Worry Pet Amigurumi Pattern, Printable pdf
This is a PATTERN for CROCHET ONLY!
All patterns are written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.
Originally published on Hooked by Kati blog, January 2020.
This pattern is a printable .pdf file, ready for instant download, ad-free, and in a professional format. This pattern is also available in a web-only, free format at www.hookedbykati.com.
Do not put this or any soft toy in a crib with a sleeping baby to reduce risks of suffocation.
Intermediate. Knowledge needed of chains (ch), slip stitch (sl st), single crochet (sc), increases and decreases. Knowledge of loop stitch is recommended.
- Scrap Yarn Ball, worsted weight acrylic, approximately 150 yds/ 3 oz, mixed yarns. For best results, use acrylic yarn only.
- G (4.00 mm) hook
- Two 24mm colored round-pupil safety eyes
- Polyfil stuffing
- Tapestry needle
- Bristled hairbrush
4” in diameter, after fluffing
Gauge is not important for amigurumi. Be sure to use the same hook throughout to ensure proportional size.
- Work in continuous rounds. Do not slip stitch unless otherwise specified by the pattern.
- Loop-st inc – Loop Stitch Increase: Work two loop stitches in same st.
- Loop-st – Loop stitch: Insert hook through st, loop yarn back to front over index finger, slide hook over nearside of loop, grab farside of loop and pull through st, yo, pull through both loops on hook, remove finger from loop.
- Loop-st dec – Loop Stitch Decrease: Insert hook through st, yo, pull through st, insert hook through st, loop yarn back to front over index finger, slide hook over nearside of loop, grab farside of loop and pull through st, yo, pull through both loops on hook, remove finger from loop.
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