Work 6 single crochet (sc) into a magic loop. Join with a slip stitch. 6 stitches
Working in spirals, 2 sc in every sc. 12 stitches
Work 3 rounds.
*Sc 4, decrease* twice. 10 stitches.
Work one round. Place eyes and stuff.
*Sc 3, decrease* twice. 8 stitches.
*Sc 2, decrease* twice. 6 stitches.
*Sc, decrease* twice. 4 stitches.
Sc all remaining stitches together and fasten off.
What to do with your rainstorm’s worth of crochet amigurumi raindrops? I think these are the perfect canvas for practising faces. With only 11 rounds of crochet, these work up incredibly quickly, allowing you to practise to your heart’s content. I think these would look especially sweet hanging up in a child’s room – or why not add a touch of whimsy to your bathroom? I think that’s what I’m going to do with mine!
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