Free Patterns

Updated May 2018 ~

Easy to find,
All my free patterns are found on the right  side of this blog page.

Look to the right, and scroll down, slowly.


Top 10 patterns of the week,

The first list is in pictures and those are the top 10 patterns this week. Click on each picture to get to that particular pattern. The list looks like the photo below, the patterns change weekly depending on popularity



Scroll a bit further,
until you see the label list as pictured below, (it's on the right hand side too). It is actually way longer than pictured below, I took a screen shot of what I could.

Just click on them!

If you click on any word  in the label list,  then all the posts with the word  will come up for you. Give it a try, it's easy!


Also on Ravelry

Visit my Ravelry designer page here. It has my patterns in a gallery view.

OR use the search bar on the right side, near the top. One word searches work best.


Also visit,

Amigurumi Freely the blog, here. It is my new pattern directory with pattern links  from other designers.


https://www.facebook.com/AwesomeAmigurumi https://www.youtube.com/user/SharonOjala/ http://www.ravelry.com/designers/sharon-ojala http://instagram.com/sharon_ojala

50 comments:

  1. Bonjour
    Pour les lunettes j'utilise du fil de fer et du fil à scoubidou. Le fil scoubidou étant creux, j'insère à l'intérieur le fil de fer, et il n'y a plus qu'à créer la forme voulue.
    Bravo et merçi pour vos tutos.
    Kris.Rhodon

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  2. Hello Thanks for your great patterns. Enjoy them al a lot.
    Thanks

    Anke from Holland

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  3. Dear Sharon,
    I have been crocheting for just a couple of months, and your patterns and tutorials make me look like a pro! I am "hooked!" ;) Thank you so much! You are wonderful!
    Tonya H., Minneapolis, MN

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  4. Dear Sharon,
    Just want to thank you for the wonderful tutorials! You are a great instructor and your designs are clever and imaginative. So thankful to have discovered your resources! Look forward to more! Best regards,
    Tracy
    California

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  5. Thanks for the lovely patterns.
    Greets Anke from Holland

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    1. Dear Sharon could you please do a wee ones cat and wee ones clothes . I love crocheting and the wee bits are my favorite

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    2. Thanks so much for all your hard work, creating patterns and then doing a video. Love all the little animals

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  6. Dear Sharon
    I can`t find the pattern for Caroline can you help me ycctaylor@hotmail.com
    regards
    Lillian

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    1. I explain how to find all my patterns on this very post you left the message on.. scroll up and it's all there. Near the top is a slide show, scroll through that until you see Coraline.
      Or
      you can look to the right of this page, scroll down a ways and there is a label list... click on the label "Coraline (10)" and all my Coraline patterns will come up for you. The (10) is the number of posts that are under that label.

      Hope that helps

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  7. Sharon...I just wanted to thank you for all you do for us!! I started making some of these lil guys and am sooooo hooked now on them!! it seems I Am gravitating more and more to them all!!! TYTYTYTY lady!! you're the best !!!
    love ya
    Cheryl Ann

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    1. I'm so honored, thanks Cheryl.. I really appreciate that :))

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  8. making big foot monkey:) head body and 1 arm complete and im happy at progress.

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  9. Thank you very much for your patterns. All of them are wonderful!!!
    Congratulations for your blog!!!

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  10. Thank you for the tutorials. I finally know how to make a magic circle now.
    Your explanations are concise and to the point.

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  11. Thank you for your tutorials, indeed I start hooking since this May. It makes me look like a pro, too! Thank you!
    Greetings from The Netherlands

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  12. Hi Sharon, I like your patterns very much. I would like to make humpty is it possible to come up with a large egg like 5 or 6 inches. with hands and feet. Thank you kindly
    cheers from Melbourne

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  13. Couldnt seem to find link for small ones :(

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    1. I think I see the problem.. there was an ad that stretched across part of the label list so try again. I just shrunk that ad down and now the full label list is viewable. Click on the word or the label "Miniature" and 7 posts will pop up but only a summary of each post so you need to click on "read more" to get the full post.

