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Amigurumi Lazy Bear Free Crochet Pattern

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Today, the new daily crochet pattern Amigurumi, Amigurumi Lazy Bear Free Crochet Pattern Crochet Pattern, I want to give you some information about this pattern;


 MAGİC RİNG amigurumi ring;

 Ch-air loop;

 Sc-single crochet;

 Hdc – half double crochet;

 Dec-decab;

 İnc-inc-increment;

 *-repeat the instructions the specified number of times;

All pieces are knitted in a spiral pattern unless otherwise noted.

Lower legs (2 parts)

1st row: Cast on a chain of 5 ch., start from the 2nd loop from the hook

1 inc, 1 sc, 1 inc, 3 sc in last stitch, on the other side: 1 inc, 1

sc, 1 inc(13);

Row 2: 2 inc, 3 sc, 3 inc, 4 sc, 1 inc(19);

Row 3: 1 sc, 1 inc, 5 sc, (1 sc, 1 inc)*3, 6 sc, (23);

Row 4: 8 sc, (inc from hdc, 1 hdc)*3 this should be inc on

front center toe, 9 sc(26)

If this is not the case for you, you should make displacement loops based on

my knitting.

Rows 5-6: 26 sc(26);

Align the marker in the middle of the back (along the heel).

7th row: 9 sc, 4 dec, 9 sc(22);

8th row: 1 dec, 4 sc, 5 dec, 4 sc, 1 dec(15);

Row 9: 2 sc, (1 dec, 1 sc)*3, 1 dec, 2 sc(11);

Row 10: 11 sc(11);

Row 11: 4 sc, 4 inc from hdc, 3 sc(15);

Row 12: (4 sc, inc)*3(18);

Rows 13-14: 18 sc(18);

At this stage you need to install the incovolok, see photo.

Incline length 15 cm+/- 2 cm

Fill the part to the level you need and is comfortable for you.

Align the marker with the heel.

Row 15: 7 sc, 2 dec, 7 sc(16);

Row 16: 6 sc, 2 dec, 6 sc(14);

Install the joint/cotter pin in rows 14 and 15, as shown in the photo,

the joint must fit through the incline. Fill the part

17th row. Decks. Pull the hole, fasten the thread, remove.

You knit the second piece in exactly the same way.


If you don’t use an incline, the end result may be

differ from what you see in this master class, because

precisely because incovolok is used, the legs can be bent and

to incline.

Upper legs (2 parts)

1st row: 6 sc into magic ring(6);

2nd row: 6 inc(12);

Row 3: (1 sc, 1 inc)*(18);

Rows 4-5: 18 sc(18);

Row 6: (1 sc, 1 dec)*6(12);

Rows 7-12: 12 sc(12);

In 13-14 rows we knit the elbow

13 row: 5 sc, 3 hdc, 4 sc (12);

Row 14: 5 sc, 3 sc behind the back wall of the loop, 4 sc (12);

Rows 15-21: 12 sc(12);

The part is only 2/3 filled

The joint is installed m/u 19 and

20m in rows, navigate by

elbow so that there is a hand

inproportional and looked at

at the right direction.

Row 22: decinch, tighten the hole,

fasten the thread.

Tail(1 piece)

1st row: 6 sc into magic ring(6);

2nd row: 6 inc(12);

Rows 3-4: 12 sc(12);

5 row: 6 dec.

The part is filled at the moment when you incish it.

Second option, the tail is a little larger

1st row: 6 sc into magic ring(6);

2nd row: 6 inc(12);

Row 3: (1 sc, inc)*6(18);

Row 4: 18 sc(18);

Row 5: (1 sc, dec)*6(12)

Pull off, leaving a small hole for filling.


Ears(2 parts)

1st row: 6 sc into magic ring(6);

2nd row: 6 inc(12);

Row 3: (1 sc, inc)*6(18);

Row 4: (2 sc, inc)*6(24);

Row 5: (7 sc, inc)*3(27);

Fold the part in half and tie it on both walls with connecting

columns, thereby connecting it.


