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Amigurumi Pepe Penguin Free Crochet Pattern

My amigurumi friends today share our cute friend pepe penguin free pattern. It will be a colorful work that you will enjoy knitting and finish in a short time. Good knitting.

MATERIALS;

 Size USG6 4.00mm crochet hook

 Worsted weight yarn in

-black

-white

-orange

-green

-red 12mm black safety eyes

 fiber fill

tapestry needle

Abbreviations;

sc single crochet

 inc increase (2sc into one stitch)

 st stitch

dec decrease (sc2tog, or crochet 2 stitches  together) hdc half double crochet

HEAD use black yarn;

 Rnd 1:  6 st into magic ring

 Rnd 2:  2sc into each st [12]

 Rnd 3:  (sc, inc) repeat around [18]

 Rnd 4:  (2sc, inc) repeat around [24]

 Rnd 5:  sc around [24]

Rnd 6:  (3sc, inc) repeat around [30]

Rnd 7:  (4sc, inc) repeat around [36]

Rnd 8:  (5sc, inc) repeat around [42]

 Rnd 9:  (6sc, inc) repeat around [48]

Rnd 10-14: sc around [48]

Rnd 15: (6sc, dec) repeat around [42]

Rnd 16: sc around [42]

Rnd 17: (5sc, dec) repeat around [36]

 Rnd 18: sc around [36]

 Rnd 19: (4sc, dec) repeat around [30]

Rnd 20: (3sc, dec) repeat around [24]

 Rnd 21: (2sc, dec) repeat around [24]

Fasten off

EYE CIRCLES use white yarn;

Rnd 1:  6st into magic ring

 Rnd 2:  2sc into each stitch [12]

 Fasten off and leave a tail

NOSE use orange yarn;

Rnd 1:  4st into magic ring

Rnd 2:  sc into each st [4]

Rnd 3:  2sc into each st [8]

 Rnd 4:  (sc, inc) repeat around [12]

Fasten off and leave a tail

TUMMY CIRCLE use white yarn;

Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring

Rnd 2: 2sc into each st [12]

Rnd 3: (sc, inc) repeat around [18]

Rnd 4: (2sc, inc) repeat around [24]

Fasten off and leave a tail

ARM (make two)use black yarn;

Rnd 1: 4sc into magic ring

Rnd 2: 2sc into magic ring [8]

Rnd 3: (sc, inc) repeat around [12]

Rnd 4: (2sc, inc) repeat around [16]

Rnd 5-7: sc around

Rnd 8: (2sc, dec) repeat around [12]

Rnd 9: (sc, dec) repeat around [8]

Fasten off and leave a tail

BODY use black yarn;

Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring

Rnd 2: 2sc into each st [12]

Rnd 3: (sc, inc) repeat around [18]

Rnd 4: (2sc, inc) repeat around [24]

Rnd 5: (3sc, inc) repeat around [30]

Rnd 6: (4sc, inc) repeat around [36]

Rnd 7: sc around [36]

Rnd 8: (5sc, inc) repeat around [42]

Rnd 9: (6sc, inc) repeat around [48]

Rnd 10: (7sc, inc) repeat around [54]

Rnd 11: sc around [54]

Rnd 12: (7sc, dec) repeat around [48]

Rnd 13: sc around [48]

Rnd 14: (6sc, dec) repeat around [42]

Rnd 15: (5sc, dec) repeat around [36]

Rnd 16: sc around [36]

Rnd 17: (4sc, dec) repeat around [30]

Rnd 18-21: sc around [30]

Rnd 22: (3sc, dec) repeat around [24]

Rnd 23: (2sc, dec) repeat around [18]

Fasten off and leave a tail

FOOT (make two) use orange yarn;

Row 1: Chain 6

Row 2: Working in the second chain from hook, sc to the end [5] Turn your work.

Row 3: sc into 4 stitches, 2sc into last st [6]

Put a stitch marker into the last stitch you made. This is now Stitch #1 as you continue in the round. (This first round should have 12 stitches)

Rnd 1: inc into stitches 2,6,8,12 [16]

Rnd 2: inc into stitches 3,8,11,16 [20]

Rnd 3: inc into stitches 4,9,14,20 [24]

Rnd 4: sc around [24]

Rnd 5: sc, dec, 6sc, (dec, sc) repeat 3 times, 6sc [20]

Rnd 6: 7sc, (dec, sc) repeat 3 times, 4sc [17]

Rnd 7: 7sc, (dec, sc) repeat twice, 4sc [15]

Rnd 8: sc around [15]

Fasten off and leave a tail

SCARF use green yarn;

Chain 70

Working into 3rd chain from hook, dc to

the end

Fasten off and weave tails in neatly.

HAT start with red yarn;

Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring

Rnd 2: 2sc into each st [12]

Rnd 3: (green) (sc, inc) repeat around [18]

Rnd 4: (red) (2sc, inc) repeat around [24]

Rnd 5: (green) (3sc, inc) repeat around [30]

Rnd 6:(red) (4sc, inc) repeat around [36]

Rnd 7: (green) sc around [36]

Rnd 8: (red) (5sc, inc) repeat around [42]

Rnd 9: (green) (6sc, inc) repeat around [48]

Rnd 10: (red) sc around [48]

Rnd 11: (green) (7sc, inc) repeat around [54]

Rnd 12: (red) hdc across [54]

Rnd 13: (red) hdc across [54]

Fasten off and weave in tails neatly

POM POM use red yarn;

This is how I made my pom pom. I know

there are many other techniques out there

so feel free to experiment with what works

best for you!

Wind your red yarn around a piece of

cardboard about 1.25” (3cm) wide. (or you

could use 2 finger widths, (ie. your index and

middle fingers together) The more you wind,

the fuller your pom pom will be. When done

winding, carefully slide the cardboard out (or

your fingers out, depending on what youʼre

using) and tie your yarn very tightly around

the center of the yarn bundle.

 Cut open the loops on each side, and fluff

out the pom-pom. Trim evenly if necessary.

Use the yarn ends from tying the bundle to

pass through the top of the hat, and tie in a

knot inside the hat. Weave all yarn ends in

neatly.

ASSEMBLY;

Stuff the head tightly with fiber fill. Take your eye circles and and poke the 12mm eyes

through an opening one row away from the center of the eye circle. Now place the eyes and

the nose onto the head. If youʼre like me, you will have to play around with the position of

these parts until you are satisfied with how everything looks. Take note of the symmetry of

the eyes. Since the eyes are not directly in the center of the white eye circles, you have to

be careful that the eyes appear to be looking in the same direction. You could end up with

one eye thatʼs positioned high and one thatʼs positioned low. Once you are happy with the

placement of the eyes and nose, sew each piece on carefully. Affix the backings onto the

safety eyes.Next, stuff the body and attach the head. Sew the tummy circle into place. The wings go on next.

They do not need to be stuffed with fiber fill. You can pinch them flat and sew them

on as is. Stuff the legs next and attach to the body. Again, take note of the symmetry by

pinning them in place first. The penguin should be balanced and able to sit independently

when the legs are positioned properly.

Wrap the scarf around the neck and perch the hat on the head!

Congratulations! You are finished!

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