Mega Charizard Y

Hi folks!

I hope you all are doing fine ^-^ Today’s pattern is pokemon related, specifically with the last pokemon game that was launched, pokemon x/y. Since they released Pokemon Origins, I became in love for Mega Charizard X and I really enjoy the way he looks like and his colors. However, when I started playing pokemon x/y my favorite charizard mega evolution became Mega Charizard Y, haha. That’s why I decided to make Charizard Y first, I really wanted to have the star of my team in my room <3

Before someone asks, I do intend to make Mega Charizard X, but first I have the need to make a World of Warcraft amigurumi!! So, yes, my next pattern it is going to be a WoW character! :D Can you guess which one?

 

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Materials:

– Light orange yarn (I used D’Primera by Cisne, which is a Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi));
– Cream Yarn (I used D’Primera by Cisne, which is a Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi));
– Teal yarn (I used D’Primera by Cisne, which is a Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi));
– White Yarn (I used Anne by Circulo, which is a Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi));
– 4mm, 2,5mm and 1.75mm crochet hooks;
– Fiberfill;
– Tapestry needle and scissors;
– White felt;
– Blue, black and white fabric paint;
– Paint-brush;
– Contact glue;
– Hair-brush.

Notes:

– I always do my crochet works using continuous rounds;
– Everytime I will do a crochet work, the first thing I do is take a look in the entirely pattern before start doing it, so, I can have an idea of how the pattern works. Well, I recommend you to do the same;
– For sewing the pieces together you will use the tapestry needle;
– To make the eyes you will use the felt and the fabric paint;
– To make the fire in his tail you will use yarn and a hair-brush;
– Please be extremely careful while handling the wire, it may hurt you if you don’t handle it properly.

Update (06.06.2015): Hi Guys! I want to thank you all for being so kind and for all the kindly words you sent me by comments or email! Recently, I’m having a hard time to answer all the questions sent to my email and the comments. I’m sorry that I’m not able to answer your doubts. However, if you have any doubt, I’m sure that it is worth to leave a comment here, because even if I can’t answer you, I’m sure that someone in the community will try to help you out ^^

 

– Body (light orange yarn and 4mm hook):

Round 1: 8sc in mr (8)
Round 2: inc (16)
Round 3: sc, inc (24)
Round 4: sc 2, inc (32)
Round 5: sc 3, inc (40)
Round 6: sc 4, inc (48)
Round 7-16: sc in each (48)
Round 17: sc 4, dec (40)
Round 18: sc in each sc (40)
Round 19: sc 3, dec (32)
Round 20: sc in each sc (32)
Round 21: sc 6, dec (28)
Round 22: sc in each sc (28)
Round 23: sc 6, inc (32)
Round 24-26: sc in each sc (32)
Round 27: sc 6, dec (28)
Round 28: sc 5, dec (24)
*start stuffing
Round 29: sc in each sc (24)
Round 30: sc 10, dec (22)
Round 31: sc in each sc (22)
Round 32: sc 9, dec (20)
Round 33: sc 8, dec (18)
Round 34-40: sc in each sc (18)
Now, we are going to work in rows.
Row 41: sc 16, turn (16)
Row 42: (14)
Row 43: (12)
Row 44: (10)
Row 45: (8)
Row 46: (6)
Finish off and leave a long tail to sew the head.

body

Body until last round.

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Body with rows

body1

Body with rows

 

– Head (light orange yarn and 4mm hook):

Round 1: ch 6, sc 4, 3 sc in next ch, sc 3, inc (12)
Round 2: 2 sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next 3 sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next 2 sc (18)
Round 3-8: sc in each sc (18)Round 9: sc 9, inc, sc 8 (19)
Round 10: sc, inc, sc, inc in next 6 Sc, sc 10 (26)
Round 11: sc 7, inc in next 6 sc, sc 4, inc in next 2 sc, sc 7 (34)
Round 12: sc, inc in next 2 sc, sc 31 (36)
Round 13-17: Sc in each Sc (36)
Round: 18: sc 4, dec (30)
Round 19: Sc 3, dec (24)
Round 20: Sc 2, dec (18)
*Start stuffing
Round 21: Sc, dec (12)
Round 22: dec (6)
Finish off.

 

 

– Snout (orange yarn and 4mm hook):

First step:
Row 1: ch 31 (31)
Row 2: turn, sc 30 from the second chain from hook (30)
Row 3-4: ch1, turn, sc in each sc (30)
Finish off.

 

Second step:
Now, lets work in the center and in rows.
Row 1: ch 2 in the 12th sc and then hdc in the same sc, 5 hdc, skip the next st, 2
sl st (sl st always along the side of the snout).
Row 2-4 turn, ch1, skip the 2 sl st, 6 hdc, skip one stitch and sl st in next 2
stitches.
Row 5: turn, ch1, skip the 2 sl st, 6 hdc, skip one stitch and sl st in next stitch.
Finish off.

