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Hello Kitty Amigurumi Pattern

Updated: Feb 9

Hello crochet friends! I'm so excited to share today's pattern with you! This Hello Kitty Amigurumi Pattern is fun and easy to make and will have you wanting to crochet yourself a kitty friend in every color!


Welcome back to another Free Pattern Friday, friends! This Hello Kitty amigurumi pattern is a bit different from previous versions, and I think you'll like it! This time, I've made sure that there is minimal sewing and I've also tried to design a body that more closely resembles the original character. There are some joining techniques that you may be unfamiliar with, but I've done my best to try and make everything as clear as possible.

Thank you so much for joining me today on this crochet adventure! Let's get to crocheting, shall we?




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Materials:

  • Worsted weight yarn in the colors of your choice

  • 3.75mm crochet hook 

  • Fiber Fill

  • Scissors

  • Yarn needle

  • Pins

  • Stitch markers

  • Small amount of embroidery thread


Abbreviations:

  • mr- magic ring

  • inc- increase 

  • sc- single crochet

  • AC- accent color

  • dec- decrease

  • st- stitch

  • ch- chain

  • TC- third color




Arms (make 2):

*Starting in white*

Round 1: mr 6 [6]

Round 2: inc x6 [12]

Round 3: sc around [12]

Round 4: sc 4, bobble st, sc 7 [12]

Round 5: sc around [12]

*Switch to AC*

Round 6-11: (6 rounds) sc around, stuffing lightly as you go [12]

Sc last round in half [6]

Tie off. 


Legs (make two):

*Starting in white*

Round 1: mr 6 [6]

Round 2: inc x6 [12]

Round 3: (sc 1, inc)x6 [18]

Rounds 4-6: (3 rounds) sc around [18]

*Switch to AC*

Rounds 7-8: (2 rounds) sc around [18]


Tie off leg 1, do not tie off leg 2.


Round 9: place 1st sc into leg 1, place st marker, sc around leg, place next sc into leg 2 in the last st of round 8, and sc around so that you now have one big round [36]



Rounds 10-11: (2 rounds) sc around both legs [36]

Round 12: sc 8, dec, sc 16, dec, sc 8 [34]

Round 13: sc 8, dec, sc 14, dec, sc 8 [32]

Round 14: sc 7, dec, sc 14, dec, sc 7 [30]

Round 15: sc 7, dec, sc 12, dec, sc 7 [28]

Round 16: sc 6, dec, sc 12, dec, sc 6 [26]

(Optional) switch to TC

Round 17: sc 6, dec, sc 10, dec, sc 6 [24]

Round 18: sc 3, sc arm through next 6 st with thumb pointing to left, sc 7, sc arm through next 6 st with thumb facing to the right, sc 2 (attaching the arms in this manner will ensure the color change is at the back and is less visible) [24]



Round 19: sc 1, dec (sc 2, dec)x5, sc 1 [18]

Tie off, leaving a long tail for sewing. Stuff body firmly and evenly.



Head:

*In white*

You’ll be working in an oval shape for the head

Round 1: Chain 6 stitches [6]

Round 2: Starting in the second stitch from your hook, sc 4, inc, (flip to the unworked side of the chain), sc 4, inc [12]

~The increases should be at either end of your chain. I highly recommend working the beginning tail of your yarn into your stitches so that you can pull it a little tighter so that there aren't any gaps in your stitches.~



Round 3: (sc 1, inc)x6 [18]

Round 4: sc 1, inc, (sc 2, inc)x5, sc 1 [24]

Round 5: (sc 3, inc)x6 [30]

Round 6: sc 2, inc, (sc 4, inc)x5, sc 2 [36]

Round 7: (sc 5, inc)x6 [42]

Round 8: sc 3, inc, (sc 6, inc)x5, sc 3 [48]

Round 9: (sc 7, inc)x6 [54]

Rounds 10-21: (12 rounds) sc around [54]

Round 22: (sc 7, dec)x6 [48]

Round 23: sc 3, dec, (sc 6, dec)x5, sc 3 [42]

Round 24: (sc 5, dec)x6 [36]

Round 25: sc 2, dec, (sc 4, dec)x5, sc 2 [30]

Round 26: (sc 3, dec)x6 [24]

Round 27: sc 1, dec, (sc 2, dec)x5, sc 1 [18]

Tie off, hide tail. Stuff head to medium firmness.


Ears (make 2):

*In white*

Round 1: mr 6 [6]

Round 2: (sc 1, inc)x3 [9]

Round 3: sc 1, inc, (sc 2, inc)x2, sc 1 [12]

Round 4: (sc 3, inc)x3 [15]

Round 5: sc 2, inc, (sc 4, inc)x2, sc 2 [18]

Round 6: (sc 5, inc)x3 [21]

Tie off, leaving a long tail for sewing. Stuff ear lightly.


Bow:

*In red*

Into a mr, place: (ch 3, triple crochet x4, ch 3, ss into ring)x2 

Tie off, leaving long tail for sewing, pull mr tight and hide tail.


Bow middle:

*In red*

mr 6, ss into 1st st. 

Tie off, leaving long tail for sewing.


Overall Straps (make 2):

*In TC*

Ch 13

Sc 12, tie off leaving long tail for sewing. Weave in starting tail.


Overall Buttons (make 2):

*In white*

Mr 6, tie off, leaving long tail for sewing, weave in starting tail. 



Assembly:


-Attach the head to the body, being sure to line it up carefully so that the head doesn’t end up turned to the side (unless you want it that way).

-Pin the ears into place where you want them and then sew them down.

-Add the overall straps to the back, just behind the arms, on the line where the color change happens. To affix the front of the straps, I like to sew the button to the strap and then use the tail from the button to sew everything down to the front of the overalls.

-Sew the bow middle to the bow and then add it to the ear.



-Embroider on the eyes, nose, and whiskers. I usually start by pinning scrap yarn down the middle of the face to better map out where I'd like the features to be. After my guide-lines are pinned down, I use pins to mark where I want to embroider. Once I'm happy with how the pin face looks, then I use a satin embroidery stitch to sew on the face. I make 3 passes for the nose, four for each eye, and one for each whisker, taking out each pin as I'm about to sew it, so I remember where I'm supposed to embroider it.



-After that you are all done with your new Hello Kitty friend!!



I really hope you enjoy making your new plushie! If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me on Instagram or email so I can help you out! And if you do end up making a plushie, please tag me on Instagram (@cutipie_crochet)so I can see your beautiful creations! It brings me so much joy to see all of your cute plushies!

I'll see you next time, when we finally tackle that Mickey Mouse pattern that I've been working so hard on! <3

Stay safe and healthy! Happy crocheting!!

-Austen (Cutiepie Crochet)




1 Comment


Danielle Thomas
Danielle Thomas
Jun 23

Super cute! What brand yarn did you use?

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