Amigurumi Kitty Guys Free Pattern • The Art of Amigurumi

Amigurumi Kitty Guys Free Pattern

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What does amigurumi means?
The word Amigurumi comes from Japanese. The Japanese call handicrafts knitted with crochet and needle as Ami. The Japanese call the toys that are filled with objects such as fibers or cotton as Nuigurumi. The word Amigurumi is derived as a combination of these two words.

Amigurumi knitting techniques are very easy. You can find many handcrafts prepared with these techniques on my site. What is Amigurumi for beginners in Amigurumi handwork? How to knit amigurumi? In this blog, where you can find the answers to the questions with pictures, you will be able to learn about Amigurumi in all details.

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Also I’m sharing new amigurumi free patterns every day.
Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Kitty
I want to give you some informations about this pattern;

Author: Vera Izgrebina

Abbreviations:
sbn – single crochet
KA – amigurumi ring
pr – increase
ub – decrease
vp – air loop
PSN – half-bob with
yarn over

Handles (2 pcs):
1) 5 sbn in spacecraft (5)
2) 5 ave (10)
3) 10 sc (10)
4) 8 sc, dec (9)
5-7) 9 sc (9)

8) 7 sc, dec (8)
9-11) 8 sc (8)
12) 6 sc, dec (7)
13-14) 7 sc (7)

Stuff only “palms”.
Fold in half, knit 3sc at both edges.

Legs (2 pcs):
1) 8 sbn in spacecraft (8)
2) 8 ave (16)
3-5) 16 sc (16)

Connect legs 2 VP
Body and head:
We knit in a circle, connecting two legs. 16 sbn for each leg, we also knit sbn
along a chain of 2 VP on one and the other side.

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6) 36 sc (36)
7) (17 sbn, pr) * 2 times (38)
8-9) (38)
10) 9, pr, 18, pr, 9 (40) the increments should be on the sides

11-17) (40)
18) (8, ub) * 4 (36)
19) (7, ub) * 4 (32)
20) (6, ub) * 4 (28)
21) (5, ub) * 4 (24)
22) (4, ub) * 4 (20)

23) we knit together with our hands – calculate so that the decreases fall before and
after “binding” the hand. I got it like this: ub, 3, ub, 3 with hand, ub, 3, ub, 3
with a hand, ub. (sixteen)

24) (1 sbn, pr) * 8 (24)
25) (2 sbn, pr) * 8 (32)

26) (3 sbn, pr) * 8 (40)
27) (4 sbn, pr) * 8 (48)
28) (5 sbn, pr) * 8 (56)
29) (6 PRS, UB) * 8 (64)

30-39) 64 PRS (64)
40) (14 SBN, UB) * 4 (60)
41) 60 sc (60)

42) (8 PRS, UB) * 6 (54)
43) (7 PRS, UB) * 6 (48)
44) (6 PRS, UB) * 6 (42)

45) (5 PRS, UB) * 6 (36) (Here I then sewed eyes)
46) (4 PRS, UB) * 6 (30)
47) (3 PRS, UB) * 6 (24)

48) (2 sc, dec) * 6 (18)
49) (1 sbn, ub) * 6 (12)
50) 6 ub (6)

Ears (2 pcs):
1) 6 sc (6)
2) (1 sbn, pr) * 3 (9)
3) (2 sbn, pr) * 3 (12)
4) (1 sbn, pr) * 6 (18)

5) 18 PRS (18)
6) (2 sbn, pr) * 6 (24)
7) 24 sc (24)
8) 8 ub, 8 sbn (16)

Leave the thread for sewing.

Tail:
Dial 12 VP on the body and knit 10 PSN to the base of the tail.

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