Amigurumi Lingonberry Bunny Free Pattern • The Art of Amigurumi

Amigurumi Lingonberry Bunny 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 Bunny
I want to give you some informations about this pattern;

Author: Kravchenko Ekaterina
Materials and tools
For knitting you will need

  • dark red Yarn Art Jeans yarn (51)
    light gray (46)
    dark gray (45)
  • white Alize Cotton Gold yarn (55)
    milky (01)
  • hooks No. 2, No. 3
  • synthetic fluff filler
  • two plastic black beads for the eyes
  • fabric with polka dots 100% cotton (50×50 cm)
  • lace
  • buttons and bows for clothing decor
  • white floss
  • black sewing threads
  • dry pastel for toning
  • long needle for sewing on handles
    Symbols
    VP – air loop
    RLS – single crochet
    CCH – double crochet
    PR – increase (two columns are knitted in one loop)
    UB – decrease (two columns are tied together)
    Legs (2 parts)
    We knit with a thread of dark red color. We fill in the course of knitting enough
    tight.

    1 row: We collect a chain of 18 VP, starting from the second loop from the hook we knit
    16 sc, 3 sc in the last loop of the chain, 15 sc, pr (36)
    2nd row: PR, 15 PRS, 3 PR, 15 PRS, 2 PR (42)
    Row 3: RLS, OL, 15 RLS, (RLS, PR) x 3, 15 RLS, (RLS, PR) x 2 (48)
    4 row: 2 PRS, PR, 15 PRS, (2 PRS, PR) x 3, 15 PRS, (2 PRS, PR) x 2 (54)
    5 row: 19 PRS, (PRS, OL) x 6, 23 PRS (60)
    6 row: 60 PRS knit for the back wall of the loop
    7-9 row: 60 PRS
    10 row: 19 PRS, (PRS, UB) x 6, 23 PRS (54)
    11 row: 54 PRS
    12 row: 17 PRS, (PRS, UB) x 6, 19 PRS (48)
    13 row: 48 PRS

    14 row: 17 PRS, 6 UB, 19 PRS (42)
    15 row: (5 PRS, UB) x 6 (36)
    16 row: (4 PRS, UB) x 6 (30)
    Change the thread to white
    17 row: (3 PRS, UB) x 6 (24)
    18 row: (4 PRS, UB) x 4 (20)
    19 – 39 row (21 r): we knit 20 PRS
    Finish knitting. We break the thread. Tie the second leg.

Gaiters
We knit freely, alternating one row with a white thread, one row with a thread
of red color.

With a white thread, dial a chain of 24 VP
1 – 5 row: 24 PRS
6 row: (3 PRS, OL) x 6 (30)
7 row: 30 PRS
8 row: (4 PRS, OL) x 6 (36)
9 row: (5 PRS, OL) x 6 (42)
10-11 row: 42 PRS
Finish knitting. Cut the thread, hide it. We put on the legs and sew
the upper edge with ordinary white threads so that the gaiters do not shift on the leg.

Sew on the bottom edge with red threads.
Shoe tabs
With a dark red thread, we collect a chain of 25 VP, starting with the fourth
knit loops 22 CCH. We finish knitting, cut off the thread, refuel.
Sew the straps to the legs
We take a white floss and make stitches along the edge of the strap as shown in
figure.
Sew on buttons.

Torso
We start to connect the legs.
40 row: attach a white thread where we are on the leg (any)
cut off the thread and knit 7 RLS along this leg, we collect a chain of 7 VP. We take
the second leg and attach the other end of the chain. Then we knit in a circle 20
RLS (along the leg), 7 RLS (in a chain from VP), 20 RLS (along the leg), 7 RLS (in a chain
from VP) (54). We put a marker.
41 – 42 row: 54 PRS
43 row: (8 PRS, OL) x 6 (60)

44 – 50 row (7 rows): 60 PRS
51 row: (8 PRS, UB) x 6 (54)
52 – 53 row: 54 PRS
54 row: (7 PRS, UB) x 6 (48)
55 – 59 row: 48 PRS
60 row: (6 PRS, UB) x 6 (42)
61 – 65 row: 42 PRS
Change the thread to gray
66 row: 42 PRS

67 row: 42 PRS knit for the back wall of the loop
68 – 70 row: 42 PRS
71 row: (5 PRS, UB) x 6 (36)
72 row: (4 PRS, UB) x 6 (30)
73 row: (3 PRS, UB) x 6 (24)
Change the thread to white
74 row: (4 PRS, UB) x 4 (20)
75 – 78 row: 20 PRS
We finish knitting. Cut the thread.

