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Odin the Viking Crochet Pattern

I love me a man with a beard.

A few weeks ago, I shared a pattern I found for this cute gnome-inspired Santa Claus…and I was instantly inspired to create another bearded cuddle buddy.

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Inspired by 1dogwoof’s pattern for the Santa Gnome crochet pattern, this Odin the Viking sports a flaming orange beard instead and has a horned Viking helmet as well.

Again, I take no FULL CREDIT for this pattern, as it was inspired from the pattern of another blogger.  The hat portion was written by me, but the remaining instructions are similar to that of the Santa, with just different colored yarn.

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I used fluffy brown yarn for the belt, shoe ties, and mitten brims, then used thick orange yarn for the beard which I unraveled to give it that bushy look. For the mustache, I used the same technique to insert yarn for the beard, however, I inserted it into the bottom of the nose, then cut the yarn short to form the mustache.

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In Norse culture, Odin is a man of many contradictions. He’s a war god, but a poetry god. He’s worshiped by those in search of honor and nobility, but is also often portrayed as a trickster. It’s no surprise then that this doll should share that name, as his rough exterior is mirrored only by the fact that he’s a great cuddler!

Odin the Viking Crochet Pattern

Materials:

  • Tan yarn
  • Dark grey yarn
  • Brown yarn
  • Pink/Peach yarn
  • White yarn
  • Fiberfill
  • 4 mm. crochet hook

Instructions:

BODY

Round 1: (in TAN) Work 6 sc into a magic circle. Join with sl st to first sc. (6)

Round 2: Ch 1. Work 2 sc into each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (12)

Round 3: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into next st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first sc. (18)

Round 4: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 2 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (24)

Round 5: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 3 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (30)

Round 6: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 4 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (36)

Round 7: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 5 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (42)

Round 8: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (42)

Round 9: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 6 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (48)

Round 10: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 7 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (54)

Round 11: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (54)

Round 12: (in DARK GREY) Ch 1. Work [1 sc in each of next 8 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (60)

Round 13: (in BROWN) Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (60)

Round 14: (in BROWN) Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (60)

Round 15: (in DARK GREY) Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (60)

Round 16-19: (in TAN) Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (60)

Round 20: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 8 st, 1 sc2tog] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (54)

Round 21: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (54)

Round 22: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 7 st, 1 sc2tog] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (48)

Round 23: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (48)

Round 24: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 6 st, 1 sc2tog] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (42)

Round 25: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (42)

Round 26: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 5 st, 1 sc2tog] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (36)

Round 27: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (36)

Start stuffing the body.

Round 28: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 4 st, 1 sc2tog] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (30)

Round 29: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 3 st, 1 sc2tog] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (24)

Round 30: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 2 st, 1 sc2tog] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (18)

Round 31: Ch 1. Work [1 sc next st, 1 sc2tog] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (12)

Finish stuffing the body before closing off.

Round 32: Ch 1. Work 1 sc2tog 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (6)

Cut yarn, leaving a long tail. Pull yarn through last stitch. Sew yarn end into the front loop of each of the 6 st around. Pull tight to close the circle. Fasten off.

FEET: (WORKED IN SEAMED ROUNDS)
MAKE 2

Round 1: (in DARK GREY) Ch 4. Work 1 sc into the 2nd ch from hook. Work 1 sc in next ch, 3 sc in next ch (turns the corner), 1 sc in next ch, 2 sc in last ch. Join with sl st to first sc. (8)

Round 2: Ch 1. Work 2 sc in next st, 2 hdc in each of next 5 st, 2 sc in each of next 2 st. Join with sl st to first sc. (16)

Round 3: Ch 2. Work [1 hdc in next st, 2 hdc in next st] 8 times. Join with sl st to first sc. (24)

Round 4: Ch 1. Work [1 sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next st] 8 times. Join with sl st to first sc. (32)

Round 5: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (32)

Round 6: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each of next 6 st, 2 sc2tog, 6 hdc2tog, 2 sc2tog, 1 sc in each of next 6 st. Join with sl st to first sc. (22)

Round 7: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each of next 5 st, 2 sc2tog, 2 hdc2tog, 2 sc2tog, 1 sc in each of next 5 st. Join with sl st to first sc. (16)

Round 8-10: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (16)

Stuff the shoe just enough to fill it out.

