Have you ever wished that you could make all of those no-sew amigurumi crochet patterns but don’t know where to begin? It’s your lucky day because today I am going to teach you how to make them with the crochet branching technique! How to branch crochet parts is pretty easy once you understand how to do it!
I use this technique in a lot in my patterns. For example, my Vincent, Charlie, and Toby patterns all use this for their claws. It’s also the primary technique for the tripod-seated animals Babineaux and Anduin that I’ve designed.
This crochet tutorial uses US crochet terms. You will need to know basic amigurumi techniques to make this.
If you aren’t a fan of sewing, then branching is just the technique you need to add to your amigurumi repertoire! You’ll be making all the no-sew amigurumi crochet patterns in no time!
By using the branching technique, you can crochet off of the main piece of your amigurumi and add all of the parts for it with just your yarn and hook. No extra sewing is needed!
How to Crochet Branching Video Tutorial: no-sew amigurumi crochet patterns
Keep practicing, and you will have it down in no time!
Kati is the designer behind Hooked by Kati. With thousands of patterns sold around the world, Kati prides herself in creating innovative, easy-to-follow amigurumi patterns. She has designed for several publications, including Crochet!, Crochet World, Simply Crochet, and I Like Crochet. Kati finds her inspiration in science fiction, video games, and numerous visits to the zoo — all passions she shares with her husband and two boys.