Skirt
We return to row 67, where we knitted for the back half loop, we attach
the thread is gray. Now we knit by the front half loops AGAINST the hour
arrows.
1 row: 3 VP lifting, PR from CCH in each loop of the row, CC at the end. As a result, we have
you should get 82 CCHs.
2nd row: 3 VP, then we knit alternating (RLS, OL) to the end of the row, SS at the end. We have
it turns out 124 CCHs.

3 – 20 rows (18 rows): 124 CCHs each. Each row starts with 3 VP lift and
ends with SS in the first loop of the row.
We finish knitting. Cut the thread and hide it.
Now we make a petticoat pattern.
P. S: I am far from being a professional in sewing, I just offer my version!
Sew on lace along the edge of the skirt.

Head
We knit with a white thread.
1 row: 6 PRS in the spacecraft (6)
2 row: (OL) x 6 (12)
3 row: (1 PRS, OL) x 6 (18)
4 row: (2 PRS, OL) x 6 (24)

5 row: (3 PRS, OL) x 6 (30)
6 row: (4 PRS, OL) x 6 (36)
7 row: 36 RLS, knit 2 RLS offsets
8 row: (5 PRS, OL) x 6 (42)
9 row: (6 PRS, OL) x 6 (48)
10 row: (7 PRS, OL) x 6 (54)
11-12 rows: 54 PRS
13 row: (UB, 25 PRS) x 2 (52)
14 row: (UB, 24 PRS) x 2 (50)
15 row: (UB, 23 PRS) x 2 (48)
16 row: (UB, 22 PRS) x 2 (46)
17 row: knit 44 PRS, rearrange the marker 2 columns closer. now this
the beginning of the row. We do not tie these 2 RLS and do not take into account (46)

18 row: (UB, 21 PRS) x 2 (44)
19 row: (UB, 20 PRS) x 2 (42)
20 row: (UB, 19 PRS) x 2 (40)
21 row: (UB, 18 PRS) x 2 (38)
22 row: 38 PRS
23 row: (UB, 17 PRS) x 2 (36)
24 row: (UB, 4 PRS) x 6 (30)
25 row: 30 PRS
26 row: (UB, 3 PRS) x 6 (24)

We finish knitting, cut the thread. We fill the head. And then we sew it
to the body.
Ears (2 parts)
We knit with a white thread.
1 row: 6 PRS in the spacecraft (6)
2nd row: 6 PRS
3 row: (OL) x 6 (12)
4th row: 12 PRS
5 row: (1 PRS, OL) x 6 (18)
6 row: (2 PRS, OL) x 6 (24)
7 row: 24 PRS
8 row: (3 PRS, OL) x 6 (30)
9 – 23 row (15 rows): 30 PRS each

24 row: (UB, 13 PRS) x 2 (28)
25 – 27 row: 28 PRS
28 row: (UB, 12 PRS) x 2 (26)
29 – 31 row: 26 PRS
32 row: (UB, 11 PRS) x 2 (24)
33 – 35 row: 24 PRS
36 row: (UB, 10 PRS) x 2 (22)
37 – 39 row: 22 PRS
40 row: (UB, 9 PRS) x 2 (20)
41 – 43 row: 20 PRS
44 row: (UB, 8 PRS) x 2 (18)
45 – 64 row (15 rows): 18 PRS

We finish knitting. We fix the thread. Sew the eyelet and sew to the head
between 13 and 14 rows. The distance between the ears is 16 СБН.
We decorate the face: we sew on the eyes. We embroider the nose with red thread,
black thread – mouth. We tint the cheeks with dry pastels.

Paws – handles (2 parts)
We knit with a white thread
1 row: 6 PRS in the spacecraft (6)
2 row: (OL) x 6 (12)
3 – 6 row: 12 PRS
Change the thread to gray
7 – 36 row (30 rows): 12 PRS
37 row: (UB) x 6 (6)

Bolero
Knit with a dark gray thread.
1st row: 40 VP, SS at 11 from the hook loop, 3 VP, 4 CCH, 3 CCH in the next loop, 5
CCH, 3 CCH in the next loop, 8 CCH, 3 CCH in the next loop, 5 CCH, 3 CCH in the next
loop, 4 SSN, turn
2nd row: VP, 5 RLS, 3 RLS in the next loop, 7 RLS, 3 RLS in the next loop, 10 RLS, 3
RLS in the next loop, 7 RLS, 3 RLS in the next loop, 5 RLS, turn
3rd row: 2 VP, 6 CCH, 3 CCH in the next loop, 9 CCH, 3 CCH in the next loop, 12 CCH, 3

