Ernie and Erline Elf Amigurumi Pattern

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Ernie and Erline Elf Amigurumi Pattern Pattern


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Crocheting: Ernie and Erline Elf Amigurumi Pattern
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

I have to say that I was oblivious to the "Elf on the Shelf" thing that apparently is the "new holiday tradition" that I never heard of. I don't *get* it but that's another story in itself. I just wanted to make a pair of holiday dolls that were cute and cuddly - but could also be used year round.

In my household we love our magical creatures and elves are really cool. Hmmm. I should make a quiver and bow for these guys....

Anyway, Ernie and Erline Elves are a fun, easy pattern. They're big enough to love yet not so big that you won't have it in time for whatever the occasion is.

This original CraftyDeb crochet amigurumi pattern is designed by Deb Richey.

All CraftyDeb patterns are for personal use only and not for resale or selling finished items online. They can be made for in person craft shows and fairs.

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There is no gauge given however the tighter your stitches, the less stuffing will show through. If you can see air between your stitches, use a smaller hook.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 13", not including hat, when made with worsted weight yarn


  • 3/4 oz yarn - head, ears, hands
  • 1 oz yarn - body, hat, legs
  • 1 oz 2nd color yarn - body, hat, legs
  • 1 oz yarn - shoes, skirt, pompoms
  • 1/2 oz yarn - hair

You Will Also Need:

  • fluff/polyfill
  • stitch/row markers
  • row counter
  • Size G hook

About Designer

About Designer

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I am a crocheter who loves to design mainly dolls and afghans although I've been known to come up with other things as well!

I take great pride in my patterns. I write them so that others can easily create their own. All of my designs are tested by several people before they are released to try to catch any typos and to make sure it is as clearly written as possible.

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