The Crochet Tinker Bell Amigurumi Pattern guides you in crafting a fairy friend straight from Neverland. With this charming pattern, you can add a touch of pixie magic to your handcrafted collection.
Crochet Tinker Bell Amigurumi Pattern
Immerse yourself in the world of Neverland with the Crochet Tinker Bell Amigurumi Pattern. This charming amigurumi pattern helps you craft a delightful representation of the famous fairy with her signature green dress and wings. The delicate facial features, golden yarn hair, and tiny shoes complete this magical character. Ideal for collectors and fairy tale enthusiasts or as a nursery gift, this Tinker Bell amigurumi promises a heartwarming creation.
Making Your Crochet Tinker Bell Amigurumi
- Green yarn (for dresses and slippers)
- Yellow yarn (for hair)
- Skin-colored yarn (for head, arms, and legs)
- White or shimmering yarn (for wings)
- Crochet hook suitable for your yarn weight
- Fiberfill for stuffing
- Yarn needle for sewing
- Safety eyes
- Black embroidery thread (for eyelashes and mouth)
- MR: Magic ring
- ch: Chain
- sc: Single crochet
- hdc: Half double crochet
- dc: Double crochet
- st(s): Stitch(es)
- inc: Increase (2 sc in one stitch)
- dec: Decrease (sc 2 sts together)
- sl st: Slip stitch
Step by step Pattern
- With skin-colored yarn, start with MR.
- Work in rounds, sc 6 sts into MR.
- Inc in each st around.
- Sc 1, inc repeat around.
- Continue increasing in a pattern for a dome shape.
- After the head reaches the desired size, it starts decreasing to form the bottom of the head. Insert safety eyes and begin stuffing with fiberfill.
- Finish off, leaving a long tail for sewing.
- With green yarn, start with MR.
- Alternate between increasing and sc rounds to create a tapered body shape.
- Finish on a dec round for the waist, and switch to flesh-colored yarn for the neck.
- Continue for a few rounds for the neck, then sl st and leave the long tail for sewing.
Arms (make 2):
- With skin-colored yarn, start with MR.
- Work SC in MR for several rounds, stuffing lightly.
- Sew arms onto the body at shoulder height.
Legs (make 2):
- With skin-colored yarn, sc in MR just like the arms.
- Work enough rounds to reach the desired leg length, including at the sides for the hips.
- After the legs, use green yarn to create feet resembling slippers. Stuff and sew to body.
Wings (make 2 or 4):
- Use white or shimmering yarn. Begin with MR.
- Chain and work hdc, dc into MR, creating wing shape.
- Work 2-4 individual wings, depending on the desired look.
- Sew or stitch wings to the back of the body securely.
- Add strands to the head with yellow yarn, or crochet a cap using hdc for added texture.
- Style hair into Tinker Bell's iconic bun.
- Use green yarn to crochet a skirt starting from the waist, increasing for flare.
- Attach to the body directly or make a separate piece and sew on.
- Sew face details with embroidery thread.
- Crochet a tiny pom-pom with green yarn and attach it to the shoes.
- Add any additional embellishments you desire.
- Attach all parts using a yarn needle.
- Position the arms and legs and sew them firmly.
- Sew the head to the body.
- Attach the hair, making sure to style and secure it properly.
- Finally, secure the wings on the back.
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