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How to Crochet Amigurumi For Beginners – Everything you need

Crocheting is always a favorite hobby among crafters. Today let’s learn with me how to crochet amigurumi for beginners from scratch with this complete guide.

This post contains everything you need to know to start making your first crochet toy. Starting from how to choose yarn and hook, tools… Then we will figure out how to read crochet patterns, and learn basic crochet stitches with easy step-by-step video tutorials. We also go through 16 systematized lessons covering all the basic techniques required for amigurumi making.

You are not interested in making amigurumi (I wonder who doesn’t like such cutie creations?). Not worry, this post still can help you with basic knowledge about crochet, which you can apply to any crochet project.

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1. Amigurumi for beginners: What is amigurumi?

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Amigurumi (pronounces /ɑːmɪˈɡuːɹuːmɪ/), a Japanese word, is an art of knitting or crocheting stuffed animals or dolls from yarn by hand. Most of the time, people prefer crocheting to knitting amigurumi, with a few simple basic crochet stitches. If you want to know more about amigurumi history, check Wikipedia

Frankly, amigurumi is an addictive art and very popular among crafters. Because there are so many lovely amigurumi creations and both making or playing with them can bring you joy.

Is it hard to make amigurumi? Is this for crochet beginners?

The answer is no. Even if you have never touched yarn and hook, you still can learn how to crochet amigurumi from the beginning. All you need is basic knowledge about crocheting and patience to practice. Everyone can crochet amigurumi. 

How long does it take to make amigurumi? 

Honestly, amigurumi is a time-consuming handicraft compared to other kinds of knitting or crocheting. It will take around 7 days to learn how to crochet beginner amigurumi. And a small project can take 1-2 hours. The bigger and more complicated amigurumi, the more time you need. But good things take time, you will love the amigurumi you make, and your kids as well.

2. Which materials and tools are needed for amigurumi beginners?

Well, if you are just beginning to learn how to crochet, not many things you need to start making amigurumi. I have made a list of required materials and tools for amigurumi here:

  • Yarn
  • Crochet hook
  • Stuffing
  • Safety eyes
  • Stitch marker
  • Scissors or a yarn cutter
  • Yarn needle and tapestry needle

Yarn for amigurumi

What is the best yarn type for amigurumi? 

As you know, there is a variety of yarn types and sizes in the market. But you will need something unstretched and anti-pilling to keep the form of the crochet toys longer. There are three types of yarns that are the best for amigurumi:

Yarn size (Yarn weight)

Depending on the thickness of the yarns, there are some different sizes of yarn weight. I think it is necessary to know about yarn size when you put your legs in one of the most interesting arts in the world – Crochet.

For an amigurumi beginner, you should start with DK or worsted yarns for the best practice. When you are comfortable with crocheting, you can move on to other sizes of yarns like lace or superfine for miniatures or plush bulky for big amigurumi.

How to find alternative yarn for amigurumi projects?

It is very common when you cannot find the exact yarn recommended in the amigurumi pattern. What you should do right now? Do not freak out, I am telling you how to substitute yarn to have a similar size of amigurumi as the pattern.

Actually, there are so many tips but then it is the easiest way to find yarn alternation for your crochet product. Simply enter the name of recommended yarn to https://yarnsub.com, and they will do the rest. Find the most suitable yarn that you would love to crochet, tada, done!

If you have already a lot of yarn at home without a label or any information, Lovecraft had brilliant tips to figure out yarn size. That article helps me a lot especially since I run over yarn in the middle of the project.  Ms. Cleaver also gave an amazing tip to find alternative yarns with Ravelry, I think you also will love to check out.

Best crochet hook for amigurumi beginners

Of course, you need a crochet hook to crochet anything. But you need to use a smaller hook while working with amigurumi. Why? Because the smaller the hook, the tighter the stitch, and that helps your amigurumi have a beautiful outlook without any holes and visible stuffing from inside.

The same as yarn, there are some different sizes of crochet hooks in different systems. There are metric sizes, US size, UK size, and Japanese size. Make sure that you choose an ergonomic and comfortable hook that helps you make those small stitches over and over.

How to choose the right hook size for your amigurumi?

The answer to this question could be found inside our Amigurumi Beginner Ultimate Course.

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Stuffing for amigurumi

What is the best stuffing for amigurumi or soft toys? 

There are many materials that you can use to stuff amigurumi: cotton, wool, small pieces of fabric, dry beans, cardboard, and toilet paper…depending on the makers’ wish. 

But if you want to make washable amigurumi, the most commonly used filling for handmade crocheted toys is Polyester fiberfill, also called “polyfill” stuffing.

Polyfill is created from a mix of various synthetic (polyester) fibers that are loosely spun to keep the light, airy texture. 

Easily you can find polyfills in local craft shops, bedding shops, or online. When I run out of polyfill in the middle of the process, it seems a little bit silly but I just open any pillow in my house and use the filling from it. The only inconvenience of this is that my husband needs to buy new pillows all the time, haha.

You also can find eco-friendly alternative stuffing like Kapok cotton. I have a blog post on this cool stuffing and how to collect it which you might get interested in.

https://anvisgranny.com/how-to-collect-kapok-silk-cotton-for-amigurumi-stuffing/

Safety Eyes and nose for amigurumi

For amigurumi, a simple way to give your toys soul, and add cuteness is to use plastic safety eyes and noses. These eyes and noses are installed before stuffing, and the two-part mechanism prevents the eyes and noses from falling off.

But if you make toys for infants or children under 3 years old, I highly recommend you embroider the eyes and nose instead of plastic safety ones.

Other tools that make your life easier

Stitch markers are small things but will impact your whole amigurumi project. While you work on continuous rounds, you need to mark the first stitch of each row. If you don’t keep track of those first stitches, there is a high potential that your amigurumi will end in a mess. 

Personally, I prefer using another strand of abstract color yarn to mark the first stitches. This method is very easy and convenient for me because I am so lazy to remove and attach a stitch marker every new round. 

