CAL: Toothless Amigurumi Part 3 – triangular fins at the side of the head

Today, we finally continue with our toothless-cal. What we will do is triangular fins at the side of the head: Start the first fin counting 8 stitches down from the right horn and then go back two rounds R: crochet 5 single crochets directly to the head, then turn your work by 180 degrees and …

Free Crochet Pattern: Baby Pegasus or winged Unicorn Amigurumi

I did not really plan to publish a pattern for the little sidekick I made for my entry to last years amigurumi design contest, but then, some of you asked me how to do the little baby Pegasus. Some others searched via Google for a Pegasus pattern. Of course I am very happy to see, …

Free Crochet Pattern: Children’s Cat Pillow Pixelgraph (C2C Crochet)

I have been thinking about crocheting motives for some time already. I made a blanket for my son once. It is made with dc only and it was quite hard to do the color changes neatly. In fact, it wasn’t really possible and so the blanket ended up in the cupboard most of the time. …

Photo-Tutorial: How to embroider big comic eyes for masculin amigurumi dolls

Photo-Tutorial: How to embroider big comic eyes for masculin amigurumi dolls

The more amigurumi dolls I do the more I think that the eyes are one of the most crucial elements. Safety eyes are perfect for your first amigurumis as they give some live to your dolls instantly. But as you advance your crochet techniques you might feel that you would like to give your amigurumi …