Five techniques to take your amigurumi to the next level

If you are already an expert toy maker, you have probably heard about all these tips before (and most likely are using them as well). But for anyone new in the world of amigurumi, I thought I would put together a little list with techniques I found really improved the look of my toys.

Crochet sheep kit

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Unicorn pattern

Today I have a little bit of magic to share with you.

Amigurumi unicorn pattern

You can get the pattern on ETSY, RAVELRY or KRISTITULLUS.COM.

FREE PATTERN: Tiny Rhino

My little hippo now has a rhino cousin - just as tiny and cute and really fun to make.

Free

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Small Zebra Pattern

And now there's a smaller version of my zebra pattern available as well! At 24 cm (9 1/2") tall it's about 2/3 the size of the larger one, but takes less than half the time to make. I really love the minis, so I'll be adding more in the future, next up is a little fox.

Amigurumi zebra pattern and tutorial

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Free pattern: Small long-legged teddy bear

I have already made little bunnies and a cat using the same basic body pattern, but I think it works great as a teddy bear as well. 

Free crochet pattern: Small long-legged teddy bear // Kristi Tullus (spire.ee)

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New Doll Pattern

I've been wanting to do a collection of dolls with different animal outfits for a long time, lets kick things off with this little guy in a fox costume.

Amigurumi doll pattern

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