Happy Lemon Softie Tutorial

Add a little happiness to your day with this adorable Happy Lemon Softie! In this tutorial, I’ll take you through the whole pattern, step-by-step. Get the free written pattern, and follow along!

Happy Lemon Softie Crochet Tutorial on Stitches n Scraps

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Lemon amigurumi crochet pattern

This Happy Lemon Softie crochet tutorial goes along with this Lemon Amigurumi Crochet Pattern. You may find it helpful to reference the pattern as you watch the video.

Happy Lemon Amigurumi crochet pattern on Stitches n Scraps

The pattern has all the written instructions for each round, stitch counts, notes, and other details.

Featured in this video: Fairfield Poly-Fil and Poly Pellets

Fairfield provided the Poly-Fil stuffing and Poly Pellets that I used in this video. I chose Ultra Plush Poly-Fil for a super squishy and smooth finish.

Ultra Plush Poly-Fil from Fairfield World

The Poly Pellets are an optional way to add a bit of weight to your lemon. Just a tablespoon or so in the very bottom will make your lemon hang nice and straight.

Poly Pellets

In the video you’ll see how I wrapped the pellets in a stocking to keep them from falling through the stitches.

Happy Lemon Softie video tutorial

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