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
    🔨 You can see the materials I use to make my amigurumis HERE 

Stitches used are:

  • Single crochet (sc)
  • Decrease
  • Increase (inc)
  • Magic ring
  • Slip stitch

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. 

You must click on the settings to activate the subtitles.


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Let's start! 

Row 1: 6 sc in a magic ring

Row 2: 6 inc (12)

Row 3: Make 12 single crochet stitches, make sure the stitches are not loose

NOTE: If you want the top to be more defined, like in this red heart, do another round of 12 stitches.

Whether you've done one round or two, after finishing, make a slip stitch in the next stitch. 

After finishing, cut the thread without leaving too much yarn and pull the loop to pull out the thread. With a wool needle, I'm going to secure the thread with 1 knot on the inside. You have to make the knot near the center, not where the slip stitch is, and the thread should not be loose so that the slip stitch does not open.

Cut the threads at the end so they don't bother you.

Make another part the same way, but don't cut the thread after the slip stitch.

Join both halves

Row 4: Place both halves facing you and pass the crochet hook through the next stitch after the slip stitch. Make a slip stitch and mark it. This will be the first stitch. Adjust the slip stitch well; it should not be loose.

Continue with 12 sc. After finishing the 12 sc, you have to make another slip stitch to move on to the other piece. If you notice, there's like a kind of triangle formed; from where the first slip stitch comes out. Continue to the root of the slip stitch, and make the slip stitch right there.

Finish with 12 sc. We will have 26 sts.

Round 5: Start with 1 decrease, (make sure not to skip the first stitch as it tends to stay very hidden), 9 sc, 2 decreases, (in the second decrease, make sure not to skip the center stitch, as it will also be hidden). 9 sc and 1 decrease (22)

Round 6: Make 3 sc, 2 decreases, 8 sc, 2 decreases and 3 sc (18)

Round 7: Make 3 sc, 2 decreases, 5 sc, 2 decreases and 2 sc (14)

Round 8: Make 2 sc, 2 decreases, 3 sc, 2 decreases, 1 sc (10)

Fill with the help of the crochet hook to reach the bottom and sides well

Round 9: Make 5 decreases

Cut the thread, and with a wool needle, close the hole. Pass the needle through the front of the stitches. If the hole is not too big, you may not need to pass the needle through the 5 stitches.

After finishing, secure with 1 knot and pass the needle to cut the excess thread and hide the knot.

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