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Amigurumi Sweet Boy Free Crochet Pattern

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Today’s daily new crochet pattern Amigurumi Sweet Boy Crochet Pattern without amigurumi
I want to give you some information about this pattern;

Required materials and tools:

1. Hook that matches your outfit.

2. YarnArt JEANS in any colors you choose. I have No. 87 main and No. 70

for the nose and needles.

3. Filler.

4. Eyes on a secure fastening of 10 mm, or Incisive, or adhesive (beads, semi

beads – your choice).

5. White felt circles with a diameter of 15 mm for proteins.

6. Needle for incising parts, scissors, pins, marker thread. Strong thread for


7. I used Yarnart Jeans for pants #82; for decoration: 29, 11, 90, 35

8. As an additional accessory, you can take ready-made glasses 57-60 mm wide



KA – amigurumi ring (magic ring

sc – single crochet

Dc – single crochet

ch – air loop

Inc – Incibavka

Dec – Decavka

sl-st – connecting post

Upper legs

1st row: 5 sc in KA

Row 2: 5 Inc = 10

Rows 3-12: = 10 sc

in the 13th row we change Inc to the color of the sleeves

Rows 13-16: = 10 sc

Stuff only the bottom part. Fold popo

lam and inc knit 5 sc for both walls. The thread is closed

drink and cut.

We will tie the paws.


We dial 5 ch, from the second loop from the hook we knit:

1st row: Inc, 2 sc, 4 sc in 1 loop, 2 sc, Inc = 12

Row 2: 2 Inc, 2 sc, 4 Inc, 2 sc, 2 Inc = 20

3-4 rows: 20 sc

5 row: 10 Dec

Fasten the thread and cut it.

We’ll tie up the nose


1st row: 6 sc in KA

Row 2: 6 Inc = 12

Row 3: (1 sc, Inc)*6 = 18

Row 4: (2 sc, Inc)*6 = 24

Row 5: (3 sc, Inc)*6 = 30

Row 6: (4 sc, Inc)*6 = 36

Row 7: (5 sc, Inc)*6 = 42

Row 8: (6 sc, Inc)*6 = 48

Row 9: (7 sc, Inc)*6 = 54

Row 10: (8 sc, Inc)*6 = 60

Rows 11-12: 60 sc

Row 13: (9 sc, Inc)*6 = 66

Rows 14-18: 66 sc

In the next row we will knit the cheeks

and tie your nose in.

Row 19: 19 sc, (1 sc, Inc)*6, 5 sc with 5 nose loops, (Inc, 1 sc)*6, 18

sc = 78

Row 20: 37 sc, 5 sc along the remaining nose loops, 36 sc = 78

Lightly fill the nose.

Rows 21-30: 78 sc

If you are using eyes on a safety mount, install them on

at this stage. How to do this, see the addendum, after the main tech.

hundred. In this master class I will use glue eyes.

Row 31: (11 sc, Dec)*6 = 72

Row 32: (7 sc, Dec)*8 = 64

Row 33: (6 sc, Dec)*8 = 56

Row 34: (5 sc, Dec)*8 = 48

Row 35: (4 sc, Dec)*8 = 40

Row 36: (3 sc, Dec)*8 = 32

Row 37: (2 sc, Dec)*8 = 24

We fill the head tightly, but without unnecessary zeal 

Keep in mind that there will be tension. We fasten the thread and insert it inside.

Lower legs

1st row: 6 sc in KA

Row 2: 6 Inc = 12

Row 3: (1 sc, Inc)*6 = 18

4-5 rows: 18 sc

Row 6: 3 sc, 6 Dec, 3 sc = 12

change Inc to the color of the pants:

Row 7: 12 sc

We knit the next row using the back half loops:

Row 8: 12 sc

Row 9: (1 sc, Inc)*6 = 18

Row 10: 18 sc

Row 11: (2 sc, Inc)*6 = 24

Row 12: 24 sc

On the first leg we knit an additional 6 sc, fasten the thread and

loan. Count back 12 sc, place a marker. This is the junction with

second leg.

On the second leg we also knit 6 sc, without cutting the thread.


We stuff the body tightly, in a knitting process.

We knit a chain of 3 chains, connect the second paw to the first, in the middle

the previously stitched loop.

1st row: 24 sc on the first leg, 3 sc on the chain from ch, 24 sc in the second

swarm leg, 3 sc along a chain of ch.

Total number of loops in a row = 54

We put a marker thread.

Row 2: (8 sc, Inc)*6 = 60

3rd row: 60 sc

Row 4: (9 sc, Inc)*6 = 66

Rows 5-11: 66 sc

Row 12: (9 sc, Dec)*6 = 60

Row 13: 60 sc

Row 14: (8 sc, Dec)*6 = 54

Row 15: 54 sc

Row 16: (7 sc, Dec)*6 = 48

From the 17th row we will knit a pattern. Stripes alternate every 2 rows:

Row 17: 48 sc for back half loops = 48

Row 18: (6 sc, Dec)*6 = 42

change color

Row 19: 42 sc

Row 20: (5 sc, Dec)*6 = 36

change color

21st row: 36 sc

Row 22: (4 sc, Dec)*6 = 30

change color

Row 23: 30 sc

In the 24th row we will knit the upper legs. Fill

those main part of the body is quite tight, but not

to end. Leave about 1 cm to allow incision

It was comfortable for you to fit your paws, and the filler didn’t get between the posts.

OIncedivide the knitting places strictly on the sides: 5 sc together with the paws,

there are 10 sc between them.

