2000 Free Amigurumi Patterns. Snoopy. My Grandpa has always loved the Peanuts comic strip.
I remember him reading them to us when we were little and his smile and chuckle that are so dear to me. I get sad that I live so far away from him and don’t get to see him often. This year for Christmas I made up this Snoopy and his pattern… with the smile that it would put on Grandpa’s face in mind.
And, of course, I knit my Snoopy a little bitty red scarf and sent him off to Grandpa. Pattern I used white, and a little black, worsted weight yarn and an H crochet hook. Finished product is about 4 1/2 inches tall. Ear (make with black yarn) Row 1: 5sc in loop, tighten loop Row 2: 2sc, sc, sc, 2sc, sc (7) Row 3: sc even (7) Row 4: sc2tog, sc, sc2tog, sc, sc (5) Row 5: sc2tog, sc, sc, sc, sc, sl st to round off Flatten and sew on Nose (make with black yarn) 3 sc in a loop, tighten loop, flatten nose a bit into an oblong shape, sew in place Spot (with black yarn) 6 sc in a loop, tighten loop, sl st in 1st sc Sew spot on and sew black details.
POKEBALL. I made a bunch of these pokeballs for the kids starting way back in the mid 90's ... when they were little.
They'd lose one (or the dogs would chew them up) so I'd make more. Even at their ages they still love to play with these things :) As always, if something isn't right please let me know so that I can fix it as soon as possible. Materials: WW yarn in red, white and blackF and G hookFiberfillYarn needleSewing needle and thread in white and black. Homemade Obsessions: Monkey. A cute bear for take care your key.
Faire un amigurumi panda au crochet. Ça faisait longtemps que je n'avais pas crocheté de petits amigurumis !
Et en voyant le thème "ours" des SC de cette semaine, chez Isabelle Kessedjian, je me suis dit qu'une petite soirée "crochet" devant Koh Lanta s'imposait ! J'ai choisi un panda (qui est comme tout le monde le sait grâce à la chanson de Chantal Goya : un petit ourson de Chine !) Le tuto vient d'un site anglais. Panda Bear Amigurumi Crochet Pattern – Free! The Itty Bitty Kitty. I needed a kitty pattern for an amigurumi swap but didn't want to use any of the ones I had on hand.
They didn't fit the 'look' I was after.So I decided to make my own up. I was aiming for a 'webbles wobble but they don't fall down' kinda look but didn't quite get there.....so much for my 'vision! 'However, itty bitty kitty did turn out to be pretty cute so I thought I'd share my pattern with anyone interested.I'm not the best at writing patterns so forgive me if you run across an error. You will need: Small amounts of yarn...I used Redheart acrylicSeed beads for eyes (or small safety eyes)and a bead for the bowSmall amounts of embroidery flossPolyfil stuffingNeedles sized for floss and yarn.
Crochet hook size “G” Body Begin with body color. Sc 6 into a magic ring, pull tight. Begin decreases. Monkeys. Crochet : Patrons & modèles gratuits 33 " Top et pulls au crochet " 29 juin 2010 2 29 /06 /juin /2010 03:29 Je vous propose aujourd'hui des patrons et des modèles gratuits des tops et pulls au crochet ..
Voici un joli pull "tahiti" au crochet avec une couleur d'été , si ça vous plaît vous trouverez les schémas et les explications en français par ici Et voici un top /débardeur au crochet , si ça vous plaît , vous trouverez les schémas et les explications en français ici. ウミガメのモチーフ（編み図付き、亀、カメ、海がめ、海ガメ） : Crochet a little. Club crochet. CAL AMBRE SEVENTIES - Chez Babou. 14 septembre 2010 2 14 /09 /septembre /2010 23:01 Coucou à toutes.
Pania the Amigurumi Turtle: Free Pattern. Pania swam up to me one cold stormy day as I strolled along the shore.
She was ever so tired of the wintry ocean and longed for the warmer seas. I suggested she spend the winter ashore in my warm cosy house, and she heartily agreed. She has found herself quite at home here and seems to have become best friends with Miss Octopus, both of whom have a love of the ocean and ocean jewels. She has been entertaining me with tales of her namesake, Pania, the mythical Maori maiden of the reef, and as a thank you for my hospitality she has agreed to share how you too can have your very own turtle visit.
My patterns are written down as I create my amigurumi, but let me know if there is anything missing. Techniques You will use the basic amigurumi crochet techniques: magic circle, slip stitch, single crochet (sc), increase, and invisible decrease. Materials * Yarn: Dark Green (Shell), Light Green (Head, legs, tail), brown (underside) (your turtle can be different colours of course! Crochet pattern Organic and fresh from farm by... Crochet schéma.