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Amigurumi Spotted Dog Free Crochet Pattern

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Abbreviations:

SC – single crochet

İNC – increase

DEC – decrease

CH – chain

Knitting the head of a dog.

For knitting the head we will use white yarn “Bambino Nako” and beige “Children’s novelty”, hook No. 2.

1st row: We collect 2 air loops (hereinafter referred to as ch) and knit 6 single crochet (sc) in the second loop from the hook (in total 6 loops are obtained in a row).

2 row: * increase * – 6 times (12). What is placed between the stars, we knit the specified number of times.

4th row: * increase, 2 sc * – 6 times (24).

5 row: * increase, 3 sc * – 6 times (30).

6 row: * increase, 4 sc * – 6 times (36).

7 row: * increase, 5 sc * – 6 times (42).

8 row: * increase, 6 sc * – 6 times (48).

9 row: * increase, 7 sc * – 6 times (54).

10 row: * increase, 8 sc * – 6 times (60).

11-18 rows: 60 sc.

19 row: * decrease, 8 sc * – 6 times (54).

20 row: 54 sc.

21 row: Starting from this row, we knit with beige yarn – 54 sc.

22 row: * decrease, 7 sc * – 6 times (48).

23 row: 48 sc.

24 row: * decrease, 6 sc * – 6 times (42).

25-29 rows: 42 sc.

30 row: * decrease, 5 sc * – 6 times (36).

31 row: 36 sc.

32 row: * decrease, 4 sc * – 6 times (30).

33 row: 30 sc.

We begin to stuff the part.

34 row: * decrease, 3 sc * – 6 times (24).

35 row: * decrease, 2 sc * – 6 times (18).

We stuff more densely.

36 row: * decrease, 1 sc * – 6 times (12).

37 row: We knit decreases until the hole is completely closed.

Knitting the torso of a dog.

1-10 rows: see the description of knitting head.

11 row: * increase, 9 sc * – 6 times (66).

12 row: * increase, 10 sc * – 6 times (72).

13 row: * increase, 11 sc * – 6 times (78).

14 row: * increase, 12 sc * – 6 times (84).

15 row: * increase, 13 sc * – 6 times (90).

16-22 rows: 90 sc.

23 row: * decrease, 13 sc * – 6 times (84).

24-25 rows: 84 sc.

26 row: * decrease, 12 sc * – 6 times (78).

27-28 rows: 78 sc.

29 row: * decrease, 11 sc * – 6 times (72).

30 row: 72 sc.

31 row: * decrease, 10 sc * – 6 times (66).

32-33 rows: 66 sc.

34 row: * decrease, 9 sc * – 6 times (60).

35-37 rows: 60 sc.

38 row: * decrease, 8 sc * – 6 times (54).

39 row: 54 sc.

40 row: * decrease, 7 sc * – 6 times (48).

41-42 rows: 48 sc.

43 row: * decrease, 6 sc * – 6 times (42).

44 row: 42 sc.

45 row: * decrease, 5 sc * – 6 times (36).

46 row: * decrease, 4 sc * – 6 times (30).

47 row: 30 sc.

48 row: * decrease, 3 sc * – 6 times (24).

49-50 rows: 24 sc. We knit 1 connecting column into the last loop and finish knitting the part.

Knitting nose.

We knit the nose for the dog with black yarn.

1 row: 2 ch, 6 sc in the second loop from the hook (6).

2 row: * increase * – 6 times (12).

3 row: * increase, 1 sc * – 6 times (18).

4th row: * increase, 2 sc * – 6 times (24).

5 row: * increase, 3 sc * – 6 times (30).

6 row: * increase, 4 sc * – 6 times (36).

7 row: * increase, 5 sc * – 6 times (42).

8-10 rows: 42 sc. Connecting column in the last loop.

Knitting ears (2 parts).

We knit ears from yarn “Grass Stretch”, hook number 3.

1-4 rows: see the description of knitting the nose.

5 row: 24 sc.

6 row: * increase, 3 sc * – 6 times (30).

7 row: * increase, 4 sc * – 6 times (36).

8-9 rows: 36 sc.

10 row: * decrease, 4 sc * – 6 times (30).

11-12 rows: 30 sc.

13 row: * decrease, 3 sc * – 6 times (24).

14-16 rows: 24 sc.

17 row: * decrease, 2 sc * – 6 times (18).

18 row: 18 sc.

19 row: * decrease, 1 sc * – 6 times (12).

20 row: 12 sc.

Knitting pens (2 parts).

We start knitting with white yarn (Bambino Nako).

1-7 rows: see the description of knitting the nose.

8-10 rows: 42 sc.

11 row: * decrease, 5 sc * – 6 times (36).

12-13 rows: 36 sc.

14 row: * decrease, 4 sc * – 6 times (30).

15 row: 30 sc.

16 row: * decrease, 3 sc * – 6 times (24).

17 row: 24 sc.

Next, we knit 1 sc in each loop of the row (a total of 24 loops in the row). If you think that the foot is too thick, then you can make 1 decrease at the beginning and in the middle of the row. In this case, there will be 22 loops in a row. Starting from the next row, alternate the color of the yarn.

18-21 rows: knit with brown yarn.

22-25 rows: knit with blue yarn.

26-29 rows: knit white yarn.

30-33 rows: knit with orange yarn.

34-37 rows: we knit with brown yarn.

38-39 rows: knit blue yarn.

Stuff the bottom of the foot. We continue to knit with blue yarn.

40 row: * decrease, 2 sc * – 6 times (18).

Next, we knit decreases until the hole is completely closed.

Knitting legs (2 parts).

1-7 rows: see the description of knitting the nose.

8 row: * increase, 6 sc * – 6 times (48).

9-10 rows: 48 sc.

11 row: * decrease, 6 sc * – 6 times (42).

12 row: 42 sc.

13 row: * decrease, 5 sc * – 6 times (36).

Next, we knit beige yarn.

14-15 rows: 36 sc.

16 row: * decrease, 4 sc * – 6 times (30).

17 row: 30 sc.

18 row: * decrease, 3 sc * – 6 times (24).

Next, we again knit 1 sc in each loop of the row, the same as we did when knitting handles. In a row 24 sc.

25-28 rows: orange yarn.

29-32 rows: brown yarn.

33-36 rows: blue yarn.

37-40 rows: beige yarn.

41-43 rows: orange yarn.

We continue to knit with orange yarn.

44 row: * decrease, 2 sc * – 6 times (18).

Stuff the bottom of the foot.

45 row: * decrease, 1 sc * – 6 times (12).

46 row: decrease until the hole is completely closed.

Knitting spots.

We knit specks of blue and orange yarn. The number of spots may be different.

1-4 rows: see the description of knitting the nose. In the last loop we knit a connecting column.

Ponytail knitting.

We knit a tail from the yarn “Grass Stretch”, use hook number 3.

1 row: 2 ch, 6 sc in the second loop from the hook (6).

2 row: * increase * – 6 times (12).

3 row: * increase, 1 sc * – 6 times (18).

4 row: 18 sc.

Knitting peephole.

It is better to knit eyes from thinner yarn, for example, from Iris. We knit in a circle, uniformly making increases, that is, we repeat 1-3 (or more, depending on the desired size of the eyes) rows in the description of knitting a dog’s nose. Then you can embroider a flare with a white thread.