Weed in My Garden Amigurumi Pattern Set

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Weed in My Garden Amigurumi Pattern Set Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Doll/Doll Clothing

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

A Painted Daisy, a Sunflower and what? A Thistle is in my garden??!!
When I lived in Pennsylvania, thistles were my worst garden enemy. Here in the South, it's grass but that's an entirely different rant...

I wanted to design a series of flower girls and could not resist adding Thistle!

These dolls will have your gardener smile - even thistle!

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 www.CraftyDeb.com.


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" tall when made with worsted weight yarn.


  • No more than 1 1/2 oz for each color

You Will Also Need:

  • fluff/polyfill
  • stitch/row markers
  • Size G hook
  • row counter
  • 12mm safety eyes or buttons - can also have embroidered eyes

About Designer

About Designer

CraftyDebDesign on craftsy.com

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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