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Crochet Angela Amigurumi from Mobile Legends

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This time I share amigurumi crochet pattern from the online game Mobile Legends: Bang Bang which is Angela! Angela in Bunnylove skin looks bright and adorable. Actually, the model for this amigurumi is not Angela, but her string puppet. Even so, let’s just assume it represents Angela.  

Angela hero Mobile Legends
crochet Angela amigurumi from Mobile Legends

Find other amigurumi crochet patterns of Mobile Legends heroes here.

Angela is an android created by Dr. Baker who was programmed with the world’s most moving stories into her heart, meant for helping others. Her ability is very helpful for her ally because she can generate a shield that can absorb damage. Using her puppet strings, Angela can bind specific target and gradually slowing the target movement speed.

Angela amigurumi is bigger than the other amigurumi I have made. On the first try I was worried that her body parts would be out of proportion. But the result was just right away, I was so happy.

I share Angela amigurumi free crochet pattern in this post, especially for Mobile Legends game lovers. Or you can purchase an inexpensive ad-free PDF of this pattern on Etsy HERE. This PDF includes the step-by-step pictures and is a total of 6 pages.

Remember, play Mobile Legends: Bang Bang sufficiently and don’t forget to rest ^ ^)

PATTERN

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Notes

Angela amigurumi is about 20 cm (7.8 in) tall without headband and 28 cm (11 in) tall with headband.
I used small ply Balinese cotton yarn (8 ply sport yarn) and Tulip hook no 2/0 (2 mm).
Its height may vary based on the materials you used.

Materials

Yarns:
–  pink
–  white
–  turquoise
–  light orange
–  light brown
–  dark brown
–  black
Tulip hook no 2/0 (2 mm)
Tapestry needle
Straight pins
Scissors
Fiber fill
Fiber glue
Small amount of sewing thread

Abbreviations (US Term)

MR = magic ring
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
inc = sc increase (2 sc in next stitch)
dec = sc decrease (join next 2 sts into 1)
sl st = slip stitch
BLO = back loop only
FLO = front loop only

Body

Use pink
Round 1:  MR, 6 sc (6)
Round 2:  1 sc, inc (9)
Round 3:  2 sc, inc (12)
Round 4:  3 sc, inc (15)
Round 5-11:  sc in each stitch (15)
Change to white
Round 12:  4 sc, inc (18)
Round 13:  sc in each stitch (18)
Round 14:  4 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 4 sc (20)
Round 15:  3 sc, dec (16)
Fill as you go
Round 16:  2 sc, dec (12)
Round 17:  1 sc, dec (8)
Change to pink
Round 18:  BLO sc in each stitch (8)
Round 19: sc in each stitch (8)
Continue to work the head.

Head

Use white
Round 20:  BLO inc in each stitch (16)
Round 21:  *1 sc, inc* 8 times (24)
Round 22:  *1 sc, inc* 12 times (36)
Round 23:  *5 sc, inc* 6 times (42)
Round 24:  *6 sc, inc* 6 times (48)
Round 25:  *7 sc, inc* 6 times (54)
Round 26-37:  sc in each stitch – 12 rounds (54)
Fill the neck firmly
Round 38:  *dec, 7 sc* 6 times (48)
Round 39:  *dec, 6 sc* 6 times (42)
Round 40:  *dec, 5 sc* 6 times (36)
Round 41:  *dec, 4 sc* 6 times (30)
Round 42:  *dec, 3 sc* 6 times (24)
Round 43:  *dec, 2 sc* 6 times (18)
Fill as you go
Round 44:  *dec, 1 sc* 6 times (12)
Round 45:  *dec* 6 times (6)
Fasten off.
Legs (make 2)
Use pink
Round 1:    MR, 6 sc (6)
Round 2:    *1 sc, inc* 3 times (9)
Round 3:    *2 sc, inc* 3 times (12)
Round 4:    *1 sc, inc* 6 times (18)
Round 5-7: sc in each stitch – 3 rounds (18)
Change to white
Round 8-23:    sc in each stitch – 16 rounds (18)
Fill as you go
Round 24:  *1 sc, dec* 6 times (12)
Round 25:  *dec* 6 times (6)
Fasten off. Leave a tail for sewing.   

Arms (make 2)

Use dark brown
Round 1:    MR, 5 sc (5)
Round 2:    2 sc, inc, 2 sc (6)
Change to white
Round 3-11:    sc in each stitch – 9 rounds (6)
Change to pink
Round 12:  BLO sc in each stitch (6)
Round 13:  *2 sc, inc* 2 times (8)
Fill a little the pink part only
Round 14:  *dec, 2 sc* 2 times (6)
Fasten off, leave a tail for sewing.

