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Free Crochet Pattern: chubby striped bear amigurumi (and bunny!)

Alright, time for a new crochet pattern! This time it’s for this cute little striped bear, which is actually a revamp of an old pattern from maybe 5 years ago.

Unfortunately I can’t find any pictures of it, but this new version is way cuter anyway!!

I made 2 different critters with this pattern & they’re identical except for color changes and the ears. Let’s get started!

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Alien Pattern

Because I really like aliens but couldnt find a good pattern :^)

Unfortunately I dont have pictures of the construction, sorry!

IMPORTANT NOTE: this pattern has not yet been tested. If you find any errors, or anything thats difficult to understand, please contact me!

IMPORTANT NOTE 2: The hdc’s in the neck are meant to make the back of the neck taller than the front. Your stitches may not line up exactly the same way mine did, but the 2 hdc should be in the back. This allowed the neck to connect to the back of the head, rather than the chin.





Head:

MR6

[inc] around(12)

[sc] around(12)

[sc, inc] around(18)

[sc] around(18)

[2sc, inc] around(24)

[sc] around(24)

[3sc, inc] around(30)

[sc] around(30)

[4sc, inc] around(36)

[sc] around for the next 7 rounds

Begin stuffing head. You can also add safety eyes, embroider eyes, or sew on eyes now.

 [4sc,dec] around(30)

 [3sc, dec] around(24)

[2sc,dec] around(18)

 [sc, dec] around(12)

 [dec] around(6)

Feet+Legs:

Ch7

Sk first chain, sc around the chain(14)

[sc, inc] around(21)

Sc6, dec5, sc5(16)

Sc4, dec4, sc4(12)

Sc3, dec3, sc3(9)

[sc, dec] around(6)

[sc] around for 28 rows, FO on first leg, but LEAVE SECOND LEG ATTACHED. Join legs. You should have 12 stitches.

Body:

[sc] around for 10 rows(12)

Stuff body

 [sc, inc] around(18)

 [sc] around for 10 rows

 [sc, dec] around(12)

[sc, dec] around(9)

[sc, dec] around(6)

[sc] around for 4 rows

I added two hdc on the back of the neck, but this is optional, depending on how you want the head to sit. If you skip the hdc, the chin will sit directly on the neck, but with the hdc, the neck will connect to the back of the head.

Arms:

MR 6

[sc] around(6)

[sc, inc] around(9)

Sc around for 3 rows

7) [sc,dec] around(6)

8) [sc] around for 15 rows

22) hdc, sc4, hdc(6)

23) hdc, FO

Thumb:

MR 4

Sc around for 2 rows

FO

Rubber Duck Amigurumi Pattern

This little guy takes an uninterrupted twenty minutes to make!

Materials I Used:

Yellow Acrylic Yarn
Orange Acrylic Yarn
6mm Safety Eyes
Yarn Needle
Polyfil Stuffing
4.25mm Hook


Instructions:


Head

Magic ring, sc6
Inc (2sc in same sc)12
Sc, inc 18
Sc2, inc 24
Sc3, inc 30
Sc30 around (4 times)
Sc3, dec (invisible decrease: see below for info) 24
Sc2, dec18
Sc1, dec12
Fo, do not sew close.


Body

Magic ring, sc6
Inc 12
Sc, inc 18
Sc2, inc24
Sc3, inc 30
Sc4, inc 36
Sc5, inc 42
Sc42 around (4 times)
Sc5, dec 36
Sc4, dec 30
Sc3, dec 24
Sc2, dec 18
Sc, dec 12
Stuff, Dec to close.


Tail

Magic ring, sc4
Sc4 around
Inc 8
Sc8 around
Sc, inc 12
Sc12 around
Fo


Bill

Magic Ring, sc5
Inc 10
Sc10 around (2 times)
Fo, sew edges together


Invisible descrease: hook through one sc, then hook through second sc, yo, pull through both sc, then yo, pull through remaining 2 loops on hook


If you have any questions send me a message!

I am feeling very honored, that so many crocheters like my socks. I was asked for the pattern. But unfortunately i made them freestyle. To make you happy and to thank you for your compliments I tried to write down what I did. So here is my first own pattern (without to many mistakes I hope).

