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The Basic Stitches of Amigurumi

Whether these stitches are new to you or you are just here for a quick refresher before starting your next project, I hope you find these tutorials helpful and clear.

These skills and stitches are the foundation for great amigurumi and all other crochet.

Table of Contents

Walking Slip Knot

Chain (ch)

Single Crochet (sc)

Half Double Crochet (hdc)

Double Crochet (dc)

Increase and Invisible Increase (inc)

Decrease and Invisible Decrease (dec)

Mattress Stitch (sewing together parts)

Working in the Round


Walking Slip Knot


Chain (ch)


Single Crochet (sc)


Half Double Crochet (hdc)


Double Crochet (dc)


Increase and Invisible Increase (inc)


Decrease and Invisible Decrease (dec)


Mattress Stitch (sewing amigurumi parts)

COMING SOON!


Working in the Round

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6 Comments

  1. Just purchased your Vincent pattern. Looking forward too it.
    I am sure I will need help as I am new to Amigurumi

  2. bonjour. j ai commandé Ulyssa the Unicorn. je ne comprend pas comment faire Front knee to Hoof merci pour votre réponse

  3. it ‘s says free pattern then it says to pay $8.00 so isn’t free or not? do you have a video for the pillow I’m better at following a long on a video then a pattern

    1. There’s a free version on the desktop here but you can also buy the in-depth version (with check boxes and photos, ad free of course) on etsy and another 3rd party site. I used the free version for a while but ended up buying the etsy pattern since I’m a bit more of a beginner.

  4. I purchased your Dragon Eye Pillow pattern & I look forward to making this!

    I am more of a visual person with dyslexia so reading this pattern then to transfer it into reality is very difficultfor me.

    Do you offer any videos of this pattern on YouTube or elsewhere that would help me?

    Thank you!

  5. Hi, Kati. Last year I made 2 of the wonderful Dragonlings and had no trouble. I am now trying to do the back ridges on a 3rd and cannot it to come out at all. I wonder if you could expand on the direction for the back ridges, or maybe send a tutorial?

    Thank you for all you do,
    Jean

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