Amigurumi Moogle Assembly

June 17, 2014By 5 Comments

Hey everyone, Kristina here! If you didn’t see my post on how to make a Moogle (and what a moogle is) check here.



We went from THIS: 

To THIS:Moogle and friends

Now that we are all up to speed let’s put our Moogle together.  

Starting with the head, fit the opening of the head onto the body to where it will fit snug and the head won’t wobble too much. When I first sewed it on the head wobbled everywhere so I sewed another round a little farther out. Finish off and lose your tails inside his head.

moogle arm Next line up the arms at his proverbial shoulders. They should be closed with a single crochet so sew across the single crochet and into the body. (If you want his arms to move like a teddy bear {click for instructions} you can sew through the body and connect to the other side but his body is big, and thick, and I really didn’t want to bother.)


moogle leg


  Next his little legs, so cute. Line them up and just sew around the open top to connect to the body.


 crochet moogle wings


His wings attach with the wing color to his back. I laid them down so that their natural position is open, like the doll.


 moogle nose


I left his features for last because they are always the hardest for me and my perfectionism. I started with his nose. Line it up in the lower middle of his face so that its wide and short. Sew in place.


moogle mouth With Black scraps of yarn sew big X eyes and swoops for the mouth.


 moogle eye


moogle puff ballFor his little red ball we need a black chenille stem and a big red puffball.  I twisted and twisted then twisted the little ball in place with the stems. 

Moogle and Rami

Moogle and Bob

Voila, he is big, huggable, loveable, and all mine er yours… Enjoy!



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  1. Creative Spark Week 8 | June 25, 2014
  1. Omg, that is so cute and cuddly. Seriously, I am so impressed yet again with your handiwork!!! 🙂

  2. becka says:

    It turned out perfectly. He is adorable!

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