Note:

- I used a 5mm hook. In UK it is a 6 and in US it is a 8/H
- My footsize is 38 (or 7,5 US)
- I used one skein of Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable, Color Stained Glass for both socks
- I crochet tight

Toes and length of the foot are crocheted in rounds. Not continious rounds but rather like this:

Join last and first stitch of the round with a sl st. Chain 1, sc (toe) or hdc (footlength) in same stitch and then continue to crochet sc or hdc. Repeat joining every round.

TOE:

- Start with a magic ring with 7 sc
- Increase every sc (=14)
- Increase every sc like this

sc sc sc sc sc sc sc
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
sc hdc dc dc dc hdc sc
sc hdc dc dc dc hdc sc (=28)

- Increase No. 5 and 24 (=30)
- Increase No. 6 and 25 (=32)
- Increase No. 5 and 28 (=34)
- Crochet a last round 34 sc

LENGTH:

- Go on with 34 hdc
- Repeat 21 times
- End with sl st in first stitch of the round

HEEL:

- Chain 1, skip next stitch, sc, sl st, turn (=1sc)
- Chain 1, increase sc, sl st, turn (=2sc)
- Chain 1, increase every sc, sl st, turn (=4sc)
- Chain 1, increase first and last sc, sl st, turn (=6sc)
- Repeat, until you reached 18sc, sl st, turn
- Chain 1, sc in every sc, sl st, turn (=18sc)
- Repeat, until you have 16 stitches on the footlength left (16 + 18 = 34 stitches)
- Then do 9 sl st to the middle of the heel
- Chain 1, hdc in same stitch, 33 hdc (=34), sl st in first stitch of the round
- Chain 1, Decrease 2 hdc (=32), sl st
- Cut yarn, but leave enough to sew foot and leg together

LEG:

- Chain 31 (Attention: following sc in the bumps of the back of the crocheted chain)
- Sc in No. 30, 29 sc (=30)
- Chain 1, 30 sc in backloops only
- Repeat 43 times
- Turn your work and sew beginning chain with the last round together
- Make a little sc border like this: Chain 1, sc in same stitch, 2 sc in next stitch, repeat 1 sc / 2 sc until you reach the first sc (=33sc)
- Finish with sl st in first stitch of the round
- Cut yarn and sew it in

JOIN FOOT AND LEG:

Turn foot and leg inside out, connect both, sew yarn ends in. Turn outside in, finished. :)

Pattern Correction - Hey guys, just realized there was a mistake in my pattern for Neko Atsume Dottie. Sorry about that and here are the updated directions :)

Dottie by Tamigurumi (corrected 7:15 pm, 1/12/16)

Please enjoy this pattern for your personal use only, not for resale. If you share this pattern, I ask that you link back to my post. Please do not copy pattern or photos and claim as your own. If you have any questions, feel free to message me :)

Bucket:

Row 1:   6 sc in MR (6 st)

Row 2:   2sc in each st (12 st)

Row 3:   1 sc, 2sc in same st, repeat (18 st)

Row 4:   1 sc (blo) in each stitch (18 st)

Row 5:   Sc around (18 st)

Row 6:   Sc around making 2 increases anywhere in the row (20 st)

Row 7-8:   Sc around (20 st)

Row 9:  Sc around making 2 increases anywhere in the row (22 st)

Row 10-11:  Sc around (22 st)

Row 12:  Sc around making 2 increases anywhere in the row (24st)

Row 13-14:  Sc around (24 st)

Row 15: Sc around (flo) making 2 increases anywhere in row (26 st)

Row 16: Sl st around and join to first stitch from last round. Fasten off, leaving a yarn tail long enough to attach head to bucket.

Head:

Row 1: 6 sc in MR (2)

Row 2:   2sc in each st (12 st)

Row 3:   1 sc, 2sc in same st, repeat (18 st)

Row 4:   1 sc, 1sc, 2sc in same st, repeat (24 st)

Row 5-7:   Sc around (24st)

If using safety eyes, place them in head now. If using beads for eyes, you can sew them on after the head is finished.

