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TBCritters on craftsy.com
Aurora, CO USA

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 ...

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Stomp the Gumball Dragon

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Stomp the Gumball Dragon
Stomp the Gumball Dragon Eye see you!!!
Stomp the Gumball Dragon Stomp's profile
Stomp the Gumball Dragon One lone tooth...
Stomp the Gumball Dragon Stomp
Stomp the Gumball Dragon Bottom of feet & tail

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • ch, single & double crochet, increase, decrease, crochet in the round

Pattern Description:

This is the first in a new series of patterns on "Gumball Dragons." All Gumball Dragons are round like a gumball and have an affinity for candy, thus the reason that they're so pudgy.

This one is named "Stomp" because of his unusually big feet.

Stomp's preference in candy are grape lollipops.

Depending on the kind of candy that they prefer, that actually determines the variations in color of their ears, horns, tails, etc.

Stomp the Gumball Dragon is a very easy pattern and can use up a lot of your stash yarns and you can have many different variations of the ear and body color. Stomp is 7" wide and the body is 6" tall.

The written pattern is 5 detailed pages long with several color photographs of the construction. The pattern uses basic crochet stitches. You must be able to increase, decrease, single and double crochet and crochet in the round.

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


  • pink for tongue
  • 3 different colors yarn for body & ears
  • black for embroidery
  • white for eyes

You Will Also Need:

  • plastic canvas, 2 chenille stems, polyester filler, plastic safety eyes

Suggested yarn:

250 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:




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