This is for Part 2 of the Heirloom Bear-Clops Amigurumi/ Crochet Pattern. I've finally decided to put this beautiful, creepy amigurumi on my blog. I really do hope you guys love my Bear-Clops. It was trial and error in order for me to get that kawaii aesthetic that I crave in my crochet work. Keep Count & Stay Creative, my friends!
In the story of the Chem Trail Critters, the Frog is the hero. Like most heroes, Chem Trail Frog smiles through the pain. Like with the rest of his friends, Chem Trail Frog is meant to be crocheted with a spiral colored yarn, so no two amigurumi frogs are alike. This is how you make your amigurumi pieces one of a kind on a budget.
I meant to make a koala from this, but while free forming, this Chem Trail Parrot amigurumi was the beautiful result. I always intended for this pattern to be used with spiral colored yarn just because as you make more of this or any other Chem Trail Critters, no two are alike, making this amigurumi absolutely unique. Enjoy!
I made this Chem Trail Amigurumi Bunny with the intention of making more than one. Using the spiral colored yarn, no two Chem Trail Bunnies are alike. I wanted a cute amigurumi that was easy to make, but also easily unique in its own creation. I hope you enjoy making this simple, yet unique darling bunny. Enjoy!
This is for the FREE Small Kitty Cult Amigurumi Pattern.
This little darling fits perfectly into the palm of your hand. It is the perfect gift for young children’s birthdays. And it is the simplest design with materials being just yarn and stuffing. No plastic eyes needed! I hope you enjoy making this as much as I did!