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“Meditating Xemerius”

this master class is a very free translation from German MK Carola

Kulla “Meditierender Drache Xemerius” (09/2017), which I contributed

significant changes and additions.

The author of this MK is Olga M. / Lolishna

2 “I am very attractive, charming

and with a sense of humor;

intimidating, secretive

and very very smart ”

Xemerius about himself.

I wish you smooth loops and creative enthusiasm

Materials:

– Pekhorka yarn

“Children’s novelty”

Colors: violet,

Unripe lemon

“Spring” (you can

choose other colors.

The main thing is that they be

in harmonious color

gamma);

– safe eyes 12

mm (I have cats);

– hook 2.00;

– scissors;

– needle for stitching

details;

– filler.

TERMS USED

ch – chain

sc. – single crochet

sl-st – slip stitch

HDC – half double crochet

DC – double crochet

inc. – increase (knitting in one loop of the base of two columns)

dec – decrease (knitting two columns together)

Some parts fit in a circle – each row in them ends

connecting column and starts with the lifting loop.

Some parts fit in a spiral. Displacement loops are used.

In the description, the method of knitting the part is indicated. Please be careful.

3 HEADS (knitting in a circle):

1 row – 6 sc.into magic ring

2 row – (inc.) * 6 – (12)

3 row – (1 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (18)

4 row – (2 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (24)

5 row – (3 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (30)

6 row – 30 sc.

7 row – (4 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (36)

8 row – 36 sc.

9 row – (5 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (42)

10 row – (6 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (48)

11-15 rows – 48 sc each.

16th row – 10 sc., 2 inc., 16 sc., 2 inc., 18 sc. – (52)

17th row – 10 sc., 4 inc., 17 sc., 4 inc., 17 sc. – (60)

18-19 rows – 60 sc each.

20 row – 14 sc, dec, 24 sc., Dec, 18

sc. – (58)

21 row – 14 sc., Dec, 23 sc., Dec, 17

sc. – (56)

22 row – 13 sc., 2 dec, 20 sc., 2 dec,

15 sc. – (52)

23 row – 12 sc., 2 dec, 18 sc., 2 dec,

14 sc. – (48)

24 row – (4 sc., Dec) * 8 – (40)

25 row – (6 sc., Dec) * 5 – (35)

26 row – 2 sc., (5 sc., Dec) * 5 – (30)

Finish, fasten the thread, leaving the tip for sewing.

The detail is packed tight enough.

As you can see, the front of the head is flatter.

The eyes are fixed between 11 and 12 rows. Between the eyes 10 sc.

I do not recommend rushing with eyes: first, it is better to sew on the upper part

faces and only then insert eyes, because you may not be happy

my proposed eye arrangement and want to do it my own way.

4 Postpone work with eyes until you have all the main

head and torso details.

Muzzle. Top part. (knitting in a circle):

1 row – 6 sc. into magic ring

2 row – (inc.) * 6 – (12)

3 row – (1 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (18)

4 row – (2 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (24)

5 row – (3 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (30)

6 row – 6 sc., 3 inc., 12 sc., 3 inc., 6 sc. –

(36)

7 row – 36 sc.

8 row – 6 sc., 3 inc., 7 sc., Dec, 7 sc., 3 inc., 6 sc., Dec – (40)

9 row – (6 sc., Dec) * 5 – (35)

Finish, leave the thread for

sewing on. Detail a little stuff

and prick (better if

the needles in them will be long) to the head,

choosing the optimal position.

The lower part of the muzzle is slightly

rises. Sew on, not

forgetting to add filler. WITH

stuffing is not worth it,

the part must be plastic.

Muzzle. Bottom part.

(knitting in a circle):

1 row – 6 sc. into magic ring

2 row – (inc.) * 6 – (12)

3 row – (1 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (18)

4 row – (2 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (24)

5 row – (3 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (30)

Fold the item and knit through both

side 15 sc.

