Adding Felt to Amigurumi

amigurumi penguin

I followed a pattern from the amigurumi book El Mundo De Pica Pau. I wanted to add my own personal touch to the pattern. I decided to add a fuzzy beige colored felt to the face of my penguin. It was my first time ever using a fell stitch to add felt to my crochet. I definitely made a few mistakes while trying to keep the space between stitches even. I think these little imperfections add some character to my penguin!

I detailed all of the steps that I took to add felt details to my amigurumi bellow:

1. Gather Materials

Get together a few pins, thread, felt, scissors, needle, and paper. adding felt to amigurumi materials

2. Map out the shape of your felt on your amigurumi with pins.

I divided the stitches in half and marked out the width, height, and general shape that I wanted my felt to be.

adding felt to amigurumi pins

3. Sketch out the pinned area.

adding felt to amigurumi drawing

4. Adjust the paper to the size of the pinned area.

adding felt to amigurumi cut paper

5. Use the paper as a template for your felt pieces.

6. Pin the felt to your amigurumi. Attach the felt with the fell stitch.

I learned the fell stitch from this youtube video. It’s really easy to pick up!

Now you can add the finishing touches to your amigurumi!

 

If you want to try out this pattern you can purchase El Mundo De Pica Pau on Amazon.


 

Disclosure: Please note that the links to materials that I’ve provided are affiliate links. This means that at no additional cost to you, I’ll earn a small commission if you decide to purchase these supplies online. Please understand that I recommend these products because they are what I actually used while making this pattern.

 

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