Amigurumi Autumn Fox Free Pattern

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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 Autumn Fox.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

Charming knitted chanterelle in a dress and with a handbag. The author of the toy is Elena Klimova

To create a chanterelle we need:
1) YarnArt Jeans yarn in orange, black, white colors – for the fox itself, as well as beige, yellow, coral colors – for a dress and a handbag. You can choose any other yarn that is convenient for you.
2) Hook 2.0
3) Filling for toys
4) Eyes for toys or black beads
5) Needle for stitching the received parts
6) Threads Iris black for embroidering the muzzle
When using the above materials, the finished toy will be about 30-35cm tall.
We will knit our Chanterelle in the following way: arms, legs, tail and body will be a single piece. Therefore, if you want your toy to sit and bend its handles, then we fill the resulting parts only by 1/3. We will be guided by the change in the color of the yarn. We fill in the details as we knit just above the color transition level. All photos in the master class are clickable: click to enlarge. 

Legend: 

sc – single crochet
vp – air loop 
pr – increase (2sc in one loop) 
dec – decrease (2sc knitted together)


HAND (2 parts): 
We start knitting the part with black yarn: 
1 row: 6 sc in the amigurumi ring (6) 
2 row: 6 pr (12) 
3-7 row: 12 sc (12) 
8 row: (4sc, ub) x 2 times (10) 
9-13 row: 10 sc (10) 
Change the yarn from black to orange: 
14-41 row: knit 28 rows of 10 sc (10)
Cut the thread and fasten, leaving a small tip – 5 cm. 

TAIL :


We start knitting the part with white yarn:
1 row: 6 sc in a ring amigurumi (6)
2 row: 6 sc (6)
3 row: 6 pr (12)
4 row: 12 sc (12)
5 row: (1sc, pr) x 6 times (18)
6 row: 18 sc (18)
7 row: (2sc, pr) x 6 times (24)
8 row: 24 sc (24)
9 row: (3sc, pr) x 6 times (30)
10-14 row: 5 rows we knit 30sc (30)
Change the yarn from white to orange:
15-19 row: 5 rows we knit 30 sc (30)
20 row: (3sc, ub) x 6 times (24)
21-24 row : 4 rows we knit 24 sbn (24)
25 row: (2sbn, ub) x 6 times (18)
26-31 row: 6 rows we knit 18sc (18)
32 row: (1sc, ub) x 6 times (12)
33-38 row: 6 rows we knit 12 sc (12) Cut
and fasten the thread, leaving a small tip – 5 cm …

LEG (2 pieces):
Please note that we will not cut the thread on the right leg. We fill our legs only by 1/3 or 1/2, due to this, the Fox will be able to sit. 

We start knitting the part with black yarn:
1 row: 6 sc in the amigurumi ring (6)
2 row: 6 pr (12)
3 row: (1 sc, pr) x 6 times (18)
4-8 row: 5 rows of 18 sc (18)
9 row: (4 sc, dec) x 3 times (15)
10-14 row: 5 rows of 15 sc (15)
Change the yarn from black to orange:
15-44 row: 30 rows of 15 sc ( 15)
Cut and fasten the thread, leaving a small tip – 5 cm – RIGHT FOOT.
We knit the LEFT leg in the same way, BUT we do not cut the thread and do not fasten it. We will continue to knit the body from her! 

BODY:
It is necessary to put both legs with the color transition point up (photo 1). We knit on the left leg 3 sb. Further, from the left leg, tie a chain of 6 VP, attach the right leg at the bend of the front and rear parts (photo 2, 3), 15 PRS along the right leg, 6 PRS along the chain from VP (Photo 4), 15 PRS along the left leg, 6 PRS along the chain from VP (42) (photo 5). Now we install the marker and knit 42 sbn (photo 6). 

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1 row: (6sbn, pr) x 6 times (48).
2 row: (7sbn, pr) x 6 times (54).
3-5 rows: 54 sc (54).
6 row: 43 sbn, then 6 sbn capturing the tail loops (photo 7).
Now we rearrange the marker just behind the tail (photo 8).
7 row: 48 sc, then 6 sc along the tail (54) (photo 9)
The marker remains behind the tail.
8 row: (7sbn, ub) x 6 times (48)
9 row: (6sbn, ub) x 6 times (42)
10-14 row: 5 rows of 42 sbn (42)
15 row: (5sbn, ub) x 6 times (36)
16-25 row: 10 rows of 36 sc (36)
26 row: (4sc, ub) x 6 times (30)
27 row: 30sc (30)
28 row:(3sbn, ub) x 6 times (24)
29 row: 3 sbn, then 5 sbn grabbing the loops of the hand, 7 sbn, then 5 sbn grabbing the loops of the second hand, 4 sbn (24)
30 row: 3 sbn, then 5 sbn by hand, 7 sc, then 5 sc on the second hand, 4 sc (24)
31 row: 24 sc (24)
32 row: (2 sc, ub) x 6 times (18)
33-34 row: 18 sc (18). We stuff the body as we knit tightly enough, especially in the neck area. Cut the thread and fasten, leaving a long end for sewing on the head – 25-35 cm.

