Astronaut Crochet Pattern

Last month I crocheted an astronaut inspired by the song “The Astronaut” by Jin of BTS. It turned out so cute I decided to share the pattern in case anybody would be interested to make their own. I ended up making two dolls, one for myself and another to write the pattern.

I made a stand for the first doll and customized the backpack with the BTS logo and print transfers of RJ and Wootteo. I also wrote lyrics from the first verse of the song on the back of the stand.

The pattern is available on ETSY. The doll is about 9 inches tall and crocheted with a 4/medium yarn (I used Caron Simply Soft) and a 2.75mm hook. It is very easy to make, I put a lot of photos to add to the instructions. The pattern does not include the stand but I am going to make a YouTube tutorial for it very soon

Astronaut Pattern – ETSY

If you have any questions about this pattern don’t hesitate to ask me! I wish you all a happy new year with lots of smiles and laughter and lots of yarn and happy craft projects!

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New patterns on ETSY

I uploaded two new patterns on ETSY, an octopus and a bonsai! The octopus is about 14 inches in diameter (with bent tentacles). I used a 4/medium size yarn and a 2/75mm hook. I recommend using the same brand for all the pieces to get the same gauge. I made it purple but you can choose any colors you want!

Link: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1075562424/octopus-amigurumi-crochet-pattern

I wanted to make a bonsai for a long time, especially after making my Namu doll last year. I got the inspiration from a little plum tree that I replicated in yarn form. The finished size of the bonsai is about 7.5 inches tall, crocheted with a 2.75mm and 1.80mm hook. You will need plastic pellets or beads to put weight in the pot and 2 size wires. All the materials are listed in the pattern.

Link: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1070274984/plum-bonsai-tree-crochet-amigurumi

I have more projects coming up for my ETSY shop, I will keep you updated! In the meantime, happy crocheting!

Black and white swans crochet pattern

I wanted to work on crocheting a black swan for a long time but my first attempt wasn’t successful. I wasn’t able to figure out a way to make it the way I wanted to so I put it aside and moved on to other projects. It was still in the back of my mind and after taking a long break I decided to try again. I was having a hard time because I wanted the swan pattern to be seamless, from head to body. I was more successful with that challenge this time around, and decided to share my pattern on ETSY.

I used a wire inside to bend the neck and plastic pellets to put weight into the body. Since I had to test the pattern I decide to make a white one as well, it looks pretty as a pair.

The pattern is available on ETSY, click here for the link. I used one ball of Caron Simply Soft Medium/4 yarn to make the entire body. The size of the swan is about 6.5 inches in length and the neck is about 8 inches long (straight). I added a lot of step by step pictures in my pattern to help you along the way.

Happy crocheting!!

Purple Clown Crochet Pattern

I made a little purple clown last week. It was inspired by BTS ARMY as an inside joke about always being clowns with predictions and theories. The crochet pattern is now available on ETSY. The doll is about 8 inches tall, crocheted with a 2.75mm hook and 4/medium Caron Simply Soft yarn.

The clown can be made in any colors or for any purpose, I tried to make it as easy as possible, with lots of photos and explanations. The doll does not requires wires. Here is the link to the pattern: Clown Crochet Pattern – ETSY

Happy crocheting!

Whale Pattern

I have a new pattern available on ETSY to make a little whale. I love whales, there is something majestic about them. I wanted to share the pattern because I think it turned out really cute!

https://www.etsy.com/listing/816362422/whale-amigurumi-crochet-pattern

This whale is about 8 inches long and crocheted with Caron Simply Soft yarn.
I used a 2.75mm hook for this project but feel free to use any hook you are comfortable with (the size of the whale might be different).


The crochet pattern comes in PDF form, US English format with lots pictures to help you visualize the steps. All the materials are listed in the tutorial, also feel free to use any colors you want, I used purple because it represents the source of my inspiration.

Happy crocheting!

Chibi doll base pattern

I spent the week working on a new pattern for my ETSY shop. It’s a crocheted based for a doll that can either be used for chibis, babies, or even as a base to make cute little animals plushies. My goal was to make the tutorial as easy as possible, so I added a lot of photos and explanations.

If you are interested in this pattern, you can go to my online shop: The Lofty Loop

Happy crocheting!

Purple You plant Crochet Pattern

My little “Purple You” plant is not available as a crochet pattern on my ETSY Shop. You can make it in any color you want and write anything on the pin if you wish to add one! The pattern is very easy, you just need basic knowledge of crochet techniques such as single crochet, increase and decrease.

It’s a great gift for Valentine’s Day! I hope you will enjoy this pattern and if you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask me in the comments section.

Happy Crocheting!

Little Ducky Pattern

I have a new pattern available on ETSY, a cute little duckling that is easy to make and a perfect project for beginners. He’s very cute and I think you will enjoy making it! I initially made this duck for a Fan Club giveaway but since I got a lot of request for a pattern I decided to make one available on my shop.

The pattern comes in a PDF format, with lots of pictures and details instructions. I really enjoyed crocheting this little bird, I hope that others will be able to enjoy it to!

For more information on this pattern you can go to my ETSY shop – Ducky pattern.

Happy crocheting!

Koala crochet pattern

It has been a while since I wrote a crochet pattern because I have been so busy with other Amigurumi projects that I did not have the time for any patterns until now. Last week I finally had the chance to work on a Koala tutorial that I uploaded on ETSY a few hours ago. I came up with this pattern because I love these animals, they are so cute and lazy.

This Koala bear is very easy to make, the PDF file comes with detailed instructions and lots of pictures. I try to make my tutorials as easy as possible because I want people to enjoy crocheting items without any complications.

He’s about 7 inches tall and crocheted with a 2.75mm crochet hook. For more details and if you are interested in this pattern, it is available on my ETSY Shop – The Lofty Loop.

I intend to add more patterns to my ETSY shop this year, and I am looking for ideas. If you have any suggestions let me know in the comments. Happy crocheting!

The bunny and his snack

I just finished working on my latest crochet pattern which is now available on Etsy: a cute bunny rabbit and his favorite snack, a fresh and yummy carrot from the garden. He was inspired by another pattern I made a few months ago to crochet a squirrel holding an acorn. I am very happy with the result, It turned out exactly how I pictured it! Maybe I should turn it into a series of animals holding their favorite snacks!

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He’s about 11 inches tall and crocheted with a 2.75mm hook. I used Red Heart Super Saver for the bunny and Caron Simply Soft for the carrot but using these specific brands is not mandatory. I picked an off-white color to crochet the bunny because pure white gets dirty too quickly.

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This little bunny is easy to make. I like to keep my patterns simple by using basic stitches and techniques such as single crochet, increase and decrease. I also use a lot of descriptive photos to give help with visuals.

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I Think I am going to take this bunny for a stroll in the garden and see if he will start hopping around or make friends with the real rabbits.

You can visit my Etsy shop If you are interested in this pattern or would like to see more pictures.

Happy crocheting!