Celestia (My Little Pony) Free Amigurumi Pattern Modification – part 2 (EYES)

Celestia (My Little Pony) Free Amigurumi Pattern Modification

The first part of the tutorial is available here.

Today I will show you how to make Celestia’s eyes.

Eyes should be crocheted with thread which is 4 times thinner than the thread used for the body. I use YarnArt Jeans for the body and it is a yarn that can be untwisted into four thinner threads so I just untwist it and use a single thread.

untwisting

 

This is how I make both eyes:

Celestia (My Little Pony) Free Amigurumi Pattern Modification

 

Start with a magic ring and make the first row in black, the second and third in purple, and the fourth in white. Leave long thread ends (you will need them to sew eyes to the head).

After you finish both eyes, use white thread end to embroider white highlights. Then sew eyes to Celestia’s head and embroider black borders and eyelashes as shown in picture below. The borders should be embroidered with a full-thick thread. Check the chart below to see where the seams should go.

Celestia (My Little Pony) Free Amigurumi Pattern Modification

Celestia (My Little Pony) Free Amigurumi Pattern Modification EYES

 

Aaaaand the eyes are done :-)

Seamless Owl Amigurumi Pattern

This little cute amigurumi owl differs a lot from my other crochet patterns. First of all, it has colors! Besides that, it is relatively easy to make. It is of course seamless.
seamless owl amigurumi pattern

 

I used four-hole black buttons to make eyes and sew them to the head with white thread to imitate highlights.

seamless owl amigurumi pattern

 

I am thinking about adding a loop and using those owls as Christmas ornaments.

seamless owl amigurumi pattern

 

The pattern is available in my shops:

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Amigurumi Bunny Pattern for Easter or Springtime

Today I would like to show you Pixie, a friendly and curious little rabbit. It is almost seamless, only its tail is sewn to the body. I already have one bunny in my amigurumi patterns shop, but this time I wanted to design something more realistic though still simple.

amigurumi bunny pattern, rabbit crochet pattern for easter

The bunny stands on its own. Its forelegs are sewn together which means that it can “hold” something if you want – a single flower or maybe a carrot?

Amigurumi Bunny Pattern for Easter or Springtime

I think it will be a perfect idea for Easter/Springtime home decor.

Amigurumi Bunny Pattern for Easter or Springtime

The pattern is available in my shops:

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Celestia (My Little Pony) Free Amigurumi Pattern Modification – part 1

Are you a fan of My Little Pony series? Today I would like to show you how to make a basic seamless amigurumi body for Princess Celestia.

seamless my little pony celestia free amigurumi pattern modification

What you need?

1. This is not a separate pattern, but a pattern modification, so you will need my Andy The Fawn Amigurumi Pattern, which can be purchased on EtsyRavelry or Craftsy.

2. Sport yarn in white, black and purple (I use YarnArt Jeans).

3. Crochet hook (I use 1.75 steel hook, it is American 4).

4. Tapestry needle

5. Some stuffing

BASE

Crochet a head and torso (R01-R37) according to the Fawn pattern, including alterations listed below:

1. Use only white yarn and ignore information about color changing (abbreviations Wh, Or and Bl),

2.  In R12 crochet dec 6 instead of dec-tbl 6.

3. Crochet R29-31 according to the pattern below:

R29) sc 25, dc3tog, (dc 5 in next sc)*2, dc3tog, sc 28 (65)

R30) sc 27, dc3tog, (dc 5 in next sc)*2, dc3tog, sc 30 (69)

R31) sc 69 (69)

and then continue R32 following the Fawn pattern.

LEFT BACK LEG

Attach white thread to the first free stitch of the left back leg hole as shown in Figure 22. Crochet a round of 18 stitches around the hole (counts as R01). Then follow the pattern below:

Rnds

Pattern

Total

R02

R03

R04

R05

R06

R07

R08

R09-11

R12

R13

R14

R15

R16

R17

R18

R19

R20

R21

R22

R23

R24

sc 16, dec

sc 7, dec, sc 6, dec

sc 7, dec, sc 6

(dec, sc 5)*2

dec, sc 4, (sc 4 in next sc)*2, sc 4

sc 7, sc4tog, sc 6

sc 14

repeat R08

sc, inc, sc 12, stuff

sc 2, inc, sc 12

sc 3, inc, sc 12

sc 3, inc, sc 13

sc 4, inc, sc 13

sc 5, inc, sc 13

sc 5, inc, sc 9, dec, sc 3

sc 6, inc, sc 13

sc 7, inc, sc 9, dec, sc 2

sc 7, inc, sc 13

sc 8, inc, sc 9, dec, sc 2, stuff

sc-tbl 2, dec-tbl 10, stuff

dec 6

(17)

(15)

(14)

(12)

(17)

(14)

(14)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

(20)

(21)

(21)

(22)

(22)

(12)

(6)

Close the hole as described in the Fawn Pattern.

 RIGHT BACK LEG

Attach white thread to the first free stitch of the right back leg hole as shown in Figure 24. Crochet a round of 18 stitches around the hole (counts as R01). Then follow the pattern below:

Rnds

Pattern

Total

R02

R03

R04

R05

R06

R07

R08

R09-11

R12

R13

R14

R15

R16

R17

R18

R19

R20

R21

R22

R23

R24

sc 12, dec, sc 4

sc 3, dec, sc 8, dec, sc 2

sc 3, dec, sc 7, dec, sc

sc 2, dec, sc 6, dec, sc

sc 2, (sc 4 in next sc)*2, sc 7

sc 4, sc4tog, sc 9

sc 14

repeat R08

inc, sc 13, stuff

inc, sc 14

sc, inc, sc 14

sc 2, inc, sc 14

sc 2, inc, sc 15

sc 3, inc, sc 15

sc 4, inc, sc 7, dec, sc 6

sc 4, inc, sc 15

sc 5, inc, sc 8, dec, sc 5

sc 6, inc, sc 14

sc 6, inc, sc 9, dec, sc 4, stuff

sc-tbl 2, dec-tbl 10, stuff

dec 6

(17)

(15)

(13)

(11)

(17)

(14)

(14)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

(20)

(21)

(21)

(22)

(22)

(12)

(6)

Close the hole as described in the Fawn Pattern.

 Left front leg

Attach white thread to the first free stitch of the left front leg hole as shown in Figure 26. Crochet a round of 12 stitches around the hole (counts as R01). Then follow the pattern below:

Rnds

Pattern

Total

R02

R03

R04

R05

R06

R07

R08

R09

R10

R11

R12

R13

R14

R15

R16

R17

R18

R19

R20

R21

R22

R23

R24

repeat R01

sc 2, inc, sc 9

sc 13

sc 3, inc, sc 9

sc 14

repeat R06

sc 4, inc, sc 9

sc 15

sc 4, inc, sc 10

sc 16

sc 5, inc, sc 10

sc 17

sc 6, inc, sc 10

sc 7, inc, sc 8, dec

sc 7, inc, sc 10

sc 8, inc, sc 8, dec

sc 9, inc, sc 9

dec, sc 7, inc, sc 10

sc 9, inc, sc 10

dec, sc 8, inc, sc 10

sc 10, inc, sc 10

sc-tbl 2, dec-tbl 10

dec 6

(12)

(13)

(13)

(14)

(14)

(14)

(15)

(15)

(16)

(16)

(17)

(17)

(18)

(18)

(19)

(19)

(20)

(20)

(21)

(21)

(22)

(12)

(6)

Close the hole as described in the Fawn Pattern.

 RIGHT FRONT LEG

Attach white thread to the first free stitch of the right front leg hole as shown in Figure 26. Crochet a round of 12 stitches around the hole (counts as R01). Then follow the pattern below:

Rnds

Pattern

Total

R02

R03

R04

R05

R06

R07

R08

R09

R10

R11

R12

R13

R14

R15

R16

R17

R18

R19

R20

R21

R22

R23

R24

repeat R01

sc 4, inc, sc 7

sc 13

sc 6, inc, sc 6

sc 14

repeat R06

sc 7, inc, sc 6

sc 15

sc 8, inc, sc 6

sc 16

sc 9, inc, sc 6

sc 17

sc 10, inc, sc 6

sc 11, inc, sc 6

sc 2, dec, sc 7, inc, sc 7

sc 11, inc, sc 7

sc, dec, sc 9, inc, sc 7

sc 11, inc, sc 8

sc, dec, sc 9, inc, sc 8

sc 12, inc, sc 8

dec, sc 10, inc, sc 9

sc-tbl 2, dec-tbl 10

dec 6

(12)

(13)

(13)

(14)

(14)

(14)

(15)

(15)

(16)

(16)

(17)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(19)

(20)

(20)

(21)

(21)

(22)

(22)

(12)

(6)

Close the hole as described in the Fawn Pattern.

Uh, that was a lot of crocheting :-) Next time I will show you how to make eyes, a mane and a tail :-)

Seamless Baby Boys/Toddlers Amigurumi Pattern

Oh hi, Ma! Of course we’ve been very good boys all morning! Vase? What broken vase? We don’t know anything about it, Ma!

