Snoopy Crochet Pattern, Part 1. Ever since I made a crocheted Snoopy doll, many have asked me for the pattern.
I have decided to give it away for free. I would like to say that I am a new crocheter and pattern writer, and therefore, the following may contain mistakes. If you see one, please comment below and let me know and I will fix it as soon as possible. Sarselgurumi: Toothless amigurumi pattern. Here is my free pattern for my Toothless amigurumi -- while I designed and created everything in this photo, the instructions for the wings and tail fins that I post here were finalized by other people who kindly allowed me to share them, as I felt they worked better than mine, and the tail is a free pattern from another crochet blog, credited below.
I used worsted weight yarn and a size F/3.75 mm hook. I was able to make all the pieces with 1 skein of Vanna's Choice yarn. Important: in the instructions for the body, when I say "inc 2," I mean single crochet 3 into the same single crochet, so you are essentially increasing by two stitches in the same stitch instead of one. Body: R1. MR (6) R2. Fasten off, you don't need to leave a long tail for sewing. Head: R1. Crochet Pattern: Lil' Kino the Puppy. Pattern: Crochet peacock - Good Day CrochetGood Day Crochet.
Made by Good Day Crochet March 13.
Pattern: Crochet caterpillar - Good Day CrochetGood Day Crochet. Made by Good Day Crochet March 2013.
Pattern by Good Day Crochet. Welcome to my pattern for this delightfully goofy-looking caterpillar. This simple pattern is great if you have just mastered colour changes. This pattern is free. Please feel free to message me if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org Read more about the creation of this caterpillar click here. DOWNLOAD A PDF OF THIS PATTERN BY clicking here. Please note that this pattern is written using US crochet terminology. Tools and materials 4mm hook 3 ply wool. Abbreviations sc = single crochet ch = chain inc = increase (stitch two sc in one sc) dec = decrease (stitch next two sc together) x = repeat (followed by number indicating how many times i.e.
The body is made up of a series of different coloured ‘blobs’. Pattern: Crochet swan - Good Day CrochetGood Day Crochet. Welcome to my pattern for this majestic swan.
This free crochet swan pattern can be as difficult as you would like to make it, with the chance to create your own detail and patterns in the wings. Please feel free to message me if you have any questions: email@example.com Read more about this creation by clicking here. Pattern: Crochet turtle pin cushion - Good Day CrochetGood Day Crochet. Welcome to my pattern for this lovely little crochet turtle pin cushion (or just a miniature creature for your desk!?).
It is super easy to make. The central pin cushion is about 2 inches in diameter. I hope to produce more of these pin cushion animals in the future. Let me know what ones you’d like to see. Pattern: Crochet zebra - Good Day CrochetGood Day Crochet. Welcome to my pattern for this adorable zebra.
He measures about 4 and a half inches long, and about 3 inches tall. It is lots of fun to make and you can experiment with the stripes to make him your own! Please feel free to message me if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org This pattern will be free to view and download until 28 August, after which there will be a £1 charge. Little Bigfoot Elephant Video and Pattern. Little Bigfoot Elephant is the newest member of the "revised" Little Bigfoot Gang!
Oh how happy I am with this one. I'm loving all of them but this one makes me smile the most. The new Little bigfoots are between 8 and 9 inches tall. That's using Red heart Comfort (or super saver) yarn and a 4.5mm hook. The last seriesI designed in 2012 were between 5 and 6 inches tall. Amigurumi Penguin pattern. Amigurumi penguin will be a happy friend for yourself or a perfect gift for someone you love!
This small cutie is now available as a free pattern in two languages, English and Finnish. The pattern requires intermediate crafting skills (I assume you know how to crochet and knit, the basic techniques are not explained there). It contains a plenty of pictures to help you with the details. Crocodile Stitch Flower: Free Pattern. Style="display:inline-block;width:468px;height:60px" data-ad-client="ca-pub-9054126214526730" data-ad-slot="9702217600"> I absolutely love this crochet flower!
It offers height, depth, detail, everything you want from a crochet embellishment. The best part about it is that you can work it up from start to finish in about 2 hours. Alright, so it’s not exactly the crocodile stitch but with my lack of floral knowledge, I wasn’t sure what flower it closely resembles. You’ll find that it is pretty similar to the crocodile stitch however, the foundation had to be modified slightly to allow for the flower formation.
One of these Crocodile Stitch Flowers by B.hooked Crochet would make sweet embellishments when made with Vanna’s Choice yarn! The Crocodile Stitch Flower Please do not copy, sell or redistribute this pattern without first obtaining my permission. Google Image Result for. Little piggy. Owlishly: Tutorial. I wanted to share how I make the hair for my amigurumi. I always wished that someone had shared this information when I was first getting started, and I searched high and low for a couple of months before deciding on a way that I wanted to make the hair. One of the reasons I like making hair this way is because I like that it doesn't create a massive amount of bulk, and yet doesn't look like the doll is bald either. I'll try to include images of both boy and girl hair, and to make it easier to distinguish between the two I'll use images of my light skinned brown haired boy, and then for the girl I'll use the images of my olive skinned black haired girl.