Besides all the main materials and tools, I suggest you have good and sharp craft scissors with pointy tips. It will support stuffing into small holes and of course, cut your yarn.

Also, you should have one or two different yarn needles and tapestry needles when you sew parts of amigurumi or embroider eyes or noses.

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3. How to read any crochet pattern for beginners

When you are new to crochet, written crochet patterns probably look like a foreign language for you, all the codes make you confused and have no idea where to start with. But no worry, I will show you here all you need to read a crochet pattern at any level.

Let’s say that you find an awesome pattern for an amigurumi or any other crochet project, but how to start?  Right now we will break down the pattern so that you will understand the pattern without feeling so haunted.

“About” information

About is the section where the designer notes the type of the pattern: amigurumi or a blanket or a bag. You will want to choose the project that you want to make but also have the ability to make. There are four crochet skill levels that you will want to keep in mind: beginner, easy, intermediate, and advanced/experienced. An advanced crocheter can crochet anything but a newbie should choose a beginner pattern, which uses only basic stitches with a small size, to start with. 

Yarn, materials, and tools

Make sure that you have the proper yarn, as well as other necessary tools and materials. For amigurumi, most of the time you will need yarn, a crochet hook, polyfill, safety eyes or embroidery threads, a stitch marker, and a yarn needle. 

Gauge and tension

In other crochet patterns, you will find this section is written like this: 

12 sts = 10 cm (4″); 12 rows = 10 cm (4″) in single crochet using a 2.5mm hook

What does this mean? Let’s decode this:  You will use a crochet hook size 2.5mm with the noted yarn, and make single crochet stitches to create a square of 10x10cm. The width is formed from 12 stitches, the height is formed by 12 rows of single crochet. 

Now you need to make your gauge to make sure that you have the right size of yarn and hook.

In amigurumi patterns, normally you will not find the gauge information but only the size of the finished item instead. Different sizes of yarn and hooks can lead to different sizes of your finished toys. As a beginner, try to follow the yarn and hook size of the pattern to have the precise size of the design.

Abbreviations or The crochet terms

A very common issue that many crochet beginners face is not understanding the crochet terms, which leads to weird crocheted items. So before starting to crochet anything, make sure that you acknowledge the abbreviations used and the crochet terms. 

There are some kinds of crochet terms: American term (US Term), British term (UK term), the universal term (symbol term), and symbol charts. Most of the time you will find patterns that are written in US or UK terms, but when the designers are from China – the patterns are in the universal term, and the designers are from Japan – the patterns are in symbol charts. 

Look at the board below to understand what are the differences between them. 

Crochet basic abbreviations conversions between US term, UK term, chart symbols, universal abbreviation and instruction how to crochet basic stitches
The PDF of the Crochet Abbreviation Conversions is available in Amigurumi Beginner Ultimate Course.

These are still some popular abbreviations commonly used in crochet patterns

  • MR – magic ring/ magic circle/ adjustable ring/ magic loop
  • beg – beginning
  • cont – continue
  • rep – repeat
  • inc – increase
  • dec – decrease
  • ws – wrong side
  • rs – right side
  • sk – skip
  • yo/yoh – Yarn over
  • FO/CO: fasten off/ cast off
  • BLO: Back loop only
  • FLO: Front loop only
  • St/ Sts: Stitch/Stitches
  • FP: front post
  • BP: back post

Abbreviations in other languages

Besides, designers from Spanish, Russian, and Portuguese technically use specific abbreviations for their languages but are still based on such major terms of crochet.

In my patterns, I prefer to use universal symbols, which everybody from any place in the world can read without any translating application.

Moreover, all my free patterns on this website can be translated into multiple languages immediately on the site, are you happy with that?

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Decoding the pattern

After knowing all the sections of a crochet pattern, it is time for decoding the pattern. There is no pattern having the same structure as others, it depends on the designers individually. But normally there are some commons in the structure of crochet patterns that you need to keep eye on:

The number of row/ round: Main instruction (total amount of stitches after finishing this row/ round).

For your flexibility to understand all types of patterns, I went from row to row with my crochet tutorial: How to crochet a perfect ball with 3 different types of written patterns. All the detailed instructions can be found inside Amigurumi Beginner Ultimate Course.

There are a few more types but once you know how to read the abbreviations and structure of the pattern, you can read any pattern and in any language (using Google Translate). 

4. Basic crochet stitches – amigurumi for beginners

For crochet beginners or amigurumi beginners, we just need to know a few crochet stitches to start with: chain, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, triple crochet, and slip stitch. (I am using American terminology here). 

I will write down the information in this order: Symbol Abbreviation (Universal and what I use for my patterns) – Name of stitch + abbreviation (US term) – Name of stitch + abbreviation (UK term). 

Let’s learn how to crochet amigurumi right now!

CH – Chain stitch (ch) – Chain stitch (ch)

Instruction: Yarn over hook (yo), pull through loop.

SS – Slip stitch (Sl st/ SS) – Slip stitch (Sl st/ SS)

Instruction: Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through stitch, pull through loop on hook.

X – Single crochet (sc) – Double crochet (dc) 

In making amigurumi, it is the most used stitch because it will form small holes and keep the stuffing invisible inside the finished crochet items. 

This stitch forms a square (Width = height)

Instruction: Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through stitch, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook.

T – Half double crochet (hdc) – Half Treble crochet (htr)

Technically a half double crochet stitch’s dimension is equal 2 times to a single crochet stitch’s dimensions. But with my experience, I feel that 1T = 1.5X in height

Instruction: Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through stitch, yarn over, pull through 3 loops on hook.

F – double crochet (dc) – Treble crochet (Tr)

This crochet stitch is very popular when you crochet tops, scarfs, or blankets, but not with amigurumi. You can meet this stitch when you make a dress or hair for crochet dolls. 

1F = 3X in height

Instruction: Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through stitch, yarn over, pull through 2 first loops, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook.

E – Triple crochet (tc/ tr) – Double Treble crochet (dtr)

When you want to make tall stitches (like a flower), this crochet stitch is very useful. Because 1E = 4X in height

Instruction: Yarn over (2 times), insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through stitch, yarn over, pull through 2 first loops, yarn over, pull through 2 first loops on hook, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook.

