Cleo the Caterpillar

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Cleo the Caterpillar Pattern


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Cleo the Caterpillar Feet

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • increase, decrease, crochet in the round, sc

Pattern Description:

This cutie measures 15 in long depending on how loose/tight you crochet. It's a very easy pattern for people who are just starting to learn to crochet amigurumi. Make it for your family, friends, co-workers or even as a pet toy for that beloved pooch.

The written pattern is 5 detailed pages long with several color photographs of the construction.

This pattern also comes with two color variations to give you more inspiration!

The pattern uses basic crochet stitches. You must be able to increase, decrease and crochet in the round.

All patterns come with free online help. You can contact me through the "About Me" page on or PM me on Ravlery.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 15" long


  • Red Heart "Plum Pudding"
  • Lion Brand Homespun "Purple Haze"
  • Lion Brand Homespun "Ambrosia"
  • Red Heart Super Saver "White"
  • Red Heart Super Saver "Black"
  • 3.75mm [US F]
  • 2.5mm [US steel "O"].

You Will Also Need:

  • Polyester filler
  • Two black 6mm safety eyes

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Lion Brand Homespun


Purple Haze & Ambrosia

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My crocheted amigurumi patterns of adorable stuffed critters are fashioned in vibrant abstract jungle colors. Look over the newborns in the critter nursery! The "Gumball Dragon" series is what's hot now. See if you can find the dragon in the candy color that your family will cherish!!

Each "critter" is handmade using nothing but time, imagination and the desire to see if "I can" create it. ...

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