Amigurumi · Crochet · K-Pop · Matoki

Matoki Part 1: Tatsmato

For everyone who doesn’t know, the matoki are the rabbit-like mascots of South Korean hip-hop group, B.A.P. The matoki are alien warriors who crash-landed on Earth. They are also, in my opinion, the single most plush-able things in k-pop.

I mean—look at them. They’re adorable.

I originally decided to crochet one as a Christmas present for one of my friends. Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, no patterns exist for such a task, so I decided to make my own. Then, I decided to improve the pattern and make a full set of matoki for myself. Which leads us to Tats.

Tatsmato is my personal favorite matoki—which may or may not be related to the fact that his mask is one of the easiest ones to make. Either way, he seemed like a good place to start, so here he is:


I had originally intended to post the pattern for the matoki  here as well. Unfortunately, I’m still tweaking it. Currently, I intend to post the pattern once I’ve finished the second matoki.


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