Free Pattern - Baby Dragon Rattle. This dragon rattle is one of the very first amigurumi toys I ever made.
Inspired by a small dragon made by Laura. I made my version a bit larger, added another row of spikes and a rattle inside the body. Over the last two years I have made about a hundred of them. They are not difficult to crochet, but do take quite a bit of time to assemble. But after a hundred dragons, I have gotten pretty good at it. Size About 11 cm (4 1/3") with fingering weight cotton yarn and a 1,75 mm crochet hook. Difficulty 2. Skills required To make your own, you should know how to crochet single cochet stitches (double crochet in the UK), start a piece with an adjustable loop, increase, decrease, finish pieces, join pieces and hide yarn tails. Knot Yo Grandma - Jolly Amigurumi Poo Pattern. Pokemon: Squirtle pattern by i crochet things. I crochet things: Free Pattern: Narwhal Amigurumi. Pokemon: Mini Eevee pattern by i crochet things. Brini- The little Bunny- Free Pattern. Just in case you can’t get enough of bunnies I’ve got something for you.
This little bunny will make a cute combo with the bunny rattle I posted a month ago. Brini was my April contribution to Craftaholics Anonymous so if you saw that post you’ll recognise her. I’m sharing the pattern here again, this time with the “translation” to UK terms just in case you prefer to use them over US crochet terms (and for everyone else to missed out on the post the last time) :)
Amigurumi Friendly Cyclops Monster pattern by Heather Jarmusz. This crochet pattern is written in English with U.S. crochet terms.
It is one page long and written in easy to follow directions. I work hard to make sure my patterns are very thorough- I give you stitch counts for each round, tell you where to make increases and decreases (no doing the math yourself!!) , and provide lots of photos as guides. The Friendly Cyclops key chain is not hard to make, I promise. CROCHET SKILL LEVEL Basic-intermediate (requires knowledge of basic crochet terms). STITCHES AND TECHNIQUES You should know these stitches:chain, slip stitch, single crochet, invisible decrease, and how to make a magic ring. Crochet the Outdoors: 10 Free Crochet Patterns for Gardeners! Now that the sun is shining and the snow is melted, I know many of us are turning our weekend attentions to the garden and yard work.
But that doesn’t mean it’s time to put down the crochet hook! Here are 10 free crochet patterns for the garden and yard – bringing the crafty outside! (Click on the name of the patterns you like to go to their pattern pages) Garden Bag by Lily / Sugar’n Cream, on Yarnspirations: How great is this crocheted tote, with all the pockets! Studio Ami Pig. Last week I blogged about how I was crocheting some amigurumi gifts for the daughters of some of our good friends.
One of the girls loves elephants (see the one I made for her here) while her sister’s favourite animal is a pig! And so, I scoured Ravelry to look for a free and cute pig pattern. I really liked the look and simplicity of Studio Ami's “Micropig”, so I decided to give it a try! However, I knew that the original pattern would yield quite a small pig, and I wanted to give the girls an elephant and a pig that were similar in size. I also wanted to use the same yarn that I used to make the elephant (Loops & Threads Impeccable Solids) so that the amigurumi would match! As you can see, the stitches are massive but no holes are visible and the piece has a sturdy feel to it because of the thickness. How to crochet a flamingo. Got some pink and grey yarn floating about at home?
Use it to make this awesome flamingo. Why not, hey? Flamingos make us laugh so much here at Crafty - what could be better than a bright pink bird that stands on one leg, we ask you? We love them so very much that we just had to come up with a little flamingo project for you and an amigurumi flamingo just seemed to tick all the boxes, really.
So here's a pattern just for all you lovely lot, designed by none other than Theo Sundh - aka The Crochet Bloke, who you might have seen in the pages of Crafty issue 5 after we popped around to his house for coffee and and a pain au chocolat. Materials 1 ball pink cotton yarn & a small amount of grey cotton yarn. 2 black beads1 bell, if you want the flamingo to work as a rattle Body Finish off with 1 ss in the last stitch. Head Wings Rnd 1: Make 6ch, turn and work 1dc, 1htr, 2tr, 4tr in the last ch. Beak PS. Tiny rainbow unicorn – crochet amigurumi – free pattern. (Modèle disponible en français ici) A while ago, I showed you on facebook a little unicorn in cross stitch I had made (very cute, but a little bit rude :p) using a pattern from Smallstitchshop.
I loved it so much that I decided to bring it to “life” a little bit more by making an amigurumi based on it. Meet Tinycorn ! Materials : - White and golden yarn (I used Drops Cotton Viscose ) - little bit of rose, purple, blue, green, yellow, orange and red yarn (I used Phil Coton 3 ) Lil' Duck pattern by Karla Fitch. Free Crochet Mermaid Pattern. Free Alice in Wonderland Crochet Doll Pattern. Alice in Wonderland amigurumi pattern I’m thrilled to be sharing my first storybook doll pattern, Alice in Wonderland.
I’m so pleased with how this free crochet pattern turned out. If ever a classic children’s book got done, redone, and overdone by illustrators, moviemakers, and TV miniseries masterminds, it’s poor Alice. Since Lewis Carroll introduced Alice to the world in 1865, her adventures through the nonsensical world of Wonderland have become part of popular culture. Just the term “rabbit hole” has come to take on a symbolic meaning. As silly as they may be, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass are charming. I based this free amigurumi pattern on Tenniel’s illustration that appears the cover of my own childhood copy of the book.
You can download the pattern here: Alice in Wonderland Pattern. Materials Worsted weight (4 ply) yarn (any kind) in peach, yellow, black, blue, red, and white.G hookYarn needleSmall solid black doll eyesPolyester stuffing Head Hair. Elsa - Crocheted Doll pattern by Becky Ann Smith. This is a pattern for an amigurumi (crocheted doll) version of Elsa, from Disney’s “Frozen.”
I do not own or make any kind of claim to this character! However, if you repost the pattern or pictures of dolls made with this pattern, please include my name as the pattern designer. The doll is about 7 inches tall. I used Herrschner’s 2-ply Afghan Yarn and Caron Simply Soft Yarn for this doll, and a size 1 steel crochet hook. You will also need a yarn needle, polyester fiberfill, craft glue, silver embrodery yarn and an embroidery needle, and 2 small turquoise buttons for eyes. Yarn colors (1 skein of each): Herrschner’s: Cream, Cool Blue, Turquoise Caron: Off-white.
Merida-the-brave-by-jo-merriman.pdf. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle pattern by Nichole's Nerdy Knots. FREE PATTERN! Humpty Dumpty Puzzle Doll. Meet Mr.
Dumpty, the clumsy, wall-sitting Eggman! He’s the newest addition to my crochet doll collection, but he’s not just an adorable ami. He’s a break-apart puzzle doll!! You crochet six different pieces that fit together to make the distinguished Mr. Dumpty. Kids will enjoy the challenge of fitting Humpty’s body parts back together without making him fall. It doesn’t take a whole lot of skill to fit H.D. together.
If you’re still not sure what I mean by “puzzle doll,” watch this little video I put together. Download the FREE pattern here! The Big D has a long and storied history in English verse and prose, including a very pompous (and hilarious) appearance in Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass. I chose to crochet him because he’s a classic nursery rhyme and fairy tale character, and look how cute he goes with Alice. The PDF has a ton of photos and links, which would be impractical to duplicate in this blog post.