Attention! Sew on part only

after assembling it with the tongue and after

joints of the head with the body.

5 LANGUAGE (knitting in a circle):

Scarlet thread in the amigurumi ring

knit like this: 1 sc., 1 HDC, 2 DC,

1 HDC, 1 sc.

Leave the thread for sewing.

Sew to the inside of the bottom

parts of the muzzle.

BODY (knitting in a circle):

1 row – 6 sc. into magic ring

2 row – (inc.) * 6 – (12)

3 row – (1 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (18)

4 row – (2 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (24)

5 row – (3 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (30)

6 row – (4 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (36)

7 row – (5 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (42)

8 row – (6 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (48)

9 row – (7 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (54)

10 row – (8 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (60)

11-20 rows – 60 sc each.

21 row – (8 sc., Dec) * 6 – (54)

22-24 rows – 54 sc.

25 row – (7 sc., Dec) * 6 – (48)

26-27 rows – 48 sc.

28 row – (6 sc., Dec) * 6 – (42)

29-30 rows – 42 sc each.

31 row – (5 sc., Dec) * 6 – (36)

32 row – 36 sc.

33 row – (4 sc., Dec) * 6 – (30)

34 row – (3 sc., Dec) * 6 – (24)

35-37 rows – 24 sc.

38 row – (2 sc., Dec) * 6 – (18)

6 39-40 rows – 18 sc.

41 row – (2 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (24)

42 row – (3 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (30)

Finish, leave the thread for

sewing on. Detail stuff

tight enough. If to the head

the upper part of the muzzle is sewn

and inserted eyes, then you can

sew the head to the body.

After that, you can sew

lower part of the muzzle (see photo)

HORNS 3 children (knitting in a spiral):

1 row – 4 sc. into magic ring (as the part is small and

initial number of columns

small, I recommend knitting not KA, but

a chain of 2 ch and a primary number of sc.

knit the chain in the first loop)

2 row – 4 sc.

3 row – (1 sc., İnc.) * 2 – (6)

4 row – 6 sc.

Finish, leave the thread for sewing. Details to fill in whenever possible.

UPPER EYELID. 2 details:

1 row – chain of 6 ch, turn

2 row – 4 sc., 1 sl-st

Finish, leave the thread for

sewing on.

LOWER CENTURY. 2 details:

Chain of 5 ch

To finish. Leave a thread for

sewing on.

Eyelids chop around the eyes

pins choosing

optimal position and slightly

pulling them. Sew on.

7 HAND. 2 details (spiral knitting):

1 row – 3 ch + 1 ch; we knit in the 2nd loop from the hook

2 row – 2 sc., 3 sc. In 1 p., On the other side of the chain – 1 sc., 1 inc. – (eight)

3 row – inc., 1 sc., 3 inc., 1 sc., 2 inc. – (1.4)

4th row – 1 sc., İnc., 1 sc., (İnc., 1 sc.) * 3, 2 sc., İnc., 1 sc., İnc. – (20)

5-9 rows – 20 sc each.

10 row – (dec, 8 sc.) * 2 – (18)

11 row – dec, 16 sc. – (17)

12 row – 8 sc., Dec, 7 sc. – (16)

13 row – 8 sc., İnc., 7 sc. – (17)

14th row – 17 sc.

15 row – 9 sc., İnc., 7 sc. – (18)

16 row – 18 sc.

17th row – 11 sc., İnc., 6 sc. – (19)

18 row – 19 sc.

1 offset loop

19 row – 12 sc., İnc., 6 sc. – (20)

20 row – 1 sc., 2 dec, 7 sc., 2 inc., 6 sc. – (20)

21 row – 1 sc., Dec, 8 sc., 2 inc., 6 sc., Dec – (20)

22 row – 2 inc., 7 sc., 2 dec, 6 sc. – (20)

23 row – 2 sc., 2 inc., 7 sc., 2 dec, 5 sc. – (20)

1 offset loop

24 row – 3 sc., İnc., 8 sc., Dec, 6 sc. – (20)

25 row – 20 sc.

