Amigo Henry Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern

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Material:

– Hayfield Bonus DK (280m / 100g) in orange, yellow, red, light/dark green, purple, burgundy,

royal blue;

– Patons 4-ply 100% crochet cotton (330m/100g) in white and black;

– YarnArt Lily (225m/50g) in black, white and burgundy;

– YarnArt Begonia (169m/50g) in brown and purple;

– Hook size: 3.5mm; 3.0mm; 2.0mm; 1.5mm and 1.0mm;

– Curved needle, tapestry/wool needles, sewing needle;

– Polyester filling.

Abbreviations (UK crochet terms):

Rd round

Row row

st(s) stitch(es)

ss slip stitch

ch chain

ch sp chain space

dc double crochet

htr half treble crochet

tr treble crochet

dtr double treble crochet

2-st dc dec 2 stitches double crochet decrease

BL back loop

[…] square brackets indicate a group of stitches to be worked in one place

*….* asterisks mark a section of instructions to be repeated

Crochet in Spiral Rounds:

Work the body, hands, feet, fingers, tail, ears, yellow face, sombrero cone in spiral rounds (do not

turn, do not join). Use a stitch marker or pin to mark the end of each round. Move the marker up

each time you finish a round.

Invisible Fastening Off:

For a smooth finish to a final round, simply break the yarn leaving an end long enough to sew with. Pull it through the loop of the last stitch. Thread it into a wool needle and take the needle under the two strands of the first stitch.

Then take it back into the last stitch to form a new stitch, or just pull it tight until it disappears.

Changing Colours in Continuous Rounds:

1. At the start of a round which is to be in a new colour, pull up a loop as if to make a double crochet in the old colour, but don’t pull through the second loop to complete the stitch, you should then have two loops on your hook.

Complete the double crochet by pulling through a loop the *new* colour. You have just made a double crochet which is half the old colour and half the new colour.

2. Continue double crochet with the new colour.

Closing the Hole of Remaining Stitches:

Once you have finished the final round there remains a small opening which you need to close.

1. Thread the yarn tail into a tapestry needle.

2. Insert the needle through the front loop of each stitch around the opening and pull the tail tight to close the hole.

To get rid of the bump, insert the needle through the middle of the ring you’ve created, and

bring it out 4-5cm away. Pull the yarn tight and the bump at the closed end will disappear, leaving

a nice smooth finish.

Finally, snip the end close to the surface, and the cut end will retract back inside the piece .

Slip/Magic Ring:

To make a slip ring form a loop with your yarn. You will need to loop the yarn around your

fingers so that the end attached to the yarn ball, lies on the right while the “tail” of the yarn lies

on the left. Insert the hook through the loop (under both pieces of yarn). Pull the portion of yarn

through the loop and put your first row of stitches into the ring. Pull the short end of yarn and the

stitches will close together at the centre, completing your slip/magic ring. To close

this round make a slip stitch into the first stitch of your ring and proceed to the next round, or

don’t make a slip stitch and continue to crochet to next stitch if you are working in spiral rounds.

PATTERN

1. HEAD/BODY

Material: Hayfield Bonus DK in orange, hook size: 3.0mm;

How to make: Work the head/body in spiral rounds.

Rd 1 2ch, 6dc in 2nd ch from hook (6sts)

Rd 2 *[2dc]* crochet 6 times (12sts)

Rd 3 *1dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (18sts)

Rd 4 *2dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (24sts)

Rd 5 * 3dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (30sts)

Rd 6 * 4dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (36sts)

Rd 7 *5dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (42sts)

Rd 8 * 6dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (48sts)

Rd 9 -14 48dc (48sts)

Rd 15 *7dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (54sts)

Rd 16-22 54dc (54sts)

Rd 23 *8dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (60sts)

Rd 24-26 60dc (60sts)

Rd 27 * 9dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (66sts)

Rd 28-30 66dc (66sts)

Rd 31 *10dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (72sts)

Rd 32 72dc (72sts)

Rd 33 *11dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (78sts)

Rd 34-36 78dc (78sts)

Rd 37 *12dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (84sts)

Rd 38-40 84dc (84sts)

Rd 41 *13dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (90sts)

Rd 42-44 90dc (90sts)

Rd 45 *14dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (96sts)

Rd 46-50 96dc (96sts)

Rd 51 *14dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (90sts)

Rd 52 *13dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (84sts)

Rd 53 *12dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (78sts)

Rd 54 *11dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (72sts)

Rd 55 *10dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (66sts)

Rd 56 *9dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (60sts)

Rd 57 *8dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (54sts)

Rd 58 *7dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (48sts)

Stuff the head and the upper part of the body with polyester filling.

