Penguin Amigurumi Crochet Pattern
Amigurumi is a word of Japanese origin. “Ami” means crochet and needles, and “nuigurumi” means stuffed animal. These toys, which are made with a crochet hook and frequent needles, have become popular in recent years. Everyone can try and develop the art of amigurumi, which quickly spread around the world after being used in Japan, for making toys for their child or for hobbies.
Buttons, decorative materials, or pieces of colored fabric that match the shape of your toy you created.
By purchasing these materials, you can make amigurumi from any type of thread, but of your choice, thin threads without pilling are more suitable for amigurumi art. When choosing a rope, you need to pay attention to the quality of the rope, which will not break easily.
As I’ve announced before, here’s the free pattern of my sweet PenguBen. Although there’s one little trick: yes, I’ve posted the whole pattern of the penguin, BUT except for the hat-scarf-mitten set! I’ll share the set’s pattern with only the ones who finish the Ben 😌 You can make the penguin without that, of course, he’s cute as it is 🐧 Or you can share its finished pic and I’ll give you the free pattern of the set.