Searching for a no-sew amigurumi pattern, a fast crochet project, or maybe just a cute kawaii amigurumi?! This is the place for you! Have you seen the Ice cream cone before? It makes a great set with the Cupcake!
Today I share this mini Cupcake amigurumi free pattern! The best part, no need for sewing!
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No Sew Mini Cupcake free amigurumi pattern
- 2mm crochet hook
- Light worsted (DK – double knitting) in 2 different colors. Cotton yarn.
- Black thread for embroidering the eyes
- Stuffing material
- Sewing needle.
- Or, you can use safety eyes! The position is at the end of this post.
Finish size: 5cm
For a low-cost (3 USD) printable pattern, you can find it in Ravelry here!
And on Etsy here!
Terms and abbreviations (US terms):
Single crochet (sc): insert the hook into the stitch, pull up a loop yarn over the needle, you will have two loops on the hook, yarn over the needle and pull it through the two loops.
Double crochet (dc): yarn over, insert your hook, yarn over and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through two loops, yarn over and pull through the remaining two loops
Increase (inc): make two single crochet inside the same stitch.
Decrease (dec): Insert hook into front loop only of next two stitches, yarn under, pull through, you will have two loops on the hook. Yarn under and pull through both loops on the hook.
Back loop Slip stitch (blsl): Insert hook into the back loop only of the stitch, yarn under, pull through both stitch and loop on hook.
With red yarn start,
1 rnd 6sc in a magic ring
2 rnd 6inc Total 12sts
3 rnd 12sc
4 rnd 6dec Total 6sts
- Use the remaining tail from the begining of the yarn to add outside of the cherry, creating a peduncle.
- Change to white color yarn,
5 rnd FL 6inc Total 12sts
6 rnd (1sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 18sts
7 rnd (2sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 24sts
8 rnd (3sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 30sts
9 rnd (4sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 36sts
10 to 13 rnd 36sc
- For the next round you will work only in the front loop of the stitch.
14 rnd FL(sk1, 3dc in the same st, 1sl) repeat 12 times
- Change to dark beige yarn
- For the next round, you will work in the remaining back loop of round 13.
15 rnd 36BLsc
16 and 17 rnd 36sc
18 rnd (4sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 30sts
19 and 20 rnd 30sc
- For the next round you will work in the back loop only of the stitch.
21 rnd BL (3sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 24sts
- From here on, make the single crochet taking both loops normally.
22 rnd (2sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 18sts
- Stop here to add stuffing material.
23 rnd (1sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 12sts
- Cut the yarn and fasten it off.
1. With a different color yarn, add a couple of sprinkles on top of the cupcake.
2. If you want to add eyes and mouth, place the eyes at round 10 leaving 5 stitches between the eyes. And embroider the mouth one round under the eyes.
Your mini Cupcake amigurumi is ready!
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