This crochet sloth pattern makes a huggable creature sure to delight any child. This is a beginner-friendly crochet project that works up quickly in a super bulky yarn. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, half double crochet, single crochet Crocheting in the round, seaming pieces together Special stitches: hdc2tog (with written instructions in pattern and linked video tutorial) Skill Level Easy Finished Size Body measures 12.5 (32 cm) long x 9 (23 cm) wide before sewing on limbs and stuffing. Materials Bernat Baby Blanket yarn (100% polyester, 10.5 oz/300 g, 220 yd/201 m) - 2 skeins in 04010 Baby Sand, or approximately 270 yd (245 m) in any super bulky weight yarn Bernat Blanket yarn (100% polyester, 10.5 oz/300 g, 220 yd/201 m) - 1 skein each in 10830 Almond (CB) and 10040 Coal (CC), or approximately 25 yd (23 m) each in CB and CC in any super bulky weight yarn. Fairfield Poly-Fil Crafter's Choice Dry Packing Fiber Fill, 20 ounce bag. US Size K-10.5/6.5 mm crochet hook, or any size needed to obtain correct gauge. 15 mm black safety eyes - 1 pair. Stitch markers. Yarn needle. Gauge 11 hdc = 4 (10 cm). Exact gauge is not critical for this project. Stitches should be small so that fiber filling doesn't show.
Everyone loves a sloth. This free crochet pattern is for the fluffiest, cuddliest, amigurumi sloth you will ever hug. Amelia is an update of a pattern for a large Hoffmann's Two-Toed Sloth. The nostrils are worked directly onto the snout as bobble stitches with a color change that makes them pronounced and well... boop-able. The whole body is one piece, with the legs worked directly onto leg holes left after make the torso. Amelia is a very fun, unique project.
Tripet is a happy little three-legged monster that wants to play! He's adorable and huggable and stands all on his own. Tripet brings joy and love wherever he goes. Use some Poly Pellets in his feet to help him stand, and then fill the rest of him with Poly Fil. You can even add more legs or arms, as they are all attached separately. Tripet is made in several pieces and then joined together. He’d be amazing in lots of other color combos as well, making him a great stash buster.
Scrappy the Sloth is a fluffy amigurumi with the most colorful fur you've ever seen (or snuggled!). And to add to this cool crochet pattern, it is done completely using scrap yarn! Yep, Scrappy is a stash busting amigurumi. Scrappy the Sloth is made up almost entirely of scrap yarn. His claws and face are the only parts that call for a specific color. He is done with the loop stitch, then the loops can be cut and brushed (optional) for his super fluffiness.
Free Crochet Pattern for a Sloth Amigurumi by Stringy Ding Ding.
“It is a no-sew pattern, which means his arms, legs, and head is all worked into one piece. No sewing them on! The only thing you have to sew is his face
He is fairly small but you can increase your crochet hook to make him a little bigger.”
Now you can crochet your own Umbreon Amigurumi! Turn to the dark side with this free crochet Umbreon pattern! Umbreon is the dark Eeveelution when levelled up by friendship at night. Why not add him to your pokemon crochet team? Materials Needed: Black yarn (red heart supersaver), yellow yarn (light, shiny), 4.0mm crochet hook, fiber fill stuffing, felt pieces for eyes. Difficulty: Easy/ Beginner Tips: Be sure to stuff the limbs generously so that Umbreon can stand upright on it's own.