Funnily enough, I’ve never had too much interest in 2D art like drawing or painting. I’m Ashley. Learn To Crochet This Beautiful Tunisian Leaf Stitch, How To Crochet A Round Lace Motif or Coaster, Pumpkin Granny Square – Crochet For Halloween, Easy To Make Hanging Angel Christmas Ornament, Halloween Crochet Pumpkin Pattern For Beginners, How To Crochet Reversible Spikes and Blocks Stitch. I also just think that amigurumi are really cute, and appreciate that they are relatively quick to make compared to the weeks-long projects that clothing items tend to be.
My husband was at a “meeting” that day so I was handing out candy on the porch by myself, wearing a tiny crocheted witch hat I had whipped up at the last minute.  is the number of stitches you have at the end.
Make another single crochet. Hi, what size head is this pattern for please?
I’m a college student based in Massachusetts with a deep love of books and creating things with my hands. You must Register or (8), Row 7: Sc2, inc, *Sc 4, inc. Repeat from * to last remaining 2 st, sc 2 (12), Row 9: Sc 3, inc, *sc 6, inc. Repeat from * to last remaining 3 stitches, sc 3. Slip to next stitch and finish off. Toggle navigation ... Row 7: Sc2, inc, *Sc 4, inc. Repeat from * to last remaining 2 st, sc 2 (12) Row 8: (Sc 5, inc) two times. Please do not use her photos when selling your finished items. So, if you know me, you know that I love Halloween. You can also use this method to crochet some unique lace patterns. Insert hook in next stitch, yarn over and pull up loop (3 loops on hook), yarn over and draw through all 3 loops on hook (Figure 2). An external decrease is worked at the beginning or end of a row, at the side edge. I hope I inspire you to make something beautiful and fun. Dandy Bee Makes is a crochet website offering free crochet patterns to the maker community. Invisible finish off and weave in ends, leaving a tail for sewing. I’m Julia, a yarn obsessed college student who drinks a little too much tea and reads anything and everything! Violet the Schoolgirl Doll is all done! The pattern calls for (SC2, SC inc) around  but I am stuck since I can't figure out the meaning of SC2 even after watching some videos and googling (I am just not sure if I understand it correctly/ there seem to be different interpretations?
Embroider pink lines one row below eyes (across two stitches) for blush. A password will be sent to your email address. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. Check out this wonderful video tutorial by Tamara Kelly of Moogly: Video Tutorial: How to Work Post Stitches into Single Crochet, Row 4: Sc 1, inc, *sc 2, inc. Repeat from * to last remaining st, sc 1.
( ch1 ) ( sc7 ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (7), Round 2: ( ch1 ) ( sc, inc )x7; ( sl st in 1st sc ) (14), Round 3: ( ch1 ) ( sc inc, sc1 )x7; ( sl st in 1st sc ) (21), Round 4: ( ch1 ) ( sc2, sc inc )x7; ( sl st in 1st sc ) (28), Round 5: ( ch1 ) ( sc1, sc inc )x1; ( sc3, sc inc )x6; ( sc2 ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (35), Round 6: ( ch1 ) ( sc4, sc inc )x7; ( sl st in 1st sc ) (42), Round 7: ( ch1 ) ( sc42 ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (42), Round 8: ( ch1 ) ( sc2, sc inc )x1; ( sc5, sc inc )x6; ( sc3 ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (49), Round 9: ( ch1 ) ( sc6, sc inc )x7; ( sl st in 1st sc ) (56), Round 10: ( ch1 ) ( sc56 ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (56), Round 11: ( ch1 ) ( sc3, sc inc )x1; ( sc7, sc inc )x6; ( sc4 ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (63), Round 1: ( ch3, dc in last st ) ( crossed double crochet )x31; ( skip ch3 and sl st in each of next 2dc ) (63), Round 2: ( ch1 ) ( sc63 ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (63), Round 3 – 5: ( ch1 ) ( sc63 ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (63); sc in each st around, Round 1: ( ch1 ) ( sc62 ) ( 2sc in last sc ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (64), Round 2: ( ch1 ) ( sc inc, sc1 )x32; ( sl st in 1st sc ) (96), Round 3: ( ch3, dc in last st ) ( crossed double crochet )x47; ( sl st in top of the ch3 and sl st in next dc ) (96), Round 4: ( ch1 ) ( sc96 ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (96), Round 5: ( ch1 ) ( sc96 ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (96), Round 6: ( ch1 ) ( sc2, sc inc )x32; ( sl st in 1st sc ) (128), Round 7: ( ch3, dc in last st ) ( crossed double crochet )x63; ( sl st in top of the ch3 and sl st in next dc ) (128), Round 8: ( ch1 ) ( sc128 ) ( sl st in 1st sc ) (128), For more step by step guidelines here is a video tutorial by YeJin, Can this be made with 100% cotton yarn like Peaches & Creme? (48), Row 22: Sc 4, inc, *sc 8, inc to last remaining 4 stitches, sc4. (16), Row 11: Sc 4, inc, *sc 8, inc. Repeat from * to last remaining 4 stitches, sc4.
I study classics in college, so I’m really excited to be able to reimagine 2000 year old characters in cute plushie form. The bottom of the eyebrow is 3 rows above the eye (and the top of the eyebrow is 4 rows above). If you refer to the diagram, you can see that the circle is split into 2 sections (A and B). Crochet hook – 4.0mm, Tape measure, Stitch Markers, Yarn needle, scissors. Back when we were still dating, one year on Halloween I was handing out candy like usual.
Important: Note that this pattern calls for a 2.5 mm hook (except for hair). Hi I'm Christina and I live in England. At first I was convinced that I could never learn how to make anything as complicated-looking as amigurumi, but the very next day I went to Michael’s and picked out my first crochet hook and ball of yarn. Finish off and weave in the end. This ensures an even distribution of firmness within the amigurumi. Apart from her, @amiguruku and @helloladyellie on Instagram are my favorite makers because of the sheer cuteness of both of their works. Thread yarn needle and weave in end.
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(in white) worked in turned rows until R7. The way I think of it, each stitch is like a pixel on a screen: the more pixels you have, the higher definition the screen ends up being!
For example, if you want to create a tapered top on a hat, you can use the sc2tog method to create a neat top portion. This hat is a truly unique one and I think you should definitely give it a try. Half of section A is to the left of the doll’s face, and the other half is to the right.
I’d love to try making a giant amigurumi out of super bulky yarn! Please do not resell, distribute, duplicate, or share this pattern in any printed or digital form, or claim this pattern as your own original design.