Video tutorial and pattern 

Pulsa AQUÍ para ir a la versión en español


  • 3 mm crochet hook 
  • Yarn I used: 40% acrylic 60% cotton
  • Scissors
  • Wool needle
  • Fiber stuffing
    🔨 You can see the materials I use to make my amigurumis HERE 

Stitches used are:

  • Magic ring 
  • Single crochet (sc)
  • Increases (inc)
  • Decreases (dec)
  • Slip stitch (sl st)

If you don't know how to make any of these stitches, I'll leave you the link where you can see some short video tutorials.

  • If you are left-handed, click here to go to the playlist.
  • If you are right-handed, click here to go to the playlist.
*Soon these videos will be with English subtitles

Video tutorial

Here you have access to the video tutorial whether you are left-handed or right-handed, below you have the pattern. 

Soon in English subtitles 


If you want to share this pattern, please, please pass on the link to this page.

Let's start! 

(The number you will see in parentheses behind the instructions is the number of stitches you will have at the end of the row)

Round 1: 6 sc in a magic ring

Round 2: 6 inc (12)

Round 3: 1 sc - 1 inc x6 (18)

Round 4: 2 sc - 1 inc x6 (24)

Round 5: 3 sc - 1 inc x6 (30)

Round 6 a 10:  30 sc in each round

Round 11: 3 sc - 1 dec x6 (24)

Round 12: 2 sc - 1 dec x6 (18)

Round 13: 1 sc - 1 dec x6 (12) Halfway through round 13 we can fill in.

Round 14: 6 dec  * Depending on the yarn you use and how you knit the stitches, you may not need to make so many decreases and 4 or 5 will be enough to close. Stuff more if needed before closing completely.

This part can also be done with a wool needle, passing the needle through the front part of the stitches that are left to close.

At the end of the last decrease, make 1 slip stitch in the next stitch, cut the yarn and secure with 1 knot.

The excess strand is passed through the center to hide the knot with the help of the wool needle.

What happens if we want to make balls with different sizes? How do I know how many rounds I have to make without increases or with it?

It's very simple, after the increases, we have to knit in between, as many rounds as we have knitted with increases.

For example, in this pattern we have made a magic ring and 4 rows with increases, in total there are 5 rows. Before starting the decreases, we have knit 5 rows without increases or decreases.

So, if we knit 1 magic ring and 3 rounds with increases, which in total, are 4 rounds, what I'm going to knit in between before starting the decreases, are 4 rounds without increases or decreases. 😎 Easy, isn't it?