Amigurumi Purple Monster Free Pattern

#amigurumi #freepattern #freepatternamigurumi #crochettoppattern #crochet #crochetpattern #amigurumimonster #crochetmonster

What does amigurumi means?
The word Amigurumi comes from Japanese. The Japanese call handicrafts knitted with crochet and needle as Ami. The Japanese call the toys that are filled with objects such as fibers or cotton as Nuigurumi. The word Amigurumi is derived as a combination of these two words.

Amigurumi knitting techniques are very easy. You can find many handcrafts prepared with these techniques on my site. What is Amigurumi for beginners in Amigurumi handwork? How to knit amigurumi? In this blog, where you can find the answers to the questions with pictures, you will be able to learn about Amigurumi in all details.

I share in this blog are amigurumi cats, amigurumi dogs, amigurumi fish, amigurumi unicorn, amigurumi penguins, amigurumi parrot, amigurumi giraffe, amigurumi pigs, amigurumi bunnies, amigurumi cows, amigurumi sheeps, amigurumi bees, amigurumi dolls, amigurumi snakes, amigurumi mice, amigurumi elephants, amigurumi pumpkins, amigurumi pandas, amigurumi owls, amigurumi cartoon characters, amigurumi twetters, amigurumi caterpillars and more …

Also I’m sharing new amigurumi free patterns every day.
Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Monster
I want to give you some informations about this pattern;

Free amigurumi patterns are on this site for you. In this article, I shared the amigurumi cute monster pattern for you.

You will need:
1.YarnArtBaby yarn color 635 – 2 skeins of 50 g each (160 m) and color 560 – 1 skein 50 g

(160 m), white or milk yarn 25 gr.

  1. Hook number 2

3.Needle with a large eye for sewing on parts

4.Filler

5.Felt for the face (white, brown, red)

6.Sewing threads in the color of felt and needle

  1. Black thread for outlining the eyelet, nose, mouth

Abbreviations:
Sc – single crochet

Inc – incraise (from 1 sc, knit 2 sc)

Dec – decrease (from 2 sc knit 1 sc)

Working process:
Let’s start with the most difficult and crucial moment. Head-neck and body, I knit in one piece, it will not be very convenient to start knitting the body from a tight neck. BUT!

There are a lot of pluses, you don’t need to sew all this separately later, the details are very tight, the head does not dangle from side to side. So, let’s begin.

Head-Neck-Body:
1 p: in ring 6 sc (6 sc)

2 p: inc * 6 (12 sc)

3 p: (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18 sc)

4 R: (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24 sc)

5 p: (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30 sc)

6 p: (4 sc, inc) * 6 (36 sc)

7 p: (5 sc, inc) * 6 (42 sc)

8 p: (6 sc, inc) * 6 (48 sc)

9 p: (7 sc, inc) * 6 (54 sc)

10 p: (8 sc, inc) * 6 (60 sc)

11 p: (9 sc, inc) * 6 (66 sc)

12 p: (10 sc, inc) * 6 (72 sc)

R13-22: 10 rows unchanged (72 sc)

23 p: (11 sc, inc) * 6 (78 sc)

24 p: (12 sc, inc) * 6 (84 sc)

24 p: (13 sc, inc) * 6 (90 sc)

25 p: (14 sc, inc) * 6 (96 sc)

26-29 R: 4 rows unchanged (96 sc)

30 p: (dec, 14 sc) * 6 (90 sc)

31 p: (dec, 13 sc) * 6 (84 sc)

32 p: (dec, 12 sc) * 6 (78 sc)

33 p: (dec, 11 sc) * 6 (72 sc)

34 p: (dec, 10 sc) * 6 (66 sc)

35 p: (dec, 9 sc) * 6 (60 sc)

36 p: (dec, 8 sc) * 6 (54 sc)

37 p: (dec, 7 sc) * 6 (48 sc)

38 p: (dec, 6 sc) * 6 (42 sc)

39 p: (dec, 5 sc) * 6 (36 sc)

Moving on to the neck.

40 r: we knit 36 sc for the front wall.

