Are your crochet hooks gathering dust? Are you stuck hunting for your next crochet project? Well, suffer no longer. One of these 8 projects for cute and cuddly crocheted sheep and lambs could be your next masterpiece, so get crafting!
Can you imagine how much more fun Easter egg hunts would be if all eggs were crocheted lamb eggs? We'd shamelessly race to find one of these — and no, we're not "way too old for it," Mom.
We can imagine few stuffed animals more precious than one of these crocheted sleeping baby sheep. Even looking at the dozing trio makes us ready for a snooze. Pro tip: if you're out of fuzzy yarn when crocheting these, use your crochet hook to muss the fibers.
The playful coloring and texture of a handmade bib like this crocheted sheep baby bib is sure to make your little one light up with joy. We bet you can't wait for him to spit up on it.
Three adorable crocheted lambs, a few felted clouds, a wooden embroidery hoop and a mini picket fence combine to become a unique DIY baby mobile. Though a thoughtful gift for new and soon-to-be parents, this is no one-hour project. While you may not need nine month's advance notice, be sure to plan somewhat ahead. The creator warns in her tutorial that the lambs took longer to assemble than she anticipated.
CraftFoxes, meet Lucy Lamb: a character dreamed up by crocheter Beth at meo-my-crochet. Beth's inspiration came from the necessity to use up excess and spare yarn before stocking up for the next big project — and that's a feeling to which most of us yarn hoarders can relate! #NoShame.
Crocheted Lamb Winter HatWe fully recognize that winter has only recently released her frigid grip, at least for us East Coast folk ... but does that mean we can't start dreaming up our next winter crochet project? Because we'd like to add this cozy crocheted lamb over the ear hat to the docket. Please and thank you.
Crocheted Mini SheepBold, cartoonish felt eyes make this crocheted mini sheep stand out from the herd — in the best way possible.
Crochet a soft little toy sheep for a little loved one in your life! A note for beginner crocheters: to make this plushie, you'll first need to know (or learn!) how to crochet in spiral and rounds.