How to Crochet Milkshakes

crocheted milkshake

Learn how to make crochet a milkshake! This easy crochet milkshake tutorial teaches you how to crochet a milkshake with a video or written pattern! It even includes a free PDF!

In this lesson we’ll be crocheting an adorable Milkshake amigurumi! This pattern was part of a collaboration and created by the awesome designer @ravencraft__designs! Check out more of her work here!

*Requires a free Club Crochet Account

The Materials:

•The Yarn (Worsted Weight)
– Main Color (Shake color)
– Grey (Glass color)
– White (Whipped cream)
– Red (Cherry)
– Black embroidery thread (face)
•Size G6/4.00mm Hook
•6mm Safety Bead Eyes x 2 (optional)
•Stuffing
•Needle
•Nickle for added weight
•Stick for straw (+ red sharpie and white out)

Suggested yarns:
Lily Sugar n’ Cream
Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie

The Gauge:
5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1” Finished piece is about 3” tall

Worked in the Round
Unless otherwise stated

The Stitches:
– Ch : Chain stitch
– St : Stitch
– Sl.st : Slip Stitch
– Sc : Single Crochet
– Dec/Inc : Decrease/Increase
– BLO / FLO : Back / Front Loops Only

Make a miniature pie with this free pattern!

Every pattern includes a full length video tutorial, so you’ll never miss a stitch.

How to Crochet Pies

crocheted pies

In this lesson, we’ll be crocheting a tiny pie amigurumi. Become a Club Crochet Member to get more detailed instructions on how to turn this into a larger amigurumi character and berry version of the pie!

*Requires a free Club Crochet Membership

The Materials:

•The Yarn (Worsted Weight)
– Beige
– Grey
– Maroon (optional)
– Black thread (optional)
•Size G6/4.00mm Hook
•6mm Saftey Eyes (optional)
•Stuffing
•Needle

Suggested yarns:
Lily Sugar n’ Cream

The Gauge:
5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1” Finished piece is about 3” in diameter

Worked in the Round
Unless otherwise stated

The Stitches:
– Ch : Chain stitch
– St : Stitch
– Sl.st : Slip Stitch
– Sc : Single Crochet
– Dec/Inc : Decrease/Increase
– BLO / FLO : Back / Front Loops Only

Mini Pie Pattern:

[Starting in Beige]
Ch 2 or use magic loop method

Rnd 1: Work 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook or into magic loop (6)

Rnd 2: inc in each st (12)

Rnd 3: [sc 2, sc 1 into the Rnd 1 adjacent st] repeat 6 times (18)

Rnd 4: sc in each st (18) Rnd 3 For berry pie: [sc 1, inc] repeat 6 times (18)

Pull through with a second loop using Grey yarn.

Using Beige yarn:
Rnd 5: Working into the FLO, [ch 1, sl.st 1] repeat in each st around (18)

Cut the yarn and pull through, hide the end.

Using Grey yarn:
Rnd 6: Working in the BLO from Rnd 5, sc in each st (18)

Rnd 7: sc in each st (18)

Rnd 8:
Working in the BLO, [sc 1, dec] repeat 6 times (12)

Rnd 9: dec in each st (6)

Cut the yarn and pull through, stuff and sew closed.

How to Chochet a Milkshake

Get the next free pattern in the collaboration!

Fungaloids (Mushroom Men) Amigurumi

Have your own crocheted mushroom men keeping you company on your desk or hanging off your back pack! These Fungaloids measures about 3″ tall and 2″ wide when finished and includes a full unique video tutorial to help you get through the tough parts!

Perfect for DnD campaigns, or my crocheted tabletop game, Stitch’d!

