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Amigurumi Reindeer Free Crochet Pattern

Amigurumi reindeer free crochet pattern;

Pattern: @olya_and_toys

Materials

πŸŽ„ Yarn YarnArt Jeans – 07 beige, a little more than 1 hank (main)

πŸŽ„ Yarn YarnArt Jeans – 01 white, slightly (on a scarf)

πŸŽ„ Alize Cotton Gold yarn – 493 brown, ΒΌ skein (hooves, horns, nose)

πŸŽ„ Alize Cotton Gold yarn – 243 red, ΒΌ skein (jacket)

πŸŽ„ Alize Cotton Gold yarn – 126 green, ΒΌ skein (scarf)

πŸŽ„ Black cotton thread for decoration (I have SOSO Vita Cotton)

πŸŽ„ Filler (holofiber, synthetic winterizer, etc.)

πŸŽ„ Hook number 2 or one that suits your yarn

πŸŽ„ Knitting needles number 3 for scarf

πŸŽ„ Needle for stitching

πŸŽ„ 2 white felt mugs, approximately 2cm.

πŸŽ„ Eyes 14mm. .

And, of course, good mood

And you can knit absolutely any yarn that is convenient for you (acrylic, cotton) and any color, using a suitable hook.

The size of the Fawn using the materials indicated by me is 39 cm (from legs to horns), sitting 28 cm., But you can have it of different sizes, depending on the choice of yarn and hook

I remind you that we will start Online already on November 30

And in what color do you like Rollie more?

Abbreviations:

sc – single crochet

inc – increase

dec – decrease

ch – chain

sl st – slip stitch

dc – double crochet

PENS:

We start knitting with brown yarn:

1. Magic ring into 5

2.5inc (10)

3. (1sc, 1inc) * 5 (15)

4. Behind the hinge rear walls: 15sc

5-8. 15sc (4 rows)

Change the color of the yarn to the main (beige):

9. Behind the hinge rear walls: 15sc

Fill the handle as you knit.

10-19. 15sc (10 rows)

20. 1dec, 13sc

21-27. 14sc (7 rows)

28.1dec, 12sc

29-37. 13sc (9 rows)

On top of the handle we leave empty, without filler in about 6 rows.

Fold the handle in half and knit together 6sc.

Fasten the thread. Next, we will tie them into the body.

LEGS:

We start knitting with brown yarn:

1. Magic ring into 6

2.6inc (12)

3. (1sc, 1inc) * 6 (18)

4. Behind the hinge walls: 18sc

5-8. 18sc (4 rows)

Change the color of the yarn to the main (beige):

9. Behind hinge walls: 18sc

Fill the leg as you knit.

10-22. 18sc (13 rows)

23. 1dec, 16sc

24-34. 17sc (11 rows)

35.1dec, 15sc

36-43. 16sc (8 rows)

44.1dec, 14sc

45-49. 15sc (5 rows)

IMPORTANT!!! Above the legs, we leave sure to be empty, without filler in about 7 rows.

Fold the leg in half and knit together 7sc.

Fasten the thread. Next, we will tie them into the body.

BODY:

We start knitting with the main color yarn (beige):

1. Magic ring into 6

2.6inc (12)

3. (1sc, 1inc) * 6 (18)

4. (2sc, 1inc) * 6 (24)

5. (3sc, 1inc) * 6 (30)

6. (4sc, 1inc) * 6 (36)

7. (5sc, 1inc) * 6 (42)

8. (6sc, 1inc) * 6 (48)

9. (7sc, 1inc) * 6 (54)

10. (8sc, 1inc) * 6 (60)

11. (9sc, 1inc) * 6 (66)

12. 66sc

In this row we will knit legs, we knit for two walls (body and rows of legs). 13.13sc, foot-7sc, 26sc, foot-7sc, 13sc (66)

14. 66sc !!!!! Let me show you how we will knit checkmarks in the canvas (using the example of a green blouse). But you can simply knit a plain jacket and embroider on top of a snowflake.

Change the color of the yarn to the color of the sweater (in my case, green):

15.66sc.

The green thread is NOT cut.

Change the color of yarn to white.

