Oddish Amigurumi Pattern

YARN & HOOK

  • I’ve used Stylecraft Special DK with a 2mm hook – but any DK yarn & hook will do. Colours: Denim, Kelly Green and Pistachio
  • Red Felt for the eyes – I would’ve loved to use 6mm red safety eyes but I’ve not come across any yet… Optional: small piece of white felt or white thread to create the light reflection in the eyes. I have used white thread.
  • Fabric glue
  • Wire or pipe cleaners for the feet
  • Black embroidery floss for the mouth.
  • Polyester toy filling
  • Pins to place pieces before sewing together
  • Darning needle
  • Stitch markers (I prefer using scrap yarn as “stitch markers”)

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STITCHES & ABBREVIATIONS – UK ENGLISH

dc double crochet
sl st slip stitch
st/sts stitch/es
inc dc 2 in one st
dec decrease; insert hook in the front loop of the next two sts, yarn over, pull through both loops, y.o. and pull through remaining two loops –> one dc placed into two sts

ASSEMBLY

I would recommend assembling Oddish in the order that the patter in written, gluing the felt eyes on last.

THE PATTERN

THE BODY

Yarn: Denim

Round 1: dc 6 in Magic Ring (6)
R2: Inc in all sts around (12)
R3: (dc, inc) x 6 (18)
R4: (dc 2, inc) x 6 (24)

R5: dc 24

R6: (dc 3, inc) x 6 (30)
R7: (dc 4, inc) x 6 (36)
R8: (dc 5, inc) x 6 (42)
R9: (dc 6, inc) x 8 (48)

R10-14: dc 48

R15: (dc 6, dec) x 6 (42)
R16: (dc 5, dec) x 6 (36)
R17: (dc 4, dec) x 6 (30)

Start stuffing the body with polyester filling

R18: (dc 3, dec) x 6 (24)
R19: (dc 2, dec) x 6 (18)
R20: (dc, dec) x 6 (12)
R21: (dec) x 6 (6)

Fasten off and sew in loose end.

FEET

Yarn: Denim
Make 2

ch 3 – we will be working around the top and bottom of these chains

Round 1: dc in second ch from hook, inc in next stitch, dc in the other side of ch, inc in second ch (6)
R2: (inc, inc, dc) x 2 (10)
R3-5: dc 10
R6: (dec, dc 3) x 2 (8)
R7-9: dc 8

We will now continue to make the heel – so do not fasten of just yet:

R10: dc 1, turn
R11 (Row): ch1, dc 4 (turn)
R12: ch1, dc 4, – we are now working in rounds again so keep going without turning: – dec in side of row and next dc from previous round, dc 2, dec in next dc and side of next row
R13: dc 8

Fasten off and leave long end for sewing.

Optional: Use a piece of wire or a pipecleaner to create a foot shaped skeleton for the feet – this will make Oddish a bit sturdier. The same foot pattern was used for my Marill and Jigglypuff patterns. Head on over to the Jigglypuff pattern and see a step by step photo guide on how to create the wire skeleton – or pipe cleaner if you prefer.

LEAVES

Yarn: Kelly Green and Pistachio
Make 5

Round 1: dc 4 in magic ring
R2: inc, dc 3 (5)
R3: inc, dc 4 (6)
R4: (inc, dc 2) x 3 (9)
R5-6: dc 9
R7: (inc, dc 3) x 3 (12)
R8: dc 12

For the next round we will be using both Pistachio and Kelly Green – change colour where indicated. I would recommend that on the last stitch before the colour change don’t pull the last loop through, change colour and pull this one through instead. Repeat this for each colour change.

R9: (inc in Pistachio, dc in Kelly Green, dc in Pistachio, dc in Kelly Green) x 3 (15)
R10-13: dc 15

R14: (inc, dc 5) x 3 (18)
R15-23: dc 18
R24: (dec, dc) x 6 (12)
R25: (dec) x 6 (6)

Fasten off and leave a long end and attach each leaf to body

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EYES & MOUTH

Cut out two small pieces of red felt for the eyes. Once you’ve positioned the eyes (don’t glue them on just yet), use black embroidery floss to sew on a little smile. I would recommend attaching the felt eyes once all other pieces have been sewn on. You can also use a tiny piece of white felt or some thin white threat to create the light reflection in the eyes.

THANK YOU & ENJOY!

Please do not reprint, sell or claim the pattern as your own. I’ve loved writing this pattern so please don’t forget to credit the pattern designer.

INSTAGRAM – I would love to see your creations! Don’t forget to tag me in your post or on your photo (@loopycathrine), and don’t forget to use #loopycathrineamigurumi

RAVELRY – I’m also on Ravelry so come find me and my other pattern there!

For any questions in relation to this pattern, please comment below and I will do my best to respond.

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9 thoughts on “Oddish Amigurumi Pattern

    1. Hi Lin – Just had a look and the numbers are right. In round 25 (not R3 as it says – I will amend) you should decrease six times around, and each decrease goes over 2 sts. Does that help?

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  1. Such a great pattern! I’m almost finished with my oddish and I was considering selling it. Are you okay with people selling items made from the pattern as long as you’re credited as the designer?

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    1. He has a slightly raised top. If yours is very pointy I would suggest checking if your using the right stitch. All patterns are written in UK English terms which is noted in the Stitches & Abbreviations section at the start.

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