Realistic Bona Fide Skeleton Amigurumi

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Realistic Bona Fide Skeleton Amigurumi Pattern


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Crocheting: Realistic Bona Fide Skeleton Amigurumi
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

My youngest son loves monsters, skeletons and fantastic beasts. I designed this skeleton as a challenge to myself. I had not seen a somewhat anatomically correct skeleton pattern available so I set out to make it. It took some time and a lot of ripping and redesigning until I wa happy with my finished skeleton. My youngest son was even happier to get it. Realistic has been the target of many heated battles in his room. He has been flung around, stabbed between the ribs with swords - plastic of course - and defeated each and every time. No knight has ever had a more enjoyable sparring partner as Realistic Bona Fide. Since 2009, he has been coming back to life to battle another day :)

This is one of my best sellers. I love getting finished pictures of this guy!

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.

Your Craftsy purchase will also be made available for download on my main website at


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:

  • 24" long when made with worsted weight yarn


  • 6 1/2 oz yarn - skeleton color
  • small amount of accent color

You Will Also Need:

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

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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