Amigurumi The Monkey With A Vest 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 Monkey
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

Is not it adorable?. It is woven with 100% cotton NYMPH (you can find it in the Fantasy Points store), with a 3.5mm crochet. It also has a rattle inside, since it was a special order for a baby. In Fantasy Points you can also find rattles of various types and sizes.

Without further ado I leave you with the pattern. Let’s enjoy it

  • 100% cotton – brown balls, two tones (one darker and one lighter), another two colors for the striped vest. I used NINFA, and a 3.5mm crochet hook.
  • Synthetic filling.
  • Some black felt.
  • Yarn needle and scissors

  • am .: magic ring.
  • sc: single crochet.
  • c .: chain stitches.
  • increase: increase.
  • dec .: decrease.
  • V .: back.
  • * … *: repeat what is between the asterisks for the entire round.
  • (xpb, xaum) x2: repeat what is in parentheses the number of times indicated by the number, eg: (1pb, 1aum) x2, we do: 1pb, 1aum, 1pb, 1aum, 1pb, 1aum.

In dark brown:
R1: 6sc in am
V2: 6 inc (12)
Rnd3: * 1sc, 1aum * (18)
Rnd 4: * 2sc, 1aum * (24)

Round5: 1sc, 1inc (3sc, 1inc) x4, 2sc (30)
Round6: * 1aum, 4sc * (36)
Rnd7: * 3sc, 1inc, (5sc, 1inc) x5, 2sc (42)
Rnd 8: * 1aum, 6sc * (48)

Round9: 3sc, 1inc, (7sc, 1aum) x5, 4sc (54)
Rnd10: * 1aum, 8sc * (60)
Rnd 11-18: 60sp
R19: * 1dism, 8sp * (54)

Round 20: 4sc, 1dism, (7sc, 1dism) x5, 3sc (48)
R21: * 1dism, 6sp * (42)
R22: * 5pb, 1dism * (36)
Round23: * 1dism, 4sp * (30)

We stuff the head.
R24: * 3pb, 1dism * (24)
Round 25: * 1dism, 2sc * (18)
R26: * 1pb, 1dism * (12)
R27: we dec to close.

In lighter brown:

We start with 11 chains and continue:
R1: 1sc in the 2ndc. counting from the hook, 8 sc, 2 inc in the last c. (we continue on the other side of the chains), 8sc, 1aum.

V2: 1aum, 9bp, 1aum, 1bp, 1aum, 9bp, 1aum, 1bp.
V3: 1aum, 10bp, 1aum, 2bp, 1aum, 10bp, 1aum, 1bp.
R4: 1bp, 1aum, 11bp, 1aum, 2bp, 1aum, 11bp, 1aum, 2bp.

Rnd5: 1bp, 1aum, 12bp, 1aum, 4bp, 1aum, 12bp, 1aum, 2bp.

Rnd6-7: 39sc. Bind off and cut leaving a long strand to sew to the head.

Eyes (x2):
With light brown:

R1: 6sc in am.
V2: 6aum (12)
Rnd3: * 1sc, 1aum * (18)
Rnd 4: * 2sc, 1aum * (24)
Bind off and cut, leaving a long strand to sew to the head.

In dark brown:
R1: 6sc in am.
V2: 6aum (12)
Rnd3: * 1sc, 1aum * (18)
Rnd 4: * 2sc, 1aum * (24)

Round5: * 1aum, 3sc * (30)
Round6: 3sc, 1inc, (4sc, 1aum) x4, 1sc (36)
Round7: * 1aum, 5sc * (42)
Round 8: 3sc, 1inc, (6sc, 1inc) x5, 3sc (48)

Rnd 9-20: 48sp
Rnd21: * 6sc, 1aum * (42)
Rnd22: 42sp
Round23: * 5pb, 1dism * (36)
R24: * 4sp, 1dism * (30)

V25-26: 30pb
Round27: * 3pb, 1dism * (24)
R28: 24pb
R29: * 2sc, 1dism * (18)

Bind off and cut, leaving a long strand to sew the head.
Ears (x2):
With dark brown:

R1: 6sc in am.
V2: 6aum (12)
Rnd3: * 1sc, 1aum * (18)
Rnd4: 1sc, 1inc, (2sc, 1inc) x5, 1sc (24)
Round5: * 3sc, 1aum * (30)
Round6: 2sc, 1inc, (4sc, 1inc) x5, 2sc (36)

Round7: * 5sc, 1aum * (42)

Finish off and cut.
In light brown we repeat and make another equal piece, from V1 to V6. We cut and leave a long strand to sew it to the dark brown piece.

Legs (x2):
In dark brown:
R1: 5pb in am
V2: 5aum (10)
Rv3: * 1sc, 1aum * (15)
Round 4: * 2sc, 1aum * (20)
Rnd5-40: 20sc (we fill in as we knit).
We bind off and cut, leaving a long thread to sew to the body.

Arms (x2):
In dark brown:
R1: 5pb in am
V2: 5aum (10)
Rv3: * 1sc, 1aum * (15)
Rnd 4-30: 15sc (we fill in as we knit).

Bind off and cut, leaving a long strand to sew to the body.

In dark brown:
R1: 5pb in am
V2: 5aum (10)
Rnd 3-45: 10sc (we fill in as we knit).

The vest is knitted in rows. At the end of each row, 1 chain is always made and the fabric is turned. In green we make 56 chains. We will change color as we like. The monkey in the photo is wearing a 3-row striped vest.
Rnd 1: 1sc in the 2ndc counting from the hook, 54sc.
Rnd 2-7: 55pb.
Round 8: 1dism, sc across the row and 1dism at the end.
R9: 1dism, sc across the row, 1dism.
R10: 1dism, sc across the entire row, 1dism.

Rnd 11-13: sc throughout the row.
Rnd14: 11pb, c. and we turn, 11pb. (to make the hollow of the arms)
Round15: 11sp
R16: 1dism, 7pb, 1dism.
R17: 1dism, 5pb, 1dism. We top off and cut.

We hook on the other end and repeat from V14 to V17, we cut the strand. We count 5 points and hook the strand where it makes 5 and we do:

R1: 17pb
Rnd 2-5: 17sc, we get to the corner and do 5c., And hook to the next corner with a slip stitch. We continue with 7sc, 5sc in the chain hole, 17sc, 5c., And hook with a slip stitch in the next corner., 7sc, 1c. and we turn, 7sc and 5sc in the chain hole, slip stitch in the next stitch. We top off and cut.

It seems a bit confusing but it is easier than it seems. More or less it is the same technique that I use to make the doll’s gown “Physics Degree”, you can take a look to see what it is like by clicking here.

  • We sew the different parts to the body (after filling it firmly). Tip: pin the pieces first, to see where they look best, and try to sew them without moving too much.
  • We fill the nose a little and sew it at the bottom of the head. Keep in mind that the head is vertical, that is, the front part is where we start to weave it.
  • We sew the base of the eyes. We cut some black felt, in the shape of a half oval (like in the image below, more or less) and we sew it on the base of the eyes. Then we embroider a couple of blank stitches to give it luminosity.
  • We embroider the dots of the nose and mouth in black.
  • And finally, all that remains is to put on the vest.

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