The good thing with testing a pattern for another designer is that you can get your hands on a pattern before it’s actually going to be released. So there were no second thoughts when Dedri asked me if I was willing to test her latest pattern Zoe-The Zebra. Zoe is the second cutesey little animal out of her zoo series in collaboration with Annette. I was actually allowed to test her “rhino-brother” Rupert back in February this year just in case you missed that post ;).

Zoe the zebra

Like all of Dedri’s patterns, Zoe is very easy to follow. I don’t know if it’s because of the fact that I’ve done several of her little animals already but I found that Zoe was easier than Rupert or Grace, especially the colour changes, making it easy to make sure you don’t mess up your stitch count. Even though Dedri recommends 5 mm safety eyes for Zoe I used 6 mm for my version. You might wonder why ;) Simply because I didn’t have 5 mm on hand ;)

Zoe the zebra

Zoe is actually a quite cheeky zebra. She didn’t want to stay indoors and preferred an outdoor shoot ;)

Zoe the zebra

Zoe the zebra

And now it’s time for you to hop over to lookatwhatimade and grab the free Zoe pattern :)

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I’m San and I’m the voice behind Loopsan. I’m a scientist by day (oh-no nerd alarm ;-)) but at night I turn into a crafter with heart. I love to crochet, bake, travel, keep memories in photographs and love everything DIY.


    • San Reply

      Thank you for providing those amazing patterns :) Love to test for you :) x

  1. I’m glad to here you find this one easier than the others. Those color changes seemed a bit daunting to me. Love the photos of her in the daisies :)

    • San Reply

      You should really give it a try! The colour changes are def not as difficult as they might look like! x

      • Just finished it and I L-O-V-E!!! You’re right, they aren’t to hard… as long as you don’t tangle the two yarns *finger pointing at me* ;D

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