Sleeve

Work in closed round (end each round with sl st) start from Round 12 of the arm
Use white
Round 1:    FLO 1 ch, *2 sc, inc* 2 times, sl st (8)
Round 2:    1 ch, *3 sc, inc* 2 times, sl st (10)
Round 3:    1 ch, sc in each stitch, sl st (10)
Round 4:    1 ch, *4 sc, inc* 2 times, sl st (12)
Round 5:    1 ch, sc in each stitch (12)
Round 6:    1 ch, *5 sc, inc* 2 times, sl st (14)
Round 7:    1 ch, sc in each stitch, sl st (14)
Round 8:    1 ch, *6 sc, inc* 2 times, sl st (16)
Round 9:    1 ch, sc in each stitch, sl st (16)
Round 10:  1 ch, *7 sc, inc* 2 times, sl st (16)
Change to light orange
Round 11:  sl st in each stitch (16)
Fasten off.

Hair

Use light brown
Round 1:    MR, 10 sc (10)
Round 2:    *inc* 9 times, 1 sc (19)
Round 3:    sc in each stitch (19)
Continue working in rows.
Row 1:     24 ch, sc in 2nd ch from hook, 21 hdc, sc in last ch, sl st in next sc of MR, turn (23)
Row 2:     1 sc, 22 hdc (23)
Row 3:     1 ch, turn, 1 sc, 21 hdc, 1 sc, sl st in next sc of MR, turn (23)
Row 4-25:  Repeat Row 2 and 3
Continue working the fringe.
Row 26:   1 sc, 7 hdc (8)
Row 27:   1 ch, turn, 7 hdc, 1 sc, sl st in next sc of MR, turn (8)
Row 28-35:  Repeat Row 26 and 27 (8)
Row 36:   1 sc, 7 hdc (8)
Leave a tail for sewing.
Sew the fringe to the hair piece to close the piece.

Eyes (make 2)

Use black
Round 1:  4 ch, skip 1 ch, 2 sc, 3 sc in last ch, 1 sc in below ch, 2 sc in last stitch, sl st (8)
Leave a long tail for sewing.

Headband

Use turquoise
29 ch.
Skip 1 ch, 27 sc, 3 sc in last ch, 26 sc in below ch, 2 sc in last stitch, sl st in 1st sc (58)
Leave a long tail for sewing.

Bunny Ears Ornament (make 2)

Use turquoise
Round 1:    MR, 5 sc (5)
Round 2:    sc in each stitch (5)
Round 3:    *inc* 5 times (10)
Round 4-5: sc in each stitch – 2 rounds (10)
Round 6:    *1 sc, inc* 3 times (15)
Round 7:    sc in each stitch (15)
Round 8:    *4 sc, inc* 3 times (18)
Round 9-16:    sc in each stitch – 8 rounds (18)
Round 17:  *dec, 4 sc* 3 times (15)
Round 18:  sc in each stitch (15)
Round 19:  *dec, 3 sc* 3 times (12)
Round 20-22:  sc in each stitch – 3 rounds (12)
Round 23:  *dec, 4 sc* 2 times (10)
Round 24:  *dec, 3 sc* 2 times (8)
Round 25:  sc in each stitch (8)
Round 26:  *dec, 2 sc* 2 times (6)
Fasten off, leave a tail for sewing.

BOW

The bow has 3 parts: body, tail, and button.

Body

Use turquoise
Row 1:     13 ch, skip 1 ch, 12 sc (12)
Row 2-5:  1 ch, turn, 12 sc – 4 rows (12)
Make sc around the 4 sides.
Fasten off. Tie the middle part with sewing thread.

Tail

Use turquoise
Row 1:   19 ch, skip 1 ch, 18 sc (18)
Row 2:   1 ch, turn, inc, 16 sc, inc (20)
Row 3:   1 ch, turn, inc, 18 sc, inc (22)
Fasten off. Tie the middle part with sewing thread.

Button

Use light orange
Round 1:  MR, 6 sc (6)
Round 2:  *inc* 6 times (12)
Leave a long tail for sewing.

Roll the leaving yarn from button tightly a couple of times around the center of the bow body and tail, then sew the button.

bow Angela amigurumi

Assembling

  1. Put hair in for a while and use pins to set eyes position before sewing. Sew eyes onto Round 24-28 of the head, 7 sc apart. Fasten off at the back of the head.
  2. After sewing the 2nd eye, do not fasten off, continue embroidering the mouth in Round 21, 6 sc wide, 1 row height. Set the center of the mouth using pin. Fasten off at the back of the head.
  3. Sew arms on Round 17 of the body.
  4. Set the position of legs using pins on Round 3 of the body. Sew legs to the body.
  5. Use pins for positioning the hair. Attach the hair onto the head with fiber glue.
  6. Sew the headband to the head, centered over the hair MR.
  7. Sew the bunny ears ornament to the headband, next to each other in the middle of the headband.
  8. Sew bow to the doll chest in Round 15 of the body.

Finished! \(^o^)/

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Angela is an original character from Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. Pattern and pictures are original design by Crochethea. This pattern is for personal, non-commercial use only. You may sell items you make from this pattern. You may link to this pattern but you may not copy any part of the pattern instructions on other websites. ©2021 Crochethea

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