V – Single crochet increase (sc inc) – Double crochet increase (dc inc)

When you wanna expand your crochet sheet, you need to add more stitches. That’s when you need to use an increase: create2 stitches at 1 stitch of the previous round. Here is the formula for a single crochet increase but you can apply it for other stitches.

Instruction: Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through stitch, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook. Repeat 1 more time in the same stitch.

In my patterns, sometimes I use single crochet 3 stitches increase (W, that means you crochet 3 new stitches in 1 stitch of the previous round. 

 

A – Single 2 together (sc2tog/ dec) – Double 2 together (dc2tog)

When you wanna make your crochet sheet smaller, you need to reduce stitches. That’s when you need to use a decrease: crochet 2 stitches together to make 1 new stitch. Technically, in making amigurumi you will not use normal decrease but the invisible decrease which helps you to have an even surface of amigurumi.

Instruction: 

Invisible decrease for the right side: Insert hook into the front loop of the first stitch, insert hook into the front loop of the next stitch, yarn over, pull through the loops, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook.

Invisible decrease for the wrong side (when you work inside out): Skip 1 stitch, Insert the hook into the back loop of the second stitch, twist the hook to the wrong side, and insert the hook into the back loop of the skipped stitch, return to the original position (right side), yarn over, pull through the loops, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook.

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5. Basic Techniques – how to crochet amigurumi for beginners

After knowing basic crochet stitches, you also need some other useful techniques specifically used for amigurumi. Do not worry, everything is clear after you follow this blog post. 

I also made a full Youtube series for you to learn and practice: Amigurumi school – Basic class for absolute beginners. There are so many free amigurumi video tutorials and crochet tips videos, remember to visit, subscribe and turn on the notification for my channel to be the first one to know about new videos. 

I highly recommend that you watch all the videos before you start to make your first amigurumi. The reason is to help you have all the basic foundation strongly and decently, which will lead to beautiful amigurumi even for the first time you crochet.

Some crucial techniques you need to know are: 

  1. How to hold a crochet hook and yarn the right way
  2. How to make a magic ring or adjustable ring, or magic circle
  3. Define cross stitch single crochet (X single crochet) and normal single crochet (V single crochet)
  4. How to start an amigurumi for beginners (and follow the pattern)
  5. How to change colors while crocheting amigurumi 
  6. How to crochet a perfect stripe without cutting yarn
  7. How to stuff amigurumi in the right way
  8. How to close a hole at the end of the amigurumi part
  9. How to sew parts of amigurumi for beginners 
  10. How to insert safety eyes and nose
  11. How to crochet multiple strands from 1 yarn ball
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It seems a long list to go, but I created very short and clear videos so that you can pick it up easily without feeling overwhelmed. I suggest that you should learn each by each in 7 days or more because I want you to practice well before any official project.

Let’s dance, oops, let’s jump into the class! 

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Note:  Learning how to hold a crochet hook and yarn is a very important pre-step that will impact your tension and your speed of crocheting. There are some different ways of keeping yarn and hook, both for right-handed and left-handed people. You can check this video from Forever Bliss Crochet to learn 4 yarn holds and 2 hook holds and experiments in your most comfortable way. 

 6. First amigurumi project you should make

Yeap! After you finish this post about how to crochet amigurumi for beginners from scratch, I think you are ready!

Actually, you can choose any amigurumi pattern that you want to make to start with, but in my opinion, you should go with small projects. Believe me, you will be happy and motivated when holding your first finished amigurumi ever.

Choosing a big amigurumi project might kill your excitement and eagerness because it will consume so much time and effort to fulfill.

Most of my patterns are small, fun crochet amigurumi for beginners, you can find many cute designs in my shop (Etsy, Ravelry, Pattern shop). However, I also give many free amigurumi patterns and amigurumi tutorial videos that you can begin with, just enjoy!

In my Amigurumi Beginner Ultimate Course, you will start with Kiki the Axolotl, then will have 7 BT21 keychains for you to practice. All are available in PDF premium patterns for you to use anytime, anywhere.

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Last words

Congratulations! Finally, you have finished my Ultimate guide about amigurumi for beginners! I hope that whatever I have given here satisfies your need and possibly helps you to crochet your first amigurumi. Show me your creations in my VIP Facebook Group and make friends with like-minded people from all over the world. 

If you love the guide, please save it to your Pinterest, comment here on what you think, share, and tell the world about it. Do not forget to subscribe to this page, my Youtube channel for free crochet patterns and crochet tips. If you want to contact me in person, do not hesitate to email me, or drop a message on Instagram or Facebook

Happy crocheting! 

From Joy – Anvi’s Granny with love! 

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MATERIALS AND TOOLS

  • DK yarn or worsted weight yarn (Some of my favorite yarns for amigurumi: Lion Brand, Jeans Yarnart, Red Heart)
  • 2.2-2.5mm hook for DK and 3.5-3.75mm for worsted weight yarn (My most used hooks: Tulip, Clover, Furls Crochet)
  • Yarn needle, tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Polyfill
  • Stitch marker
  • Safety eyes or embroidery thread
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ABBREVIATIONS

You might not use all the abbreviations in the amigurumi crochet pattern but I still want to show you all to refer to (US terms).

MR: magic ring

St/Sts: Stitch/Stitches

ss: slip stitch

ch: chain

X/sc: Single crochet

r-X/r-sc: reverse single crochet

T/hdc: half double crochet

F/dc: double crochet

E/tr : Triple crochet

p: Picot stitch (3ch, ss in the first st of the chain)

bo: bobble stitch 

fpsc:  front post single crochet

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V/inc: Increase (make 2 sc in1 st)

A/dec: Decrease (2sc together)

W/3sc in same st : Increase 3 sc (make 3 sc in 1 st)

TV/hdcinc, FV/dcinc, EV/trinc: Increase with half double crochet, double crochet, and triple crochet

FO: Fasten off

BLO: Back loop only

FLO: Front loop only

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Beginner.

