Tiny pink forest mouse – pattern in English

You might have seen some of the mice that I have crocheted lately, from the great pattern I found on the blog Pysselboa?

Crochet Forest mice - pattern by Irene Holmgren

The designer Irene Holmgren from the blog Pysselboa has been kind enough to grant me permission to translate her cute crochet mouse pattern into English and to share it on my blog.

Irene has this wonderful idea to give her patterns away for free but with the condition that you give a small or big contribution to her fundraiser for the Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation.
Of course it is quite OK to give to any cancer foundation of your choice as well, the main thing is to contribute in the fight against cancer and to make a difference!

It is very much appreciated if you left a comment on her blog post if you download this pattern, and encourage others to also make a contribution to the fight against cancer. Click on: Pysselboa blogpost.

You can now download the pattern as a pdf here or from my free patterns page.

Enjoy!

Tiny Pink Forest Mouse - pattern by Irene HolmgrenHelp the Pink Forest Mouse help!

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6 Responses to Tiny pink forest mouse – pattern in English

  1. iHanna says:

    Oh my, they are adorable! It was a long time since I crocheted an animal but these are sooo cute. 🙂

  2. Eleanor says:

    Love them, my great granddaughter lives in another state, so will be lite to post too. I will donate to our local cancer group here in West Australia ,thank you.

  3. Amanda Collins says:

    Do you have a pattern for the mouse’s dress? My mom really wants the little mouse in the white dress.

    Amanda

    • Anita says:

      Hi Amanda! The white mouse dress is a variation of the yellow dress you can find in my free pattern here. The difference is that you reduce row 2-6 to only contain 2 rows and that you add a row with slip stitches in each stitch from the previous row. I hope I have been able to explain. If not, just get back to me! Good luck! /Anita

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