If you think that two arms are great for cuddling, just wait until you experience a snuggle buddy with eight! Big, soft, and plushie, this Giant Octopus is crocheted in one piece so no need to sew on all those legs!
However, cute is the predominant theme here and this charmander pokemon is a clear example of this. Needless to say, the little one will love him.
One of the main reasons I stay away from crochet amigurumi toys is because I just simply hate sewing all the separate parts together. No matter how hard I try to sew it together at the perfect positions to make it all even and matching? It somehow always ends up with crooked arms or legs! That's exactly why I decided to design a toy that does what it says on the tin- no sewing required! This is a completely no sew crochet bunny toy that is worked in one continuous piece. You start at the feet and finish at the ears all in one piece.
Isn’t this little crochet penguin buddy a cute winter companion? My boys have been asking to keep these penguins for themselves ever since I crafted them up. I think they might find them under the tree this year as their gift from mommy. You don't have to be little to enjoy this penguin stuffy! He is cute for holiday decor or to just have around. And of course I think he makes a great gift for all ages.
Meet Emil, the cute preemie octopus crochet pattern. Do you crochet for charity? Have you heard about preemie octopus before? They're cute little amigurumi octopus (or jellyfish) suffed toys. Yes, they are adorable but that's not all. Scientific research has shown they actually help preemies get better. “The purpose of the crocheted octopuses is to promote comfort and development for the pre-term babies while in the hospital. The tentacles of the soft octos mimic the feel of the umbilical cord in their tiny hands and have been found to soothe the babies and help prevent them from pulling on wires and tubes.” Octopus for a Preemie-US Project Ambassador Randi Palm of Lonsdale Emil is an easy, beginner-friendly plush crochet octopus pattern. Only single crochet stitches are used throughout the pattern. Guidelines on size and construction were followed to be sure you can donate your crochet octopus to charity.