amigurumi cupcake container free crochet pattern

amigurumi cupcake container free crochet pattern

Amigurumi cupcake container free crochet pattern. To make this little cutie, I used a margarine container and then glued the “cup liner” from the cupcake amigurumi to the bottom part, and then glued the frosting to the cap of the container.

*Disclosure

The result is a cute cupcake amigurumi container, that is also disguised but functional. You can store little things in it, and if you don’t tell anybody, you could even use it as a secret hiding place. Once is closed it doesn’t look as there’s anything inside but looks like a one piece cupcake amigurumi.

The idea to create this little cupcake amigurumi came to me because I wanted to save the margarine container. I want to save almost any box, Tupperware, or container that is reusable, it just seems a waste to throw some stuff away.

But I also didn’t want to be the gal that hoards everything. (Note I said everything, as I still hoard some things here and there, lol)

At first, I was just going to cover it with yarn or fabric. But then, when considering “HOW” to cover it with yarn, I got the idea of making a “cup” by working in the round.

It was all play with words from there, as the idea of a cup, make me think of cup-cake. By then my little creative mind started to play with ideas and I created this amigurumi cupcake 😀

I made a little change, as the cup liner is not worked in rounds after all, because by working in rows, I was able to create a texture that resembles the folds found in cupcake liners.

Amigurumi cupcake container free crochet pattern. Easy to follow  step by step instructions with photos. Make a cute amigurumi cupcake to hide little treasures.

Amigurumi cupcake container free crochet pattern

Materials for the amigurumi cupcake

Stitches used in the amigurumi cupcake free crochet pattern

(Links will take you to a tutorial)

amigurumi cupcake container crochet free pattern

amigurumi cupcake container crochet free patternAmigurumi Cupcake Cup Liner

With a  crochet needle 1/2.75mm and Classic Crochet Thread

  1. Ch 71 – make a circle and close with ss
  2. Ch 3; dc across; ss
  3. Ch 3; *fpdc; bpdc* repeat ** until end and ss to close
  4. to 10 – repeat round 3. fasten off

amigurumi cupcake container crochet free patternAmigurumi Cupcake Frosting – Topping

With Crochet hook size J/10 6.00mm and the medium weight yarn

  1. in a magic ring cast 8 sc
  2. 2 sc in each sc (16)
  3. * 1sc; 2sc in same st* repeat ** until end (24)
  4. sc around (24)
  5. * 2sc; 2sc in same st* repeat ** until end (32)
  6. sc around (32)
  7. * 3sc; 2sc in same st* repeat ** until end (40)
  8. sc around (40)
  9.  sc around (40)
  10.  sc around (40)
  11.  sc around (40)
  12.  sc;  *ch2; skip 2st; sc* repeat ** until end
  13.  sc; * 6 hdc in ch space; sc* repeat ** until end. fasten off

Fruit topper decoration

With Crochet hook size J/10 6.00mm and the medium weight yarn

  1. in a magic ring cast 4 sc
  2. 2 sc in each st (8)
  3.  sc around (8)
  4.  2 sctog 4 times (4).
  5. fasten off

Putting the amigurumi cupcake container all together

  • Sew the fruit topper to the cupcake frosting
  • Glue the cup to the bottom part of the container, and let it dry. I used a hot glue gun, but fabric glue or all-purpose glue will also work just fine.
  • Fill the frosting with fiber-fill and glue it to the top of the container, also let it dry.
  • Ta-da! your own amigurumi cupcake should be done, yay!

amigurumi cupcake container free pattern amigurumi cupcake container free pattern

Amigurumi cupcake container free crochet pattern. Easy to follow  step by step instructions with photos. Make a cute amigurumi cupcake to hide little treasures.

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17 thoughts on “amigurumi cupcake container free crochet pattern”

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    1. It was the smallest “I can’t believe is not butter” container. I believe it was 6oz. Sorry I can’t confirm it, as I gave this away. If you want to use a bigger container, just add more chains to the base. And follow the rest of the pattern just the same for the “cup”. As for the frosting, you will need to add a few extra rows.

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  8. Row 5 is not well put instruction wise. If your saying 2 sc around well there’s no way you will end up with 32 sc’s. can you make this more clearer plz? I’m a very skilled crocheter and I just don’t see ending up with 32 sc’s. thank you kindly for sharing this pattern with us, it is adorable and will wait your reply as I sure would like to finish it. thanx again.

    1. Row five reads: “* 2sc; 2sc in same st* repeat ** until end (32)”

      2 regular single crochet, followed by 2 single crochet in one stitch. This way, 8 stitches are increased in total. 24 + 8 = 32

      I hope that helps 🙂

  9. I figured it out after a bit,thank you for your reply and help. I finished one already and started another one. Their birthday gifts that I know my friend will just adore,their just the cutest and thanx again for sharing. God Bless and have a wonderful day!!!

    1. You’re welcome. I’m here to help 🙂
      They make great little gifts. I have gifted them myself to friends and family 😀

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