 

 

– Cream jaw (cream yarn and 4mm hook):

Row 1: ch 11, sc 10 (10)
Row 2-9: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc (10)
Row 10: ch 2, turn, 3 dc in the first stitch, 8 sc, ch 1 and 3 dc in the last stitch. (14)
Row 11: ch 2, turn, 2 dc in the first stitch, 2 dc, 8 sc, 2 dc, ch 1 and 2 dc in the last
stitch. (16)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

 

– Head’s Big Horn (light orange yarn adn 4mm hook):
Round 1: 4 sc in magic ring (4)
Round 2: sc in each sc (4)
Round 3: sc, inc (6)
Round 4-5: sc in each sc (6)
Round 6: sc 2, inc (8)
Round 7-9: sc in each sc (8)
Round 10: sc 3, inc (10)
Round 11-12: sc in each sc (10)
Round 13: sc 4, inc (12)
Round 14-15: sc in each sc (12)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

 

-Head’s Small Horns (light orange yarn and 4mm hook):

Round 1: 4 sc in magic ring (4)
Round 2: sc in each sc (4)
Round 3: sc, inc (6)
Round 4: sc in each sc (6)
Round 5: sc 2, inc (8)
Round 6-7: sc in each sc (8)
Work in rows
Row 8: sc 4 (4)
Row 9: ch 1, turn, sc 4 (4)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

 

– Arms (light orange yarn and 4mm hook):
Round 1: 10 sc in magic ring (10)
Round 2-3: sc in each sc (10)
Round 4: sc 3, dec (8)
Round 5-11: sc in each sc (8)
Round12: sc 3, inc (10)
Round13: sc in each sc (10)
Round14: sc 4, inc (12)
Round15: sc in each sc (12)
Work in rows
Row 16: sc 8, turn (8)
Row 17: sc 8, turn (8)
Row 18: skip first sc, sc 4, dec next 2 sc (6)
Row 19: skip first sc, sc 2, dec in next 2 sc (4)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

arm arm1 arm2

– Fingers and Claws
** Start using a thin white yarn and a 1.75mm hook
Round 1: 4 sc in MR (4)
Round 2: sc, inc, 2 sc (5)
Round 3-4: sc in each sc (5)
** Change to the worsted orange yarn and use a 2.5mm hook
Round 5: sc, inc, sc inc, sc (6)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

yarns finger

– Small wings from the arms (make 4 – light orange yarn and 4mm hook)
Row 1: ch 2, sc one (1)
Row 2: inc (2)
Row 3: sc, inc (3)
Row 4: inc, 2 sc (4)
Row 5: 3 sc, inc (5)
Row 6: ch 4, sc in the second chain from hook. Sc 7 (8)
Row 7: ch 5, sl st 4 times from the second chain.

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Before Row 7.

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Finished.

1. Sew two pieces together, each pair for each arm.

2. The Row 6 is the one which will be sewn to the arm, when you finish.
2. Now, take a piece of wire, bigger than the wing and place it in the top of the wing.
Cover it all with orange yarn along you sew the wire to the wing. Put some glue in the wire so the yarn will fix
better. At the end it should look like this:

littlewing2

– Tail (light orange yarn and 4mm hook):
Round 1: sc 4 in MR (4)
Round 2: sc, inc, sc 2 (5)
Round 3: sc in each sc (5)
Round 4: sc 2, inc, sc 2 (6)
Round 5: sc in each sc (6)
Round 6: sc 2, inc (8)
Round 7-9: Sc in each sc (8)
Round 10: (2 Sc, inc) repeat 2 times, then, sc and inc (11)
Round 11-15: Sc in each sc (11)
Round 16: (sc 3, inc) repet 2 times, then, sc 2 inc (14)
Round 17-21: sc in each sc (14)
Round 22: (sc 4, inc) repet 2 times, then, sc 3 and inc (17)
Round 23-27: sc in each sc (17)
** Start stuffing
Round 28: (sc 5, inc) repet 2 times, then, sc 4 and inc (20)Round 29-33: sc in each sc (20)
Round 34: (sc 6, inc) repet 2 times, then, sc 5 and inc (23)
Round 35-38: sc in each sc (23)
Round 39: (sc 7, inc) repet 2 times, then, sc 6 and inc (26)
Round 40-41: sc in each sc (26)
Round 42: (sc 8, inc) repet 2 times, then, sc 7 and inc (29)
Round 43: sc in each sc (29)
Round 44: (sc 9,inc) repet 2 times, then, sc 8 and inc (32)
Round 45: sc in each sc (32)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

 

– Tail horns (light orange yarn and 4mm hook):
– Big horn
Round 1: 4 sc in magic ring (4)
Round 2: sc in each sc (4)
Round 3: sc, inc (6)
Round 4: sc in each sc (6)
Round 5: sc 2, inc (8)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

 

– Three small horns (light orange yarn and 2.5mm hook)
Round 1: 4 sc in magic ring (4)
Round 2: sc, inc (6)
Finish off and leave long tail for sewing.

