Amigurumi Small Cute Kitten Free Pattern

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Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Amigurumi Small Cute Kitten.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

Description published with permission from Tatyana Yarkova. Further, the words of the author.

“Please do not distribute the description on other resources and among users! The sale of toys for commercial purposes is prohibited. When publishing the work, mention the author of the description. Any corrections in the description do not transfer the right, i.e. if you change several rows it does not make you the author of the “new” description.
Happy knitting!
Thanks!”

Legend:
KA – amigurumi ring
Sbn – single crochet
Bn – air loop
Pr – increase
Ub – decrease
… – sbn to the end of the row

Head
1) 6 sc in SC
2) 6 pr (= 12)
3) (1sc, pr) x 6 times = 18 sc
4) (2 pr, 4 sc) x 3 times = 24
5) (1 sc, 2 pr , 6 sc, 2 pr, 6 sc, 2 pr, 5 sc) = 30
6) (2 sc, 2 pr, 8 sc, 2 pr, 8 sc, 2 pr, 6 sc) = 36
36 sc can be knitted 1- 2 rows, you don’t have to knit (the expression of the muzzle, more elongated or more flattened, depends on this).
7) (3 PRS, 2 PR, 8 PRS, 2 PR, 14 PRS, 2 PR, 5 PRS) = 42
8) (3 PRS, PR, 2 PRS, PR, 10 PRS, 2 PR, 14 PRS, 2 PR , 7 PRS) = 48
9) (3 PRS, PR, 4 PRS, PR, 12 PRS, 2 PR, 14 PRS, 2 PR, 9 PRS) = 54
10) (3 PRS, PR, 6 PRS, PR, 10 PRS, 2 PR, 22 PRS, 2 PR, 7 PRS) = 60
11) (3 PRS, PR, 8 PRS, PR, 8 PRS, PR, 8 PRS, PR, 14 PRS, PR, 8 PRS, PR, 5 sbn) = 66
12-20) 66 sbn
21) (9 sc, dec) x 6 times = 60
22) (8 sc, dec) x 6 times = 54
23) (7 sc, dec) x 6 times = 48
24) (6 sc, dec) x 6 times = 42
25) (5 sc, dec) x 6 times = 36
26) (4 sc, dec) x 6 times = 30
27) (3 sc, dec) x 6 times = 24
28) (2 sc, dec) x 6 times = 18
29) (1 sbn, ub) x 6 times = 12
30) 6 ub = 6
I advise you to tighten the muzzle right away, it’s more convenient. Mark the place of the peephole, insert the needle and bring it out at the base of the neck in the middle. Repeat several times. 
The second eye is identical. Antennae – optional.

Ears
Cast on the head in a semicircle 28-30 sbn, knit 2-3 rows. Then make decreases after 1 sc until the hole is closed. Tie the second ear in the same way. 

Body 
Dial 18 sc on the bottom of the head. I do this: (6 sc, 3 sc, 6 sc, 3 sc). The first six loops will be for the belly. 
1-2) 18 sc 
3) (6 pr, …) = 24 
4) (1 sc, pr x 6 times, …) = 30 
5) (2 sc, pr x 6 times, …) = 36 
6) (5 sc, pr) = 42 
7-9) 42 sc 
10) (5 sc, dec) = 36 
11) (4 sc, dec) = 30 
12) (3 sc, dec) = 24 
13) (2 sc, dec) = 18 
14) (1 sbn, ub) = 12 
15) 6 ub.

Do the tail at your own discretion, as it is convenient for you. 
Upper paws 
1) 7 sc in SC 
2) 7 pr = 14 
3-5) 14 sc 
6) (5 ub, 4 sc) = 9 
7-10) 9 sc Fold in half and tie sc. 
Lower paws We collect a chain of 6 VP. We will knit on both sides of the chain, forming an oval: 
1) Pr into the second loop from the hook, 3 sbn, 3 sbn in one loop, 4 sbn = 12 
2) (2 pr, 3 sbn, 3 pr, 3 sbn, pr) = 18 
3) (1 sc, pr, 6 sc, 5 pr, 5 sc) = 24 
4-6) 24 sc 
7) 5 sc, (dec, 1 sc) x 6 times, 1 sc = 18 
8) 4 sc, 6 ub, 2 sbn = 12 
9) 3 sbn, 3 ub, 3 sbn = 9 
10-12) 9 sbn, close the loops.

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