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introducing AmiDogs

Thanks to those of you who voted in my poll! As 78% of respondents said they would be interested in one or more doggy crochet patterns, I’ve been busy designing and now I’m ready to reveal my latest project: AmiDogs!

Press Release

AmiDogs by PlanetJune is a new range of amigurumi dog crochet patterns from the designer of the Fuzzy Friends collection. Each AmiDogs pattern is designed to capture a different breed of dog.

The patterns will be available individually and as value-priced sets of three. The initial release will include the first set of three patterns: Labrador, Dachshund and Shiba Inu. Suggestions and requests for future AmiDogs patterns are welcome!

AmiDogs - amigurumi crocheted dachshund, shiba inu and labrador dogs
L-R: Dachshund, Shiba Inu, Labrador – click picture for larger version

AmiDogs Set 1 will be available to purchase within the next few weeks – sign up for the mailing list to be notified when they are released.

UPDATE: Looking for the pattern? You can find the AmiDogs Set 1 crochet patterns in my shop.

23 Comments »

  1. Jessica said

    I LOVE the dachshund. You should do a husky too, with your fuzzy yarn as the tail. I love huskies.
    You could do a lot of fuzzy dogs actually. Oh and a poodle!

  2. Pattie said

    I LOVE your doggie patterns! I have Pugs and I was wondering if there will be a Pug pattern in the future?

  3. Mel2nsluvscrochet said

    How darling…..hope you design a chihuahua! I have always wanted one but since I have 2 cats….getting a dog is really out of the question. But I love your doggies! Adorable!

  4. Cristina said

    Great looking dogs!! Would love to see a “Siberian Husky” and/or an “Alaskan Malamute”. I used to have 1 of each.

  5. Sarah said

    Hurray! I’m going to snatch up that Shiba Inu pattern as soon as its available! 🙂

  6. gina said

    Yay! Love these. Have been looking high & low for a shih tzu pattern if you ever find one…these are adorable!

  7. sarina said

    cocker spaniel would be great.

  8. Debi said

    Yay!!! Can’t wait for the Shiba Inu pattern 🙂 My friend will be so happy to get one as a gift!! I’d like to see a poodle and a boston terrier also if those are possible. Thanks June!

  9. Wenie said

    Your ami-pups are adorable. Do you have one of a Bichon?

    Wenie

  10. josie said

    thank you as soon as my daughter gets hom from work i will get her to order the dog patterns from you. I do not know how to order things on the internet as of yet. I only knit and crohet anything and everything. for the last 55 years. again thank you.

  11. Synnøve said

    I love them all. Have you thought of making a schnauzer?

  12. Tina said

    Would love a Welsh Corgi and a Papillon but I know they are sort of unusual. Your idea for dog patterns is great. I think you will find a lot of demand eventually.

    Cheers!
    Tina

  13. katz rina said

    i would like to get the pattern of these dogs. what i have to do to get them.

  14. Gail E said

    I just ordered the ami-doxie pattern. Our daughter has an adorable doxie that no one wanted. They named him Oscar, short for his full name of Oscar Meyer Weiner Gamble Burnham . . . Thank heavens he is a long dog since he has such a long name!

    I’m looking forward to surprising her with your pattern of a crocheted doxie. She will be so surprised. She wanted one but had not found one anywhere. It’s a bit late for her birthday, but she won’t care~

    Thanks for sharing your creativity with everyone!
    gail e

  15. fuzzyzombielove said

    *looks at shiba inu*

    SO IT WAS YOU ALL ALONG!!! @_@

  16. Diane said

    Your patterns are wonderful!! I just ordered the Amidogs set!! I would love to see a whippet……you are very talented!! God Bless you!!

  17. My big thing is crocheting cupcakes so I have never attempted animals. My daughter is crazy about the childrens series Charlie & Lola (we are from the UK) and the sausage dog called Sizzels who is one of the characters. We searched high and low in the shops for a Sizzels, but Sizzels was was not to be found – I can’t wait to see her face when I make this for her.

    Many thanks 🙂
    Jacquie O

  18. Sheila said

    Would love to see a pug!

    Sheila

  19. PAIGE said

    THEY ARE SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CUTE

    P.S. I’M A ANIMAL LOVER ALSO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  20. Rebekah said

    I am so excited! I have been wanting to make a dachshund! I am definitely buying this one! My husband loves beagles! and my brother is away at college and when he was a little boy, he use to love the dog show: Wishbone! So I am making him a terrier to send to him. Thanks for the fun patterns! 🙂

  21. wiebke k. said

    the dachshund is very cool

  22. Rita Cuthbert said

    How do I get a copy of the daschund pattern please

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