I’ve crocheted all of my cow pieces, and attached his features… the only thing left to do is stuff his head & body and attach them!
Stuffing the head and body can be a little tricky, since they’re large pieces. You want to be sure to add plenty of stuffing (to compensate for compression over time), but be careful to not overstuff (which will force the stuffing to show through your stitches).
To stuff your cow’s head/body, take a big fluff of stuffing, and put it in.
Putting in a big fluff of stuffing is better than poking in lots of little pieces of fluff… because little pieces will make your cow look lumpy. You don’t want that! If you add too much, you can just pull the extra out:
Do this for both the head and the body:
Now that they’re stuffed, it’s time to attach them! Read this post on getting a great-looking neck on your cutie!
Here are handy links to all the posts about stuffing amigurumi. . .
- Tips for Stuffing Amigurumi
- Tips for Stuffing Large Amigurumi
- What a Difference Stuffing Makes
- How to Keep Stuffing from Showing through Amigurumi
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