Materials:
• The Yarn (Worsted Weight)
– Color A (Cap Color)
– White (Accent Color)*
– Beige (Body)
– Brown (Pants)
– Black Embroider Thread (Mouth)
• Size G6/4.00mm Hook
• Plastic Saftey Bead Eyes
• Stuffing
• Needle

Gauge: 5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1”  |  Finished piece is about 3” tall

Worked in the Round

The Stitches:
– Ch : Chain stitch
– St : Stitch
– Sl.st : Slip Stitch
– Sc : Single Crochet
– Dec/Inc : Decrease/Increase
– InvDec : Invisible Decrease
– BLO : Back Loops Only
– Bo : Bobble Stitch
1. Yarn over, insert hook into stitch
2. Yarn over and pull through
3. Yarn over and pull through 2 loops
4. Repeat steps 1 – 3 four times total
5. Yarn over and pull through all the loops on the hook

How to Crochet the Spiked Bobble

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to crochet a brand new version of the bobble stitch that I call the Spiked Bobble. Great for claws, pointed noses, beaks, anywhere where you need a spike and don’t want to sew it on separately!

Check out this stitch. It’s like two different stitches squashed together to make a really pointy bobble. I made it up because I had to make claws for these Hobgoblins but I don’t know what it’s actually called so I’ve been calling it a Spike Bobble.

So this is the spiked bobble, I abbreviate it in my patterns as “sbo”. This stitch is basically two different Stitches put together. As you might have guessed it’s mostly a bobble stitch. With a splash of mini picot thrown in for spice.

If you don’t know how to make a bobble stitch yet go check out my video for that right here then come back, I’ll wait…

The second part of the stitch is a mini picot that you do in the middle of a mini bobble stitch. I’m planning on doing a video for all the amazing uses for a picot in the future, but it’s pretty easy to do, just ch 2 and slip stitch into the back loop of the first ch you made. This makes a little point!

Okay so now you now each part of the stitch, let’s put them together.

Step 1

First, make two repeats for a mini bobble stitch. Meaning yarn over, go into the stitch, yarn over and pull through, then yarn over and pull through two loops, kinda like you’re making a double crochet. And repeat that once more. You should have 3 loops on the hook.

Step 2

Now’s the tough part; without removing the hook, do a mini picot. Ch 2 and slip stitch into the back loop of the first ch made. This can be really difficult to do, especially if you’re working really tightly or with small yarn. Be patient, taking it one part at a time and using your finger nail or a needle to help get the hook into that back loop and then slip stitch one. There should still be 3 loops on the hook after finishing the mini picot.

Step 3

Now do one more double Crochet repeat. You should have 4 loops on the hook now.

Step 4

Finally, finish the stitch by yarning over and pulling through all the loops on the hook.

I think the Spiked Bobble would probably make a good witch nose or maybe spikes on the back of an insect, but I’m thinking mostly about amigurumi I suppose. If you have any cool ideas for this stitch or know the real name, let me know in the comments or on the Facebook group!

Try the Spiked Bobble out!

Learn more about Amigurumi!

Baby Yoda Amigurumi

Learn how to make a crocheted baby Yoda from the new Star Wars show the Mandalorian! This easy crochet baby Yoda tutorial teaches you how to crochet baby Yoda with a video or written pattern! It even includes a PDF!

*Requires a free Club Crochet Account

The Materials:

•The Yarn (Worsted Weight)
– Green
– Beige
•Size G6/4.00mm Hook
•Stuffing
•Needle

Suggested yarns:
Lily Sugar n’ Cream
Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie

The Gauge:
5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1” Finished piece is about 2” tall

Worked in the Round
Unless otherwise stated

The Stitches:
– Ch : Chain stitch
– St : Stitch
– Sl.st : Slip Stitch
– Sc : Single Crochet
– Dec/Inc : Decrease/Increase
– BLO / FLO : Back / Front Loops Only

Get more Star Wars Themed Patterns

Every pattern includes a full length video tutorial, so you’ll never miss a stitch.

Treasure Chest Amigurumi Pattern

Have your own crocheted treasure chest sitting on your desk or turn it into a vicious mimic! This treasure chest measures about 2″ tall and 3″ wide when finished and includes a full unique video tutorial to help you get through the tough parts!

Perfect for DnD campaigns!