 

– Belly (cream yarn and 4mm hook):
Row 1: ch 5, sc 4 (4)
Row 2-6: sc in each sc (4)
Row 7: inc, sc 2, inc (6)
Row 8-11: sc in each sc (6)
Row 12: inc, sc 4, inc (8)
Row 13: sc in each sc (8)
Row 14: inc, sc 6, inc (10)
Row 15: sc in each sc (10)
Row 16: dec, sc 6, dec (8)
Row 17-19: sc in each sc (8)
Row 20: inc, sc 6, inc (10)
Row 21: sc in each sc (10)Row 22: inc, sc 8, inc (12)
Row 23: sc in each sc (12)
Row 24: inc, sc 10, inc (14)
Row 25: sc in each sc (14)
Row 26: inc, sc 12, inc (16)
Row 27: sc in each sc (16)
Row 28: inc, sc 14, inc (18)
Row 29: sc in each sc (18)
Row 30: inc, sc 16, inc (20)
Row 31: sc in each sc (20)
Row 32: inc, sc 18, inc (22)
Row 33: sc in each sc (22)
Row 34: 3 inc, sc 20, inc (24)
Row 35: sc in each sc (24)
Row 36-44: sc in each sc (24)
Row 45: dec, sc 18, dec (22)
Row 46: dec, sc 16, dec (20)
Row 47-48: sc in each sc (20)
Row 49: dec, sc 14, dec (18)
Row 50: sc in each sc (18)
Row 51: dec, sc 12, dec (16)
Row 52: sc in each sc (16)
Row 53: dec, sc 10, dec (14)
Row 54: sc in each sc (14)
Row 55: dec, sc 8, dec (12)
Row 56: sc in each sc (12)
Row 57: dec, sc 6, dec (10)
Row 58: sc in each sc (10)
Row 59: sc 8, dec (9)
Row 60-66: sc in each sc (9)
Row 67: dec, sc 5, dec (7)
Row 68-69: sc in each sc (7)
Row 70: dec, sc 3, dec (5)
Row 71-79: sc in each sc (5)
Row 80: dec, sc, dec (3)
Row 81-86: sc in each sc (3)
Row 87: dec, sc (2)
Row 88-94: sc in each sc (2)
Row 95: dec (1)Make an edge around the belly with sc.
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

belly

 

Legs (light orange yarn and 4mm hook):
Round 1: 6 sc in mr (6)
Round 2: inc (12)
Round 3: sc, inc (18)
Round 4: 2sc, inc (24)
Round 5: 3sc, inc (30)
Round 6-7: sc on each sc (30)
Round 8: 3sc, dec (24)
Round 9-12: sc on each sc (24)
Round 13: 2sc, dec (18)
Round 14-15: sc in each sc (18)
Round16: sc, dec (12)
Round 17: inc 4 times, dec 4 times (12)
Round 18: dec, inc 4 times, dec 3 times (12)
Round 19-21: sc in each sc (12)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.
(Stuff lightly)

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Feet (light orange yarn and 4mm hook):
Round 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2: inc (12)
Round 3: sc 5, inc (14)
Round 4-8: sc in each sc (14)
Round 9: 6 sc, inc (16)
Round 10: dec (8)
Round 11: dec (4)
Finish off.
(Stuff lightly)

 

– Toe Claws:
** Start using a thin white yarn and a 1.75mm hook
Round 1: 4 sc in MR (4)
Round 2: sc, inc, 2 sc (5)
Round 3-4: sc in each sc (5)
Round 5: sc, inc, sc inc, sc (7)
** Change to the worsted orange yarn and use a 2.5mm hookRound 6: (sc 2, inc) 2 times, sc (9)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.
Sew them to the end of the feet.

 

Wings (make 2 orange wings and 2 teal wings with a 4mm crochet hook):
Row 1: ch 2, sc (1)
Row 2: inc (2)
Row 3: inc (4)
Row 4: inc, sc 2, inc (6)
Row 5: inc, sc 4, inc (8)
Row 6: inc, sc 6, inc (10
Row 7: inc, sc 8, inc (12)
Row 8: inc, sc 10, inc (14)
Row 9: ch 2, sc from the second chain from hook, sc 13, inc (16)
Row 10: inc, 15 (17)
Row 11: ch 2, sc from the second chain from hook, sc 16, inc (19)
Row 12: inc, sc 17, inc (21)
Row 13:inc, sc 20 (22)
Row 14: sc 21, inc (23)
Row 15: inc, sc 21, inc (25)
Row 16: ch 19, sc 42 from the second chain from hook, inc (44)
Row 17: inc, sc 43 (45)
Row 18: sc 44, inc (46)
Row 19: inc, 45 (47)
Row 20: sc 47, inc (49)

