Monty Moo

Finally, I have typed up the pattern for Monty Moo... download it for free from here! If you have any trouble downloading, please leave me a comment below with your e-mail address and I'll send it to you!

PDF Monty Moo

He is also available as a free Ravelry download!


This is just my second pattern I have written up, so if you think anything is wrong or difficult to understand, please let me know! Feedback welcome, good or bad! Many Thanks!




87 comments:

  1. oh my goodness. i love this!!! i have the itch. so bad. i want to make this. its totally amazing!

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    1. Thank you! Give him a try and let me know how you get on, I'd love to see the finished Monty! Crochet is a little bit addictive isn't it?!

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    2. Hi, Just come across this lovely Moo and thought I would have ago, however, I cant download it, been trying for ages. Could I be cheeky and ask you to mail me please. dani.yeats@hotmail.co.uk. Thankyou so much x

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    3. I saw where you were having issues downloading this ... when you click on the link, on the top left you will see a file button, click that and at the very bottom click down load... it should give you an option on how to open it or save it...

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  2. What a beautiful cow! I love him! I shared on FB and Google+ :) You've done an excellent job with the pattern! Congrats! Rhondda

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    1. Thanks for your kind comments, and for sharing! Glad you like the pattern :)

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  3. Im trying to download the pattern but its not working

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    1. Seems to be ok on my phone. If not do you have an email address I can send it to? Will look into the problem later when I get my laptop on! :)

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  4. Can't download. Could you please email me the pattern? Want to make for Christmas for granddaughter who LOVES cows. Patriotmom@yahoo.com. Thanks so much

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    1. Didn't get it. WWould you mind sending it again? Thanks

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  5. Can't download this lovely pattern. Could you please email me the pattern? Want to make for my daughter wilmabonke@hotmail.nl. Thanks so much.
    Wilma

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  6. so generous! I have a yogurt store,and I am going to craft them and display them! They are awesome,and so are you!

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    1. thanks! he'd fit right in a yoghurt store! Hope you enjoy the pattern, would love to see some pics when you're done! :)

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  7. I will definitely make one of these. It is the cutest thing.... you do such great work and thank you for sharing patterns and not charging.

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    1. Thanks for your kind comments! Hope you try him out! Would love to see him finished! :)

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  8. How cute as well a generous. Thank you for sharing!

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  9. I can't seem to download the pattern. Would love to make this for my daughter who loves MOOs.
    Could you please email the pattern to Romany_Rahni@hotmail.com.

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  10. Heyyy I want to download the pattern!
    but also here, in holland, it doenst want to work :(
    can you email me the pattern?
    thanks already, Janita
    janita_timmers@hotmail.com

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  11. I can't download either
    Can you also e-mail the pattern to me?
    Thank you!
    braseltonmomof3@yahoo.com

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  12. Love, Love, Love! How big is Monty? I have this crazy idea about making the head and arms and making a security blanket for my soon-to-be niece or nephew. Is it crazy?

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    1. Hi, glad you like him! Using dk weight yarn he sits about 5in high. People have already made him with his head and arms on a snuggler blanket so it's not a crazy idea! Go for it, I'd love to see the finished article! :)

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  13. Can't download either can you pls email me the pattern judy_fern_2002@yahoo.com thank you so much

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  14. cant download this pattern can you kindly send it me via email thank you so much i really want to make this cow :) cant wait baby_pink_london@hotmail.co.uk

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  15. After clicking the 'here' link you notice in the left hand corner of the page it says 'file, edit, view, help' click 'file' and the bottom should say download click that and you will have your pdf :) hope this solves the problem for some of you.

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    1. Thanks for that info! I will sort out a better way of doing it soon :)

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  16. can't download the pattern...i tried the way "kay" ^^above^^ said to do and my anti virus software said it could harm my pc if i tried to download it. could you email me the pattern please? (caitlynwalls@live.com)

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  17. Cant download! e-mail jwh.geustyn@gmail.com

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  18. Unfortunately can't download, could you please email me the pattern, avjackson@yahoo.co.uk

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  19. please put new link up or e-mail to alice@darterpress.com
    Thank you! I love cows!

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  20. Sorry to say it wont download for me either. I already bought yarn for it, can you email it to me as well? CraftasticMommy@yahoo.com

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  21. Just finished making Monty today as a baby gift for my sister...I love, love, LOVE him! Now I'm trying to figure out who else I can make him for since we already have way too many stuffed animals around my house! :)

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    1. Thanks :) glad you like him! Make a whole herd of Monty's! The more the merrier I say! :)

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    2. Sounds like a plan!

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  22. I am also unable to download this pattern. Could you please email it to me? smcmahon321@gmail.com Thank you. I would love to make one for my mom who loves cows

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  23. My daughter saw this pic and will not stop asking for Monty Moo but I am unable to download it. Any chance you could email it to me, it would be greatly appreciated. She thinks she and her brother both need one. Simplysofias@yahoo.com thank you!

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  24. I just downloaded it and printed it, maybe the link has been fixed.

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  25. Can you please send me this pattern via email to tigger33830@yahoo.com, do to the fact that Im on a loaner computer......Thank yiou

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  26. Could you possibly email this pattern to me...iluvmickey22@gmail.com. I just learned how to crochet and would love to make this wonderfully cute pattern for my young niece...thank you ever so much. Amy

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  27. Could you, please, email this pattern to me? I can not to download. I can not wait to try to crochet this cute cow.Have a nice weekend.Erika
    berika@stonline.sk

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  28. hi love the cow. I cant get the pattern could you email me please. lisapotts32@gmail.com
    thank you. lisa

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  29. This is such a cute pattern! I am also having trouble downloading and would love if you could please send it to my email.... crystallycat@hotmail.com Thanks. Crystal

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  30. Hei:) i wouldlove to try this pattern but i cant get it downloaded, can you please mail it to me on : june.skaanes@gmail.com

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  31. I cant download you beautiful cow my mail is mirtonga@hotmail.es thanks,mirta

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  32. So cute-I hope to make this udderly darling critter soon. You are so kind to share. I think my great grand babies with be delighted. I may have to make one just for me.

