The internet is in love with frogs and toads and we wanted to show you why. That’s why Bored Panda hopped all over the net to put together this funny and wholesome list of these riveting (or rather ribbiting) amphibians.
This is for a PDF Pattern ONLY on Ko-fi.com This is purchased on Ko-fi and will not show up in your library. Please be aware when you purchase that the email you use to purchase will be where the pattern will be sent by Ko-fi I’ve created this step by step written pattern- complete with photos, tips, tricks and helpful links! American Terms Difficulty: Comfortable Beginner Comfortable with rows, increasing and decreasing, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, and picot stitches. Some sewing required. Yarns I used: Lion Brand Pound of Love Medium (4) weight in Olive and in Antique White Medium (4) weight and a scrap of yarn in gold for the eye detail. Any yarn will work as long as hook size does not leave gaps in the stitches. When in doubt, size down. ***** A NOTE ON YARNS***** Almost all of the yarns I use in my stash has been given to me, so they vary widely. However I suggest the same weight, and if possible the same brand if you are buying new skeins, of at least 3.5 oz of each color. This ensures that each piece will match in size and shape as “medium weight” can vary from brand to brand. Colors needed for pieces: body color, belly color and a scrap piece for eyes. Recommended Hook size: 3.25mm (used in pattern) or 3.5mm Supplies: Yarn Yarn Needle Fiber filling Scissors 9mm safety eyes Crochet hook Scrap yarn or stitch markers 28 gauge wire (optional) Pieces are worked flat. Limbs are crocheted on then sewn to make thinner. Final bit of sewing is to attach belly to body.
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The Fringed Leaf Frog (Cruziohyla craspedopus) is one of the rarest amphibians in the world. The 3-inch creature lives a reclusive life up in the Amazon rainforest’s high canopies — it rarely visits the ground — in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. The frog’s coloration, of course, is stunning — intermixing green, blue, and purple. […]
Tanto Yensen is an Indonesian photographer who takes stunning pictures of frogs. The Jakarta-based animal enthusiast has a knack for getting up close and personal with his awesome amphibian subjects in order to give us a detailed glimpse into their surprisingly interesting world.
*Suitable for intermediate crocheters* This pattern is in US terms (in English and French only). Arthur is about 23 cm (9 inches) tall, but can be bigger or smaller depending on the yarn you choose to make him. What you will need for this tutorial: - Crochet hook 2.00mm - Cotton fingering (4 ply) yarn - Stuffing - Black safety eyes (10 or 12mm) - Stitch markers - Pointy wool needle - Scissors - Sewing pins - Embroidery needle (optional) ©Critter Stitch – Stephanie Buckner, created 2020. This pattern is copyrighted and is for personal use only. This pattern cannot be copied, shared or sold in any way. Products made from this pattern can be sold only if they reference the author.
This tree frog raised a smile from wildlife photographer Shikhei Goh, 37, who snapped the shots near his Indonesian home in Batam Island.
There are some bizarre friendships in the animal world, but probably none more bizarre than that between a green tree frog and a snail.
Look how grumpy it is!