Row 8:  1 sc, 1 sc, decrease, repeat (18 st)

Row 9: Sc around (18 st)

Row 10: 1 sc , decrease, repeat (12 st)

Row 11: Decrease 6 times.

Fasten off, stuff head with poly fill and sew closed.

Bucket Handle:

Chain about 22, turn and slip stitch in each chain.

Assembly:

Stuff bucket with poly-fill and poly-beads (for weight) and then whipstitch head over the top of bucket. Sew handle onto bucket. Crochet two small triangles for ears and attach to top of head. Using black yarn or embroidery thread embroider nose and mouth.

Dragonair Crochet Pattern

Hi all!  I got some requests for the pattern for Dragonair - in my opinion, it’s one of the nicest amigurumis I’ve made, and maybe one of the nicer Dragonairs I’ve seen on the internet!  The body is a bit complicated, but hopefully if you’re familiar with crochet I’ll be able to walk you through it - you can always send asks if you’re confused!  For this ami, I used a 3mm crochet hook, and all the yarn was scrap yarn, but it’s about the weight of Red Heart Super Saver.  If anyone uses this pattern, please link back to my page, don’t sell things you’ve made with this pattern, and also send me a picture!  I’d love to see what people do!  PS sorry for the kinda ugly WIP pictures - I made this a long time ago! PS check out here for more ref pictures (slash some redundant ones ^_^’). 

Head:

  • 6 sc in a magic circle
  • inc 6x to make 12 stitches
  • 1 sc, inc 6x to make 18 stitches
  • 2 sc, inc 6x to make 24 stitches
  • 3 sc, inc 6x to make 30 stitches
  • 4 sc, inc 6x to make 36 stitches
  • 5 sc, inc 6x to make 42 stitches
  • 5 rows of 42 stitches
  • 4 sc, dec 6x to make 30 stitches
  • 3 sc, dec 6x to make 24 stitches
  • add eyes - I used 12mm safety eyes, and placed them pretty far apart as dragonair will have a relatively fat snout
  • 2 sc, dec 6x to make 18 stitches
  • 1 sc, dec 6x to make 12 stitches
  • 6 dec to make 6 stitches
  • close off w more decreases

snout:

  • 6 sc in a magic circle
  • increase 6x to make 12 stitches
  • 1 sc, inc 6x to make 18 stitches
  • 2 rows of 18 stitches

wings (not the best picture, they’re easier to see on final products:

  • 6 sc in a magic circle
  • sc 9
  • sc 6, turn, sc 6 (in backloops)
  • sc 5, turn, sc 5 (in backloops)
  • sc 4, turn, sc 4 (in backloops)

body:

This part is by far the most complicated section!  Basically, I’ve learned two (I’m sure there’s more) ways to make a crocheted piece curve, and I use both in different areas.  On this first S-shape of the neck, I used a technique where I crocheted back-and-forth on one side of the circle, so that one side was much longer - the LONGER side becomes the OUTSIDE of the curve:

  • chain 18
  • sc 18
  • sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn sc 18 - this makes a tall section and still has the stitches pointing in the same direction on the back side!
  • sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc 18
  • sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc 18
  • 2 rows of sc 18

That completes the first curve of the neck!  Now I did the same thing, but did the increases on the opposite side, to make the S-shape - I also allowed these rows to increase a bit each time, to make the place where his tummy rests on the ground a bit fatter:

  • sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc around and add one inc in the center (19 stitches)
  • 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc around (19 stitches)
  • 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc around (19 stitches)
  • 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc around (19 stitches)
  • sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn, (inc, sc) around (~24 stitches)
  • sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn, sc 9, turn, (inc, sc) around (~30 stitches)
  • 3sc, dec 6x (24 stitches)
  • 2sc, dec (with one more 8 turn 8 turn 8) (18 stitches)

Those last two parts make the S curve of the body, down to the thick bit at the bottom - the last part uses the other technique in which you increase on one side and decrease on the other - weirdly, the DECREASED side has makes the OUSIDE of the curve - what happens is it makes the tube slant, so that the side with more stitches splays outward - this looks a bit weird but is not as bumpy as the other technique.

