amigurumi Koala Aunts and Uncles.

Aunt Weaver and her niece Holly relax after a happy fun day.

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        Uncle Geoff comes to see them and Holly is very pleased to see him.  

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Holly thinks her Uncle Geoff is the kindest and bravest Koala in the Outback.

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“I wish I could fix it so that everyone had an Uncle Geoff and an Aunt Weaver” thought Holly happily. 

Would you like your own aussiegurumi Koala? Click for your amigurumi Koala pattern. 

 Happy crocheting!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Author: gentlestitches

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30 thoughts on “amigurumi Koala Aunts and Uncles.”

  1. Excellent and clever identification!! Indigenous to this area, cream bottlebrush planted by myself when they were 2 inches high from here. http://www.vinc.net.au/
    I love to think my Koalas might inspire you to paint a Koala! I look forward to seeing him or her or them. 🙂

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  2. Hooray for Aunt Weaver, Uncle Geoff and little Holly 🙂 (the latter in particular) – I love each of them to bits!!

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  3. Oh what a lovely thing to say! I am on a mission to make sure that any young person who has an interest in knitting and/or crochet will be shown how to!! I love our digital life but we are human and as such have an innate ability and need to create in various forms. All we need are mentors and off we fly! I LOVE your pieces because they are an exquisite, tangible mix of the virtual and the real. They provoke thought and are beautiful. 🙂

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  4. Oh Sharon – that little brown/tan koala is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen! I was thinking of you today when I saw a headline that said “Knitting and crocheting on the rise amongst teenage girls in the U.S.” I’m pretty sure that’s because these teens have seen and read your blog!! Esp. all the great aussiegurumi pieces you’ve done lately!

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  5. I love koalas!!! These are so sweet and so adorable!
    Can’t wait ot make me a pair of these cuties asap!
    Thank you for the pattern 🙂

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  6. Thanks Kenley and good to see you back. Sometimes just a little encouragement goes a long way. My poor Mum was sick while I was growing up and she always saw any form of entertainment as a complete disaster waiting to happen. I am learning it is actually a loving and enjoyable activity especially with a bit of help, which I have.

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  7. Thank you. I have never ending inspiration, encouragement and very serious suggestions from the gorgeous young ones in my life. They love your ideas too.

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  8. Thank you. I know you are very busy so you can put crochet in “something to look into learning when I get a spare moment” basket! You would learnt up very quickly! 🙂

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