You need to know the basics of crocheting amigurumi to follow this crochet Christmas light pattern.

In case you are new to amigurumi making, check my Ultimate guide to amigurumi for beginners before you start to learn how to make a cute crochet poinsettia doll.

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BODY crochet Christmas light pattern

To make the body of this adorable light bulb amigurumi, we start with gray yarn.

1) MR 8sc (8)

2) 8inc (16)

3) BLO 16sc (16)

Change to red yarn

4) (7sc, inc)*2 (18)

5) (2sc, inc)*6 (24)

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The pattern contains color change here and if you are a beginner, do not fear! I am sure that you will do well! If you find it challenging, consider finishing my Ultimate Amigurumi Guide For Beginners beforehand.

Red yarn in bold text, green yarn in normal text.

6) 9sc, 6sc, 9sc (24)

7) 24sc (24)

8) 8sc, p, 8sc, p, 8sc (24)

9-12) 24sc (24)

13) (2sc, dec)*6 (18)

14) 18sc (18)

You can use safety eyes between R11-12 or R12-13, 3sts apart. If you like to embroider the face like me, just skip this step.

15) (sc, dec)*6 (12)

16) 12sc (12)

17) 6dec (6)

FO. Use a yarn needle to close the opening. 

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  • Embroider the face and jumpsuit as shown below.
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No sew

Free Crochet Poinsettia Pattern – No sew Christmas Ornament

Hey there, crochet pals! Grow your own magical Christmas flower garden with our free crochet poinsettia pattern – the secret sauce to sprinkling your holidays with handmade goodness.

Whether you’re a yarn ninja or just starting your crochet adventure, our mini free crochet poinsettia pattern is like a cozy hug for your festive spirit!

crochet poinsettia pattern

Tired of the same old holiday decor or similar easy crochet poinsettia patterns everywhere? Say hello to a tiny crochet poinsettia doll pattern for a change. Our no sew poinsettia pattern is more than just stitches; it brings joy in every loop.

free crochet poinsettia pattern for beginners

And guess what? We’ve got an extra special treat – a poinsettia doll that’s so cute it could melt a snowman’s heart. The best part? It’s a no-sew wonder, because who needs extra fuss during the holiday hustle?

easy crochet poinsettia pattern

Let’s embark on a Free Poinsettia Ornament Crochet adventure together! Our Poinsettia Amigurumi tutorial is your friendly guide through the crochet wonderland.

Even if you’re a beginner, fear not! This crochet journey is as easy as building a snowman with your favorite sidekick. Get ready for smiles, giggles, and a dash of holiday magic.

free crochet poinsettia pattern

If you are a fan of no-sew or low-sew amigurumi crochet patterns, make sure that you will also try out our quick and easy Christmas amigurumi no-sew crochet ornaments. Let your talent shine this holiday!

This easy Christmas poinsettia amigurumi ornament is one of the best mini crochet projects, make a great gift this Christmas season or just for yourself. It’s time to crochet your way to a holly, jolly Christmas, my friends!

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CROCHET POINSETTIA PATTERN PDF

The free crochet poinsettia ornament pattern is one of the 2023 Tiny Christmas Ami Friends that will melt your heart: snowflake, Santa pinecone, pickle, poinsettia, and lightbulb.

Just like other cute Xmas amigurumi projects like the Christmas crochet tree ornament, or Christmas mushroom elf doll, this no-sew poinsettia pattern is easy to follow and fun to make.

Click the video below to watch all the Tiny Christmas Ami Friends.

To upgrade your experience with this free crochet poinsettia pattern and the whole 2023 Christmas collection, the PDF ebook full of photo tutorials is here for you (Etsy, Ravelry, Website).

Tiny Christmas Crochet pattern PDF

Or if you want to just support me while browsing this free crochet poinsettia pattern without purchasing patterns, click here. I truly appreciate any of your purchases and support!

More Christmas amigurumi to crochet

6in1 Christmas Amigurmi Ebook Mockup (1)

CUTE CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR YOU

I love to give free stuff! And I love to design printables! That’s why once you join our VIP Tribe Vault, there are so many beautiful printables for crocheters and free amigurumi patterns PDFs for you to download. And new content is coming frequently!

All the free stuff is valued at $150+!

free christmas printable gift tags and doll adoption

MATERIALS AND TOOLS

  • DK yarn or worsted weight yarn (Some of my favorite yarns for amigurumi: Lion Brand, Jeans Yarnart, Red Heart)
  • 2.2-2.5mm hook for DK and 3.5-3.75mm for worsted weight yarn (My most used hooks: Tulip, Clover, Furls Crochet)
  • Yarn needle, tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Polyfill
  • Stitch marker
  • Safety eyes or embroidery thread
  • You also can consider getting the whole kit for beginners.

If you want to make bigger sizes of the amigurumi, simply follow this guide or use big yarn threads and hooks.

Amigurumi making material checklist Mockup (1)

This blog post might contain affiliate links, which means if you buy from such links I will have a small commission without changing any amount of money that you need to pay. I only recommend products, services, or applications with which I have used and had excellent experiences.

CLICK HERE TO JUMP TO AMIGURUMI FREE CROCHET INSTRUCTIONS

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ABBREVIATIONS

You might not use all the abbreviations in the amigurumi crochet pattern but I still want to show you all to refer to (US terms).

MR: magic ring

St/Sts: Stitch/Stitches

ss: slip stitch

ch: chain

X/sc: Single crochet

r-X/r-sc: reverse single crochet

T/hdc: half double crochet

F/dc: double crochet

E/tr : Triple crochet

p: Picot stitch (3ch, ss in the first st of the chain)

bo: bobble stitch 

fpsc:  front post single crochet

Crochet basic abbreviations conversions between US term, UK term, chart symbols, universal abbreviation and instruction how to crochet basic stitches

V/inc: Increase (make 2 sc in1 st)

A/dec: Decrease (2sc together)

W/3sc in same st : Increase 3 sc (make 3 sc in 1 st)

TV/hdcinc, FV/dcinc, EV/trinc: Increase with half double crochet, double crochet, and triple crochet

FO: Fasten off

BLO: Back loop only

FLO: Front loop only

DIFFICULTY LEVEL FREE CROCHET POINSETTIA PATTERN

Beginner.