Materials:
• The Yarn (Worsted Weight)
– Brown
– Gold
– White
– Pink
– Grey
• Size G6/4.00mm Hook
• Plastic Saftey Bead Eyes
• Golden Buttons (Optional)
• Needle

Gauge: 5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1”  |  Finished piece is about 2” tall

Worked Flat

Kits available for purchase!

Try out my new table top game!

Stitch’d is a table top war game where your pieces are all handcrafted. I play it with miniature crocheted pieces, but you can make your pieces out of whatever you want. Playdoh, Origami, Legos, or even just drawn pogs of cardboard. As long as they meet the size requirements for the pieces. 

How to Crochet Ghosts

In this series of crocheted ghost tutorials we’ll be going through a series of crocheted ghosts including classic crocheted ghosts, crocheted boo ghosts (mario), crochet pacman ghosts, and even crocheted pokemon ghosts!

These patterns will only be available for free until the end of the month (October 2019), so make sure to create an account, join the email notification list, subscribe to the YouTube channel to stay notified for when the next ghost pattern goes live!

Classic Ghost Amigurumi

In the first lesson in our series of crocheted ghosts we’ll be learning how to crochet a classic ghost! The great thing about this pattern is it requires very little sewing!

Pacman Ghost Amigurumi

Pacu Pacu Pacu… wawawawa… In this lesson I’ll be turning my classic ghost pattern into a Pacman ghost pattern using just color changes for the eyes!

Boo (Mario) Ghost Amigurumi

In the third ghost lesson we’ll be making the shy, yet sinister ghost from Super Mario Brothers, Boo!

Ghastly the Ghost Pokemon Amigurumi

In our fourth lesson in our series of crocheted ghosts, we’ll be learning how to crochet Ghastly, the ghost Pokemon!

Get more Halloween patterns!

Get the full Halloween pattern bundle including written and full-length video patterns for:

• Frankenstein
• Zombies
• Vampires
• Bats
• Witches
• Pumpkins
• Werewolves

Members have full access to all the patterns!
Learn more here

5 Creative Ways to Use Safety Eyes

how to use safety eyes

Safety eyes are probably the easiest way to add adorable looking eyes to your amigurumi, and if you do it right there are a whole lot of different ways to customize them.

Here’s how to use safety eyes for your amigurumi and 5 creative ways to use safety eyes!

Safety Eyes are plastic attachable eyes that snap together to connect to any surface with a small hole or that you can poke through, obviously making them perfect for amigurumi. They come in all shapes and sizes, you can get round ones, oval ones, felt ones, some that look like cat eyes, some that look like a little noses, some that look like koala noses. There are an insane combination of types.

They are composed of two parts, a front and back. The front is the main part that comes in the variety of types and sizes, and the backs come in basically two different types, hard or soft plastic.

 

 

 

Get more Amigurumi Tutorials with Amigurumi 101!

Amigurumi 101 is an ongoing series of tutorials teaching how to crochet Amigurumi better, easier and quicker with new  lessons coming out monthly.

All of the tutorials are available with a Club Crochet Membership, but some are available without a membership.

How to Crochet Helmets and Hoodies (for Goblinoids)

In this lesson we’ll be crocheting helmets and hoods for your amigurumi characters! This pattern was designed to fit on my Goblinoid characters, specifically Goblins, Trolls, and Orcs, but with some alterations these helmets can likely fit other amigurumi as well. 

*Requires a Club Crochet Membership

The Materials:

•The Yarn (Worsted Weight)
•Size G6/4.00mm Hook •Stuffing
•Needle

Suggested yarns:
Lily Sugar n’ Cream
Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie

The Gauge:
5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1” 

Worked in the Round
Unless otherwise stated

The Stitches:
– Ch : Chain stitch
– St : Stitch
– Sl.st : Slip Stitch
– Sc : Single Crochet
– Dec/Inc : Decrease/Increase
– BLO / FLO : Back / Front Loops Only

Get the full Goblinoid Pattern Bundle

Every pattern includes a full length video tutorial, so you’ll never miss a stitch.

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