Round 11-17: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (16)

Round 18 (WHITE) : Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (16)

Round 19-32 (TAN): Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (16)

Stuff leg lightly.

Round 33: Ch 1. Work 1 sc2tog 8 times. Join with sl st to first st. (8)

Squeeze round together and align stitches. Insert hook through all 4 loops and work 1 sc. Repeat for the next 2 st. Fasten off and cut a long tail.

Wrap brown yarn around boot as desired. Secure with knot.

ARMS: (WORKED IN SEAMED ROUNDS)
MAKE 2

Round 1: (in WHITE) Work 6 sc into a magic circle. Join with sl st to first sc. (6)

Round 2: Ch 1. Work 2 sc into each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (12)

Round 3: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into next 3 st, 2 sc into next st] 3 times. Join with sl st to first sc. (15)

Round 4: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 3 st, 1 sc2tog] 3 times. Join with sl st to first st. (12)

Round 5: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first st. (12)

Round 6: (in BROWN) Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first st. (12)

Round 7-10: (in TAN) Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first st. (12)

Round 11: Ch 1. Work [1 sc in each of next 4 st, 1 sc2tog] 2 times. Join with sl st to first st. (10)

Round 12-14: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first st. (10)

Round 15: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each of next 4 st, 1 sc2tog, 1 sc in each of next 4 st. Join with sl st to first st. (9)

Round 16-17: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. Join with sl st to first st. (9)

Stuff the arm lightly.

Squeeze round together and align stitches. Work 4 sc across to close off. Fasten off and cut a long tail.

NOSE: (WORKED IN SEAMED ROUNDS)

Round 1: (in PINK/PEACH) Work 6 sc into a magic circle. Join with sl st to first sc. (6)

Round 2: Ch 1. Work 2 sc into each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (12)

Round 3: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into next 3 st, 2 sc into next st] 3 times. Join with sl st to first sc. (15)

Round 4: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st around. (15)

Round 5: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 3 st, 1 sc2tog] 3 times. Join with sl st to first st. (12)

Stuff the nose.

Round 6: Ch 1. Work 1 sc2tog 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (6)

Cut yarn, leaving a long tail. Pull yarn through last stitch. Sew yarn end into the front loop of each of the 6 st around. Pull tight to close the circle. Fasten off.

HAT:

Round 1: (in DARK GREY) Work 6 sc into a magic circle. Join with sl st to first sc. (6)

Round 2: Ch 1. Work 2 sc into each st around. Join with sl st to first sc. (12)

Round 3: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into next st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first sc. (18)

Round 4: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st. around. Join with sl st to first sc. (18)

Round 5: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 2 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (24)

Round 6: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st. around. Join with sl st to first sc. (24)

Round 7: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 3 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (30)

Round 8: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st. around. Join with sl st to first sc. (30)

Round 9: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 4 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (36)

Round 10: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st. around. Join with sl st to first sc. (36)

Round 11: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 5 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (42)

Round 12-13: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st. around. Join with sl st to first sc. (42)

Round 14: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 6 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (48)

Round 15: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st. around. Join with sl st to first sc. (48)

Round 16: Ch 1. Work [1 sc into each of next 7 st, 2 sc into next st] 6 times. Join with sl st to first st. (54)

Round 17: Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each st. around. Join with sl st to first sc. (54)

Round 18: Ch 2. Work 1 hdc in each st around. Join with sl st to first hdc. Fasten off. Cut yarn, leaving long tail.

