Friday, July 15, 2016

Stinky the Tiny Skunk

Meet Stinky the Tiny Skunk,
He is the same pattern as Ace the Tiny Squirrel with the addition of 3 small parts.

With black yarn, follow the squirrel pattern found here, but do not brush out tail until you have made the white patch for the tail which is found below.

The Skunk's White Lines On Head: with 3.75mm hook
Make 2
1) ch14
2) starting in the 2nd ch from the hook, sl st each ch.
f/o leaving a long tail for sewing.
Lightly brush  if desired before sewing to the head.
Note: You can also just ch14 and not sl st the chains, it's up to you.

The tail needs a white patch that you will sew onto the tail then brush the piece out as you did for the squirrel.

The Skunk's White patch On Tail: with 4.5mm hook or same hook size you used to

make the tail with

1) ch4
2) starting with the 2nd ch from hook, 1sc in each ch (3)
3-7) 1sc in each st for 5 rows *ch1 and turn at the end of each row, skip ch when starting new row
8) 1sc then 2tog (2) 
9) 2tog (1)
f/o leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew patch to tail, make sure to sew all around the entire edge so that the patch does not lift up when you brush it.

There is a whole gang of these tiny amigurumi patterns available. They all have written patterns plus a full video tutorial if  you need it.
There's a bear, koala and a frog ~ pattern here
Also available is Sly the Lil' Fox ~ here
Then I changed the head and came up with the squirrel ~ pattern here I also added an acorn ~ here

There's a Lil' Tree pattern here. The tree holds 4 of these little amigurumis.
and an owl for the tree here.

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Many Blessings to you!

Copyright 2016 Author: Sharon Ojala - Amigurumi To Go, All rights reserved 
 You may sell finished products. Do not reprint this pattern. If you'd like to share this pattern please link back to it. 


  1. I have not seen a crocheted skunk before. He is adorable.

    Have a great weekend, Margaret

  2. Thank you, they are all soooo cute!!

  3. I make all of your patterns, love them all!!

  4. I love this little amigurimi.
    Cant wait to start this cute skunk.

  5. Can you make a brief tutorial on how you did the stripes on the skunks head? Im a little confused by this part. I would really appreciate it.

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