Final section of tail:

  • 9 rows of 9 inc, 9 dec (18 stitches)
  • 5 rows of 2 dec, [n-3 sc], 1 inc (17, 16, 15, 14, 13 stitches) 
  • 4 rows of 3 dec [n-4 sc], 1 inc (11, 9, 7, 5 stitches)

These last few parts are easy - just making little spheres and sewing everything together!

2x small balls (neck and tail):

  • sc 5 in a magic circle
  • inc, sc, inc, sc, inc (8 stitches)
  • dec, sc, inc, sc, inc (5 stitches)

large ball (only tail):

  • sc 6 in a magic circle
  • inc, sc, inc, sc, inc, sc (9 stitches)
  • dec, sc, inc, sc, inc, sc (6 stitches)

tail (in blue) and horn (in white):

  • sc 5 in a magic circle
  • sc 5 x 2

stomach:

For this, I just cut out a piece of white felt and sewed it on.  The shape was kinda like this, but I just held it against Dragonair and cut until it was the right shape

And that is that!  Like I said, I think this pattern is pretty complicated, but the jist of it is to curve the neck three times - twice with the back-and-forth method, and once with the increase-decrease method.  If you really made it to the bottom of this post, wow and great job!  If you end up making one, I’d love to see!

Make your own My Melody Amigurumi

Materials

2.30 mm. crochet hook

Yarn in white , pink , black and yellow colors

Sewing needle

Polyester

 

Technic

Sc = single crochet

Hdc = half double crochet

R = row

 

Head with Pink yarn

R1 : 6 sc in magic circle (6)

R2 : 2sc in each sc around (12)

R3 : *2sc , sc in next sc* repeat 6 times (18)

R4 : *2sc , sc in next 2sc* repeat 6 times (24)

R5 : *2sc , sc in next 3sc* repeat 6 times (30)

R6 : *2sc , sc in next 4sc* repeat 6 times (36)

R7 : *2sc , sc in next 5sc* repeat 6 times (42)

R8 : sc in each sc around (42)

R9 : sc in next 7sc , change to white color ; sc in next 7sc , change to pink color ; sc in next 28sc (42)

R10 : sc in next 6sc , change to white color ; sc in next 9sc , change to pink color ; sc in next 27sc (42)

R11-13 : sc in next 5sc , change to white color ; sc in next 11s , change to pink color ; sc in next 26sc (42)

R14 : sc2tog ,sc in next 3sc , change to white color ; sc2tog , sc in next 7sc , sc2tog , change to pink color ; sc2tog , sc in next 2sc ,  *sc2tog , sc in next 4sc * repeat until around (35)

R15 : sc2tog , sc in next 2sc , change to white color  ; sc2tog , sc in next 5sc , sc2tog , change to pink color ; sc2tog , sc in next 2sc , *sc2tog , sc in next 3sc * repeat until around (28)

R16 : sc2tog , sc in next sc , change to white color ; sc2tog , sc in next 3sc , sc2tog , change to pink color ; * sc2tog , sc in next 2sc * repeat until around (21)

R17 : sc2tog , change to white color ; sc2tog , sc in next sc , sc2tog , change to pink color ; *sc2tog , sc in next sc * repeat until around (14)

 

Body with white color

R1 : 6sc in a magic ring (6)

R2 : 2sc in each sc around (12)

R3 : *2sc ,sc in next sc * repeat 6 times (18)

R4 : *2sc , sc in next 2sc* repeat 6 times (24)

R5-9 : sc in each sc around (24)

R10 : *sc2tog , sc in next 4sc* repeat 4 times (20)

R11 : sc in each sc around (20)

R12 : *sc2tog , sc in next 3sc* repeat 4 times (16)

 

Ear make 2 pcs , with pink yarn

R1 : 6sc in a magic ring (6)

R2 : *2sc , sc in next 2sc* repeat 2 times (8)

R3 : *2sc , sc in next 3sc* repeat 2 times (10)

R4-10 : sc in each sc around (10)

 

Arm make 2 pcs , with white yarn

R1 : 6sc in a magic ring (6)

R2-6: sc in each sc around (6)

 

Leg make 2 pcs , with white yarn

R1 : 6sc in a magic ring (6)

R2 : *2sc , sc in next 2sc* repeat 2 times (8)

R3-6 : sc in each sc around (8)

 

Tail with white yarn

R1 : 5sc in a magic ring (5)

R2 : 2sc in each sc around (10)

R3-4 : sc in each sc around (10)

 

Collar with pink yarn

Start with 22ch , hdc in 3Rd from hook , hdc in next 20ch , close.

