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Corgi Amigurumi PDF


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This is the PDF Version to the Corgi Amigurumi crochet pattern. This pattern uses the same body for any reptile you want to make.

With this purchase you get a photo heavy PDF (12 pages).

This PDF is downloadable immediately after payment. After payment you will be redirected to a download page. The PDF download will also be e-mailed to you, for access anytime you need to re-download it. Please look in your email for “Your StringyDingDing order is now complete!“. There you can click on the title of the pattern you purchased, and get the immediate download. Example below.

The PDF has a detailed “Preface” page that includes table of contents, stitch abbreviations, stitches used, useful information about the pattern, and all supplies you will need for the pattern.

The pages are laid out very cleanly and in order of the pieces you will be making. It’s perfect for printing out and placing in your binder.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
J Shaw
Great Pattern

I’ve made two of these cheeky chaps for a Jubilee display. I found this pattern easy to understand and quick to make. I modified it slightly by giving my dogs a tail, as tails are no longer docked here. I also used a thicker yarn (Re;treat by West Yorkshire Spinners) and larger hook (5.5mm) as I wanted them a bit bigger.

Carol C
Finished size needed

I am still making this dog. It’s quite easy to follow the pattern but as others have said, it is coming out much bigger than I expected. It would be helpful to include finished dimensions on the pattern. It’s very cute though and will make a great Jubilee gift.

Needed for a jubilee postpbox topperx

Easy to follow very effective

Angela Hillman
Totally adorable

Fun, easy pattern. I used regular worsted weight yarn, think it would've been better with 100% cotton or amigurumi-specific yarn but great no matter. Pictures are really nice, helps a little to see what you should be doing. My guy is about 6" tall (legs to ears) and 8" long. I didn't put a tail on, because my Corgi doesn't have one. The butt is the best part ^_^

Nicole V.
Simple Pattern, but Larger than Expected!

This was an easy pattern to follow, I wish it would have the dimensions of the finished corgi, though! Made for a friend and it came out to be like 4x larger than I imagined it would be 😳. But all in all, a cute little dog!

marie-therese gassmann-weissenhorn
A really good Pattern

Thanks so much. It was really good explain und easy.

Brenda Thorpe
Hound Dog

I Love Olives Patterns and find them easy to follow because of pictures on assembly and the easy to read instructions

william mckeag
Fun project

What a fun project! My granddaughter loved the puppy. His nose is crooked in the picture)