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  1. Crocheters Creed

    Moogle from Final Fantasy

    Its been a lonnnggg time but I just recently made a tutorial on my channel.....the Moogle from Final Fantasy!!!! I always thought it was such an adorable little thing. I hope you guys enjoy!!!!!
  2. Iris.F


  3. ZeroJinx

    Froot Loops plush

    Pattern available: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/froot-loops
  4. ZeroJinx

    Baphomet plush

    PDF pattern is available: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/baphomet If you do happen you purchase my pattern I'd love to see how your critters turn out.
  5. Iris.F


  6. Iris.F


  7. I have been crocheting for quite some time now but every now and then I still need to look up for example how many times I have to yarn over for a specific stitch. Mostly, because I work German and English patterns and I just get confused with the names. That's why I wrote the free Alexa Skill My Stitchionary This skill quickly reminds you how to work a given stitch. It even knows the most common abbreviations of stitches in various languages and tells you it's according name in English. This saves yourself the hassle of searching for the term, reading through lengthy articles for beginners and searching long videos just to find the relevant ten seconds. I have also started doing Amigurumi but I got tired of counting the stitches. Especially, when it's time to increase or decrease the number of stitches evenly. That's why I wrote this free Alexa Skill Stitch Counter I prefer this over a stitch marker because in small rounds it annoys me to take it out and place it newly and sometimes I simply forget to place it. With Alexa you can count hands free without needing to stop crocheting. I hope you like it. Feedback is very much appreciated!
  8. Iris.F


  9. Iris.F

    Amigurumi Koala

  10. Iris.F

    Ice Cream

  11. Iris.F

    Amigurumi Penguin

  12. On this pattern I am using it says to change to the jumper yarn colour and to dc into each stitch to the end 12 stiches. Now the problem I have with this is that the head of the animal still seems to have a hole where the stuffing is? It doesn’t say anywhere in the pattern how big the hole should be and if it should be closed up and then it says to work an uncounted round of slip stitches? What does this mean? Also my dc2tog seems to have a flatter shape the the top half of the head which is all increasing stiches the head appears to be a basic ball pattern on the pattern it also says it it crocheted in one peice from head to toe. I’m finding this pattern rather difficult as I’m still a beginner, I know the basic stiches double and treble crochet and stitch2together and I’m familiar with slip stich but am still relitively new to half treble crochet can anyone help me on this ?
  13. Iris.F

    Crochet Hippo

  14. Little pea crochet

    Free bumble bee keychain pattern

  15. Does anyone know where I can find the original pattern for this Elvis doll please?
  16. Iris.F

    Crochet Wolf

  17. Yew Nguyen

    Amigurumi patterns

    Estrella doll Sweet oddy- peacock Doll Madelenon Eric fox Foxy Raccoon X mas doll
  18. Hello, I am still slightly new to Amigurumi, and most of the patterns I have been dealing with use a magic circle, until deciding to make this Snorlax. The very first line of the pattern confuses me. Ch 30, SC 28 from 2nd ch from hook, 3 SC in next Ch [at this part I just continued around and crocheted the other side of the chain, is that correct?] SC 27, 2 SC in last ch, SL ST [which I didn’t slip stitch, either, because I wasn’t sure where to slip stitch to]. So you can look at the whole thing: and http://www.miahandcrafter.com/atelier/snorlax-pattern/ Also, would it be possible to just begin this by SC 60 in a magic circle and then continueing onward from there? Thanks for your help 🙂 Attached is a photo of what I have after the first row, before slip stitching
  19. louiesloops

    Amigurumi Bat Finger Puppet

    Hey guys! I just released this pattern for a tiny finger puppet bat that I thought you guys would enjoy! It has a PDF and a video tutorial for it! Hope you enjoy! Pattern link: http://www.clubcrochet.com/bat -Louie
  20. Caitlin Moore

    Itty Bitty Kitty

    I've released another free pattern! This one is for all the cat lovers out there. It works up really quickly and is great for beginners. Pattern can be found here
  21. Roseline

    I dont understand.

    Hello, I'm looking for help in understanding a line in the amigurumi crochet pattern I am working on. The line reads 15 sc, ch 7, [sc] across the chs, sc in the next st, 14 sc, [sc, dec] six times (48) Can you please help me make sense of it? I have linked the pattern here. Thank you
  22. Caitlin Moore

    Momo and Appa | Last Airbender

    Momo and Appa are lovable characters from the animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender. You can find a pattern for both of them here! https://thoresbycottage.com/2018/05/07/free-crochet-momo-pattern/
  23. goodtaste

    Snuggles the Bear

    Hi Everyone! I have a new free pattern for those of you who love to crochet toys. It's a sweet little bear named Snuggles. here is where you will find the pattern: http://funmigurumiandkidsstuff.blogspot.com/2018/08/snuggles-bear.html#.W3I7Tc5KjIU