Category Archives: Pattern

Classic Link Amigurumi

Pattern can be downloaded immediately after purchase

Have your own crocheted Link sitting safe and sound on your dresser or hanging on your back pack! This little Link from The Legend of Zelda miniature amigurumi measures about 2 inches tall when finished and includes 5 unique video tutorials to help you get through the tough parts!

Materials needed:
– Worsted Weight yarn
– Size US-G/4.00mm
– Needle to sew in ends
– Scissors
– A small amount of stuffing
– Pipe cleaner
Stitches used:
– Sl.st (slip stitch)
– Sc (Single crochet)
– Dec (Decrease)
Difficulty: ● ● ● ○ ○
*Includes video tutorials!*

Princess Leia Amigurumi



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Bulbasaur Mini Amigurumi Pattern


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Bummer, you missed it, but I made this guy during a live stream! I do them every week and if you’re watching live you get the pattern for free!

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How to Crochet: a Pac-Man Ghost

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I was getting ready for Halloween and started making a ghost, when I thought… “Wait.. why don’t I just turn this into a Pac-Man Ghost!” So I did!

This pattern is my very first Pocket Pattern! What’s a pocket pattern? I’m glad you asked Louie!

 

Pocket Patterns are free printer friendly PDF’s that can be easily folded up into a small booklet and taken on the go!

I explain it all in the video after the jump…

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How to Crochet: David Bowie


crocheted david bowie ziggy stardustI made this little Ziggy Stardust last night to pay tribute to David Bowie, who sadly passed away. A lot of people wanted to get the pattern for it, so I spent all night designing it. I’m putting it up for free for this month only, so download it now up above!

Todays pattern is brought to you by…. you! No seriously, I couldn’t do this without my Patreon supporters so if you wanna help out and get a bunch of other perks (other than being awesome) check out my Patreon page here!

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How to Crochet: a Tie Fighter

IMG_1674The new Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie is coming out soon, like next week soon. So I thought it would be fun to make a few patterns to celebrate!

Todays pattern is brought to you by…. you! No seriously, I couldn’t do this without my Patreon supporters so if you wanna help out and get a bunch of other perks (other than being awesome) check out my Patreon page here!

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How to Crochet: Acorns

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You can thank my mom for this pattern, who requested me to make around 20 of these little acorns, so thanks mom!

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How to make: ? Block

 

This month I’m dedicating entirely to the Mushroom kingdom! Why? Because why not!?You can learn how to make all the different miniature Mario villians and items with my new Crocheted Mini Mario Villains pattern bundle in my shop here:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/LouiesLoops?section_id=10439780 <

And check out the free video pattern for a mini ? Block below!!

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Materials needed:
– Worsted Weight Yarn
– 7  Mesh Plastic Canvas
– Needle to sew in ends
Stitches used:
– None
Difficulty: ● ● ● ● ○
*Includes video tutorials!*


Part 1:
Time stamps in red are for video 1
 
Cut out 6 squares 5×5 out of the mesh plastic. (1:30 – 3:30 )
Cut the edges to make them smooth.
 
Using two strands of yellow yarn and a sharp needle sew the color fully onto the mesh plastic from corner to corner. (3:30 – 7:30 )

When it’s fully covered tie it together in the back and cut loose

 
Repeat this process for all 6 squares
 
For 4 out of the 6 squares:
Using a strand of white yarn sew on a ? on the face (1:30 – 12:00 )
 
 
Part 2:




(view diagrams above for extra help)

Using 2 long strands of yellow yarn and a sharp, long needle, begin sewing together 2 squares, 1 “?” and one blank. This “?” will act as our front and the blank will act as our top. (1 above)
Work down and connect another “?” which will act as our right side (2)
Work back across connecting another “blank” side, acting as our bottom (3)
Work back up, towards where we started connecting yet another “?” side, this will act as our left side (4)
Work towards the back connecting our left and top panels (5)
Work across to the right side connecting our final “?” panel, this will act as our back side (6)
Going back down, connect our back and right panels (7)
Across to the left, connect the bottom and back panels (8)
Working back up, connect the left and back panels together (9)
Pull the yarn and needle through and across, back to the beginning of where 9 started, be sure to work on the inside of the cube. Working back towards the front, sew together the bottom and left side of the piece (10)
Pull the yarn across to the right side and work together the right side and bottom panels, working towards the back panel (11)
Stuff slightly here by pinching the piece together (opening a side) and stuffing with a pencil.
Finally pull the yarn towards the top, through the cube itself (not the outside) and sew together the top and right panels (12)
Cut and hide both ends into the piece.


And don’t forget, you can learn how to make the whole lot of these characters, as well as how to make the shell into a Blue Shell with the new eBook in my shop here:

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