Amigurumi Animal

Amigurumi Cherry the Cow Free Crochet Pattern

Pattern:by Thisa

Level: easy

Abbreviations:

 ch: chain

 sc: single crochet

 inc: increase

dec: decrease

Supplies

1 ball of wool of 100g ecru, 1 ball of wool of 50g black, red, olive green and brown, hook n ° 4, secure eyes, wadding, 2 black and olive green buttons, 1 piece of green fabric 20×100 cm.

The head

Row1: Ride 6sc in a magic ring.

Row2: * 1 inc * all round = 12 sc.

Row3: * 1sc, 1 inc * all round = 18 sc.

Row4: * 2sc, 1 inc * all round = 24 sc.

Row5: * 3sc, 1 inc * all round = 30 sc.

 Row6: * 4sc, 1 inc * all round = 36 sc.

 Row7: * 5sc, 1 inc * all round = 42 sc

. Row8: * 6sc, 1 inc * all round = 48 sc.

 Row9: * 7sc, 1 inc * all round = 54 sc.

Rank 10 to 17: 1 sc on the entire round.

Rang18: * 1dec, 7sc * all around = 48 sc.

Rang19: * 1dec, 6sc * all around = 42 sc.

Rang20: * 1dec, 5sc * all around = 36 sc.

Rang21: * 1dec, 4sc * all around = 30 sc.

Rang22: * 1dec, 3sc * all around = 24sc.

Rang23: * 1dec, 2sc * all around = 18sc.

Rang24: * 1dec, 1sc * all around = 12sc.

 Row25: 1dec, in each stitch = 6sc.

Fill with cotton wool. Pull and cut the wire long enough for assembly

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Row1: Form a magic ring of 6sc.

Row2: * 1inc * all around = 12sc.

 Row3: * 1sc, 1inc * all around = 18sc.

Row4: * 2sc, 1inc * all around = 24sc.

Row 5 to 8: 1 sc all around, pull the thread.

The muzzle (part1)

Row1: Fit a 12 ch chain.

Row2: 1 sc in the second stitch from the hook, 9 sc, 3sc in the last ch of the chain,

8 sc on the other side of the chain, 2sc in the last stitch, combine.

Row3: 9sc, 1 inc in the next 3 stitches, 8 sc, 3inc, we get 29 sc.

Row 4 to 8: Perform 1 sc all around. Assemble the muzzle to the head, pull a wire at each end of the muzzle to form the nostrils. You can take advantage to fix the eyes and shape her face a little.

The muzzle (part2)

Row1: Fit a 12 ch chain.

 Row2: 1 sc in the second stitch from the hook, 9 sc, 3sc in the last ch of the chain,

8 sc on the other side of the chain, 2sc in the last stitch, gather.

Row3: 9sc, 1 inc in the next 3 stitches, 8 sc, 3inc, we get 29 sc.

Row 4 to 7: Perform 1 sc all around. Fold the snout in half and assemble it under the first part with a seam all along. Place a little ink in the hollow of the nostrils to give a little relief.

The ears (x2)

Row1: 6sc ring.

Row 2: * 1inc * all around = 12sc.

Row 3: 1 sc all around.

 Row 4: * 1sc, 1 inc * all round = 18sc.

Row5: 1 sc all around.

Row6: * 2sc, 1 inc * all round = 24sc.

Row 7 and 8: 1 sc all around.

Row 9: * 2sc, 1 dec * all round = 18sc.

Row 10 and 11: 1 sc all around. Rank

12: * 1sc, 1dec * all around = 12sc.

 Row 13: 1 sc all around.

Rang14: * 1 dec * all round = 6sc.

 Cut the wire long enough for the assembly, fix the ears on each side of the head.

The horns (x2)

Row1: Form a 6sc magic ring

. Row2: * 1inc * all around = 12sc.

 Row3: * 3sc, 1inc * all around = 15sc.

Row 4 to 6: 1 sc all around. Pull the wire, assemble.

Task

Row1: Form a magic ring of 6sc.

 Row2; * 1inc * all around = 12 sc.

Row3: * 1sc, 1inc * all around = 18sc.

Row4: 1 sc all around.

Row5: 8sc and rotate the work.

 Row6: 1dec, 6sc turn the job.

Row7: 1 dec, 5sc turn the job.

 Row8: 1dec, 4 sc pull the thread. Place the task under one eye, and fix these to

the safety ring. Your cow’s head is now finished, give it

a little relief by modeling it.

The body

It is now necessary to fix the body and the head securely using a wool needle.

Row1: Ride 6sc in a magic ring.

Row2: * 1 inc * all round = 12 sc.

 Row3: * 1sc, 1 inc * all round = 18 sc.

 Row4: * 2sc, 1 inc * all round = 24 sc.

 Row5: * 3sc, 1 inc * all round = 30 sc.

 Row6: * 4sc, 1 inc * all round = 36 sc.

Row7: * 5sc, 1 inc * all round = 42 sc.

 Row8: * 6sc, 1 inc * all round = 48 sc.

Row9: * 7sc, 1 inc * all round = 54 sc.

Rang10: * 8sc, 1inc * all around = 60sc.

 Row11 at 16: 1 sc on the entire round.

 Rang17: * 1dec, 8sc * all around = 54sc.

Rang18: 1sc all around.

Rang19: * 1dec, 7sc * all around = 48 sc.

 Rang20: 1sc all around.

 Rang21: * 1dec, 6sc * all around = 42 sc.

Rang22: 1sc all around.

Rang23: * 1dec, 5sc * all around = 36 sc.

