I love experimenting with textiles of all kinds. I am currently totally loopy for amigurumi. I hope you like my collection of patterns. I am working on adding more as often as I can. I have more wool ...
I love experimenting with textiles of all kinds. I am currently totally loopy for amigurumi. I hope you like my collection of patterns. I am working on adding more as often as I can. I have more wool in my stash than I could ever possibly use, but I still I intend to buy more! (Lots more!!)View all patterns by designer (54) »
Christmas Pudding Paul and Christmas Pudding Penny have the best job in the world. They work for Santa at the North Pole and are in charge of making the yummiest Christmas puddings. A big part of their job is having to taste what they make. As a result they have both grown quite big tummies! They don't mind though, in a land where everybody is surrounded by candy canes and sugar plums they're not the only ones to have put on a bit of weight over the years and having a tubby tummy never did Santa any harm!
The pattern includes two of their little friends, a snowman and a Christmas tree, as well as instructions to make a Christmas pudding decorated with holly leaves and berries.
Pudding people measure approx 5" (13 cm) tall, snowman and fir tree are approx. 3" (8 cm) tall when made with a size C (2.25mm) hook and light worsted weight (DK/8 ply) yarn
Just vary the hook size and yarn gauge to create different size dolls.
This pattern is written in American crochet terminology and includes a handy stitch conversion chart so you can translate to British crochet terms instead should you wish to.