Amigurumi Owl with Folded Crochet Pattern

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HEAD

1.6 sc into magic ring

2.6 inc = 12

3. (1 sc, inc) x 6 = 18

4. (2 sc, inc) x 6 = 24

5. (3 sc, inc) x 6 = 30

6. (4 sc, inc) x 6 = 36

7. (5 sc, inc) x 6 = 42

8. (6 sc, inc) x 6 = 48

9. (7 sc, inc) x 6 = 54

10. (8 sc, inc) x 6 = 60

11-21. 11 rows unchanged at 60 sc

22. (8 sc, dec) x 6 = 54

23. (7 sc, dec) x 6 = 48

24. (6 sc, dec) x 6 = 42

25. (5 sc, dec) x 6 = 36

BODY:

On the front of the body we will knit cones.

A cone is formed by crocheting by knitting several columns with a crochet together with one upper loop (columns with a common top), the “splendor” of the cone depends on the number of columns.

Unfinished double crochet (STN)

we knit not all at once, but in 2 stages with a fastening loop.

The diagram, for example, shows how to make a fastening loop.

What is the difference between a bump and a lush column:

after tying the fixing loop of the vertex – we knit sc in the next loop, do not make air loops and do not miss the loops of the previous row.

BODY (continued)

1.6 sc into magic ring

2.6 inc = 12

3.12 inc = 24

4. (3 sc, inc) x 6 = 30

5. (4 sc, inc) x 6 = 36

6. (5 sc, inc) x 6 = 42

7. (6 sc, inc) x 6 = 48

8. (7 sc, inc) x 6 = 54

From the next row, we begin to knit the bumps.

9. (8 sc, inc) x 6 = 60 – in this row we make increases and knit 7 bumps,

between cones 3 sc

10-20. 10 rows unchanged at 60 sc

11. 6 popcorn, each of which is knitted in the interval between the bumps of the previous row – in the middle sc

12. No change

13.5 popcorn

14. No change

15.4 popcorn

16. No change

17. 3 popcorn

18. No change

19.2 popcorn

20. No change

21. (8 sc, dec) x 6 = 54, make decreases and knit 1popcorn between 2 popcorns of the previous row

22. (7 sc, dec) x 6 = 48

23. (6 sc, dec) x 6 = 42

24. (5 sc, dec) x 6 = 36

TIN EARS SMALL

1.6 sc in amigurumi ring

2.6 sc for rear half loops

3. 6 inc. (12)

4.12 sc

Now go back to the 2nd row, for the front walls of which we will tie the brushes.

We attach a thread of a different color for

front half loop of the 2nd row.

A chain of 9 CH, SL-ST in the same loop, SL-ST in the next.

loop, 9 CH., SL-ST in the same loop, and so on.

Only 6 chains, collect them in a bunch, wrap around, thread the needle inside out and fasten with a needle.

CIRCLE-EYES for your taste and color

1: 6 SC

2: 6 İNC (12)

3: (1 SC, İNC) x 6 (18)

4: (2 SC, İNC) x 6 (24)

5: (3 SC, İNC) x 6 (30)

Leave a long thread for sewing Eyes can be tied around a circle SL-ST (connecting posts) with a thread of a different color, they will be more convex, thread the needle on the wrong side with a needle.

BEAK

Orange or yellow thread.

1 row: 6 sc into magic ring

2 row: (inc, 1 sc) x 3 (9)

3 row: sc in each p. (9)

4 row: (2 sc, inc) x 3 (12)

5 row: sc in each p. (12)

Fold in half and sew along the edge.

WINGS

1.12dc İNTO MAGİC RİNG – 3 CH lift, SL-ST to last CH

2.3 CH, 12 inc DC, SL-ST = 24 DC

3.3 CH, (1DC, İNC) x 12, SL-ST = 36

4.3 CH, (2 DC, İNC) x 12, SL-ST = 48 DC, we get a circle

Fold in half, attach the thread of the main color and knit together for the inner walls of the sc loops.

Make a hemming edge of the semicircle.

Wiring diagram: 5 DC in one loop,

2 loops skipped, sc, 2 loops skipped, etc.

Make another strapping, making a picot (3 CH) over DC, which in the middle, CH, long sc in sc of the previous row, CH (see photo)

TAIL in rotary rows

A chain of 10 ch.

1 row: Starting from the 2nd point from the hook 9 sc

Next, all the rows behind the rear walls of the loops!

2 row: 3 sc, 3 HDC, 3 DC, ch

3 row: sc in each p., Ch.,

4 row: 3 sc, 3 HDC, 3 DC, ch.,

5 row: sc in each p., Ch.,

6 row: 3 sc, 3 HDC, 3 DC, 3 ch.,

7 row: 3 DC, 3 HDC, 3 sc, ch.,

8 row: sc in each p., 3 ch.

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