Nick Jr.'s Yo Gabba Gabba! is a cute show about five weird little monsters. Oh, sure, it's "for kids," but thanks to the great character design and the participation of several members of the humorous underground rock band The Aquabats, plenty of adults love it, too.
Craftster's Soulmom designed this amigurumi pattern for Muno, one of the monster characters. It uses just red yarn and black and white embroidery thread, but you could also embroider the features with yarn, or make the eye out of black and white felt circles.
This follows on the heels of another Yo Gabba Gabba! amigurumi, Brobee, which recently made the craft blog rounds. Initially, no pattern was available, but Brobee's creator, Craftster's alliecat30, has now posted it. Brobee requires two colors of green yarn, as well as yarn in red and black, and some notions like safety eyes.
Now, who's going to make Foofa, Plex, and Toodee? We're waiting. (While we wait, we might try making these no-sew Yo Gabba Gabba! character pillows from the Nick Jr. site. We might even try sewing them, to make them last longer.)