Amigurumi Lamb Free Pattern

Amigurumi Lamb Free Pattern

The toy is knitted in a spiral (unless otherwise indicated). I knitted with half crosses. The body is knitted from the bottom up, the arms and legs are knitted. The head is one-piece knitted (with a muzzle), sewn to the body. The ears are sewn on.

When using the specified materials, the height of the finished

toys about 18-20 cm (depending on the method and density of your knitting)

* To mark the beginning of the row, use a special marker or thread contrasting color.

* The description contains a full description of the knitting process of the toy + intermediate photos of the details.

* The description does not contain crochet tutorials and is intended for those who have basic crochet skills.

You can dispose of toys created according to this description at your own discretion. When selling toys and publishing photos of finished works, I will be pleased if you indicate me as the author of the description.

Required materials and tools:

1. A hook suitable for your yarn (I knitted smooth No. 1.75mm, textured No. 2-2.5mm).

2. Filler.

3. Eyes on a secure mount (I used 6 mm) or sewn on, glued (beads, half beads – your choice)

4. A little black thread for embroidering the muzzle.

5. Needle for sewing on the head and ears.

You can use yarn of your choice. I chose “Children’s Novelty” from “Pekhorka” for the paws and muzzle, and “Cotton Grass” from

“Kamteks” (mint sheep), “Adelia Valeri” (pink). Suitable for the fluffy part of “Nako Paris”, “Alize Softy”, “Adelia Sofia” and any textured yarn that is not too different in thickness from the companion. And for paws and

muzzles can be taken “YarnArt JEANS”, “Alize Cotton Gold”, “Gazzal Jeans” –

any similar yarn from semi-cotton, cotton, acrylic. Colors can be used by combining both close and contrasting ones.

Legend:

MR – amigurumi ring

SC – single crochet

İNC – increase

DEC – decrease

(…)*X – repeat X times indicated in brackets

the number after the = means the number of stitches in the row

HANDS and LEGS – 2 parts each

We knit from smooth yarn.

We fill only the lower part of the arms and legs.

1 row: 6 SC in MR

2nd row: 6 İNC. = 12

3 row: (1 SC, İNC) * 6 = 18

4 – 6 rows: 18 SC

7 row: (1 SC, DEC) * 6 = 12

8 row: 12 SC

9 row: (2 SC, DEC) * 3 = 9

10 – 23 rows: 9 SC – handles

10 – 27 rows: 9 SC – legs

Fold in half, bind off by knitting 4 sc.

EARS (2 parts)

We knit from smooth yarn.

1 row: 6 SC in MR

2nd row: 6 İNC. = 12

3 row: (1 SC, İNC) * 6 = 18

4 – 10 rows: 18 SC

11 row: (1 SC, DEC) * 6 = 12

Fold in half and knit together 6 sc. Then fold in half again and grab with a needle.

HEAD

We start the muzzle with smooth, then from textured yarn.

We stuff in the course of knitting.

Smooth yarn:

1 row: 6 SC in MR

2nd row: 6 İNC. = 12

3 row: (1 SC, İNC) * 6 = 18

4 row: (2 SC, İNC) * 6 = 24

5 row: (3 SC, İNC) * 6 = 30

6 row: (4 SC, İNC) * 6 = 36

7 row: (5 SC, İNC) * 6 = 42

8 – 14 rows: 42 SC

15 row: (5 SC, DEC) = 36

16 row: 36 SC

17 row: (4 SC, DEC) * 6 = 30

We turn to knitting with textured yarn (I change

hook from No. 1.75mm to No. 2mm or 2.5mm, depending on the yarn):

If you use eyes on a secure mount, then put them between the 17th and 18th rows (keep in mind that the section of the row with 6 increments forms the forehead of the lamb).

Between eyes (optional) 4-6 SC.

18 row: 12 SC, 6 İNC, 12 SC = 36

19 row: (5 SC, İNC) * 6 = 42

20 – 29 rows: 42 SC

30 row: (5 SC, DEC) * 6 = 36

31 row: (4 SC, DEC) * 6 = 30

32 row: (3 SC, DEC) * 6 = 24

33 row: (2 SC, DEC) * 6 = 18

34 row: (1 SC, DEC) * 6 = 12

34 row: 6 DEC

Close to the end, hide the thread inside the head.

BODY

We knit from textured yarn

We stuff in the course of knitting.

1 row: 6 SC in MR

2nd row: 6 İNC. = 12

3 row: (1 SC, İNC) * 6 = 18

4 row: (2 SC, İNC) * 6 = 24

5 row: (3 SC, İNC) * 6 = 30

6 row: (4 SC, İNC) * 6 = 36

7 row: (5 SC, İNC) * 6 = 42

8 – 15 rows: 42 SC

We knit the legs in the 8th (or 9th row, if desired), 4 SC together with the leg, 17 SC between the legs

16 row: (5 SC, DEC) * 6 = 36

17 row: 36 SC

18 row: (4 SC, DEC) * 6 = 30

19 row: 30 SC

20 row: (3 SC, DEC) * 6 = 24

21 row: 24 SC

22 row: (2 SC, DEC) * 6 = 18

23 – 24 rows: 18 SC

We knit the handles in the 24th row, parallel to the bottom ones (4 SC each with the leg, 5 SC between the legs).

25 – 27 rows: 18 SC.

Finish knitting at the back, in the middle of the back, leaving the thread for sewing on the head.

Sew the head to the body. From the bottom in front, sew on the loops on the border of the row with textured yarn (so that the head is slightly tilted forward).

Sew ears no higher than eye level, to your taste.

To knit the ponytail, I visually choose a place in the center of the back of the body, insert the hook into the fabric, pick up a chain of 7-8 air loops and return along the chain with half-columns with a crochet. I fasten both threads and hide the toy inside.

If you want, you can comb the body and head. I do it with Velcro. Your toy is ready!

If desired, you can decorate your sheep with additional accessories (ribbon, choker, headband, all kinds of flowers, etc.) or complement the image with items of clothing (hat, scarf, collar, vest, “solokha”, dress, skirt, etc.). P.)

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