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When you finish it will look like this

Attach the yarn on the 13th stitch:
Row 1: 5 sc (5)
Row 2: dec, sc, dec (3)
Row 3: dec, sc (2)
Row 4: dec (1)

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Attach the yarn on the 13th stitch

Attach the yarn into the 4th stitch couting from the last sc.
Row 1: sc 8 (8)
Row 2: dec, sc 4, dec (6)
Row 3: dec, sc 2, dec (4)
Row 4: sc in each sc (4)
Row. 5: dec 2 times (2)
Row 6: dec (1)

wing7

Attach the yarn into the 4th stitch couting from the last sc.

Attach the yarn into the 6th stitch counting from the last sc.
Row 1: sc 6 (6)
Row 2: dec, sc 2, dec (4)
Row 3: sc in each sc (4)
Row 4: dec 2 times (2)
Row 5: dec (1)
Sew the bottom of the wings with 0.25mm nylon.

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Attach the yarn into the 6th stitch counting from the last sc.

 

– Wing’s horn (light orange yarn and 4mm hook):
Round 1: 4 in mr (4)
Round 2: sc in each sc (4)
Round 3: inc 2 times, dec (5)
Round 4: dec, inc 2 times, sc (6)
Round 5-6: sc in each sc (6)
Round 7: sc 2, inc (8)
Finish off.

 

– Eyebrows (light orange yarn and 4mm hook):
Round 1: 5 sc in magic ring (5)
Round 2: sc in each sc (5)
Round 3: sc 2, dec, sc (4)
Round 4: sc in each sc (4)
Round 5: sc, dec, sc (3)
Round 6: sc in each sc (3)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

 

– Nostrils (light orange yarn and 4mm hook):
Row 1: ch 3, sc 2 from the second chain from hook (2)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

 

Assembly:

1. The first step is sewing the head to the body. Although, first we have to cut some wire to insert in Charizard’s body, which will give his neck some support:

I. Cut some wire in the size of twice his full body (if the head was already sewn to his body);

Wire

II. Then, bend the wire, which should be at the same size of his full body (if the head was already sewn to his body);

III. Bend the tips of the wire and wrap them with adhesive tape:

Bend the tips of the wire

Wrap with adhesive tape

IV. Now, insert it inside his body already stuffed with fiberfill;

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V. Finally, stick the end of the wire in his head end sew it to his body.

(The step below has a photo tutorial that it is similar and will help you in this first step too)

 

2. In the second step we are going to sew the tail to the body. First, stuff the tail and then you are going to put some wire in his tail, which will make it poseable:

I. Cut some wire and bend it in the same size as his tail:

Cut some wire and bend it in the same size as his tail

II. Bend the tips:

Bend the tips

III. Wrap the tips with adhesive tape:

Wrap the tips with adhesive tape

IV. Put the wire in his tail:

Put the wire in his tail

Put the wire in his tail

tail

V. Sew the tail to his body and sew the horns of his tail to it.

 

3. In the third step it is time to sew his arms to the body.

I. Before that, stuff the arms and then sew them to the body. After that cut some wire and insert it in his arms. Insert from one arm to another as shown in the photo bellow. Cut the extra wire, bend the tips and hide them.

arms

II. Then sew the fingers to each arm.

III. At the end sew the little wings to the arms.

littlewing2

4. In the fourth step you are going to sew his wings:

I. Pick up one orange wing and one teal wing and sew the bottom of them together with a 0.25mm nylon.

II. Use a thicker wire into the wings. I used a number 14 galvanized wire. Cut some wire in the shape bellow, which is the wing’s shape. Moreover, it is necessary to leave a long wire coming out of the extremity which will be sewn to the body (take a look in the photos bellow). This long wire it will works as a support for the wing and it needs to be long, because it is going to penetrate his body and reach his legs (Soon, I will explain this better):

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wing

Here it is the long wire. It needs to be long enought to penetrate Charizard’s body and reach his legs. (This one is too long, I had t cute it a bit)

III. Now position the wire between the two sides of the wings and make a line of sc joining the two sides with the wire between them:

wing3

wing2

IV. Sew the wing’s horn to the wing;

V. Wrap the tip of the wire with orange yarn. Use some glue to fix the yarn into it:

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VI. When you finish, it should look like this:

wing1

VI. After that, it is time to put the two wings in the body. First, stick the long double wire near his neck in the middle of his back until it reaches his legs in the same way as the photos bellow. This is necessary to give support to his wings.

