Amigurumi Mouse with Huge Ears Free Crochet 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 Mouse
I want to give you some informations about this pattern;

Materials and tools:

Yarn Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, you can YarnArt Jeans, Alize Cotton Gold, etc.

Hook 1.75 mm

Eyes with a diameter of 5-7 mm on a secure mount or adhesive

Scissors, needle

Filler (holofiber or sintepukh)


VP – air loops

p – row

Sc – single crochet

Pr – increases

Ub – reductions


We knit an oval: we collect a chain of 5 air loops.

We start the first row from the second loop from the hook.

1r: 3 sbn, 3 sbn in 1 loop, 3 sbn, 3 sbn in 1 loop (12)

2p: 3 sc, 3 inc, 3 sc, 3 inc (18)

3r: 3 sc, (1 inc, 1 sc) × 3, 3 sc, (1 inc, 1 sc) × 3 (24)

4p: 3 sc, (1 inc, 2 sc) × 3, 3 sc, (1 inc, 2 sc) × 3 (30)

5p: 3 sc, (1 inc, 3 sc) × 3, 3 sc, (1 inc, 3 sc) × 3 (36)

6p: 3 sc, (1 inc, 4 sc) × 3, 3 sc, (1 inc, 4 sc) × 3 (42)

7r: 3 sc, (1 inc, 5 sc) × 3, 3 sc, (1 inc, 5 sc) × 3 (48)

8-23r: (48)

If you have eyes on a secure mount, then they can be inserted in the 19th or 20th row, at your discretion, at a distance of 6 loops from each other.

24r: 3 sb, (1 dec, 5 sb) × 3, 3 sb, (1 dec, 5 sb) × 3 (42)

25r: 3 sb, (1 dec, 4 sb) × 3, 3 sb, (1 dec, 4 sb) × 3 (36)

You can start stuffing evenly.

26r: 3 sb, (1 dec, 3 sb) × 3, 3 sb, (1 dec, 3 sb) × 3 (30)

27r: (1 dec, 1 sb) × 10 (20)

28r: (1 dec, 1 sb) × 6, dec (13)

If necessary, we fill even to a very dense state.


1p: 2 VP, 6 sbn in the second loop from the hook (6)

2p: inc in each loop (12)

3p: (12)

4p: 3 inc, 2 sc, (1 inc, 2 sc) × 2, inc (18)

5-6r: (18)

Embroider a nose with a pink thread so that its expansion is opposite four increments of 4 rows, then cut, fasten, hide the thread. We stuff a little when sewing to the head.

Ears (2 parts)

2 parts in blue thread and 2 parts in pink.

All four parts knit in a circle. Increase in each row 6 loops according to the formula of a perfect circle: x / 2 sc, inc, (x sc, inc) × 5, x / 2 sc (i.e. 1p: 6 sc, 2p: inc in each loop (12), 3p: alternation 1 inc, 1 sbn, and then in each even row 4p: x=2, 6p: x=4 and so on, in odd rows you don’t need to use the formula, everything is unchanged 5p: alternation 3 sbn, inc, 7p: alternation 5 sbn, etc.)

Knit, inclusive, up to a row in which, as a result of increases, there will be 60 loops.

We don’t hit!

Connect the blue and pink details, wrong sides to each other, to each other with a blue thread.

Paws (2 parts)

Pink thread 1p: 2 VP, 6 sbn in the second loop from the hook (6)

2-3r: (1 sc, inc) × 3 (9)

Blue thread 4-11p: (9)

We hit just a little bit.

12r: put together and knit 4 sc

Fasten the thread and you can hide it, it will not be useful, because we will knit the paws into the body.

Legs (2 parts)

Pink thread 1p: 2 ch, 6 sbn in the second loop from the hook (6)

2p: (1 sc, inc) × 3 (9)

3-4r: (9)

Blue thread 5p: (9)

6p: (1 sc, 1 inc) × 4, sc (13)

7-9r: (13)


1r: we take the part of the leg and after its last loop of the 9th row we knit 2 VP, then we take the second part of the leg and placing the hook in the first loop from the last knitted in the 9th row, we knit sb, then we knit the next 12 sb, 2 sb along the previously knitted air chain of two loops, the remaining 13 sc (30)

2p: 2 sc, inc, (4 sc, inc) × 5, 2 sc (36)

3-7r: (36)

8r: 2 sc, dec, (4 sc, dec) × 5, 2 sc (30)

Then you can start stuffing and continue in the course of knitting, tightly and evenly, shaping.

9-13r: (30)

14r (at this stage we knit the paws): 9 sbn, then we take one foot, combine its loops with the loops of the body and knit together 4 sbn, 11 sbn, take the second foot and in the same way as with the first, we knit 4 sbn, 2 sbn

R15: dec to end of row

Row 16: Dec to end of row, leave long enough thread to sew on head.


With an even thread, dial a chain of 30 (or at your discretion) VP, and knit it with connecting posts, leave the length of the thread so that it is enough to fix it on the body.


Sew ears to head, head to body.

Glue the eyes, attach the tail and powder the cheeks.

More Amigurumi Mouse Ideas:

Malvin the Amigurumi Mouse

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by Sweet Softies

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