You need to know the basics of crocheting amigurumi to follow this free crochet poinsettia amigurumi ornament pattern.

In case you are new to amigurumi making, check my Ultimate guide to amigurumi for beginners before you start to learn how to make a cute crochet poinsettia doll.

Do you love amigurumi but never try to make them? Or Want to teach somebody to crochet amigurumi but don’t have time? JOIN THIS COURSE

Amigurumi Beginner Ultimate Course Slide

Or do you want to have an exclusive whole-year-special treat for only members?

Crochet Hut Amigurumi Pattern Membership and Library

Thank you for using this pattern online without copying or printing. The free version here is text-only with ads, which brings me some small financial support while you browse the pattern.

It’s an easy and FREE way to support me in designing more free crochet patterns. The PDF version is also available for you if you do not like ads.

Can’t finish the toy in a row? Bookmark it using Grow.Me (Navy button on the bottom right corner of the screen) or Pin it into your favorite Pinterest board.

FREE CROCHET POINSETTIA PATTERN

HEAD  – no sew free crochet poinsettia pattern

To make the head and body of this magical crochet poinsettia flower doll, we start with brown yarn.

1) MR 8sc (8)

2) 8inc (16)

3) (7sc, inc)*2 (18)

4) (2sc, inc)*6 (24)

5) 24sc (24)

6) 8sc, p, 8sc, p, 8sc (24)

7-11) 24sc (24)

12) (2sc, dec)*6 (18)

You can use safety eyes between R9-10. Or skip it if you like to embroider later. 

13) (sc, dec)*6 (12)

14) BLO 6dec (6)

no sew poinsettia pattern

15-16) BLO 6sc (6)

FO. Use the yarn needle to close the opening. 

For the leaves and petals, hold the piece with the top facing you.

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LEAVES  – free crochet poinsettia pattern

Like other no-sew amigurumi designed by Anvisgranny, there is no need to sew if you follow this free crochet poinsettia pattern.

After finishing the head, we will create the leaves. Firstly, we insert green yarn into R14 of the head, crochet front loops only.

Branch: (6ch, 5ss from 2nd loop from hook, 2ss to R14)*6 

After this round, continue to the leaves. You will find this free crochet poinsettia pattern a little bit tricky here but do not worry, just go ahead.

Leaf:  [(2hdc, 2sc, ss on 1 side of the branch), p, (ss, 2sc, 2hdc on the other side of the branch), ss to the middle of 2 branches ]*6 

FO. Hide the yarn tail.

See, it’s not difficult at all, and 1 more thing then you will finish this free crochet poinsettia pattern.

POINSETTIA – free crochet poinsettia pattern

To continue this adorable and unique free crochet poinsettia pattern, you will crochet 2 layers of poinsettia petals.

The technique is similar to how to make poinsettia leaves up there. So enjoy!

Layer 1: Insert yarn into R15, FLO.

Branch: (6ch, 5ss from 2nd loop from hook, ss to R15)*5

Petal:  [(2hdc, 2sc, ss on 1 side of the branch), p, (ss, 2sc, 2hdc on the other side of the branch), ss to the middle of 2 branches ]*5

crochet poinsettia ornament pattern

Layer 2: ss into R16, FLO. 

Branch: (5ch, 4ss from 2nd loop from hook, ss to R16)*5 

Petal:  [(2hdc, sc, ss on 1 side of the branch), p, (ss, sc, 2hdc on the other side of the branch), ss to the middle of 2 branches ]*5

FINISHING – free crochet poinsettia pattern

Congratulation! All the crochet task of this free crochet poinsettia pattern is over.

Let’s decorate your tiny poinsettia crochet ornament!

  • Embroider the face as shown below.
  • Attach a thread to hang this festive poinsettia amigurumi on your Christmas tree or make a cute garland with other Tiny Christmas Ami Friends.

Done!

crochet poinsettia pattern

2023 NO-SEW CHRISTMAS AMI COLLECTION

Crochet Plush Snowflake Pattern
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No-sew poinsettia stuffed ornament crochet pattern

OTHER FREE AMIGURUMI PATTERNS FOR BEGINNERS

I am sure you also love my other cute and easy amigurumi free crochet patterns for beginners. Check them out:

BT21 free patterns

No-sew amigurumi free patterns for beginners

Kawaii Axolotls

Mini Amigurumi

Zodiac animal free amigurumi patterns

Roly-Poly Mystery Free Patterns

Holiday amigurumi free patterns

Amigurumi pattern roundups by topics

Easy free amigurumi patterns for beginners MOCKUP (1)

OUR LATEST BLOGS

It would be great for me if I could see your cute Christmas ornament poinsettia from our crochet poinsettia doll ornament pattern.

Feel free to share your work with me and other crocheters inside my Facebook Group and tag me @anvisgranny anytime you post your photo on social media.

If you like my no-sew, free crochet poinsettia pattern, do not forget to subscribe to my newsletter, and my Youtube Channel to stay updated about new patterns or crochet tips, sales, and other promotions. Be my friend on Pinterest, Instagram, or Facebook.  Any subs, likes, or comments from you mean a lot to me and my small design career!

From Joy with love!

All the copyrights of design, photos, and content belong to Anvi’s Granny Handicrafts. All rights reserved. please DO NOT share, resell partly or entirely, distribute, or publish this pattern in any form.

You are most welcome to share my free patterns on your social media or your blog post with the backlink to this website.

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No-sew free Christmas Pickle Ornament crochet pattern

Free Crochet Christmas Pickle Pattern – No-sew Amigurumi Ornament

Get ready to laugh your way through the holidays with our FREE Pickle Crochet Pattern! Dive into the world of easy crochet pickles, where we promise you won’t need a degree in rocket science to make these adorable Pickle Plushies.

