If you’re looking for something special to give as a birthday present why not surprise your loved ones with a handmade gift?
You can crochet your own cute Snorlax! This is your chance to catch them all! Kids will love it!
Amigurumi patterns are so fun to work up because you can really make them come to life. Owl Amigurumi are particularly popular among those Amigurumi patterns, because they are so so cute. And they are perfectly plush to wrap your arms around and snuggle with. We have already featured a few owl patterns in the past. This is another cute one for you. You can use this adorable Owl Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern to make a Cute Cuddly Owl for that sweet child in your life. Thanks Amigurumi Today for sharing these free patterns. These links for these free patterns are provided below photos. Happy crocheting.
Photo Credit to Amigurumi Today
Click below link for free pattern…
This velveteen bunny born as a part of my amigurumi adventure. This year I’m focusing to learn how to crochet/design amigurumi patterns. I realized the velvet yarn is perfect for making amigurumi. It has that felted texture to make cute and cuddly animals. Velvet bunny amigurumi perfect for gift giving to the bunny lover in your life. He is so soft and squishy! Well, I need to say, I’m not an expert on crochet amigurumi designing. I just start to learn how to crochet and designing these beautiful and creative creatures. I thought it is hard. NO… If you already have an experience crocheting amigurumi, I hope you can do it better than me.
Crochet Hook H/8 or 5 mm hook
Yarn Weight (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge 16 sc x 15 rows = (4” x 4”) with H-8, 5mm crochet hook.
Finished Size 13.5″ tall
- Designed by Amigurumi Today
Amigurumi Today has so many beautiful toys patterns! I must admit, that this sweet bear is just a timeless classic. The colors is very neutral and on point, his shape is the best, and his eyes are just mesmerizing! The finished size is 15 cm (if you’re using the recommended yarn weight & hook size).
PHOTOS by Amigurumi Today / Ravelry.com