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  14. Love your patterns, I have crocheted for many years and always looking for new things to make. Thank you for sharing and the free patterns, as I am on a limited budget-and that makes it great for many of us

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  15. Sharon,
    I just love your patterns and your generosity in giving them to us. I just made the pig and have had trouble gluing in the eyes. Can you tell me what type of glue to use that will permanently stick.

    Barbara

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    1. Thank you Barbara!
      yes it's called Fabri-Tac by Beacon. Use very little, you only need a small amount. You don't want it oozing out around the eye once you push the eye in place. I put a little bit around the stem then push the eye in. It works great. Hope that helps :)

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  16. Thank you so much for your free patterns and great tutorials. You are fab teacher! I'm going to try to do a mouse but bigger one. I've already done a doll and tiger for my daughet (similar pattern to your mouse) so I hope I'll be good at doing pets to kids :)

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    1. I've done my first mouse. It's so beautifull! I wish I could show you my work. I've decided to make body a little bigger and a feet which looks like Big Foot Pig. Looks great! Now I'm thinking about ballerina dress for her (as it's Little Miss Mouse) but cannot decide how shoud it look like and most of all HOW to make it. Any suggestions? Thank you so much again! :)

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  17. Hi Sharon, Just wanted to let you know that I finished 16 Amigurumi toys that will go to children at Christmas. They will be distributed by the Salvation Army. I am still working on two more and hope to keep on crocheting until the last minute. Thought you would like to know what is happening with your patterns. Have a lovely Christmas.

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    1. wow that is so wonderful Dorothy!
      That just makes me so happy, thank you very much for letting me know.

      Happy Christmas to you as well :)

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  18. I love your patterns and tutorials. They are so easy to follow. I personalize the ones I do for the people I give them to. They just love them, especially the grandkids. I tell everyone about your tutorials and blogs. The dollhouse was beautiful, I especially like the mushroom character. Many blessings and continued success in the future.

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    1. thanks so much! I appreciate the kind words. I'm thrilled to know you have been enjoying the patterns, that means a lot to me :)

      And thanks, I do love my mushroom man too, lol he's a little creepy to some but to me he is magical...

      Many Blessings to you as well
      Sharon ojala

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  19. Hallo Sharon muss mich mal bedanken für Deine tollen Anleitungen habe schon viel gehäkelt meine Enkel freuen sich immer schon auf was neues Wünsche Dir noch eine schöne Weihnacht LG. Gilda

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  20. Hi Sharon!! I just love your patterns and utube. You are amazing! Made 2 monkeys and one bear so far and love them. Thank you so much..Lori

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  21. Thank you so much for the beautiful patterns Sharon. I would love to start making Amigurumis... I will start with one of yours...

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  22. This year you will make new toys amigurumi? :) thanks :)

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  23. Köszönöm szépen a sok mintát! Boldog vagyok hogy rátaláltam az oldaladra,sokat tanulok belőle. Szuper amit csinálsz! Gratulálok!!! Eta














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  24. Minha querida Sharon,
    Obrigada por compartilhar suas habilidades, agradeço a Deus pela sua vida e peço a Ele que te fortaleça cada dia mais. Que Deus continue te abençoando e cuidando de você é o que peço a Ele.
    Fica com Deus.
    Cássia V. Tienes - Brasil

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  25. Dearest Sharon, you continue to bless SOO many. Can't believe you could improve monkey but can't wait to start another. I have made two, now have bunny to put together, but got yellow yarn today cuz can't wait to make giraffe. I am on a roll. So glad I read about your FB page headed there after posting this. I go to a Y pool for handicap and there is a girl there that I have learned to love so much. She doesn't speak, walk or anything else, I connect with her eyes and have decided I cannot wait to make her one of your projects. Maybe the giraffe, or like idea about long tail monkey someone shared. Thank you does not begin to express my gratitude for your willingness to not only share your talent but always wanting to improve on what we think is pretty perfect.

