-A $12 CAD written pattern by Wonder Wishes Studio, inspired by a Bun-chan amigurumi commission-
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Hello! Here is part 1 of the Bun-chan pattern, purchase required but I'll make the pattern details/info available to everyone to help you decide if you'd like to purchase~ Thank you for the support! In this set of blog posts, you will find written instructions and images on how I create my Bun-chans. If you run into any questions or problems with the pattern, feel free to message me here, on Etsy, or Instagram @wonderwishes_cherrie! Edit: the pdf file that combines the bun-chan blog posts has been added to part 3. Download for offline viewing and crocheting~
This pattern is written in US crochet terminology.
Difficulty: Difficult (requires sewing smaller crochet pieces together and then continuing it as one piece, uses single crochet stitches, a project with lots of steps & requires patience please~, requires changing colours, requires sewing parts together, uses both continuous & joined rounds, crocheting with embroidery thread, shaping with sewing)
As a guide for you, I make my Bun-chan's with medium worsted yarn (size 4) and a 3.5 mm hook. This yarn and hook combination creates a birb that is about 16 cm tall. You may use any size yarn and hook you desire; just remember that your finished Bun-chan may differ in size. Size will also vary depending on your crochet tension~
Feel free to change out any colours according to your liking.
Optional: Sewing pins
Tie materials 👇
*You can make the tie however you prefer, ex. cut felt, needle felting, or crocheting. For crocheting, you will need embroidery thread and a 2.0mm crochet hook. I will provide the pattern for a single coloured tie. Colour changing is rather complex but I will include it in the comments section of part 3 unofficially for those who'd want to attempt it.
Crochet Stitches Used:
chain stitch, single crochet, single crochet increase, single crochet decrease, slip stitch, slip knot
Amigurumi Techniques Used:
magic circle, working in continuous and joined rounds, working in rows, sewing parts together, joining smaller crochet pieces together to make 1 larger crochet piece, changing colours, shaping with sewing
Chain ➤ ch
Single crochet ➤ sc
Single crochet increase ➤ inc
Single crochet decrease ➤ dec
Slip stitch ➤ sl st
Fasten off ➤ f.o.
R ➤ round (or row)
rnd ➤ round
x ➤ repeat what’s inside the brackets, the number after the “x” indicates how many times you repeat
Instructions within round brackets (…) indicate which stitches are repeated
Numbers in square brackets […] indicate the number of stitches in the round