Taking into account my offset, I ended up with this:

Row 24: 6 sc, 5 sc with foot, 10 sc, 5 sc with foot, 4

sc = 30

change color

Row 25: 30 sc

Row 26: (3 sc, Dec)*6 = 24

in the next row we change the Incline to the body color:

Row 27: 24 sc

Knit if you need a few more

columns (I got 1 sc and sl-st in the next

loop) and fasten the thread at the back center of the back

ki. Leave about 50 cm for incising the hair

You. Remove the marker thread. Pack tightly

detail to the end.

At this stage we will tie it with single crochets


We tie the trouser legs along the remaining outside

half loops of the 8th row, holding the toy with its legs towards

to yourself.

We tie the top of the panties along the remaining

outside the half loops of the 17th row, holding the toy

legs away from you.

Incish your head. If you incise, don’t forget to fill your neck

tel. For convenience, you can fix the head to the body with a knitting needle.


We form the tightening regardless of whether we put eyes or they will

adhesive. As an Incimer, a diagram of how to tighten a bear cub is given.

Let’s form the mouth and eye parts using a stretcher. Mark with pins on

6 points on the muzzle.

Let’s separate the middle of the muzzle. It is convenient to do this by placing a thread or a knitting needle

or needle down from the center of the nose. Place marks between rows 29 and 30.

Between pins 2-3 sc.

Between the 18th and 19th rows we mark 4 more points from the outer and inner corners of the eyes. From the inner corners, this is the beginning and end of the knitted spout. Between internal and external points 2-3 sc.

Insert the needle at point 1, leave the end of the thread about 25-30 cm, bring it out at point 2. Next to point 3, bring it out at point 6. Insert the thread so that it is under the eye and a felt circle, pull it together, tie it with 2 knots. Without cutting the thread, we insert it at point 6, bring it out at point 5, then to point 4, bring it out at point 1. Tighten it, tie it with a couple of knots. We thread the threads inside the head. The last knot and the places where the threads enter and exit can be carefully lubricated with universal translucent glue. I have a “Crystal Moment”. Using the same principle, we make drawstrings for the adhesive eyes.


1st row: 6 sc in KA

Row 2: 6 Inc = 12

Row 3: (1 sc, Inc)*6 = 18

Fasten the thread, leave about 45-50 cm for

Incising, trimming.

Incising the ears Fold the ears in half, make 1-2 stitches at the base and Incinch them in 21 rows (from the top of the head). Between the ears 42 sc (counting 21 rows). To stitch the parts symmetrically, focus on the center of the spout. We fasten the thread, Inserting it inside the head.a

Lower part Leave a piece of thread about 30 cm, put 6 sc in KA, tighten it. Leave a length of about 40-45 cm, cut the thread. We got a part close in shape to a semi-circle. Incrementally measure the part, fasten it on the spread 2 3 rows down from the mouth tightening. We fix the middle of the area slightly below the edges. When sewing, the thread tension should be moderate. Don’t tighten too much. We bring the middle thread to the back of the head (to the KA) and back through any adjacent column. I threw a small stitch from the center of the ring through the row to the inside of the head. You can repeat it again. We make the stitch tightly, but do not tighten it. The thread is incised inside the head with a few tangling stitches.

Using the second piece of thread, we fix both edges of the frame. We make stitches up and back. We bring it to the place where the nose is tied (between 18 and 19 rows). Thanks to the tightening, they will be invisible there

Incickle the eyes

We glue the eyes first to the felt circles, and then to the muzzle.

I used “Moment Crystal” universal translucent glue.


Option 1 (from YarnArt JEANS)

We knit the entire wig using the back walls of the loops.

1st row: 6 sc in KA

Row 2: 6 Inc = 12

Row 3: (1 sc, Inc)*6 = 18

Row 4: (2 sc, Inc)*6 = 24

Row 5: (3 sc, Inc)*6 = 30

Row 6: (4 sc, Inc)*6 = 36

Row 7: (5 sc, Inc)*6 = 42

Row 8: (6 sc, Inc)*6 = 48

Row 9: (7 sc, Inc)*6 = 54

Row 10: (8 sc, Inc)*6 = 60

Rows 11-12: 60 sc

Apply the resulting “hat” onto the toy. It must reach

ears. If necessary, you can tie (or not tie) what you need

number of rows. We do not cut the thread, we continue. Rotate the wig

with the inner part to yourself. We will knit the needles in the opposite direction.

We form needles from chains ch. We hook the chains to those remaining outside

half loops sl-st. Make the length of the chain (each “needle”) as you wish.

It will look good from 10 to 15 ch. For me it’s 12 ch. If you plan

Then put a Panama hat on the hedgehog, knit the needle chains shorter.

We dial 12 ch, fasten our “needle” into the next half-loop sl-st. For the next needle, make sl-st in the next half-loop, again cast on a chain of 12 ch and again fasten it into the next half-loop. We knit like this until we reach the center. To make the crown look neater, the last few chains of needles on the crown can be made 2-3 loops shorter.


Option 2 (from YarnArt SAMBA)

We knit the entire wig with ticks

1st row: 6 sc in KA

Row 2: 6 Inc = 12

Row 3: (1 sc, Inc)*6 = 18

Row 4: (2 sc, Inc)*6 = 24

Row 5: (3 sc, Inc)*6 = 30

Row 6: (4 sc, Inc)*6 = 36

Row 7: (5 sc, Inc)*6 = 42

Row 8: (6 sc, Inc)*6 = 48

Next we will knit without increments. Incidentally try on the wig in a knitting process,

oIncediently adjusting the height of the forehead to your liking. The wig should reach your ears.

If your density matches mine, then you will get 6 more rows. If

it will be too much or not enough – don’t tie it up or incite it

the required number of rows.

Rows 9-14: 48 sc

Place the wig on the toy’s head, secure it with pins and


The hedgehog is ready!

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