Amigurumi Critter Pattern – Fox, Squirrel, Penguin, Chick and Hamster oh my!

Foxes, Squirrels, Penguins, Baby Chicks, Hamsters OH MY!

Group shot!
Amigurumi Critters 1

This pattern seriously took me almost 8 months to finish. Why? School interference, computer breaking down taking my progress photos with it and mass pattern testing.

My idea was to make a template body and from there, branch off into multiple creatures. Of course, testing each critter was a pain and took awhile.

Amigurumi Critters 2

Plotting together

Amigurumi Critters 3

5 pin bowling…. mebe

Onto each of the critters!

Squirrel 2 Squirrel 1
Squirrel – I modelled this guy after the polymer clay version I’ve created. Super cute and cheeky!

Fox 2 Fox 1
Foxy – My own interpretation of a cute fox with extra stumpyness. The tail is ultra cute!

Amigurumi Critters 6
Amigurumi Critters 5

all tails

Penguin 2 Penguin 1
Penguin – my prototype for a Prinny… Keep an eye out, once I got spare time, he’s becoming a Prinny.. Dood.

Chickie – was my pattern hint awhile back cuuute!

Amigurumi Critters 4

Oddly, I didn’t take many pics of Hammy the Hamster, but you may remember his sneak preview shot.
Preview 2

Phew, that was a lot of pics and tons of work. With this pattern, I also added 7 variations that I have no freaking time to crochet them all and test!

To get started on making your own critter, buy now via Ravelry (no account needed!) or visit my Etsy Shop to snag a pattern!

Polymer Cute

Firstly, Happy Canada Day! ♫ ♫ ♫

Lately, I’ve been working on a blanket (ugggg hate large projects), fishnetty bags, plotting new amigurumi and sculpting.

Polymer clay (ya know, FIMO, Sculpey brands) seems more attractive at first for kids and bead making. However, they are lightweight, fast hardening time, paintable, and durable. Check out the tools and my Canada Day mani <3

I loved sculpting when I was in highschool, however never did anything past that as the materials are freaking expensive or messy (and I’m the type who really makes a mess). I found sculpting with polymer clay to fulfill that sculpting void in me. Try it out sometime!

I made a sculpture version of my Orca Amigurumi (not as round though)
Orca Charm

Another two I made:
Squirrel Charm
Chickie Charm

I put these one of a kind charms for adoption on my etsy page

♥ Check back soon for a new free pattern! ♥