Thursday, August 30, 2007

Pears, pears, everywhere...

My friend - the birthday girl I spoke of - likes pears and cows.

Not sure where I got this idea from. It just flowed out of the pencils... I don't think this will become an amigurumi anytime soon.

(hope it makes sense... I suck at pattern writing, remember? Good luck!)

3.5mm/E hook
Red Heart Soft Yarn – worsted med Leaf (pear body)
Red Heart Soft Yarn – worsted med Chocolate (stem)
Bernat Satin Soft – taupe (leaf)
Black embroidery thread
Bright pink dk yarn scraps

Finished pear approx 4” tall including stem and 6.5” around widest part of body

Body (starting from top of pear)
Start with “magic ring” - 6
2 sc in each – 12
1 sc in first, 2sc in next sc* repeat – 18
1 sc in each – 18 * repeat this round two more times
1 sc in first, 1 sc in next sc, 2sc in next sc* repeat – 24
1 sc in first, 1 sc in next sc, 1 sc in next sc, 2sc in next sc* repeat – 30
1 sc in each sc – 30 * repeat this round six more times
1 sc in first sc, 1 sc in next sc, 1 sc in next sc, sc2tog * repeat – 24

( at this point or soon after you may want to stop and make the stem and attach it. same with putting on the eyes and stitched details. Then stuff it and proceed to decrease. Up to you but I thought it was easier that way.)

1 sc in first sc, 1 sc in next sc, sc2tog * repeat -18
1 sc in first sc, sc2tog * repeat – 12
Sc2tog – 6
Tie off, weave in.

Ch 7
Sc in second chain from hook
Sc in each
Bind off

Sew onto top of pear

Ch 6
Sc in second chain from hook
Sc im first, hdc in next, dc in next, hdc in next, sc in next, sl st in ch 1 of foundation.
Bind off, sew to top of pear


gnathalie2 said...

awesome!! such a happy pear- i'll do your pattern tonight-thanks!!

Anonymous said...

We are starting an amigurumi along this weekend I will put a link up to your post. Love it!

Amigurumi Girl said...

oh my... an amigurumi along! this pattern hasn't been tested yet so i hope it doesn't cause too many problems. please feel free to change it to better suit your styles/needs/etc. (~_^)v have fun! and i would love to see the results if anyone attempts it. hee hee

Anonymous said...

would it be ok if i turn your sweet little pear fairy into an amigurumi????
she's so sweet and i'm so psyched that you are still drawing;)

Amigurumi Girl said...

you wanna make the fairy come alive??? be my guest!! just promise to share photos (and a pattern if possible). (^_^)v and be sure to point people this way. hee hee Good luck! I'm so excited to see the results!

Anonymous said...

why don't you come and join us....

Anonymous said...

thank you so much for this great pattern,
keep up the good work n_n

gnathalie2 said...

I loved making your pear!! Pattern was written just fine, very easy to follow!! I put up the pic in the yahoo group page :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the amigurumi pear pattern! It's funny how something so 'everyday' can be turn into an one of a kind inspiration to share with others ... like me!! Happy crocheting!

Anonymous said...

so cute the pear! can't wait to try out the pattern. thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Very cute pear you've got there.
: )

The Bookworm said... cute!!!

Anonymous said...

Thnak you so much for sharing this wonderful pattern with us!! Please come to visit some time,
I'm new,

Thank you so so much again!!

Anonymous said...

Amigurumi Girl, I love your pattern. I am going to have an Amigurumi program for teens at the Appleton Public Library ( and was wondering if I could use your pattern with the teens. I would give you credit for the pattern. Please email me at! thanks!

jen said...

what an adorable pattern. thank you so much for sharing!

Anonymous said...

This is so cute! Thank you for sharing the pattern. I know what I'll be making soon...

Silvia said...

Hi! It's adorable!

Anonymous said...

Love the pear. Posted it on Stashbustin

Mindi said...

That pear is lovely! I've just blogged it in my blog:

Thanks for the pattern!

Faloola said...

Hi, I'm stuck on sc2tog in next sc* in order to increase from 24 to 30 stitches... how can 2tog be an increase?

Please help, my pear needs you!

Amigurumi Girl said...

Yes, faloola, that should have read "2sc in next sc" for an increase. sorry! i warned you i'm horrible at pattern writing. :) Thanks for calling that to my attention, I changed it in the pattern. (^_^)v

Faloola said...

Wow, thanks so much for your quick reply, I'm so glad I can continue on now, this is my 1st project so thought it was my lack of knowledge.

Would that also meant that

Magic ring 6
1sc in each - 12

should be 2sc in each

Amigurumi Girl said...

hahaha Faloola! You should be my editor! Man I really DO suck in pattern writing! I apologize to all the other people out there who might have tried this pattern and cursed me all the way through! Yes, that first round after the mnagic ring should read

2sc in each - 12

so so sorry everyone... have a great day!

Salaam & Shanti Bariatric Yoga said...

Hi I posted a link and photo to your pear on my blog.

It is so cute had to share it with more people.

Anonymous said...

This was definately a fun one to make! Thanks for sharing the pattern!

Kit said...

love this little pear she is sooo cute and will definately have to give this a go at the weekend :)
I have only been crocheting for about 2 weeks and I am totally addicted. You have a beautiful blog thanks for sharing this pattern

Anonymous said...

Love all these pears--and thank you so much for sharing your patterns. Will have to give this one a go!

Ivy said...

Hi, you have such an adorable blog with lots of cute things. :)
I have tried out and your pear pattern and posted it on my blog.


tara said...

thank you soo much!!!

Edna said...

The pear made was cute! Thanks for the pattern :D Made one myself too!

Unknown said...

Hello there! Thanks so much for posting this pattern up! I found it on a Google search, and am now in the middle of making it :) I just wanted to check something, you know in the pattern where you say:

"1 sc in each sc – 30 * repeat this round six more times"

Do you mean do this once: 1 sc in each sc – 30, then repeat this again 6 more times, i.e. doing that particular round 7 times in total, or does it mean to just do this particular round 6 times in total?

Thanks in advance :)
Nicola x

Amigurumi Girl said...

Hi Nicola- I believe I meant that would be 7 rows total of 30 count each. ;) Good luck!

Lenneth said...

I need some help :(
I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but it always ends up like a strawberry :(... a green strawberry... Please, help me!

Amigurumi Girl said...

Hello Lenneth... I'm not sure how to contact you. You can reach me at with specific questions and I'll try to help you out. ;) At least you know if you change your yarn color you can have a strawberry ami. :D

Las Teje y Maneje said...

Lovely and cute pear!!! Thanks for the pattern!

Nettan said...

super cute x

Unknown said...

i was wondering if i could use this pattern for a crochet class on how to make amigurumi? if class enrollment of other classes is an indicator, there would probably be only a very small number of students who would sign up.

thank you!

Amigurumi Girl said...

This post is for CAREN FRANCO... I'm sorry I'm having the hardest time tying to figure out how to reply to you! I hope you see this post ... yes, please feel free to use this pattern for a class. :)

Unknown said...

thank you! =)