HORNS
MAKE 2

(WHITE) Work 4 sc in magic circle (4)

Row 2: 2 sc in next st. 1 sc in remaining 3 st. (5)

Row 3: 2 sc in next st. 1 sc in remaining 4 st. (6)

Row 4: 2 sc in next st. 1 sc in remaining 5 st. (7)

Row 5: 2 sc in next st. 1 sc in remaining 6 st. (8)

Row 6: 2 sc in next st. 1 sc in remaining 7 st. (9)

Row 7: 2 sc in next st. 1 sc in remaining 8 st. (10)

Row 8: 2 sc in next st. 1 sc in remaining 9 st. (11)

Row 9: 2 sc in next st. 1 sc in remaining 10 st. (12)

Row 10 (DARK GREY): 2 sc. in each st. around. sl. st. to beginning st. (24). Bind off, leaving long tail.

Stuff horns.

ASSEMBLY:

Sew horns onto helmet with curves pointed in.

Sew legs to body, positioning them right under the belt of the Viking.

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Sew arms to side of body so fur brim of mittens lines up just under fur of belt.

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Sew hat to head.

Sew nose to body, positioning nose right in the middle of line where hat and body meet.

BEARD:

Using lark’s knots, attach thick orange yarn body, moving in concentric half-circles around bottom of nose. Carefully separate strands, if desired, to get bushy beard.

For braids, I left three yarn strands as is on each side of beard, then braided them together. I used some leftover brown yarn to tie off the braids.

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Repeat for mustache, inserting yarn into bottom of nose, unraveling yarn, then cutting short to form mustache.

Trim beard and mustache as needed.

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Scandinavian Santa Gnome

I think it’s safe to say that I’m fully embracing this hygge lifestyle…so much so that when I came across the pattern for this Scandinavian Santa Gnome, I couldn’t resist the urge!

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This adorable little crocheted Santa gnome is so cute and cuddly. With an extra tall hat and an extra full beard, this little guy is great for hiding in between the branches of your Christmas tree.

*For the beard, I used a textured white yarn that I had on hand. But you can get a similar effect by using regular white yarn and pulling the strings apart to make the beard look full and styled. Then just trim it as necessary!

I loved this pattern so much and can’t wait to make another little gnome…maybe a little fat Viking man?! 😉

Scandinavian Santa Gnome

Materials:

  • Red yarn of choice
  • White yarn of choice
  • Black yarn of choice
  • Peach yarn of choice
  • G crochet hook (4.00 mm)
  • Fiberfill

You can find the pattern for this Santa Gnome at 1dogwoof.com.

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Crocheted Ice Cream Cone Garland

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!

Let’s face facts…ice cream is the best part of summer.  It’s also the best part of fall and winter and spring, too!  Ami right?

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But ice cream certainly gets some extra love in the summertime, and this cute crocheted ice cream banner is the perfect addition to your summertime BBQ or birthday party.

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An AWESOME yarn scrapbuster, these mini ice cream cones will clean out your yarn stash in no time.  Use beads to add sprinkles or chocolate chips…or use multi-colored yarn to create delicious-looking flavor combinations!

Crocheted Ice Cream Cone Garland

Materials:

  • Tan yarn for cone
  • Bright yarn for ice cream
  • 3.5 mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Stuffing

Instructions:
*Rows are worked in continuous rounds.

Starting with tan yarn, make magic circle.  SC 6 into magic circle.

Row 1:  SC in each stitch around (6 SC)

Row 2:  SC 2 in first stitch, SC in next stitch.  Repeat two more times (9 SC)

Row 3:  SC in each stitch around (9 SC)

Row 4:  SC 2 in first stich, SC in next two stitches.  Repeat two more times (12 SC)

Row 5:  SC in each stitch around (12 SC)

WITH ICE CREAM COLOR YARN:

Row 6:  SC in each stitch around (12 SC)

Row 7:  SC in FLO each stitch around (12 SC)

Row 8:  SC in each stitch around (12 SC)

Row 9:  SC in each stitch around (12 SC)

Stuff firmly.

Row 10:  SC2TOG.  Repeat to close.

Bind off; weave in ends.

With cone facing away from you, attach yarn to one of the ridges created in the FLO round.  SC 3 in ridge.  Skip next ridge.  SC in third ridge.  Repeat around entire cone.

Bind off; weave in ends.