41 p: (5 sc, inc) * 6 (42 sc)

42 p: (6 sc, inc) * 6 (48 sc)

43 p: (7 sc, inc) * 6 (54 sc)

44 p: (8 sc, inc) * 6 (60 sc)

45 p: (9 sc, inc) * 6 (66 sc)

45 p: (10 sc, inc) * 6 (72 sc)

47 p: (11 sc, inc) * 6 (78 sc)

48 p: (12 sc, inc) * 6 (84 sc)

49 p: (13 sc, inc) * 6 (90 sc)

50 p: (14 sc, inc) * 6 (96 sc)

51-55 R: 5 rows unchanged (96 sc)

56 p: (dec, 14 sc) * 6 (90 sc)

57 p: (dec, 13 sc) * 6 (84 sc)

58 p: (dec, 12 sc) * 6 (78 sc)

59 p: (dec, 11 sc) * 6 (72 sc)

60 p: (dec, 10 sc) * 6 (66 sc)

R 61: (dec, 9 sc) * 6 (60 sc)

62 p: (dec, 8 sc) * 6 (54 sc)

63 p: (dec, 7 sc) * 6 (48 sc)

64 p: (dec, 6 sc) * 6 (42 sc)

65 p: (dec, 5 sc) * 6 (36 sc)

66 p: connect the neck with 40 p. For the back walls of the hinges. Leave a little space, fill in the neck and knit the rest of the loops. WE DO NOT TAKE A HEAD!

We begin to knit the body.

67 p: (5 sc, inc) * 6 (42 sc)

68 p: (6 sc, inc) * 6 (48 sc)

69 p: (7 sc, inc) * 6 (54 sc)

70 p: (8 sc, inc) * 6 (60 sc)

71 p: (9 sc, inc) * 6 (66 sc)

72 p: (10 sc, inc) * 6 (72 sc)

73 p: (11 sc, inc) * 6 (78 sc)

74 p: (12 sc, inc) * 6 (84 sc)

R 75-86: 12 rows unchanged (84 sc)

R 87: (13 sc, inc) * 6 (90 sc)

88-93 R: 6 rows unchanged (90 sc)

94 p: (14 sc, inc) * 6 (96 sc)

R 95-102: 8 rows unchanged (96 sc)

103 p: (15 sc, inc) * 6 (102 sc)

104 p: (16 sc, inc) * 6 (108 sc)

105 p: (17 sc, inc) * 6 (114 sc)

106 p: (18 sc, inc) * 6 (120 sc)

107-110 p: 4 rows unchanged (120 sc) – fill the head tightly.

111 p: (dec, 18 sc) * 6 (114 sc)

112 p: (dec, 17 sc) * 6 (108 sc)

113 p: (dec, 16 sc) * 6 (102 sc)

114 p: (dec, 15 sc) * 6 (96 sc)

115 p: (dec, 14 sc) * 6 (90 sc)

116 p: (dec, 13 sc) * 6 (84 sc)

117 R: (dec, 12 sc) * 6 (78 sc)

118 p: (dec, 11 sc) * 6 (72 sc)

R 119: (dec, 10 sc) * 6 (66 sc)

120 R: (dec, 9 sc) * 6 (60 sc)

121 R: (dec, 8 sc) * 6 (54 sc)

122 p: (dec, 7 sc) * 6 (48 sc)

123 p: (dec, 6 sc) * 6 (42 sc)

124 p: (dec, 5 sc) * 6 (36 sc)

125 p: (dec, 4 sc) * 6 (30 sc)

126 p: (dec, 3 sc) * 6 (24 sc) – fill tightly.

127 p: (dec, 2 sc) * 6 (18 sc)

R 128: (dec, 1 sc) * 6 (12 sc)

129 p: dec * 6 (6 sc)

130 p: pull off all loops, fasten the thread and hide.

An ear.
Luntik has 4 ears, each consisting of 1 half of light threads and 1 half of dark threads:

We knit 4 dark and 4 light ones, we connect them together with single crochet columns, we tie them. We knit the ears not in a circle and back and forth. WE KNIT AS I WRITE, so that the edges are smooth.