26 row – 4 sc., İnc., 8 sc., Dec, 5 sc. – (20)

27 row – 20 sc.

28 row – 5 sc., İnc., 8 sc., Dec, 4 sc. – (20)

29 row – (4 sc., İnc.) * 4 – (24)

30 row – (3 sc., İnc.) * 6 – (30)

31 row – 30 sc.

8 32 row – (4 sc., Dec) * 5 – (25)

33 row – (4 sc., Dec) * 4 – (20)

Start stuffing the part.

2 offset loops

34 row – 6 sc., Dec, 8 sc., Dec, 2

sc. – (18)

35 row – (2 sc., Dec) * 5 – (15)

36 row – (1 sc., Dec) * 5 – (10)

To the top of the part

add filler completely

bit she shouldn’t be

voluminous, but only slightly

to form a shoulder.

Pull the hole. Leave

thread for sewing.

LEG. 2 details (spiral knitting):

1 row – a chain of 8 ch + 1 ch; we knit in the 2nd loop from the hook

2 row – 7 sc., 3 sc. In 1 p., On the other side of the chain – 6 sc., İnc. – (18)

3 row – inc., 6 sc., 3 inc., 6 sc., 2 inc. – (24)

4 row – inc., 9 sc., 3 inc., 9 sc., 2 inc. – (30)

5-7 rows – 30 sc each.

8 row – 10 sc., 5 dec, 10 sc. – (25)

9 row – 8 sc., 4 dec, 8 sc. – (20)

1 offset loop

10 row – 8 sc., 3 dec, 8 sc. – (19)

11 row – 6 sc., 3 dec, 6 sc. – (15)

12 row – 15 sc.

13 row – (3 sc., İnc.) * 4 – (19)

14th row – 19 sc.

15 row – (4 sc., İnc.) * 4 – (23)

16-20 rows – 23 sc each.

21 row – (4 sc., Dec) * 4

22 row – 7 sc., 2 dec, 6 sc., 2 inc. – (19)

23 row – 8 sc., Dec, 6 sc. 2 inc. – (19)

24th row – 7 sc., 2 dec, 7sc., 2 inc. – (20)

25 row – 18 sc., İnc. – (20)

1 offset loop

26 row – 8 sc., 2 dec, 7sc., 2 inc. – (21)

27 row – 3 sc., İnc., 3 sc.,

2 dec, 3 sc., İnc., 3 sc.,

inc., 1 sc. – (21)

28 row – 3 sc., İnc., 3 sc.,

inc., 2 dec, inc., 3 sc., inc., 5

sc. – (24)

29 row – (3 sc., İnc.) * 6 –

(thirty)

30-33 rows – 30 sc each.

34 row – (3 sc., Dec) * 6 – (24)

35 row – (2 sc., Dec) * 6 – (18)

We begin to stuff the part. Add to the top of the filler

very, very slightly, just to indicate the hip.

36 row – (1 sc., Dec) * 6 – (12)

37 row – (dec) * 6 – (6)

Pull the hole. Leave

thread for sewing.

NOSTRIES. 2 details:

Chain of 2 ch, 2nd from

we knit the hook

6 sc., Sl-st.

Do not stuff the part. Leave

thread for sewing.

EARS. 2 details. (knitting by

spirals):

1 row – 4 sc. into magic ring

10 2 row – 4 sc. – (4)

3 row – (1 sc., İnc.) * 2 – (6)

4 row – 6 sc.

5 row – (1 sc., İnc.) * 3 – (9)

6 row – 9 sc.

7 row – (2 sc., İnc.) * 3 – (12)

8-10 rows – 12 sc.

11 row – (dec) * 6 – (6)

Finish, leave the thread for

sewing on. Item not

to stuff. Hole

pull off.

Lining on the belly.

