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Amigurumi Orange Dog Free Crochet Pattern

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

sc Legend:

KA – amigurumi ring (magic ring)

sc – single crochet

ch – air loop

Inc – Incibavka

Dec – Decavka

sl-st – connecting post

Required materials and tools:

1. Hook that matches your outfit.

2. YarnArt JEANS in any colors you choose. I have number 85 main and

No. 28 for the nose. For the panties, colors No. 52, 60, 35 were used. For the Panama hat

No. 16, 75, 35.

3. A little black or dark brown thread to decorate the muzzle. Take it 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 of YarnArt JEANS for embroidery, it will look on the face of the Deco. You can divide it.

4. Filler.

5. Eyes on a secure mount 10 mm, or Incisive, or adhesive (beads,

half a piece of beads – your choice).

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

7. Strong thread for tightening.

8. Needle for incising parts, scissors, pins, marker thread.

9. Button for the strap.

Upper legs

1st row: 6 sc in KA

Row 2: 6 Inc = 12

Rows 3-17: = 12 sc

We stuff a little only the lower part of the paws. Fold in half and inc knit 6 sc

behind both walls. We fasten the thread and cut it.

We will tie the paws.


We dial 5 ch, from the second loop from the hook we knit:

1st row: Inc, 2 sc, 4 sc in 1 loop, 2 sc, Inc = 12

Row 2: 2 Inc, 2 sc, 4 Inc, 2 sc, 2 Inc = 20

3-4 rows: 20 sc

5 row: 10 Dec

Fasten the thread and cut it.

You can lightly fill your nose now, or later. His

we will get involved.


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 knit the nose.

Row 19: 19 sc, (1 sc, Inc)*6, 5 sc with 5

nose loops, (Inc, 1 sc)*6, 18 sc = 78

Row 20: 37 sc, 5 sc across the remaining

nose loops, 36 sc = 78

Lightly fill the nose, if not filled


Rows 21-30: 78 sc

If you use eyes on a safe mount, then install them

at this stage. Between rows 17 and 18.

Between installation locations 6-8 sc. I have

7 sc. Center the eyes relative to


Take felt circles. Carefully, so that there is no wrinkle left, fold it in half and make small cuts, moving it slightly from the center to the edge.

Turn the circles and do

perpendicular cuts (resulting in a crisscross pattern). We insert into them

eyes and secure them in the canvas.

Later, after completing the tightening, felt

can be carefully fixed with glue.

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 excess

diligence 

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

3-4 rows: 9 sc

Row 5: 4 sc, Inc, 4 sc = 10

Rows 6-11: 10 sc


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

Rows 7-23: 36 sc

Row 24: (4 sc, Dec)*6 = 30

Row 25: 30 sc

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

Row 27: 24 sc

Row 28: (2 sc, Dec)*6 = 18

Rows 29-31: 18 sc

Fold the piece in half, inc knit together on both sides 9 sc. A thread

fasten, cut, leaving a small section for Incising to


Lower legs

1st row: 6 sc in KA

Row 2: 6 Inc = 12

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

4-5 rows: 18 sc

Row 6: 3 sc, 6 Dec, 3 sc = 12

Row 7: 12 sc

change the color to green No. 52

Row 8: 12 sc

We knit the next row using the back half loops:

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 it, leaving a length of about 30

cm. We do not cut the second one. We fold

the paws are next to each other and we determine the degree of “clubfoot” of the future toy.

We knit a few on the second foot

additional columns to the connection point, to the inside (I have this

7 sc, your bias degree may

different from mine).

We return to the first foot and Inc. knit the same number of additional stitches. We do this so that the legs are the same in height. Now we can fasten the thread and cut it short. We decorate the marker threads.

Using the first paw, we count back the number of additional columns you added, increased by 2 times.

In my case it is 14. This is the junction of the first leg with the second. We check

symmetry, placing the paws towards each other

each other’s connection points.


We stuff the body tightly, in a knitting process.

We knit a chain of 3 chains and connect the paws.

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 the row =


We put a marker thread.

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

3rd row: 60 sc

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

Rows 5-7: 66 sc

in rows 8 and 9 we knit a tail.

8 row: 62 sc, then 5 sc along with

ponytail, catching 1 loop of the next row = 66

We place the marker in the 9th row after the 66th loop,

The loop count does not change.

Please note that your offset

The stitches used in knitting may vary.

Place the ponytail in the center at the back.

Row 9: = 62 sc, 5 sc across remaining

tail loops, also, grabbing 1

stitch next row = 66

For convenience, marker thread can be

pull out and install again, before

the first loop of the 10th row (after the 4th loop along

tail). The tail can be lightly stuffed and

If desired, place Incoloka inside. I Incosto lightly stuffed it with filler

Row 10: 66 sc

In the 11th row we change the color to light green, No. 60. We will knit 2 sc as

usually, 2 sc under the loops of the previous one

row. Repeat until the end of the 11th row.

