Louise Belcher’s Stuffed Toy Animals from Flu-ouise Amigurumi Pattern Collection!

As a HUGE Bob’s Burgers fan, I have been wanting to create Louise Belcher’s stuffed toy animals from the episode Flu-ouise (Season 7, Episode 1) for a loooong time. So when I was finally done with posting seasonal content, I decided to jump right into the midst of it and create all FIVE of the stuffed toy animals featured in that episode.

Bob's Burgers Louise Belcher's Stuffed Toy Animal from Flu-ouise Amigurumi Pattern Collection

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Before you go on and decide to just call them all “Hello Kitty”, here’s a bit of an introduction of each toy!

Kuchi Kopi

Kuchi Kopi from Bob's Burgers Amigurumi Crochet Stuffed Toy Animal (Pattern Only)

Kuchi Kopi is Louise Belcher’s favourite stuffed toy animal. He is a night light that Louise eat, sleeps and poops with (she calls him her “doodie buddy”).

I couldn’t make Louise’s toy collection without creating Kuchi Kopi.

You can find the free pattern here or if you would like to show your support, you can find the printable PDF pattern here. ($6)

Difficulty Level: Easy

Bakeneko

Bakeneko from Bob's Burgers Amigurumi Crochet Stuffed Toy Animal (Pattern Only)

Bakeneko is a bear with a beautiful singing voice. He built a beautiful sundeck up there in the trees. He enjoyed bringing a good book there and feeling the gentle breeze. 

He is one of my favourite toys from that episode and I’m really happy with the way he turned out. You can find the printable PDF pattern in the shop! ($7)

You can read a little bit more about this pattern here as well. 

Difficulty Level: Intermediate to Hard

Akkoro Kamui

Akkoro Kamui from Bob's Burgers Amigurumi Crochet Stuffed Toy Animal (Pattern Only)

Akkoro Kamui is a sassy octopus plushie. She threw the best swamp parties and served wine with calamaris. She and her friends would drink and drink and drink and drink and drink and drink and drink all day.

You can find the printable PDF pattern in the shop! ($7) 

You can also read a little bit more about this pattern here

Difficulty Level: Intermediate to Hard

Mizuchi

Mizuchi from Bob's Burgers Amigurumi Crochet Stuffed Toy Animal (Pattern Only)

Mizuchi is an adorable squishy pink toy that loves to tan. The name Mizuchi is inspired by a Japanese mythological creature that’s an aquatic serpent-like dragon. 

You can find the free pattern here or if you would like to show your support, you can find the printable PDF pattern here. ($6)

Difficulty Level: Easy

Dodomeki

Dodomeki from Bob's Burgers Amigurumi Crochet Stuffed Toy Animal (Pattern Only)

Dodomeki is a creepy-cute toy that is almost alien-like. The name Dodomeki is inspired by a Japanese mythological monster that takes the form of women who are cursed to have eyes all over their arms. 

You can find the free pattern here or if you would like to show your support, you can find the printable PDF pattern here. ($6)

Difficulty: Intermediate



Yarn I Used

I chose to use Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran from LoveCrafts for all of the toys in this collection. I chose to work with Paintbox Yarns for this project because it comes in so many colours and makes colour-matching for this specific project so easy. I also prefer using the cotton version of the yarn versus the acrylic. I find that acrylic is too stretchy and the finished items almost always turn out very inconsistent. 

However, you can use any cotton yarn for these patterns as long as you correspond your hook to the weight of your yarn.

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12 thoughts on “Louise Belcher’s Stuffed Toy Animals from Flu-ouise Amigurumi Pattern Collection!

    • Abby says:

      Hi Olivia, I do not have a newsletter at the moment, but I do updates on my Instagram (@olliehollycrochet) every time I post a blog post!

  1. James says:

    Hello, they look amazing. I suppose if you were looking to make and sell them you’d have mentioned it, but I figured it didn’t hurt to ask. I have a four year old nephew who is obsessed with the episode and calls them all by name. Great work!

    • Abby says:

      Hi there James,

      Unfortunately, because I focus on pattern design, I don’t really have the time to make and sell actual items. However, you could maybe ask if your local yarn shop offers custom orders and they could make the item from my patterns.

      Hope this helps!

      Abby

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