Rd 59 *6dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (42sts)

Rd 60 *5dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (36sts)

Rd 61 *4dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (30sts)

Rd 62 *3dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (24sts)

Rd 63 *2dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (18sts)

Stuff the remaining body with polyester filling.

Rd 64 *1dc, 2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (12sts)

Rd 65 *2-st dc dec* crochet 6 times (6sts). Fasten off and leave a tail about 30cm.

Thread the yarn tail into a tapestry needle. Insert the needle through the front loop of each stitch

around the opening and pull the tail tight to close the hole (pic.16). Weave in the loose end

(please see Crochet Techniques for more information about how to close the hole of remaining

stitches).

2. FACE

Material: Hayfield Bonus DK in yellow, hook size: 3.0mm;

How to make: work in spiral rounds.

Rd 1 2ch, 6dc in 2nd ch from hook (6sts)

Rd 2 *[2dc]* crochet 6 times (12sts)

Rd 3 *1dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (18sts)

Rd 4 *2dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (24sts)

Rd 5 * 3dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (30sts)

Rd 6 * 4dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (36sts)

Rd 7 *5dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (42sts)

Rd 8 * 6dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (48sts)

Rd 9 make only 1dc, 1ss in next st. Fasten off and leave a long tail (about 80cm).

Sew on this circle to the head approximately between Rounds 6 and 24.

3. EYES

Material: Patons 4-ply in white and black, hook size: 1.5mm;

Rd 1 white yarn: 2ch, 6dc in 2nd ch from hook, 1ss in top ch of 2ch (6sts)

Rd 2 1ch, *[2dc]* crochet 6 times, 1ss in first ch (12sts)

Rd 3 1ch, *1dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (18sts). Fasten off invisibly. Leave a long tail, you

will need it to make a small knot.

Rd 4 Take black yarn and make 1ss in back loop of each dc going around the edge.

Fasten off invisibly. Leave a long tail to sew the eyes onto the face.

4. PUPIL OF THE EYE

Material: YarnArt Lily in black, hook size: 1.0mm;

– 2ch, 6dc in 2nd ch from hook, invisible fastening off.

Sew on the black circle to the left side of each eye; pull the needle with white yarn (which is left

from the white circle) through both circles and create a small knot, hide the yarn end.

Attach the eyes to the face between Rounds 3 and 8 using the black yarn tails, weave in the loose Ends.

5. EYEBROWS

Material: YarnArt Begonia in brown.

-Thread the yarn (about 100cm in length) into a tapestry needle. Insert the needle from the top of

the head (leaving a 7-8cm tail) to a place where the eyebrow will start, point 1. Then insert the

needle to point 2 and push it back to point 1 (same place where the yarn comes up). You will have a

line – base for the eyebrows.

Next, wrap the line with the yarn 3 times, then insert the needle to point 2 and push it through to

the top of the head. Repeat the same with the other eyebrow and return the needle to the top of the

head and secure the ends. Don’t cut the yarn end as you still have enough tail to make a mouth.

To make the mouth:

Push the needle with brown yarn from top of the head down to the bottom of yellow face between

Rounds 6 and 7. Take 2.0mm hook and make 1ss in each of next 8-9sts between these

rounds. Then pull the yarn out, insert it into a needle and make a small vertical line at the end.

Push the needle with the yarn to the top of the head, secure it and cut the yarn ends.

6. NOSE

Material: YarnArt Begonia in pink, hook size: 1.5mm;

How to make (see the chart below): 3ch, 3htr in 3rd ch from hook, 2ch, ss in same base ch. Fasten

off leaving a long tail for attaching purposes.

Take a piece of white thread and insert the needle from back to the front of the nose, make a knot

and hide the yarn end.

7. WHISKERS

Material: YarnArt Begonia in black, hook size 1.5mm;

– take the black yarn and insert it through 4 stitches between Rounds 4 and 5 of the centre of the

face. Insert the hook to the place where the yarn end is coming up and make 14ch. Fasten off

leaving a tail about 6mm. Follow the same instruction to make the whisker from the other side.

8. SOMBRERO

Material: Bonus DK in yellow, red and light green.

How to make: work in spiral rounds. Please see ‘Special Crochet Techniques’ about how to change the colour in continuous rounds.

Rd 1 Start with yellow colour yarn: 2ch, 6dc in 2nd ch from hook (6sts)

Rd 2 6dc (6sts)

Rd 3 *[2dc]* crochet 6 times (12sts)

Rd 4 12dc (12sts)

Rd 5 12dc (12sts)

Rd 6 *1dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (18sts), change colour to red but don’t cut the yellow yarn tail.

