Amigurumi Fawn 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.

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

Description author: Nelly Shisterova.
The author of toys and additions to the deer scheme: Lena Khokhlova

Head-body-legs:
We start at the top of the head.

1p.6sbn in the amigurumi ring,
2p. 6 Ave (12)

3p. * 1sbn, pr. * 6 times (18)
4p. * 2sbn, etc. * 6 times (24)
5r. * 3sbn, etc. * 6 times (30)
6p. * 4sbn, etc. * 6 times (36)
7p. * 5sbn, etc. * 6 times (42)

8-13r. 42 PRs in a circle
14 rub. * 5sbn, ass. * 6 times (36)
15 rub. * 4sbn, ass. * 6 times (30)
16 rub. * 3sbn, ass. * 6 times (24)

17 rub. * 2sbn, ass. * 6 times (18)
18 rub. * 1sbn, ass. * 6 times (12)
19 rub. 12 PRS
20 rub. * 1sbn, pr. * 6 times (18)

21 rub. 18 PRS
22 rub. * 2sbn, etc. * 6 times (24)
23-30r. 24sbn

Then we knit a leg
24 rub. 12 sc, skip 12 sc.
25-27 rubles. 12 PRS
28r. 6 kill Pull the hole

For the second leg will fix fasten the thread between the legs and on the remaining 12 loops
tie the same leg.

Handles (2pcs):
1r. 5sc in the amigurumi ring
2p. 5 Ave (10)

3-6 rubles. 10 sbn
7p. * 1sbn, kill * 3 times, 1sbn (7)
8-11r. 7sbn
Leave a thread for sewing

Fawn ears:
1r. 6sc in the ring
2p. 6 PRS (6)

4p. (2sbn, pr.) * 3 (12)
5r. (3sbn, pr.) * 3 (15)
6-7 p. 15 PRS.

Fold the ear in half, knit 7 sbn, sew, fold in half.

Horns:
We knit the first piece separately:
1r. 6sbn. into the ring

Horns:
We knit the first piece separately:
1r. 6sbn. into the ring
2-3r 6sbn

Now we will knit the second, attaching the first detail to it:
1r. 6sc in the ring
2-3 6 sc

4p. we attach the first part, knit in a circle 12 sbn
5r. 6 kill (6)
6-7 p. 6 PRS
stuffing in the process

Muzzle:
1r. 6sc in the ring
2p. 6 ave. (12)
3p. (1sbn, pr) * 6 (18)
4p. 18 sbn.

Spout:
1r. 6sbn
2p. (1sbn, pr) * 3 (9)
3p. (1sbn, ub) * 3 (6)

Fawn

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2 thoughts on “Amigurumi Fawn Free Pattern

  1. Good day! Thank you so much for this free pattern. I just don’t understand the abbreviations. What does “etc” mean? Thank you!

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