I'm glad to see someone's working on the pattern already!
Yeah, continue like that exactly throughout. I was using the idea of hyperbolic crochet to create a really fluffy dress, so I really do mean to have you continue to do that the whole way. That's why the count of stitches is so high!
If you don't want the dress as full, you can increase the spaces between the increases (for example, sc 2, 2 sc in next sc).
If there is an asterik between the beginning and the part where it says continue to follow pattern until end of round 5, then yes you go in a spiral. make sure you have a stitch marker at the beginning of round 2 so you know when you come to the end of that round and move it up for round 3, and so on. That way you know exactly where you are on round 5 and yes the 213 sc total will help you know if you are on track :)
ETA: I see Laura already answered you :)
I just downloaded the pattern and yeah, you will to repeat the same row 2 for 3,4 & 5, You will have to use a marker like a safety pin to mark the beginning of your row as is normally the case with amigurumi. I missed the earlier 6 free patterns. Could you please email them to me at shimona_a at yahoo dot com? Thanks a lot!
Paige524, your Ellie is absolutely adorable! I love your color choice too. It makes her so fun and whimsical.
Noticed a possible mistake in the pattern for July's Sunny the Bunny. On the body, it says it is worked starting at the top of the body. I am assuming by the picture and how the skirt/dress looks, that is in fact worked starting at the bottom. Also thank you for clarifying the spiral. Used to seeing in a pattern Rnds whatever through rnd whatever: repeat round such and such. That is why I was asking because I also didn't see to add intervals or anything. Just wanted to double check is all.
Here is what I am talking about:
Rnds 1–6: With MC, beg at top of body, work Rnds 1–6
of head—42 sc.
Rnds 7–8: Sc around, changing to CC1 in last sc of Rnd.
But then the picture doesn't make since with that instruction:
Am I misunderstanding or misreading something? Or is it a mistake?
Yes, looks like there is a mistake in there. When I get home from work I'm gonna check my original to see how I made that mistake.
Sorry about that.
You are absolutely right in that the body is worked from the bunny's bottom at the beginning and when you FO, it will be at her neck. I hope others who catch that will see this message as well.
Oh ty! Wasn't trying to tell you how to write patterns or be rude, I thought I was loosing my mind...it is pretty late lol. But thank you for replying! I am loving this pattern so much!! Just didn't want to mess it up and thought it better to ask to make sure :) Thanks again!!
Of course! I'm glad that you asked that question because if anyone else finds it, their answer will be ready and waiting. That's why I made sure to keep up with the board for this month. I want to be here to help anyone who needs it, and also be able to see any finished projects anyone does! I'm really excited!
Coalaksa, I'll email you June if you send me July. I did the same thing; bought the calendar thinking the patterns were on it.
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I just used what I had on hand that would match which isn't a whole lot lol. So obviously she isn't EXACTLY like the original, but I think she is still sweet looking :) What do you think? She was a lot of fun to make too :)
Oh my god that is so cute!!!
I had played around with the idea of a "cherry pie" version of her before, but never got the time. I think the pinks really work well!!!
Great job! I'm super happy to see this, so thank you for posting your lovely work!
greetings from Malaysia! i had just started to crochet amigurumi recently (3 months ago, i had no idea how to crochet) and found this website online. i managed to download the pretty sunflower bunny and plan to start real soon.
however, i have missed the "ayo and kiki the monkeys". can anyone, kindly share with me the pattern? my email is email@example.com. i really love the monkeys and wanna try to make them too.
best wishes, Pauline
I am so thrilled with the excitement everyone in this group has for crocheting amigurumi. I love that you love each of these cute critters as much as I do. In fact, we at Interweave all loved them so much we came up with the plan to offer one pattern for free for the first week of each month.
Because of the cost of pattern tech editing, paying the designers, photography, and designing the patterns, we knew we could not offer all of the patterns for free for more than a limited time.
I know you are all just extremely excited about these cute amigurumi, but I would like to remind you to please not share the patterns through email or print. Thank you for respecting all we do to bring these adorable patterns to you.
oh well, no chance for me then. haha. it's okay. thanks, i'll pay attention to next pattern! ^-^