Free Simply Crochet Endangered Animals Magazine

Posted by Angela Morton on

While stocks last, we are including a free Simply Crochet Endangered Animals Magazine when you purchase ten or more balls of Sirdar Happy Cotton.

Crochet turtle with pale green limbs and head and a brown shellCrochet snail with yellow body and a yellow, brown and cream striped shell
A crocheted bird with bright blue feet

 

This magazine contains twelve patterns for unusual and beautiful animals, designed by a talented group of designers to raise awareness of the many species which are in danger of extinction all around the world. From mammals to molluscs, birds to sea creatures, these patterns are beautiful as well as meaningful.

Crocheted Macaw - a yellow, green, blue, black and white birdA crocheted yellow frog with pale belly and brown spotsCrochet butterfly with dark blue body, blue wings and yellow details

The patterns include:

  • Red Panda
  • Polynesian Tree Snail
  • Duck-Billed Platypus
  • Karner Blue Butterfly
  • Green Sea Turtle
  • Fiji Banded Iguana, Mandrill
  • Blue-Footed Booby
  • Baby Malayan Tapir
  • Blue-Throated Macaw
  • Panamanian Golden Frog
  • Humboldt Penguin!

Crocheted green and white striped iguanaA crochet mandril - a brown monkey with blue face and red noseA crocheted red panda with an orange and brown body, white face details and blushing cheeksBlack and white crochet penguin with pink detailsPale brown crochet platypus with dark brown feet and billBlack crocheted tapir with white stripes

Bubblegum pink ball of yarn

Each pattern is made with our newest yarn, Sirdar Happy Cotton. It's perfect for making toys, animals and other small projects using lots of colours due to the expansive range of colours and small ball sizes. At just 20g a ball, it's perfect for reducing wastage - more economical and better for the planet! Sirdar Happy Cotton is a soft, smooth double knit yarn with great stitch definition and works wonderfully with the patterns to create these stunning animals.

 


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