Amigurumi monster free pattern

23 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…

  7. The Whimsical stitch says:

    So I sewed arms onto the body in round 6 of the monster as I went around crocheting row 6. Made pupil smaller for sure and used worsted weight yarn for eye pupil only. This is cute with 2 or 4 arms. 1 or 2 horns. Also neat with 2 eyes and 1. To the designer you Should’ve finished the pattern for those who try it. I loved making them and will make more in different weighted yarn

  8. Toni says:

    Theres no instruction on how to place the eye, horns, nor arms? Besides that it’s a great pattern.

    • Mariella says:

      I crochet the arms first so I added them in the side of round 16. I find that that’s best, so you SC the arm along with the body.

  9. Rebecca says:

    I love this pattern and have made about 20 of them to give to our local children’s hospital. The final product looks just like it is supposed to. Thank you for the cute free pattern.

    Note: I just saw someone post a picture of this on a Facebook Group ‘Beginners Amigurumi’ (Denisa Buiñáková) without giving you credit.

  10. Barbara says:

    4sc in 4 ch is very confusing. Do I ch 4? Where are the 4 ch to sc? So confusing.

  11. Barbara says:

    So sorry. I figured out what I did wrong. Thank you. I love this pattern. Thank you for sharing.

  12. Debbie Dion Wood says:

    Thank you for creating and sharing this pattern. I was able to create on in just 2 hours and a few minutes. I love it! I plan on making many more.

  13. Bethany says:

    This is my first amigurumi and had a quick question. The hook size is much smaller than the suggested fit this size of yarn. Is that normal for these patterns?

    • Kristina Graham says:

      Yes. Smaller hook sizes are normal for amigurumi. The stuffing is less likely to show. A larger hook size will also change the size of the amigurumi.

  14. Jackie says:

    So you never said when to stuff the body

  15. Mindi says:

    Are the arms and horns stuffed?

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