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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 Pig.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern;
Height 10 cm.
Tools and materials:
Hook 2.5 or 2 mm.
Filler – chlorofiber.
Yarn ALIZE Cotton Gold, 55% cotton, 45% acrylic, 330 m / 100 g. Similar to the specified yarn
is YarnArt Jeans.
A little thin black yarn for embroidering the mouth and eyelashes. Suitable VITA cotton
COCO, you can use another (at least 200 m / 50 g) or floss in 6 additions.
Black beads d = 6 mm
VP ( ) – air loop
RLS ( ) – single crochet
SS ( ) – connecting post
PR ( ) – increase
UB ( ) – decrease
PR 3in1 ( ) – three RLS knitted in the same column of the previous row
All parts, unless otherwise indicated, are knitted in a spiral
1 p: 6 sc in the amigurumi ring
2 r: 6 CR = 12 RLS
3 r: (PR, 3 RLS) * 3 = 15 RLS
4 r: (3 RLS, PR, 1 RLS) * 3 = 18 RLS
5 r: (PR, 5 RLS) * 3 = 21 RLS
6 r: (4 sc, inc, 2 sc) * 3 = 24 sc
7 r: (PR, 11 RLS) * 2 = 26 RLS
8 r: (7 RLS, PR, 5 RLS) * 2 = 28 RLS
9 r: (PR, 13 RLS) * 2 = 30 RLS
10-12 rr: 30 sc
13 r: (2 sc, pr) * 6, 12 sc = 36 sc
R 14: 8 sc, inc, 3 sc, 2 inc, 3 sc, inc, 18 sc = 40 sc
15-20 rr: 40 sc
21 r: (UB, 8 RLS) * 4 = 36 RLS
22 p: (UB, 4 RLS) * 6 = 30 RLS
23 p: (2 sc, UB, 1 sc) * 6 = 24 sc
24 p: (UB, 2 RLS) * 6 = 18 RLS
Stuffing the body
25 p: (1 PRS, UB) * 6 = 12 PRS
26 p: 6 UB = 6 RLS
( )*3 – repeat 3 times
We finish the stuffing, cut the thread and tighten the hole. We fix the end of the thread and
take it inside the body.
1 p: 8 sc in the amigurumi ring
2 r: (PR, 3 RLS) * 2 = 10 RLS, SS, VP
3 p: 10 RLS we knit with embossed purl columns without a crochet
4 p: 10 sc, sl-st, cut the thread, leaving the end
for sewing and fasten.
We sew through 5 rows from the crown so that the butt is
side (from any).
Ears (pink), 2 pcs:
1 p: 6 sc in the amigurumi ring
2 r: (2 sc, pr) * 2 = 8 sc
3 r: (PR, 3 RLS) * 2 = 10 RLS
4 p: 10 sc
5 r: (2 sc, UB, 1 sc) * 2 = 8 sc
6 p: 8 sc
With single crochets we tie the bottom in half,
it turns out 3 RLS, because. skip the side loops
they are uncomfortable to hold.
In the last loop we knit 2 more sc (it comes out
PR 3v1) and continue to tie the folded
in half the detail in a circle, right along the canvas
(piercing it through and through), sticking the hook into
holes closest to the edge: 2 RLS, PR 3in1, 1 RLS,
PR 3in1 (should be in the initial ring), 1 sc,
PR 3in1, 2 sc, pr
We make the SS in the first column of the row.
We cut the thread, leaving the end for sewing, fasten.
The base of the ear (where the thread is) is folded in half,
we fasten the corners with a stitch and sew on the ears.
From the side of the priests a little lower (we have 3 rows from the crown),
on the other hand, a little higher (we have 1 row from the crown).
It is not important to sew the ears in this way, the main thing is
so that they are on the sides and not very low.
Eyes-beads are sewn close to the patch, equal to
ears, between eyes ≈ 1 RLS. Sewing with two stitches
bobbin thread twice, after each stitch the thread
Gently, but strongly pull, so that the bead is denser
adjoined. Bring the end of the thread down, then fasten it to
Fine black yarn regular long
stitches embroider 2 cilia from beads in
sides, we bring the thread to the patch.
We embroider the nostrils on the sides with one stitch of the chain stitch, we bring the thread under the patch
in the middle.
We make a long free (do not pull) stitch
≈ 4 columns to the side and a row above the beginning of the mouth,
we draw the thread in the middle of the stitch and one row below
(again the beginning of the mouth)
We pick up the thread of the stitch and take the thread into the same
place, making a smile. We bring the thread under the patch.
There, at the corner of the mouth, we fix the thread and remove it in the body. And on the other side of the mouth
we bring out and fix the thread with which the beads were sewn. And also inside.
Paws (pink), 4 pcs:
1 p: 5 sc in the amigurumi ring
The initial end of the thread is ≈ 15 cm, and we leave it outside
2 r: PR, 4 sc = 6 sc
3-7 rr: 6 sc
make SS, cut the thread, leaving the end for sewing,
we fix. We do not stuff the paws.
We sew the legs. We have one below, the second above on
After sewing with the left initial end, you can tighten the legs to the desired
With small stitches (through a row) we sew the foot to the body
on the side where we want to bend,
tighten, fasten the thread on the body and remove it inside.
then we remember the foot, straightening around the stitches.
We sew the handles as you like.
We sew one handle in the middle ≈ at an equal distance
between the patch and the leg, the second on the side 1-2 rows higher.
We connect the initial ends of the threads with each other and
put away in pens.
Or we sew handles on the sides approximately equal
distance from the legs, tighten the stitches.
Both handles can be sewn on the side.
Tie a string between the ears on the top of the head.