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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 Guinea Pigs
I want to give you some informations about this pattern;
According to numerous requests from our readers, we have prepared a translation of the knitting pattern for guinea pigs Kati Galusz. The author tried to capture the animals in their first days of birth-charmingly awkward and cute helpless.
For knitted guinea pigs, the accumulated leftover yarn is perfect. They fit very quickly. For a day, you can knit a whole composition of multi-colored amigurumi pigs. Kids can decorate any gift, make key chains or sling beads out of them. In general, there are a lot of ideas, it remains only to pick up a yarn and a hook and start creating!
Have a nice day everyone! 🙂
Amigurumi guinea pig knitting pattern
Translation of the description of knitting by Valeria Luchenok.
bp – back post
sbn – single crochet
ssn – column with crochet
increase – knit 2 sbn in one loop
decrease – knit two loops together as 1 sbn
knob – several unfinished ssn made from one loop of the base and assembled with one loop into a common top.
[… ..] – N times – repeat from [to] N number of times
Head and body
We start knitting from the nose
1: 6 sc in the amigurumi ring
2: [increase, 1 sc] – 3 times (9)
3: [ raise, 1 sc] – 3 times, 3sc (12)
4: [1 sc, raise, 1 sc] – 3 times, 3 sc (15)
5: sc in each loop in a circle (15)
6: 5 sc, raise , 6 sc, increase, 1 sc, increase (18)
7: 13 sc, increase, 2 sc, raise, 1 sc (20)
8:14 sc, [knob of 4 sc, 2 sc] – 2 times (20)
9: 5 sc, decrease, 13 sc (19)
10 : sc in each loop in a circle (19)
If you are using eyes that screw on the inside, then it’s time to secure them. Place them between the 4th and 5th row at a distance of 6 sc from each other. If the leg of the eye is too long for a small head, use wire cutters and cut off a few mm. Stuff your head, make sure your nose is stuffed tight.
11: 6 sc, increase, 12 sc (20)
12: sc in each loop in a circle (20)
13: 4 sc, decrease, 2 sc, decrease, 10 sc (18)
14: 3 sc, decrease, 2 sc, decrease, 9 sc (16)
15: [decrease, 2 sc] – 4 times (12)
Fill the body with filler.
16: subtract 6 times (6)
Before stuffing the torso, see if your guinea pig can sit. If the nose outweighs forward, stuff the back of the body tighter and pull the knobs out a little so that the front legs stick out more. If this does not help, then you can put a weight in your tummy (although you always did without it).
Once you’ve made sure your pig’s balance is okay, secure the string and use the end of it to close the remaining hole.
Ears (2 parts)
Amigurumi ring, 2 pcs. 1 half-crochet, 2 sc, 1 half-crochet into the ring, 2 VP and half-single crochet into the ring. Cut off the yarn, leaving a long end to be sewn on. Pull the last loop on the crochet hook until knitting tightens. Sew the ears to the head.
Hind legs (2 parts)
1: 5 ch, sc in 2 from the hook to the loop and in the next 3 loops (4)
2: 1 in, turn, sc in each loop (4)
3: 1 ch, turn. Fold the piece in half. Connect the two sides of the part by knitting single crochet half-columns through the loops of one and the other side. (The stitch should not be tight, or the leg may curl.) Fasten the thread, leave a long end to sew the foot to the body.
Sew the hind legs on the sides of the body. The distance between the hind and forelegs should be approximately 1-2 rows.
Knitted amigurumi guinea pig is ready!
By combining yarn of different colors, you can impose spotty crumbs, as in the author’s photo.