Amigurumi Husky Dog Free Crochet Pattern

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Abbreviations:

SC – single crochet

İNC – increase

DEC – decrease

CH – chain

Knitting foot legs (2 parts).

Knitting the torso and legs of a husky dog ​​has much in common with knitting similar parts of the bull terrier.

We start knitting with white yarn.

1 row: 6 single crochet columns (hereinafter referred to as sc) to close the amigurumi (6) in the sliding ring.

2 row: (1 increase) – repeat 6 times, i.e. to the end of the row (12).

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

4 row: (2 sc, 1 increase) – 6 times (24).

We fix the thread in gray-blue color. The white thread can be cut.

5 row (gray-blue yarn): 24 sc.

We fix the thread in light gray. Blue-gray thread can be fixed and cut.

From the 6th row, we knit the part with light gray yarn.

6 row: 2 decreases, 6 sc, 4 decreases, 6 sc (18).

7 row: 1 decrease, 5 sc, 3 decreases, 5 sc (14).

8 row: 5 sc, 2 decreases, 5 sc (12).

9-10 rows: 12 sc.

11 row: (5 sc, 1 increase) – 2 times (14).

12 row: (6 sc, 1 increase) – 2 times (16).

13 row: 16 sc + 3 sc so that the last loop is on the inside of the foot.

We knit the second foot in the same way, but do not cut the working thread.

Stuff both paws. We continue to knit the second foot: we collect 2 air loops, attach the first foot using the connecting column.

We turn to knitting the body of a dog.

Knitting the torso of a dog.

1 row: 16 sc (along the perimeter of the first foot), 2 sc on one side of the chain of ch, 16 sc (along the perimeter of the second foot), 2 sc on the back of the chain of ch (36).

Knit another 8 sc to be on the side of the body. So it will be more convenient to count the rows when knitting. The photo shows the place where we will take the next row.

2 row: 26 sc, 2 increases (at the level of the chain from ch), 8 sc (38).

3 row: 25 sc, 1 increase, 4 sc, 1 increase, 9 sc (40).

4 row: 40 sc.

Starting from the 5th row, we will knit a sweater. To do this, fix the threads of blue and white. We no longer need a light gray thread, it can be cut off.

5 row (knit with blue yarn): 40 sc.

6 row (we knit with white yarn): 40 sc.

7 row (knit with blue yarn): 40 sc.

8 row: (1 sc blue, 1 sc white) – to the end of the row (40).

9 row (knit with blue yarn): 40 sc.

10 row (white yarn): 1 decrease, 18 sc, 1 decrease, 18 sc (38).

11 row (blue yarn): 38 sc.

Next we will knit with blue yarn. The white thread can be fixed and cut.

12 row: 21 sc, 1 decrease, 7 sc, 1 decrease, 6 sc (36).

13 row: 20 sc, 1 decrease, 6 sc, 1 decrease, 6 sc (34).

14th row: 19 sc, 1 decrease, 5 sc, 1 decrease, 6 sc (32).

15 row: 18 sc, 1 decrease, 4 sc, 1 decrease, 6 sc (30).

16 row: 30 sc.

17 row: (3 sc, 1 decrease) – repeat 6 times (24).

18-19 rows: 24 sc.

20 row: (1 decrease, 10 sc) – repeat 2 times (22).

21 row: (1 decrease, 9 sc) – repeat 2 times (20).

22 row: 20 sc.

23 row: (1 decrease, 8 sc) – repeat 2 times (18).

Finish knitting parts.

Feet-handles (2 parts).

We begin to knit paws for a husky dog ​​with light gray yarn.

1 row: 6 single crochet stitches in amigurumi slip ring (6).

2-4 rows: 6 sc.

5 row (we knit with blue yarn): 2 sc, 1 increase, 3 sc (7).

6 row (white yarn): – 7 sc.

Next, knit the dog’s foot with blue yarn.

7-20 rows: 7 sc.

21 rows: 2 sc, 1 decrease, 3 sc (6).

22 row: 6 sc.

23 row: 2 sc, 1 decrease, 2 sc (5).

Finish knitting parts.

We knit the second foot in the same way.

Knitting the muzzle of a dog.

We start knitting using white yarn.

1 row: 6 sc to close in the sliding ring amigurumi (6).

2 row: (1 increase) – repeat 6 times, i.e. to the end of the row (12).

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

4 row: (2 sc, 1 increase) – 6 times (24).

5 row: (3 sc, 1 increase) – 6 times (30).

6-8 rows: 30 sc.

9 row:

white yarn: 13 sc;

gray-blue yarn: 1 increase, 1 sc, 1 increase;

white yarn: 14 sc (32).

When we crochet in a spiral (i.e. without making an air loop for lifting at the beginning of each row), it is possible to shift the loops. Therefore, I advise you at the beginning of the 9th row to fix the marker and focus on it when knitting. As a marker, you can use a small pin or a bright thread (I have this blue thread). When knitting the head of a dog, it is very important not to make a mistake in this matter, otherwise the gray strip, which is located between the eyes of the husky, may not work. It is important to understand the principle: we knit gray-blue yarn over the rows knitted with gray-blue yarn, and make increases along the edges of the stain.

10 row:

white yarn: 13 sc;

gray-blue yarn: 1 increase, 1 sc;

white yarn: 1 sc;

gray-blue yarn: 1 sc, 1 increase;

white yarn: 14 sc (34).

11 row: white yarn: 12 sc;

gray-blue yarn: 1 increase, 2 sc;

white yarn: 3 sc;

gray-blue yarn: 2 sc, 1 increase;

white yarn: 13 (36).

12 row:

gray blue yarn: 8 sc;

white yarn: 4 sc;

gray blue yarn: 4 sc;

white yarn: 3 sc;

blue gray: 4 sc;

white yarn: 4 sc;

gray blue: 9 sc (36).

13 row: we knit 1 sc in each loop of the previous row. We knit this row with gray-blue yarn with the exception of one loop in the center of the white spot. We knit this loop with white yarn. After that, the white thread can be cut. Next, we knit with gray-blue yarn.

14 row: (5 sc, 1 increase) – repeat 6 times (42).

15 row: 6 sc, 1 increase, 13 sc, 1 increase, 13 sc, 1 increase, 7 sc (45).

16 row: 2 decreases, 38 sc, 2 decreases (41).

17 row: (5 sc, 1 decrease) – 5 times, 6 sc (36).

18 row: (4 sc, 1 decrease) – 6 times (30).

19 row: (3 sc, 1 decrease) – 6 times (24).

20 row: (2 sc, 1 decrease) – 6 times (18).

We stuff our head.

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

Decrease until the hole is completely closed.

Ears (2 parts).

Knit blue-gray yarn.

1 row: 4 sc we close in a sliding ring amigurumi (4).

2 row: 1 increase, 3 sc (5).

3 row: 1 increase, 4 sc (6).

4 row: (1 increase, 1 sc) – repeat 3 times (9).

5 row: 9 sc.

6 row: (1 increase, 2 sc) – 3 times (12).

7 row: 12 sc.

8 row: 1 increase, 5 sc, 1 increase, 5 sc (14).

9 row: 14 sc.

Nose.

Knit with black yarn.

1 row: 6 sc to close in the sliding ring amigurumi (6).

2 row: (1 increase) – repeat 6 times, i.e. to the end of the row (12).

3 row: 12 sc, connecting column in the last loop.

Finish knitting parts.

Before sewing on the spout, you can fix it with a pin for convenience.

We knit a scarf for Akim from fluffy yarn with crochet columns. And you can knit a scarf and knitting needles.

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