This Sweetest Lil Witch Amigurumi Crochet Pattern makes a little trick-or-treater Witch amigurumi doll. It comes with instructions for her personalized trick-or-teat bag! She’s not very traditional, but neither am I. My husband says she looks Tim Burton-ish. Makes perfect sense to me. The first time I saw anything by Tim Burton, I instantly felt nostalgic.
Sweetest Lil Witch Amigurumi Crochet Pattern
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Candy corn pattern is NOT included but can be found as a tutorial HERE to make them Hair Ties as well!
Red Heart Super Saver- black, orange, white, flesh color (You may choose any colour for effect on the skin- lavender, grey, pink, white, green.)
F-hook/ 3.75mm, G-hook/ 4.00mm
Safety Eyes, Permanent Marker or Yarn for the eyes
sc- single crochet
dec- decrease (described below)
pu- pick up
Tips for making amigurumi: When working up amigurumi, the stitches should be tight in order to contain the polyfill. You will stuff the critters pretty tightly by using rolled up, small pieces of polyfill to really get it firm so it doesn’t lose its shape.
How to decrease (abbreviation is “dec”): Also known as “sc2tog”. Insert hook into st and draw up a loop. Insert hook into next st and draw up a loop. Yarn over, draw through all 3 loops on hook. That is one decrease.
This pattern is worked in the round. You will use your stitch marker to tell you where your row ends and where it begins. Start from the top and work down.
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Hat and Face (Black and Flesh Color):
Have polyfill and safety eyes ready.
R1: starting with hat color chain 2, sc 4 in 2nd chain from hook
R2: sc around
R3: * sc, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
R4: * sc 2, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
R5: * sc 3, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
R6: * sc 4, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
R7: * sc 5, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
R8: * sc 6, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
R9: * sc 7, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
R10: * sc 8, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
R11: * sc 9, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
R12: * sc 10, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
R13: * sc 11, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
The face will start on R15.
R14: * 2 sc in the next, sc * around (repeat * to * around)
Drop the black but do not remove or cut.
Pick up flesh color and join (With amigurumi, I tie the tails together and tuck them in so it isn’t possible they slip. Only do this once you are certain you are in the right spot.)
R15: back loop only sc around w/ flesh color (You will come back to work in the front loop for the brim of the hat.)
R16: * dec, sc * (repeat * to * around)
R17-18: sc around
R19: * sc 3, dec * (repeat * to * 4 times), dec in last st (21sts)
R20: * sc 3, dec * (repeat * to * around 5 times around), sc in last st (17sts)
Add safety eyes between rounds 17 & 18 and stuff the hat and head.
R21: dec around, slip stitch closed, fasten off, leaving a tail.
Brim of Hat:
PU black and go back on to R15.
I flip it upside down to be able to work easily into the front loop.
R15: front loop only * sc 3, 2 sc in the next * (repeat * to * around)
R16: sc around
R17: sc around, slip st, fasten off, weave in the ends.
Legs (start with black, join in orange, make 2):
R1: chain 2, sc 6 in to 2nd chain from hook
R2: 2 sc in each around (12sts)
R3-5: sc around (stuff the shoe- 12sts)
R6: back loop only- dec around (6 times) join in orange to start R7
R7: back loop only- sc around (6 times)
R8-12: back loops only- sc around, fasten off leaving a tail
Bloomers (using black on to tops of legs):
R13: back loop only- 2 sc in each around
Front loop of this round is to crochet on the fringe when we finish the leg.
R14-16: sc around, fasten off
Fringe on Bloomers (both- still on black):
R13: turn legs upside down if it’s easier to get to.
into front loops from R13 – sc 2 in each st around, join with a slip stitch, fasten off.
Hands to Arms (flesh color & black, Make 2):
R1: using flesh color, chain 2, sc4 in 2nd chain from hook
R2: sc 2 in each st around
R3: sc around, skip 1, slip stitch, fasten off.
R4-9: joining black, working in front loops only – sc around
Push tails down into hands to keep their shape, fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.
R1: chain 2, sc 6 in 2nd chain from hook
R2: 2 sc in each around (12sts)
R3: * 2 sc in the next, sc * (repeat from * to * around)
R4: * 2 sc in the next, sc 2 * (repeat from * to * around)
R5: * 2 sc in the next, sc 3 * (repeat from * to * around)
R6: * 2 sc in the next, sc 4 * (repeat from * to * around)
R7-8: sc around
R9: back loop only- * dec, sc 3 * (repeat from * to * around) This is where the skirt will start.
R10: both loops- * dec, sc 2 * (repeat from * to * around)
R11-12: sc around
R13: * dec, sc * (repeat from * to * around)
sew legs on, stuff as you go
R14-15: sc around – sew arms on, complete stuffing
R16: dec 4, slip stitch, fasten off
Skirt (using black starting in the front loops of R9 from body):
Starting this skirt is difficult to monitor but well worth it.
R1: * 2 sc, 2 sc in the next * (repeat from * to * around)
R2-7: sc around
R8: * dec, 6 sc * (repeat from * to * around- 5 times), dec, sc 5 to end, slip stitch, fasten off and sew in the end.
Bag- Front and Back (orange yarn, Make 2, using G-Hook):
R1: chain 13, sc 12, chain 1, turn
R2: sc across, chain 1, turn
R3-11: repeat R2
fasten off, leaving long tails
Bag- Sides and Bottom (using orange, Make 1):
R1: chain 34, sc 33, chain 1, turn
R2: chain 33, fasten off, leave long tail
Bag- Handle (using orange, Make 2):
sc to top of bag, chain 8, sc to bag
Using your yarn needle and the tails, slip stitch your three bag pieces together.
When doing any lettering, I make little dots with a washable marker the same color as the fabric. If I goof or don’t like it, I can rub it with a damp washcloth and it just fades in. For this bag, I used worsted weight yarn and gently pulled it through between the stitches with a yarn needle. You may dab a little fabric glue around the yarn or under it if you think it will go through some playtime. I use a craft glue by Elmer’s that dries clear.
Pattern for the Small Candy Corn pictured is my pattern used for Candy Corn Amigurumi Hair Ties. Click HERE for that one. Click HERE for Lion Brand’s Large Candy Corn Pattern. You will need to sign up on their page to get this pattern, but it is an easy registration.
How about a quick project when you finish or between pieces? Try Tiny Towels crochet pattern!