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Amigurumi Soft Elephant Free Pattern

Hello dear Amigurumi Followers
Today we share one free amigurumi crochet pattern again for you. As you know we share new amigurumi free patterns every day. The main crochets are amigurumi gazelles, amigurumi bears, amigurumi pola, amigurumi pandas, amigurumi penguins, amigurumi giraffes, amigurumi llama, amigurumi pigs, amigurumi bunny, amigurumi clowns, amigurumi lambs, amigurumi bees, amigurumi unicorns, amigurumi dolls, amigurumi foxes, amigurumi penguins, amigurumi dinosaurs, amigurumi elephants, amigurumi hippos, amigurumi monkeys, amigurumi cats, amigurumi dogs and more …
Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Amigurumi Soft Elephant.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

Complexity: Below average
Working time: 2 hours
Materials: Plush yarn, Hook № 4, hollofayber, eyes plastic, needle with wide ear

Recently, “Marshmallow Toys” became very popular, that is, toys, connected from soft plush yarn, similar to air marshmallows, hence the name of the:)
I suggest you tie a cute marshmallow elephant.
I tried to make the description as simple and quick as possible in knitting.
The size of the finished toy 23-25 cm.
Manufacturing time 1, 5-2 hours.
I wish you a nice knitting and smooth eyelets:)

We will need:
Plush yarn-0.5 skein. It is possible to use any yarn (Himalaya Dolphin Baby, Kartopu Yumurcar, YarnArt Dolce, Kamtex Velur etc., also it is possible to knit from a yarn Alize Softy in one or in two threads).
Hook 3.5 or 4.
Filler Hollofayber or Synthepon.
Needle for stitching parts.
The eyes are nailed or stuck.
A thread similar in color to stitching parts.
Needle for stitching parts.

Legend.
VP-Air Loop
SS-Connecting Column
RVN is a non-lime column
Prib-Add
UB-Ubava

Head
Knit One detail (head + trunk), start knitting from the trunk. 
Fill the detail as knitting, the trunk is not filled.
1 row. 2 VP, 4 SBN in the second from the Hook Loop (4).
2-4 Series (3 rows) 4 SBN (4).
5th row. (Prib, 3 SBN) (5).
6th row. (Prib, 4 SBN) (6).
The 7th row. (Prib, 5 SBN) (7).
8-10 Series (3 rows) 7 SBN (7).
The 11th row. (Prib, 6 SBN) (8).
12 row. (Prib, 7 SBN) (9).
The 13th row. (Prib, 8 SBN) (10).
The 14th row. (1 SBN, Prib) * 5 (15).
15 row. (2 SBN, Prib) * 5 (20).
The 16th row. 12 SBN, 8 Prib (28).
The 17th row. 12 SBN (1 SBN, Prib) * 8 (36).
18-21 Series (4 rows) 36 SBN (36).
The 22nd row. (4 SBN, UB) * 6 (30).
23rd Row. (3 SBN, UB) * 6 (24).
24 row. (2 SBN, UB) * 6 (18).
The 25th row. (1 SBN, UB) * 6 (12)
We do the kill before closing the hole.
If the eyes on the retainer, insert them between the 14th and 15th rows (distance between them 2 SBN).

Ears (two parts)
1 row. 2 VP, 6 SBN in the second loop (6).
2nd row. 6 Prib (12).
3 row. (1 SBN, Prib) * 6 (18).
4th row. (2 SBN, Prib) * 6 (24).
5th row. (3 SBN, Prib) * 6 (30).6th row. (4 SBN, Prib) * 6 (36).
We push a few SS, cut off the thread, leave 10-15 cm.
The ears are pressed between the 17th and the 18th rows. Apply to the head of the party where finished knitting and where the end of the thread. We attach a semi-cotton or cotton knitting thread of similar color. Then buckle the end of the plush yarn into the depth of the detail (using a hook or needle with a large ear).

Legs + Body
Top legs two parts)
1 row. 2VP, 7 SBN in the second loop (7).
2-8 Series (7 rows) 7 SBN (7).
Fold the part in half, we touch 3 SBN (Close the hole). Do not fill!

Rear Legs (legs) 2 parts
1 row. 2 VP, 6 SBN in the second loop (6).
2nd row. 6 Prib (12).
3-7 Series (5 rows) 12 SBN (12).
Cut the thread.
Similarly knits the second part.
8 row. On the second part of a thread do not cut off, knit a chain of 3 EAP, then 12 SBN on the first leg, 3 SBN on the chain, 12 SBN on the second leg, 3 SBN on the back side of the chain. It turned out 30 SBN (30).
9-12 ranks. 30 SBN (30).
The 13th row. (4SBN, UB) * 5 (25).
The 14th row. 25 SBN (25).
15 row. (3 SBN, UB) * 5 (20).
16-17 Series (2 rows) 20 SBN (20).
18 row. (8 SBN, UB) * 2 (18).
19 row. 18 of the SBN. In this row we engage the front legs, put them in the places where they will be fastened and this place is put on with a paw. (18).
20 row. 18 SBN (18).
We push a few SS, cut off the thread, hiding in the depth of the detail.

Then we have a head!
Our Elephant is ready!
I wish everyone pleasant knitting and smooth eyelets.

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