Amigurumi Hipster Llama Free Crochet Pattern • The Art of Amıgurumı

Amigurumi Hipster Llama Free Crochet Pattern

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What does amigurumi means?
The word Amigurumi comes from Japanese. The Japanese call handicrafts knitted with crochet and needle as Ami. The Japanese call the toys that are filled with objects such as fibers or cotton as Nuigurumi. The word Amigurumi is derived as a combination of these two words.

Amigurumi knitting techniques are very easy. You can find many handcrafts prepared with these techniques on my site. What is Amigurumi for beginners in Amigurumi handwork? How to knit amigurumi? In this blog, where you can find the answers to the questions with pictures, you will be able to learn about Amigurumi in all details.

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Also I’m sharing new amigurumi free patterns every day.
Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Llama.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern;



• 3.5 mm crochet hook

• scissors

• tapestry needle

• mercerized cotton yarn 100/170m (30g aprox)

• 100% polyester yarn 100m/230m (30g aprox)

• polyfill

• black yarn to embroider

the nose and eyes

Hipster Hat and Infinity Scarf


• 4.0mm crochet hook (for the hat)

• 8.0mm crochet hook (for the scarf)

• scissors

• A color of 70%acrilic/30% yarn 100g/177m (I used la sedificada from Pingouin)

• 2.5mm pompom

• Chuncky Acrylic yarn(100g/50m)

• A pair of oval safety eyes




• 3.5 mm crochet hook

• scissors

• tapestry needle

• mercerized cotton yarn

100g/170m (30g aprox)

• hot glue

• 5cm pompons

• 30cm tshirt yarn


This pattern was writing using U.S.A. terms.

dec decrease (sc 2 stitches together inc increase (sc in indicated stitch 2 times)

sc single crochet

ch chain stitch

slst slip stitch

st stitch

hdc half double crochet

dc double crochet

MR magic ring

We will start with a snout!

With a cotton yarn and a 4.0mm crochet hook


1.- 6sc in a MR

2.- 6inc =12sc

3.-(1sc, 1inc) x6 =18sc

4 to 6.- 1sc in each st

Close with a slst and Cut the yarn leaving a long tail to sell the nose to the


Llama body

The llama body starts from the legs to the head.

Legs (make 04).

For the legs 01 and 03 cut the yarn after the round 10.

For the legs 02 and 04 see the following instructions.

1.- 6sc in a MR=6

2.- (1inc, 1sc) x 3=9

3,4.- 1sc in each st= 9sc

5.- (2sc, 1inc) x 3=12sc

6,7.- 1sc in each st= 12sc

8.- (3sc, 1inc) x 3=15sc

9,10.- 1sc in each st= 15sc

Close with a slst and cut the yarn.

For the legs 02 and 04, don’t cut the yarn. Join the leg 02 to the leg 01 with a 3sc. Close and cut the yarn.

After, joining the leg 04 to the leg 03 with a 3sc, make 5ch and make 1sc between the legs 01 and 02.

Now, you have a piece like the picture below. We are going to start to work the body in rounds.

You will put a marker on the 2nd sc of the 1st leg.

1.- Make 12sc in the first leg, 1sc between the 1st and 2nd legs  and 11sc in the second legs.

1dec (12thst + 1stch) , 1hdc, 1dc, 1hdc, 1dec (5thst + 1st dc of 3rd leg).

11sc in the 3rd leg

1sc between 3rd and 4th legs

11sc in the 4th leg, 1dec(12thsc of the 4th leg + 1stch)

1hdc, 1dc, 1hdc

1dec (5thst + 1stsc of the 1st leg)= 56sc

YES! You finished the first round, I promise, is the most difficult round!!!!

2.- 23sc, 1dec, 1dc, 1dec, 23sc, 1dec, 1dc, 1dec=52sc

3.- 24sc, 1hdc, 25sc, 1hdc, 1sc=52sc

Now, if you want it’s time to change the yarn.

4 to 7.- 1sc in each sc=52sc

8.- 9sc, 1dec, 7sc, 1dec, 32sc=50st

9.- 9sc, 1dec, 5sc, 1dec, 32sc=48st

10.- 9sc, 1dec, 3sc, 1dec, 32sc=46sc

11.- 9sc, 1dec, 1sc, 1dec, 32sc=44sc

12.- 11sc.

Have sure that the last sc is in the middle back of the llama. If not, make some sc as necessary to.

Join the both sides of the piece with 13slst, leaving 17st unworked in the other extreme of the piece and the body.

