Make a crochet Sir Jorgenbjorgen beloved by your favorite ice queen! This darling little crochet puffin will delight all Frozen fans. Follow the crochet pattern to make your very own puffin! Finished puffin measures about 10″ tall, so he’s perfect for all ages.
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Serious question: Do you immediately notice featured crochet or knit items in shows or movies?
I’m like a moth to a flame when I see those cute afghans slung over the set couch or when a favorite character is wearing rustic, thick cowl.
My heart leaped a bit when I watched a Frozen short and saw Elsa’s sweet little crochet puffin toy. I thought the animators did a fantastic job with the crochet stitch details. He was clearly crocheted, I felt so seen in my craft. I thought it was a very fun detail. Did you notice?
For a couple years, this little guy has been on my to-make list and I finally gave it a go at the end of ’22. Although I planned to have my crochet Sir Jorgenbjorgen be the first pattern of ’23, that darn cape threw me for a loop.
Thankfully I got it worked out, and am so pleased to introduce this little puffin!
I had to take some creative license with the tail as we can’t really see what’s happening under the cape. I cam up with a simple method using a separate piece.
How to get this Sir Jorgenbjorgen crochet pattern:
This crochet puffin pattern can be individually purchased in my shops. It is also included in the Endless Bundle, this Whistle and Ivy all-access pass!
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You can get the crochet puffin crochet pattern in my shops, click the shop links below:
What you need to make this crochet puffin:
Since we still have several feet of snow on the ground outside, I had an easy, snowy photo session with Sir Jorgenbjorgen. Great job, buddy 😍
Keep your eye out for those theatrical bits of crochet! I know it makes my favorite shows even that more magical, and since knitwear gets all the attention, it’s nice seeing some crochet representation!
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