Stick the long wire near his neck in the middle of his back

 

V. Then, sew the wings to his body.

Wings sewn

 

5. Sew the underbelly to the body and tail;

 

6. Sew the legs to the body;

 

7. Sew the feet to the legs;

 

8. Sew the toes;

 

9. Sew his cream jaw to the head. However, don’t sew his “cheeks” to the head. Just sew until the end of the his snout.

jaw jaw1 jaw2 jaw3

jaw4

Sew the cream jaw until here.

jaw5

Sew the cream jaw until here.

jaw7

Sew the cream jaw until here. See that his cheeks ins’t sewn.

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Sew the cream jaw until here. See that his cheek isn’t sewn.

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Leave the cheeks. Don’t sew them.

10. Before sewing his cheeks we will sew the snout to the head in the same places as shown in the photos bellow:

I. These photos are showing the places where the snout should be sewn.

Last round of his snout

Almost in the middle of his head

II. After you have sewn the snout, it is time to sew his cheeks. They will be sewn on the final part of the snout.

jaw9 jaw10 jaw11 jaw12

 

cheek

 

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11. Now, sew the inner part of the snout to his head, which will guarantee that nobody will be able to pull up the snout;

 

12. Sew the horns to the head;

13. In the 13th step you will sew the eyebrows and nostrils to the head

I. First, draw in a paper two molds of his eyes;

II. Position the eyes in his head and pin them with adhesive tape in the best place;

III. Sew the eyebrows following the mold;

IV. Now, sew the nostrils in his snout.

 

14. Now, let’s make his fire:

I. Cut some pieces of yellow and orange yarn;

II. Atach them to his tail, like that:

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

III. Untagle the yarn, like that:

untangle

untangle

IV. Brush the yarn and it is finished.

brush

brush

 

15. Finally, it is time to make his eyes

I. Pick up the molds that you have already done and pin them with adhesive tape in a white felt;

II. Cut the white felt;

III. Now, you will paint his eyes. First, paint his iris, which should be red (shiny) or blue (usual)

eyes4

IV. Wait for the paint to dry and then paint his pupil using black

V. Again, wait for the paint to dry and then paint the light reflect using white

VI. After the paint has dried, use the contact glue to glue the eyes into his face

 

16.  The last thing to do is his teeths. Use white felt to make them. Cut the felt and glue inside his snout, leaving the tooth tip visible.

 

The end!!!

I did not created this character, Mega Charizard Y is copyright of Nintendo!!

This Pattern was created by Ana Amélia Mendes Galvão.

1. Please do not claim my pattern as your own;
2. If you use this pattern, please, give me the credits;
3. If you wish to share this pattern, you may create a link to my blog, but please do not post it on your site;
4. You may not sell any of my patterns;
5. You are free to adapt this pattern, you can build another upon this one, but you must give appropriate credit to me for the original pattern;

82 Responses so far.

  1. Dorthe Garbøl says:

    Such a well described pattern and videotutorials. Thanks a lot! I´ve placed a couple of photos of my version of your Mega Charizar Y at your face book page.

  2. […] original pattern for this is from Mia Atelier. I did plan on creating a pattern myself, but when I saw this on Pinterest, I decided to go with […]

  3. Fab Fee says:

    OMG! My mother loves Charizard. I totally appreciate you for creating this pattern with such detail. It looks amazing. I plan on attempting this the early part of next year for her. I will definitely let you know how it turns out. Thank You!!!

  4. Iduna says:

    i made just the head and body but its such a great tutorial! with the videos i understand everything and i am afraid of my finished Charizard.
    Thanks a lot for sharing this pattern! <3

  5. Aynur says:

    Hi Mia! Thank you so much for this amazing pattern. I searched so long for a “normal” dragon. My son is 6 and he doesn’t like these tiny dragons. So I decided to create a pattern on my own by looking to dragon pictures but I’m pretty new in this amigurumi thing so it’s not so easy for me to do this. Yesterday evening my sister-in-law send me a link to your dragon and I loved it. But I thought my son wouldn’t because he didn’t like every dragon I showed to him. And surprise surprise… he loved it too!!! Immediately he called his auntie to thank her that she has found this pattern. So I want to thank you in his name too for this wonderful work. I have to crochet other things at the moment but when I’ve finished the dragon I’ll write you again. Do you have an Instagram account? I share my crafts on Instagram. So I can tag you there.
    Wish you a wonderful day :)
    Greetings from Turkey
    Aynur

  6. First of all I wish to say WOOWWWW … it is beautiful! … Secondly, if I may ask please, how many skeins of yarn are needed of each colour ? Or metres maybe? Thanks in advance !

  7. janna van der meer - terpstra says:

    Wauw i love this design cant wait for the charizard x .. hope you still gonna make 1 🙈

  8. Jessica Santos says:

    Oi Mia! Comecei no crochê e amigurumi no inicio do ano e o seu Charizard é o meu sonho haha, muito perfeito como você faz isso rs? Queria saber se você permite a venda do amigurumi finalizado (e claro com todos os créditos merecidos), não encontrei essa informação.
    Mas de qualquer forma parabéns mesmo pelo seu trabalho, maravilhoso!

