Amigurumi BLIND cal – Part 6

Amigurumi Blind Cal part 6
Amigurumi Blind Cal part 6

Welcome to Amigurumi BLIND cal Part 6. This is the last day and we are going to assemble the toy.

If you missed the previous posts, then here you can find Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5 where we made all the necessary pieces, 12 in total.

Today you`ll only need the darning needle and scissors and you`re ready to start.

!!! If you happen to be one of those who always struggle sewing amigurumi parts together, then please check out my tutorial about different sewing techniques.

how to make amigurumi toys

Step 1

Sew the round piece in color B (light blue) on the face as a muzzle. Add just a bit of stuffing between the head and muzzle.

Step 2

Sew the smallest piece in color D (black) onto the muzzle as a nose.

amigurumi sewing parts together
amigurumi sewing parts together

Step 3

The 2 similar round pieces in color A are the ears. Flatten them and sew a couple of stitches of one corner closed to give them the ear shape. Sew the ears on the head. Skip 6 rounds from the top of the head.

amigurumi sewing parts together
amigurumi sewing parts together

Now if you are thinking that this is a cute little puppy then you are wrong, hahaa!!!

amigurumi sewing parts together

Step 4

The 2 similar pieces in color E are the antlers. Sew them between the ears and look what you`ll get now :)

amigurumi sewing parts together

Step 5

To make it look like a really cute deer you need to embroider some tiny stitches with color F on his forehead.

amigurumi sewing parts together

Step 6

Sew the head to the body from the neck line. You may check out this tutorial for avoiding the floppy head.

amigurumi sewing parts together

Step 7

Sew the legs (smaller and more round shape) and arms (longer ones) to the body. Attach legs at 6 rounds from the bottom of the body, so that the toy can nicely lean on them. Attach the arms at the neck line.

amigurumi sewing parts together
amigurumi sewing parts together

Step 8

Embroider some tiny stitches on the sides of the deer as well. I tied a satin ribbon around his neck and added a small bell for final touches.

amigurumi sewing parts together
amigurumi toy making

What do you think? Did you guess right who will it be?

Remember to add #AmigurumiBLINDcal if you share your project on Instagram.

See you in the future in a new crochet along!

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40 thoughts on “Amigurumi BLIND cal – Part 6

  1. Elmarie Laubscher says:

    Discovered this CAL during this, our 2nd week of lockdown due to Covid-19 virus. What a wonderful idea! I truly enjoyed crocheting this little deer. Thank you so much!

  2. Katharina says:

    I love your patterns and designs. Was too late for this CAL, unfortunately, but will definitely join next time. Can’t wait! XOXO

  3. Susan hague says:

    Thank you so much for this pattern. I am going to make him for my family next year on Christmas. I will put one on each dinner plate . They are going love this little guy. They loved the elf. I better get started.sue

  4. Lynne says:

    This was super fun ! Definitely let’s do again. Jump started my enthusiasm for amigurumi crochet for 2020. This pattern could also become a lot of different characters with a few small changes – so very versatile. Loved it ! Now I have to move on to Froggy ! Thank you for this.

  5. Chuladicas says:

    Todo un placer participar!!! Y el resultado precioso!!!
    Gracias por hacernos éste regalo!!!

  6. wanda wallace says:

    Will finish today. Was surprised at it being a deer. It is adorable. Thank you for inviting me to join in the CAL. Look forward to another one,

  7. Suse Till says:

    Super ,toll, hat mir sehr gut gefallen . Bilder folgen
    Mit freundlichen Grüßen Suse Till

  8. Joke de Groot says:

    Do not have Instagram,but I love it ,Thank you so much for this experience!
    Schattig as ever!

  9. Edina says:

    I love how it turned out. At the antlers I thought it will be a deer, but it could be a bone for a dog as well…Thank you for this event, it was cool! I’m from Hungary and love your works 😘

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