Crochet Meercat Bride and Groom

One of our patients, an avid supporter of the Charity Yarn Bombing asked if we would make a merecat bride and groom for her grandaughters wedding.

Crochet Meercat Bride and Groom She dropped into the surgery a knitting pattern book and some yarn and left it with us. My colleague, who is a much better knitter than I, kindly took it all home to make them.

Crochet Meercat Bride 1Unfortunately my talented colleague wasn’t happy with the finished item, the fine yarn was not easy to work with and a strain on the eye at the end of a busy day! So I had a look for a crochet version and found this pattern from Planet June. it was much easier to execute that the knitted version so we made amendments to suit our patients request and came up with this Bride and Groom.

Crochet Meercat Bride

Crochet Meercat GroomWe send our congratulations to the happy couple, or should we say couples!

12 thoughts on “Crochet Meercat Bride and Groom

  1. Tajana August 6, 2015 / 12:16

    They are sweet indeed!! Great work!

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  2. arlingwoman August 6, 2015 / 02:50

    These are very, very cute. The bride’s dress is quite something, with its little train.

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  3. grammiepammie August 5, 2015 / 15:40

    You did an excellent job on these! (Meercats? Really ODD choice, but you executed them wonderfully – congratulations!)

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    • thegrangerange.wordpress.com August 7, 2015 / 21:03

      Thanks, It does work ok on this project but I tried making a cat using both knitting and crochet but I didn’t like it so adapted the pattern to crochet all the pieces. Hoping to share that one next.

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  4. sewchet August 5, 2015 / 08:30

    So sweet! Have you got any photos of the knitted attempt – it would be interesting to see the difference?

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    • thegrangerange.wordpress.com August 7, 2015 / 21:01

      I will ask my colleage if she kept the knitted one, it was her first attempt so I am sure a second try might have been more successful but the yarn was so fine I just didn’t fancy trying. Shame on me!

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