• Veronica Lönnqvist


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In June we'll be crocheting together for the 10th time! Do you like surprises, amigurumi, and connecting with like-minded people? Then you'll love this event! My crochet alongs are fun digital events where you get to discover a brand new amigurumi, part by part, together with other amigurumi crazy people during a certain period of time.

Down below you'll find abbreviations, color keys, and other things that are good to know before the crochet along starts 1st of June.

Amigurumi crochet along 2022

I hosted my first CAL in December 2018 for a small crowd of amigurumi enthusiasts. Ralf the moose was the first amigurumi we crocheted together and he stole many hearts that December. Since then my annual crochet alongs have grown rapidly and over 5000 people have participated so far.

The Summer CAL 2022 is mainly hosted in the Facebook group Crochet with Garnknuten and in your email inbox. The secret PDF pattern is divided into 7 pieces + assembling instructions. The parts will be sent to your inbox 1-2 days apart until we have crocheted and assembled the whole amigurumi.

Don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions or go and take a look at the FAQ page where I've answered some frequently asked questions. https://www.garnknuten.com/cal-faq

Join the crochet along here! ➝ https://www.garnknuten.com/product-page/summer-cal-2022-ticket

Amigurumi crochet along 2022


Klara, Ralf, Gunvor, Mårten, Frank, Tilde, Flora, Frida & Hilda



English (US terms) and Swedish


The choice of yarn and hook is completely up to you and your personal taste, but I recommend using an environmentally friendly yarn or something from your stash.

  • Yarn: sustainably made cotton yarn ex. Karma recycled cotton from Kremke Soul Wool (50g = 105m)

YARN (50g = 105m)

A – Yellow (<100g) Main color!

B – White (<10g)

C – Black (5g)

C – Pink (<50g)

  • Crochet hook in size 3.50 mm

  • Stuffing

  • Needle

  • Scissors

  • Pins (optional)

  • 6 stitch markers

ABBREVIATIONS US-terms (Click on the stitches to find helping video tutorials!)

r - row