Tread a needle with the color yarn of your choice.  String yarn through tops of cones.

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Harry Potter House Bears

Founded by Godric Gryffindor, Helga Hufflepuff, Rowena Ravenclaw, and Salazar Slytherin, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry – the educational system in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series – is divided into four houses or communities, each named after one of the founding members of the school.

When students come to Hogwarts, they are sorted into one of four houses, so labeled Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin.  Each house has its own qualities and dynamics and students are sorted based on whether or not they share those qualities with any given house.

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Each house has its own mascot and house colors.  Gryffindor’s sport maroon and gold wearables, while Hufflepuff students wears black and yellow.  Ravenclaws are silver and blue and Slytherins are green and silver.

Whether it’s walking the halls of Hogwarts or attending a Quidditch game, each student is extremely loyal to their house and they wear their house colors proudly…and these little teddy bears are no exception!

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Each wearing a turtle neck in the Hogwarts house colors, these little crocheted teddy bears are beaming with house pride!

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Sold as a set of 4, these crocheted teddy bears are available for sale at my Between the Pages Etsy shop.  Head on over and check them out!

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Little Crocheted Robot

You guys…I am in LOVE.

Just look at this adorable little crocheted robot!! DON’T YOU WANT TO GIVE HIM ALL THE SNUGGLES??!!??!

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I saw a similar robot to this while browsing Pinterest one day, but could not find a pattern to make one of my own…so I decided to write one myself! Therefore, I present to you my first 100% hand-written crochet pattern!

Yay!

I love this little robot so much…and this project works up surprisingly fast. Nonstop you could easily make one in a couple hours. I think I might have to make him a little robot buddy or lady friend so he’s not lonely!

Want to make one of your own? Check out the free crochet pattern below!

Little Crocheted Robot

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Materials:

  • Worsted weight yarn in the color of your choice (I used Red Heart Spring Green)
  • 4.0 mm crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Various buttons and embellishments
  • Embroidery thread
  • Pipe cleaners

 

Instructions (Head):

Front and Back Head Panels (make 2):

  • Chain 13.
  • SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (12 SC).
  • Ch. 1, turn. SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (12 SC).
  • Repeat previous row 8 more times for a total of 10 rows.
  • Bind off.

Top and Bottom Head Panels (make 2):

  • Chain 13.
  • SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (12 SC).
  • Ch. 1, turn. SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (12 SC).
  • Repeat previous row 3 more times for a total of 5 rows.
  • Bind off.

Side Head Panels (make 2):

  • Chain 6.
  • SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (5 SC).
  • Ch. 1, turn. SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (5 SC).
  • Repeat previous row 7 more times for a total of 9 rows.
  • Bind off.

Head Assembly:
Keep in mind that the side you seam is the front side, this piece will not be turned inside out. You want those sharp defined lines on the outside of your robot.

  • Join front head panel to top head panel by lining up both pieces on the long sides and SC through both stitches to join.
  • Join bottom panel to bottom of top head panel.
  • Join back head panel to bottom of bottom head panel.
  • When completed, your piece should look like this:

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  • Join top of side panel to side of top head panel. Repeat on other side. Now your piece should look like this:

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  • Continue joining the left side panel to the sides of the front and back panels and bottom panel. Leave the right side panel open for stuffing.
  • Now your piece should look like this:

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  • Now it’s time to weave in all those ends!
  • Phew! Now this is what the head of your robot should look like, with the right panel still open:

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Now is also a great time to add facial features to your robot.

Once your facial features have been added, stuff the head, pushing stuffing into the corners to create a more defined corner. Join right panel to sides of the front and back panels and bottom panel. Cast off and weave in ends.

Yay! Here’s our finished head piece:

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Instructions (Body):

Front and Back Body Panels (make 2):

  • Chain 9.
  • SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (8 SC).
  • Ch. 1, turn. SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (8 SC).
  • Repeat previous row 3 more times for a total of 5 rows.
  • Bind off.

