Stay at home and crochet – 4 amigurumi patterns

amigurumi crochet patterns

It`s a new week and here are 4 new amigurumi patterns that will have a 60% discount for the next 7 days. Enjoy your crochet time!

STAY AT HOME AND CROCHET campaign was brought to life to relieve stress through crocheting. I believe keeping our hands busy helps us stay happier during the time we`re forced to sit at home, and feel less anxiety about the virus raving in the world.

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amigurumi pattern chatterbox the clown

Chatterbox the Clown? Yes, here he is! This amigurumi clown definitely is one of my most popular doll patterns. Look at all these ruffles, stripes and polka dots!

I must admit, I am not a huge fan of clowns. When I designed my clown I wanted him to be funny and friendly instead of scary and unpredictable. I think I managed quite well because I´ve got lots of compliments about him.

Chatterbox the Clown is big. I´ve made him with one of my favorite yarns – Rowan Handknit Cotton – and he`s almost 50 cm / 19 inches tall.

It`s an advanced skill level pattern, but the result is totally worth the effort.


treasure the teddy pattern

Treasure the Teddy was the hero of 2019. We had a challenge that lasted the entire year and the goal was to make one teddy every month. You can see my final collection of 12 bears here.

As you can see there is a lot of room for color and fabric variations. I used very different yarns for my bears, from cotton to wool and all the mixtures between them. The bears came out different in size, but all irresistably sweet. I find it the perfect gift for a newborn. A friend for a life-time.

The bear is in classical shape – the legs and body made in one piece.


amigurumi mushroom rattle pattern

Mushroom rattle is another wonderful gift idea for newborns. Everybody appreciate handmade gifts. The great thing is that you can make it really fast.

Although the rattle is small, it`s not an easy skill level project. You`ll need to know many different stitches + some basic embroidery skills. But if you feel technically confident then making these cute mushrooms will be pure pleasure.

In the pattern I`ve used Drops Cotton Light – another huge favorite of mine which I´ve used for several designs. It`s a mixtures of cotton, but actually feels like pure cotton. If you want to go even deeper, use organic cotton.


Hilda the Ragamuffin is a colorful cat girl. In my first versions of this cat I used spicy purple and pink shades. During the past years I´ve tried a little more neutral colors as well.

You should see her legs! Her shoes are my favorite part. Unfortunately, in this photo they are hidden.

In the pattern I´ve used woolen Drops Nepal, but for the cat on the photo I´ve used cotton yarns by Drops – Muskat and Cotton Light.

crochet cat pattern

All these patterns will have a discount only for a week. New patterns coming next Monday.

If you`ve picked some from here, share the photos of your makes on Instagram using #stayathome, #crochetastherapy and #lilleliispattern.

Happy hooking!

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