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    1. wow, this is pretty awesome and came at such a great time. I really appreciate your heartfelt message and please know it went straight to my heart and there it will stay.

      Thank you for taking the time to write. Thank you for wanting to make that beautiful little girl a gift. That means the world to me.

      You are a special person.

      Much love and many blessings to you,
      Sharon Ojala

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  26. Thank you for the patterns and inspirations, Sharon. I love your tutorials!

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  27. You are so wonderful! Thank you for your patterns.

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  28. I love your patterns, thanks very much, they are very easy to understand.

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  29. Hi Sharon , I love your patterns , I have just made my first little animal ever ! I have tried so many times in the past to crochet something and now I have managed it .My little bear has turned out beautifully and I just need to sew it together . Your tutorials are amazing,so easy to follow and perfect for a beginner . Thank you for all the time and love you put into these patterns , they are greatly appreciated.

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  30. You have the most wonderful tutorials! I can't thank you enough for the free patterns. I also give to hospitals and try to match the animals to a book or inexpensive video and these will make wonderful gifts for any child who is facing a stay in the hospital.(The lion will make a wonderful gift with "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe".) Bless you.

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  31. Sharon I wanted to send you some heartfelt appreciation - I spend lots of spare time searching for new ami patterns to try (I'm addicted), and I have searched amongst hundreds of free and paid patterns across the internet and Ravelry, Etsy etc. Your patterns are not only free, but are the very best ones to follow - they come out exactly as they should! Although admittedly I'm hopeless at assembly so our house is littered with a macabre collection of deconstructed bears, bunnies and pigs whilst I get around to stitching them up. Just know that your work is fabulous, and accept my genuine thanks for being generous enough to share your expertise with us with your patterns, pictures and videos.

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  32. Thank you so much for sharing your great patterns. I have been admiring the ami projects but was intimidated until I watched one of your tutorials. I dove right in and I'm having a great time making my first teddy bear. I keep finding more of your patterns and of course, want to make them all! I have been crocheting over 60 years and I found something to be truly excited about. I was 11 yrs old and a lady in the park taught me how to make edging on towels. Thank you for letting me revisit that excitement again. Thanks also for giving so many crocheters the opportunity to create wonderful new projects.

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  33. Dear Sharon!
    I loved your video bear crochet on youtube. I want to say, I do much better with video instructions than written, so I did crochet many items from those videos, but, I have to say, never I had so much clarity, joy, perfection like your video. Thank you very much for that. I did the bear, my next project is a monkey, for which, of course, I will use your video.

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  35. Dear Sharon
    I loved the patterns. I’ve made several elephant, lions, a cat, and a monkey. I’ve also tried something different with the bear pattern. I’ve made two of the bears by fingers and one with a size C hook. I’m hoping to try more of your pattern.
    Your follower
    Debbie Kibbe
    P.S. Someone rewritten the first post I set you. Yes I gave some elephants to mothers to be, but I never sent them to a hospital. I would not be able to do that because I do not wish for some children to get a doll and others not.

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    1. that's awesome, I'm so glad you are enjoying the patterns.
      Nobody rewrote your first post, it's impossible for that to happen, nobody has the authority to rewrite anyone's comment, I can't even do that :)

      Thank you for being so kind to the mother's to be. It's an honor you are using my patterns to do that.

      Happy crocheting!

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  36. Hi Sharon, I would love a pattern for a poodle, not too small. I've seen many but can't find one cute enough to bother with...please help.

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    1. thanks for asking.
      I have a very long to-do list that I'm working my way through. Maybe one day I can but I won't be able to anytime soon.
      Have a look on ravelry.com you might have some luck find one you like there.
      All the best in your search,
      Sharon

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  37. I love all the patterns you have.when are you going to show more? on your youtube cannle.

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