Video tutorial and pattern 

Pulsa AQUÍ para ir a la versión en español


  • 3 mm crochet hook
  • Yarn Gazzal Cotton baby 60% cotton 40 % acrylic
  • Wool needle
  • Pair of scissors
  • Sewing needle
  • Black sewing thread
    🔨 You can see the materials I use to make my amigurumis HERE 

Stitches used are

  • Magic ring
  • Single crochet (sc)
  • Increases (inc)
  • Decreses (dec)
  • Slip stitch (sl st)
  • Chan 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!

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


Row 1: 6 sc in a magic ring

Row 2: 6 increases (12)

Row 3 y 4: 12 sc in each row

Row 5: 1 sc - 1 inc (18)

Row6: 2 sc - 1 inc (24)

Row 7: 3 sc - 1 inc (30)

Row 8: 4 sc - 1 inc (36)

Row 9: 5 sc - 1 inc (42)

Row 10 a 21: 42 sc in each row

👁‍🗨👁‍🗨 Place the eyes between rows 6 and 7 with 4 stitches in between.

Row 22: 5 sc - 1 dec (36)

Row 23: 4 sc - 1 dec (30)

Row 24: 3 sc - 1 dec (24)

Row 25: 2 sc - 1 dec (18)

Row 26: 1 sc - 1 dec (12)

Row 27: 6 dec.

If after the last decreases there is still a hole, close it with a woollen needle just taking the front loop of the stitches until it is close. Then, make a not and hide the yarn passing the needle through the pig's body.


Row 1: Magic ring 4 sc

Row 2: 1 sc - 1 inc (6)

Row 3: 1 sc - 1 inc (9)

Row 4: 2 sc - 1 inc (12)

Row 5: 6 sc

Make 1 slip stitch in the next stitch, cut yarn leaving enough yarn to sew to the body


Row 1: 5 sc in a magic ring

Row 2: 5 inc (10p)

Row 3: 10 sc

Make 1 slip stitch in the next stitch, cut yarn leaving enough yarn to sew to the body 


16 chain stitches. The excess strand at the beginning of the chain stitch should not be too short. 

Continue making 15 sl st starting at 2º chain. At the end we cut the thread leaving enough to sew to the body and secure with 1 knot.



Having made 6 sc in the last row there is a part that is a little longer, this longer part will be the one that will go in the back, so the ear will be slightly inclined forward.

I have placed them on row 11 with 8 stitches between them.

Before sewing, I secure them with pins to leave them well positioned. I sew by taking the outside of the stitches.


I have placed the front legs between rows 11 and 13 with two points of separation.

I have placed the rear legs between rows 19 and 21 with 4 points of separation.

As with the ears, I pin and check that the position is correct.

It is important that as we sew we respect the circumference of each leg, since without realizing it we can make it smaller.

Sew the tail

With the shortest strand and the help of the wool needle, go through the pig's body through the center.

With the longest strand we are going to sew a few stitches starting from the center. Sew approximately 1 cm towards the top so that the tail does not fall. 

Shape it a little with your hands to form a spiral.

🐽 To make the little black holes in the nose I use a sewing needle and black thread, making several passes.

With the paws and eyes I also make a couple of marks to mark the hooves.