Free and Easy Trippy Mushroom Baby Rattle Amigurumi Pattern

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Free and Easy Trippy Mushroom Baby Rattle Amigurumi Pattern

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I made this for the hippy-trippy mom-to-be. By making this mushroom baby rattle amigurumi, you will win serious DIY points with your expectant mom. Mushroom Amigurumi is trending right now, but there are no free and easy versions like this out there! I hope you enjoy making this as much as I did.
 
Disclaimers:
Stolen works suck! Especially when you know you’ve put a copyright on each page of your patterns. Nevertheless, we must share our beautiful work with the world, right? The standard rules apply: do NOT resell this pattern, its parts or images. You DO have permission to make as many as your heart desires to sell as side income or to give away, within reason. So, no mass productions or sweat shops, thank you!
 
 
US Terms:
  • MC magic circle/ ring
  • SC single crochet
  • INC increase
  • DEC invisible decrease
  • FLO front loop only
  • FO fasten off
 
 
 
Mushroom Rattle [DO NOT forget the rattle disc]
 
  1. MC, 6 SC
  2. INC, 6X [12]
  3. SC, INC, 6X [18]
  4. 18 SC for 2 rounds
  5. 2 SC, INC, 6X [24]
  6. 3 SC, INC, 6X [30]
  7. 4 SC, INC, 6X [36]
  8. 5 SC, INC, 6X [42]
  9. 42 SC
  10. 5 SC, DEC, 6X [36]
  11. 4 SC, DEC, 6X [30]
  12. Stuff the tip of the mushroom head, place the rattle disc, then stuff the mushroom head where the rattle disc is nestled securely without ‘touching’ the sides, but not too stuffed where you can’t squish the wide part of the mushroom head down.
  13. 3 SC, DEC, 6X [24]
  14. 2 SC, DEC, 6X [18]
  15. SC, DEC, 6X [12]
  16. FLO, 12 SC
  17. 12 sc for 5 rounds
  18. SC, INC, 6X [18]
  19. 18 SC
  20. 2 SC, INC, 6X [24]
  21. FLO, 24 SC
  22. 24 SC
  23. * 24 SC [SC into the BLO of round 20]
  24. 2 SC, DEC, 6X
  25. SC, DEC, 6X
  26. Cinch close, FO, leave a generous tail. Now using a yarn needle, and the long tail, you are going to anchor the mushroom to your desired shape.
Cinching your mushroom head:
From the bottom, you go straight up through the stem and bunch up the mushroom head from round 5 and round 15 [the fat part].
  • You’re gonna pinch the parts of the mushroom head you want to look more lopsided and mushroom-like.
  • Sew rounds 5 and 15 in the places you ‘pinched’ down for your desired shape. The direction of your needle would resemble a writing wonky ‘M’ inside the head.
  • Come back out through the stem, and out the bottom to FO and secure your work. Tuck ends in, and snip off excess.
 
 
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