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Vampire Amigurumi

In this tutorial, we'll be crocheting a Vampire amigurumi pod puppet. This pattern is made all in one piece using color changes, but you will have to sew on the collar and cape. To make this a bit easier, I'm also including this new amigurumi color chart that I created to help better understand and explain color changes for your amigurumi!

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In this tutorial, we’ll be crocheting a Vampire amigurumi pod puppet. This pattern is made all in one piece using color changes, but you will have to sew on the collar and cape. To make this a bit easier, I’m also including this new amigurumi color chart that I created to help better understand and explain color changes for your amigurumi! 

Louie Mensinger

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Louie's Loops

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Difficulty

Medium

Time

~ 45 mins

What you'll create

What you'll learn

01

Cape

02

Collar

03

Written and Color Chart Combined

04

Color Chart Alone

What you'll need

Cotton Yarn

Weight:

Colors:

  • Off-White
  • Grey
  • Black
  • Maroon
  • White

Crochet Hook: Size G6 / 4.00mm

Safety Bead Eyes: Size 6.00mm

Darning Needle

Stuffing

Abbreviations

FLO/BLO

Front / Back Loops Only

Color Chart Key

Border = Stitch Type

Look at the border of the square to signify the stitch used

sc = Single Crochet

dec = Decrease

mbo = Mini Bobble Stitch

bo = Bobble Stitch

Brackets = Where to work the stitch

Boxes connected by brackets signify where that stitch is worked into (ie. worked into the same st)

inc = Increase (worked into the same stitch)

BLO = Worked into the back loop only (furthest loop)

FLO = Worked into the front loop only (closest loop)

Color Key

Look at the colors in the square to determine the color of the stitch.

Solid bordered squares with two colors require a half color change. Make the first pull through, completing the previous stitch, with the first color (Red), and next with the second color (Green).

The number above of the box is the stitch number in that round (ie. 10 = stitch #10).

Colors Used in this Pattern

Off-White

Grey

Maroon

White

Black

Other Notes

= Where to place the eyes

= Time codes pertain to pattern video

Example Round

Rnd 3: sc 3, bo 1, sc 3, inc 1, sc 7, inc 1 (18)

Other Useful Info

Gauge:

5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1” 
Finished piece is about 2” tall

Worked in the Round

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