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AmiDogs Airedale Terrier

Would you believe I made this pattern over Christmas, and haven’t had a chance to publish it yet?! Time to change that – please allow me to introduce you to my Airedale Terrier. Called ‘King of Terriers’ because it is the largest British terrier, it has a very distinctive appearance with its squared-off body shape and squared-off face!

AmiDogs Airedale Terrier amigurumi crochet pattern by planetjune

My Airedale pattern comes with instructions to give it a fluffy beard, and instructions to make one with just the square muzzle shape and no additional beard (it looks more like an adorable Airedale puppy this way!) so you can take your pick and choose the look you prefer. The AmiDogs Airedale Terrier amigurumi crochet pattern is now available in the PlanetJune shop!

AmiDogs Airedale Terrier amigurumi crochet pattern by planetjune

If you’re tempted by my AmiDogs patterns (the Airedale is the 14th in the series!) don’t forget that when you pick a custom set of your favourite three breeds, you get the third pattern for half price! To take advantage of this, choose the AmiDogs Custom Set listing in the shop (you won’t get the discount if you add three patterns individually to your cart).

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Have I missed your favourite breed(s)? I’ll be designing more AmiDogs patterns this year, and I’d love to know in advance which breeds might be popular (although I have a few on my ‘must do’ list already!). If you don’t see your favourites in the little pics above, please leave me a comment with your suggestions and I’ll take them into account when I’m picking new breeds to add to my kennel πŸ˜€

24 Comments »

  1. becky said

    he is soo cute, have you thought about st bernards or malamutes or a long hair chihuahua?
    I do love y our patterns

  2. Mary Beth said

    Airedales’ are my favorite breed and he’s perfect!

  3. Sara said

    I love the beard on this Airedale! I have two Jack Russell Terriers, one of them has a beard. I purchased your pattern for the Jack Russell and had a good friend crochet 4 of them (2 of each pup customized with their color markings) them for me so my husband and I could each have a set at work. (I was not patient enough to learn to crochet to make them myself!) Now I want to have her make me two more Skeeter’s using the beard from the Airedale pattern!

    Your patterns are works of art and so professional. Thank you for offering such unique patterns and a wide variety of crafting options!

  4. Lynne said

    He’s adorable. I’m waiting for the poodle.

  5. kris said

    another work of art, june!!!! great job.

  6. melissa said

    oh my gosh june!
    your airedale is fabulous! i am off to show it to my airedale friends!
    xoxoxo
    happy friday!

  7. IdaDown said

    This is gorgeous and a definately MUST HAVE!! Now you need a Scotty and a Schnauzer for your bearded set.

  8. Oh June, he is just adorable! They all are. I imagine a fluffy Pomeranian would be a challenge, huh? Just like she is in real life!! LOL! You’re amazing!

    Kathleen

  9. Lisa said

    How adorable!! I think you should add a wheaten terrier to your list!

  10. Mercedes said

    Adorable! Or should i say, distingiushed, with that gentlemanly beard.

  11. June said

    Yay – thank you all! It always feels like a risk to put something a bit different out there and see how it’ll be received. I’m glad you like him! Lots more breeds-with-fluffy-bits possibilities are open to me now πŸ˜€

    And thanks for the dog breed suggestions – keep ’em coming!

  12. Carina said

    Adorable. You’ve done it again Ms June!

    Cairn terrier should be on that list too. They can also have.. ‘beards’.. (-:

  13. allie said

    Pomeranian! and shi-tzu!

  14. Mack said

    I love the airedale! He is soo adorable! My favourite dog breed is a dalmatian. I don’t know if that’s too hard but by the looks of what you do, you can do anything! πŸ™‚

  15. Anne said

    I have an Airedale! This is so cute! Great job!

  16. Etha said

    Oh that new dog is just the cutest, I really like him with the beard!!
    Do you have Golden Retrievers yet?
    I also like any of the large breeds like Bernese Mountain dogs etc.

  17. June said

    More great suggestions – thank you! I could probably make nothing but dogs all year and still not run out of breeds; there are just too many cute ones πŸ˜€

  18. grandmalolly said

    I would love to see an Old English Sheep Dog….I’ve always wanted one! thanks for all your lovely patterns! Great job!

  19. Paula said

    How about a dalmation? Bearnese Mountain dog also. Your patterns are great!

  20. Sue said

    I don’t crochet and I’m so bummed! Can the pattern be converted to a knit pattern? I have two Airedales!
    What a sweet pattern!

    Sue

    • June said

      Hi Sue,

      I’m afraid I don’t knit so I can’t convert the pattern – I’m sorry!

      Maybe you could learn to crochet? My Amigurumi Help tutorials would teach you everything you need to know: http://www.planetjune.com/help. All my patterns only use single crochet – the easiest stitch – and crochet is far easier than knitting…

  21. DianeG said

    Love your dogs! I’d love to see a poodle-I’m allergic to other dogs… πŸ™ (possibly even amigurumi ones!)

    !!

  22. Aryn Contessa said

    Hi.

    Newbie here. I have to say you make a lot of gorgeous things! As a Norewgian dog-trainer and Vet Nurse, and previous dog-owner, I just love dogs. I’m missing the Setters, like the Irish, English and my favourite: the Gordon Setter.

    And I have another challenge for you (I apologize if you already have meda some as I haven’t been through your entire site yet). What about ferrets? I have four of them, I’ve had 7 in total since 2002.

    Look forward to seeing more here!

    • June said

      Aryn, it’s nice to hear from you! Great idea about the Setters. You’re right, I haven’t done one yet – I’ll add them to the list! As for ferrets, take a look at my Fuzzy Ferret pattern πŸ™‚

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