I'm not necessarily the best at writing understandable instructions for everyone, so I'm including a large amount of images so that hopefully those of you that tend to be visual learners can easily understand as well. Things to know and need before you begin: Head: To make the hair for an amigurumi, have the head already made. How To Amigurumi. I heard friends and readers asking me how to do amigurumi, including patterns, materials, tools & tips etc…. you will find all the answers in this post: How-To Amigurumi!!! Frankly speaking, just like all other crafts, to make a decent looking amigurumi is not easy but it is not hard as you thought too. You need skill, skill comes from knowledge and practice…. and to success in crafting, you need patience and the “never-give-up” attitude – do it again and again until you are satisfied with the result.
Amigurumi (編みぐるみ? , lit. crocheted or knitted stuffed toy) is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small stuffed animals and anthropomorphic creatures. The word is derived from a combination of the Japanese words ami, meaning crocheted or knitted, and nuigurumi, meaning stuffed doll. Skipper. Cute and Cuddly Boys! Ok. I am a HUGE Penguins of Madagascar fan. These guys I'm doing for me mostly...
I actually purchased the yarn to make all four of them. This is of course only Skipper, but the other three will be following in the next couple of weeks. The pattern might seem a little strange when you first read it through, but just take it one part at a time.
Shh, I'm counting!: Super Mario Invincibility Star crochet pattern. I used worsted weight yarn with a 3.5mm hook. Just make sure you're using a smaller hook than the yarn label recommends, and you should be ok. Trust me, the star looks better without bits of fiberfill poking through ;) You don't have to join rounds, working in a spiral works just as well. Dragon Draco pattern by Veronika Maskova. Every child (and not only a child) needs a friend to talk to, to share secrets and play with.
Make such a friend with your hands full of love. Crochet a small dragon to be a best friend for your little one. Detailed instructions and pictures help you to crochet all parts of the toy and put them together to complete the dragon Draco. Difficulty: suitable for beginners (however crochet basics needed) Material: -Yarn with ca. 150m/50g (Polyacryl) or 120m/50g (Cotton) -- < 100g green -- < 20g turqoise -- < a piece of white - Stuffing (Polyester-filling) -2 Plastic eyes with security lock (10mm) or two black beads -Crochet hook Nr. 3,5mm / E hook -Wool needle Copyright: Sales, duplication and publication (incl. translations) of the instructions (including publication on the Internet).
The Dragon is approx. 25cm high. Melvin-the-misunderstood-monster-by-karissa-cole2. Kristieskids - patterns#1. Mushroom pattern Mushroom Supplies:Small amounts of WW yarnF HookButton for lid closingExtra buttons, sequence, ect for decorating (optional) Happy Hippo pattern by KristieMN. Mini Sheep pattern by Brenna Eaves. Amigurumi Dust Bunny Pattern pattern by Kate E. Hancock. This is a free dust bunny crochet pattern, with written instructions in UK terms (If you are used to American terms don’t worry the differences are all explained in the pattern). It is an easy pattern to follow with plenty of diagrams. A perfect way to use up your left over yarn! They can be made from any DK, worsted or Aran yarn and appropriate size hook.They measure about 3-4 inches (excluding ears) depending which yarn and hook you use.
Amigurumi Voodoo Doll pattern by Abbygurumi. Funny bunny pattern by Mari-Liis Lille. Lil' Kerokeroppi pattern by Rachel Hoe. Lil' Kino the Puppy pattern by Rachel Hoe. My Little Pony Rarity pattern by Rachel Hoe. Koala pattern by Erika Hughes. Melvin the Misunderstood Monster pattern by Karissa Cole. He’s a nice guy. Nicer than nice. He bakes cupcakes for everyone he knows, helps little old ladies cross the street, always says ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ and is never one to make a fuss. He never says no to someone in need, and always has a smile and a cheerful thought from the bottom of his big ‘ol heart. Why, he’d even balance your checkbook if you asked! (He’s really quite good with numbers.) But even given all this, everyone still calls Melvin a monster. Perhaps Melvin will never know. Crochet kitten pattern by Fiona Gill. Basic Teddy Bear pattern by Justine Dalipe. Amigurumi Penguin pattern by Lion Brand Yarn.
Lil' Baby Unicorn pattern by Rachel Hoe. Panda Bear Amigurumi Crochet Pattern – Free! How To Amigurumi. Baby Chick Amigurumi. Remember Jenny And Teddy Etsy shop that I mentioned in my How-To Amigurumi tutorial? Jane, the girl behind the shop who sells amigurumi patterns and the finished dolls is here to teach us how to amigurumi a little cutie baby chicky. Sweet N' Cute Creations' Amigurumi. Baby Emperor Penguin amigurumi crochet pattern [AA007] - US$5.00 : PlanetJune Shop, cute and realistic crochet patterns & more.