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This free crochet Christmas pickle pattern is so straightforward; even your cat could probably give it a shot (though, we wouldn’t recommend it). We’ll show you how to make a crochet pickle that’s so cute, that it might just steal the spotlight from the rest of your crochet Christmas ornaments.

No-sew crochet pickle ornament

And here’s the best part – no sewing involved! Because who has time for that during the festive chaos? Join us for the easiest Christmas amigurumi for beginners – your tree will thank you for the pickle-tastic upgrade!

How to Crochet a Pinecone ornament

If you are a fan of no-sew or low-sew amigurumi crochet patterns, make sure that you will also try out our quick and easy Christmas amigurumi no-sew crochet ornaments. Let your talent shine this holiday!

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These easy Christmas pickle amigurumi ornament is one of the best mini crochet projects, make a great gift this Christmas season or just for yourself. Ready for the magic of cutie pickles?

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CHRISTMAS PICKLE CROCHET PATTERN PDF

The easy crochet pickle ornament is one of the 2023 Tiny Christmas Ami Friends that will melt your heart: snowflake, Santa pinecone, pickle, poinsettia, and lightbulb.

Among other cute Xmas amigurumi projects like the Christmas crochet tree ornament, or Christmas mushroom elf doll, this no-sew crochet pickle ornament pattern is easy to follow and fun to make.

Click the video below to watch all the Tiny Christmas Ami Friends.

To upgrade your experience with the 2023 Christmas collection, the PDF ebook full of photo tutorials is here for you.

Tiny Christmas Crochet pattern PDF

Or if you want to just support me while browsing this free crochet snowflake ornament pattern without purchasing patterns, click here. I truly appreciate any of your purchases and support!

More Christmas amigurumi to crochet

6in1 Christmas Amigurmi Ebook Mockup (1)

CUTE CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR YOU

I love to give free stuff! And I love to design printables! That’s why once you join our VIP Tribe Vault, there are so many beautiful printables for crocheters and free amigurumi patterns PDFs for you to download. And new content is coming frequently!

All the free stuff is valued at $150+!

free christmas printable gift tags and doll adoption

MATERIALS AND TOOLS

  • DK yarn or worsted weight yarn (Some of my favorite yarns for amigurumi: Lion Brand, Jeans Yarnart, Red Heart)
  • 2.2-2.5mm hook for DK and 3.5-3.75mm for worsted weight yarn (My most used hooks: Tulip, Clover, Furls Crochet)
  • Yarn needle, tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Polyfill
  • Stitch marker
  • Safety eyes or embroidery thread
  • You also can consider getting the whole kit for beginners.

If you want to make bigger sizes of the amigurumi, simply follow this guide or use big yarn threads and hooks.

Amigurumi making material checklist Mockup (1)

This blog post might contain affiliate links, which means if you buy from such links I will have a small commission without changing any amount of money that you need to pay. I only recommend products, services, or applications with which I have used and had excellent experiences.

CLICK HERE TO JUMP TO AMIGURUMI FREE CROCHET INSTRUCTIONS

Love this free crochet Christmas pickle pattern? Save it now

how to make a crochet pickle

ABBREVIATIONS

You might not use all the abbreviations in the amigurumi crochet pattern but I still want to show you all to refer to (US terms).

MR: magic ring

St/Sts: Stitch/Stitches

ss: slip stitch

ch: chain

X/sc: Single crochet

r-X/r-sc: reverse single crochet

T/hdc: half double crochet

F/dc: double crochet

E/tr : Triple crochet

p: Picot stitch (3ch, ss in the first st of the chain)

bo: bobble stitch 

fpsc:  front post single crochet

Crochet basic abbreviations conversions between US term, UK term, chart symbols, universal abbreviation and instruction how to crochet basic stitches

V/inc: Increase (make 2 sc in1 st)

A/dec: Decrease (2sc together)

W/3sc in same st : Increase 3 sc (make 3 sc in 1 st)

TV/hdcinc, FV/dcinc, EV/trinc: Increase with half double crochet, double crochet, and triple crochet

FO: Fasten off

BLO: Back loop only

FLO: Front loop only

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

Beginner. You need to know the basics of crocheting amigurumi to follow this crochet Christmas pickle pattern.

In case you are new to amigurumi making, check my Ultimate guide to amigurumi for beginners before you start to learn how to make a Christmas Pickle Ornament.

Do you love amigurumi but never try to make them? Or Want to teach somebody to crochet amigurumi but don’t have time? JOIN THIS COURSE

Amigurumi Beginner Ultimate Course Slide

Or do you want to have an exclusive whole-year-special treat for only members?

Crochet Hut Amigurumi Pattern Membership and Library

Thank you for using this pattern online without copying or printing. The free version here is text-only with ads, which brings me some small financial support while you browse the pattern.

It’s an easy and FREE way to support me in designing more free crochet patterns. The PDF version is also available for you if you do not like ads.

Can’t finish the toy in a row? Bookmark it using Grow.Me (Navy button on the bottom right corner of the screen) or Pin it into your favorite Pinterest board.

CROCHET CHRISTMAS PICKLE PATTERN FREE

SANTA HAT  – crochet pickle ornament pattern

To make a Santa hat for the easy crochet Christmas pickle, we start with gray yarn (or white yarn).

1) MR 4sc (4)

2) 4inc (8)

3) 8sc (8)

4) 4dec (4)

Change to red yarn

5) (sc, inc)*2 (6)

6-7)  6sc (6)

8) 6inc (12)

9-10) 12sc (12)

11) (sc, inc)*6 (18)

No-sew crochet pickle ornament free tutorial Santa hat

Change to gray (or white) yarn

12) FLO (sc, 2ch)*18 (18)

FO. Cut the yarn and hide the yarn tail. 

GET PREMIUM HERE (DETAILED PHOTOS INCLUDED)

PICKLE BODY  – free pickle crochet pattern

Like other no sew crochet ornaments designed by Anvisgranny, there is no need to sew if you follow exactly this crochet Christmas pickle pattern.