HEAD:

1. The head is knitted in a circle, without turns. At the end of each row, CC in the first stitch of the row.
2. Always make the first column in the same column where you did the SS.
3. The lift loop is not included in the post count.
4. In rows where knitting is in two colors, attach the new color not to the top of the column, but by knitting half of it with a new thread. Starting from the nose / muzzle ring with amigurumi white yarn:
Row 1: 8 sc in the ring. Pull the tail to close the ring. CC in the first loop of row
Row 2: 1vp
Remove the hook from the loop and place the marker on the post from which work will begin. Move the marker up as you knit. Continue row 2: sc in the next 4 sts, go to orange, sc in the next 4 sts, go to white, ss (8)

NOTE: knit row 2 as follows: 1vp, sc in a column where the SS was made, 3sc, finish the last (4th) sc with an orange thread (color change), 4 sc, finish the last (8th) sc with white thread ( color change again), skip ss and 1vp of the previous row, knit CC in the marked loop. Work in this manner.

Row 3: 1vp (see Figure 1), (1sbn, arr) – 2 times, switch to orange, (see Figure 2) (1sbn, arr) – 2 times, switch to white, SS (12)
Row 4: 1vp, 6sbn, go to orange, 6 sbn, go to white, SS (12)
Row 5: 1vp, (2sbn, surf) – 2 times, orange (2 sbn, surf) – 2 times, white, SS ( 16)
Row 6: 1vp, 8sbn, orange, 8sbn, white, SS (16)
Row 7: 1vp (see Figure 3), (3sbn, prib) – 2 times, orange, (3sbn, prib) – 2 times, white, SS (20)
Row 8: 1vp, 10sbn, orange, 10sbn, white, SS (20)
Row 9: 1vp, (sbn, prib) – 5 times, orange, (sbn, prib) – 5 times , white, SS (30)
Row 10: 1vp, 15sbn, orange, 15sbn, white, SS (30)
Row 11:1vp (2sbn, prib) – 5 times, orange, (2sbn, prib) – 5 times, white, SS (40) Cut the blunt thread, further knitting goes orange
Row 12: 1 ch (see Figure 4), 20sbn, (3sbn, arr) – 5 times, SS (45)
Row 13: 1 vp, 20sbn, (4sbn, arr) – 5 times, SS (50)
Row 14: 1vp, (4sbn, arr) – in a circle, SS ( 60)
Row 15-16: 1 vp, 60sbn, SS (60)
Row 17: 1vp, (5sbn, pr) – in a circle, SS (70)
Row 18-21: 1vp, 70sbn, SS (70)
Row 22 : 1vp, (5sbn, ub) – in a circle (60)
If you use ready-made eyes, then at this stage they can already be connected. Between the eyes 10sc, place them between 12 and 13 rows.
Row 23: 1vp, (13sbn, decreasing) – 4 times, SS (56)
Row 24: 1 vp, 56 sc (56)
Row 25: 1vp, (5sbn, decreasing) in a circle, ss (48)
Row 26: 1vp, 48sbn
Row 27: 1vp, (4sbn, decreasing) in a circle, ss (40 )
Row 28: 1vp, 40sbn, SS
Row 29: 1vp, (3sbn, decreasing) in a circle, SS (32)
Row 30: 1 vp, 32 sbn, SS
Row 31: 1 vp, (2sbn, decreasing) in a circle, SS (24)
Row 32: 1vp 24sbn Lightly
fill the muzzle and shape it with your fingers, giving the desired shape. Pay attention that the muzzle does not twist.
Row 33: 1vp, (sc, decreasing) in a circle, SS (16) Stuff in the head
Row 34: 1vp (decreasing) in a circle, SS (8)
Row 35:1vp, (decreasing) in a circle, SS (4)
Cut the thread.
Using a needle, pull 4sc, and hide the tip.

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EAR (2 parts):
Knit in a spiral, without CC and lifting loops. Orange yarn.