Now stuff firmly the legs and the body, observing that the Llama´s legs are touching the surface together

Move the marker for the next st


13.- 17sc + 1sc in the middle line

14.- 1 sc in each st= 18sc

15.- (7sc, 1dec) x 2=16sc

16.- 1 sc in each st= 16sc

17.- (6sc, 1dec) x 2=14sc

18,19.- 1 sc in each st= (14sc

20.- (5sc, 1dec) x 2=12sc

21.- 1 sc in each st= 12sc

Stuff firmly the neck.


22.- (1sc, 1inc) =18sc

23.- (2sc, 1inc) =24sc

24.- (3sc, 1inc) =30sc

25 to 30.- (6 rounds) 1sc in each st= 30st

31.- (3sc, 1dec) x 6= 24sc

Stop now! It´s time to sell the nose on to the head and put the safety eyes!

32.- (2sc, 1dec) x 6= 18sc

33.- (2sc, 1dec) x6=12sc

34.- 6dec=6sc

Close with slst leaving a tail to sell.


1- 6sc in a MR

2- (2sc 1 inc) x2= 8sc

3- to 6 1sc in each st= 8sc

Leave a long tail to sell on to the body.

Ears (Make 2)

1.- 4sc in a MR =4sc

2.- (1sc, 1inc) x 2= 6sc

3.- (2sc, 1inc) x 2= 8sc

3 to 8- 1sc in each st= 8 sc

Assemble the Llama according to picture

Hipster Hat

1.- Make 8hdc in a MR, close with a slst, ch2

2.- 8hdcinc= 16hdc, close with a slst, ch2

3.- (1hdc, 1hdcinc) x 8= 24hdc, close with a slst, ch2

4- 1hdc in each hdc=24 close with a sl, ch2

5.- (2hdc, 1hdcinc) x 8=32 hdc, close with a slst, ch2

6.- 4hdc, 4ch (miss 4hdc) 8hdc, 4ch (miss 4hdc) 12hdc =32sc, close with a slst,ch2

7.- 4hdc, 4hdc in the chain, 8hdc, 4hdc in the chain, 12hdc = 32hdc, close with a slst, ch2

8 and 9.- 1hdc in each hdc= 32hdc.

Close with a slst and hide the yarn

Put the pompom over the hat.

Infinity Scarf

With a chunky yarn you have chosen, make many chains as necessary to make two rounds on the neck of the llama. Make 2 more chains and close the ring.

1-Ch2, make 1hdc in each chain and close with a st.

Hide the yarn.


If you don´t have an amigurumi glasses, you can to improvise with a 2 rings for a keychain and a thin black yarn!!!! I used a cotton yarn Bella(100g/450m)

1-With a proper crochet hook for a thin yarn, make some sc as necessary for to cover the first ring (23sc with Bella yarn). Close with a slst. Don´t cut the yarn

2-Ch5, cover the other the ring with a some sc as necessary, close with a slst.

3-Make 5slst in each slst of the previous round.

Close with a slst, cut and hide the yarn. To fix the glasses to the llama face you will need a little bit of a hot glue in a specific place


1.- Start with a 7chain

In the second from hook, make a sc and make more 5sc, 1ch. Turn the work.

2.-16(15 rows) 6sc, 1ch turn

Alternate the colors as you wish (even 2 or 3 rows).

After the last row, make 1sc around the piece, in each corner, make 3sc

Hide the yarn.

Fasten the blanket to the llama with a 30cm of t-shirt yarn. Hold the pompom to the blanket with a hot glue

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2 thoughts on “Amigurumi Hipster Llama Free Crochet Pattern

  1. Hi! Your pattern and idea is genius, but you’ve got a few errors that made it a little bit hard to understand the pattern. Firstly, you repetitively misspell “sew” as “sell”. I think it would be helpful if you double check your pattern while and after writing it, or going over what you’ve written after the fact. Second, row 33 of the head makes no sense. I think it should be (1sc, 1dec) and not (2sc, 1dec), otherwise you wouldn’t be able to get to the neccesary stitch count. I also noticed you use hot glue in instances where it might actually be easier to just sew, such as the pompom on the blanket. This is actually a personal preference but I think in terms of not having to use too much different equipment, it would help. When you’re making that pompom, you can leave the thread you use to bind it long and sew it on like that.
    For my llama’s glasses I actually bent a thin wire and wrapped black yarn all around, that way the glasses remained thin and pleasant. It is a bit tedious though, and I liked your idea of crocheting around a Keychain.
    All in all, a fantastic pattern with good execution and an adorable outcome. I loved making this Llama (and looking at it when it was done) 🙂

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