AMIGURUMI PATTERN/ TUTORIAL - Felix the Happy Little Penguin
This is a PATTERN for making an amigurumi penguin and NOT the finished product. The PDF is only available in English. US crochet terminology is used.
Copyright ©︎ 2019 Chie Powles. Contents of this document MAY NOT be copied, reproduced, altered, published or distributed in any way. You MAY NOT sell finished products made with this pattern for mass production/commercial purposes. Please credit Chie Powles as the designer when sharing your work on SNS and other public spaces (Chie Powles, www.aidieandjellybean.com).
This pattern is very versatile. You can use any type of yarn with appropriate sized hooks to create different sized/coloured/textured penguins with this pattern. The best part about an amigurumi is that each and every one is unique and different. So create and enjoy your very own happy penguin!
Skill Level - Beginner / Intermediate
You will need to know the basics of crocheting to understand this pattern.
- Crocheting in spiral
- Working in single crochet
- Working in half double crochet
- Working in double crochet
- Slip stitch
- Increasing and decreasing
- Basic sewing skills
Step by step instructions are provided along with 65 corresponding photos of each process and the finished penguin.
Materials you will need:
- 1.00mm crochet hook
- 3.00mm crochet hook
- Yarn and lace yarn (doll eyes optional)
- Toy stuffing (polyester fibrefill)
- Yarn needle and sewing needle
Crochet abbreviations found in this pattern:
st(s) = stitch(es)
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
hdc = half double crochet
sl st = slip stitch
inc = increase (2 sc in one stitch)
dec = decrease (2 sc together)
(…) = repeat the instructions in the brackets the given number of times
[…] = total number of stitches
Copyright ©︎ 2018 Chie Powles. Contents of this document MAY NOT be copied, reproduced, altered, published or distributed in any way. You MAY NOT sell finished products made with this pattern for commercial purposes. FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. Please credit Chie Powles as the designer when sharing your work on SNS and other public spaces (Chie Powles, www.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com).