Fat Mouse Amigurumi Free Pattern
I am sharing the most popular amigurumi animal patterns with you for free. You will also love this amigurumi fat mouse pattern.
slst – slip stitch
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
inc – increase
dec – decrease
t-dec : double decrease (three loops together)
1. YarnArt SuperPerlee (acrylic 100%, 100g-400m) gray, pink color, a little red for the tongue, white for the mouth.
2. Eyes are sewn. For the declared yarn, the diameter is 13mm.
(Having certain experience, you can use eyes on a secure mount)
3. White felt for eyes
4. Durable thread and long needle for tightening
5. Hook number 1.5
6. Neck mount. I used a cotter pin, I needed drives with a diameter of 40 mm.
7. Plastic for insoles in paws
8. Well, that’s it! How little is necessary for happiness, yes ?!
The marker in this part can not be aligned, but in the end look to get this: – on the left foot the end of the last a row on the same level with the PSU (thumb) – on the right foot, the end of the last row in the middle of the outer side.
If necessary, either knit an extra column or dissolve.
1. Dial a chain of 4 CH in pink: 2 sc, 3sc into the last loop, sc, inc (8)
2. – 4p (3 rows) 8 sc
5. In this row we knit the thumb (BP). We put the hook in the loop pull the working thread and dial 4CH, then enter the hook into the same loop and knit a regular column without Nakida: BP, 7 sc (8) Change the thread to gray.
6. (Sc, inc) * 4 (12)
7.-9 p (3 rows) 12 sc
10. (inc, 5sc) * 2 (14)
11.-12p (2 rows) 14 sc
13. (inc, 6 sc) * 2 (16)
14.– 15p (2 rows) 16 sc. Thread cut, fasten
5. In this row we knit the thumb (BP). We put the hook in the loop pull the working thread and dial 4CH, then enter the hook into the same loop and knit a regular single crochet: 3 sc, PSU, 4 sc (8)
6. (sc, inc) * 4 (12)
7. -9 (3 rows) 12 sc
10. (5 sc, inc) * 2 (14)
11.-12 (2 rows) 14 sc
13. (6 sc, inc) * 2 (16)
14.-15r (2 rows) 16 sc. Thread cut, fasten
The marker of this part runs in the middle of the back of the legs. AT align the process if necessary.
1. Dial a chain of 6CH in pink: inc, 3 sc, 4 sc to the last loop, 3 sc, inc, (14)
2. Sc, inc, 3 sc, inc * 4, 3 sc, inc, sc (20)
3. İnc, sc, inc, 3 sc, (inc, sc) * 4, inc, 2 sc, inc, sc, inc (29)
4. Sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 3 sc, (inc, 2 sc) * 4, inc, 3 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, sc (38)
5.38 sc for the back half loop. At this stage, we cut out the shape of the foot from plastic.
We put it in the foot at your convenience.
6. Sc, dec, 7 sc, (dec, 2 sc) * 4, dec, 7 sc, dec, sc (31)
7. Dec, 3 sc, dec, sc, (dec, sc) * 4, dec, sc, dec, 4 sc, dec (22)
8.2 sc, dec, 2 sc, dec * 5, 1 sc, dec, sc, dec (14)
9. Attach the gray thread: 14 sc per front half loop.
10. (inc, 2 sc) * 2, inc, 6 sc, inc (18)
11. (inc, 2 sc) * 2, inc, 11 sc (21)
12. (3 sc, inc) * 3, 9 sc (24)
14.18 sc. We cut the thread, fasten
9. Attach the gray thread: 14 sc for the front half loop
10. İnc, 6 sc, inc, (2 sc, inc) * 2 (18)
11.11 sc, inc, (2 sc, inc) * 2 (21)
12.9 sc, (3 sc, inc) * 3 (24)
13.-14p 24 sc.
Knit another 5 sc. Do not cut the thread, continue knitting.
The marker runs in the middle of the back. In the process of knitting align.
1.3CH, on the left foot 24 sc, on a chain of CH inc * 3, 24 sc, on the other side of the CH chain inc * 2 (58) Put the marker here. Goes through mid back, knitting we unearth.
2. İnc in the last half loop of the CH chain, 56 sc. Transfer marker. (59)
3. 59 sc
4. 58 sc, inc (60)
5. 60 sc
6. (9 sc, inc) * 6 (66)
7.5 sc, inc, (10 sc, inc) * 5, 5 sc (72)
8 – 13 (6 rows) 72 sc
14. 56 sc, dec, (4 sc, dec) * 2, 2 sc (69)
15.2 sc, dec, (4 sc, dec) * 2, 53 sc (66)
16.50 sc, (3 sc, dec) * 3, sc (63)
17.2 sc, dec, (3 sc, dec) * 2, 49 sc (60)
it’s convenient here to fill the legs filler, tight so that clearly their puffiness loomed.
