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Chubby Mushroom Crochet Pattern (Pt 1/2)

~A $10.85 CAD written pattern by Wonder Wishes Studio inspired by a Maplestory mushroom amigurumi commission~

This amigurumi pattern is a creation from Wonder Wishes Studio. Copyright © 2023 Wonder Wishes Studio. All rights reserved.

Please do not publish or distribute the content here, including the images, pattern and instructions. Do not reproduce any part of this page for commercial use.

Hello! Here is part 1 of this chubby mushroom crochet 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 mushrooms. If you run into any questions or problems with the pattern, feel free to message me here, on Etsy, or Instagram @wonderwishes_cherrie.

~EDIT~ This pattern currently has no photos or additional instructions beyond the crochet pattern I recorded when designing. It has not been tested yet either but it is being made available for a special request. Once you purchase this pattern, you'll be able to see new updates and instructions I add in the future.

This pattern is written in US crochet terminology.

Difficulty: Intermediate (uses single crochet stitches, a medium-sized project, requires changing colours, requires sewing parts together, uses continuous rounds, requires embroidering face, shaping with sewing)

Language: English


As a guide for you, I make my mushroom with medium worsted yarn (size 4) and a 3.5mm hook. This yarn and hook combination creates a mushroom that is about 14cm tall and 13cm wide. You may use any size yarn and hook you desire; just remember that your finished product may differ in size. Size will also vary depending on your crochet tension~

Materials Used:

Coming soon

Stitch Abbreviations:

  • Chain ➤ ch

  • Single crochet ➤ sc

  • Single crochet increase ➤ inc

  • Single crochet decrease ➤ dec

  • Slip stitch ➤ sl st

  • Fasten off ➤ f.o.

  • R or 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

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