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Amigurumi

Amigurumi Crochet Yasser Pigeon Free Pattern

Yasser Pigeon Crochet pattern

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Technique instructions
To make amigurumi toys, you work in a spiral, this means that the row doesn’t end in a slip
stitch, it just goes on in the next row.
So it is important to count your stitches or to mark the end or beginning of a row with a thread
or a stitch marker.
The stitches have to be close together or the stuffing will come through. If the holes between
the stitches are too big you can use a smaller hook or thicker yarn. However, if you use
thicker yarn, you’ll need more of it.
The thicker the yarn, the bigger the toy will be and the thinner the yarn, the smaller the toy
will be.
Stuffing
Fiberfill is perfect for stuffing, but it tends to shrink after a while. So put a lot of stuffing in the
toy. To stuff smaller parts you can use the back of a pencil or the back of a crochet hook or
anything else you have lying around.
Abbreviation of crochet stitches
American crochet terms
Chain: ch
Single crochet: sc
Slip stitch: sl st
Half double crochet: hdc
Double crochet: dc
Treble crochet: tr
Double treble crochet: dtr
Increasing
Crocheting several stitches in one stitch. E.g.: 3sc in 1
Decreasing
Crocheting several stitches together. E.g.: 2sc tog
The pattern
Bits that are between brackets have to be repeated. E.g.: (2sc, 2sc in 1) x 6, repeat the bit
between brackets 6 times.
The number between brackets at the end of the row gives the total of stitches in that row.
Tips
I find it easier to sew the arms, legs, tails onto the body before I stuff it, this way I can fasten
the ends at the inside of the body.
Leave a long piece of yarn at the end of, for example, an arm to sew the arm to the body.

Specifications
Size: 18 cm (7 inches)
Difficulty level: medium
Stitches used: ch, sl st, sc, hdc, dc, tr
Needed
2 mm crochet hook
Yarn: Annell Cotton 8:
White (43): leftovers
Black (59): leftovers
Dark grey (58): ½ ball
Light grey (57): 1 ball
Orange (03): ½ ball

Head and body
Start with dark grey
Ch 2
Row 1 6sc in first ch
Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)
Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)
Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)
Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)
Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)
Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)
Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)
Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)
Row 10 54sc
Row 11 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 4sc) x 6 (60)
Row 12-22 60sc
Row 23 (4sc, 2sc tog, 4sc) x 6 (54)
Row 24 54sc
Row 25 (7sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (48)
Row 26 48sc
Row 27 (3sc, 2sc tog, 3sc) x 6 (42)
Row 28 42sc
Row 29 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (36)
Row 30-36 36sc
Switch to light grey yarn
Row 37 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)
Row 38 42sc
Row 39 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)
Row 40 48sc
Row 41 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)
Row 42 54sc
Row 43 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 4sc) x 6 (60)
Row 44 60sc
Row 45 (9sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (66)
Row 46 66sc
Row 47 (5sc, 2sc in 1, 5sc) x 6 (72)
Row 48 72sc
Row 49 (11sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (78)
Row 50 78sc
Row 51 (6sc, 2sc in 1, 6sc) x 6 (84)
Row 52 84sc
Row 53 (13sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (90)
Row 54 90sc
Row 55 (7sc, 2sc in 1, 7sc) x 6 (96)
Row 56-67 96sc
Row 68 (7sc, 2sc tog, 7sc) x 6 (90)
Row 69-70 90sc
Row 71 (13sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (84)
Row 72 84sc
Row 73 (6sc, 2sc tog, 6sc) x 6 (78)
Row 74 78sc
Row 75 (11sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (72)
Row 76 72sc
Row 77 (5sc, 2sc tog, 5sc) x 6 (66)
Row 78 (9sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (60)
Row 79 (4sc, 2sc tog, 4sc) x 6 (54)
Row 80 (7sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (48)
Row 81 (3sc, 2sc tog, 3sc) x 6 (42)
Row 82 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (36)
Stuff
Row 83 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)
Row 84 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)
Row 85 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 6 (18)
Row 86 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (12)
Row 87 (2sc tog) x 6 (6)
Fasten off, thread through the front loops of the stitches of the last row and pull so
the hole closes.

