Are you a crochet enthusiast looking for your next exciting project? Look no further! We have the perfect pattern for you – an amigurumi tooth free crochet pattern.
Amigurumi is the art of crocheting small, stuffed animals or objects, and this tooth pattern is not only adorable but also a great way to practice your crochet skills.
In this article, we will provide you with detailed step-by-step instructions on how to create your very own amigurumi tooth. We will also share the materials and supplies you’ll need to get started.
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crocheter, this pattern is sure to challenge and entertain you. So grab your crochet hooks and let’s get started on this fun and unique project!
Pattern Designer: Amigurumi Amo
- 2.5 / 3.0 mm crochet hook
- Cotton yarn in white color
- Yarn needle
Sc – single crochet
Inc – increase
Dec – decrease
Dc – double crochet
Hdc – half double crochet
The tooth will have two “legs”, follow the instructions two times.
6 sc in magic loop 
R1: (sc, inc) x3 
R2: sc 
R3: (sc, sc, inc) x3 
When you finish the second “leg” don’t cut the thread: join the first “leg”.
R4: Join the “legs” with a sc: work sc9 (total sc10). Skip the next 2stitches of the second “leg”, skip the first 2stitches of the first “leg” and work sc10 
R6: (sc4, inc) x5 
R7-8-9: sc 
R10: sc4, * hdc, dc, dc inc, dc inc, dc, hdc *, sc6, repeat from * to *, sc3 
R11: sc6, dec, dec, sc10, dec, dec, sc5 
R12: (sc 3, dec) x5 
R13: (sc 2, dec) x5 
R14: (sc, dec) x5 
R15: dec x5 
Cut off and secure. Insert the thread along the tooth and use it to close the hole between the “legs”.
Pull the thread to create the crown of the tooth.
Sew the black beads, embroider the mouth and the eyebrows, with pink thread embroider two little lines under the eyes.
This cute little tooth is more than just a crochet project; it’s a reminder to find happiness in even the simplest of things.
As we let our imagination run wild while crocheting each stitch, we were transported into a world where anything is possible. We were able to create something out of nothing – transforming mere strands of yarn into an adorable character that brings smiles to faces.
And just like that, we realize that life itself is full of endless possibilities waiting for us to explore.
So next time you pick up your crochet hook, remember this little tooth and its whimsical charm. Let it serve as a reminder that creativity knows no bounds and happiness can be found in every stitch.