Amigurumi Dinosaur Tim and Hippo Alyosha Free Pattern

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Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Amigurumi Dinosaur Tim and Hippo Alyosha.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

The head, torso, arms and legs of a dinosaur and a hippo fit in the same way, the differences are in the details. To make knitted toys, the author used a 1.75 mm crochet hook and Alize Cotton Gold yarn.

For work you will need:

– Alize Cotton Gold yarn,
– Hook 1.75mm
– Safety eyes
– Buttons for decoration
– Black thread for embroidering eyebrows, nostrils and mouth
– Dry pastel for toning the ears of the hippopotamus and the area near the eyes (optional). Dry pastels can be replaced with colored pencils.
– Needle and scissors
– Filler

Legend:
KA – amigurumi ring
vp – air loop
p – loop
sc – single
crochet psn – half crochet
CCH – double crochet
ss – connecting post
pr – increase
ub – decrease

Head
1.6 sc in KA (6)
2. pr * 6 (12)
3. (1 sc, pr) * 6 (18)
4. (2 sc, pr) * 6 (24)
5. (3 sc, pr) * 6 (30)
6. (4 sbn, pr) * 6 (36)
7. (5 sbn, pr) * 6 (42)
8-10. 3 rows (42)
11. (6 sbn, pr) * 6 (48)
12-14. 3 rows (48)
15. (7 sc, pr) * 6 (54)
16-18. 3 rows (54)
19. (7 s6n, ub) * 6 (48)
20.48 sbn
21. (6 sbn, ub) * 6 (42)
22.42 sbn
23. (5 sbn, ub) * 6 ( 36)
24. (4 sc, dec) * 6 (30)
25. (3 sc, dec) * 6 (24)
26. (2 sc, dec) * 6 (18)
Stuff our head tightly.
27. (1 sbn, ub) * 6 (12)
We fix the thread. We cut it off.

Muzzle for a dinosaur
1. We collect a chain of 5 VP, from the 2nd loop from the hook: pr, 2 sbn, 4 sbn in the last loop, then on the other side of the chain: 2 sbn, pr (12)
2. pr * 2, 2 sc, pr * 4, 2 sc, pr * 2 (20)
3. (1 sc, pr) * 2, 2 sc, (1 sc, pr) * 4, 2 sc, (1 sc, pr) * 2 ( 28)
4. (1 sbn, pr) * 3, 3 sbn, (1 sbn, pr) * 5, 5 sbn, (1 sbn, pr) * 2 (38)
5-7. 3 rows (38)
Sew to the head, stuffing the muzzle a little.
We embroider nostrils, a smile.

Muzzle for a hippopotamus
1.6 sc in KA (6)
2. pr * 6 (12)
3. (1 sc, pr) * 6 (18)
4. (2 sc, pr) * 6 (24)
5. (3 sc, pr) * 6 (30)
6. (4 sc, pr) * 6 (36)
7. (5 sc, pr) * 6 (42)
8-10. 3 rows (42)
Sew to the head, stuffing the muzzle a little.
We embroider nostrils and a smile.

Ears for a hippopotamus
1.6 sc in KA (6)
2. (2 sc, pr) * 2 (8)
3. (3 sc, pr) * 2 (10)
4. (4 sc, pr) * 2 (12 )
5. (5 sc, pr) * 2 (14)
6. (6 sc, pr) * 2 (16)
7.16 sc
Fold the ear in half, knit ss, grabbing both walls.
Sew to the head.
Legs and body
We begin to knit from the legs, do not cut the thread on the second leg.
Knit with body color.

Legs (2 parts)
1.6 sc in KA (6)
2. pr * 6 (12)
3. (1 sc, pr) * 6 (18)
4-6. 3 rows (18)
Change the thread to the color of the jumpsuit / pants.
7.18 sbn behind the back wall of the hinges
8.18 sbn
9. (2 sbn, pr) * 6 (24)
10-14. 5 rows (24)

We start to connect the legs. We knit 6 sbn along the 2nd leg, 2 cp, attach to the 1st leg, knitting sbn, – this will be the 1st loop of the next row, then we knit 23 sbn, 2 sbn along the chain from cp, 24 cbn by 2- th leg + 2 sbn along the chain from VP (52)
16-19. 4 rows (52)
Next, we make decreases on the sides of the body, see that the decrease is exactly in the middle of the side on both sides. I got it like this:
20. 10 sc, dec, 24 sc, dec, 14 sc (50)
For the hippopotamus in the 21st row, change the thread to the color of the T-shirt and knit 50 sc for the back wall. For a dinosaur, we knit the 21st row, as usual, for both walls and do not change the thread.
21.50 PRS
We begin to fill, then we fill in the course of knitting.
22.10 sc, dec, 23 sc, dec, 13 sc (48)
23-24. 2 rows (48)
25.10 sc, dec, 22 sc, dec, 12 sc (46)
26-27. 2 rows (46)
28.10 sc, dec, 21 sc, dec, 11 sc (44)
29-31. 3 rows (44)
32.10 sc, dec, 20 sc, dec, 10 sc (42)
33-34. 2 rows (42)
35. (5 sc, dec) * 6 (36)
36.36 sc
37. (4 sc, dec) * 6 (30)
38.30 sc
39. (3 sc, dec) * 6 ( 24)
40.24
sb We fill to the end. Sew on the head.

Sleeves (for hippo)
Knit with the color of the T-shirt.
We collect 10 VP + 3 lifting loops.
From the 4th loop from the hook we knit 3 CCHs, then to the end of the chain we knit 4 CCHs in each loop.
Sew to the body. We sew it so that in the middle of the sleeve we sew the hand of the hippopotamus, and it is exactly in the middle.

Hands (2 parts)
1.5 sc in CA (5)
2. pr * 5 (10)
3. (4 sc, pr) * 2 (12)
4-13. 10 rows (12)
14.6 ss, 6 sbn (12)
15-22. 8 rows (12)
23.5 ub
Close knitting. We attach the hands to the body with a thread fastener.

Tail for dinosaur
1.4 sc in CA (4)
2. pr * 4 (8)
3.8 sc
4. (1 sc, pr) * 4 (12)
5-6. 2 rows (12)
7. (1 sbn, pr) * 8 (18)
8-9. 2 rows (18)

Scallop for dinosaur
20 VP + 1 p, in the 2nd loop from the hook we knit a report from sbn, psn, 3 ccn, psn, sbn, then 2 cc and repeat the report to the end of the chain.
At the end, we fix the thread, but do not cut it.
Sew the comb to the head.

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