After finishing the Santa hat, we insert the green yarn into BLO – R12 of the hat.

12) BLO (2sc, inc)*6 (24)

13-15) 24sc (24)

16) 17sc, p, 7sc (24)

17) 24sc (24)

18) 10sc, p, 14sc (24)

19) 24sc (24)

20) 16sc, p, 8sc (24)

21) 6sc, 2inc, 10sc, 2dec, 2sc (24) 

You can use safety eyes between R14-15. If you embroider the eyes like me, just skip this step.

22) 14sc, p, 10sc (24)

23) 24sc (24) 

Quick and easy amigurumi pickle crochet tutorial

21) (2sc, dec)*6 (18)

22) (sc, dec)*6 (12)

23) 6dec (6)

FO. Use a yarn needle to close the opening.

FINISHING – how to make an easy crochet pickle

Embroider the face as shown below.

Attach a thread to hang the crochet pickle ornament on your Christmas tree or make a festive garlant.

Enjoy your cute and tiny amigurumi Pickle.

2023 NO-SEW CHRISTMAS AMI COLLECTION

Crochet Plush Snowflake Pattern
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No-sew poinsettia stuffed ornament crochet pattern

OTHER FREE AMIGURUMI PATTERNS FOR BEGINNERS

I am sure you also love my other cute and easy amigurumi free crochet patterns for beginners. Check them out:

BT21 free patterns

No-sew amigurumi free patterns for beginners

Kawaii Axolotls

Mini Amigurumi

Zodiac animal free amigurumi patterns

Roly-Poly Mystery Free Patterns

Holiday amigurumi free patterns

Amigurumi pattern roundups by topics

Easy free amigurumi patterns for beginners MOCKUP (1)

OUR LATEST BLOGS

It would be great for me if I could see your lovely Pickle from our free crochet Christmas pickle pattern. Feel free to share your work with me and other crocheters inside my Facebook Group and tag me @anvisgranny anytime you post your photo on social media.

If you like my mini Christmas amigurumi snowflake, do not forget to subscribe to my newsletter, and my Youtube Channel to stay updated about new patterns or crochet tips, sales, and other promotions. Be my friend on Pinterest, Instagram, or Facebook.  Any subs, likes, or comments from you mean a lot to me and my small design career!

From Joy with love!

All the copyrights of design, photos, and content belong to Anvi’s Granny Handicrafts. All rights reserved. please DO NOT share, resell partly or entirely, distribute, or publish this pattern in any form.

You are most welcome to share my free patterns on your social media or your blog post with the backlink to this website.

anvsigranny copyright stamp

SECURITY ALERT: I only sell my patterns on Etsy, Ravelry, my website, and amigurumi.com. If you get free PDF patterns from somewhere, please delete them immediately. Because there are bad people who use free download patterns with harmful code (malware) to steal your personal information which might lead to your financial loss or a bad reputation. And I have no benefit from those thieves selling my patterns illegally

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No sew Santa pinecone crochet pattern

Santa Crochet Pinecone Pattern Free – No sew Christmas Amigurumi Ornament

Have you ever thought that a crochet Santa Pine Cone Amigurumi could be so cute and easy to make? Hell yes, with this crochet pinecone pattern free tutorial, you will learn how to crochet a pinecone on your own, without the fear of sewing parts together!

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Every year, Christmas is one of the best occasions to unleash your creativity, this year try your hand at my no-sew and quick Christmas decor crochet projects. Among tons of pine cone ornament ideas that you can find on the internet, I hope my crochet pinecone pattern free instruction will win your heart!

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Being designed as an absolute beginner amigurumi, like our other free Christmas ornament crochet patterns, this easy crochet Santa Pine Cone pattern free is so easy to follow and you can effortlessly craft a charming pine cone ornament.

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Too busy for crocheting Christmas ornaments? I got it. Fortunately, no-sew is required for this kawaii and mini amigurumi pattern, ensuring that even the busiest crocheter can create beautiful and festive decorations.

Are you ready to embrace the spirit of the season by making your unique ornaments and infusing your home with a personalized touch of holiday magic?

How to Crochet a Pinecone ornament

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Making amigurumi is so fun and magical, especially when you can transform your space into a winter wonderland with the charm of our amigurumi “Santa Pine Cone.” Perfect for amigurumi beginners, this quick Christmas decor crochet project brings joy and whimsy to your seasonal celebrations.

pine cone crochet free pattern

CROCHET SNOWFLAKE AMIGURUMI PDF

This kawaii crochet pinecone Santa amigurumi t is one of the 2023 Tiny Christmas Ami Friends: snowflake, pickle, poinsettia and lightbulb. Among other cute Xmas amigurumi projects like the Christmas crochet mitten, or Chrismas crochet bell, it’s a little bit tricky to crochet the scales. But the crochet pinecone pattern free is still perfect for beginners.

To upgrade your experience from this crochet pinecone pattern free, the Tiny Christmas PDF ebook full of photo tutorials is here for you.

Tiny Christmas Crochet pattern PDF

Or if you want to just support me while browsing this crochet pinecone pattern free without purchasing patterns, click here. I truly appreciate any of your purchases and support!

More Christmas amigurumi to crochet

6in1 Christmas Amigurmi Ebook Mockup (1)

CUTE CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR YOU

I love to give free stuff! And I love to design printables! That’s why once you join our VIP Tribe Vault, there are so many beautiful printables for crocheters and free amigurumi patterns PDFs for you to download. And new content is coming frequently!

All the free stuff is valued at $150+!

free christmas printable gift tags and doll adoption

MATERIALS AND TOOLS

  • DK yarn or worsted weight yarn (Some of my favorite yarns for amigurumi: Lion Brand, Jeans Yarnart, Red Heart)
  • 2.2-2.5mm hook for DK and 3.5-3.75mm for worsted weight yarn (My most used hooks: Tulip, Clover, Furls Crochet)
  • Yarn needle, tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Polyfill
  • Stitch marker
  • Safety eyes or embroidery thread
  • You also can consider getting the whole kit for beginners.