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  33. This I so AWESOME ... I love Cows. I can't wait yo make home. Might have to make for my kids so they leave mine alone. Alas my Kindle won't download it could you please send to me at: daystar1972@yahoo.com
    Thank you.

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  34. Could you please send me this beautiful pattern I want to make it for my great granddaughter. cteresagail@yahoo.com

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  35. I am unable to get pattern can you please e mail it to me santaclaus1@cableone.net thanks so much for sharing your hard work!!!

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  36. This is the cutest thing ever :) Thank you for the free pattern!!

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  37. I am unable to download so if you could please email the pattern that would be terrific! jmckenzie64@uninets.net
    Thank you so much!!

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    1. Never mind - figured it out, thank you so much! It's so cute!

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  38. Im having trouble downloading the pattern to my tablet, but it works fine on my phone... weird! Is there any chance you could email me the pattern so I can make it for my nieces birthday? My email is annabellebessell190@hotmail.com Thank you so much! Xx

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  39. hugbear657@aol.com is my email.. Love this cow, could you please send me the pattern:)

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  40. Very cute! What size is the finished toy?

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    1. Using dk weight yarn and a 3.5mm hook, mine sits about 6 inches tall. Hope that helps :)

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  41. a-moulton@hotmail.com!! Can you send me it? I want to make one for my niece.

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  42. All_country1930@yahoo.com please send pattern to me I think it's adorable

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  43. I can't seem to download the pattern. Would love to make this for my soon to be great grandchild.
    Could you please email the pattern to cissygordon@live.com ....Thanks so much ... Cissy

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  44. I was able to download it perfectly. Thanks! Look forward to trying it when I get around to it. :)

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  45. If I was to use worsted weighted yarn what sz hook would you recommend. I've started with DK weight baby yarn and he seems to be very tiny and I can't afford to go out and buy more yarn lol.

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    1. Hey, I'd probably use a 4mm hook but it really depends on how tight you crochet. What hook would you normally use with your worsted yarn? It doesn't matter as long as it's comfortable and the stitches aren't too loose that stuffing can be seen through them! :)

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    2. There is no 4mm hook in the U.S., if that's a factor. An F(5) = 3.75 and a G(6) = 4.25. 3.50 is an E(4). Most things you use worsted weight yarn for take an H(8) hook, but that would probably make it huge. A G would be easier, but an F should be doable, especially if using cotton yarn. That's what I'll probably end up using, as I never have anything but worsted at home. haha

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    3. I didn't realise you guys didn't have a 4mm... I think a 4.25 G(6) would work ok? Hope it goes ok, would love to see result!

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  46. Monty is beautiful! Thank you for the pattern

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  47. Hi! I LOVE Monty!!!! I tried to download the file but it wouldn't let me...my email address is jschrey@schreysystems.com.

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  48. Can you please email me the pattern I can't get it to download... Griffinshanice81@gmail.com

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  49. Will you please email this to me! Love this! Elizabethjanuary39@gmail.com

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  50. I can't get the pattern to download. I know you have had a lot of request but could you send the pattern to macali_2003@yahoo.com

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  51. Not able to access the pattern. Please email me virggall@yahoo.com

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  52. Hello �� I have been looking for a pattern to make an animal for a charity auction and came across Monty Moo. Wow, he's gorgeous! This is the pattern I settled on and I have now made my Monty. I just wanted to say thank you and provide the link for you to take a look, I hope you approve of the finished Moo �� https://www.facebook.com/153331098177149/photos/a.214101325433459.1073741832.153331098177149/354102234766700/?type=1&ref=notif&notif_t=like

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  53. Would you kindly send me the pattern? Something is wrong with the link. Thanks! mfjbh@yahoo.com

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  54. I would love to have the pattern please - debbie@nevnative.com

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  55. Hi, I would love to get some help with this pattern. How do I make the head into a a circle. I think I am missing something in the directions. You can email me at brendakerins@yahoo.com

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  56. I understand this pattern is done in rounds, but on the head and rest of parts you don't say how many stitches for the magic circle. I got the eye patch easily but from head and on, I'm confused!!!

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    1. Hi sorry I didn't get back sooner, a lot going on here!
      The head is in fact not started by a magic circle. It starts by a chain 9. If you follow the stitch pattern it will give you an oval shape instead of a circle which gives the snout its shape. If you look closely the nose is not circular, and this is how I achieved that shape. Hope this helps :)

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  57. When is the last time she's responded to questions/comments???
    Can anyone help the latest ones figure out the rounds for the head and remaining parts, aside from the eye patch. There are no number of stitches for the magic circle for the rest of the cow!!! Thanks!!!

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  58. Thank you, makes sense now!!! Can't wait to finish!!

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  59. Oh, it's so cute. Would you please send me the pattern (mail: hermann.hansen14@gmail.com).
    In advance - thanks

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  60. Will you please email me the pattern? Gramps10ojai@att.net

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  61. I have a major comp problem right now that keeps me from downloading the pattern. Could you please email it to me - pallietx@gmail.com
    Thank you

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  62. someone is selling your pattern! http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/toy/cow-amigurumi-crochet-pattern/202040

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  63. I really love it, and I'd like to try it but I can't download it, can you please send the pattern to my email?
    sylvia2993@gmail.com

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  64. Unable to download Monty Moo, could you please email the pattern to me. Much appreciated. shirluclark1@hotmail.com

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