Fruit Bats Amigumuri by Emmy Scanga

Fruit Bats Amigumuri

June 2020
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
3.25 mm (D)
3.0 mm
75 - 100 yards (69 - 91 m)
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I’ve created this step by step written pattern- complete with photos, tips, tricks and helpful links- with 4 body options, 3 leaves, stem and vine! 23 info packed pages, over 90 high res images, and links to basics, stitches, and assembly videos.

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Difficulty: Advanced Beginner/ Medium
Comfortable with chain bumps, rows and round changes, increasing and decreasing, single, half double, and double crochet. Sewing required. Some embroidery or painting for added details.

I used a mixture of yarn from my stash; I made sure that all the colors of each bat were the same weight and WPI.
Strawberry bat is made with medium (4) weight yarn in Red Heart Love yarns. For a bat in one color I used just under 100 yards of Red Heart Medium weight yarn.

My finished bat is approximately 3.5 inches tall with a wingspan of 6 inches.

Bats can vary in size and amount of yarn needed based on the type of yarn used, hook size and personal gauge.

***** A NOTE ON YARNS*****
Almost all of the yarns I use in my stash have been given to me, so they vary widely. However I suggest the same weight, and if possible the same brand if you are buying new skeins, of at least 3 oz of each color. This ensures that each piece will match in size and shape as “medium weight” can vary from brand to brand.

Colors needed will depend on which fruit bat you choose. The pattern includes 4 body types, 3 different types of leaves, stem and vine. I give suggestions for possible combinations however you will see one of each body in a strawberry bat, pineapple bat, orange bat and watermelon bat.

Recommended Hook size: 3.25mm (used in pattern) or 3 mm

Yarn Needle
Sewing pins
Fiber filling
9mm or 12mm safety eyes - you can also use buttons or eyes of choice
OPTIONAL: wire, paint (for detail work), pet brush (for fluffy body), or felt
Crochet hook
Scrap yarn or stitch markers

Some pieces are worked in the round and some worked flat. Each piece is noted before you begin.