If you want to make bigger sizes of the amigurumi, simply follow this guide or use big yarn threads and hooks.

Amigurumi making material checklist Mockup (1)

This blog post might contain affiliate links, which means if you buy from such links I will have a small commission without changing any amount of money that you need to pay. I only recommend products, services, or applications with which I have used and had excellent experiences.

CLICK HERE TO JUMP TO AMIGURUMI FREE CROCHET INSTRUCTIONS

Love this Christmas crochet pinecone pattern free? Save it now

pine cone crochet pattern FREE

ABBREVIATIONS

You might not use all the abbreviations in the amigurumi crochet pattern but I still want to show you all to refer to (US terms).

MR: magic ring

St/Sts: Stitch/Stitches

ss: slip stitch

ch: chain

X/sc: Single crochet

r-X/r-sc: reverse single crochet

T/hdc: half double crochet

F/dc: double crochet

E/tr : Triple crochet

p: Picot stitch (3ch, ss in the first st of the chain)

bo: bobble stitch 

fpsc:  front post single crochet

Crochet basic abbreviations conversions between US term, UK term, chart symbols, universal abbreviation and instruction how to crochet basic stitches

V/inc: Increase (make 2 sc in1 st)

A/dec: Decrease (2sc together)

W/3sc in same st : Increase 3 sc (make 3 sc in 1 st)

TV/hdcinc, FV/dcinc, EV/trinc: Increase with half double crochet, double crochet, and triple crochet

FO: Fasten off

BLO: Back loop only

FLO: Front loop only

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

Beginner. You need to know the basics of crocheting amigurumi.

In case you are new to amigurumi, check my Ultimate guide to amigurumi for beginners before you start to follow my patterns.

Do you love amigurumi but never try to make them? Or Want to teach somebody to crochet amigurumi but don’t have time? JOIN THIS COURSE

Amigurumi Beginner Ultimate Course Slide

Or do you want to have an exclusive whole-year-special treat for only members?

Crochet Hut Amigurumi Pattern Membership and Library

Do you love amigurumi but never try to make them? Or Want to teach somebody to crochet amigurumi but don’t have time? JOIN THIS COURSE

Amigurumi Beginner Ultimate Course Slide

Or do you want to have an exclusive whole-year-special treat for only members?

Crochet Hut Amigurumi Pattern Membership and Library

Thank you for using this pattern online without copying or printing. The free version here is text-only with ads, which brings me some small financial support while you browse the pattern.

It’s an easy and FREE way to support me in designing more free crochet patterns. The PDF version is also available for you if you do not like ads.

Can’t finish the toy in a row? Bookmark it using Grow.Me (Navy button on the bottom right corner of the screen) or Pin it into your favorite Pinterest board.

CROCHET PINECONE PATTERN FREE

BODY and HEAD  – crochet pinecone pattern free

We will start with red yarn for the free pine cone amigurumi’s head and body.

1) MR 8sc (8)

2) 8inc (16)

3) (7sc, inc)*2 (18)

4) (2sc, inc)*6 (24)

Change to black yarn.

5) 24sc (24)

Change back to red yarn.

6) 8sc, p, 8sc, p, 8sc (24)

7-10) 24sc (24)

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CONE  – Crochet pinecone pattern free

Brown yarn

Insert yarn in R10. 

11-12) BLO 24sc (24)

13) BLO (2sc, dec)*6 (18)

14) BLO 18sc (18)

15) BLO (sc, dec)*6 (12)

16) BLO 12sc (12)

17) BLO 6dec (6)

Santa Pine Cone crochet step-by-step

SCALES – crochet pinecone pattern free

Brown yarn

How to do dcdec: in this crochet pinecone pattern free tutorial, we will use the special stitch of double crochet decrease. First, unfinished dc in same st with first 2ch, next unfinished dc in next st, then join 2 unfinished dc together and form a dcdec.

Turn, and hold the cone with the top facing you. 

FLO from R17 to R11 (2ch, dcdec, 2ch, ss in same st, ss to next st) around. 

FO. Hide the yarn tail.

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FINISHING – crochet pinecone pattern free

Embroider the face and belt.

Attach a thread to hang the crochet Santa pinecone ornament on your tree or make a garlant.

Enjoy your cute and tiny amigurumi pinecone.

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Crochet Snowflake Amigurumi Ornament Free Pattern

Let’s discover the magic of the season with our beginner-friendly and no-sew crochet snowflake amigurumi ornament free pattern for Christmas. I designed this pattern while observing the first snowfall ever in my life in one small Himalayan village. And he is super cute, ha?

crochet snowflake tutorial for beginners

How long does it take to crochet a snowflake? No worries, this mini crochet stuffed ornament will take less than 1 hour with our simple free crochet snowflake pattern.

This little crochet plush snowflake pattern will help you to create cute Christmas snowflake ornaments effortlessly with no sewing requirement.

Simple crochet snowflake free amigurumi ornament pattern

The joy of this project lies in its simplicity – a perfect choice for beginners seeking a rewarding and festive DIY experience.

crochet stuffed snowflake free pattern

So, grab your crochet hook, and let’s get started on a journey to make your own easy Christmas stuffed amigurumi snowflake, and maybe other Christmas ornaments.

Quick and Easy easy snowflake crochet pattern

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These mini and easy Christmas snowflake amigurumi ornament is a great gift this Christmas season or just for yourself. Ready for the magic of snowflakes?

No-sew snowflake crochet free pattern

CROCHET SNOWFLAKE AMIGURUMI PDF

The lovely crochet snowflake ornament is one of the 2023 Tiny Christmas Ami Friends: snowflake, Santa pinecone, pickle, poinsettia, and lightbulb.

Among other cute Xmas amigurumi projects like the Christmas crochet mitten, or Chrismas crochet bell, this crochet snowflake free pattern is quite easy to wrap up.

To upgrade your experience with the 2023 Christmas collection, the PDF ebook with full of photo tutorials is here for you.

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