  9. Mitzi Eriksson says:

    No I didnt get any answer.

    I made a new creme belly and changed the width and length.

    I followed the pattern as far as it was possible and compared with the body after a few rows and then adapted subsequently.
    When the belly is wide enough stop increaseing and later dec. earlier.

    When its long enough comparing to the body and tail, finnish!

    My Charizard was finnished just a few days ago it got really nice! Good luck

    • Janine Morrissey says:

      I am up to making the wings and I am wondering if anyone out there understands the pattern? Struggling big time so any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

      • Mitzi Eriksson says:

        Hi, im not sure if I can help you but what is your problem? Maybe any of us know how to solve it from our experience?

        • Janine Morrissey says:

          Thank you so much for replying, I appreciate it greatly. My problem is with the wings. Where it says Row 1: ch 2, sc (1)
          Row 2: inc (2)
          Row 3: inc (4)
          Row 4: inc, sc 2, inc (6)
          Row 5: inc, sc 4, inc (8)
          Row 6: inc, sc 6, inc (10
          Row 7: inc, sc 8, inc (12)
          Row 8: inc, sc 10, inc (14)

          I am a little confused. So I am thinking that we chain 2, then do 1 single crochet in the second stitch from the hook, do we then turn the work and do an increase in that single crochet, then turn the work and then do an increase in the next row and so on/

          I have made a number of things, but have never seen a pattern written quite like this one.

          Any advice you can give me would be wonderful. Thank you once again for replying.

          • Mitzi Eriksson says:

            Hi

            Yes exactly as you say, you turn when you do the next row. I think i remember that i finished every row with a chain stitch, that makes the next row easier. Try that! :)

          • Janine Morrissey says:

            Thank you I will do that and see if it works any better. It is certainly a bit of a pain. Will let you know how I go. Thanks again for replying

  10. Jessica says:

    I am interestedin doing this pattern for my son for his birthday, however, when i read the pattern i am a bit confused as to the number of stitches for each round right from the beginning (starting with the body). You say to do 8 sc on mr, and then increase for round 2 (ending up with 16 sc), then for the round 3 you say to sc, increase (24 stitches). If you are increasing (basically doubling your stitches every row), should it not be 32 sc in round 3 and not 24 sc? Some clarification would be grerat before I dive into this project and find out that it doesn’t turn out the same as what you have done and then I cant take my yarn back! Thanks

    • Julz says:

      Round 3 is 1 sc in the first stitch, then 2 in the next. Each round is increased by an extra sc in each set. R-4 is a sc in next2 stitches then 2 in the next stitch. 1 then 2 repeated all the way around. Then 2 and 2 and so on. hope this helps

  11. Tania says:

    Hi,
    Thank you for this pattern!
    I’m gonna make one for my son.
    I hope to finish by christmas ;-)
    It would make a lovely gift.
    Thank you,
    Tania (Belgium)

  12. Crochetzey says:

    Oi Mia. Teus trabalhos são incríveis e gostaria de saber se vc permite a venda dos amigurumis que ensina, se posso vende-los (dando creditos a vc, claro). Li que o padrão não pode ser vendido, mas fiquei na dúvida se é só o padrão ou se o amigurumi depois de produzido tb não pode… bjos, bjos.

  13. Mitzi says:

    Hi, im making this right now and im done with the body, head and small parts.
    Now I have a problem when I made the belly in cream. Its way too big to fit the body! (Same yarn and needle used)
    Am i the only one having this problem??

    • Nerziene says:

      Oi! Tambem estou fazendo, e a barriga creme ficou muito grande.
      Poderia por fotos de como costurar a barriga.

    • Bethany Hill says:

      Hi, im about to sew my belly on, but im having the same problem. Did you get a reply at all? or figure it out?

      • Bekah says:

        I though I had the same problem, I just stuffed the body a little more to make it fatter and made it work. Pictures on my ravelry page
        Rebekahcl

  14. zeitreisen says:

    Hallo Mia, danke für die super Anleitung. Es hat sehr viel Spaß gemacht. Schade, dass man kein Foto anhängen kann.

  15. barq says:

    Thank you so much, can’t wait to make it
    Te pasaste… seca.. super bakan… :D

  16. sgooch77 says:

    Help! I’m suck on sewing the feet to the legs and the toes to the feet and arms, any photos showing how or instructions would be most helpful

  17. Natalie S says:

    Hello, looking forward to trying this. I just have a question about the black vs orange. The black charizard looks shorter/rounder/plumper (shorter neck too). did you alter the pattern or was it the yard type or size of hook that changed this? Thanks!

