Eevee Amigurumi

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Eevee Amigurumi Pattern


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Crocheting: Eevee Amigurumi
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Sew
  • Crochet
  • Read a Pattern
  • Brush Felt
  • Iron
  • Use Stitch Witchery

Pattern Description:

I made this for a friend, and she loves Eevee. This went over amazing with her. The difference in color is from time when they shots were taken. I have no problem with people selling made versions of this Eevee, but give credit where credit is due by listing a link back to the pattern here on Craftsy.

If you wish to have an Eevee Custom Made for you, Please stop over to my Etsy site to order one!


Crochet: 12sc x 15r = 4in/10cm on size I9/5.5mm hook

I'm not sure how much yardage you actually need as I remade several pieces, but I just listed a Jumbo super saver from Red Heart. You wont use it all on one, but you could make two and give the other away.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 21 cm tall (estimate)


  • Iron
  • 3.75 Hook (F)
  • White Felt Sheet
  • Black Felt Sheet
  • Brown Felt Sheet
  • Wire brush
  • Sewing Machine
  • Scissors
  • Yarn
  • Stuffing

You Will Also Need:

  • Sitich Witchery
  • Black Thread
  • White Thread
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Sewing Needle
  • Pins

Suggested yarn:

744 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Red Heart


Light Brown, White

About Designer

About Designer

TrinityStitches on

My name is Tiffany, and since it means trinity and I work in three mediums of stitch work I thought it was a nice play on words.

I started out learning to sew from my then 70 year old great aunt over 10 years ago. Then she went on to teach me fine needlepoint techniques like cross stitch and embroidery. Recently I picked up my third type of stitch work crocheting (mainly amigurumis), and ...

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