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He ate my cellphone!

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Amigurumi: Design Your Own Monster taught by Stacey Trock

Learn pattern design by doodling a monster and bringing it to life. Combine bodies and parts to create wild crocheted creatures your family and friends will love to cuddle.

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Category Crocheting
Type Toy
Sizing Children
Style Cute
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What materials did you use? 100% acrylic yarn (464 yds - 160 g) and some white yarn E4 - 3.25 mm crochet hook, Two 12mm and one 13.5 mm black plastic safety eyes, Tapestry needle, White foamy, Polyester stuffing

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What are you most proud of? I'm really proud of how he turned out, this is my first pattern.

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Wow, that's reall creative! How did you form the mouth?

07/05/2012 Flag

It takes some steps but it is easy, I hope I explain it right. First I dediced in which round I wanted to start the mouth and on that round I crocheted a chain. That chain will be the depth of the mouth. I tried to make a box, with 5 sides. Sides 1, 2 and 3 were formed by the chain (and the next single crochet rounds).

07/05/2012 Flag

On the next round I started (and kept going) with sc st. (for 14 or 15 rounds). On round 16 let's say, I crocheted a chain again skipping some stitches (see last photo of this proyect) and on round 17 all single crochet again. This way you will have a strip or band that you can put inside of the body.

07/05/2012 Flag

Now for the 3rd step you have to work on that strip. I'm gonna give an example cause I can't remember (don't have the written pattern) how many stitches has in total. Lets say you have 18 stitches (wide), you have to start crocheting on the middle (6 stitches) , 1 chain, turn, 6 sc st, 1 chain, turn. for in this case 14 rounds. Cut the yarn and do the same on the opposite side. the final result is like a cross. Then sew the sides to form a box. I'm gonna try to upload some more photos so you can understand (unfortunately can upload only 6). Let me know if you have more questions :)

07/05/2012 Flag

ok, I uploaded a photo with some of the steps. I'm not too familiar with the photo editor on this computer so I'm sorry for that. I hope you are not too confused!

07/05/2012 Flag

Thanks so much! That's really amazing that you could design something like that. I think I understand the instructions you gave. I'll have to give it a try.

07/14/2012 Flag

Wow! This is amazing!

04/16/2013 Flag

wow, you are so talented! Wonderful monster you made!

08/05/2013 Flag

Awesome looking!

09/28/2013 Flag

really good. How you make the arms?

10/13/2014 Flag