  18. Anna says:

    Hi Mia!
    I love your pattern! It’s amazing. :)
    I would love to make this for my brother and his friends, but I wanted to ask a question first. If other people want me to make them an ami, could I sell the creation and give you credit? I wasn’t sure if you don’t want people selling the written pattern only or if it would be both the written pattern and the amigurumi.
    Just wanted clarification. :)
    Thanks so much and keep up the amazing creating!
    ~Anna

  19. Oi, estou usando lã molet com agulha 2,5mm (com 3,5/4mm fica esburacado), mas parece estar ficando bem menor do que o seu, sabe me dizer se a diferença de espessura é grande entre a cisne d’primera e a molet?

  20. Kim says:

    OMG this is awesome Ty so much for sharing,I love dragon’s and am a devoted wow player. I would love to see which one you do so I can add to my collection.

  21. Ana Larissa Freitas says:

    Mia, primeiro de tudo parabéns!, estão um arraso!!!
    Queria saber se tinha como comprar algum? Queria presentear um grande amigo, mas não tenho nenhum talento no assunto, rs.
    Abraços! =)

    • Nayra says:

      Ana Amélia…. Também estou apaixonada e também gostaria de presentear alguém. Nunca fiz croché na vida! Vc faz para vender?

  22. lucilene says:

    mia boa noite meu nome e lucilene eu to tentando entender rs mas ta dificil,meu genro adora poquemon e pediu pra mim fazer um pra ele,se não for pedir muito seria possivel vc postar um video fazendo ele todo obg amiga…

    • Olá, Lucilene, eu não tenho a intenção de editar vídeos explicando toda a receita, porque demanda muito tempo. No entanto, qualquer dúvida com a tradução da receita eu estou a disposição.

  23. jest tak piękny że musiałam go mieć :)

  24. Giselle says:

    Olá Mia, primeira vez no seu blog e primeira vez q tento seguir a receita em inglês e msm tendo algum conhecimento to me embananando com alguns termos técnicos…
    mr seria o msm q magic ring? meus neurônios estão me matando huahauah. Meu forte mesmo é tricô, apesar de saber fazer crochê desde pequena…

    PS: Amei seu blog!!!

  25. Oi adorei o teu trabalho, eu queria fazer ele mas que acontece se eu fizer tudo com uma unica agulas numero 3?? será que fica muito tosco???

    • Não ficaria, só escolha uma linha proporcional para este tamanho de agulha. Além disso, na parte das unhas você vai ter que fazer elas menores do que na receita, se não vão ficar desproporcionais.

  26. Felipe says:

    Nossa, bastante tempo sem comentários. Achei lindo e minha mulher falou de fazer um para colocarmos na nossa estante (fãs assiduos de pokemon e animes), porém ela está com dificuldades para entender como fazer pois não conhece mto os padrões em inglês. Teria uma versão traduzida para ajuda-la, ou uma referencia do que é cada coisa?

  27. Ramona Biber says:

    hallo hast du die Anleitung auch auf deutsch`?
    Grüsse ramona

  28. Thank you very much. My grandson is turning 6 on feb 20 and all he wanted was for me to make him charizard slippers. He will be very surprised when I give him this stuff charizard too. I very appreciated this pattern. Thank you again. Deb

  29. Thank u so much!! :D God bless u!

  30. Amanda says:

    Thank you so much for sharing!

  31. Lyn says:

    Thank you so much, can’t wait to make him

  32. bev says:

    Your work is stunning, tyvm for the pattern, my grandchildren will love

  33. barbara calquin says:

    Me encanto!! soy de Chile y siempre ando buscando cosas nuevas para hacer, y te quiero felicitar por tu trabajo, me tome el tiempo de hacerlo y lo termine!!! quedo muy lindo. Eres muy inteligente al haber creado este patrón te felicito. Saludos

    • barbara calquin says says:

      Hola barbara igual soy de chile lei tu caomentario y me gustaria saber como lo hiciste eata muy lindo y si puedes compartir el patron en español te lo agradecere muchas gracias

  34. Pokemon Awesomeness 4 Ever! says:

    Hi again! I would like to ask a few question if you don’t mind! Could I get through this pattern by using 1 or 2 balls (each 100g) of orange? Do I HAVE to use wire? I don’t exactly have any at the moment. Thanks!
    <3 all your patterns! Now all I need is mega charizard X to complete the trio!
    P.S. I love Pokemon Origins too!

  35. Carla Whiteman says:

    Where the mold for the eyes?

    • Pokemon Awesomeness 4 Ever! says:

      Hi Carla Whiteman! Hope you don’t mind me replying to your question! Here are the options!
      1. you can needle felt them
      2. You can sculpt them from clay
      3. You can sew them from felt (this is what I usually do!)
      Hope that helps!

  36. José says:

    Hello Mia! Your work is really awesome! I would love to see Espeon or Flareon (or any Eeveevolution). Greetings from Argentina!

