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Patterns Alpaca family by Lucy Collin

Published on January 20th, 2017 | by Merion

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Have you got amigurumi for these?

Amigurumi are very hard to resist! There’s always room for another one of these cuties in your life!

Tilly the Elephant by Patchwork Moose

Tilly the Elephant by Patchwork Moose

I think it might be the way they look at you that makes you want to scoop them up and rush them home! The word amigurumi means “crocheted or knitted stuffed toy” in Japanese, although usually, amigurumi are crocheted using a spiral technique to avoid lines and rows. There’s only one quality that amigurumi need, and that’s cuteness. They can be the strangest looking creatures, but they must be cute!

Alpaca family by Lucy Collin

Alpaca family by Lucy Collin

What’s cuter than an alpaca amigurumi? A whole family of them! This is a gorgeous pattern for two sizes of alpaca – a cria (baby) and adult, by Lucy Collin. You’ll need DK yarn – and it would be lovely to use some with alpaca fibre.

Amigurumi Dog Pattern by Anat Tzach

Amigurumi Dog Pattern by Anat Tzach

Super cute! Is it his little face, or that sweet scarf? This little dog is the work of designer Anat Tzach, who has several gorgeous amigurumi patterns on LoveCrochet, from mice and dolls, to bunnies and bears.

Halfling by Lucy Collin

Halfling Fantasy Amigurumi by Lucy Collin

Lucy Collin’s Halfling creatures remind me of Hobbits – so I’m sure these little folk would go down a storm with Lord of the Rings fans!

Bill the Pineapple by Megan Barclay

Bill the Pineapple by Megan Barclay

Amigurumi can take any form at all – with that firmly in mind meet Bill the Pineapple by Megan Barclay. To match, Megan also has a pattern for a Very Berry Trio that includes a raspberry, strawberry and blueberry – so you can make an amigurumi fruit salad!

Silver Kitty by Bomi Kim

Silvery Kitty by Bomi Kim

This sweet kitty is a perfect best friend for a little one – and look at that divine little dress and bow! Bomi Kim has created patterns for equally divine for bears and bunnies too!

Do you crochet amigurumi? We’d love to see your pictures in our Community!


About the Author

Merion dreams in colour and adores crochet! From glorious granny blankets to ethereal shawls and lace cardies, she’s never very far from her hooks! She loves cake, knitting, heavy horses, books and Mozart. Her favourite colour is duck egg blue.




One Response to Have you got amigurumi for these?

  1. Emma says:

    These are lovely , have made a few in the past, very satisfying and quick to do ☺

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