(knitting rotary

in rows):

1 row – 4 ch + 1 ch

2 row – 4 sc., 1 ch

3 row – inc., 2 sc., İnc., 1 ch

4 row – 6 sc.

5 row – inc., 4 sc., İnc.

6 row – 8 sc.

7 row – 3 sc., 2 inc., 3 sc.

8-9 rows – 10 sc.

10 row – inc., 8 sc., İnc.

11 row – 12 sc.

12 row – 5 sc., 2 inc., 5 sc.

13 row – 14 sc.

14th row – inc., 12 sc., İnc.

15-20 rows – 16 sc.

21 row – dec, 12 sc., Dec

22 row – 14 sc.

23 row – dec, 10 sc., Dec

11 24 row – 12 sc.

25 row – dec, 8 sc., Dec

26 row – 10 sc.

27 row – dec, 6 sc., Dec

28 row – 8 sc.

29 row – dec, 4 sc, dec

30 row – 6 sc.

31 row – dec, 2 sc., Dec

32 row – 4 sc.

33 row – 2 dec, do not turn. Tie part sc. round. At the corners of

2 sc. total 68 sc.

TAIL. 1 piece (knitting in a spiral):

1 row – 4 sc. into magic ring

2 row – 4 sc. – (4)

3 row – (1 sc., İnc.) * 2 – (6)

4 row – 6 sc.

5 row – (1 sc., İnc.) * 3 – (9)

6 row – 9 sc.

7 row – (2 sc., İnc.) * 3 – (12)

8-12 rows – 12 sc.

13 row – 5 inc., 2 sc., Dec, 1 sc., Dec – (15)

14th row – 15 sc.

15 row – 3 sc., 5 inc., 3 sc., 2 dec – (18)

16 row – 18 sc.

17 row – 5 sc., 5 inc., 4 sc., 2 dec – (21)

18-19 rows – 21 sc.

20 row – 2 dec, 3 sc., 7 inc., 3 sc., 2 dec – (24)

21-22 rows – 24 sc.

23 row – 11 sc., 2 inc., 11 sc. – (26)

24-25 rows – 26 sc each.

12 2 offset loops

26 row – dec, 10 sc., 2 inc.,

10 sat., Dec – (26)

27 row – 26 sc.

28 row – 12 sc., 2 inc., 12

sc. – (28)

29-30 rows – 28 sc.

2 offset loops

31-32 rows – dec, 11 sc., 2

inc., 11 sc., dec – (28)

33 row – 28 sc.

Now we knit rotary

in rows and conditionally

we denote this by 34 next:

20 sc, sl-st, turn. Everywhere we skip after turning sl-st and knit

10 sc, sl-st, turn

11 sc., Sl-st, turn

12 sc., Sl-st, turn

16 sc., Sl-st, do not rotate

35 row – inc, 22 sc., 2 inc. – (28)

36 row – 28 sc.

Again, we knit in rotary rows and conventionally denote this by 37 side by side:

sl-st, turn. After the threshold, skip sl-st and knit

27 sc, sl-st, turn

sl-st, 24 sc, sl-st, turn

sl-st, 22 sc., sl-st, turn

sl-st, (2 sc., dec) * 5, 3 sc. don’t turn

38 row – 20 sc.

To finish. Leave the thread for sewing. Detail to stuff.

WINGS ON THE BACK. 2 details (knitting in rotary rows):

When turning on a chain, we skip the sl-st of the previous row.