 

Flower with white yarn

Start with  a chain , *4ch , join in 1St ch* repeat 4 times.

Assembly

Stuff the polyester fibre and sew head on to body.

Sew ears , arms , legs and tail.

For the face of doll , crochet the chain until around the face and sew.

Sew flower with yellow yarn , sew collar under the neck.

Make the doll face .

How to make My Melody Face

Sew the nose with yellow yarn on a half of face (on vertical).

On horizontal , Divided into three parts then marks .

Sew eyes on the marks , with the same row of nose .

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Free crochet pattern: Animal Crossing Marshal bag

So here’s the first of the free Animal Crossing bags! It’s everyone’s favorite smug rodent: Marshal!

You will need:

4mm hook & 6mm hook

2 skeins of ww yarn in white (or make 2 out of 1)

small bits of ww yarn in pastel purple, pastel pink, and black

yarn needle

acrylic or fabric paint

The reason I picked him first was because I had the right yarn for him already haha.

This pattern will serve as a base for all other patterns too, which will come in handy when I make more later ;)

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Amigurumi Chihuahua Pattern

Head

Rnd 1: ch 2, sc 6 on the 2nd ch from the hook. (6)

Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (12)

Rnd 3: *sc 1, 2sc in next sc* repeat 6 times. (18)

Rnd 4: *sc 2, 2sc in next sc* repeat 6 times. (24)

Rnd 5: *sc 3, 2sc in next sc* repeat 6 times. (30)

Rnd 6: *sc 4, 2sc in next sc* repeat 6 times. (36)

Rnd 7- Rnd 13: sc 36

Place eyes between Rnd 10 and 11. Begin stuffing the head.

Rnd 14: *Sc 4, dec 1*, repeat 6 times. (30)

Rnd 15: *Sc 3, dec 1*, repeat 6 times. (24)

Rnd 16: *Sc 2, dec 1*, repeat 6 times. (18)

Fasten off


Nose

Rnd 1: ch 2, sc 6 on the 2nd ch from the hook. (6)

Rnd 2: *sc 1, 2sc in next sc* repeat 2 times. (9)

Rnd 3: *sc 1, 2sc in next sc* repeat 3 times. (12)

Rnd 4: sc 12

Fasten off, leave long end for sewing

*you can use felt cloth for the nose tip and mouth


Body

Rnd 1: ch 2, sc 6 on the 2nd ch from the hook. (6)

Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (12)

Rnd 3: *sc 1, 2sc in next sc* repeat 6 times. (18)

Rnd 4- Rnd 8: sc 18

Stuff the body.

Fasten off, leave long end for sewing


Hands and Legs (make 4)

Rnd 1: ch 2, sc 4 on the 2nd ch from the hook. (4)

Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (8)

Rnd 3-5: sc 8

Fasten off, leave long end for sewing


Tail

Rnd 1: ch 2, sc 4 on the 2nd ch from the hook. (4)

Rnd 2-9, or when reached the desired length: sc around (4)

Fasten off, leave long end for sewing


Ears

Rnd 1: ch 2, sc 4 on the 2nd ch from the hook. (4)

Rnd 2: *sc 1, 2sc in next sc* repeat 2 times. (6)

Rnd 3: *sc 1, 2sc in next sc* repeat 3 times. (9)

Rnd 4: *sc 2, 2sc in next sc* repeat 3 times. (12)

Rnd 5-6: sc 12

Fasten off, leave long end for sewing

Sew everything together. Enjoy! :D

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thank you everyone!! please tell me if I made any mistakes!! :3c

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Penguin Amigurumi

BODY

Round 1: Magic Ring, ch1, 6sc (6sc)

Round 2: 2sc per sc (12sc)

Round 3: 2sc in the first sc then 1 sc in the next. Repeat 2sc, 1sc (18sc)

Round 4: 2sc in the first sc then 1sc in the next then another 1sc in the following. Repeat 2c, 1sc, 1sc (24sc)

Round 5-14: 2sc, 1sc, 1sc, 1sc repeat (30sc)

FACE

Fasten and leave a long thread of yarn. Do not cut you will be using this long thread to sew the bottom. After the steps 1 thru 14 are completed get your felt and cut out the shape you want for the penguin’s front. I did the shape of the stone from the 10 commandments. Sew onto the penguin. Attach your safety eyes. Get your ball of yellow yarn ready!

