Author Marjorie Jones Introduction This was one of my very first amigurumi patterns, inspired by my love of dragons, and a result of my not being able to find an easy pattern for a small crocheted dragon. This pattern is also one of my most popular, and I am delighted to find it is still going strong. Materials List Bulky yarn (I used Bernat Softee Chunky for my baby snow dragon) But reall, any yarn can be used for this pattern, just adjust your hook size accordingly. fiberfill or stuffing material Finished Size Depends on the yarn and hook size used. Gauge Not important. Notes Abbreviations used: sc = single crochet st = stitch ss = slip stitch inc = increase (do 2 single crochets in one stitch) dec = decrease ( insert hook into first stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, insert hook into the next stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through the two loops on your hook) The Pattern As amigurumi is made in spirals, do not join rounds. FEET (Make 2) ARMS (Make 2) EARS AND SPINES (Make 5)
Mini Ami Octopus Take 2As promised, here is the updated pattern for my Mini Octopus's. In this version I have added eye placement instructions and a new way to make the tentacles all in one piece. If you would like the old version (making tentacles individually) please see this page :) Mini Ami OctopusYou Will Need:. Abbreviations. GaugeNo gauge, just keep your stitches nice and tight to avoid gaps in your work Finished Size 1 3/4’’ Tall by 3’’ Wide (approx) using a 3.5mm (E) hook Other Info. Body1. *Add Eyes Now*13. *Stuff Now* 14. Tentacles 1. 3. Repeat from Round 2, 7 more times, to make 8 tentacles. It's gonna get a bit tight squeezing them HDC's over the SC's, but they will all fit in! If you wanted, say, 7 tentacles instead, just swap the 8 in the beginning round for a 7 and repeat Round 2 and 3, 7 times. Assembly. Ta-Da! I hope them instructions were abit easier than the last ones. Have fun!
Free Crochet Pattern - Mousie (With Catnip)Size: Approximately 3 inches long, excluding tail. Materials: Crochet hook (size 2.5mm) Acrylic fine/laceweight yarn (18 wpi) - color of your choice Acrylic yarn in black/brown color (for the eyes) Stitch marker (a scrap piece of contrasting color yarn will do) Polyfill Premium catnip (optional) Tapestry needle Scissors Abbreviations: Ch – chain Sc – single crochet Sc2tog – single crochet next two single crochets together (=decrease) Rnd - round Instructions: Body When working in rounds, do not join rounds. Rnd 1: Ch 2. Rnd 2: Work 2 sc in each sc around. (8 sc) Rnd 3: (Sc in first sc, 2 sc in next sc) 4 times around. (12 sc) Rnd 4: Sc even around. (12 sc) Rnd 5: (Sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc) 3 times around. (15 sc) Rnd 6 and 7: Sc even around. (15 sc) Rnd 8: (Sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc) 3 times around. (18 sc) Rnd 9: Work 2 sc in each of the next 6 sc (12 sc) and then sc in each of the next 12 sc (12 sc), totalling 24 sc in this rnd. Rnd 10 to 20: Sc even around. (24 sc) Stuff polyfill and catnip.
Spring BunniesWhen Craftzine asked me to make a Spring amigurumi pattern for them, I excitedly jumped at the opportunity. Several months ago, I was inspired by a photo I saw on tumblr (there was no source at the time) of a floppy-eared bunny with big feet adorned with a pretty flower. As soon as I saw that photo, I knew I wanted to try making something similar. I recently found out that the bunny was made by Lue and Sue who does absolutely beautiful work. I first worked on crocheting a wide head with big eyes positioned towards the bottom of the face. Instead of doing the typical nose I’ve done previously for other bears and bunnies (sewing a small nose on a piece of round felt), we were inspired by the cute noses found on the adorable stuffed animals by Jennylovesbenny where many of the noses extend all the way down the bottom of the head. Instead of using felt for the lining of the ears, I decided to try using a pretty fabric as other amigurumi crafters have used. And here he is all complete!
Nerdigurumi - Free Amigurumi Crochet Patterns with love for the Nerdy »Crochet Corner: Spring BunniesSince this past Tuesday was the first official day of Spring, I thought I would do a Crochet Corner post on my Spring Bunnies! I’m hoping the weather will be Spring-like, but we’re known to have unexpected blasts of winter where I live *fingers crossed*. It was also exactly one year ago when my first pattern for CRAFT got published on their website. First up, we have Grace of Craft by Grace from Indonesia. Grace taught Erni how to crochet, and here is her first ever amigurumi project! Oraflana made this beautiful pink Spring Bunny. Christine of Oh So Pathos from Montreal, Canada made this bunny for her mom. Hilary of Buzz & Lola from Ireland made her own Spring Bunny and plans to make him a smaller friend once she masters using a smaller crochet hook! Bogee made her own Spring Bunny with both a flower and a carrot- lucky bunny! Kitty of Belgium used my Spring Bunnies pattern for her very first amigurumi project. And here is Candy’s floppy-eared bunny.
Umbreon PlushieWell, after many *many* requests, I finally did an Umbreon. I know this will bring about an onslaught of requests for the other 'Eevee-lutions' and yes I'll get to them all... eventually :D It just depends on my yarn stash, my time and well --- motivation. LOL As with all the patterns, if you have any problems or if you notice anything wrong in the pattern (I'm prone to typos LOL) let me know and I'll get back to ya as soon as I can :D Umbreon Materials: WW Yarn black and yellow G Hook Fiberfill Yellow, red, white and black felt scraps Yarn Needle Rnd 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6) Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (12) Rnd 3: sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc around (18) Rnd 4: sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (24) Rnd 5: sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (30) Rnd 6: sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (36) Rnd 7-12: sc in each sc around (36) Rnd 13: sc in next 10 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (33) Rnd 14-15: sc in each sc around (33) Rnd 16: sc in next 9 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (30) F/O.
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pattern of crocheted Cat with diagram (Amineko)HOME / back To those who are not familiar with Japanese. I drew diagrams next to the worded instructions to make it clearer for everyone to understand. I hope you enjoy it! Stuffing A few plastic pellets in the hands and the feet. Assembling Sew the ears and the mouth part onto the head. You can see a lot of more detailed images. Warranty and Copyright; All patterns on this web page were all designed by me, Nekoyama, and are copyrighted. Feel free to download these patterns to make dolls for yourself, your family or friends as a present. The patterns on this web page and dolls which you make using the patterns should NOT be sold or made into kits.PLEASE DO NOT USE MY AMINEKO PATTERN FOR COMMERCIAL USE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. DO NOT use these patterns or images to put on your own web page or blog. I add a postscript. - - - * * - - - <a href="
Free Crochet: Many Owl PatternsIf you are loving these Link Blasts, don’t forget that I’ve started a Pinterest Board to keep track of them HERE. Owl Dish Scrubbie by BreeAnna Owl Mug Wrap by Michele Uta’s Owls by Uta Hooty Owl Coasters by Sally The Confused Owl by Karissa Owl Granny Square by Kat Owl Mittens by Janette Owl Pillows by Elizabeth Owl Stuffy by Cre8tion Owl Coaster by BonnaLue and SueMy husband and I have always said we wanted to paint together. Well, that's been 8 years now. So, we decided to finally make it happen. His: Oil on board Mine: Watercolor on paper