Top and Bottom Body Panels (make 2):

  • Chain 9.
  • SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (8 SC).
  • Ch. 1, turn. SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (8 SC).
  • Repeat previous row 3 more times for a total of 5 rows.
  • Bind off.

Side Body Panels (make 2):

  • Chain 5.
  • SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (4 SC).
  • Ch. 1, turn. SC in second chain from hook, and in each chain across (4 SC).
  • Repeat previous row 6 more times for a total of 8 rows.
  • Bind off.

Body Assembly:

  • Join body panels exactly like head panels, leaving one side panel open for stuffing.
  • Add any embellishments to body.
  • Stuff body and join remaining open panel. Weave in ends.

And here’s our finished body piece:

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Instructions (Assembly):

Assembling your little robot is super easy! Simply thread your tapestry needle with some excess green thread and run it through the middle three stitches on the top panel of the body and then through the middle three stitches on the bottom panel of the head. I took a pic of mine so you can see…I ran it through twice…so the body dangles just a little from the head, but I love it that way!

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Then just weave in the ends from that string and your robot is ready.

To add arms, legs, and head pieces, I just used pipe cleaners and shoved them into the spaces between my stitches. For the arms, I cut a pipe cleaner in half, then in half again, then wound the ends into small spirals. Then just shove the straight end into each side of the body. I did the same for the legs and the yellow head pieces.

I also added a string to the top of the robot so he could hang if he wanted to!

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When completed, this little guy is a little bigger than my hand and I just love how he turned out! I need to make another so he has a friend!

I hope you’ve enjoyed this fun pattern! I had a great time writing it and I’m in love with this little buddy! ❤

 

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12 Amigurumi Patterns for the New Year

Amigurumi (pronounced am-ah-ga-roo-me) is a Japanese term meaning “crocheted or knitted stuffed doll”.  It may look challenging, but amigurumi is actually one of the easiest forms of crocheting, as it usually only involves single crochet stitches.

One search on Pinterest or Ravelry will give you a bizillion sweet and adorable amigurumi patterns that you can make in 2 to 5 hours.  Several traditional amigurumi patterns are very small, measuring about 5 inches max, and usually involve crocheting in the rounds, which you can easily do while binge-watching Stranger Things or Gossip Girl.

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Since 2017 has finally arrived, here are 12 adorable, easy and fun amigurumi patterns…one for each month of the year!  If you’re New Year’s resolution is to learn something new or finally pick up crocheting, amigurumi is a great place to start!

12 Amigurumi Patterns for the New Year

January
Sweet Snowman Amigurumi
snowman

February
Love Bunny Amigurumi
lovebunny

March
Pot of Gold Wreath
pattywreath

April
Crocheted Easter Eggs
eggs

May
Crocheted Lamb Amigurumi
lamb

June
Shark Week Shark Amigurumi
shark

July
Crocheted Popsicles Amigurumi
popsicles

August
Pineapple Amigurumi
pineapple

September
Sweet Apple Amigurumi
apples

October
Pumpkin Amigurumi
pumpkins

November
Adorable Turkey Amigurumi
turkey

December
Crocheted Christmas Lights
christmaslights

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Crocheted Unicorn

What better way to spend an annoyingly hot summer than crocheting this cute pastel rainbow unicorn?  Made using a variety of pastel yarns (I used some I had in stock and some were Vanna’s Choice yarn), this adorable crocheted unicorn is ready for all the cuddles.

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Complete with a rainbow mane and a curly cue tail, this little guy will bring you instant happiness.

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I originally found this pattern on One Dog Woof and instantly dove in.  While her unicorn used bold colors, I was making mine for a baby shower, so I decided to opt for lighter, more pastel colors.

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If you browse through my other crochet projects, you know I love a good yarn buster, and this was one of the cutest ones I could find (among the crocheted jellyfish, of course!).

Like the pattern says, this unicorn turned out to be quite a bit bigger than I expected, but I’m not complaining!  It’s so cute and whimsical and anyone is sure to love it!Screen Shot 2016-07-26 at 10.12.46 AM

You can find the crocheted unicorn pattern at One Dog Woof.

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