Rd 7 18dc (18sts)

Rd 8 18dc (18sts)

Rd 9 18dc (18sts)

Rd 10 *2dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (24sts), change colour to yellow but don’t cut the red yarn tail.

Rd 11 24dc (24sts)

Rd 12 24dc (24sts)

Rd 13 24dc (24sts)

Rd 14 24dc (24sts), change colour to red but don’t cut the yellow yarn tail.

Rd 15 24dc (24sts)

Rd 16 24dc (24sts)

Rd 17 24dc (24sts)

Rd 18 *3dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (30sts), change colour to yellow but don’t cut the red yarn tail.

Rd 19 30dc (30sts)

Rd 20 30dc (30sts)

Rd 21 30dc (30sts)

Rd 22 30dc (30sts), change colour to red.

Rd 23 30dc (30sts)

Rd 24 30dc (30sts)

Rd 25 30dc (30sts)

Rd 26 *4dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (36sts), change colour to light green.

Rd 27 36dc (36sts)

Rd 28 36dc (36sts)

Rd 29 36dc (36sts)

Rd 30 36dc (36sts)

Rd 31 35dc, 1ss to the next st. Fasten off.

To make the brim:

Use Bonus DK in green and 3.5mm hook. Work in 2 strands (spiral rounds).

Rd 1 Attach the yarn to any stitch of the last round of the hat cone (pic.51) and make:

*5dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (42sts)

Rd 2 *6dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (48sts)

Rd 3 *7dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (54sts)

Rd 4 *8dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (60sts)

Rd 5 *9dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (66sts)

Rd 6 *10dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (72sts)

Rd 7 *11dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (78sts)

Rd 8 *12dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (84sts)

Rd 9 *13dc, [2dc]* crochet 6 times (90sts)

Rd 10 89dc, 1ss in next st. Don’t cut the yarn end.

Turn the hat over and continue to crochet from the wrong side using same colour yarn, pic.54:

1ch, 1dc in BL of the 1st st, then 1dc in BL of next 88sts, finish the round with 1ss in 1st ch. Fasten

off, hide the yarn end.

Next, attach red colour yarn and make: 1ch, 1dc in 1st st, then 1dc in each of next 88sts, 1ss in 1stch.

Fasten off, hide the yarn end.

Lastly, attach yellow colour yarn and make: 1ch, 1dc in 1st st, then 1dc in each of next 88sts, 1ss in 1 st ch. Fasten off, hide the yarn end.

9. EARS

Material: Hayfield Bonus DK in yellow, hook size 3.0mm;

How to make: work the ears in spiral rounds.

Rd 1 2ch, 6dc in 2nd ch from hook (6sts)

Rd 2 *1dc, [2dc]* crochet 3 times (9sts)

Rd 3 9dc (9sts)

Rd 4 *2dc, [2dc]* crochet 3 times (12sts)

Rd 5 12dc (12sts)

Rd 6 *3dc, [2dc]* crochet 3 times (15sts)

Rd 7 15dc (15sts), ss in next st. Fasten off leaving a long tail. Do not stuff the ears with polyester filling, just sew them on to the hat.

Next, take a piece of green yarn, insert it into a tapestry needle and attach the hat to the head.

10. SCARF

Material: Hayfield Bonus DK in royal blue, hook size 3.0mm;

Row 1 41ch, 1dc in 3rd ch from hook, *1ch, skip 1ch, 1dc in next ch* repeat 19 times, turn;

Row 2 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 17 times, turn;

Row 3 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 16 times, turn;

Row 4 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 15 times, turn;

Row 5 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 14 times, turn;

Row 6 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 13 times, turn;

Row 7 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 12 times, turn;

Row 8 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 11 times, turn;

Row 9 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 10 times, turn;

Row 10 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 9 times, turn;

Row 11 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 8 times, turn;

Row 12 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 7 times, turn;

Row 13 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 6 times, turn;

Row 14 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 5 times, turn;

Row 15 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 4 times, turn;

Row 16 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 3 times, turn;

Row 17 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, *1ch, 1dc in next ch sp* repeat 2 times, turn;

Row 18 2ch, (skip 1dc, 1ch, 1dc), 1dc in next ch sp, 1ch, 1dc in next ch sp, turn;

Row 19 1ch, 1dc in first ch sp, fasten off, weave in the loose end.

To make the tie:

1. Right hand side.

Attach yarn to the base ch at the top side of the scarf and make: 30ch, 1dc in 2nd ch from hook,

1htr, 2tr, 3dtr, 2tr, 2ch, ss in base of last tr. Other side of the base chain: skip 1 st, make 1tr in next

st, 3dtr, 2tr, 1htr, 1dc, 1ss in top ch, and then 1ss in each of next 8 base ch, make the last ss in top

ch of 2ch, continue with 1tr in each base chain to end, finish with 1ss in dc of Row 2.

