Santa's Favorite Helper

Santa's Favorite Helper

Santas Favorite Helper
Santas Favorite Helper
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Santa's Favorite Helper is a Christmas crochet pattern that you can't miss. Amigurumi dolls make great decorations, and this elf will fit right in with all the holiday festivities. Complete with a scarf and a belt, this elf amigurumi pattern looks ready to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year. If you are wanting to crochet and keep in the Christmas spirit, then this is the perfect project for you—and you can put it on the nice list because it is an easy crochet pattern that won't stress you out. You can work up several of these so Santa has an entire workshop based at your home, which will delight your little ones.

Santa's Favorite Helper is part of the Winter Bust series, so be sure to check out his other companions: Festive Crochet Christmas Tree AmigurumiFriendly Reindeer Amigurumi, and Serene Christmas Angel Amigurumi.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Size 3.5 (E) or 3 mm crochet hook
  • Fine/sport-weight yarn (brown, yellow, green, red, and skin color)
  • Stuffing

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This is a nice, basic amigurumi project that can be adapted in several ways. Not only can dress up the elf (add hair and accessories, or change the gender or color of the outfit), but it would make a nice little bean bag, too, if you were to stuff the bottom portion with something heavier than fiber fill. Ive done this with similarly shaped amigurumi, and it works well to keep them in place.

This is so cute. I would like to make two and have them sit on my fireplace. I think I will make one like shown and then one in reverse colors.they will look like elf on the shelf. My grand kids will love them. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern.

This is adorable! I love how tiny and precious this looks.

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