16. 66sc

The white thread is NOT cut.

Change the color of yarn to green

17. 66sc

Next, check marks on the jacket will go, we stretch the thread all the time along the knitting and it is IMPORTANT NOT TO TENSION THREAD !!! In the rows where the check marks I will sign the word “white”

18. (5sc, 1sc-white) * 11 (66)

19. (9sc, 1dec) * 6 (60)

20. 60sc

21.3sc, 1sc-white, (4sc, 1sc-white, 5sc, 1sc-white) * 5, 1sc (60)

22. (8sc, 1dec) * 6 (54)

23. 54sc

24. 1sc, (1sc-white, 4sc) * 10, 2sc (54)

25. 54sc

26. (7sc, 1dec) * 6 (48)

27.1sc-white, 3sc, (1sc-white, 3sc, 1sc-white, 4sc) * 4, (1sc-white, 3sc) * 2 (48)

28. 48sc

29. (6sc, 1dec) * 6 (42)

30.2sc, (1sc white, 3sc) * 9, 1sc white, 2sc, 1sc white (42)

31-32. 42sc

33.1sc, (1sc white, 3sc) * 10, 1sc (42)

34. (5sc, 1dec) * 6 (36)

In this row we will knit handles, we knit for two walls (body and rows of handles). IMPORTANT!!! Because we all knit in different ways, small displacements of loops can form, the handles should be strictly on the sides, above the legs, if necessary, knit additional loops, or not knit.

35.10sc, pen-6sc, 12sc, pen-6sc, 2sc (36)

36. (3sc, 1sc-white) * 2, 2sc, 1sc-white, 3sc, 1sc-white, (2sc, 1sc-white) * 2, (3sc, 1sc-white) * 2, 2sc, 1sc-white, 3sc, 1sc white (36)

CONTINUED IN COMMENTS

HEAD:

Knit with the main color yarn (beige):

1. Magic ring into 6

2.6inc (12)

3. (1sc, 1inc) * 6 (18)

4.1sc, 1inc, (2sc, 1inc) * 5, 1sc (24)

5. (3sc, 1inc) * 6 (30)

6.2sc, 1inc, (4sc, 1inc) * 5, 2sc (36)

7. (5sc, 1inc) * 6 (42)

8.3sc, 1inc, (6sc, 1inc) * 5, 3sc (48)

9.48sc

10. (7sc, 1inc) * 6 (54)

11-13. 54sc (3 rows)

14.4sc, 1inc, (8sc, 1inc) * 5, 4sc (60)

15-17. 60sc (3 rows)

For those who fasten the eyes in advance, we fasten them between the 13th and 14th rows at a distance of 4 loops, after having previously fixed felt circles on them.

18.12sc, (1inc, 1sc) * 17, 1inc, 13sc (78)

19-20. 78sc

21.13sc, (1inc, 2sc) * 17, 1inc, 13sc (96)

22-30. 96sc (9 rows)

31. (2sc, 1dec) * 24 (72)

32. 72sc

33. (4sc, 1dec) * 12 (60)

34. 60sc

35. (3sc, 1dec) * 12 (48)

36. 48sc

37. (2sc, 1dec) * 12 (36)

38. (1sc, 1dec) * 12 (24)

Leave the thread for sewing.

We fill the head with filler.

IMPORTANT!!! When sewing on, our convex part of the muzzle should be in front (the landmark of the increase is in the 18th row, we calculate the middle of the face from them). During sewing, it’s better to fill your neck so that our head does not loose over time.

Also, if desired, you can insert the wire. In a twisted form, I have 11cm wire.

Nose

We knit with yarn of red (or brown) color:

1.5CH, from the second loop we knit 3sc, 3sc into one loop, on the other side 2sc, 1inc (10)

2.1inc, 2sc, 3inc, 2sc, 2inc (16)

3.1inc, 3sc, (1inc, 1sc) * 3, 2sc, (1inc, 1sc) * 2 (22)

4.22sc

5.1dec, 3sc, (1dec, 1sc) * 3, 2sc, (1dec, 1sc) * 2, ss.

Sew after trimming the muzzle, between 18 and 23 rows.