Fall 2015 Mystery Amigurumi
Returning this fall on September 8, 2015 is our 3rd Mystery Amigurumi Crochet Along by The Crochet Crowd.
Our crochet along is being hosted by The Crochet Crowd. We will provide to you the weekly pattern and video tutorial that goes with the instructions.
This mystery will make an exceptionally great gift giving opportunity. There are not a lot of parts and you are welcome to complete many different versions during the mystery. In between the mystery weeks, we recommend you keep your Mystery Amigurumi is a bag / box safe with your yarn so you don’t loose any pieces.
28 thoughts on “Fall 2015 Mystery Amigurumi”
I saw that there were all 3 links a few days ago, but now it’s back to only the first one! I’m on a different computer now and can’t get back to clue 3, which I was half-way through. So frustrating, but I understand that things glitch sometimes. Could we get an update on the page saying when the patterns will be back up?
All I could find is Clue #1. There should be 3 now with 4 coming tomorrow!
How do I get to more clues for mystery Amigurumi, all I can find is #1? There should be 3 clues by now!
Where is part 2 and 3? It’s been over 2 weeks without an update.
Has this been discontinued?
Still waiting for clue number TWO, guess we’ll get two clues tomorrow Sept 22?
I cant find week 2 pattern, I had it yesterday but now when I go to the site it just gives me week 1. please help
It is now Friday, the 18th…. where is clue 2?
There’s a different page which has Clue 2 pattern and video. Here’s the page: http://thecrochetcrowd.com/mystery-amigurumi-crochet-along/
The mystery challenge isn’t the only challenge, to find the clues and instructions go to the home page then scroll way down towards the bottom of the page and look for the mystery amigurumi pattern and clue updates there. This section looks like it does not update each week.
I don’t is it because I’m in Australia but I am still waiting on week 2 I think week three is due am I doing something wrong ????
http://thecrochetcrowd.com/mystery-amigurumi-crochet-along/ use this link
Unfortunately this website is not being updated regularly, and it appears that the clues are all over here instead: http://thecrochetcrowd.com/mystery-amigurumi-crochet-along/
I’ve only crocheted afghans. Scared to try other things. I jumped into this challenge late. Started on Monday. I’m almost finished with week one and loving it. I’m really hooked. Even if I don’t finish on time I’m learning so much. Thanks Mikey. And thanks all you chrocheters
where do I find week 2 as its 9 days and I’m keen to do the nxt part. really enjoying not knowing what finished item looks like. thank you.
Ok here it is Monday night and I still can’t figure out how to do the magic ring. So I have to figure out something else. Anyone have any suggestions?
I am fully enjoying this challenge!
I can’t download the pattern. Ugh
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Bernat Super Value is a worsted weight yarn, isn’t it? I know it is a synthetic, so I will have to substitute a cotton yarn. I just want to be sure I have the correct size.
Can’t wait to start! This will be my first ever mystery amigarumi crochet a long! I’m excited!
I’ve learned a lot from Mikey’s tutorials – self taught for the most part on crocheting via u-tube
My G hook is a 4.25mm not a 4mm. Is this the right hook? Or do I need to go get a G that is a 4mm? HELP PLEASE…
Mine is too, so I’ve just gone with it and so far my pieces look fine.
Never mind I bought a 4mm hook.
Kim, for your future reference it does not matter that much. The 0.25mm difference in a crochet hook is so minuscule that you don’t need to go out and buy every different hook simply because you’re worried the numbers don’t match. It is more important that you are comfortable with your tension and the way your stitches look than that your hook size is perfect.
When I first started out crocheting I used a hook two or three sizes larger than called for because my tension was really tight, so my gauge would always be small if I didn’t. As my tension has loosened, my gauge has evened out and I have tried more different types of yarn, I find that softer animal fiber based and stretchy synthetic yarns tend to be better with a larger hook and yarns with no give like rayons, bamboos, cottons, and other plant-based fibers do better with a smaller hook so that my loops aren’t too big in the finished stitches. Acrylics can go either way, so you just have to try and see what you like.