Ive been making these cute little cows for a while now and my local supplier suggested i make a highland cow from the new mohair stock he recently received.
I named him haggis, he already found a lovely now home but i love how my little cow turned out.
As much as i would love to say there will be a pattern. Unfortunately I was deteared by people who just wanted a free cow pattern whenever i asked for help over colour transitions and how to write them.
Maybe i will write a pattern for my cows when i am more experienced but for now i just am admiring how far ive come in my crochet journey
It looks very cute in mohair yarn congrats on your first post
He looks amazing! I never thought to crochet with mohair, but now I might start I hope you feel confident enough to start writing patterns soon!
AW!!! This is SO cute! I love it so much
He is absolutely adorable! You did fantastic work!
So adorable! And great craftsmanship
I’m going to be trying to show my crafts more often.
I have a lot of original designs im really proud of.
Hopefully i have about 5/6 original patterns im really proud of. My beautiful cows especially.
Ill show them off more often.
Thank you i really have been working hard. Im trying my best a lot
Thank you lil cows are my favourite.
Highlands especially. Please look forward to seeing more of my creations
How adorable! I love his little pose!
Awww it’s soo cute! Very nice work
Thank you. I like to take into consideration of that. Most my my cows have really unique poses so the have a personality of the own 100% of the time
adorable! i love him so much
Free patterns are always welcomed by our fellow crafters: it saves us money for the yarns & supplies we need to test/make the pattern.
That said, please, please dont feel deterred in writing out your patterns because gifting one pattern in exchange for the wealth of information you’ll receive to expand your own. Not to mention finding amazing friends with lots in common with you. BTW, I like YouTube videos for learning or perfecting my skills. Just type in “crochet color changes” as a search. Tons of free help out there!!
Your Highland Cow is very cute and I look forward to seeing it in print soon. Thanks for loving the same craft as me! I’d enjoy seeing your collection … maybe put pics of them in your makes section … they dont have to be for sale, lol.
God Bless Always,