BEAK

Ch 4

Round 1: 3hdc (3hdc)

Fasten and weave. Using thread and a needle sew beak between the eyes or wherever you feel would look absolutely adorable.

WINGS 2x

Ch 5

Round 1: 4Hdc (4hdc)

Fasten and weave. Attach wherever you want. It’s your penguin. Using the lose yarn you have from the wings. You can use that to sew onto the body.

FEET (optional)

I used yellow felt and cut out two small feet. Sew right below the white felt corners.

After everything is completed, stuff the penguin, continue to the last part. While you are attaching the bottom of the penguin, feel free to add more fiberfill (if you want)

BOTTOM

Round 1: Magic Ring, Ch 1, 6sc (sc)

Round 2: 2sc in every sc (12sc)

Round 3: 2sc, 1sc -repeat (18sc)

Round 4: 2sc, 1sc, 1sc repeat (30sc) fasten and leave a long thread for sewing. Attach bottom cover to the 30sc under the penguin. It would start to cave in so don’t worry about that. Fasten and weave in ends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Little Totoro

A few months ago I made a big Totoro, who was 32cm tall. But, I really wanted to make a smaller Totoro. This little Totoro is 12cm tall!

I used Loops and Threads Impeccable yarn in grey, black, white, aron, and forest green on a 5mm hook.

Body:

In grey

1) ch 2. 6sc in the first chain (6)

2) inc around (12)

3) *inc, 1sc* around (18)

4) *inc, 2sc* around (24)

Rows 5-7) 1sc in each stitch (24)

8) *inc, 3sc* around (30)

Rows 9-18) 1sc in each stitch (30)

19) *sc dec, 3sc* around (24)

20) *sc dec, 2sc* around (18)

21) sc dec around (9) Stuff.

22) sc dec until hole is closed. Sl st to finish, FO, and weave in the end.

Arms: (make 2)

In grey

1) ch 2. 4sc in the first chain (4)

2) inc around (8)

Rows 3-8) 1sc in each stitch (8). Stuff. Flatten the sides of the arm together then sew onto the body. FO and leave a tail for sewing.

Ears: (make 2)

In grey

1) ch 2. 4sc in the first chain (4)

Rows 2-5) 1sc in each stitch (4). FO and leave a tail for sewing.

Tummy:

In cream

1) ch 2. 6sc in the first chain (6)

2) inc around (12)

3) *inc, 1sc* around (18)

4) *inc, 2sc* around (24)

5) 1sc in each stitch (24) Sl st to finish. FO and leave a tail for sewing

Tail:

In grey

1) ch 2. 6sc in the first chain (6)

2) inc around (12)

Rows 3-5) 1sc in each stitch (12) FO and leave a tail for sewing

Leaf:

In green

1) ch 5

2) Starting in the second chain from the hook 1sc, 1sc, 1hdc. 5dc in the last chain. Now working on the opposite side, 1hdc, 1sc, 1sc. Sl st to the first sc.

3) Now working down the middle of the leaf, 6 sl st. FO and weave in the ends.

Finishing:

Sew upside down 7 “v” shapes on the tummy. 3 on the top and 4 in the middle row. Do this before sewing the tummy onto the body

Sew eyes on with black yarn, and use white yarn on the outside, sewing the white in a square. Use the black yarn to make a nose.

Stuff the tummy, arms, and tail firmly and sew all the body parts together.

I didn’t sew the leaf onto Totoro’s head, but this is optional.

My Totoro family keeps growing! I also made a Totoro coaster.

Happy crocheting!

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