2. Left hand side.

Attach the yarn to the chain space of Row 2 on the other side of the scarf and follow the same

instructions to make the tie. Join the tie to the scarf with 1ss into the 1st base ch, pic.60-62.

11. FEET

Material: Hayfield Bonus DK in purple, hook size 3.0mm;

How to make: work the feet in spiral rounds.

Rd 1 12ch, 1dc in 2nd ch from hook, 9dc, [3dc] in last ch. Other side of the base chain: 9dc,

[2dc] in last st (24sts)

Rd 2 [2dc], 9dc, *[2dc]* crochet 3 times, 9dc, *[2dc]* crochet 2 times (30sts)

Rd 3-5 30dc (30sts)

Rd 6 2-st dc dec, 9dc, *[2-st dc dec]* crochet 3 times, 9dc, *[2-st dc dec]* crochet 2 times, (24sts)

Rd 7-15 24dc (24sts)

Rd 16 Make 4dc and stuff the foot with polyester filling. Don’t fasten off yet.

Toes: use the yarn a bit darker than the foot colour. Insert the needle between Rounds 5 and 6 and

make the toes by stitching both sides of foot and tighten them a bit. Repeat this action two times

with each toe. At the end insert the needle from point 1 to point 2 (pic.65) and make a knot, hide

the ends. The last thing you need to do is join the two foot sides with dc. Fasten off leaving enough

tail to attach the foot to the body.

12. ARMS

Material: Hayfield Bonus DK in purple, hook size 3.0mm;

How to make: work the arms in spiral rounds.

Rd 1 5ch, 1dc in 2nd ch from hook, 2dc, [3dc] in last ch. Other side of the base chain: 2dc,

[2dc] in last ch (10sts)

Rd 2 [2dc], 2dc, *[2dc]* crochet 3 times, 2dc, *[2dc]* crochet 2 times (16sts)

Rd 3-4 16dc (16sts)

Rd 5 *[2-st dc dec, 6dc]* crochet 2 times (14sts)

Rd 6-8 14dc (14sts)

Rd 9 *[2-st dc dec, 5dc]* crochet 2 times (12sts)

Rd 10 12dc (12sts)

Rd 11 12dc, ss to next ch. Fasten off leaving a tail long enough to attach the arm to the body.

Stuff the arm with polyester filling.

13. FINGERS

Material: Hayfield Bonus DK in purple, hook size 3.0mm;

How to make: work in spiral rounds.

1st finger.

Rd 1 make a slip ring, 1ch, 8dc in ring (8sts)

Rd 2 8dc (8sts)

Rd 3 8dc (8sts)

Rd 4 8dc (8sts), 1ss in next ch. Fasten off leaving a tail long enough to attach the finger to the

arm. Stuff the finger with polyester filing.

2nd and 3rd fingers.

Rd 1 make a slip ring, 1ch, 7dc in ring (7sts)

Rd 2 7dc (7sts)

Rd 3 7dc (7sts)

Rd 4 7dc (7sts), 1ss in next ch. Fasten off leaving a tail long enough to attach the finger to the

arm. Stuff the fingers with polyester filing.

4th finger:

Rd 1 make a slip ring, 1ch, 6dc in ring (6sts)

Rd 2 6dc (6sts)

Rd 3 6dc (6sts), 1ss in next ch. Fasten off leaving a tail long enough to attach the finger to the arm. Stuff the finger with polyester filing.

Attach the fingers to the arm, very close to each other.

14. SHADOW ON HANDS

Material: Yarnart Lily in purple, hook size 1.5mm;

– make 13ch, 1dc in 3rd ch from hook, 1htr, 1tr, [2dtr], 1tr, 1htr, 1tr, [2dtr], 1tr, 1htr, [1dc, 2ch, 1ss] in last ch. Fasten off and attach the ‘shadow’ to the hand.

15. TAIL

Material: Hayfield Bonus DK in purple, hook size 3.0mm;

How to make: work the tail in spiral rounds.

Rd 1 2ch, 6dc in 2nd ch from hook (6sts)

Rd 2 *1dc, [2dc]* crochet 3 times (9sts)

Rd 3 9dc (9sts)

Rd 4 *2dc, [2dc]* crochet 3 times (12sts)

Rd 5 12dc (12sts)

Rd 6 *3dc, [2dc]* crochet 3 times (15sts)

Rd 7-35 15dc (15sts). Fasten off leaving a long tail. Stuff the tail with polyester filling.

Using a curved needle make a few stitches along one side of the tail. Adding these stitches and

pulling them together allows you to get a curved tail’s shape. Attach the tail to the body

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