piglet free crochet pattern

Piglet Free Crochet Pattern – Easy Amigurumi

I’ve always been a Winnie the Pooh fan, even growing up with a Hundred Acre Woods-themed bedroom. Over the past couple of weeks, I have been enjoying crocheting Pooh & his pals. So far I have made Pooh, Eeyore & now Piglet! My Pooh pattern comes with a tutorial on youtube, let me know if you would like to see one for Eeyore & Piglet as well. These patterns are beginner-friendly and the plushes make great gifts for little ones (just remember not to use safety eyes if you give crochet toys to small children).

For this pattern, I used Premier Parfait Chunky yarn (my favorite yarn) for a soft pastel look. Click here to get Premier yarn for this project. If you enjoy this pattern, please give me a follow on social media and let me know what other free patterns you would love to see! Happy crocheting πŸ™‚

MATERIALS & TOOLS

ABBREVIATIONS

  • CH – chain
  • SC – single crochet
  • INC – single crochet increase (2 SC in each stitch)
  • DEC – decrease (I use the invisible decrease in all of my creations for a cleaner look)
  • FO – fasten off
  • Magic ring – Make a loop, leaving a long tail to work with. Insert the hook in the center of the loop, yarn over, and draw up a loop. Yarn over, and pull through to make the first chain (this does not count as a stitch). Continue to crochet over the loop and tail with the number of stitches called for. There are many wonderful YouTube videos on how to make a magic circle if you are a visual learner! Always move your stitch marker to the last stitch in the round.

THIS PATTERN IS WORKED IN CONTINUOUS ROUNDS.

POLICIES & REMINDERS

  • DO NOT publish or sell this pattern in any form
  • You may sell plushes made from this pattern but must credit me for the pattern (Simply tag @thewondercrochet or mention Allison from Wonder Crochet)
  • I love interacting with people on social media! Please tag me in your creations and feel free to reach out with any questions
  • These characters are the property of Disney, I do not own any rights to them
  • My finished plush measures around 8 inches tall

PIGLET

HEAD

IN LIGHT PINK

1.6 SC IN A MAGIC RING (6)

2. INC X6 (12)

3. (SC, INC)X6 (18)

4. (2 SC, INC)X6 (24)

5. (3 SC, INC)X6 (30)

6-11. SC AROUND FOR 6 ROUNDS (30)

-PLACE THE SAFETY EYES BETWEEN ROUNDS 7 & 8, WITH 4 VISIBLE STITCHES BETWEEN THEM

-USING BLACK MEDIUM YARN, YOU WILL NOW CREATE THE EYEBROWS BY WEAVING THEM IN AND OUT OF THE HEAD, 3 ROWS UP FROM THE EYES

12. (3 SC, DEC)X6 (24)

STUFF HEAD

13. (2 SC, DEC)X6 (18)

14. (SC, DEC)X6 (12)

15. DEC TO CLOSE

LEGS (MAKE 2)

IN LIGHT PINK

1.6 SC IN A MAGIC RING (6)

2. INC X6 (12)

3. SC AROUND (12)

4. (SC, DEC)X4 (8)

5-7. SC AROUND FOR 3 ROUNDS (8)

LEAVE LOOP ON FIRST LEG & CUT YARN. MAKE THE SECOND LEG & KEEP ON HOOK THEN CONTINUE TO THE NEXT STEPS

CROCHET BOTH LEGS TOGETHER USING A SLST ON THE LOOP LEFT BY THE FIRST LEG

CONTINUE MAKING BODY, CHANGE COLOR TO DARK PINK

8. SC AROUND BOTH LEGS, INCLUDING MIDDLE CH (18)

9. (2 SC, INC)X6 (24)

10. (3 SC, INC)X6 (30)

11-12. SC AROUND FOR 2 ROUNDS (30)

12. (3 SC, DEC)X6 (24)

13-14. SC AROUND FOR 2 ROUNDS (24)

15. (2 SC, DEC)X6 (18)

16. SC AROUND (18)

17. (SC, DEC)X6 (12)

STUFF LEGS & BODY

FO, LEAVE TAIL FOR SEWING

ARMS (MAKE 2)

IN LIGHT PINK

1.8 SC IN A MAGIC RING (8)

2-7. SC AROUND FOR 6 ROUNDS (8)

FO, LEAVE TAIL & STUFF LIGHTLY

EARS (MAKE 2)

IN DARK PINK

1.6 SC IN A MAGIC RING (6)

2. SC AROUND (6)

3. (SC, INC)X3 (9)

4. (2 SC, INC)X3 (12)

5-6. SC AROUND FOR 2 ROUNDS (12)

7. (2 SC, DEC)X3 (9)

8. (SC, DEC)X3 (6)

FO, LEAVE TAIL

NOSE

IN DARK PINK

1.6 SC IN A MAGIC RING (6)

2. SC AROUND (6)

CHANGE COLOR TO LIGHT PINK

3. (SC, INC)X3 (9)

FO, LEAVE TAIL

ASSEMBLY:

-SEW THE BODY ONTO THE HEAD, CENTERED WITH THE BOTTOM OF THE BODY

-SEW ARMS TO BOTH SIDES OF BODY, RIGHT WHERE HEAD AND BODY MEET

-SEW THE EARS TO THE TOP OF THE HEAD, SLIGHTLY FORWARD AND 2 ROWS FROM THE CENTER

-SEW NOSE TO FRONT OF FACE, STARTING AT ROW 8, LIGHTLY STUFFING AS YOU SEW

CONGRATULATIONS! YOU FINISHED PIGLET!

I hope you enjoyed this pattern and found it easy to follow.

I’m so glad our crafty paths have crossed, happy crocheting!

Check out my youtube channel for fun videos and full tutorials!

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