July 10, 2015

Baymax amigurumi pattern

Recently i watched Big hero 6 and fell in love with Baymax. well, who wouldn't love this huge marshmallow like robot that gives cuddly hug whenever one feels down. After watching that movie, i wanted to make an amigurumi version of it. It's just a tiny one but i managed to make it with a pattern of my own.. yay!!  So do go ahead and check out the pattern if you'd like to make one for yourself :)








Materials needed:


Acrylic yarn - White

Crochet Hook - suitable size according the yarn ( i used 2.5mm hook)
Black embroidery floss (for mouth and eyes)
Tapestry needle.
Polyfiber fill.
safety eyes (optional)
Red and black felt (optional)

sc- single crochet

st-stitch
dec- single crochet decrease
This project is worked in continuous rounds

Head and Body:

R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
R2: 2sc in each st (12)
R3: *sc in next st, 2sc in next st*, rep ** (18)
R4: *sc in next 2 st, 2sc in next st*, rep ** (24)
R5: *sc in next 3 st, 2sc in next st*, rep ** (30)
R6-8: sc in each stitch (30)
R9: *sc in next 3 st, dec 1*, rep ** (24)
R10: *sc in next 2 st, dec 1*, rep ** (18)
R11: *sc in next st, dec 1*, rep ** (12) (now stuff the head tightly)
R12: dec 6 times (6)
R13: 2sc in each st (12)
R14: 2sc in each st (24)
R15: *sc in next 3 st, 2sc in next st*, rep ** (30)
R16: *sc in next 4 st, 2sc in next st*, rep ** (36)
R17-20:  sc in each stitch (36)
R21: *sc in next 4st, dec 1*, rep ** (30)
R22: *sc in next 3 st, dec 1*, rep ** (24)
R23: *sc in next 2 st, dec 1*, rep ** (18)
R24: *sc in next st, dec 1*, rep ** (12)
R25: dec 6 times (6)
stuff the body tightly with fibre fill.
fasten off.

Hands: (make 2 )

R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
R2: 2sc in each st (12)
R3: *sc in next st, 2sc in next st*, rep ** (18)
R4: *sc in next st, dec 1*, rep ** (12)
R5-6: sc in each stitch (12) 
R7:  *sc in next 2 st, dec 1 *, rep ** (9)
R8-11: sc in each stitch (9)
stuff just a little fibrefill at the bottom. 
fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Legs: (make 2)

R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
R2: 2sc in each st (12)
R3-5: sc in each st (12)
Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.
Stuff the legs with fibrefill tightly.

Attach the hands and legs to the body.

Embroider the eyes with black thread or use black felt.
Embroider the mouth as a straight line connecting 2 eyes with black embroidery floss.
If you wish, stick a tiny felt heart with fabric glue to the body.
And your little baymax doll is done!!!




Hope you liked the pattern and do let me know if there is any corrections.. Happy crafting! Cheers :)

Update:
If you are interested in buying this baymax amigurumi, you can contact me by email given in my profile page.

48 comments:

  1. Beautiful creation. Great that u have started creating your own patterns. keep going.

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  2. Adorable! THanks for sharing :)

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  3. Clever you for creating your own patterns.

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  4. Hello ^^ i would like to know if i could sell the finish product..if not ...i understand ..please reply <3 oh and i love this pattern <3 goodjob

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    1. Thank you so much and very glad to know you like this pattern.. Of course, you can sell the finished product. Have fun making :)

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  5. Its very cute :) I haven't tried making amigurumi before, but your pattern has just inspired me to give it a try :)

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    1. Me as well, thanks!! Loved the movie, hope I can make these work, so cute!!

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    2. Me as well, thanks!! Loved the movie, hope I can make these work, so cute!!

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  6. Lovely, so cute <3!
    Have a nice day.:*

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  7. So, so cute !!!!
    Thanks for the visit !
    Have a nice week !
    Anna

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  8. Firstly Congratulations on your pattern designing venture. Great job!! Thanks for sharing it.

