Cute Penguin Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern

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Materials

Plush yarn of white color and the color of “Cloak”

about 0.5 skeins

 Orange yarn for beak and paws

 Eyes on a secure mount 18-20mm if will knit with ready-made eyes

 Yarn blue and black, if eyes will knit

Yarn for a hat and a scarf (I tried to knit from YarnArt Jeans and from yarn with wool in the composition – the second option is softer and cozy)

 Hook for plush yarn (I crochet3,5), a hook for semi-cotton yarn (I knit crochet 2), a hook under the yarn for the eyes (I used 1.25)

 Filler for toys

 Stitching needle, scissors

Abbreviations:

sc – single crochet

inc – increase

dec – decrease

ch – chain

sl st – slip stitch

dc – double crochet

PATTERN

Body head

We start with the legs 2det:

1: 6sc into magic ring

2: 6inc (12)

3: (1sc, inc) x6 (18)

Connect the details:

4: 18sc for the first part, 18sc for the second part (36)

5: (5sc, inc) x6 (42)

6: (6sc, inc) x6 (48)

7-13: 48sc

14: 12sc, (1sc, dec) x8, 12sc (40)

15: 40sc

16: 10sc, (3sc, dec) x4, 10sc (36)

17: 36sc

18: (4sc, dec) x6 (30)

19:30 sc

20: (3sc, dec) x6 (24)

21: 24sc

22: (2sc, dec) x6 (18)

23: (1sc, dec) x6 (12)

24: 12inc behind the front wall (24)

25: (1sc, inc) x12 (36)

26: (5sc, inc) x6 (42)

27-32: 42sc

33: 9sc, 6dec, 8sc, 6dec, 1sc (30)

34: 9sc, 6sc per rear, 9sc, 6sc per

back wall (30)

35:30 sc

36: (3sc, dec) x6 (24). If you use eyes

plastic – insert them between 31 and 32 rows

37: (2sc, dec) x6 (18)

38: (1sc, dec) x6 (12)

39: 6dec. Fasten the thread, tighten the hole, thread

hide.

Beak

1: 3sc into magic ring

2: 3inc (6)

3: (1sc, inc) x3 (9)

4: (2sc, inc) x3 (12)

5: (3sc, inc) x3 (15)

6: (4sc, inc) x3 (18). A thread

trim leaving an end for

sewing on. Try on and

sew a beak between 5 and 9

near the head.

Paws

1: 10sc, with the second from the hook loop 8sc, 3sc in

last loop, 7sc, inc (20)

2: inc, 7sc, 3inc, 7sc, 2inc (26)

3-6: 26sc

4: dec, 9sc, 2dec, 9sc, dec (22)

5: 22sc

6: dec, 7sc, 2dec, 7sc, dec (18)

7-9: 18sc

10: dec, 5sc, 2dec, 5sc, dec (14)

front end.

11: dec, 3sc, 2dec, 3sc, dec (12)

12: dec, 1sc, 2dec, 1sc, dec (8)

Remove the hole. Fasten the thread, hide it.

Try on and sew on the paws.

Eyes black and blue yarn

Black yarn

1: 3ch, with the second from the hook loop 1sc, 3sc in

last loop, inc, ch lift (6)

2: 6inc, ch lift (12) change the thread to blue

3: (1sc, inc) x6, ch lift (18)

4: 2sl-st, 1sc, inc, (2sc, inc) x2, 2sc, 2sl-st

4: 2sl-st, 2sc, (2sc, inc) x2, 1sc, inc, 2sl-st.

Try on and sew eyes

Cloak (in rotary rows)

1: 2ch, from the second loop 2sc

2: 2inc (4)

3: 4sc

4: 4sc

5: 4inc (8)

6: inc, 6sc, inc (10)

7: inc, 8sc, inc (12)

8: (1sc, inc) x6 (18)

9-10: 18sc

11: 2inc, 14sc, 2inc (22)

12: 2inc, 18sc, 2inc (26)

13: 2inc, 22sc, 2inc (30)

14-15: 30sc

16: 13sc, 4HDC, 13sc (30)

17-18: 30sc

19: 15dec (15)

20: 3dec, 3sc, 3dec (9)

21: 9sc

22: 9sc behind the front wall

23: inc, 3sc, inc, 3sc, inc (12)

24: (1sc, inc) x6 (18)

25: inc, 16sc, inc (20)

26: inc, 18sc, inc (22)

27: inc, 20sc, inc (24)

28: inc, 22sc, inc (26)

29-32: 26sc

33: dec, 22sc, dec (24)

32: dec, 20sc, dec (22)

33: dec, 18sc, dec (20)

34: dec, 16sc, dec (18)

35: (dec, 1sc) x3, (1sc, dec) x3 (12)

36: 6dec (6)

37: 6sc behind the back wall

38: 6sc

39: dec, 2sc, dec (4)

40: 2dec (2)

41: dec

Cut the thread, hide it. Try on and sew

raincoat to the body of a penguin.

Wings

First we knit 2 white pieces, then we knit black,

we attach the white part. Again the black part and

tie white.

1: 2ch, with the second from the hook of the 2sc loop

2: 2sc

3: 2inc (4)

4: 4sc

5: inc, 2sc, inc (6)

6-9: 6sc

10: dec, 2sc, dec

11: 4sc

12: 2dec

Sew wings to the body where you finish 2

decrease.

Beanie

The number of loops depends on the yarn you choose

and a girth of the head of the resulting penguin.

1: dial a chain of stitches equal to

penguin head circumference and close in a circle

2: 2ch lift, then DC to the end of the row, sl-st

3-5: 2ch lift, embossed posts to the end of the row,

SL-ST

How to knit embossed columns see here (video

on relief columns)

6-10: 2ch lift, DC to end of row, SL-ST

11: 2ch lift, (1DC, dec) to the end of the row, SL-ST

12: 2ch lift, (1DC, dec) to the end of the row, sl-st

Pull off the hole. Make a bubo and sew on.

Scarf

Dial a chain of air loops of the desired

are long. Do a 2ch lift and knit the first row

DC Rotate knitting, 2ch lifting, embossed

columns to the end of the row. So knit

required number of rows. Our scarf is ready.

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