Amigurumi Raya The Baby Bear Free Crochet Pattern • The Art of Amigurumi

Amigurumi Raya The Baby Bear Free Crochet 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.

I share in this blog are amigurumi cats, amigurumi dogs, amigurumi fish, amigurumi unicorn, amigurumi penguins, amigurumi parrot, amigurumi giraffe, amigurumi pigs, amigurumi bunnies, amigurumi cows, amigurumi sheeps, amigurumi bees, amigurumi dolls, amigurumi snakes, amigurumi mice, amigurumi elephants, amigurumi pumpkins, amigurumi pandas, amigurumi owls, amigurumi cartoon characters, amigurumi twetters, amigurumi caterpillars and more …

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

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Bear baby Raya

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Materials:

YarnArt Jeans (55% cotton, 45% polyacrylic; 50g/160m).

Color mustard №84.

Yarn from Crochyaarn

Instruments:

Hook number 2 (If using a different yarn, pick up

appropriate hook size);

Screw eyes (on a secure mount) 8 mm – 2 pieces;

Spout on a safe mount 9*11 mm;

Needle for sewing;

Knitting marker;

Scissors;

Filler holofiber or sintepuh.

The height of the toy is + – 17 cm.

Abbreviations:

KA – amigurumi ring;

sc – single crochet;

pr – increase (two sc in one loop);

dec – decrease (knit two loops together);

(…) – the total number of loops at the end of the row;

(…) * n – repeat n times indicated in brackets.

Description:

Head:

1 row – 6 sc in KA

2 row – 6 inc (12)

3 row – (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18)

4 row – (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24)

5 row – (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30)

6 row – (4 sc, inc) * 6 (36)

7 row – (5 sc, inc) * 6 (42)

8 row – (6 sbn, inc) * 6 (48)

9 row – (7 sbn, inc) * 6 (54)

10 row – (8 sbn, inc) * 6 (60)

11 – 21 (11 rows) – 60 sc

22 row – (8 sbn, ub) * 6 (54)

23 row – (7 sbn, ub) * 6 (48)

24 row – (6 sc, dec) * 6 (42)

25 row – (5 sc, dec) * 6 (36)

26 row – (10 sc, dec) * 3 (33)

27 row – (9 sbn, ub) * 3 (30)

We fill, the thread is left long enough for sewing.

Muzzle:

1 row – 6 sc in KA

2 row – 6 inc (12)

3 row – (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18)

4 row – (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24)

5 row – (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30)

6 row – we knit behind the back wall 30 sc

Fasten the thread.

Leave enough length for sewing.

Ears x2:

1 row – 6 sc in KA

2 row – 6 inc (12)

3 row – (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18)

4-5 (2 rows) – 18 sc

Fold in half and knit 8 sc.

Fasten the thread and leave enough length for sewing.

Legs x2:

1 row – 6 sc in KA

2 row – 6 inc (12)

3 row – (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18)

4 row – (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24)

5 row – (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30)

6-8 (3 rows) – 30 sc

9 row – (3 sc, dec) * 6 (24)

10 row – (2 sc, dec) * 6 (18)

11-13 (3 rows) – 18 sc

Fill with a little filler.

Next, we stuff by knitting a row, but not to the very top.

14-18 (5 rows) – 18 sc

19 row – (1 sc, dec) * 6 (12)

Fold the leg in half and knit 5 sc.

We fasten the thread and leave it for sewing.

Paws x2:

1 row – 6 sc in KA

2 row – 6 inc (12)

3 row – (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18)

4 row – (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24)

5-9 (5 rows) – 24 sc

10 row – (2 sc, dec) * 6 (18)

11-14 (4 rows) – 18 sc

15 row – (4 sc, dec) * 3 (15)

We stuff the handle.

16 row – (3 sc, dec) * 3 (12)

17 row – (2 sc, dec) * 3 (9)

Fold the handle in half and knit 4 sc.

We fasten the thread and leave it for sewing.

Body:

1 row – 6 sc in KA

2 row – 6 inc (12)

3 row – (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18)

4 row – (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24)

5 row – (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30)

6 row – (4 sc, inc) * 6 (36)

7 row – (5 sc, inc) * 6 (42)

8 row – (6 sbn, inc) * 6 (48)

9-17 (9 rows) – 48 sc

18 row – (14 sc, dec) * 3 (45)

19 row – (13 sbn, ub) * 3 (42)

20 row – (12 sc, dec) * 3 (39)

21 row – (11 sc, dec) * 3 (36)

22 row – (10 sc, dec) * 3 (33)

23 row – (9sc, dec) * 3 (30)

24 row – 30 sc

We stuff.

We sew the parts together.

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