Aiko the Ninja Cat Crochet Amigurumi Pattern
Did you see that whoosh? It was very stealthy… very sneaky…
It’s Aiko, the Ninja Cat!
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Aiko is 17.5 inches tall (11 inches seated) when made with worsted weight yarn.
Want a bigger or smaller cutie? It can be crocheted with any weight yarn!
This is an easy pattern, great for beginners. If you know how to single crochet and you're willing to tackle a color change - then this is the pattern for you. :-)
- single crochet
- attaching parts
- color changes
The pattern is a pdf that contains step-by-step photographs, and you'll find videos at Shiny Happy World teaching all the skills you'll need. You’ll never feel lost or wonder if you're doing it right. :-)
You'll need. . .
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- 295 yards of worsted weight yarn (Sample crocheted in Plymouth Galway Worsted): Black (275 yds), Tan (15 yds), and Pink (5 yds)
- Size H crochet hook (or size appropriate for yarn chosen)
- Polyester stuffing
- two 12 mm black eyes
- Tapestry needle
- Locking stitch markers
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