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Black Rhino Amigurumi Course

This Rhino's name is Matumaini which means “Hope” in Swahili, which is very apt because while populations are on the rise, the Black Rhino is still critically endangered! Purchase this pattern to download a PDF version that includes a full length video tutorial.

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Overview

This Rhinos name is Matumaini which means “Hope” in Swahili, which is very apt because while populations are on the rise, the Black Rhino is still critically endangered! This is part of our 3 pattern series to raise money for the World Wildlife Fund to protect the future of nature! Learn more here.

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Difficulty

Medium

Time

~ 2 hours

What you'll create

What you'll learn

01

Front Horn

02

Second Horn

03

Front Leg

04

Back Leg

05

Body

What you'll need

Cotton Yarn

Weight:

Colors:

Crochet Hook

Size G6 / 4.00mm

Safety Bead Eyes

Size 8.00mm

Darning Needle

Stuffing

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Get the full kit for this pattern including all the materials I use to make this project!

20% of this purchase is donated to the World Wildlife Fund.

Abbreviations

FLO/BLO

Front / Back Loops Only

Bean

Bean Stitch (see Part 3)

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