last-minute gift as it`s quick and easy to work on. So convenient, right?
Level: beginner Author: Amanda Maciel
The original pattern is available on Ravelry here. Info about this version by jmjbean and the photos are on Ravelry here.