If you want the ultimate squishable companion, this giant penguin is for you! She’s the perfect size for hugging and you can make the main color anything you want! I love the idea of a pink penguin because it’s so fantastical and cute, but I can also see her in pastel blue, purple, or yellow!
Jumbo, The Giant Bee Crochet Pattern
This fun, fluffy insect really is jumbo! When finished, Jumbo the Bee measures approximately 13” x 10”. Jumbo is the perfect, squishy friend!
The very first amigurumi toy I made was a penguin. With this easy beginner pattern, perhaps the very first amigurumi you make will be a penguin too! If you use aran-weight yarn and a 4.0mm hook, the penguin will come out to 3.5 in (8.9 cm) tall. But you can use any hook and yarn size you want - the penguin will just grow smaller or larger with you. It's written in US terminology and crocheted in the round.
Penguin Crochet Buddy
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.
Poppy the Penguin
Learn how to get started with amigurumi this winter by creating your own crochet Christmas ornaments! Create your own cute little basic body for a holiday round penguin doll with this free crochet pattern.this basic and beginner friendly DIY project is perfect for any crocheter and works with any type of worsted weight yarn for creating dolls and toys. Is perfect for home decor as well. It can work up quickly. made in the single crochet and in the round
Pastel pusheen amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by: Anitha Domacin
Who said that pusheen has to be grey and grey only, right? Well, you can go for all the colors you want, for instance try making pusheen in red, purple or green, as you can see on the picture, they look absolutely adorable!
Photo is by Anitha Domacin / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on paintitcolorful.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.