18. 48 sc, (dec, 2 sc) * 3 (57)
19. (2 sc, dec) * 3, 45 sc (54)
20. 16 sc, dec, (2 sc, dec) * 5, 16 sc (48)
21. İnc, 4 sc, inc, 6 sc on the left hand (count on the foot along the knitting 5 sc, and insert the hook through the 6th loop of the foot and body at the same time), sc, dec, (2 sc, dec) * 5, sc, 6 sc on the right foot (countdown similar to left), inc, 5 sc (45) In this row I knit loop offset to align the marker.
22. 6 sc, inc, 10 sc on the free loops of the left foot, (sc, dec) * 6, 10 sc on right foot free loops, inc, 6 sc, inc (50)
23.– 24 row (2 rows) 50 sc. At this stage, we fill the body with the filler, distributing it especially on the ass and belly.
25. 13 sc, dec, 20 sc, dec, 13 sc (48)
26. 12 sc, T-dec, 3sc, dec, 8 sc, dec, 3 sc, T-dec, 12 sc (42)
27. (5 sc, dec) * 6 (36)
28.36 sc. We measure the diameter of the hole for mounting. I have a drive 40mm diameter.
29.2sc, dec, (4 sc, dec) * 5, 2 sc (30) We fill the body with filler to the end, especially paying attention to the shoulders. Put the filler more tightly in the area of double decreases in the shoulders. This will form a beautiful line. Throughout the foot is tight it’s not worth typing, otherwise it will turn out just a thick sausage.
We insert the mount.
30. (3 sc, dec) * 6 (24)
31. Sc, dec, (2 sc, dec) * 5, sc (18)
32. (sc, dec) * 6 (12)
33.Dec * 6
Cut the thread, fasten.
A head marker runs in the middle of the chin.
1.6 sc into magic ring
3. İnc * 6 (12)
4. -5 (2 rows) 12 sc
6. (sc, inc) * 6 (18)
7. (5 sc, inc) * 3 (21)
9. (6 sc, inc) * 3 (24)
10.16 sc, (inc, 3 sc) * 2 (26)
11. (inc, 3 sc) * 2, 18 sc (28) Here I recommend aligning the marker.
12.8 CH, 6 sc skip, inc, 3 sc, inc * 8, 3 sc, inc, 6 sc. (40)
13.8 sc in the chain of CH, (inc, sc) * 2, inc, (sc, inc) * 10, 7 sc (53)
14. 3 sc, dec, sc, dec, (inc, 2 sc) * 2, 24 sc, (2 sc, inc) * 2, dec, 7 sc (54)
15.13 sc, inc * 2, 26 sc, inc * 2, 11 sc (58)
16. 12 sc, inc * 2, 26 sc, inc * 2, sc, inc, 12 (64)
17. (2 sc, inc) * 5, 5 sc, inc, (10 sc, inc) * 2, 5 sc, (inc, 2 sc) * 5, inc (78)
At this stage, we knit a mouth.
Attach a white thread to the first CH and then we knit:
1. In the corner of the mouth 2 sc, 6 sc on the missed hinges, 2 sc in a corner, 8 sc in a chain from CH (18)
3. (dec, sc) * 6 (12)
4. Dec * 6. Fasten the thread and crop. Rotate the mouth inside the head.
We continue to knit a head.
18.– 29 (12 rows) 78 sc (After knitting 4 rows, put a marker for fastenings. If you have a plastic joint, then in the 4th row we knit 76 sc, 2CH.
Fifth row: 2CH, 76 sc. Further description unchanged)
30. (11 sc, dec) * 6 (72)
31.5 sc, dec, (10 sc, dec) * 5, 5 sc (66)
32. (9 sc, dec) * 6 (60)
33.4 sc, dec, (8 sc, dec) * 5, 4 sc (54)
34. (7 sc, dec) * 6 (48)
35. 3 sc, dec, (6 sc, dec) * 5, 3 sc (42) At this stage, we attach the head to the body, spinning the cotter pin. See that the mouth was a little sideways .-
Those who use eyes on safe fastening, I recommend fixing them now, then it will be problematic. Fasten approximately in the 12th row, approximate distance between eyes 12 columns. But look carefully, each has an eye size different, knitting density too. Landmark I give an approximate. Do not forget under the eyes put a white felt for eye proteins more. Because the true look of the face will be visible only after tightening. And much it’s easier then just to cut off the excess felt.
