Adorable Crochet Sheep: Perfect Gift for Easter or Baby Showers

Today, we are excited to share with you an adorable crochet project that is perfect for various occasions, such as Easter or baby showers. We present to you Lucy the Crochet Sheep, a cute and cuddly amigurumi toy that is sure to delight anyone who receives it. This intermediate-level project, crafted with thicker yarn, works up quickly, making it ideal for those last-minute gifts. Let’s dive into the details and get started on creating your very own crochet sheep!

Introducing Lucy, a charming crochet sheep that is perfect for Easter, baby showers, or just as a heartwarming gift. Made with thicker yarn, this cute and cuddly sheep is quick to crochet, so no need to worry if you’re short on time. This amigurumi project allows you to practice basic techniques and shapes, as well as the assembly and finishing touches that make amigurumi projects come to life.


  • Approximately 285 yds of Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick (Color A)
  • Approximately 50 yds of Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick (Color B)
  • 6.5 mm crochet hook
  • Stitch marker
  • 10 mm shank back eyes (2)
  • Polyfil stuffing
  • 1.5″ buttons (2)
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors

Abbreviations (US terminology):

  • Ch: Chain
  • FLO: Front Loop Only
  • Inv: Invisible
  • Rep: Repeat
  • Sc: Single Crochet
  • Sc2tog: Single Crochet Two Together
  • Slst: Slip Stitch
  • St(s): Stitch(es)

Lucy the crochet sheep is constructed from six separate segments: head, ears, arms, legs, tail, and body. Each segment is sewn together during the assembly process. The pattern recommends using the magic ring technique to start each segment.


  • Standing: 20″ tall
  • Seated: 13.5″ tall

Follow the detailed instructions in the original article to crochet the head, ears, legs, arms, tail, and body. Make sure to add stuffing to each part before sewing them together.

Assembly Instructions:

  1. Attach the arms to the body opening on opposite ends, using whip stitches and the tails from the arms.
  2. Sew up each end of the legs, using whip stitches and the tails from the legs.
  3. Attach the legs to the bottom of the body, using whip stitches and the tails from the body.
  4. Sew the head onto the body, using whip stitches and the tail from the head.
  5. Attach the ears to the sides of the head, using whip stitches and the tails from the ears.
  6. Sew the tail to the back of the body, using whip stitches and the tail from the tail.

Your adorable crochet sheep, Lucy, is now complete and ready to be gifted or displayed. This project not only helps you practice your amigurumi skills but also results in a charming, handmade gift that will delight friends and family.

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Bhooked Crochet

Congratulations on completing Lucy the Crochet Sheep! This charming amigurumi toy is a perfect addition to any nursery, playroom, or as a thoughtful gift for a loved one. We hope you enjoyed working on this project and exploring various amigurumi techniques, including shaping, assembly, and finishing touches. Don’t forget to share your finished crochet sheep with us and other fellow crocheters on our social media channels. Keep checking back at Crochet Easy Patterns for more unique and exciting crochet projects to come. Happy crocheting!

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