My favourite local yarn store, Black Sheep at Orenco, got turned into a pokémon gym with the advent of Pokémon Go, and I was so pleased by this that I thought I’d make a pattern! Now, pokéball patterns are a dime a dozen, but what I wanted was something that would be easy to print up nicely and give away, so that’s what I made.
This project should be suitable for crochet beginners. You can use any yarn with an appropriate hook. Gauge is not important for this project, but if you find you can see stuffing through holes in your ball, you might want to go down a hook size or two.
Love the pattern and want to thank me?
- I don’t take tips, but I love seeing photos of what people have done with my patterns!
- Make a pokeball and leave it for someone to find at your local pokestop or gym!
- Buy something at Black Sheep at Orenco so my favourite yarn store stays in business.
- Buy something from Flying Corgi Studio to support my most excellent pattern editor and tester.