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Amigurumi Pink Pork Free Crochet Pattern

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Today, the new daily crochet pattern Amigurumi Pink Pork Crochet Pattern, I want to give you some information about this pattern

Required materials and tools:

1. Hook that matches your outfit.

2. I have YarnArt JEANS No. 18 main, No. 78 for ears, hooves and snout, No. 90 and

No. 62 (or No. 1) for a swimsuit. For lifebuoy No. 35 and 77. You

You can always take any fabric, any colors you think are suitable.

3. For bangs, a small piece of acrylic tape of any color you choose. U

me “Children’s novelty” from “Pekhorka” milky color.

4. A little black or dark brown thread to decorate the muzzle. Take her

thinner than the main one from which you will knit a toy. I used “Lacy”

from “Pekhorka” No. 02 (black 280 m/50 g.) Do not use the entire thickness for embroidery

YarnArt JEANS, it will look great on the Deco face. You can divide it.

5. Filler.

6. Eyes on a 10 mm safe fastening, or Incisive, or adhesive (beads, half-beads – your choice).

7. White felt circles with a diameter of 15 mm for proteins.

8. Strong thread for tightening.

9. Incising needle, scissors, pins, marker thread, slicker or

Velcro for combing bangs.


KA – amigurumi ring (magic ring)

sc – single crochet

ch – air loop

Inc – Incibavka

Dec – y6avka

sl-st – connecting post

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

The number after the = sign means the total number of loops in the row


We start knitting with color No. 78

1st row: 5 sc in KA

Row 2: 5 Inc = 10

3rd row: 10 sc for back half loops

4th row: 10 sc

Change the color to No. 18

Rows 5-16 = 10 sc

We knit 1-2 more loops so that later,

Inc and In connection to the body, place of change

the color turned out to be on the inside.

Lightly stuff the handles, Incidentally

bottom part. Fold in half and inc knit 5 sc on both sides.

Fasten the thread and cut it. We will tie the paws.


We start knitting with color No. 78,

leave a piece of thread about 30 cm

1st row: 12 sc in KA

2nd row: (3 sc in 1 loop, 3 sc)*3 = 18

3rd row: 2 sc, (3 sc in 1 loop, 5 sc)*2,

3 sc in 1 loop, 3 sc = 24

from the wrong side we thread the parts into

needle the piece of thread left after

set of loops, and incrow several stitches in a circle along 1 row in order to tighten the ring tighter and we don’t have any left


4th row: 24 loops with concave columns

single crochet (or 24 sc for back half loops)

5 row: 24 sc

change the color to number 18

Row 6: 24 sc

Row 7: 12 Dec= 12

fasten the thread and cut


Knit in light pink color (No. 18)

1st row: 6 sc in KA

Row 2: 6 Inc = 12

Row 3: (1 sc, Inc)*6 = 18

Row 4: (2 sc, Inc)*6 = 24

Row 5: (3 sc, Inc)*6 = 30

Row 6: (4 sc, Inc)*6 = 36

Row 7: (5 sc, Inc)*6 = 42

Row 8: (6 sc, Inc)*6 = 48

Row 9: (7 sc, Inc)*6 = 54

Row 10: (8 sc, Inc)*6 = 60

Rows 11-12: 60 sc

Row 13: (9 sc, Inc)*6 = 66

Rows 14-18: 66 sc

In the next row we will knit the cheeks

and tie in a patch.

We find the vertex opposite to the side with the end of the nose knitting. She is at

we will be riding. AboutIncederate and celebrate

2 central loops on top. When knitting a patch in the 19th row they will be 3 and 4

loops of 6 Piglet turn the top away from you.

Row 19: 18 sc, (1 sc, Inc)*6, 6 sc with 6 nose loops, (Inc, 1 sc)*6, 18

sc = 78

Row 20: 36 sc, 6 sc across the remaining

nose loops, 36 sc = 78

Lightly stuff the nose.

Rows 21-30: 78 sc

If you are using peepholes on a safe

mount, then install them on this

stage. Between rows 17 and 18. Between installation locations 7-8 sc (center

eyes relative to the nose).