2 ch., In 1 loop 3 sc (3 sc)

1 p: inc, sc, inc (5 sc)

2 p: inc, 2 sc, inc, 1 sc (7 sc)

3 p: inc, 4 sc, inc, 1 sc (9 sc)

4 p: inc, 6 sc, inc, 1 sc (11 sc)

5 p: inc, 8 sc, inc, 1 sc (13 sc)

6 p: inc, 10 sc, inc, 1 sc (15 sc)

7-14 p: 8 rows unchanged (15 sc)

15 p: dec, 10 sc, dec, 1 sc (13 sc)

16 p: dec, 8 sc, dec, 1 sc (11 sc)

17 p: dec, 6 sc, dec, 1 sc (9 sc)

18 p: dec, 4 sc, dec, 1 sc (7 sc)

19 p: dec, 2 sc, dec, 1 sc (5 sc)

We knit all the ears and connect them slightly at the top of the bend, be guided by the photo. On one, on each side, we leave the thread for sewing.

Handles (2 parts):
We knit the way it is written for me, without changing anything:

1 p: in ring 6 sc (6 sc)

2 p: inc * 6 (12 sc)

3 p: (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18 sc)

4 R: (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24 sc)

5 p: (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30 sc)

6 p: (4 sc, inc) * 6 (36 sc)

7 p: (5 sc, inc) * 6 (42 sc)

8-12 p: 5 rows unchanged (42 sc)

13 p: 40 sc, dec (41 sc)

14 p: 39 sc, dec (40 sc)

15 p: 38 sc, dec (39 sc)

16 p: 37 sc, dec (38 sc)

17 p: 36 sc, dec (37 sc)

18 p: dec, 33 sc, dec (35 sc)

19 p: dec, 31 sc, dec (33 sc)

20 p: dec, 29 sc, dec (31 sc)

21 p: dec, 27 sc, dec (29 sc)

22 p: dec, 25 sc, dec (27 sc)

23 p: dec, 23 sc, dec (25 sc)

24 p: dec, 21 sc, dec (23 sc)

25 p: dec, 19 sc, dec (21 sc)

26 p: dec, 17 sc, dec (19 sc) – fill and shape.

R 27-36: 10 rows unchanged (19 sc)

Join the edges and tie sc, leave the thread for sewing. Similarly we knit the second handle.

Fingers (8 pcs):
1 p: in ring 5 sc (5 sc)

2 p: inc * 5 (10 sc)

3-10 p: 8 rows unchanged (10 sc)

Fasten the thread, leave for sewing. Fill tightly.

Sew 4 fingers to the hand (if you wish, you can make 5 fingers).

Legs (2 parts):
1 p: in ring 6 sc (6 sc)

2 p: inc * 6 (12 sc)

3 p: (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18 sc)

4 R: (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24 sc)

5 p: (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30 sc)

6 p: (4 sc, inc) * 6 (36 sc)

7 p: (5 sc, inc) * 6 (42 sc)

8-11 p: 4 rows unchanged (42 sc)

12 p: dec, 19 sc, dec, 19 sc (40 sc)

13 p: 1 row unchanged (40 sc)

14 p: dec, 18 sc, dec, 18 sc (38 sc)

15 p: 1 row unchanged (38 sc)

16 p: dec, 17 sc, dec, 17 sc (36 sc)

17 p: 1 row unchanged (36 sc)

18 p: dec, 16 sc, dec, 16 sc (34 sc)

19 p: 1 row unchanged – change the thread to dark (34 sc)

20 p: dec, 15 sc, dec, 15 sc (32 sc)

21 p: dec, 14 sc, dec, 14 sc (30 sc)

R 22-26: 5 rows unchanged (30 sc)

27 p: (dec, 3 sc) * 6 (24 sc) – fill tightly and shape.

28 p: 1 row unchanged (24 sc)

29 p: (dec, 2 sc) * 6 (18 sc)

30 p: (dec, 1 sc) * 6 (12 sc)

31 p: dec * 6 (6 sc)

32 p: pull off all loops, hide the thread.

We knit the second foot in the same way.

Mark a circle with a diameter of 4 cm from above, cast on 32 sc in a circle and knit them 10 rows without changes. Fasten the thread and leave for sewing. With the thread, form fingers, 2 ties on each foot. Hide the threads.