  37. Toni-Lou says:

    Amazing pattern! For free too! Thank you :) I am making this for my son, but am unsure about the stitch counts on the cream belly… Where you do the decreases, your stitch counts seem to have 2 stitches more than you end up with :( for instance, decrease sc 18 decrease, would give you 20 stitches, but you say 22. Am I being dumb lol!

  38. Carla Whiteman says:

    Hello,
    I love your pattern, very easy to follow, ive made alot of pokemon, but this is the best up to now :) ive come to this part of the patter for the tail –
    Row 34: 3 inc, sc 20, inc (24)
    Row 35: sc in each sc (24)
    Row 36-44: sc in each sc (24)
    Row 45: dec, sc 18, dec (22)
    it does not add up, have you just miscounted and its ment to be an inc,sc20,inc??

    • Rebekah L says:

      I think the “3 inc” in Row 34 is a typo. I took the 3 out since every other row is just “inc, sc x, inc”

    • Rebekah L says:

      It’s from Rows 45 and forward that I am having problems with.
      Row 45 reads “dec, sc 18, dec (22)
      That doesn’t add up
      I can’t figure out if it should really be:

      dec, sc 18, dec (20)
      or
      dec, sc 20, dec (22)
      or
      2 dec, sc 18, dec (22)
      or
      dec, sc 18, 2 dec (22)

      I’m so confused

  39. Ashley says:

    Please do pokemon x soon. Please, please, please. please. Thank You.

  40. hola buenas, ¿podría decirme cuantos cm mide de alto y cuanto de ala a ala? Gracias.

  41. hi i was wondering is it 3 fingers in each hand?

  42. Going to start this prosject and love all the work you have put into this pattern. Respect!! I just wonder how much of each yarn you used? Like two of orange yarn and one of white etc?

  43. Lisa says:

    Scratch that last comment – just watched the video & all is good!!! Thanks

  44. Lisa says:

    Hi Mia, I am making this gorgeous dragon but am stuck on the head, do you start with a magic circle first & if so how many SC’s do you need????

  45. Alicia george says:

    I wanna do the shiny but there is no pattens for his belly or wings

  46. Stevanie says:

    Hi Mia!
    Thanks for sharing your beautiful patterns :) you are so kind!
    I have a doubt with charizard’s pattern. When I have to do the pieces number one of the wings…do I have to increase with 2 hdc or two stitches together?
    I will be so gratefull If you answer my question!
    Bye bye and thanks again!

  47. Anain says:

    Muchas gracias por compartir los patrones,no sabes lo feliz que estoy al encontrarlos.Me encantan tus dragones y todo tu trabajo.Gracias y un besete

  48. Mangacrafter says:

    I’m making a meowth that looks like the game/cartoon and was stuck the eyes. i was wondering if you could help me. e-mail-bolzard52@yahoo.com

  49. Hi! Nice work. Love it :)
    Mirtha Amigurumis

  50. dracarys says:

    Hello, I wanted to ask you a question, how do the nose and eyebrows?

  51. Pokemon4Ever! says:

    Pardon me but can I make this WITHOUT wire? Because I don’t have any.

  52. mangacrafter says:

    Hi I was thinking of making both charizards so i was wondering how much wire you used? I fond some floral wire at a dollar store that looks like it is double the thickness of the wire that you used.I was wondering if that would work just as well. I’ve only been doing amigurumi a short while but I pretty much have all the basics down.

    • Hi! I don’t know, I think I used about 150cm of wire to make Charizard Y. I think that it will be difficult for you to crochet his wings with thicker wire. I used one with 2,11mm diameter.

  53. Pokemon4Ever! says:

    They look really big! Awesomeness for cuddle size! First get a flipping crochet hook from cheap shop then, here i come charizard normal and mega!

  54. Pokemon4Ever! says:

    OMG! OMG! Thanks so much for your generosity on posting your patterns! They look exactly the same as in the anime. Time to buy a new crochet hook and yarn!

  55. Monica Telles de Salles says:

    Mia! Vc é fantástica. Seu site é de padrão internacional! Pena não termos outros desse nível em nosso país. Faço crochet há muitos anos mas de forma intermitente e gostaria de aprimorar mas não achei nenhuma escola avançada no Brasil. Vc tem alguma para indicar?
    Sugestão: não sei se vc já fez, mas já pensou em fazer a Cuca, o Caipora, o Saci mas em designs diferentes dos consagrados pela tv? Há também outros personagens de nosso foclore que talvez fossem bem legais! Abraços. Monica

    • Muito obrigada, Monica! Infelizmente não tenho nenhuma para te indicar! Também gostaria muito de saber!

      Obrigada pela sugestão! Irei refletir sobre a possibilidade de fazê-los!

      Abraços! :)

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