Rang24 at 30: 1sc all around.

Rang31: * 1dec, 4sc * all around = 30 sc.

Rang32: 1sc all around.

Rang33: * 1dec, 3sc * all around = 24sc.

Rang34: 1sc all around.

 Rang35: * 1dec, 2sc * all around = 18sc.

Rang36: 1sc all around.

Rang37: * 1dec * all around = 9sc.

Fill with cotton wool. Pull and cut the wire long enough for assembly

The arms (x2)

Row1: (In black) Go upr 6sc in a ring Magic.

Row2: * 1 inc * all round = 12 sc.

Row3: * 1sc, 1 inc * all round = 18 sc.

 Row4: * 8sc, 1 inc * all round = 20 sc.

Row 5 to 8: 1 sc all around.

Row9: * 8sc, 1dec * all around = 18sc. Change color, knit beige.

Row 10 to 28: (in beige) 1sc all around.

 Row 29: Stuff. Fold the arm in half, join the two sides by 1 sc all along = 9sc. Pull and cut the wire long enough to assemble it to the body.

Feet (x2)

Row1: Ride 6sc in a magic ring.

Row2: * 1 inc * all round = 12 sc.

 Row3: * 1sc, 1 inc * all round = 18 sc.

 Row4: * 2sc, 1 inc * all round = 24 sc.

 Row 5 to 11: 1 sc all around.

Rang12: * 2sc, 1dec * all around = 18sc.

Rang13: * 1sc; 1dec * all around = 12sc.

 Rang14: * 1dec * all around = 6sc. Pull and cut the wire long enough to

assemble it with the leg.

The legs (x2)

Row1: Make a 20sc chain

Row 2 to 5: (in black) 1 sc all around. Color change.

Row 6 to 20: (in beige) 1 sc all around.

 Pull the wire long enough for assembly.

Your cow is finished, we are now going to put together a wardrobe for the “Cherry” version, a pretty woolen dress and printed fabric, a pair of shoes will dress it up for this you need:

Supplies

1 ball of 50 g of red and olive green wool, 1 square of 20×100 printed fabric matching the colors of the wool. 1 hook n ° 4, 2 pairs of button (the first pair matching the dress colors, the second matching the shoes) 1 piece of lace 10cm

The dress

Row1: Make a 37ch chain.

Row2: 1 dc in the 3rd ch, 1 dc in the remaining sts = 35 dc. Turn the work.

Row3: 2ch * 3dc, 1inc * the whole row from * to * = 42dc.

Turn the job.

Row4: 2ch * 3dc, 1inc * the whole row from * to * = 53dc.

Turn the job.

Row5: 2ch, 1 dc the entire row.

Row6: 2ch, * 3dc, 1inc * the whole row from * to * = 66 dc.

Row7: 2ch, 1dc the entire row.

Row 8: 2 ch, 6dc, crochet the 7th and 26th dc together

(you have to pass 18 stitches between the 2 dc that you crochet together to form the armhole) 17dc,

crochet again 2 dc together passing 18dc as before to form the second armhole, finish the row in dc.

Row9: 2ch, * 3dc, 1inc * the whole row from * to * = 37dc.

Row10: 2ch, 1dc the whole row.

Row 11: 2ch, * 3dc, 1inc * the entire row from * to * = 46dc.

It is on this row that you will come to sew the fabric afterwards

Row12: 2 ch, * pass 1 stitch, 7dc in the next stitch, pass 1 stitch, 1sc in the next stitch * repeat from * to * the entire row.

Stop work, pull the wire and cut it.

In the 100×20 cm piece of printed fabric make 1 rolled hem of 1 cm all around. Sew the lace on the bottom hem. Overcast the top, pull the thread to gather the fabric and get a length that goes around the body of your cow.

Attach the fabric to the top of the dress by sewing on at row 11 just above the bridle lace.

You just have to put the dress on your cow and make a seam using a wool needle on the top of your dress to close it.

Sew 2 buttons on the front of the dress.

Shoes (x2)

The cherries

Row1: Make a 10mc chain.

 Row 2: 1 dc in the 2nd sl, 7dc, 3dc in the last sl, 6 dc, 2 dc in the last sl. Bring together.

 Row 3: 2ch, 8dc, 2 dc in the next 3 dc, 7 dc, 2 dc in the last dc. Bring together.

 Row4: 2ch, 9 dc, 2 dc in the next 5 dc, 8 dc, finish with 2dc in the remaining dc.

Row5; 1 dc in the back strand of each loop.

Row 6 and 8: 1dc in each stitch.

Row9: 12 dc, 9dc knitted together, finish the row in dc.

 Row10: 10 dc, 5 dc knitted together, finish the row in dc.

Row 11: 1sc all around your shoe, cut the thread.

Sew a button on the top of the shoe.

Leaf :

Row 1: a chain of 10 ch.

Row2: 1sc in the 3 ch of the chain, 2dc, 3b, 2 dc, 3dc in the last stitch of the chain, 2dc, 3b, 2dc, join by a sc.

The rod:

Make a chain of 10 ch, fix it to the sheet.

The cherry:

Row1: Make a 5sc magic ring.

Row2: 1inc in each sc = 10sc

Row 3; * 1sc, 1 inc * repeat from * to * the whole round = 15sc.

Row 4: 1sc all around

Row 5: * 1sc, 1dec * all around = 10sc.

Row 6: 1 dec all round = 5sc. Pull the wire, close and hang your cherry on the stem. Do the same to make the second cherry.

Your cowhide is now finished, I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. You can create a friend “farm version” tutorial available on my blog

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