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Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Amigurumi Rainbow Hippo.
I want to give you some informations about this amigurumi free pattern ; Rainbow Hippo.
Knitted toy –
Knitted toy amigurumi in the form of all
known hippos can be used
like a key chain, Christmas tree toy, pendant on
bag or car mirror.
You will need: MAGIC yarn (50% Wool, 50% acrylic, 490 m / 100 g, in two addition) – 50 g of pink and turquoise
flowers, hook No. 3, a needle with a large eye
for sewing, long needle for sewing
lapok, two eyes, filler (sintepon or
Amygurumi ring: this is the way to start
circular knitting, allowing you to get in
the center of the detail is a dense circle of RLS. On
the left index finger, do
ring, from it you will untie one loop, from
her – the second and so on.
Then tie in this ring the right amount of RLS (usually 6) so that the short
The “tail” thread remained free. Pull this “tail”, tightening the loop.
Amigurumi Rainbow Hippo Free Pattern
1st row – engage 6 RLS in an amigurumi ring. Then knit in a spiral, not closing the rows.
For convenience, the first loop of the row can be marked with a thread of contrasting color.
2nd row – in each 2nd column of the previous row, engage 2 RTS = 9 RLS.
3rd row – knit smoothly.
4th row – evenly add 3 RTS = 12 RLS.
5-10th series – knit exactly. Fill the resulting part with filler. Then
tie another 1 row.
11th row – knit 2 RLS together. Tear off the remaining hinges. Tie 2 pieces.
Knit the first three rows, as for the front legs + 1 more row without the increase.
1st row – engage 6 RLS in an amigurumi ring. From the 2nd to the 10th rows, knit smoothly. On
at the end of the tail we make a brush.
1st row – dial 6 VP, in the 3rd loop from the hook and further to the end of the chain (except last loop), fasten 1 RLS. In the last loop, engage 3 RLS, expand knitting and on the other side knit 3 RLS in the loop of the chain and 2 RLS in the last loop = 12 sc.
2nd row – 2 scs in one loop of the 1st row, 3 scs, (2 scs in one loop) x 3 times, 3 scs, (2
RLS in one loop) x 2 times = 18 sc. Next, we begin the adjustments to form the foot.
3rd row – 6 sc, 2 sc, together, 1 sc, 2 sc, together, 7 sc = 16 sc.
4th row – 5 sc, 2 scs together, 1 sc, 2 sc, together, 6 sc = 14 sc.
5th row – 4 sc, 2 sc, together 1 sc, 2 sc together, 5 sc = 12 sc.
6th row – 12 sc.
7th row – 5 sc, 2 scs from one loop, 1 sc, 2 scs from one loop, 4 sc = 14 scs.
8th row – 2 SSN, SSN, 2 SSNs from one loop, SSN, 2 SSN, 7 SSN = 15 bars. Have
the second paw knits first 7 RLS, and then the “figured” part.
9th row and 10th row – knit exactly. Fill the part with filler.
11th row – reduce every 3rd RTS = 10 RLS.
12th row – tie all RLS pairs in pairs = 5 scs. Tear off the remaining hinges.
The first two rows of muzzle knit by describing the first two rows of hind paw.
3rd row – add 6 loops, placing them above the additions of the previous row, between
increments knit by 1 sc = 24 sc.
4th row – add 6 loops, placing them above the additions of the previous row, between
increments knit by 2 sc = 30 sc.
5th row – add 6 loops, placing them above the additions of the previous row, between
add 3 cms of scars = 36 scs.
6-10th row – knit smoothly.
11th row – 2 scs together, 2 scs together, 10 sc, 2 scs together, 2 scs together, 18 sc = 32 RLS.
12th row – 2 PBN, 10 RLS, knitting unfold.
13th row – 1 VP for lifting, 10 RLS, knitting unfold.
14th row – 1 VP for lifting, 10 RLS, knit unfold.
15th row – 1 VP for lifting, 2 scs together, 6 sc, 2 scs together, knit unfold.
16th row – 1 VP for lifting, 8 RLS, knit unfold.
17th row – 1 VP for lifting, 2 scs together, 4 scs, 2 scs together, knit unfold.
18th row – 1 VP for lifting, 6 sc. Again, move to knitting in a circle.
19th row – 7 RLS on the side of the tie, 22 RLS above the bars
faces, 7 RLS on the side, 6 RLS = 42 RLS.
20-23th series – we knit directly.
Then knit the back of the head. To do this, perform 5 decreases for a number: reduce every 8thmcolumn 5 times, 5 times – every 7th column, 5 times – every 6th column, etc., until will remain 5-6 columns. Do not forget to fill your head with filler in the process of knitting.
For expressiveness, perform the mummy-troll “suspender”. For this, mentally mark the location of the eyes and mouth. Insert a strong thread into the long needle and several times, sew the head in the directions of the left eye – the mouth – the right eye – the mouth – left eye and then in the same order. Sew ears and eyes.
1st line – dial 7 VP. Starting from the 3rd loop from the hook, tie in 5 RLS, the last VP tie 3 RLS, turn knitting and knit on the second side of 4 RLS, and in the last loop is 2 sc = 14 sc.
2nd row – 2 RLS in the first RLS of the previous series, 4 RLS, 2 RLS in each of the RLS of the previous series, 4 scs, 2 scs each in each of the previous scorecards = 20 scs.
3rd row – 1 sc, 2 sc in one loop, 4 sc, (2 sc in one loop, 1 sc) x 2 times, 2 sc in one loop, 1 SSN, 2 SNOs in one loop, 2 SSNs, 2 SNOs in one loop, 1 SSN, 2 SSNs in one loop one loop, 1 sc, 2 sc in one loop = 28 bars.
4th row – 1 sc, 2 sc in one loop, 6 sc, 2 scs in one loop, 2 sc, 2 sc in one loop, 1 RLS, 1 SSN, 2 SSNs in one loop, 1 SSN, 1 SSN, 2 SNOs in one loop, 2 SSNs, 2 SSN in one loop, 1 SSN, 1 SSN, 2 SSNs in one loop, 1 SSN, 1 SPN, 2 SPNs in one loop, 1 RV = 36 columns. Next, join the RLS.
In the 5th and 6th rows, complete 4 additions above the additions of the previous row with
the side where there are various stakes. Accordingly, in the 5th row there will be 40
RLS, and in the 6th – 44 RLS.
7-9th series – knit straight. Then start making reductions.
10th row – half of the row (22 СБН) knit directly, for the remaining 22 RLS evenly
Reduce 5 loops = 39 sc.
11-12th series – knit smoothly.
13th row – knit, as the 10th row = 34 sc.
14-15th series – knit exactly.
16th row – knit, as the 10th row = 29 sc.
17-18th series – knit exactly.
19-th row – knit, as the 10th row = 24 sc.
20-25th series – knit smoothly. The length of the trunk can be changed depending on the amount
Sew your head to the torso. Paws can be sewn tight so that they are
motionless, or you can take a long needle and sew it through. Sew tail.