Here are some quick links to my original amiguruMEI patterns.

Do tag me here or on Instagram @amigurumei when you make one of these cuties 🙂

Sayo and Nara-chan macaron bunnies

Tuxedo Sam

Pom Pom Purin




Molang the fat rabbit

Haru-chan the Easter bunny

Sleeping Totoro

Mr Murasaki the sleeping owl

Bubblegum the polar bear

Tammy the tiny pup

Ichigo-chan the Easter bunny

Princess P the pretty piglet

Mimi-chan the lil’ hedgehog

Little My from The Moomins

Daikichi the fortune monkey 

Risa-chan the bunny

Hen & chicks Tori and Tama-Go

Pan-san the Panda




Sarah and Duck

Marin & Sol




Hello Kitty Crochet: The head molding exercise

Hello Kitty Crochet: Tuxedosam and his tiny hat

Hello Kitty Crochet: It’s in the eyes, nose and whiskers

Hello Kitty Crochet: Bow tutorial

Little Twin Stars: Lala’s Hair Tutorial

Amigurumei patterns available for purchase:

Chiyo-chan in Simply Crochet Issue 5

Tako-Yaki bear brothers in Simply Crochet Issue 7

Little Red and Baby Wolf 

Cho-Cho the Butterfly Girl in Simply Crochet Issue 19

Pola and Tux in Simply Crochet Issue 20

Master Aoi the baby shark

Kazuo the gentle lion

Hisashi the honest crocodile

Hikoki-san the baby airplane

Haruka the magical unicorn

Yoshi the yeti baby

Hachiko the lucky puppy




21 Responses to “Patterns”

  1. Wanda Moon May 2, 2013 at 7:28 am #

    Even though I have crocheted for over 50 yrs making various items, I have never tried making the ariguru dolls. I love the cute patterns that you have on your website and look forward to making a couple of them. Thank you for making them available.

  2. Laura June 30, 2013 at 2:04 am #

    The patterns are super kawaii. Can you put a totoro pattern? I love your totoro amigurumis. ❤ And love your website.

  3. khanomtan0789 December 5, 2013 at 7:52 pm #


  4. manar December 31, 2013 at 9:41 pm #

    what a wonderful blog and thank you so much for the patterns !!

    • Meimoirs January 1, 2014 at 6:46 pm #

      Thank you so much Manar! Lovely to connect with you here 🙂

  5. Jeanie January 12, 2014 at 3:21 am #

    I like your patterns very much 😉 especially Haru-chan and baby chioux, tuxedo sam and bubblegum the polar bear . Thank you for sharing your patterns

  6. Vivien Paitimusa May 14, 2014 at 8:19 pm #

    I really love ALL OF YOUR PATTERNS. However, could you please put a lot more of your patterns online for free? Especially the cotton candy doll? Please…………………

  7. Nda June 18, 2014 at 8:25 am #

    Your patterns are super kawaii!! Thank you for sharing the patterns 🙂

  8. Nini July 4, 2014 at 10:12 am #

    Sorry, but I was just wondering how you make you amigurumi stand up by themselves. It’s really frustrating when I want my ami’s to stand by themselves and they keep falling over. Please help!
    Thank you!
    Oh, I also want to say that I really love your site. You inspired me to start making amigurumi and I absolutely love it.
    Thank you once again!

    • Meimoirs July 4, 2014 at 2:14 pm #

      Hi Nini! Thanks for the message! Awh a lot of my amigurumi dolls actually can’t stand on their own! For photography purposes, I usually use a small item (like a mini perfume or a wooden spool) to prop them up. Some crafters suggest toothpicks, but they’ve never worked for me. For the bottom-heavy amigurumi (like a Totoro or my Mr Murasaki owl), you can try adding some small pebbles along with the stuffing. For amigurumi with thin doll’s legs, you can try stuffing them lightly to help them ‘stand’, but you will still have to prop something behind its back 🙂 Try it!

      • nini8813 July 4, 2014 at 2:55 pm #

        Thank you so much!
        You see, I’m trying to make an amigurumi stop-motion animation and my doll just won’t stand on it’s own! So frustrating!
        I will try your technique in putting something behind my doll and hope it can’t be seen (*^ワ^*)

  9. meelian August 19, 2014 at 2:55 pm #

    Yours are still the best and cutest…

  10. Venica Lim September 11, 2014 at 11:44 am #

    Hi Mei, thank u for being so generous and share your amigurumi patterns! They are really super cute! All of them…. :))))
    I hope i have time to learn them all 😉
    Congratulations on your new book! Keep it up! ^^

  11. Wiebke October 16, 2014 at 5:54 pm #


    When I heard of your book from friends I bought it immediately! I love to crochet and I love Hello Kitty – so this book is perfect!
    I was disappointed though – I saw Cinnamoroll in a preview on one page (in a mustache mug) but he isn’t in the book! I couldn’t find a pattern on your blog here either.
    Can you please give me a hint what parts to use? Did you use some kind of Purin’s ears? The Kitty body? Cinnamoroll is (with Melody which I am crocheting now) my fav character and I soo want to crochet him ^^
    But this book is really the cutest ❤

    • amigurumei October 25, 2014 at 8:36 pm #

      Hey there Wiebko! I really do hope that we’ll get to release Cinnamoroll’s pattern soon! Anyhow, you can definitely use Purin’s ears, I think it’s slightly longer. The head and body is at least one row less than the basic head pattern. They arms and legs are smaller too 🙂 For the tail, you can crochet a tube then roll it up at the ends! Hope that helps!

  12. Lily November 14, 2014 at 5:25 pm #

    Is your book available in Popular or anywhere in Penang?

    • amigurumei February 8, 2015 at 3:29 pm #

      Hi Lily! Currently it is only available in Kinokuniya, or you can order from Kinokuniya online and Amazon 🙂

  13. Archimuffin April 15, 2015 at 10:27 pm #

    I just found your blog and am totally fangirling over it! ^_^ It’s really lovely! Thank you for sharing your sweet universe & your beautiful work with us! ^^


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