Amigurumi monster free pattern

10 Responses

  1. Karissa says:

    Can you place explain the transition from the legs to the body? I’m confused. I made the first leg and fastened off, then I made the second leg and rather than fastening off I chained 4 and placed 8 sc into the first leg as stated. The next bit is what’s confusing: “4 sc in 4 ch, 8 sc on the second leg, 4 sc in 4 ch (opposite side) (24)”. Am I to crochet 4 sc back into the ch 4 that I created when joining the legs? And how do I place 4 sc in a ch 4 on the opposite side when there is none? Thank you so much for the cute, free pattern!

  2. Aid says:

    This pattern does not give instructions to finish off body. What gives?

  3. kelly says:

    I wondered if you could tell me how much yarn is needed for this amazing design. I would hate to start it and run out. I’m really looking forward to making this.

  4. Georgia Helvick says:

    What colors/numbers of the Himalayan yarn was used in this picture? I like the blends that you used!

  5. Divya Saraf says:

    It is unclear as to how to join the legs to the body. Do you need to chain 4 on both legs and then attach them ? How do I get chain 4 on the opposite side ?
    And if I do that then there is a huge gap between both the legs

    • Lisha Ng says:

      It does say in round 9: 18 sc on the first leg, 4 sc in 4 ch (this is the back of the chain 4 joining the two legs), 18 sc on the second leg, 4 sc in 4 ch (opposite side) (44)

  6. Marta says:

    The proportion of the eye / pupil in your explanation is quite different from the final result in the photograph. I reduced the pupil to 2 rows but it still seems quite big compared with the eye…

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