Row 1: 6sbn in the amigurumi ring.
Row 2: (2sbn, arr) in a circle (8)
Row 3: (3sbn, arr) in a circle (10)
Row 4: (4sbn, arr) in a circle (12)
Row 5: (5sbn, arr) in a circle (14)
Row 6: (6sbn, arr) in a circle (16)
Row 7: (7sbn, arr) in a circle (18)
Row 8: (8sbn, arr) in a circle (20)
Row 9: (9sbn, arr) in a circle (22)
Connect the edges of the ear and knit 11sc, capturing both halves. Leave the thread for sewing – 10 cm.

TRIANGLES on the ears (2 parts)
We knit a chain of 10 in white yarn. Knitting is done in rotary rows.
1 row: starting from the second loop from the hook we knit 9 sbn, 1 ch (9)
2 row: 1ub, 5 sbn, 1 kill, 1 ch (7)
3 row: 7 sc, 1 ch (7)
4 row: 1ub, 3 sc, 1 bn, 1 ch (5)
5 row: 5 sc, 1 ch (5)
6 row: 1 b, 1 sc, 1 ub, 1 ch (3)
7 row: we make a decrease from 3 loops. Cut and fasten the thread, leaving 10 cm for sewing.


NOSE:


We knit with black yarn.
1 row : 6 sc in amigurumi ring (6)
2 row: 6 prib (12)
3-4 row: 12 sc (12) Cut the
thread, fasten, leaving 10 cm for sewing.
Now you can collect the head. We sew white triangles on the ears, then we sew the ears themselves to the head. Sew on the nose. We embroider the muzzle. The head is ready!
If you are making a toy for a small child, then you can simply sew the head to the body (having previously stuffed the neck tightly). If the toy is for an older child, you can add a wire frame that connects the head and body to strengthen the neck and head. 

BAG:

We collect a chain of 21 VP.
1 row: starting from the 2nd from the hook of the loop we knit 19 sbn, 3 sbn into the last loop of the chain, 18 sbn, 2 sbn into the first loop of the chain (42)
2 row: 1 ave, 18 sbn, 3 ave, 18 sbn, 2 pr (48)
3 row: 48 sc for the back half loop (48)
4 – 16 row: 48 sc for both walls of the loop (48)
17 row: fold the bag in half, on each side we get 24 sc. Now we knit on one side 6 sbn, 16 VP (over 12 sbn), 6 sbn. Then we knit on the second side 6 sbn, 16 VP (over 12 sbn), 6 sbn.
18 row: 56 sb (56)
19 row: 56 ss (56).
Cut the thread, fasten and hide. 

THE DRESS:

We knit the dress in two colors: primary and secondary. We start knitting with the main color. Knitting is done in rotary rows. We collect a chain of 35 VP.
1 row: starting from the 2nd from the hook of the loop we knit 34 sbn, 1 VP of lifting (34)
2 row: 30 sbn, 3vp (over 2 sbn), 2 sbn, 1 vp (32)
3 row: 2sbn, 2sbn along the chain from 3 VP, 2SBN, 12VP (over 6 SBN), 10 SBN, 12 VP (over 6 SBN), 6 SBN, 1 VP (22)
4 row: 6 SBN, 12 SBN along the chain from VP, 10 SBN, 12 sc along the chain from VP, 6 SBN, 1 VP (46)
5-7 row: 46 SBN, 1 VP (46)
8 row: 42 SBN, 3 VP (over 2 SBN), 2 SBN, 1 VP (44)
9 row: 2 sbn, 2 sbn along a chain of 3 VP, 42 sbn, 1 VP (46)
10-16 row: 46 sbn, 1 VP (46)
Change the color of the yarn from the main to the additional one.
17-18 row: 46 sb, 1 ch (46)
Change the color of the yarn from additional to main.
19 row: we connect the edges of the dress and then we knit in a circle: (1sbn, pr) – in a circle (68)
20-28 row: 2 VP lifts, 1 PSN in the same loop, 67 PSN, 1 SS (68)
Change the color of the yarn from main to additional.
Row 29-31: 2 runways lifts, 1 pssn in the same loop, 67 pssn, 1 ss (68)
32 row: we process the edge of the dress as follows: (1 sbn, 1 run) – in a circle (68)
Cut the thread, fix and hide.
Now we decorate the dress and handbag as desired.

NOTE: the description of the dress and handbag is given for Chanterelle knitted from YarnArt Jeans yarn 150m in 50g, hook 2.0. The dress and handbag are knitted of the same yarn. Therefore, if you have a Chanterelle from a different yarn or a dress and a handbag from a different yarn, then you will have to select the initial number of loops that suits you.

Author: yönetici

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