Eye (make 2)
Start with black
Ch2
Row 1 6sc in first ch
Row 2 2sc in every sc, make the 7th and the 8th sc with white (12)
Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)
Switch to white yarn
Row 4-5 18sc
Fasten off, stuff and sew the eyes next to each other onto the head between rows 14
and 23.

Beak
With orange
Ch 2
Row 1 6sc in first ch
Row 2 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (9)
Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 3 (12)
Row 4 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (15)
Row 5 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 3 (18)
Row 6-9 18sc
Row 10 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (12)
Stuff, fold the beak in half and work as follows through both layers so the opening
closes: 1sc, 1dc, 1tr, 1dc, 1sc (5)
Sew the beak onto the head, right under the eyes.

Wing (make 2)
The wings are not stuffed
Start with light grey
Start with the long wing top
Ch 2
Row 1 6sc in first ch
Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)
Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)
Row 4-11 18sc
Fasten off.
Make the middle wing top from row 1 to row 9, fasten off.
Make the small wing top from row 1 to row 7, proceed as follows:
Row 12 9sc, proceed on the middle wing top: 9sc, proceed on the long wing top:
18sc, proceed on the middle wing top: 9sc, proceed on the small wing
top: 9sc (54)
Row 13-14 54sc
Switch to dark grey yarn
Row 15-17 54sc
Switch to light grey yarn
Row 18 (2sc tog, 22sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 2 (50)
Row 19-20 50sc
Switch to dark grey yarn
Row 21 (2sc tog, 20sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 2 (46)
Row 22-23 46sc
Switch to light grey yarn
Row 24 (2sc tog, 18sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 2 (42)
Row 25-26 42sc
Row 27 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (36)
Row 28-29 36sc
Row 30 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)
Row 31-32 30sc
Make 2sc, fold the wing in half and make 14sc through both layers closing the
opening. Fasten off and sew the wings onto row 43 of the body.

Foot (make 2)
Stuff as work progresses
With orange
Start with the middle toe
Ch 2
Row 1 6sc in first ch
Row 2-4 6sc
Row 5 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (9)
Row 6-9 9sc
Row 10 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 3 (12)
Row 11-14 12sc
Fasten off
Make the small toe from row 1 to row 11, fasten off.
Make a 3rd toe from row 1 to row 11, proceed as follows:
Row 15 6sc, proceed on the middle toe: 6sc, proceed on the small toe: 12sc,
proceed on the middle toe: 6sc, proceed on the 3rd toe: 6sc (36)
Row 16 36sc
If a hole appears between the toes, thread through it and pull so the hole closes,
making sure the stuffing doesn’t come through.
Row 17 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)
Row 18-19 30sc
Row 20 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)
Row 21 24sc
Row 22 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 6 (18)
Row 23 3sc, 3hdc, 1sc, leave the other stitches unworked (6)
The chain stitches in the next few rows are turning chains, these don’t count as a
stitch so you don’t have to make any stitches in them.
Row 24 1ch, turn, 1sc, 3hdc, 1sc (5)
Row 25 1ch, turn, 1sc, 4hdc, 2sc tog in the side and in the next sc of row 22 (6)
Row 26 1ch, turn, 1sc, 5hdc, 2sc tog in the side and in the next sc of row 22 (7)
Row 27 1ch, turn, 1sc, 6hdc, 2sc tog in the side and in the next sc of row 22,
proceed in the remaining stitches of row 22 as follows: 9sc, 2sc tog in the
next sc and in the side (18)
Row 28 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (12)
Row 29-35 12sc
Fasten off, sew the feet onto the body between rows 66 and 72 with 7 stitches in
between.

Tail
The tail is not stuffed
With light grey
Start with the first tail top
Ch 2
Row 1 6sc in first ch
Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)
Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)
Row 4-8 18sc
Fasten off
Make another tail top from row 1 to row 8 and proceed as follows:
Row 9 9sc, proceed on the 1st tail top: 18sc, proceed on the 2nd tail top: 9sc
(36)
Row 10 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)
Row 11-13 30sc
Row 14 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)
Row 15 24sc
Make 1sc, fold the tail in half and make 11sc through both layers closing the opening.
Fasten off and sew the tail onto the back of the body, onto row 69.

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