11 rows: 66 sc

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

Row 13: 60 sc

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

In the 15th row we change the color to yellow, No. 35.

We will also knit, 2 sc as usual, 2

sc under the stitches of the previous row. Repeat until the end of the 15th row.

Row 15: 54 sc

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

Row 17: 48 sc

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

change the color to orange, No. 85 and knit in the back half loops

Row 19: 42 sc

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

21-23 row: 36 sc

In the 24th row we will knit the upper legs.

Stuff the main part of the body quite tightly, but not completely. Leave about

1 cm to Inci tying your paws

it was comfortable and the filler didn’t get in

between the columns. ОInce we divide the places of tying strictly on the sides: 6 each

sc together with paws, 12 sc between them.

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

Row 24: 8 sc, 6 sc with foot, 12 sc, 6 sc with foot, 4 sc = 36

Row 25: 36 sc

Row 26: (4 sc, Dec)*6 = 30

Row 27: (3 sc, Dec)*6 = 24

We knit a few more columns (at

I got 1 sc and sl-st in the next loop) and

We fasten the thread at the back center of the back.

Leave about 50 cm for Incising

heads. Remove the marker thread. We stuff the part tightly until the end. If you incise your head, don’t forget to knock in

neck filler. For convenience you can

fix the head with the body with knitting needles.


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

There are 6 dots on the muzzle.

Let’s separate the middle of the muzzle. It is convenient to do this by inserting the thread,

needle or needle down from the center of the nose. Place marks between rows 29 and 30. Between pins 2-3 sc.

Between the 18th and 19th rows we mark 4 more points from the outer and inner

corners of the eyes. From the inner corners, this is the beginning and end of the knitted spout. Between internal and external points 2 sc

Insert the needle into point 1, leave

the end of the thread is about 25-30 cm, we bring it out at point 2. Then to point 3,

output at point 6.

We insert the thread so that it is under the eye and felt

circle, pull, tie

for 2 knots. Without cutting the thread, enter

to point 6, output at point 5, then to point 4, output at point 1.

Tighten, tie for a couple

nodes We thread the threads inside the head.

The last knot and the insertion points and

you can remove the threads carefully

Lubricate 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

semicircle. We measure the part and attach it to

spread 2-3 rows down from the mouth tightening.

We fix the middle of the area slightly below the edges. When sewing, the thread tension should be moderate. Don’t tighten too much. We bring the middle thread to the back of the head (in the KA) and back

through any adjacent column. I threw a small stitch from the center of the ring through the row to the inside of the head. You can repeat it again.

We make the stitch tightly, but do not tighten it. The thread goes inside the head

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 drawstrings, they will be invisible there.

We design panties

At this stage, we will tie the bottom of the legs with green stitches and

top with yellow flowers

We tie the trouser legs along the remaining half-loops of the 9th row, holding the toy with its legs towards you. We tie the top of the panties along the remaining half-loops of the 19th row, holding the toy with its legs away from you.

We don’t break the thread, we immediately tie the strap with a chain of air loops. With my knitting density it turned out to be 23 loops. Let’s secure it

diagonally sl-st for the binding, leave about 50-55 cm and cut it. We pull the same thread through the button, bring the thread back to the beginning of knitting

straps. We make a couple of knots and tie the ends inside the toy.

Incising the ears

We incise the ears after the 12th row from

tops of heads. The distance between the ears is 26 loops. That is, 13 loops to each side from the center of the muzzle.

So that your ears don’t puff up,

lightly moisten them with water (with a sponge or from a spray bottle), incicolate them with pins and leave until

completely dry for approximately 12 hours.

If desired, you can embroider eyebrows, “folds” above the cheeks and a stripe with a thin black thread.

nose to mouth.

Panama (flat bottom)

The Panama hat is knitted like for Monya Incyanikov, only without holes for the ears.

We knit with ticks, NOT TIGHT, from top to bottom.

Consider your density. You may need more

hook number. Incrementally measure the knitting process, adjust the desired

ch Decin at his own discretion. I changed the colors, you can knit a plain Panama hat, from sectionally dyed or melange Incyazhka.

1st row: 6 sc in KA

Row 2: 6 Inc = 12

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

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

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

Row 6: (2 sc, Inc, 2 sc)*6 = 36

Row 7: (4 sc, Inc, 1 sc)*6 = 42

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

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

Row 10: (2 sc, Inc, 6 sc)*6 = 60

Row 11: (4 sc, Inc, 5 sc)*6 = 66

Row 12: (6 sc, Inc, 4 sc)*6 = 72

13th row: 72 sc for the back half loops (or concave columns

single crochet)

Rows 14-21: 72 sc

Row 22: (8 sc, Inc, 3 sc)*6 = 78

Row 23: (10 sc, Inc, 2 sc)*6 = 84

Rows 24-28: 84 sc

Try on your Panama hat, if you like the stitching, you can fasten the thread and cut it.

If necessary, the number of rows can be increased or decreased.

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