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Amigurumi Apple Turtle Free Pattern

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Today we share one free amigurumi crochet pattern again for you. As you know we share new amigurumi free patterns every day. The main crochets are amigurumi gazelles, amigurumi bears, amigurumi pola, amigurumi pandas, amigurumi penguins, amigurumi giraffes, amigurumi llama, amigurumi pigs, amigurumi bunny, amigurumi clowns, amigurumi lambs, amigurumi bees, amigurumi unicorns, amigurumi dolls, amigurumi foxes, amigurumi penguins, amigurumi dinosaurs, amigurumi elephants, amigurumi hippos, amigurumi monkeys, amigurumi cats, amigurumi dogs and more …
Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Amigurumi Apple Turtle.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

You Will Need:

  1. Hook 2,3 mm (for crocheting turtle) and hook 1,5 mm for crocheting spots on turtle-shell;
  2. 12 mm safety eyes;
  3. Yarn А “Drops Paris” cotton 75 m/50 gr (color: 39 pistachio, I crocheted in one thread, expense – less than 1 skein);
  4. Yarn В “Drops Muskat” mercerized cotton 100 m/50 gr (color: 24 medium grey, I crocheted in one thread, expense – less than 1 skein) ;
  5. Yarn С “Drops Muskat” mercerized cotton 100 m/50 gr (color: 30 vanilla yellow, I crocheted in one thread, expense – less than 1 skein);
  6. Black threads mouline (for embroidering smile, eyelashes, eyebrows and nose);
  7. White threads mouline (for embroidery of eyes);
  8. Pink threads mouline (for cheeks);
  9. Dark-green threads mouline (for spots on shell);
  10. Needles for cutting – with a bead on the end (for fixing parts before sewing);
  11. 5 pins or 5 markers;
  12. Yarn needle (thick needle with blunt end);
  13. Synthepus for filling;
  14. Needle;
  15. Scissors;
  16. Round-nose pliers;
  17. Cotter pin T-shaped 25 х 2.0 mm;
  18. Shim 3 х 20 mm;
  19. Disk, diameter 20 mm. My finished toy was 10 cm (3,9 inches) high

Conventions:

l – loop;
sc – single crochet;
dc – double crochet;
sl st – slip stitch;
inc – increase;
dec – decrease;
(… l) – total number of loops in a round;
[…] xN – repeat what is indicated in round brackets N times.

Head (Yarn A)

1: 2 loops, 6sc in 2 nd loop from hook (amigurumi ring), sl st in 1 st sc (6l)
2: [inc]х6 (12l)
3: [sc, inc]х6 (18l)
4: [2sc, inc]х6 (24l)
5: [3sc, inc]х6 (30l)
6: [4sc, inc]х6 (36l)
7: [5sc, inc]х6 (42l)
8: [6sc, inc]х6 (48l)
9-13: 48sc (48l)
14: [6sc, dec]х6 (42l)
15: [5sc, dec]х6 (36l)
16: [4sc, dec]х6 (30l)
17: [3sc, dec]х6 (24l) Insert safety eyes between the rounds 11 and 12, the distance between them is approximately 10 stitches (see photo 1). Embroider a line of growth of eyelashes and cilia around the eyes with black threads of mouline (see photos 2-7). Embroider nose (see photo 8), eyebrows (see photos 9-12) and smile (see photos 13-16). Using a yarn needle to do around the eye «loose stitch» of white thread of mouline (see photos 17-
19). Separate one thread and fasten with a needle «loose stitch» from both sides (see photos 20-24).

Cheeks 2 pcs (Pink threads mouline)

1: 2 loops, 6sc in 2nd loop from hook (amigurumi ring), sl st in 1st sc (6l)

Cut and fix the thread, leaving a long end for sewing. Sew the cheeks to the head with the wrong side outward (see photos 25, 26, 27)

Start stuffing the head with synthepus and continue crocheting.
18: [2sc, dec]х6 (18l)
19: [sc, dec]х6 (12l)
Completely fill the head. Insert cotter pin into shim (see photo 28). Place cotter pin with shim in the hole head (see photo 29).
20: [dec]х6 (6l)
Trim the thread. Pass the thread through all the loops using a yarn needle. Tighten and secure (see photo 30).

