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2000 Free Amigurumi Patterns

2000 Free Amigurumi Patterns

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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: 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.

Lovely rabbit in crochet with standard - Crochet Designs Free I love crochet. See this lovely rabbit crochet for decoration or gift for the person you love, is not it beautiful? This free crochet project is simple and delicious to make, and the colors you choose. Especially when it completes the design. Free Amigurumi Doll Crochet Patterns Today's Featured Designer Alicia Kachmar - Create Don't think I ever had such a good time browsing through a website as I did on this one. Not only did I find lots of great free crochet patterns, but a story to go with each one as well. Alicia has designed some awesome crochet patterns including food amigurumi such as cookies, candy and some fruits and vegetables. She's also a published writer and has dedicated a section of her blog to her writing.

Charmander Plushie Ok, well. After many requests I finally managed to get around to making a Charmander. I know the pictures are terrible, but hey I'm not a photographer and neither my camera OR the weather are cooperating at the moment. 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.

Amigurumi: Guide To Reading Japanese Patterns Just thought I'd make a guide on reading Japanese amigurumi patterns to complement this awesome guide, which I've seen linked a couple of times, since it isn't amigurumi-specific and hence didn't include some of the stitches commonly used to make amis. I am of the (very biased!) view that Japanese amis are some of the awesomest things ever, so I think it would be wonderful if others could learn how to read these patterns too. :) Do keep in mind that while I've only been working from these patterns, I'm still kind of new to this, so for those who have experience with these patterns (and in Japanese), if I've missed out something or got something wrong somewhere, please feel free to correct me! :) Now that's out of the way, let's get started! *This guide uses US stitch-terminology.

Bellossom « AH! Creations While looking for a new pokemon to crochet since I’m aggravated with another one I’m creating, I decided on Bellossom. She is fun and colorful, just what I needed after being bogged down with school work. The hardest part about creating her is putting the leaves on correctly to let them form the correct shape, but other than that she is a pretty simple Pokemon to create.

Amigurumi Pattern - 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. I heart it when Jane showed me the photo and can’t wait to share this easy pattern that she specially designed for Craft Passion with you. She used light weight acrylic yarn with a matching 1.25mm hook size to make this 3- 3 1/2″ little baby chick. Bean Bags Before I started writing patterns down I made this fun pinto "bean bag" one day while I was canning beans. Today I decided to recreate him. The new version looks a little "older" so I gave him a mustache. Bean Bag (use an f/3.75 hook throughout) Rnd1: sc6 in a circle Rnd2: 2sc in each sc around (12) Rnd3: *sc1, 2sc in next st* repeat around (18) Rnd4: *sc2, 2sc in next st* repeat around (24) Rnd5-7: sc around (24) Rnd8: decrease 4 times, sc16 (20) Rnd9: decrease 4 times, sc10 decrease 1 time (15) Rnd10: decrease 3 times, sc9 (12) Rnd11: sc around (12) Put in eyes and face. If you want to make a mustache use the pattern from my mustache bunny. Rnd12: 2sc in next 4 stitches, sc8 (16) Rnd13: sc5, 2sc in next 4 stitches, sc7 (20) Rnd14: sc6, 2sc in next 4 stitches, sc10 (24) Rnd15-17: sc around (24) Cut the end off of some nylons and fill with beans then tie a knot.

Chubby Panda I decided to type out the pattern for this little panda since I've gotten quite a few requests for it. I'm also still trying very hard to make my pictures look a bit nicer lol ><. One day I will get a really nice light box and have really pretty pictures! This pattern will give you a panda that is 2 1/2 inches tall. Materials needed: Size F hook

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