These are pdf patterns that I sell through Ravelry and Etsy. When you click ‘Buy Now’ you will be taken directly to Paypal. If you’re interested in a bunch of them, you could always sign up for a free account with Ravelry.

Free Patterns

Amigurumi Puppy Pattern Ideal Sphere Cover Amigurumi Pacman Ghost Cover

Amigurumi Pacman Cover Penguin Pattern Cover


Amigurumi Patterns

Amigurumi Bunny & Mouse Pattern Amigurumi Monster Bird Pattern Amigurumi Square-Head Monster Pattern




Amigurumi Budgie Pattern Amigurumi Pi Guy Pattern Amigurumi Owl Pattern




Amigurumi Ninjas Pattern Amigurumi Squirrel Pattern Amigurumi Big Foot Pattern




Amigurumi Elephant Amigurumi Jackalope pic




Amigurumi Hippo Cover Amigurumi Teddy Bear Cover Amigurumi Snowman Cover




Crochet Car Title Page Crochet Submarine Cover




Rocket Patterns

Crochet Redstone and Atlas Pattern Crochet Saturn V Pattern Crochet Shuttle Pattern




  1. great site!! love your patterns!

  2. Your site is nice..Just getting mine up and going..I have NO idea what is going

  3. Thanks so much! 😀
    (I have to admit, blogging is kind of fun!)

  4. If you make up a pattern for your holy hand grenade I will be the happiest girl on Earth! You are so talented and awesome 🙂

    • Hey, that’s a good idea! I didn’t write down the pattern as I went but I remember (more or less) what I did. When I get a chance, I’ll make a post about it!
      I can tell you that the bulk of the grenade is just the 30 row ideal sphere.

  5. Oh my! I’ve finally found him! A perfect little hippo for my granddaughter who has loved hippos since she was born!!! I was sooo disappointed when there was no pattern for him…Please, please, write the tutorial for him and post it…I’d be super happy if you could possibly do it before her birthday in December, but any time sooner would be great too! (LOL) Love love your site. Your work is brilliantly beautiful – you are such a talented lady!

    Toni in Lake Stevens WA

    • Hi Toni – the hippo pattern is finished now! In time for your granddaughter’s birthday!

  6. The parts of the space shuttle detach!!! I think i know what i’ll be making for christmas.

  7. […] Crochet Emily from the MsPremiseConclusion blog has a fantastic pattern for crocheting the space shuttle. It’s five bucks, but fellow crocheters, I think it’s totally worth it. Her detail is excellent and it includes the solid rocket boosters. She’s also got patterns for a few older model rockets on her patterns page. […]

  8. I picked up crochet again when I put down the food, and I just picked up amigurumi this last year. There are many really good and really bad patterns out there (free and in print). You consistently design excellent patterns, have a great eye for it. Thank you, also for the perfect sphere . . . yeah, I have to dust off what I remember from high school math, but that pattern is extraordinary.

    Keep making patterns, and I hope to be able to some day see a compilation full-color book on bookstore shelves. Definitely would buy it.

    • Thank you so much. I’m glad my amigurumis make you smile. That’s what they do for me. I am ALL for the healing powers of crochet (and crafts in general).

  9. Could you clarify the final row in your Ideal Sphere pattern? I’m not sure what you mean by 4scdec, since that doesn’t appear exactly like that elsewhere in the pattern. I’m down to the last row, and this will make the perfect ball for my 9 month old son! Thank you!!

  10. […] For this particular crochet project, I wanted to create a nice amigurumi ball. Doing a Google search, I came upon another WordPress blog: Ms. Premise-Conclusion. She’s got a fantastic PDF tutorial on how to create the Ideal Sphere. I recommend you download the PDF – it’s very straightforward and the sphere turns out great: […]

  11. […] per la parte centrale ho usato il pattern per una sfera ideale di 16 giri trovato in questo sito Filato rosso 1°: AM 6m 2°: 6aum (12)3°: 1, aum, 2, aum, 1, aum, 2, aum, 1, aum (17) 4°: 1, aum, […]

  12. […] based Buzzbee’s body on the 30 row sphere by Ms Premise-Conclusion, altering the end slightly to have a hint of a […]

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