Body (Yarn A)

1: 2 loops, 6sc in 2nd loop from hook (amigurumi ring), sl st in 1st sc (6l)
2: [inc]х6 (12l)
3: [sc,inc]х6 (18l)
4: 18sc (18l) Insert cotter pin in middle of body (see photo 31). Put the disk on cotter pin and wrap the ends in the “rings” with the help of round-nosed pliers (see photos 32-35).
5: [2sc, inc]х6 (24l)
6: 24sc (24l)
7: [3sc, inc]х6 (30l)
8-11: 30sc (30l)
12: [3sc, dec]х6 (24l) Start stuffing the body with synthepus.
13: [2sc, dec]х6 (18l)
14: [sc, dec]х6 (12l) Fill the body to the end.
15: [dec]х6 (6l) Trim the thread. Pass the thread through all the loops using a yarn needle. Tighten and secure (see photo 36).

Hands 2 pcs (Yarn A)

1: 3 loops, turning, 2sc (starting from the 2nd loop from the hook), 2sc (from the back of the chain) (4l) 2: [sc, inc]х2 (6l)
3-4: 6sc (6l) Slightly fill the hand with synthepus.
5: [sc, dec]х2 (4l) Trim the thread. Pass the thread through all the loops using a yarn needle. Tighten and secure.

Legs 2 pcs ( Yarn A )

1: 4 loops, turning, 3sc (starting from the 2nd loop from the hook), 3sc (from the back of the chain) (6l)

2: [2sc, inc]х2 (8l)

3: 8sc (8l)

4: [2sc, dec]х2 (6l)

5-6: 6sc (6l) Slightly fill the leg with synthepus.

7: [sc, dec]х2 (4l) Trim the thread. Pass the thread through all the loops using a yarn needle. Tighten and secure.

Turtle-Shell (Yarn B)

1: 2 loops, 6sc in 2nd loop from hook (amigurumi ring), sl st in 1st sc (6l)
2: [inc]х6 (12l)
3: [sc, inc]х6 (18l)
4: [2sc, inc]х6 (24l)
5: [3sc, inc]х6 (30l)
6: [4sc, inc]х6 (36l)
7: [5sc, inc]х6 (42l)
8: [6sc, inc]х6 (48l)
9: 48sc (48l)
10: [6sc,dec]х6 (42l)
11: 42sc (42l) – only through front loops

Spots (Dark-green threads Mouline)

Spots crochet with a hook 1,5 mm (see photo 38).
LITTLE (6 pcs) 1: 5 loops, turning, 4sc (4l)
2: 1l, turning, inc, 2sc, inc (6l)
3: 1l, turning, inc, 4sc, inc (8l)
Crocheting around anticlockwise. 4: 2sc down the side, 4sc straight, 2sc up the side, 8 sc straight (16l).
Cut and fix the thread, leaving a long end for sewing.
BIG (1 pcs) 1: 2 loops, 6sc in 2nd loop from hook (amigurumi ring), sl st in 1st sc (6l)
2: [inc]х6 (12l)
3: [sc, inc]х6 (18l)
4: [2sc, 2dc in the next loop]х6, sl st in 1st sc (24l)
Cut and fix the thread, leaving a long ed sewing.
Sew spots to the shell, pre-fixing them with needles for cutting (see photo 39).