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  9. Hi, thank you so much for sharing. Can you please let me know what yarn ply to use?

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    1. I guess 8 ply or worsted weight yarn will be more suitable :)

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  10. thanks for the crochet instructions , it is very well written ... should I translate this manual in German and put it on my Facebook page ?

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    1. Yes, you can translate it and post it on your fb page. Thanks for asking :)

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  11. Im having problems with the arms and legs, the arms look more like pudgy feet... any advice?

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  12. Hi Erin, For the arms if pudgy, it's ok even if you don't stuff any fiberfill. Also while joining arms, i join upto one fourth the length of arms along the body so that they don't widen too much. Place the legs in the centre of the bottom body and place them nearby and closely. Hope this helps :)

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  13. Cute as a button and one of my favourite characters from anything ever, thank you for the pattern ^.^

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  14. Love the pattern! In Round 22 of the body when you say 2sc in each st (24) do you mean 2sc 12 times twice or...? I'm a bit lost xD

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    1. actually in round 22, we have to make single crochet in first 3 stitches and a single crochet decrease in next. If you repeat that 5 times again, you'll get a total of 24 stitches. Hope this helped.

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    2. Thanks for the help! It turned out great!

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  15. Hi :)
    I love this pattern, and I would like to know if I can translate it in Italian and, obviously crediting you, post it on my blog? Thank you so much already.
    Also, this one is the first crochet project I'm working on, hope I manage to finish it haha :D

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    1. Glad you liked it. Sure you can translate and post it in your blog. Thanks for asking me before handed. Happy crafting :)

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  16. Hi! beautiful pattern, I was ready to try it, but I have one question, does "**" mean "til the end of the round"?

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    1. Thanks Julia, ** means you have to repeat the instruction given between the ** till the end of that row. Hope this helps.

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    2. It really does... I was also wondering, at which point do you usually turn your work? Also... do you crochet on both loops? I've been getting all mixed up with those two things. Thank you so much for replying.

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    3. Julia with amigurumi you dont work in rows but in rounds so you dont turn your work you work around in a spiral

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    4. hi! i have try it, it is really beautiful, but mine can not stand like u did, can u help me?

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  17. Is this pattern a UK pattern or a US pattern ?

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  18. Love this! Thanks so much, I'm making them as party favors for my little man's 4th birthday party! Super cute and works up quickly!

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  19. My daughter loves this guy,she will be happy to get a mini baymax. Thank You

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  20. Thank you for such a cute pattern. I'm making this as part of a Christmas present and I love it so much that I might have to make one for myself as well.

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  21. Lovely patterns! Thank you so much for sharing :)

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  22. It's so beautiful. Thank you for share the pattern :)

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  23. Hi I love your pattern and am also very in love with Baymax, and I would like to know if I can translate it in Dutch and, of course by crediting you, post it on my blog? Thank you so much already.

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    1. Glad you liked it. Sure you can translate and post it in your blog. Thanks for asking first:)

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  24. Hi, I'd like to translate this pattern in Finnish and make step by step photo instructions on my blog. I'll credit you and add a link to this post. Would that be ok?

    ps. I LOVE THIS PATTERN! Made one for my sister and I'm going to make one for my friend and one for myself too :)

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    1. Sure go ahead and translate. So glad to hear you liked it. Cheers:)

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  25. Your pattern is beautiful!
    Would you mind if I wrote a blog post about my experience making Baymax? I would credit the pattern to you, and link back to your site! I would also love to use this cute little Baymax for a giveaway, again giving you full credit.
    Thank you for sharing your pattern with us!

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  26. Hi!
    Thank you so much for sharing your creation!
    Your work is beautiful!
    Love this pattern and my little Baymax!

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  27. This is so cute! How did you get yours to stand up?

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  28. Thanks for sharing your pattern :) Making one now! That movie made me cry hard!

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  29. Thank you for amazing pattern! Inly my second amigurumi and Inam getting compliments :)

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  30. Hi love your pattern I am thinking of using safety eyes what size would you think is best.
    Denise

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