We take felt circles, carefully so that there is no wrinkle left, fold them in half and make small cuts, shifting them slightly from the center to the edge.

We turn the circles and make perpendicular cuts (the result is a crisscross pattern). We insert eyes into them and secure them in the canvas.

Later, after tightening, the felt can be carefully fixed


Row 31: (11 sc, Dec)*6 = 72

Row 32: (7 sc, Dec)*8 = 64

Row 33: (6 sc, Dec)*8 = 56

Row 34: (5 sc, Dec)*8 = 48

Row 35: (4 sc, Dec)*8 = 40

Row 36: (3 sc, Dec)*8 = 32

Row 37: (2 sc, Dec)*8 = 24

We fill the head tightly, but without unnecessary zeal 

Keep in mind that there will be tension. We fasten the thread and insert it inside.


1st row: 6 sc in KA

Row 2: (1 sc, Inc)*3 = 9

3rd row: 9 sc

Row 4: (2 sc, Inc)*3 = 12

Row 5: (3 sc, Inc)*3 = 15

Row 6: (4 sc, Inc)*3 = 18

Row 7: (2 sc, Inc)*6 = 24

Row 8: (3 sc, Inc)*6 = 30

Row 9: 30 sc

Row 10: (3 sc, Dec)*6 = 24

Row 11: (2 sc, Dec)*6 = 18

Row 12: (1 sc, Dec)*6 = 12

Row 13: 1 sc, fold in half, inc knit 6 sc on both sides of the eyelet

Fasten the thread, leave about 45-50 cm

for Incising, trimming.


We start knitting with color No. 78

1st row: 6 sc in KA

Row 2: 6 Inc = 12

3rd row: 12 sc for back half loops or

concave single crochets

4 row: 12 sc

change the color to number 18

Rows 5-8: 18 sc

Row 9: (1 sc, Inc)*6 = 18

Row 10: 18 sc

Row 11: (2 sc, Inc)*6 = 24

Row 12: 24 sc

We temporarily fix the thread on the first leg

and cut, leaving about 20 cm. On the second

don’t cut it yet. We put the parts side by side and determine the degree of displacement of the loops. The places where the thread color changes should be facing each other and

slightly shifted back. On the first leg, the displacement turned out as needed,

for the second I Inc. knitted an additional 4 sc. Please note that your degree of bias may differ from mine. In this case, adjust the number of additional columns in your own way.

We also knit 4 sc on the first leg. We do this so that the details

were the same in height. Now we can fasten the thread and cut it short. We decorate the marker threads. We count by the first paw

back The number of additional columns you added (in my

case it is 4). This is the junction of the first part with the second.


If you are knitting a striped swimsuit, then the marker thread can be omitted.

use. It will be easy to navigate the changing colors. But with

plain swimsuit or made of melange or section-dyed yarn

It’s better to use a marker.

We stuff the body tightly, in the knitting process.

Incinly we connect the red color of the swimsuit thread No. 90, cut off the pink one. We knit a chain of 3 chains, connecting the legs

1st row: 24 sc on the first leg, 3 sc

along the chain of ch, 24 sc in the second

leg, 3 sc on a chain of ch.

Total number of loops in a row = 54

Row 2: (8 sc, Inc)*6 = 60

Now and in the future we will alternate colors every 2 rows. We change

color to white (I have 62).

3rd row: 60 sc

Row 4: (9 sc, Inc)*6 = 66

change to red color

Rows 5-6: 66 sc

change to white color

Rows 7-8: 66 sc

change to red color

Rows 9-10: = 66 sc

change to white color

11th row: 66 sc,

Row 12: (9 sc, Dec)*6 = 60

change to red color

Row 13: 60 sc

Row 14: (8 sc, Dec)*6 = 54

change to white color

Row 15: 54 sc

Row 16: (7 sc, Dec)*6 = 48

change to red color

Row 17: 48 sc

Row 18: (6 sc, Dec)*6 = 42

change to white color

Row 19: 42 sc

Row 20: (5 sc, Dec)*6 = 36

change to red color

21st row: 36 sc

Row 22: (4 sc, Dec)*6 = 30

change to white color

Row 23: 30 sc

In the 24th row we will knit the upper legs. Stuff the main part of the body

quite tight, but not completely. Leave about 1 cm to allow for tying

the paws were comfortable for you, and the filler did not get between the posts. OIncedivide the knitting places strictly on the sides: 5 sc together with the paws, 10 sc between them

