Amigurumi Pretty Raccoon 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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Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Raccoon
I want to give you some informations about this pattern;

No, probably there are such people in the world who would not like raccoons šŸ™‚

Recently, these animals have even been kept as pets. Although, as much as we would not like to amuse and delight ourselves with cute animals, they are by nature wild and should live in freedom.

You can cheer yourself up and your loved ones by tying a plush raccoon, which you can cuddle and cuddle indefinitely ^^) And the knitted toy pattern developed by the needlewoman Lelena_Yer will help us with this.

The toys in the photo are linked by Ekaterina Zaitseva.

Raccoon amigurumi crochet

Pattern of knitting toys

Abbreviations:

sbn – single crochet;

VP – air loop; CH; chain

runway – air lifting loop; sc

ss – connecting column (half-column);

increase – in one loop of the previous row we knit 2 single crochet;

decrease – we knit 2 loops of the previous row with one single crochet.

We knit all the details outward with purl loops, for fluffiness. We comb each knitted part with Velcro across the rows.

Head (red thread)

1 row: 6 sc in amigurumi ring (6)

2 row: (increase) x 6 times (12)

3 row: (increase, 1 sc) x 6 times (18)

4 row: (increase, 2 sc) x 6 times (24)

5 row: (raise, 3 sc) x 6 times (30)

6 row: (raise, 4 sc) x 6 times (36)

7 row: sc in a circle (36)

8 row: (increase, 5 sc) x 6 times (42)

9 row: sc in a circle (42)

10 row: (2 sc, increase) x 8 times / this is the top of the head /; 18 sc (50)

11 row: behind the front wall of the loop sc in a circle (50)

12 row: (2 sc, decrease) x 8 times; 18 sc (42)

(white thread)

13 row: (decrease, 5 sc) x 6 times (36)

14 row: sc in a circle (36)

15 row: (decrease, 4 sc) x 6 times (30)

16 row : (decrease, 3 sc) x 6 times (24)

17 row: sc in a circle (24)

18 row: (decrease, 2 sc) x 6 times (18)

19 row: sc in a circle (18)

20 row: ( decrease, sc) x 6 times (12)

Fill with filler.

21 rows (decreases) until the hole closes.

Mask (black thread)

1 row: 11 ch

2 row: 3 sc in the second loop from the hook, 8 sc, 3 sc in the last loop (14). Rotate knitting.

3rd row: runway, increase, 5 sb, 2 increments, 5 sb, increase (18) Turn.

4 row: runway, increase, 7 sb, 2 increase, 7 sb, increase (22)

Sew the mask to the head so that a white rim 2 rows thick remains along the upper edge.

Muzzle (white thread)

1 row: 6 sc in amigurumi ring (6)

2 row: (2 sc, increase) x 2 times (8)

3 row: (3 sc, increase) x 2 times (10)

4 row: ( 4 sc, raise) x 2 times (12)

5 row: (5 sc, raise) x 2 times (14)

6 row: (6 sc, raise) x 2 times (16)

7 row: (3 sc, raise) x 4 times (20)

8-10 rows: sc in a circle (20) The muzzle can be made shorter by reducing the number of rows.

Stuff the detail tightly and sew to the head end-to-end to the mask.

Ears (2 parts)

White thread – 2 VP.

1 row: 3sc in the second loop from the hook (3) Turn knitting.

2 row: runway, sc in each loop (3) Turn.

3 row: runway, increase, 1 sb, increase (5) Turn.

4 row: runway, sc in each loop (5) Turn.

Next, we continue to knit with a red (brown) thread. It is necessary to tie a white triangle in a circle. We begin to knit along the base of this triangle.

5 row: runway, 4 sc, 3 sc in the corner of the triangle (increase, 1 sc, increase – on one side); 3 sc in the corner (increase, 1 sc, increase – on the other side); 2 sc in the corner, connect ss Rotate.

6 row: runway, 8 sc, increase in the corner, 8 sc (18). Turn.

7 row: runway, sbn behind the back walls of the loops (18). Turn.

8 row: runway, behind the front walls of the loops – 8 sc, decrease, 8 sc (17). Turn.

9 row: runway, 7 sbn, knit 3 loops together sbn, 7 sbn (15). Turn.

10 row: runway, 6 sbn, knit 3 loops together sbn, 6 sbn (13)

Fold the eyelet “face” inward and sew the edges of the last row. Turn out.

Heels (2 parts)

Black thread.

1 row: 6 sc in the amigurumi ring – this is the basis.

2 row: fingers: (lift 3 VP, ss to the second from the hook to the loop, ss to the first VP, ss to sb bases) x 3 times.

Palms (2 parts)

Black thread.

1 row: 2 VP, 3 sbn in the second loop from the hook – this is the basis. Turn knitting

row 2: fingers: (3 VP, ss to the second loop from the hook, ss to the first VP, ss to sb bases) x 3 times.

Tail

When changing the color of the thread, do not cut the thread, but lay it inside the part.

Black thread.

1 row: 6 sc in amigurumi ring (6)

2 row: (2 sc, increase) x 2 times (8)

3 row: (1 sc, increase) x 2 times (12)

4 row: (5 sc, increase) x 2 times (14)

5 row: (6 sb, increase) x 2 times (16)

(red thread)

6 row: (4 sb, increase) x 3 times, 1 sb (19)

7 row: (4 sb, increase) x 3 times, 4 sc (22)

8 row: (4 sc, increase) x 4 times, 2 sc (26)

9 row: 26 sc (26)

(white thread)

10 row: 26 sc (26)

( black thread)

11-12 rows: 26 sbn each (26)

(red thread)

13-15 rows: 26 sbn each (26)

(white thread)

16 row: decrease, 24 sb (25)

(black thread)

17 row: decrease, 23 sb (24)

18 row: decrease, 22 sb (23)

(red thread)

19 row: 23 sb (23)

20 row: decrease , 21 sc (22)

21 row: decrease, 20 sc (21)

(white thread)

22 row: 21 sc (21)

(black thread)

23 row: (decrease, 5 sc) (18)

24 row: 18 sc ( 18)

(red thread)

25 row: (decrease, 4 sbn) x 3 times (15)

26-27 rows: 15 sbn each (15)

Fill with filler.

In all the following rows, make 1 decrease to 6 sbn, and then close the hole.

In order for the tail to bend sideways, you need to either insert a wire frame into it and bend it, or knit several columns with 1 crochet on one side instead of sbn – then the row height will increase and the tail will take a curved shape (for example, knit in 9, 13, 15 rows: 5 sbn, 5 st.n., 16 sbn (26))

Body (red thread)

1 row: 35 ch

2 row: sc in the second loop from the hook, 33 sc (34). Rotate knitting.

3-33 rows: runway, 34 sbn, after each row turning knitting.

You should get a rectangle. Prepare the wire for the frame, as in the photo.

Mark the middle of the smaller sides. Fold each corner of this rectangle in half and carefully sew the edges to the marked point. Insert wire cage. Fill with filler. Sew up the hole.

The body can be used both along (then the raccoon will be slender) and across (the raccoon will be fat). I like plump raccoons better.

Puziko (white thread)

1 row: 4 in

2 row: 1 sc in the second loop from the hook, 1 sc, 3 sc in the first loop, then we knit on the other side – 1 sc, 2 sc in the last loop (8)

3 row: increase, 1 sc, 3 increments, 1 sc, 2 increments (14)

4th row: (2 increments, 1 sc, 2 increments, 2 sc) x 2 times (22)

5 row: (9 sc, 2 increments) x 2 times (26)

6-7 rows: sbn (26)

Sewing the belly to the body, fill it with filler.

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