Spots:
1 large:

1 p: in ring 6 sc (6 sc)

2 p: inc * 6 (12 sc)

3 p: (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18 sc)

4 R: (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24 sc)

5 p: (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30 sc)

6 p: (4 sc, inc) * 6 (36 sc)

7 p: (5 sc, inc) * 6 (42 sc)

8 p: (6 sc, inc) * 6 (48 sc)

9 p: (7 sc, inc) * 6 (54 sc)

10 p: (8 sc, inc) * 6 (60 sc)

11 p: (9 sc, inc) * 6 (66 sc)

Fasten the thread, leave for sewing.

4 medium – 3 per head and 1 per belly:
1 p: in ring 6 sc (6 sc)

2 p: inc * 6 (12 sc)

3 p: (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18 sc)

4 R: (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24 sc)

5 p: (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30 sc)

Fasten the thread, leave for sewing.

2 smaller per belly:
1 p: in ring 6 sc (6 sc)

2 p: inc * 6 (12 sc)

3 p: (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18 sc)

4 R: (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24 sc)

Fasten the thread, leave for sewing.

2 small ones per belly:
1 p: in ring 6 sc (6 sc)

2 p: inc * 6 (12 sc)

3 p: (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18 sc)

Fasten the thread, leave for sewing.

At this stage, everything is ready for assembly))))

I think that sewing on ears, arms and legs should not be difficult, everything is simple there. We outline all the spots:

Sew clockwise, for each column:

The height of our Luntik is 40 cm:

Now the main thing is the muzzle. I understand that the word “felting” causes some terrible feelings in you, so we tie the eyes, and the mouth can be cut out of felt (red and black, you can buy it in stationery, sold 1 leaf each) and sew on.

Eyes base (2 parts):
With a white thread, we collect 5 ch., We begin to knit from 2 loops from the hook:

1.4 sc, 1 ch. (for a reversal, we end each row like this)

2.4 sc, 3 sc in 1 loop, 3 sc, 1 ch.

3.3 sc, inc * 3 times, 4 sc, 1 ch.

4.4 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 4 sc, 1 ch.

5.5 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 4 sc, 1 ch.

6.5 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 5 sc, 1 ch.

7.5 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 6 sc, 1 ch.

We tie the bottom sc, leave the thread for sewing:

Pupil (2 parts)
Cast on 4 ch with black thread. close in a ring:

1.3 ch. and in the ring we knit 12 dc, sl-st (12 dc)

2.1 ch. in each dc, knit 2 sc (24 sc)

Leave thread for sewing:

Flare (2 parts):
Cast on 4 ch. With white yarn, close in a ring and tie 11 sc into it, leave the thread for sewing:

We collect the eyes into a single whole, focusing on the picture, we make small highlights with 3 stitches:

Sew the eyes into place, also clockwise for each column:

We outline the eyebrows like a tilted rectangle and embroider it with a dark thread:

We embroider the nose:

We draw a mouth on a piece of paper, cut it out, apply it, if you like it, then cut it out of felt and sew it on:

Amigurumi African Violet Flowerpot Egg Free Pattern Amigurumi Baby Bear Free Pattern Amigurumi Bear Amigurumi Bear Free Pattern Amigurumi Bull Amigurumi Bull Free Pattern Amigurumi Bully Banana Free Pattern Amigurumi Bunny Amigurumi Cat Amigurumi Cat Free Pattern Amigurumi Dog Amigurumi Elephant Amigurumi Flower Amigurumi Frog Amigurumi Girl Amigurumi Lina The Doll Free Pattern Amigurumi Monkey Amigurumi Monster Amigurumi Monster Free Pattern Amigurumi Orange Tailed Elephant Free Pattern Amigurumi Penguin Amigurumi Pinki Bunny Free Pattern Amigurumi Pink Monster Free Pattern Amigurumi Ray Bull Free Pattern Amigurumi The Frog with Huge Eyes Free Pattern Amigurumi The Monkey In Bikini Free Pattern Bear Crochet Bear Crochet Bull Crochet Bunny Crochet Cat Crochet Dog Crochet Elephant Crochet Flower Crochet Frog Crochet Girl Crochet Monkey Crochet Monster Crochet Penguin Dog Elephant Flower Frog Girl penguin

Author: admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *