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!
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!
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:
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”.
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.
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 is available in my shops:
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.
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:
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.
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.
Is it still amigurumi? Or maybe rather: crochet sculpture?
(I don’t dare to say “crochet art”.)
I had this cat in my mind long before I actually started to design it. I wanted to make an amigurumi cat possibly realistic and minimalist at the same time. I wanted the pattern to be almost or entirely seamless.
I attempted several times and left the project to do something easier. Until I finally learnt (or discovered) all the shaping techniques that were essential to make the cat look as I wanted it to, without any compromises.
The cat princess doesn’t required much sewing – only the tail must be sewed to the body and this is actually the exact amount of needlework that I can bear in my pattern without feeling uncomfortable.
I like this pattern so much that it even became a part of my new logotype!
I am still thinking about making another seamless cat – the next one will stand on four feet. I think I am close to achieving that.
The pattern is available in my shops:
Denzel The Amigurumi Raccoon was a real fun to make. It took some time to figure out the shape of the head but the result is so cute. And yet again my resistance to sewing was the reason why I used the tapestry crochet technique to add colors to the face.
He is almost seamless, only the tail is sewed to the body.
Denzel can be purchased in my shops:
Let me show you my newest amigurumi pattern – Lazy Duckling in Eggshell. Perfect as a Spring/Easter home decoration.
This pattern did not take me much time. It is quite easy and fun to make. The duckling is made mostly as one piece, only the legs have to be sewn to the body.
The leg can be made solid white or striped, if you want to look it more “Easter”.
It can be also a great simple toy for a toddler – putting the duckling into its egg and out is a great exercise for tiny fingers.
The pattern is available in Easter Bundle and separately in my shops: