Amigurumi Change Me Bear & Bunny Free Pattern

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What does amigurumi means?
The word Amigurumi comes from Japanese. The Japanese call handicrafts knitted with crochet and needle as Ami. The Japanese call the toys that are filled with objects such as fibers or cotton as Nuigurumi. The word Amigurumi is derived as a combination of these two words.

Amigurumi knitting techniques are very easy. You can find many handcrafts prepared with these techniques on my site. What is Amigurumi for beginners in Amigurumi handwork? How to knit amigurumi? In this blog, where you can find the answers to the questions with pictures, you will be able to learn about Amigurumi in all details.

I share in this blog are amigurumi cats, amigurumi dogs, amigurumi fish, amigurumi unicorn, amigurumi penguins, amigurumi parrot, amigurumi giraffe, amigurumi pigs, amigurumi bunnies, amigurumi cows, amigurumi sheeps, amigurumi bees, amigurumi dolls, amigurumi snakes, amigurumi mice, amigurumi elephants, amigurumi pumpkins, amigurumi pandas, amigurumi owls, amigurumi cartoon characters, amigurumi twetters, amigurumi caterpillars and more …

Also I’m sharing new amigurumi free patterns every day.
Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Bear and Bunny
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

The work of Alexandra Yankovskaya.
This small and modest work will tell you how to create an unusual toy with a body and two (or more) heads. Of course, not two at once – our plans destroy the creation of the Serpent Gorynych 🙂 But with a single body and several heads, the toy will diversify children’s games, because the roller that can play several alone.
In addition, the method of wearing the head makes it mobile, which is more interesting than a tightly sewn turn.
To knit a toy according to this description, you need to know how to do it:

a) adding / decreasing stitches according to the circle rule
b) amigurumi ring (or magic, sliding, magic ring)
c) single crochet
d) air loops
e) decreases
f) increases
g) change of thread color,
and also has basic sewing skills.
Enjoy your creativity!

SYMBOLS. TOOLS AND MATERIALS

First, let’s define the rules:

sc – single crochet
vp – air loop
KA – amigurumi ring
kill – reduce
pr – increase
(… Sc,… dec) x n – repeat the pattern n times in brackets
All parts of our toy will be knitted in a spiral.
Main color: Alize Bella yarn, 100% cotton, shade No. 01 (milky).
Secondary color: Alize Bella yarn, 100% cotton, shade No. 110 (lemon).
A pointer to mark the start of a line.
Crochet hook Clover No. 1.75.
Eyes with a diameter of 3mm (for a bear’s head).
9mm diameter eyes (for a rabbit head).
Woolen thread thread for sewing eyes and embroidering the nose.
A blunt-ended needle for sewing the toy parts together.
Ordinary sewing needle for sewing in a peephole and embroidering a nose.
Scissors.
Holofiber.
Toy stuffing tool.
Please note that you can use other tools and materials. However, it should be noted that the appearance of your finished work may differ from the example presented if you use other materials or tools.
A FEW USEFUL TIPS for knitting toys
Try to knit more tightly without holes to prevent the toy from stretching during the stuffing and the treacherous “shining” of the filling between the loops. If you are loosely crochet, use a smaller crochet hook.
When filling parts, make sure the packing is equally dense and homogeneous. You need to fill the details with small pieces of filler, distribute them so that they do not create any dents or protrusions. A properly filled piece should be evenly filled, very dense in feel and symmetrical.
If you are knitting a toy for a child under three years old, it is recommended not to use plastic or glass eyes. In this case, it is better to embroider them with a simple sewing thread or floss – this will be safer for the baby.

  1. LOWER FOOT AND BODY

We start knitting the BOTTOM LEGS using the yarn of the main color (milk).

1.5 sbn = 5 sbn in KA

  1. pr. Per cycle = 10 sbn
    3-5 (3 rows) = 10 sbn
    This is where the knitting of the foot ends – yes, it is very fast and easy 🙂 The thread must be tied, cut and hidden.

Tie the other foot in the same pattern, but do not cut the thread. Dial 20 VP (a kind of “bridge” between legs) and tie both legs as follows: 10 sbn along the perimeter of one, 20 sbn along the “bridge” of air loops, then 10 sbn along the perimeter of the other, and again along the “bridge” 20 more sbn … 60 sbn in total.
This will create a sixth row connecting both legs. It is also the first line of the body. Continue knitting with the basic color (milk color).

7-10 (4 rows) = 60 sbn
Change the thread color to auxiliary (lemon).
11.60 sbn of yarn
change its color to the main one (milk).
12.60 sbn
Change the thread color to auxiliary (lemon).
13.60 sbn of yarn
change its color to the main one (milk).
14.60 sbn
Change the thread color to auxiliary (lemon).
15.60 sbn of yarn
change its color to the main one (milk).
16.60 sbn
Change the thread color to auxiliary (lemon).
17.60 sbn of yarn
change its color to the main one (milk).
18.60 sbn
Change the thread color to auxiliary (lemon).
19.60 sbn of yarn
change its color to the main one (milk).
20.60 sbn
Change the thread color to auxiliary (lemon).
21.60 sbn
Fill it while knitting the piece, otherwise it will be more difficult to reach the lower legs of the toy later.

Change the thread color to the main one (milk color).

  1. 60 sbn
    Change the thread color to auxiliary (lemon).
  2. 60 sbn of yarn
    change its color to the main one (milk).
  3. 60 sbn
    Change the thread color to auxiliary (lemon).
    25,60 sbn
    Line 26 – Time to start cutting loops.
    Change the color of the thread to the main (milk) and knit the piece with it to the end.
  4. (8 sc, 1 dec) x6 = 54 sc
  5. (7 sc, 1 dec) x6 = 48 sc
  6. (6 sc, 1 dec) x6 = 42 sc
  7. (5 sc, 1 dec) x6 = 36 sc
  8. (4 sbn, 1 kill) x6 = 30 sbn
  9. (3 sc, 1 dec) x6 = 24 sc
    We come to knit the neck.

32-38 (7 rows) = 24 sc

  1. (3 sbn, 1 pr) x6 = 30 sbn
    40-42 (3 rows) = 30 sbn
  2. (3 sc, 1 dec) x6 = 24 sc
  3. (2 sc, 1 dec) x6 = 18 sc
  4. (1 sbn, 1 kill) x6 = 12 sbn
    At this point, add the filling one last time to pack the neck tight. After that, the thread must be fixed and cut, and the remaining hole must be pulled through the front half-loops using a blunt-end needle.

For this reason, you should have a single leg-body-neck detail. The neck is achieved with a slight thickening at the end – this is necessary for better holding of the head.

HEAD 2

Remember, one feature of the change-image-toy is that a toy has two (or more) heads that can be used interchangeably.
They fit a single pattern.

We still use yarn of the main color (milk) to knit the head.

1.8 sbn at KA = 8 sbn
2.pr = 16 sbn in each loop

  1. (1 sc, 1 pr) x8 = 24 sc
  2. (2 sc, 1 pr) x8 = 32 sc
  3. (3 PRS, 1 PR) x8 = 40 PRS
    6.1 PRS, 1 PR, (4 PRS, 1 PR) x7, 3 PRS = 48 PRS
  4. (5 sc, 1 pr) x8 = 56 sc
    8.2 PRS, 1 PR, (6 PRS, 1 PR) x7, 4 PRS = 64 PRS
  5. (7 sc, 1 pr) x8 = 72 sc
    10.3 PRS, 1 PR, (8 PRS, 1 PR) x7, 5 PRS = 80 PRS
    11 – 31 (21 rows) = 80 sbn
    Place the eyes between the 25th and 26th rows of the head (count from the top) (if you are using safety ones):

for a bear’s head – 3 mm in diameter;
for the head of a rabbit – 9 mm in diameter.
If you decide to decorate the toy with embroidered eyes, this can be done before final assembly.

  1. (8 sc, 1 dec) x8 = 72 sc
  2. (7 sc, 1 dec) x8 = 64 sc
  3. (6 sbn, 1 kill) x8 = 56 sbn
  4. (5 sbn, 1 kill) x8 = 48 sbn
    When knitting small heads, do not forget to gradually fill them with holofiber.
  5. (4 sbn, 1 kill) x8 = 40 sbn
  6. (3 sbn, 1 kill) x8 = 32 sbn
  7. (2 sbn, 1 kill) x8 = 24 sbn
    Fill your head as much as you can. In this case, the padding can go from the open neckline almost to the top of the head to be in an empty “corridor.”

39-48 (10 rows) = 24 sc

We tied a “cuff” that should be placed inside the head – this empty hallway. It is designed in such a way that the neck of the body passes through it. Thus, the head will sit on the protruding neck, turn freely and, if necessary, switch to another head.

This ends the braid of the head. The thread must be fixed and cut, the end hidden.

  1. UPPER FOOT

We use auxiliary colored (lemon) thread.

1.6 sbn at KA = 6 sbn
2.pr = 12 sbn in each cycle
3-6 (4 rows) = 12 sbn
Change the color of the thread to the main one (milky).

7-15 (9 rows) = 12 sbn

Leave your toy’s upper legs empty or just fill the brush – it’s up to you.
Sew the edges of the foot using sbn, cut the thread with a margin so that its length is enough to sew the hand to the body. Tie the second leg in the same way.

  1. EARS

The next step is ears. Here we will connect not two ears, but four. What kind of beast – you say? No, this is not a beast, we knit two heads with you, remember? And we need to decorate each of them with a pair of beautiful ears 🙂

  1. Bear ears

Each hole consists of two parts: one of them is knitted in the main color (milk), the second – auxiliary (lemon). So, we need four pieces in total: two milk and two lemons.

1.6 sbn = 6 sbn in KA

  1. pr. Per cycle = 12 sbn
  2. (1 sbn, 1 pr.) X6 = 18 sbn

First eyelet: take a milk and a lemon. Fold the right side completely right so that the portion size looks and the lemon milk portion stays clear of you. Knit them with lemon-colored thread as if you were sewing the thread from the loops of both parts using sbn. An ear is ready!

Second eyelet: Fold the details in reverse. A lemon color detail should look at the measure and a milky detail from you. They should be tied with milk thread in the same way as the first eyelet.

Tuck the ends of the threads into the ears, but remember to leave the long end of the thread to sew to the head.

  1. Rabbit ears

The second head will belong to the long-eared – this is how the image of our toy will change.

1.6 sbn at KA = 6 sbn

  1. (1 sc, 1 pr.) X3 = 9 sc
    3.9 sbn
  2. (2 sc, 1 pr.) X3 = 12 sc
    5.12 sbn
  3. (2 sc, 1 pr.) X4 = 16 sc
    7-8 (2 rows) = 16 sbn
  4. (3 sc, 1 pr.) X4 = 20 sc
    10-11 (2 rows) = 20 sbn
  5. (3 sc, 1 kill) x4 = 16 sc
    13-14 (2 rows) = 16 sbn
    The edges of the eyelets should be stitched to the connecting posts.
    Do not forget to leave the thread for sewing.
    His second ear is together in the same way.
  6. ASSEMBLY OF TOY PARTS
    It’s time to put the pieces together! While starting:

Sew the upper legs on the twenty-sixth row of the body (count from the bottom).
We sew the ears to the bear’s head, from the highest point of the head (crown) we are drawn to the left and right rows.
We sew the ears to the rabbit’s head, moving from the highest point of the head (crown) seven rows to the left and right.
His eyes are crossed between the 25th and 26th rows of the head (remember). The distance between the eyes is about 19 sbn.
We embroider a nose with a width of 3 sbn of the same height (from 25 to 26 rows): with a thread of gray woolen thread on the bear’s head; on the head of a rabbit – with milk and lemon-colored thread, from which we knit the toy).
Hurray! You did it! You did a good job 🙂

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