Free Jigglypuff Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Note: This pattern has been updated as of May 2021. The changes include an updated hook size, additional yarn information, gauge, and stitch type that creates much tighter stitches. Slight changes have also been made to the pattern for the ears, feet, and hands.

Hi guys! I’m SO excited to share with you my very first free amigurumi pattern on the blog! I’ve been rewatching Pokemon Indigo League recently and felt inspired to crochet Jigglypuff.

Free Jigglypuff Pokemon Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

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You can make your own Jigglypuff with this quick and easy pattern. If you use the same weight of yarn as me, your Jigglypuff will end up being roughly 3 inches (7.75cm) tall.

The difficulty level of this pattern is Easy and this pattern is written in US crochet terminology.

If you are new to crochet and prefer video tutorials, you’ll find the 3-part video tutorial in this playlist. I also have a couple of video tutorials for beginners.

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This pattern is worked in continuous rounds unless otherwise stated – Mark the first stitch of the round with a stitch marker to help keep track of where the beginning of the round is.

Gauge

5 Round Circle = 1.5″ (Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran) with a 3.25mm (D) hook.

Note: I am working the x-stitch (yarn under single crochet). If you are working the standard sc, go down a hook size.

Gauge isn’t super important for amigurumi, but I included it just in case you want to check your gauge. Being a little off should not affect the final product too much. You can learn more about measuring gauge for amigurumi here!

Yarn I used

I used Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran for this toy, but you can use any yarn as long as you correspond your hook to the weight of your yarn. For this pattern, I used roughly 25g of Ballet Pink, 3g of Granite Grey, and a little bit of Grass Green. Each skein is about 50g. Please note that the exact amount of yarn you use will depend on the stitch you use and your tension.


Things you’ll need

Terminology

st(s): stitch(es)
ch: chain
sc: single crochet
inc: two single crochets in one stitch
dec: invisible decrease, single crochet two stitches together through the front loops only
hdc: half double crochet
dc: double crochet
sl st: slip stitch
#sc/inc: one sc in the following # stitches
sc#: sc # of times in the next st
(…) x #: repeat anything in the parenthesis however many times the number indicates
[#]: total number of stitches for that row


Jigglypuff’s Head/Body

Free Jigglypuff Amigurumi Crochet Plush Pattern Step 1

with Ballet Pink yarn
1
         6sc in magic circle [6]
2          6inc [12]
3          (sc, inc) x 6 [18]
4          sc, inc, (2sc, inc) x 5, sc [24]
5          (3sc, inc) x 6  [30]
6          2sc, inc, (4sc, inc) x 5, 2sc [36]
7          (5sc, inc) x 6 [42]
8-12     sc in all sts [42] (5 Rounds)

Insert safety eyes between round 11 & 12, leaving 6 sts between the eyes. Snap backing in once you are happy with the placement of the eyes. You can also start stuffing the head tightly as you go from this point on.

13        3sc, inc, (6sc inc) x 5, 3sc [48]
14-15   sc in all sts [48]
16        3sc, dec, (6sc, dec) x 5, 3sc [42]
17        sc in all sts [42]
18        (5sc, dec) x 6 [36]
19        2sc, dec, (4sc, dec) x 5, 2sc [30]
20        (3sc, dec) x 6 [24]
21        sc, dec, (2sc, dec) x 5, sc [18]
22        (sc, dec) x 6 [12]

Fasten off, stuff fully, close the hole and weave the tail in.

Ears

Free Jigglypuff Amigurumi Crochet Pattern Step 4

Inner Ear
with Granite Grey yarn
1          Ch 5, working into the back bumps of the ch: dc into 3rd ch from hook, hdc, sc3, continuing in the front of the ch: hdc, dc [7]
Fasten off and weave the tails in. Make two, set aside for later.

Outer Ear
with Ballet Pink yarn
1          Ch 5, working into the back bumps of the ch: dc into 3rd ch from hook, hdc, sc3, continuing in the front of the ch: hdc, dc [7]
2          Ch 1, turn, line the inner ear up to the outer ear, from this point on, you’ll be crocheting through both pieces:  inc, sc, inc, (hdc, ch 1, hdc) in the next st, inc, sc, inc [13]
Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing. Make two.

Pouf

Free Jigglypuff Amigurumi Crochet Pattern Step 4

with Ballet Pink yarn
1         
6sc in magic circle [6]
2-4       sc in all sts [6] (3 Rounds)
5          (sc, inc) x 3 [9]
6-10     sc in all sts [9] (5 Rounds)
11        sc, inc (2sc, inc) x 2, sc [12]
12-15   sc in all sts [12] (4 Rounds)
16        (sc, dec) x 4 [8]
Stuff lightly, close hole, and leave a long tail
for sewing (roughly 12” long).

Hands

Free Jigglypuff Amigurumi Crochet Pattern Step 5

Make 2
with Ballet Pink yarn
1          6sc in magic circle [6]
2-4       sc in all sts [6] (3 Rounds)
Fasten off, do not stuff, and leave a tail for sewing.

Feet

Make 2
with Ballet Pink yarn
1          6sc in magic circle [6]
2          (sc, inc) x 3 [9]

3-5       sc in all sts [9]

6          (sc, dec) x 3 [6]
Fasten off, do not stuff, whip stitch the opening shut and leave a tail for sewing.

Microphone

Free Jigglypuff Amigurumi Crochet Pattern Step 6

Marker
with Granite Grey yarn
1          4sc in magic circle [4]
2-5       sc in all sts [4]
Fasten off, do not stuff, and close the hole.

Cover
with Grass Green yarn
1          8sc in magic circle [8]
2-4       sc in all sts [8]
Fasten off, seamless join in the round, and weave the tails in.

Fit the cover over the black marker component.

Assembly

  • Pin the fat side of the pouf onto the centre of the top of the head, keep pinning the pouf onto the head to form a reverse “J”. Sew it onto the head, try to keep the stitch as close to the head as possible. If you need to see this step in action, watch part 3 of the Jigglypuff video tutorial.
Free Jigglypuff Amigurumi Crochet Pattern Step 7
  • Pin the ears to either sides of the pouf. To make sure the positioning of the ears is as symmetrical as possible, have the top corner of both ears sitting on the same round of the head. Look at the head from the top down and compare the position of the ears to the position of the eyes. Sew the ears in place.
  • Pin the feet to the bottom of the body, leaving a 1-round distance between the two feet. Whip stitch the edge of the feet to the body.
  • Pin the hands to the sides of the body, with the top of the hands starting at round 13 of the head. Sew in place.
  • Embroider a mouth between the eyes.
  • Optional: Sew microphone to hand.

Please leave me a comment down below (or contact me) if you have any questions about this pattern. I would also love to see your creation so don’t forget to tag me (@olliehollycrochet) on Instagram or use the #olliehollycrochet! Please let me know in the comments what you would like to see next!

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