Pikachu Amigurumi Pattern

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It’s time for a brand new pattern! I hadn’t completed this last week due to a mild illness, so I was a little behind in getting it posted. I’m all better now and have completed my brand new Pikachu Amigurumi Pattern! I’m very excited to be able to share this pattern with you.

This is my first Pokemon pattern that I have made (besides the pokeballs of course). The reason I picked Pikachu was not only because he is the most popular pokemon in the whole franchise, but because my youngest son (he’s six) is completely head over heels in love with Pikachu right now. He had pretty much ‘stolen’ all the pokeball samples that I have made over the last few weeks, and he’s already calling this sample his. I guess I’ll have to make another one soon.

Pikachu Amigurumi Pattern

Just a Little About the Pikachu Amigurumi Pattern

This is an intermediate pattern and will take at least 3 hours to complete, mainly because of all the peices involved. There are 15 pieces total, including the body, ears, tail, stripes, hands, eyes, and feet. The nose and mouth are embroidered on.

This pattern is a paid pattern, and if you’d like to go ahead and download it you can click the link below:

What You’ll Need

This is also included in the instructions; however, I wanted to let you know what was needed for this pattern before you decided to purchase it.

  • Yellow Worsted Weight Yarn – about 30 yards
  • Black Worsted Weight Yarn – maybe 2-3 yards
  • Red Worsted Weight Yarn – about 2-3 yards
  • Brown Worsted Weight Yarn – about 3-5 yards
  • White Worsted Weight Yarn – literally scraps
  • Size E Hook
  • Yarn/Darning Needle
  • Scissors
  • Needle Threader (optional)
  • …and patience!

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The Pikachu Amigurumi Pattern

I really hope you enjoy this pattern. It took quite a while to develop and design, but I think it was well worth it! If you have any questions or find any errors or ways to improve the pattern, please let me know! If you’re ready to purchase the pattern, please use the link below:

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Want More?

If your looking for more Pokemon patterns, check out my Pokeball and Great Ball amigurumi patterns!

Happy crocheting! What’s your favorite pokemon?

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