This piece is knitted from bottom to top.

1st row: 8 sc into magic ring(8);

2nd row: 8 inc(16);

3rd row: (1 sc, inc)*8(24)

Row 4: 1 sc, inc,(2 sc, inc)*7, 1 sc(32)

Row 5: (3 sc, inc)*8(40)

Row 6: 2 sc, inc,(4 sc, inc)*7, 2 sc(48)

Row 7: (5 sc, inc)*8(56)

Row 8: 3 sc, inc,(6 sc, inc)*7, 3 sc(64)

Rows 9-19: 64 sc(64);

When knitting the 19th row, you need to make marks.


Row 19: 16 sc, MARKER, 32 sc, MARKER, 16 sc

The beginning/end of the row is the back

Installation of legs in rows 8 and 9, can be done 1-2 rows higher,

First do an incision before fixing. Set feet

follows just after we have made markings with markers,

we separate where the tummy and back will be, and install the lower legs

on the sides, relative to the markings, then 3 sc closer to the back, the more

highlighting the belly (this is exactly how I do it).

Row 20: 16 sc, (2 sc, dec)*8, 16 sc(56);

Rows 21-22: 56 sc(56);

Fill the piece as you knit and your

convenience, the emphasis on inci and padding is on


23 row: 6 sc, dec,(12 sc, dec)*3, 6 sc(52);

24 row: (11 sc, dec)*4(48);

Row 25: (6 sc, dec)*6(42);

Row 26: 42 sc(42);

Row 27: (5 sc, dec)*6(36);

Rows 28-31: 36 sc(36);

We install the upper paws using 25 and 26 rows

Row 32: (4 sc, dec)*6(30);

Row 33: (3 sc, dec)*6(24)

Install the head joint/pin. The sizes that I used

indicated in the list of materials.

Row 34: dec to end.

Tighten the hole, securing the joint.


1st row: 6 sc into magic ring(6);

2nd row: 6 inc(12);

Row 3: (1 sc, inc)*6(18);

4th row: 1 sc, inc,(2 sc, inc)*5,1 sc(24)

Row 5: 24 sc(24);

Row 6: (3 sc, inc)*6(30);

Row 7: 30 sc(30);

Row 8: (4 sc, inc)*6(36);

Row 9: 14 sc, 8 inc from hdc, 14 sc(44);

Row 10: 16 sc, 2 hdc, (1 hdc, inc from hdc)*4,

2 hdc, 16 sc(48);

Row 11: (7 sc, inc)*6(54);

Row 12: 4 sc, inc, (8 sc, inc)*5, 4 sc(60);

Row 13: (9sc, inc)*6(66);

Rows 14-24: 66 sc(66);

Make a mark between the 18th and 19th rows – this is the junction of the head and

torso. Focus on the nose of the head

Row 25: (9 sc, dec)*6(60);

Row 26: (8 sc, dec)*6(54);

Row 27: (7 sc, dec)*6(48);

Connect the head and torso.

Next we knit according to the pattern, filling the part as we go, focusing on

bow part.

Row 28: (6 sc, dec)*6(42);

Row 29: (5 sc, dec)*6(36);

Row 30: (4 sc, dec)*6(30);

Row 31: (3 sc, dec)*6(24);

Row 32: (2 sc, dec)*6(18);

Row 33: (1 sc, dec)*6(12);

Row 34: 6 dec

Having filled the part to the end,

connect the hole with

needle or hook.


Since all the parts were insiconnected while knitting the toy,

All that remains to be done is the ears and tail. Focus on how you

I like it better, for comparison I’m attaching a photo of the location of the ears

greatly changes the image of the toy as a whole. Do some increments first

using pins, then incise.

Photo from the Internet.

When the toy is assembled, we proceed to designing the head.

Drawstring. Schematically.

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