An Espeon I have been working on for a while. The ends of the tail are pose-able. This is, hands down, the best amigurumi I have made to date, and I am quite pleased with it.

Step 1: Needed Materials and Other Notes

Needed Materials:


  • two skeins of pale purple yarn (I used )
  • a size f (3.75 mm) crochet hook
  • scissors
  • hot glue gun (optional)
  • safety or sewing pins (option)
  • red felt
  • purple felt
  • dark blue felt
  • white felt
  • needle
  • thread to match your felt (if you use hot glue, the needle and thread are unneeded)
  • black felt
  • florists wire


Other Notes:


  • Again, this ami' is more complex due to the ears, fins, and tail. Be sure you are comfortable working with rounds and using the magic loop.
  • The used stitches are: single crochet, increase, decrease, and double crochet


<p>I love, love, love Espeon. He's my favorite eon from all the eons.</p><p>If I had 3-D crocheting skills like that, I would make a Espeon first.</p><p>That is really cute. :D</p>
<p>It is being so cute</p>
Do it in lime green and you have yourself a shiny Espeon!
<p>Yes, you would. I did not even think of that.</p>
Check out my new brother bear totem necklace and other instructables! :D
<p>If I had a any crocheting skills at all, I'd attempt this. Espeon is one of my favorite Pokemon! Cool 'ible.</p>
<p>It is one of mine too. I am glad you like it.</p>
<p>Thank you.</p>
Looks fun but I need to learn to crotchet a little better.
<p>Yeah, it is a bit more difficult pattern. Maybe someday. </p>
It's so cute I'm gonna make one
<p>Thank you and I wish you the best of luck.</p>

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