CCHs in the next loop, 9 CCHs, 3 CCHs in the next loop, 6 CCHs, turn
4th row: VP, 7 sc, 3 sc in the next loop, 11 sc, 3 sc in the next loop, 14 sc, 3
RLS in the next loop, 11 RLS, 3 RLS in the next loop, 7 RLS, turn
5th row: 2 VP, 8 CCH, 3 CCH in the next loop, 13 CCH, 3 CCH in the next loop, 16 CCH, 3
CCHs in the next loop, 13 CCHs, 3 CCHs in the next loop, 8 CCHs, turn
6th row: VP, 9 RLS, 3 RLS in the next loop, 15 RLS, 3 RLS in the next loop, 18 RLS, 3
CCH in the next loop, 15 RLS, 3 RLS in the next loop, 9 RLS, turn
7th row: 2 VP (PRS, PR) x 5 times, skip 19 PRS, (PRS, PR) x 10 times,
skip 19 PRS, (P, PRS) x 5 times, turn
8th row: VP, 60 SBN
9th row: 2 VP, 60 CCH
10 row: VP, 60 PRS

Sleeves
Knit with a gray thread

1 row: 2 VP, 19 CCH (in a circle), CC with 1 loop of the row
2nd row: VP, 19 SBN, SS with 1 loop of the row
3 – 17 row we knit, alternating rows 1 and 2 (i.e. row of CCH, row of RLS)
18 row: we knit by the front wall of the VP loop, 19 PRS, SS
19 row: 2 VP, 19 SSN, SS
Sew 3 buttons on the bolero

Gloves (2 parts)
We knit with a thread of red crochet number 3
1 row: 6 PRS in the spacecraft (6)
2nd row: (OL) x 6 (12)
3 row: (1 PRS, OL) x 6 (18)
4 row: (8 PRS, OL) x 2 (20)
5 – 6 row: 20 PRS
7 row: (8 PRS, UB) x 2 (18)
8 row: (1 PRS, UB) x 6 (12)
9-10 row: 12 PRS
11 row: 12 sc for the front wall of the loop
12 row: 12 PRS

We attach the thread to one of the mittens and we collect a chain of 110 VP.
We attach the chain to another mitten.
We decorate the mittens.

Cap
We knit with a red thread. Crochet number 3.
We collect a chain of 48 VP, SS we close the chain into a ring, then we knit along
circle.
We knit an elastic band with embossed columns, alternating facial and purl CCHs

1 row: 2 VP, 48 CCH, SS
2 row: 2 VP alternate 1 front CCH, 1 CCH purl to the end of the row, SS (48)
3rd row: VP, 48 PRS, SS
4th row: 2 VP, (10 CCH, UB) x 4, SS (44)
5 row: 2 VP, (9 CCH, UB) x 4, SS (40)
6 row: 2 VP, (8 SSN, UB) x 4, SS (36)
7 row: 2 VP, (7 CCH, UB) x 4, SS (32)
8 row: 2 VP, (6 CCH, UB) x 4, SS (28)
9th row: 2 VP, (5 SSN, UB) x 4, SS (24)
10 row: 24 PRS
11 row: 2 VP, (2 SSN, UB) x 6, SS (18)
12 row: 2 VP, (1 SSN, UB) x 6, SS (12)
13-14 row: 12 CCH
15 row: 2 VP, (4 SSN, UB) x 2, SS (10)
16 – 20 row: 10 CCH
21 row: 2 VP, (3 SS, UB) x 2, SS (8)
22 – 26 row: 8 PRS
27 row: 2 VP, (2 SSN, UB) x 2, SS (6)
28 – 32 row: 6 PRS

Crochet # 2
33 row: 6 PRS
34 row: (OL) x 6 (12)
35 row: (1 PRS, OL) x 6 (18)
36 – 38 row: 18 PRS
39 row: (1 PRS, UB) x 6 (12)
40 row: (UB) x 6 (6)
We finish knitting. Cut the thread.

Scarf
We knit with a white thread. Crochet number 3
We collect a chain of 60 VP, starting with 4 VP, we knit the CCH to the end of the chain. So
we knit 4 rows. At the beginning of each row there are 3 VP lifts. We finish
knitting. Cut the thread. We decorate the scarf with a button.
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