Pacifier Baby Amigurumi Free Pattern

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CH – chain 

SC – single crochet; 

İNC – increase 

DEC – decrease 

DC – double crochet; 

HDC – half double crochet; 



1) Magic ring into 6sc 

2) (6 inc) (12sc) 

3) (1sc 1 inc) * 6 (18sc) 

4) (2sc 1 inc) * 6 (24sc) 

5) (3sc1 inc) * 6 (30sc) 

6) (4sc 1 inc) * 6 (36sc) 

7) (5sc 1 inc) * 6 (42sc) 

8) (6sc 1 inc) * 6 (48sc) 

9) (7sc 1 inc) * 6 (54sc) 

10) (8sc 1 inc) * 6 (60sc) 

11) (9sc 1 inc) * 6 (66sc) 

12-19) (66sc) (8row) 

20) 21sc (sc, inc) * Repeat 5 times 4sc (sc, inc) * Repeat 5 times 21sc (total 76sc) (there will be sidewall sections) 

21-24) (76sc) 4 row. 

25) 21sc (sc, dec) * Repeat 5 times 4sc (sc, dec) * Repeat 5 times 21sc (total 66sc) 

26) (9sc 1dec)6 (60sc) 

27) (8sc 1dec)6 (54sc) 

28) (7sc 1dec)6 (48sc) 

29) (6sc 1dec)6 (42sc) 

30) (5sc1dec)6 (36sc) 

31) (4sc 1dec)6 (30sc) 

32) (3sc 1dec)*6 (24sc) 

Leave long thread to sew. 

NOTE: Eyes are between 17-18 rows 

10sc is installed. Do not forget to average the cheek sections when wearing the eyes;) 


(Continue on the second leg without breaking the rope) 

18) We pull 5 chains and combine the other leg with si st (loop shift). 

1 chain of 20 sc 1inc 5sc 20sc 1inc (total 54sc) 

19)5sc, 11sc, 1inc, 27sc, 1inc, 9sc (56sc) 

20-24) (56sc) 

25)15sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 22sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 7sc (52sc) 

26-27) (52sc) 

28)14sc, 1dec 1sc 1dec, 20sc, 1dec, 2sc 1dec, 6sc (48sc) 

29-30) (48sc) 

31)13sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 18sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec 5sc (44sc) 

32) (44sc) 

33)12sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 16sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 4sc (40sc) 

34) (40sc) 

35)11sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 14sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 3sc (36sc) 

36) (36sc) 

37)10sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 12sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 2sc (32sc) 

38) (32sc) 

39)9sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 10sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 1sc (28sc) 

40) (28sc) 

41)8sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec, 8sc, 1dec 2sc 1dec (24sc) 

42) 6sc, (now we continue combining with his arm) 6sc, 6sc (with the other arm) 6sc 

43-44) (24sc) is over. 


1) Magic ring into 6 sc 

2)6inc (12sc) 

3)1sc 1inc (18sc) 

4-6) (18sc) 

7) 5sc 1dec, 11sc (17sc) 

8)5sc 1dec, 10sc (16sc) 

9)5sc 1dec, 9sc (15sc) 

10)5sc 1dec, 8sc (14sc) 

11)5sc 1dec, 7sc (13sc) 

12)5sc 1dec, 6sc (12sc) 

(White color) 

13) (12sc) 

14) (12sc) 

(we’ll do this later.) 

15-22) (12sc) (continue with the color of the dress) 

23) We fold the arm in half and cut the rope. 


1) Magic ring into 6sc 

2) 6inc (12sc) 

3) (3sc 1inc) * 3 (15sc) 

4-6) (15sc) 

7) 5sc 1inc 9sc (16sc) 

8) (16sc) 

9) 6sc 1inc 9sc (17sc) 

10) (17sc) 

11) 7sc 1inc 9sc (18sc) 

12) (18sc) 

13) 8sc 1inc 9sc (19sc) 

14) (19sc) 

15) 9sc 1inc 9sc (20sc) 

16) (20sc) 

17) 10sc 1inc 9sc (21sc) 

The 1st leg is broken. 


1) Magic ring into 6 sc 

2) 6inc (12 sc) 

3) 1sc 1inc (18 sc) finish. 

The middle part of the pacifier 

1) Magic ring into 6 sc 

2) 6inc (12) 

Pacifier holder 

17 chain pulls on the top of the single railing is made to the other side 


We have 160 chain pullers and 28 handles 

(used to connect the remaining chain) 

2.2 We are chained to an upper row. 

We make two stitching stitches in the same stitch 2 double handles without pulling two double-rail brackets into the loop. We’ve got 9 chains. 

3.1 We are chained to an upper row. 

We make 6 double handles in the space consisting of two chains. 

We’re making the gap right next door. Repeat the same operation until the end of the sequence. When you’re done, break the rope and pull 30 chains to the other end. 


We pull 7 chains and freeze. 

We’re pulling 1 chain and we’re doing 6sc from the 2nd chain. When we finish, we combine the two ends and the rubber part of our bead is formed. 

We’re pulling a chain up to 50sc and we’re combining sl-st (with loop shift). 

(If you want a color change, you can use a different color as a crossover if you want a single color). 

2nd place, 6sc, inc. 

3-8) Continue without increasing 

9) We reduce the 6sc from the order. We’re knitting flat without a 1 inc inc. 

Let’s continue this way until 6sc remains. 

We’ve come to the top 6 by increasing the 12 (sc, dec) Let’s go. (1sc, 1inc) = 18sc. (2sc 1inc) = 24sc (3sc 1inc) = 30sc. (3sc 1dec) = 24sc (2sc 1dec) = 18sc (1sc 1dec) = 6sc 

always pick up 


Here we will do the example of popcorn used in lambs. 

We’re making 10sc into the magic ring, we get 5 patters, 

We’re going to do a 10-ping, 

2 row more inc, dec making 10 popcorn and sewing to the feet, 

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