Cuddly Rudolph Amigurumi

Cuddly Rudolph Amigurumi

Cuddly Rudolph Amigurumi
Cuddly Rudolph Amigurumi
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Rudolph is many things: the hero of foggy Christmases, beloved helper of Santa, and now, he is the cuddly companion of your little one! The Cuddly Rudolph Amigurumi brings your favorite reindeer to life in this amigurumi free pattern. With adorable little antlers, ears, and the iconic red nose, this Rudolph amigurumi doll will be too cute to resist, so you might just have to make another one to serve as a handmade Christmas decoration. His cheerful personality will be the perfect crochet Christmas pattern to get you in the mood for the holidays.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeApproximately 10 inches tall and 8 inches wide

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn in Brown, Dark Brown, Light Brown, and Red.
  • ┬áSize G crochet hook
  • Two black safety eyes (the ones shown here are 9 mm)
  • Poly-fil stuffing
  • Tapestry needle

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Awww, its a cute Rudolph pillow. I thought amigurumi was actually crocheting or knitting small stuffed creatures. I think this might be a little too big to be classified as amigurumi and that its just a pillow. A very cute pillow nonetheless and would be a great addition to your favorite chair this Christmas season.

This is a follow up to a post I left in August. I said I had to make two of these because I have twin grandsons. Well their 7 year old sister and 5 year old brother each saw me working on them so now I have to make two more. Grandma has to get busy or she will lose her grandma title.

Looks like Ill be adding this project to my granddaughters Crochet A Long this year. I had already planned to do the Christmas Tree version, but shell probably want to do both. I think Ill have us do a green triangle and brown triangle each, then combine our efforts so she can take both home with her. That way, she wont get overwhelmed or feel like she has to finish both at once.

I knew I should not have clicked on this. Now I have yet another thing to add to my Christmas to do list. It's a good thing it's only August. Every time I stop in at this site my list gets longer. I have twin grand dons so everything I make is doubled.

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