If you have sewn eyes, then the data manipulation is not for you.
36. (5 sc, dec) * 6 (36)
37.2 sc, dec (4 sc, dec) * 5, 2 sc (30)
38. (3 sc, dec) * 6 (24) We stuff our head filler. Especially the cheeks and forehead. Rotik hold with your finger so that it stays inside.
39. Sc, dec (2 sc, dec) * 5, sc (18)
40. (sc, dec) * 6 (12)
41. Dec * 6. Fasten and cut the thread.
Here is the next stage. The photo shows a variant of a rat with eyes on a secure mount. Fasting ducks you will immediately see where It’s worth cutting off excess felt. For now, leave it like that.
Knit 2 pieces in pink
1.6 sc into magic ring
2. İnc * 6 (12)
3. (sc, inc) * 6 (18)
4. Sc, inc (2 sc, inc) * 5, sc (24)
5. (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30)
6. 2 sc, inc (4 sc, inc) * 5, 2 sc, SL-ST (36) Cut and fasten the thread.
We knit in the same way 2 details of gray color, but after knitting 6 rows, we do not cut the thread.
We attach the gray part and the pink the wrong side to each other and tie them together.
7. (5 sc, inc) * 6 (42)
8. Making the harness SL-ST in a circle. A thread crop leaving long end for sewing.
Fold edge abalone in half and to make a couple of stitches left thread.
1. Pink 6 sc into magic ring. Received the end of the thread after tightening into the ring does not cut, and lay along the knitting.
2. İnc * 6 (12)
Depending on the size of your toy, you may need to knit another one additional row. Knit it like this:
(2 sc, dec) * 3
Strongly pull on the thread laid along the knitting, tightening the row as tight as possible. We put the resulting part on the tip of the nose of the head and sew on.
1.6 sc into magic ring
2. -14 (13 rows) 6 sc
15. İnc, 5 sc (7)
16.-29 (14 rows) 7sc
30.İnc, 6 sc (8)
31.-40 (10 rows) 8 sc.
Thread cut, leaving the end for sewing on. Optionally insert a thin wire inside.
In red, dial the chain of 4CH: from the second loop from the hook of the SL-ST, sc, 4 sc to the last loop, on the other side of the chain: sc, SL-ST. A thread trim, leaving an end for sewing.
Sew a tongue deep into the mouth (to the last row with decreases) literally one stitch. And hide the end of the thread inside the head.
Here are two head options for example: eyes on a secure mount and weights will do with them already.
Difficult, but possible. On the left head I will use sewn eyes, i.e. it will be easier here. First a tightening, then already we sew eyes.
The photo on the left shows the places where you should make a weight loss.
Unless otherwise indicated, I always insert a needle and thread into the base of the neck. (even along the edge of the mount so that no further traces are visible shorts).
We drive the needle with the thread into the corner of the mouth and grab 1 loop.
We withdraw from one side of the nose, lay the thread on top webs and insert the needle on the other side of the nose (in my case 4 loops are enough). We withdraw the needle in another corner of the mouth and also behind grab one loop. Pull up. We fix the ends of the threads and hide inside the head.
We make eye shadow marked in black on the photo.
We introduce a needle with a thread at the base of the neck, output in the outer corner of the eye, insert the needle into the inner corner of the eye (thread over the canvas), display thread in the inner corner of the other eye and insert into the outer corner of the eye, leading the thread to the original point at the base of the neck. Pull up as can be stronger!
In the same way, make the weight marked in the photo in red. Tighten up!
I repeated each of these 3 times so that the result was perfect. Do not be lazy, do the same and the result will please you!
After you finish with the pulls, sew the eyes and ears there, where it seems to you most successfully!
Sew tail and tongue.
Correct, if necessary, felt around the eyes and embroider the eyebrows.
Since I am not a fan of clothing on animals, then it will not be on Pukhlik.
Yes Yes! Even despite the fashion. In my opinion, clothes can hide all the charms of a rat. This chubby little rat! The maximum that I see on This cute creature is a scarf. Soft, New Year scarf! Therefore, needlewomen, do not blame me, but there will be no clothes. She is completely yours discretion if someone sees Pukhlik differently. All in your hands.
So the master class came to an end. Personally, I’m sorry … But! When something ends, something new must begin. Therefore I am not with you I say goodbye and hope to see you in my next master class.
I hope knitting is easy and the result makes you smile.