1 row – a chain of 24 ch + 1 ch, we knit from the 2nd loop of the chain

13 2 row – 8 sc., Sl-st, turn

3 row – 2 sc., 2 HDC, 2

DC, 2 sc., 3 ch + 1 ch,

turn

4 row – 10 sc., Sl-st, turn

5 row – 3 sc., 3 HDC, 3

DC, 1 HDC, 3 ch + 1

ch, turn

6 row – 12 sc., Sl-st, turn

7 row – 3 sc., 3 HDC, 4

DC, 2 HDC, 3 ch + 1

ch, turn

8 row – 14 sc., Sl-st, turn

9 row – 4 sc., 4 HDC, 4

DC, 2 HDC, 3 ch + 1

ch, turn

10 row – 16 sc., Sl-st, turn

11 row – 4 sc., 5 HDC, 5 DC, 2 HDC, 3 ch + 1 ch, turn

12 row – 18 sc., Sl-st, turn

13 row – 5 sc., 6 HDC, 5 DC, 2 HDC, 3 ch + 1 ch, turn

14 row – 20 sc., Sl-st, turn

15 row – 5 sc., 6 HDC, 7 DC, 2 HDC, 3 ch + 1 ch, turn

16 row – 22 sc., Sl-st in the last loop of the chain, turn

17 row – 7 sc., 7 HDC, 7 DC, 1 HDC, 3 ch + 1 ch, turn

18 row – sc. to the end of the row, 3 sc. into the first loop of the base and further along

primary chain. It turns out like this: on one side of the wing 22 sc, 3 sc.

in the first loop of the chain, 22 sc. on the other side of the wing. To finish.

Hide the tip of the thread with a needle in the wing.

WINGS ON THE HEAD. 2 details (knitting in rotary rows):

We knit a chain of 12 ch + 1 ch in the 2nd from the hook we knit a loop

1 row – 4 sc., Sl-st, turn

2 row – 2 sc., 2 HDC, 3 ch + 1 ch, turn

3 row – 6 sc., Sl-st, turn

14 İnto magic ring each row back last three sc. we knit like this: sc. in sl-st

previous row, sc. in sl-st on a chain from ch, sc. into the next loop of the chain

from ch, and sl-st back into the free chain loop.

4 row – 2 sc., 2 HDC, 2 sc., 3 ch + 1 ch, turn

5 row – 8 sc., Sl-st, turn

6 row – 2 sc., 2 HDC, 2 DC, 2 HDC, 3 ch + 1 ch, turn

7 row – 10 sc., Sl-st, turn

8 row – 3 sc., 3 HDC, 2 DC, 2 HDC, 3 ch + 1 ch, turn

9 row – tie the wing on two sides: 10 sc. on one side, 3 sc.

in the initial loop of the chain, 10 sc. on the other side of the wing.

CREST. 1 item:

Link a chain of 80 ch + 1 ch

(sc., HDC, 3 DC in one loop of the base and average st. with picot of 3 ch,

HDC) – repeat to the end of the row. It turns out 19 scallops.

ASSEMBLY:

 Poke legs and tail on the body with pins, choosing the best

position. The toy should sit resting on its tail and legs.

If satisfied with the situation. Then sew the details in a circle.

On my feet do

drawstring forming

fingers. Better to take

contrasting but

suitable for

color thread. In my

case body color –

“Spring”, and the color of the thread

for tightenings and for

heels on the foot –

“Exotic.”

FIVE. 2

Details:

1 row – 5 sc into magic ring

2 row – (inc.) * 5 – (10)

Finish leave

thread for

sewing on.

15 Sew the heel to the foot.

 Sew overlay on

tummy.

 Hands prick

pins to the body,

trying on position.

Hands should be

lowered along the body,

slightly elbows

forward since then

you need to bend them

connect palms.

Make the weights on your hands

forming fingers.

 Hands sew in a circle in

shoulder part which

packed with us lightly.

Put your palms together

stitching them not through and through, but only internally with each other.

 Sew palms to the chest with a few stitches to form a pose

Namaste; palms are located under the lower lip.

 Chop the comb from the forehead to the tail, choosing the optimal position,

strictly in the middle of the body. Sew on.

 Chop wings, choosing the optimal position. Wings tight

adjacent to the ridge. Sew wings only at their top.

Your

Xemerius

ready.

I wish him

good

pens.

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