-A $4 CAD written pattern by Wonder Wishes Studio-
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Hi! This is part 1 of the mochi cat (size S) amigurumi 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 photos on how I create my mochi cats. If you run into any questions or problems with the pattern, feel free to leave a comment here, message me on Etsy, or Instagram @wonderwishes_cherrie!
~EDIT~ The pdf file of these blog posts have been combined and posted at the end of part 2 here so that you can download/read the pattern offline~ https://www.wonderwishesstudio.ca/post/mochi-cat-small-bite-sized-amigurumi-pattern-pt-2-2
This pattern is written in US crochet terminology.
Difficulty: Easy (uses single crochet stitches, a smaller project, requires sewing parts together, uses continuous rounds)
As a guide for you, I make my mochi cats with medium worsted yarn (size 4) and a 3.5 mm hook. This yarn and hook combination creates a cat that is about 5-6 cm in diameter. You may use any size yarn and hook you desire, just remember that your finished mochi cat may be different in size. It may also vary depending on your crochet tension!
Feel free to change out any colours according to your liking.
Optional: Sewing pins
Optional: A smaller yarn needle for the embroidery thread
Crochet Stitches Used:
chain stitch, single crochet, single crochet increase, single crochet decrease, slip stitch
Amigurumi Techniques Used:
magic circle, working in continuous rounds, sewing parts together, embroidering faces
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