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Hey, Pikmin! White Pikmin Crochet Pattern - Free!



White Pikmin Amigurumi Pattern
White pikmin are great against poisonous enemies!

Hey, what's that I hear under my bed? Nope, not the monster under my bed but pikmin!


Pikmin have been my favourite ever since the first game came out for the Nintendo GameCube when I was younger. My twin sister and I would play for hours together and sing along with singing and humming pikmin.


I wanted to surprise my sister with a large white pikmin, because the white ones were always ones with the cool poisonous attacks. Absolutely one of the best ways to kill bulborbs without much of a fight!


This pattern kept me somewhat sane when I got infected by Covid for a second time and I couldn't do anything for weeks. Pikmin are lifesavers in a way. They look awesome in your room on a shelf next to a plant or simply place them on your desk or nightstand for company.


For this white pikmin I used organic slave free cotton yarn by Anna & Clara by Sostrene Grene. 50g = 160m. Thread is about 1mm thick. You can use any type of yarn you like!


I'd love to see what you create from this pattern, so don't hesitate to tag me in your photos on social media! :)




Body; white/cream

Eyes; red

Stem; light green, dark(er) green

Flower; yellow, pink

2,5mm crochet hook

Fiberfill stuffing

Embroidery needle

Optional: Wire to make the whole body poseable.



Arms

White yarn

1

sc5 in mr

5

2

*inc*

10

3

sc around

10

4

sc2, inc, sc7

11

5

sc around

11

6

dec, sc3, dec, sc2, dec

8

7

dec, sc6

7

8-9

sc around x2

7

10

inc, sc6

8

11-17

sc around x7

8

Cut yarn, make second arm.

Legs

White yarn

1

ch4

4

2

inc, sc, 3sc, sc

7

3

inc x2, sc, inc x2, sc2

11

4

sc around in BLO

11

5

sc around

11

6

sc, dec x2, sc6

9

7

dec x2, sc5

7

8

sc around

7

9

sc4, inc, sc2

8

10

sc5, inc, sc2

9

11

sc around

9

12

*sc2, inc*

12

13

*sc3, inc*

15

14

sc around

15

15

*sc4, inc*

18

Cut yarn and make second leg. Don’t cut yarn on second leg.

Ch3, connect to 1st leg with a sc in 8th st. Place marker.

We’ll start counting from row 1 again. (42)

42

1

*sc6, inc*

48

2-9

*sc around x8

48

10

*sc6, dec*

42

11-17

sc around x7

42

18

*sc5, dec*

36

We start attaching the arms in the next round

19

sc9, sc8 in left arm, sc19, sc8 in right arm, sc8

52

20

*sc6, dec*, sc3, dec

46

21

sc3, *dec, sc6*, sc

40

Stuff legs and body

22

*sc5, dec*, sc5

35

23

*dec, sc4*, sc3

29

24

*sc3, dec*, sc2, dec

23

25

*sc4, dec*, sc3, dec

19

26

sc11, dec, sc6

18


Continue crocheting the head

27

*sc2, inc*

24

28

sc around

24

29

*sc3, inc*

30

30

sc around

30

31

sc2, *inc, sc4*, sc2

36

32

*sc5, inc*

42

33

*sc6, inc*

48

34

sc3, *inc, sc7*, sc4

54

35

*sc8, inc*

60

36-46

sc around x11

60

47

*sc8, dec*

54

48

sc3, *dec, sc7*, sc4

48

49

*sc6, dec*

42

50

*sc5, dec*

36

51

*sc4, dec*

30

52

sc around

30

53

*sc3, dec*

24

54

*sc2, dec*

18

55-56

sc around x2

18

57

*sc, dec*

12

58-65

sc around x8

12

66

sc4, dec, sc6

11

67

sc around

11

68

sc2, dec, sc7

10

69

sc around

10

70

sc5, dec, sc3

9

71

sc around

9

72

sc, dec, sc6

8

73

sc around

8

74

sc3, dec, sc3

7

75

sc around

7

76

dec, sc5

6


77-79

sc around x3

6

Switch to light green

80

sc2, dec, sc2

5

81-83

sc around x3

5

84

dec, sc3

4

Switch to a darker green

85

sc around

4

Continue to crochet the stem with dark green.

86

*inc*

8

87

*sc, inc*

12

88

*sc, inc*

18

Leave a tail for sewing later. Cut yarn.


Flower

Yellow

1

Sc6 in mr

6

2

*inc*

12

3

*sc, inc*

18

4

sc around