Belly (Yarn C)

The belly crochets along rows.
1: 11 loops, turning, 10sc (starting from the 2nd loop from the hook) (10l)
2: 12 loops, turning, 1sc in the 13th loop from hook, 9sc (see photos 40-42)
3: 12 loops, turning, 1sc in the 13th loop from hook, 13sc (see photos 43-46)
4-6: 1 loop, turning, 18sc (18l) (see photo 47)
7: 12 loops, turning, 1sc in the 13th loop from hook, 17sc (see photos 48, 49)
8: 12 loops, turning, 1sc in the 13th loop from hook, 19sc (see photos 50, 51)
9: 1 loop, turning, 2sc, [dec]x2, 10sc, [dec]x2, 2sc (18l)
10: 1 loop, turning, 2sc, [dec]x2, 6sc, [dec]x2, 2sc (14l)
11: 1 loop, turning, 2sc, [dec]x2, 2sc, [dec]x2, 2sc (10l)
12: 1 loop, turning, 2sc, dec, 2sc, dec, 2sc (8l)
13: 1 loop, turning, sc, dec, 2sc, dec, sc (6l)
14: 1 loop, turning, dec, 2sc, dec (4l)

Crocheted the belly around the perimeter in a counter-clockwise direction from the point “Start” (see photo 52).

16: 6sc diagonally, 10sc around the loop, 6sc up, 8sc around the loop, 1sc in the corner, 10sc straight, 1sc in the corner, 8sc around the loop, 6sc down, 10sc around the loop, 6sc diagonally, 4sc straight (76l)

Cut and fix the thread, leaving a long end for sewing (see photo 53).

Divide 4sc at the bottom of belly in half, hang the central marker between the second and third sc (see photo 54). Count from him 16sc counterclock-wise and hang the second marker, then count 8sc and hang the third marker. Do the same on the other side of the belly (see photo 54).

Fold in half marked with markers 8 loops and sew them with elastic seam (see photos 55-59). Similarly sew 8 loops on the other side of the belly.

Remove all markers except the central. Count from him 2sc counterclock-wise and hang the second marker, then count 8sc and hang the third marker. Do the same on the other side of the belly (see photo 60).

Fold in half marked with markers 8 loops and sew them with elastic seam. Similarly sew 8 loops on the other side of the belly.

Assemblage

See photo 61. Sew your crocheted legs and hands to the body with a threaded bracing (use round-nosed pliers to make it easier to pull the needle). For this, it is necessary:

  1. Outline the location of the hands (between 4 and 5 rounds of body, distance between hands approx 12 stitches) and legs (between 9 and 10 rounds of body, distance between legs approx 18 stitches) using needles for cutting (see photo 62).
  2. Fasten a long thread from the inside of one leg (see photo 63). Pass the needle through the leg (see photo 64).
  3. Insert the needle into the body at the leg attachment point (at the same time sewing a leg) and pull out on the opposite side, in the place where the second leg is fastened (see photo 65).
  4. Pass the needle through the second leg (see photo 66).
  5. Re-pass the needle through the body. The needle must go right through the leg, enter the place where it came from and go back to the place where the first leg was fastened while sewing it through (see photo 67). Pass the needle through the body in the same way in the opposite direction. And several more times to flash the body for strength.
  6. Insert the needle in the leg and pull out it at the point of attachment of the opposite hand (see photo 68).
  7. Pass the needle through the hand (see photo 69).
  8. Insert the needle into the body at the hand attaching point (stitching his hand) and pull out on the opposite side, in the place of securing the second hand (see photo 70).
  9. Pass the needle through the second hand (see photo 71).
  10. Re-pass the needle through the body. The needle must go right through the hand, enter the place where you came from and go back to the place where the first hand was fastened, while sewing it through (see photo 72). Pass the needle through the body in the same way in the opposite direction. And several more times to flash the body for strength.
  11. Lock and trim the thread.

Put the belly on the body so that the center marker is at the bottom. Count from him 16sc counterclockwise and hang the second marker. Do the same on the other side of the belly (see photo 73).

Sew the belly from the second and third marker to the turtle-shell. The needle is inserted through back loop, which are left from the crocheting 11 round of shell (see photos 74-78). Trim and fix the thread. Embrace your turtle (see photos 79-81).

Not :

This pattern is made by the design of Angelina Taranina and is intended only for personal use.

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