Hi, everyone! I don’t often do custom orders but recently I was asked if I could make this little pug amigurumi and it was just too adorable not to. So I wanted to share my little pug with you, as well as tell you where I got my inspiration and where you can pick up the pattern!
The pattern is by an artist called Mohu who makes the most adorable teeny-tiny amigurumi creatures. Check out Mohu’s website here and Instagram here! And I also found out that the artist is local to me! We both operate out of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
You can pick up the pattern for this little pug over in Mohu’s shop, and Mohu even offers kits so you can get the exact materials you need to make it! And even if you’re not a big crocheter, you can also purchase a completed pug in Mohu’s shop, along with many other adorable creatures!
For my pug, I used the following materials:
- 3.75mm hook (I use THESE hooks!);
- Bernat Super Value in Mushroom;
- Loops & Threads Impeccable in Chocolate for ears;
- Brown felt;
- DMC Embroidery Cotton Floss No. 938 (brown) separated into just one strand (sewing thread would work too);
- Sewing needle;
- Black crochet thread for nose (I use THIS kind);
- 6mm Safety Eyes;
- Tapestry needle.
In the original pattern, the eyes used are 6mm beads. I opted to use regular 6mm safety eyes, so I simply folded over each felt piece and cut a little slit in each to insert the safety eyes and then attached them as normal.
This project is so quick and fun that you could have a pug army in no time at all. Most. Adorable. Army. Ever.
You could easily attach a key ring at the top and turn it into an adorable little bag charm! What else do you think would make perfect little tsum tsum creatures?
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