Totoro, Totoro!

I just realized that I never posted a picture of my Totoro amigurumi here, only on Ravelry. So, here we are:

totoro2

He was a Christmas present for my friend E-san. ^_^ (Sorry, I didn’t save the pattern…)

In other news I have been super super swamped with school and haven’t had any time to crochet, knit, sew… X_X But I’ve got a couple ideas for amigurumi patterns that I’d like to work on as soon as time allows.

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March 29, 2009. Tags: , . Amigurumi.

16 Comments

  1. Angie replied:

    Would you share your totoro pattern?

  2. janetta replied:

    its sooo kawaii

  3. Cecile replied:

    Hey :)

    I’d love to try him, do you think you might put up a pattern for it?

    Thanks :)
    c

  4. BiZhu replied:

    Just came across your site and I’m following your cupcake pattern as my first amigurumi/crochet project everr. Hope you share more patterns..’specially Totoro and your humanoids with their cute outfits.
    Thanks..and gabatte!

  5. Bookworm replied:

    I would love your Totoro pattern. I have an old friend of the family, a lady who I’ve known since I was about 7 or 8 who loves Totoro. I would love to make one for her, yours is adorable. Best one I’ve seen.

  6. Tina C replied:

    This is amazing!! I’m a huge studio Ghibli fan and especially a Totoro fan :D I have a Totoro stuffed animal, but I’d really like to make a crochet one too. Could you share or sell the pattern?

  7. Genie replied:

    Nimoe—Will you share your Totoro pattern. I am willing to pay for the pattern. I would love to make one for my granddaughter, as she is a rabid Totoro fan.

    Aloha,

    Genie Kauhane

  8. Nimoe replied:

    Thanks for all your interest in Totoro! Erm, I don’t remember if I wrote down the pattern though… *sweatdrop* Lemme look into that.

  9. Deawn replied:

    so cute!! :)
    is it difficult to learn how to make those amigurumi? :O

  10. Ravenfur replied:

    I’ve always, always wanted to try Totoro. I have to say that’s the one anime movie I love, even over Spirited Away. Please add the pattern, I’d love to try it!

  11. Brittni replied:

    How do you learn to make one of these? What are they called and is there a site, or book on them. I want to learn how to make my own. >.< There so cute, please e-mail me how. At BEpple238109@yahoo.com.

  12. Caro-chan replied:

    http://heavens-hellcat.livejournal.com/420.html

    Here’s a link to a similar totoro pattern, for those of you hungry to make one! :3

  13. Dina replied:

    SO CUTE !!! =D

  14. lisa replied:

    hi, i love your art!!! your totoro is the best i have seen. i am wondering if you did write down the pattern and i could have it or pay for it. my son who turns 7in january, looooves the movie and i think it would make a great surprise bdy gift for him. thanks!

  15. Nimoe replied:

    Hi Lisa, and thank you! :) Forgot to mention this here after I looked, but I didn’t save the Totoro pattern…sorry!

  16. vlugo replied:

    ahh i love this totoro! wish you had the patern :/

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