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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 OWL
I want to give you some informations about this pattern;
Necessary materials and tools.
– Alize Cotton Gold 100g/330m, color #182 – for little owls
– Alize Cotton Gold 100g/330m, color No. 44 – for hat, scarf
2. Hook number 2
3. Filling: hollow fiber
4. Safety eyes with a diameter of 7 mm
5. White felt for the peephole
6. Thick sewing needle, scissors, pins, knitting marker
7. A little black, yellow and pink thread to embroider the muzzle.
8. Thick cardboard or plastic for the bottom.
9. Any decoration to your liking
AM – magic ring
Ch – chain
Pb – low point
Inc – increase in single crochet
Pc– slip stitch, slip stitch
Mpa – half double crochet or half double crochet
BLO– single crochet or ribbed single crochet taking only the back loop or single crochet by backloop
FLO– single crochet or ribbed single crochet taking only the front yarn
• The size of the finished toy is about 6 cm (excluding hats) when the specified materials are used.
Wings (Make 2)
Tie two parts together, padding is unnecessary.
R 1. 6 sc in AM
R 2. (1sc,inc)*3 (9)
R 3. 1sc, inc, (2sc,inc)*2, 1sc (12)
R 4. (3sc,inc)*3 (15)
R 5. 2sc, inc, (4sc,inc)*2, 2sc (18)
V 6-7. 18 sc (2 rows)
R 8. (1sc,dec)*6 (12)
R 9. 2sc, dec, 4sc, dec, 2sc (10)
Fold the edges of the piece together, crochet 5 sc.
Hold the thread, cut it, hide the tail of the thread inside the piece.
Body and Head
R 1. 7 sc in AM
V 2. 7 up (14)
R 3. (1bp,inc)*7 (21)
R 4. 1sc, inc, (2sc,inc)*6, 1sc (28)
R 5. (3sc,inc)*7 (35)
Prepare the background. Draw a circle on a piece of cardboard and cut it out
V 6. behind the BLO (35)
R 7. 2sc, inc, (4sc,inc)*6, 2sc (42)
F 8-14. 42 sc (7 rows)
R 15. (5sc,dec)*6 (36)
Insert the background and start filling the part (fill well).
F 16-17. 36sc (2 rows)
In the next row, knit wings.
R 18. 7sc, 5sc (we knit the first wing), 13sc, 5sc (we knit the second wing), 6sc (36)
R 19. 2sc, dec, (4sc,dec)*5, 2sc (30)
F 20-25. 30 sc (6 rows)
Prepare your eyes. To do this, cut circles from white felt, slightly larger than the diameter of the eye, make holes in them and insert the paws of the eye into the holes.
Between 22 and 23 rows at a distance of 3 sc, insert the eyes, secure with plugs.
R 26. (3sc,dec)*6 (24)
R 27. 24 sc
R 28. 1sc, dec, (2sc,dec)*5, 1sc (18)
R 29. (1sc,dec)*6 (12)
Fasten and cut the thread, leaving a long tip, with which you can tighten the remaining hole. Hide the tail of the thread inside the piece. Decorate the muzzle: embroider the beak with yellow thread, the cheeks with pink thread, the eyebrows with black thread.
Ears (Make 2)
Tie the two parts as follows: in AM 1sc, 4 hdc, 1sc. Do not tighten the ring too much so that the eyelet takes the shape of a semicircle. Leave a long thread for sewing. Sew the ears, as shown in the photo, going back about 3 rows from the crown.
R 1. 6 sc in AM
R 2. 6 sc
R 3. (1sc,inc)*3 (9)
R 4. 9 sc
R 5. 1sc, inc, (2sc,inc)*2, 1sc (12)
R 6. 12 sc
R 7. (3sc,inc)*3 (15)
R 8. 15 sc
R 9. 2sc, inc, (4sc,inc)*2, 2sc (18)
R 10. 18 sc
R 11. (5sc,inc)*3 (21)
R 12. 3sc, inc, (6sc,inc)*2, 3sc (24)
R 13. (7sc,inc)*3 (27)
R 14. 4sc, inc, (8sc,inc)*2, 4sc (30)
R 15. behind the FLO: (2sc,inc)*10 (40)
R 16. (4sc,inc)*8 (48)
R 17. 48 sc
V 18. 48 pc
Fasten the thread, cut, hide the tip of the thread.
For a scarf, chain 111 ch, starting from the second from the hook loop, crochet 110 sc. Fasten and cut the thread, hide the tail.
Congratulations! Your little owl is ready!