Seamless Toddler Doll Amigurumi Pattern

Meet those two super cute little amigurumi toddlers. They look sweet, but do not trust those innocent eyes. Once you invite them, not a single biscuit in your house remains safe!

Seamless Toddler Doll Amigurumi Pattern,

Both baby dolls are seamless (except for the eyes which need to be sewed to the face) and fast to make. I wanted the body shape to be as realistic as possible and simple at the same time so that it could be easily altered.

The crochet pattern for the dolls is available in my shops:

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Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer Free Amigurumi Pattern Modification

Today I would like to show you how to make your own seamless Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer. I think that he will make a great Chrismas decoration this season!

rudolph the rednosed reindeer free amigurumi pattern modification

What you need

1. This is not a separate pattern, but a pattern modification, so you will need my Andy The Fawn Amigurumi Pattern, which can be purchased on Etsy, Ravelry or Craftsy.

2. Sport yarn in brown, beige, white, black and red (I use YarnArt Jeans).

3. Crochet hook (I use 1.75 steel hook, it is American 4).

4. Tapestry needle

5. Some stuffing

Body

The base (the head, body, tail and all legs) should be made according to the Fawn pattern, but with all the alterations listed below:

1. Use brown yarn instead of orange (read the “Or” symbol as “change to brown”).

2. Use beige yarn instead of white (read the “Wh” symbol as “change to beige”).

3. Round 11 of the HEAD pattern should be done like this:

sc 21 (in brown), inc (in beige), inc 2 (in red), inc, sc (in beige), sc 21 (in brown)

4. Do not make eyes yet.

The finished body should look like this:

Rudolph The Rednosed Reindeer Free Amigurumi Pattern Modification

Antlers

Make two shorter beige pieces following the pattern below:

1) magic ring, sc 4

2-5) sc 4

Fasten off with long thread.

Then make two longer beige pieces following the pattern below:

1) magic ring, sc 4

2-8) sc 4

Fasten off with long thread.

Sew the shorter piece to the longer piece as shown in the picture. Repeat with the remaing two pieces.

Rudolph The Rednosed Reindeer Free Amigurumi Pattern Modification

EYES

Make two eyes following the pattern below. Start with black thread.

1) magic ring, sc 6, change color to white

2) sl-tbl, inc-tbl 2, sl-tbl

Fasten off leaving long black and white ends. You can also tide together and then trim the short beginnings of white and black thread.

Use the white thread to embroider a white highlight in the middle of the black part of the eye.

Sew both eyes to the head as shown in the picture. Use the black thread to sew the black part of the eye and the white thread to sew the white part.

Sew antlers to the head.

Rudolph The Rednosed Reindeer Free Amigurumi Pattern Modification

Congratulations! You have made your Rudolph!

I would love to see your Rudolph so don’t forget to link to your work in the comment!

Kissing Dolls Amigurumi Pattern for a wedding topper or bridal shower

Let me introduce a sweet couple of two amigurumi dolls that just got wed! The bride and the groom couldn’t wait to hear “now you may kiss each other”.

kissing dolls amigurumi pattern for wedding or bridal shower

They are both seamless so they can be made really fast which is great when you would like to give a cute handmade gift for a wedding or a bridal shower, but you don’t have much time left.

Kissing Dolls Amigurumi pattern for wedding or bridal shower

The dolls don’t stand on their own, they need to be pinned or glued to something solid. I chose a lid of an IKEA rattan box, but wooden or cork coaster should also be OK.

Kissing Dolls Amigurumi pattern for wedding or bridal shower

Kissing Dolls Amigurumi Pattern is available in my shops:

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Sandy The Cat – Seamless Amigurumi Pattern

This is Sandy. Sandy is a seamless amigurumi cat that I designed using some advanced shaping techniques which I developed while designing Cat Princess and Andy The Fawn patterns.
sandy the cat seamless amigurumi pattern

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I think I am done with crocheting kittens for a long time. I can hardly imagine myself designing anything with higher cuteness factor than Sandy.

Maybe I should go into Halloween/horror stuff for a change?

The pattern is available in my shops:

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Amigurumi Pattern: Andy The Fawn

I knew two things when I started designing this one: it must be seamless and it must stand on its own four feet. Period. No compromises. It took me some time to figure out the way I should contruct it but at last – it is done! My newest seamless creature, Andy The Fawn.

andy the fawn amigurumi seamless pattern

I love how elegant he is. The color is added as-you-go, simply by changing the thread color. And you need the needle only to close the holes in the body.

andy the fawn amigurumi seamless pattern

Is it still amigurumi? Or maybe rather: crochet sculpture?

(I don’t dare to say “crochet art”.)

andy the fawn amigurumi seamless pattern