Hello dear crochet friends! Don’t you love a simple yet cute amigurumi free pattern? Yes? Me too! And since I’m the nicest crochet designer ever (just kidding or am I?), today I’m sharing with you the pattern of my little amigurumi cloud. It will be perfect for bedroom decor, baby mobile, a keychain…
I often get asked if a project is beginner-friendly or not. Most of the time I’m unsure of what I should answer to that question, because I firmly believe that you can be a beginner and challenge yourself with mild to big projects. But for this pattern I can tell you this: if you are a beginner and know how to crochet in rounds, then this will be the perfect project for you! It’s simple and you can finish it in a day. Firstly, let’s see what we will need for this project.
Material for the Amigurumi Cloud:
- 100% white cotton yarn Ricorumi DK, 25g/57,5m or any cotton yarn made for amigurumi
- A 3 mm crochet hook
- polyester fiberfill for stuffing
- a sewing needle and stitch markers
And that’s all you will need! But before skipping to the good part, let me remind you quickly the abbreviations I’m using for this pattern.
sl st: slip stitch
sc: single crochet
f/o: fasten off
Pattern of the Crochet Amigurumi Cloud:
(note: fill the crochet amigurumi cloud with the polyester fiber little by little as you go)
Start with a magic circle
R1: 6 sc in the circle (6)
R2: (inc in each stitch) x6 (12)
R3: (1 sc, inc) x6 (18)
R4: (2 sc, inc) x6 (24)
R5 to R8: 24 sc (= total of 4 rounds)
R9: 4 sc, 6 inc, 14 sc (30)
R10: 30 sc (30)
R11: 10 sc, 4 inc, 16 sc (34)
R12 to R19: 34 sc (= total of 8 rounds)
R20: 12 sc, 4 dec, 14 sc (30)
R21: 30 sc (30)
R22: 8 sc, 6 dec, 10 sc (24)
R23: 9 sc, 2 dec, 11 sc (22)
R24: 7 sc, 6 inc, 9 sc (28)
R25 to R31: 28 sc (= total of 7 rounds)
R32: 9 sc, 6 dec, 7 sc (22)
R33: 7 sc, 4 dec, 7 sc (18)
R34 to R35: 18 sc (= total of 2 rounds)
R36: (1sc, dec) x6 (12)
R37: 6 dec (6)
In order to finish your cloud, close the hole with the sewing needle. After that weave in the ends, and then you will be finally done!
How cute it is seriously! Don’t forget to share pictures of your finished item with me on my different social medias, you have the choice as I am on quite a lot of them! haha You can post pictures in Ravelry and give a review there, it’s highly appreciated.
Also feel free to post a comment to share with me your thoughts on my design, pattern or anything else, I will be happy to read you!