Small elf pattern in Dutch

free crocheted elf pattern

Good news, the small elf pattern is now available in Dutch! Thank you so much, Jeannette for translating! You can download the pdf here or here.

Also available in English and Estonian.

Mermaid pattern

After taking a break over this summer I am back working on new and exciting patterns, starting with this little mermaid.

Amigurumi mermaid pattern // Kristi Tullus (

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Free Pattern: Small Christmas Elf

Free crochet pattern: Small Christmas Elf // Kristi Tullus (

Last year I wrote patterns for Christmas elves, but they are quite detailed and take a bit of time to make. And since I know December is the busiest time for all crafters, I thought this year I would make a little elf doll that is smaller and simpler - perfect as a last minute present or if you need to work up a whole bunch.

free amigurumi elf pattern

They are not complicated to crochet, but do include some small details, which can be a bit fiddly to make. But if you have some patience and enjoy working on small details, it's right up your alley. Happy crocheting!

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The idea of making dolls with removable clothes has been brewing for a long time, I just wanted to really think things through and make sure the clothes don't turn out too bulky. And I am really happy with the way this little doll turned out.

Crochet pattern: Amigurumi doll with dress and shoes // Kristi Tullus (

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Dolls are definitely one of my favorite toys to make - endless outfits, hair styles and details to try. I have kept the size and basic pattern of all my dolls the same, so everyone can mix and match.

PATTERN: Amigurumi angel // Kristi Tullus (

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Elf Girl

Meet the second member of my elf family! I had so much fun making this little girl.

This is an intermediate pattern which includes different crochet stitches, color changes and quite a lot of details. If you are a novice toy maker and want to learn something new, you can still give it a try - I included detailed instructions, with step-by-step photos. But it does take quite a lot of patience.

You can find the pattern on Etsy, Ravelry or Craftsy.

And the elf I made when writing the pattern is also looking for a new home, take a look HERE.



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