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Amigurumi

Amigurumi Pug Crochet Free Pattern

NOTES:

  • This pattern is worked in continuous rounds (do not join rounds unless specified)
  • Using the mentioned yarn, the Pug measures about 3 x 2.3 inches (8 x 6 cm)
  • If you would like a smaller or larger Pug, you can use a different yarn and a different hook size.

 

PUG CROCHET PATTERN INSTRUCTIONS:

 

EYES (x 2):


Using Black

R1: Magic ring, 6 ch in ring (6)

Break the yarn and leave a long strand.

Insert the safety eyes in the middle of the circles.

 

HEAD:

 

Using Black

R1: Magic ring, 6 ch in ring (6)

R2: * sc, 2sc * 3 times (9)

R3: * sc in next 2 st, 2sc * 3 times (12)

R4: even (12)

Change color (Sisal)

R5: * sc, 2sc * 6 times (18)

R6: * sc in next 2 st, 2sc * 6 times (24)

R7-10: 4 rows even (24)

Attach the eyes between R5 and R6

Hide one strand of each black circle into the head, and insert the other strand between R7 and R8. Bind the strands together inside the head

and tie with a knot.

R11: * sc in next 2 st, sc2tog * 6 times (18)

R12: * sc, sc2tog * 6 times (12)

R13: * sc, sc2tog * 4 times (8)

Break the yarn, insert stuffing and fasten off.

EARS (x 2):

 

Using Black

R1: Ch5, sc in 2° ch from hook, sc in next 3 st, turn (4)

R2: Ch1, even, turn (4)

R3: Ch1, skip 1° st, st in next 3 st, turn (3)

R4: Ch1, skip 1° st, sc in next 2 st, turn (2)

R5: Ch1, skip 1° st, sc in last st.

Break the yarn and leave a long strand.

Pass the thread on each ear’s top through the side of the ear.

Attach the ears to the head.

 

FRONT LEGS (x 2):

 

Using Sisal

R1: Magic ring, 6 ch in ring (6)

R2: * sc, 2sc * 3 times (9)

R3: Back loops only, even (9)

R4: * sc, sc2tog * 3 times (6)

R5-8: 4 rows even (6)

Break the yarn and fasten off.

Insert stuffing.

 

BODY:

 

Using Sisal

R1: Magic ring, 6 ch in ring (6)

R2: 2sc in each ch (12)

R3: * sc, 2sc * 6 times (18)

R4. * sc in next 2st, 2sc * 6 times (24)

R5: * sc in next 3 st, 2sc * 6 times (30)

R6-8: 3 rows even (30)

R9: * sc in next 3 st, sc2tog * 6 times (24)

R10: sc in next 18 st, sc in next 5 st of the first front leg, skip 1 st of the body, sc in next 5 st of the second front leg, skip 1 st of the body, sc

in next 2 st of the body (32)

R11-12: 2 rows even (32)

R13: * sc in next 3 st, sc2tog * 6 times, sc in next 2 st (26)

R14: * sc in next 2 st, sc2tog * 6 times, sc in next 2 st (20)

R15: * sc, sc2tog * 6 times, sc in next 2 st (14)

R16: even (14)

Break the yarn and leave a long strand.

Insert stuffing.

 

HIND LEGS (x 2)

Using Sisal

R1-4: same as front legs

R5: even (6)

Break the yarn and leave a long strand.

Insert stuffing.

TAIL:

Using Sisal

R1: Ch8, sc in 2° ch from hook, sc in next 2 st, 2sc, sc in next 3 st.

Break the yarn and leave a long strand.

 

ASSEMBLY:

 

– Attach the head to the body. 

– With a strand of Sisal, close the gaps between the body and the front legs.

– Attach the hind legs to the body.

– Attach the tail to the body.

 

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