Amigurumi White Bear Free Crochet Pattern

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Pattern: Lyudmila Zhuravleva

Necessary materials:

• HiMALAYA dolphin baby yarn in white or milky color.

Yarn hook 2.75 or 3mm

• Yarn for blouse (type YarnArt jeans, Alize cotton gold, Kartopu Amigurumi)

Hook for blouse 2 mm or 2.5 mm (depending on what size the toy will turn out)

• Threads in tone (such as iris) for sewing details

• Eyes 11mm

• Nose 15 * 12mm

•Filler

• Large needle for sewing on parts.

•Scissors

• Marker for loops

Upper paws.

(2 parts)

Knit in a circle, in a spiral.

Only fill the lower part of the paw.

1.6c into magic ring = 6sc

2. (1sc, inc) -3 times = 9sc

3. 9 sc in a straight line = 9sc

4.3 sc, 3 dec = 6sc

5-10. 6 sc in a straight line (6 rows) = 6sc + 2 displacement loops in the last row. Fold the two halves together and knit 3 sc. Fasten the thread, cut.

Ears.

(2 parts)

Knit in a circle, in a spiral.

1.6c into magic ring = 6sc

Fasten the thread, cut it, sew it to the head with thread in tone.

Tail.

Knit in a circle, in a spiral.

1.6c into magic ring = 6sc

2.6 inc = 12sc

3.12sc in a straight line = 12sc

4.6 dec = 6sc

Fasten the thread, cut. Sew to the body with threads in tone.

Head.

Knit in a circle, in a spiral.

Fill tightly and evenly as you knit.

1.6c into magic ring = 6sc

2.6 inc = 12sc

3.12sc in a straight line = 12sc

4.6sc, (1sc, inc) -3 times = 15sc

5.15sc in a straight line = 15sc

6. 6sc, (2sc, inc) -3 times = 18sc

7.9 inc, 9sc = 27sc

8. (5sc, inc) -3 times, 9 sc = 30sc

9. (4sc, inc) -6 times = 36sc

10-14. 36sc in a straight line (5 rows) = 36sc

If you have eyes and a nose on a screw mount, then insert the eyes between 7-8 nearby at a distance of 5-6 inc of the 7th row, and the nose in the center between the eyes, between 2-3 nearby.

15. (4sc, dec) -6 times = 30sc

16. (3sc, dec) -6 times = 24sc

17. (2sc, dec) -6 times = 18sc

Tightly and evenly fill your head.

18. (1sc, dec) -6 times = 12sc

19.6 dec = 6sc

Pull the hole, cut the thread, thread the tip inward.

Paws are lower.

(Right foot)

Knit in a circle, in a spiral.

Fill tightly and evenly as you knit.

1.6c into magic ring = 6sc

2.6 inc = 12sc

3.12 sc in a straight line = 12sc

4.3 dec, 6 sc = 9sc

5.1 sc in a straight line = 9sc

SL-ST (connecting column) thread cut.

Please note that the lower legs fit in different ways!

(Left foot)

Knit in a circle, in a spiral.

Fill tightly and evenly as you knit.

1.6c into magic ring = 6sc

2.6 inc = 12sc

3.12 sc in a straight line = 12sc

4.6 sc, 3 dec = 9sc

5-6. 9 sc in a straight line (2 rows) = 9sc + 1 offset loop in the last row.

Do not cut the thread, continue to knit the body.

Note that the left foot fits one row more in order to align the legs!

Body.

7. On the left paw, dial 3 ch, (air loop), now connect to the right paw, starting from the last loop where SL-ST (connecting st) 3sc was made, (inc, 1sc) – 3 times, 1sc into that loop with which began to knit this paw, 3 increments in ch (air loop), 1 sc to that loop where they finished knitting the left paw (thus, in the corners between the paws they should increase), (1sc, inc) -3 times, 3sc = 35sc

The marker should be in front of us on the tummy.

8. 3 increments in ch, 32sc = 38sc

9-14. 38 sc in a straight line (6 rows) = 38sc

15. 26 sc, put a marker on this 26 loop to offset the row, now the marker should be on the back.

15th row ends with the next 16th row begins.

16.5sc, dec, 18sc, dec, 11sc = 36sc

17.36sc in a straight line = 36sc

18. (10sc, dec) -3 times = 33sc

19. 33 sc in a straight line = 33sc

20. (9sc, dec) -3 times = 30sc

21.30sc in a straight line = 30sc

22. (8sc, dec) -3 times = 27sc

23. 27sc in a straight line = 27sc

24. (7sc, dec) – 3 times = 24sc

25. 7sc, 3sc knit together with the paw, 7sc, 3sc with the second paw, 4sc = 24sc

The body is tight and evenly stuffed.

26. (6sc, dec) -3 times = 21sc

27. (5sc, dec) -3 times = 18sc

28. 18sc in a straight line = 18sc

Fasten the thread, cut.

Body to the end.

Blouse for a bear.

Crochet.

If your turned out to be more than 20 cm, take a crochet hook larger than indicated to increase the size of the blouse.

Knit in rotary rows, double crochet.

Each row begins with two lifting loops, that is, with two air loops.

1. Dial 34 ch (air loops) + 2ch (lifting loops), from the third loop from the hook 5dc (double crochet), (1dc, 1ch, 1dc) – into one loop, 5dc, (1dc, 1ch, 1dc) – in one loop, 10dc, (1dc, 1ch, 1dc) – in one loop, 5dc, (1dc, 1ch, 1dc) – in one loop, 5dc = 42 loops.

2.6dc (double crochet), (1dc, 1ch, 1dc) in one loop, 7dc, (1dc, 1ch, 1dc) in one loop, 12dc, (1dc, 1ch, 1dc) in one loop, 7dc , (1dc, 1ch, 1dc) – in one loop, 6dc = 50 loop.

3.1 ch (lifting loop), 8sc (single crochet), dial 6ch, back off 9 loops and starting with 10 loops 16sc, dial another 6ch, also skip 9 loops and knit 8sc = 44 loops.

4.8c, 6dc for ch, 16dc, 6dc for ch, 8dc = 44 loops.

5. 3dc, (inc from dc, 5dc) -6 times, inc from dc, 4dc = 51 loop.

6-7. In a straight line, unchanged 51dc (2 rows) = 51 loop.

You can adjust the length of the blouse, knit more or less rows in a straight line.

Do not break the thread, tie the back strap with buttonhole.

For example: 4ch, 4sc from the next loop, another 4ch, 4sc from the next loop, 4 ch and sl-st (connecting column to the next loop.

Thread the thread from the back.

Sew buttons and glue appliqué.

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