Dear users, dear authors,
stuffed animals and amigurumi are fun to crochet / knit or sew and you can never have to many. They are also great as a gift. Try new patterns, you can find them here or in the shop.
please present your patterns for stuffed animals and amigurumi using a nice pic, a link and text for each pattern. Information about further required materials, techniques, level of difficulty
and what's special about the pattern have to be written down. All the best for you.
Meet fluffy and soft amigurumi sheep! The pattern is very detailed. It comes with easy to follow written instructions and photo tutorial. The photo tutorial contains helpful step-by-step pictures to make the project as easy to follow as possible..
Schachenmayr Tabby 109yrd/50 gr, Bulky / 12 ply (7 wpi) in yellow or color you like, Schachenmayr Cotton Time 96yrd/50 g, Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) in cream or natur and a bit of yellow or color you like, crochet hook E, 2 black beads or a pair of safety eyes (diameter 7 mm), Polyester fiber fill stuffing, yarn needle.
Iluq the Polar Bear features an interesting cable pattern on his body. The cables are not only fun to knit but make Iluq really stand out from the polar bear crowd. (Neverteheless – if you don't like knitting cables, I threw in the pattern for a "naked" bear as well). With his 42 cm (approx 16 inches) Iluq has the perfect size for cuddling with his new human friend!
Oh yes, Napoleon the Krill thinks he is the greatest. And yes, in a certein way he ist: Without him and his billions of trillions cousins, there would be no life in the oceans. (But don't tell him, he really dislikes being regarded as the starter of the food chain ;-))
Nopoleon is a quick and fun knit and a perfect present for all of your friends with a rather quirky taste. And, just by the way, he makes a good brooch. Don't tell him either!
Have fun with your personal megalomaniac!
Roald is a very special emperor penguin – he loves travelling. And I guess it's in his genes: All his forebears had an intrepid mind, one even went to the south pole with Roald Amundsen – hence the nam. All firstborn in Roalds extended family are namend Roald. Never mind if it's a boy or a girl ;-)
Roald is a rather quick knit and perfectly suited to get you first contact with short rows. It's all explained in detail!
And here comes the last one of my arctic (and antarctic) friends: Akiak the Walrus. Despite his fearsome teeth, he is a rather unhurried fellow. Snuggled into his cosy pullover (which is only for show – his blubber keeps him warm enough) he dozes away most of the day ...
Akiak is not an easy knit, but not too difficult either. His body is formed with short rows knitted in the round, which sounds more difficult then it actally is. Advanced knitters will love him, and he makes a perfect gift for kids (and grown ups) looking for more unusual compagnions.