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1  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Dino Ball on: June 12, 2009 04:33:56 PM
Here is my latest creation, just whipped together a pattern for this and absolutely love how it turned out!!





2  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Owlets and Frogs (large image heavy) on: May 31, 2009 06:45:48 PM
Here are some owlets and frogs I have made recently.  They are by Brigette Read and she has them free on her blog Roman Sock  - http://littlegreen.typepad.com/romansock/

These guys are so easy and so adorable!!!





3  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / My little Pig (large images) - pattern included on: May 25, 2009 05:46:55 PM
I created this little guy a little while ago but wanted to share him with you all. He is a pattern I created. I put magnets on his back and around his chubby sides so that he could sit on a co-workers desk and collect paper clips. Enjoy, I am including his pattern at the bottom of the photo.





This is one of the first patterns I created in the Amigurumi Style.
Please let me know if there are any errors! Thanks


Pattern (edited 5/26/09 to make some corrections)
Materials:
E hook
pink worsted yarn
9mm safety eyes
tapestry needle for sewing

Abbreviations:
invdec - invisible decrease (pick up the front two loops then yarn over(yo)pulling thru both, yo again and pull thru two loops on hook)
yo - yarn over
sc - single crochet
inc - increase (2 sc in each st)
st - stitch
FO - Finish Object (usually decreasing or pulling together the last few stitches to close hole)
sl st - slip stitch

Directions

Body
magic circle 8
inc around (16)
1 sc, inc, repeat around (24)
2 sc, inc, repeat around (32)
3 sc, inc, repeat around (40)
4 sc, inc, repeat around (48)
10 rows sc around
4 sc, invdec, repeat around
3 sc, invdec, repeat around------------Put in eyes
stuff firmly but not stretching the stitches
2 sc, invdec, repeat around
1 sc, invdec, repeat around
FO


Ears
magic circle 4
inc around
1 sc, inc, repeat around
2 sc, inc, repeat around
3 sc, inc, repeat around
FO
Leave long tail for sewing(fold in half & shape to sew on)


Tail
Chain 11
Turn
Sc the row
FO
Leave long tail for sewing(tail curls on own but may need shaping)


Snout
magic circle 8
inc around
2 rows sc around
stuff lightly
FO
Leave long tail for sewing


Feet (optional, make 4)
magic circle 8
inc around
2 rows sc around
stuff lightly
FO
Leave long tail for sewing


Assemble body using picture as a reference.


Lori from (http://onpinsneedles.blogspot.com/) made a little pig from my pattern, she added the feet

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