In the 24th row we will knit the upper legs. Stuff the main part of the body

quite tight, but not completely. Leave about 1 cm to allow for tying

the paws were comfortable for you, and the filler did not get between the posts. OIncedivide the knitting places strictly on the sides: 5 sc together with the paws, 10 sc between them.

Taking into account my offset, I ended up with this:

Row 24: 8 sc, 5 sc with foot, 10 sc, 5 sc with foot, 2

sc = 30

change the color to the body color, No. 18

Row 25: 30 sc

Row 26: (3 sc, Dec)*6 = 24

Row 27: 24 sc

Knit a few more stitches (at

I got 2 sc and sl-st in the next loop) and

fasten the thread at the back center of the back.

Leave about 50 cm for Incising the head. Remove the marker thread (if you

used). Pack the part tightly until

end. When incising your head, don’t forget to add filler to your neck. For

For convenience, you can fix the head to the body with two knitting needles.

Incish your head.


Let’s form the mouth and eye parts using a stretcher. Mark with pins on

6 points on the muzzle.

Let’s separate the middle of the muzzle. This

It is convenient to do this by placing the thread, knitting needle or needle down from the center of the nose. Place marks between rows 29 and 30.

Between pins 2 sc. These are points 1

and 6.

Between the 18th and 19th rows we also mark

4 points (2, 3, 4, 5) from the outer and inner corners of the eyes as much as possible

close to every installed


Insert the needle into point 1, leave

the end of the thread is about 25-30 cm, we bring it out

at point 2. Next to point 3, we output

at point 6.

We insert the thread so that it is under the eye and the felt circle, pull it together, and tie it with 2 knots. Without cutting the thread, insert it into point 6,

output at point 5, then to point 4, output at point 1. Tighten, tie a couple of knots, and tie the threads inside the head. Last knot and places

The input and output of the threads can be carefully lubricated with universal translucent glue. I have a “Crystal Moment”

Lower city

Leave a piece of thread about 30 cm, put 6 sc in the KA, and tighten it. Leave a length of about 40-45 cm, cut the thread. We got a part close in shape to a semicircle. Incrementally measure the part, fasten it at a distance of 2-3 rows down from the mouth tightening. Middle of the City fic

moderate. Don’t tighten too much. The middle thread (left by Inc.

loops in the KA) we bring it to the back of the head in any place at a distance of a row from the center of the KA and make a stitch through the row to the center of the KA inside the head. You can repeat it again. We make the stitch tightly, but do not tighten it. Thread Incidentally

inside the toy with a few tangling stitches.

Using the second piece of thread, we fix both edges of the frame. We make stitches up and

back. We bring it to the place where the nose is tied (between 18 and 19 rows). Thanks to the tightening, they will be invisible there.

Incising the ears

The upper part of the ears is incised at the level

between 9 and 10 rows from the crown. The distance between the ears along the 10th row is 30 loops,

(I counted increments as 2 loops). That is

14 loops to each side from the center of the muzzle.


We will knit the tail directly from the body of the toy.

ОIncedevide a place, insert a hook and dial 7-8 ch. Let’s go back and knit

2 sc in each ch chain. We get to

base, tie a couple of knots and

We thread the threads inside the toy.

Using a thin dark thread we embroider the eyebrows and

nostrils If desired, you can tint the cheeks, heel and ears


For details, it is better to use acrylic

Incidentally. It combs easily.

I attached the hairs in the front semicircles 1

and 2 rows of tassels on the scarf.

10-12 segments are enough.

OIncedivide the length of the section before combing.

If necessary, cut the length to

at this stage. Haircut after combing

it will look ugly and unnatural

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