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Image for Pattern: Mimikyu - Free amigurumi pattern

Mimikyu - Free amigurumi pattern

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Have you ever wanted to crochet a Mimikyu Pokémon since Sun and Moon came out? If so, then you are in luck! In this post, there is free instructions for making yourself a Mimikyu amigurumi. He is a cute Pokémon that just wants to be loved by humans the way Pikachu is. Unfortunately, the poor fella’s true appearance can cause severe illness or even be fatal. He even becomes aggressive if you try to look under the cloak. This pattern is perfect for beginners who want to learn how to crochet this adorable character! Be warned there is a decent amount of sewing for this, which I know can be a turn away from some people. But the attachment of the pieces does not have to be perfect, it will just add to the home made costume appearance. Trust me the end result will be worth it! You can make this adorable little guy for yourself or as an awesome gift for someone else.
Image for Pattern: Piplup - Free amigurumi pattern

Piplup - Free amigurumi pattern

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Piplup is the water starter type Pokémon in the third generation of the series (Sinnoh region). He is a cute little penguin, This little guy would have been my first choice as the starter option and is the choice of many fans. Now is your chance to create this cute starter, for that Pokemon fan in your life or for your self! This post will take you through the process in crocheting to make an amigurumi Piplup.
Image for Pattern: Axolotl - Amigurumi pattern

Axolotl - Amigurumi pattern

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When I first saw an axolotl it was in Minecraft, I thought the game just made them up. I was floored to find out they are real, and their real life counter parts are even more cute! I knew right away that they would be perfect for a crochet pattern. I create this pattern looking at images of them on the internet. In addition, I posted asking if people would be interested in the pattern for them once I had on made and come to find out people have them as pets! This pattern has many options from the gills to the feet, making it easier for a beginner. You will love this easy amigurumi pattern for how to crochet an axolotl. This project is great for beginners and can be completed in about 3 hours. What are you waiting for?
Image for Pattern: Cyndaquil - Free amigurumi pattern

Cyndaquil - Free amigurumi pattern

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Hey there! If you are like me, then you grew up playing the Pokémon games and watched the television series. I thought I would share a pattern that I created that brings one of my favorite Pokémon characters to life: Cyndaquil, who is one of the three starter Pokémon that trainers can choose from in Pokémon Gold and Silver (two of my personal favorites in the series). This character pattern is fun to make and it is a great way to practice your crochet techniques. I have added some options when adding the fire. It is time to crochet 'em all!
Image for Pattern: Squirtle - Free amigurumi pattern

Squirtle - Free amigurumi pattern

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Squirtle is one of the original Pokémon in the series, from Red and Blue. He is a turtle with a hard shell, who shoots water out of his mouth with surprising force. If you or the Pokémon fanatic in your life have ever wanted to own a Squirtle from Pokémon, this is the place for you! This post will take you through the process in crocheting to make an amigurumi Squirtle. I honestly always chose Charmander because he was fire type, but as I got older I learned I appreciate this amphibian. I still remember watching the show when I was little, seeing the Squirtle Squad and thinking how cool they were.
Image for Pattern: Mudkip - Free amigurumi pattern

Mudkip - Free amigurumi pattern

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Mudkip is one of the most popular starter Pokémon to come out, and how could he not be with how cute he is. This little water-type starter was introduced in Hoenn region / generation 3 of the show and games. This mudskipper is even now a fan favourite whether it is from the show, games, or even its large amount of memes made of him. In this post, I will show you how to make your own Mudkip amigurumi for that Pokémon fanatic in your life. This pattern is beginner-friendly, As long as you know how to colour change.
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Ribbed Hat Pattern

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This hat is made with a crochet ribbing pattern that produces a stretchy and comfortable fit. You can customize the brim style, color, and stripe pattern to make this hat your very own! I have a new appreciation for people that make clothing from crocheting. This hat took me longer that any stuffed animal character I have made or even wrote myself.
Image for Pattern: Mr. and Mrs. Claus Boots Pattern

Mr. and Mrs. Claus Boots Pattern

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This is a tradition that I grew up with and perhaps could become a part of other peoples traditions, within there family. Growing up my grandma has these knitted stocking boots that she would hang on the Christmas tree. She would put little chocolate Santa's in them and any time friends or family would come over they could get a chocolate Santa from the tree to enjoy a small treat. I would get one after school or after dinner. My kids really scored, when we would visit. By this time, my grandma had upgrade the chocolate Santa’s to Toblerone mini chocolate bars. Theses boots below are slightly different then then ones my grandma had, but the concept is still the same.
Image for Pattern: Kirby - Free amigurumi pattern

Kirby - Free amigurumi pattern

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What do you get when a game developer takes the idea of a vacuum cleaner, makes it pink and round, and gives it the ability to suck up enemies and steal their powers? One of the most adorable video game characters ever created: Kirby! This little guy has been delightfully inhaling bad guys since 1992. He has been in more than 20 games for Nintendo consoles. Kirby is a character who embodies joy and innocence in the games that he stars in. He lives in Dream Land, which is located on Planet Pop Star. This pink puffball with his trademark grin on his face was a cute pattern to make. If you grew up playing these games or you have an avid gamer your trying to find a gift for. Kirby is the perfect option. With how simple this pattern is, it is an easy pattern for people just trying to get into crocheting.
Image for Pattern: Pikachu - Free amigurumi pattern

Pikachu - Free amigurumi pattern

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Pokémon is one of the biggest video game franchises in history, and it has created a wide array of memorable characters over the years that people really love to collect. One of Pokémon’s most popular is Pikachu! This adorable little electric mouse is popular among all ages and genders. I even had a soft spot for him because of the shows. When I got a chance to play and have a Pikachu I never would evolve him. In this post, I will show you how to make your own Pikachu amigurumi. This pattern is not only easy to follow but also beginner-friendly!
Image for Pattern: Pikachu in a Mimikyu Costume

Pikachu in a Mimikyu Costume

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Are you a Pokémon fan and a lover of the spooky time of year? Then this crochet pattern is the perfect fall project for you! This is pattern is a fan favourite in a costume of a Mimikyu, which normally copies Pikachu’s appearance. With his costume on, he is ready to trick-or-treat. In this post, I will show you how to make your own Pikachu in a Mimikyu costume amigurumi. This pattern is easy to follow but can be tricky on the assembly!