Minion from Despicable Me Amigurumi


Minion from Despicable Me Amigurumi


Are you a fan of the movie "Despicable Me" and want your own army of minions? With this fun amigurumi crochet free pattern, you can make all of the minions you want! The Minion from Despicable Me Amigurumi is one of the cutest amigurumi we've seen so far!


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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I love the Minions! This pattern is so cute! Despicable Me 3 comes out this week, and this minion would be perfect for any little boy or girl to carry to the movie! You could also modify the face to look like your favorite minion! I cannot wait to get started!

This is a nice project, but like most amigurumi, it really needs photos to guide the crafter along. The instructions are clearly written and nicely formatted, but there are so many parts it would be helpful to see what youre doing. Youll also have to take your creation along to the craft store for the correct size of google eyes as theres no measurement given.

This is too cute not to make. It would be easy to make it into a one eyed minion also. Change the color to purple and add some wild hair and you have the evil minions. One suggestion . Switch out the googly eyes for safety eyes and you won't have to worry about anything coming off and being swallowed.

@bdgarin71, Inc stands for "increasing stitches." You add stitches to a crocheted row so that it has more stitches than the previous one. Depending on the type of design that youre making, you can increase stitches anywhere in the row: at the beginning, end, or middle; in every other stitch; or anyplace where you want the shaping to occur. --Editor of AllFreeCrochet

I am fairly new to crochet and would like to try this. What does the Inc mean?

@aggie98: It seems that this abbreviation stands for "back loop only," meaning to crochet through the back loop of the stitch. This is also often abbreviated as "tbl" or "through the back loop." Hope this helps! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet

In the instructions for making the goggles, what do you think she means by "BLO sc around"?


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