Prince Perry the amigurumi frog lives in a small pond, has freckles and always wears his golden crown. The PDF crochet pattern with written instructions, step by step photos and charts is available in my Etsy and Ravelry pages. Now you can make your own Frog Prince!
There is a question I am often asked: what are the steps from the idea to the crochet toy? There is not an answer that is valid for all the designers nor for all the designs but I tried to sum up my steps while I was creating this frog (I shared them on Instagram during the whole month), here they are:
1 / Everything starts with a rough drawing… doodling with pens and pencils in search of a cute character and interesting shapes. Always keeping in mind that I will have to crochet it!
2 / It’s crochet time! A series of single crochet stitches to reproduce the shapes I designed and imagined. For the peculiar parts (like eyes and legs) it took a couple of trial and error to get to the perfect shape. Mathematics is the key.
3 / Sewing all the pieces together requires attention and above all patience. It is important to position all the pieces with sewing pins and adjust their position before sewing them in place. Stitch by stitch the frog comes to life.
4 / Perry the frog is ready to enjoy his best life in a little pond!
Would you like to make your own Amigurumi Frog Prince?
PDF crochet pattern to make Prince Perry the Frog is available on Ravelry and Etsy
– written instructions in US crochet terms
– more than 50 step by step images
– charts for the head/eyes section and toes
You can find find all the info about his size and materials here.
To celebrate the launch of this new pattern, Prince Perry is 25% OFF until the 29th of July 2019 (on Ravelry and Etsy – no code needed).
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Sooo cuteeeeee 🥺💕
hi i’m looking for this pattern. where can I get a pattern for this frog?
Hi! It’s available in my online shop: https://shop.airalidesign.com/collections/frontpage/products/prince-perry-the-frog-amigurumi-crochet-pdf-pattern
Also on Etsy and Ravelry if you prefer (just look for “Prince Perry the frog”)
So adorable but this listing on Pintrest is very disappointing . It insisted as free, not a paid pattern
Hi! I understand the frustration, but I am not sharing those pins on Pinterest, I have no idea why they say it’s free when it’s not 🤷♀️ On my side I file a complaint when I find misleading pins, can’t do more than that.
Your page states “free”but it takes he into etsy to buy ???
Hi Bernide, I’ve never written “free” in this page or other pages related to this pattern. I suppose someone is using my photos – without my consent – and state something wrong as well.