Baby Animals Amigurumi Pattern

Baby Animals
Amigurumi Pattern
Designed by Jaravee Jeerachat
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Fuzzy yarn, color of your choice for head and body
Acrylic yarn, color of your choice for ears, arms and legs
Crochet hooks suitable for the yarn you choose to obtain gauge size (I used 5.5
mm. and 1.6 mm. size crochet hooks)
12 mm. plastic eyes ( I used black hemisphere buttons)
Polymer fiberfill
Embroidery floss and tapestry needle
Sewing needle and white thread
Big size sewing needle for fuzzy yarn
Cream or nude shade felt fabric for muzzle and other color for ears or foots.
Powdered blush (optional)
Other material for decorate; such as ribbon, bow, flower, trim etc. (Optional)
Finished Size: Approximately 8” tall in sitting position
Your finished doll might finish in bigger or smaller than mine depending on your
tension and the yarn you use.
Gauges: Because of the yarn I used differ from the yarn in your country, this gauge
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sizes will help you find the yarn suitable to make these little baby. (I asked
my friend from the US. She used Bernat Baby Boucle or any in Boucle family.
It’s very similar to the yarn I use)
For head and body: 6 sc = 2 inch; 6 sc rows = 2 inch
For other parts: 8 sc = 1 inch; 8 sc rows = 1 inch
Abbreviation I use:
R = Round
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
inc = increase (2sc in next stitch)
dec = decrease ( 2sc off together)
sl st = slip stitch(es)
* = repeat directions between * and * as many as indicated
I start crochet by making two rings as in Japanese style. It makes the starting hole tight
and secure. You can start in whichever way you feel comfortable.
Note 1: Work in continuous spiral round; do not join rounds. Mark first stitch of each
round.
Note 2: This pattern does not include little toys seen in pictures.
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INSTRUCTIONS
The following pattern are using for all Baby Animals.
Using fuzzy yarn for head and body
Head
R1 Ch 1, 6 sc in rings, pull starting rings closed
R2 inc 6 (12 sts)
R3 *sc 1, inc 1*, repeat 6 times (18 sts)
R4 *sc 2, inc 1*, repeat 6 times (24 sts)
R5 *sc 3, inc 1*, repeat 6 times (30 sts)
R6 *sc 4, inc 1*, repeat 6 times (36 sts)
R7-8 sc 36
R9 *sc 4, dec 1*, repeat 6 times (30 sts)
R10 *sc 3, dec 1*, repeat 6 times (24 sts)
If you use plastic eyes with safety backing, attach it at R8 or 9; then continue.
R11 *sc 2, dec 1*, repeat 6 times (18 sts)
R12 *sc 1, dec 1*, repeat 6 times (12 sts)
Fasten off and stuff as much as you want to make the head in round shape
***Follow how to make muzzle instruction on page….***
Note: To make lamb; cut oval felt for lamb face. Cut 2 little holes for eyes and
embroider mouth between them. Then attach eyes through cut holes.
Body
R1 Ch 1, 6 sc in rings, pull starting rings closed
R2 inc 6 (12 sts)
R3 *sc 3, inc 1*, repeat 3 times (15 sts)
R4-5 sc 15
R6 *sc 3, dec 1*, repeat 3 times (12 sts)
R7-8 sc 12
Fasten off, leave long tail for sewing and stuff with polyfill. Set a side.
Using acrylic yarn for other parts
Legs
Make 2!
R1 Ch 1, 6 sc in rings, pull starting rings closed
R2 inc 6 (12 sts)
R3 *sc 1, inc 1*, repeat 6 times (18 sts)
R4 *sc 2, inc 1*, repeat 6 times (24 sts)
R5-7 sc 24
R8 sc 6, dec 6, sc 6 (18 sts)
R9 sc 3, dec 6, sc 3 (12 sts)
R10-16
sc 12
Fasten off, leave long tail for sewing. Stuff leg, cut felt as animal track and sew to
animal foot as show in picture.
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Arms
Make 2!
R1 Ch 1, 5 sc in rings, pull starting rings closed
R2-11inc 5 (10 sts)
Fasten off, stuff a little, leave long tail and sew to body.
Kitten Ear
Make 2!
R1 Ch 1, 6 sc in rings, pull starting rings closed
R2 sc 6
R3 inc 6 (12 sts)
R4 sc 12
R5 *sc 3, inc 1* repeat 3 times (15 sts)
R6 sc 15
Fasten off, leave long tail, don’t stuff and sew to head.
Kitten tail
R1 Ch 1, 5 sc in rings, pull starting rings closed
R2-10 or about 3 inch
sc5
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Puppy Ear
Make 2!
R1 Ch 1, 6 sc in rings, pull starting rings closed
R2 inc 6 (12 sts)
R3 *sc 1, inc 1*, repeat 6 times (18 sts)
R4-6 sc 18
R7 *sc 7, dec 1* repeat (16 sts)
R8 sc 16
R9 *sc 6, dec 1* repeat (14 sts)
R10 sc 14
R11 *sc 5, dec 1* repeat (12 sts)
R12 sc 12
Fasten off, leave long tail for sewing. Don’t stuff, flatten it and sew to head.
Puppy Tail
Follow kitten tail instruction for about 2 inch long.
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Lamb Ear
Make 2!
R1 Ch 1, 6 sc in rings, pull starting rings closed
R2 inc 6 (12 sts)
R3-8 sc 12
R9 sc 10, dec 1 (11 sts)
R10 sc 11
R11 sc 9, dec 1 (10 sts)
Fasten off, leave long tail for sewing. Don’t’ stuff, flatten it and sew to head
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Bunny Ear
Make 2!
R1 Ch 1, 6 sc in rings, pull starting rings closed
R2 inc 6 (12 sts)
R3 *sc 1, inc 1*, repeat 6 times (18 sts)
R4-10sc 18
R11 *sc 7, dec 1* repeat (16 sts)
R12-13
sc 16
R14 *sc 6, dec 1* repeat (14 sts)
R15-16
sc 14
R17 *sc 5, dec 1* repeat (12 sts)
Fasten off, leave long tail for sewing. Cut felt as bunny ear shape and sew to ear. Don’t’
stuff, flatten it and sew to head.
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How to make muzzle
1. Cut round cream felt about 1.5 inch diameter
2. Fold in half 2 times to find center point. Mark it using fabric marker.
3. Embroider nose and mouth as shown; in the center
4. Sew felt edge as little as possible using white thread
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5. Pull thread to make felt as yoyo. Tie it with other end to secure. Do not cut thread
6. Stuff muzzle using hemostat to help
7. Position muzzle to head using pins to help
8. Sew to head by ladder stitch using thread from muzzle
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If you use black button eyes as mine, you can attach it after sewing muzzle.
To finish Baby Animals:
1. Sew ears to head after done with muzzle and eyes. Weave in end at animal neck
and tie tails from both ears here.
2. Sew body to head, using long tail from body
3. Sew arms, legs and tail to body.
4. Give your amigurumi rosy pink cheeks by applying some powdered blush on their
cheeks. Decorate them with ribbon, felt bib, bow or clothes as you want. Cuddle and
hug them for care. ☺
Congratulations!
Now you are done. Share your photos of how it turns out at
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