Soft and Different Amigurumi Crochet Pattern Ideas
Even as a child, I was fascinated by the stuffed crochet dolls that were in my mother’s Annie’s Attic magazines. I was dying to learn how to crochet them, but learning to crochet left-handed proved too difficult for my seven-year-old self. So when I decided to try again almost 30 years later, I knew exactly what I wanted to do. And the perfectionist in me wanted to do my best.
I hear so many people say that they are too intimidated to try amigurumi, that they are afraid of how it will turn out, that it will be too difficult to follow the pattern. I promise you it’s SO easy. So I put together a list of tips and tricks that I have used over the years to improve my friend.
Daisy The Flower Elf Doll Amigurumi Crochet Pattern
This model is written using U.S. terminology and is worked in full rounds unless otherwise noted. I recommend always marking the beginning of each round using a stitch marker.
If it is made of the materials described, the doll will be about 12 cm / 4.7 inches high from the top of the head to the fingertips.
DK yarn (I used DROPS ♥ You # 8 for sand, apricot (and old pink for embroidery) and DROPS Paris in white and forest green. One ball of each color should suffice.
Crochet hook (I used 3 mm).
8 mm protective eyes
Black embroidery thread
Embroidery / tapestry needle