Felix the Elf – a Christmas amigurumi pattern!

new pattern! titleSay hello to Felix! My latest pattern, just in time for the upcoming holiday season:

Felix the elf amigurumi pattern by @hookabee

This little cutie will surely get you into the Christmas spirit when you crochet him, with his festive colours and pompom tipped hat. He is on the smaller side, measuring about 8 inches tall when using worsted weight yarn.

As always, the pattern has step-by-step photos and detailed instructions, and you can contact me at any time if you have a question!

Felix is an intermediate level pattern because his body is crocheted in joined rounds and has a few colour changes. If you have never crocheted in joined rounds for amigurumi before, I recommend checking out the tutorials on my website (photo and video) for joined rounds before purchasing the pattern to see if you are comfortable with the technique, or if it something you would like to learn (it is always fun learning a new technique!). You CAN make Felix using continuous rounds if you prefer, but his legs may be less even and the colour changes won’t be as clean (but still VERY cute!!).

Felix the elf amigurumi by @hookabee

I just love his little arms and legs, his rotund belly and belt, and his cute little ears that stick out. I hope you enjoy making him as much as I loved designing him!

For more details and to purchase the pattern to make a cutie elf yourself, visit his profile page.

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Until next time,
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