Let’s make clowns fun.
While clowns aren’t everybody’s cup of tea, we’ve all had fun watching them at the circus or at the fair. Therefore, let’s re-kindle some of that childhood fun. To this point, here are some amigurumi clown figurines that will enable you to put some sparkle in a kid’s eyes. Of course, you can make these for yourself to brighten up a room or cheer up someone who’s down in the dumps.
Fooly The Clown Free Crochet Pattern
To start with, here is a great example of how fancy an amigurumi figure can be. To summarize, Fooly is a tall ami toy, with numerous color swaths and s techniques. Overall this is a great, somewhat more ambitious crochet project that will function great as a decoration or a token of love for the person you bestow it on. Either way, it’s difficult to have a more complex and more eye-pleasing amigurumi for your enjoyment.
Skills: Intermediate Designer: Passionate Crafter
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Pennywise the dancing clown
Of course, a clown can be scary and great for an older kid who’s into horror. Consequently, what better choice for an amigurumi clown than Pennywise?
Skills: easy Designer: Kerstin Batz
Lastly, here is a clown from a town fair. Indeed, you can just picture him making balloon animals for the kiddies as they eat their cotton candy.
Skills: easy Designer: Jackie Laing
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