Amigurumi Flopy and Mopsy Bunnies Free Pattern

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Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Amigurumi Flopy and Mopsy Bunnies.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

STATS: The bunnies are approximately 5 inches long (12.7 cm)

MATERIALS:
YARN: Lion brand baby soft boucle in:
A – White (1 x 100g/3.5 oz)
B – Peach (1 x 100g/3.5 oz)
For velvety bunnies I have used Bernat Baby velvet yarn.
HOOK: 5.5mm (US size I)
OTHER: 6mm safety eyes
Fiberfill for stuffing
Tapestry needle
Stitch marker

– I highly recommend working with a fuzzy yarn to get the fluffy pom-pom like texture.
– The size of toy may vary depending on the size of hook and yarn used.

TERMINOLOGY : This pattern uses US terminology

MR – magic ring
sc – single crochet
inc – increase
dec – decrease
sl st – slip stitch
F/O – fasten off
[ ] – total # of stitches per round
( ) – repeat steps in brackets

NOTES:

Tips for working with fuzzy yarn:

1- Working with fuzzy yarn may seem intimidating at first, but with a little practice and a few adjustments you can use it to create a wonderful texture.
2- Do not hesitate to use a larger sized hook. Keep your stitches loose, as the fuzzy yarn texture will cover up any gaps between the stitches.
3- Try to feel your stitches instead of seeing them and make sure to use multiple stitch markers to keep track of the stitch count. Divide the round into halves or quarter and place markers at the end of each quarter.
4- Do not be too concerned if you’ve got an extra stitch or are one stitch short. This type of yarn is fairly forgiving and you will not be able to see a big difference.
5- Work in continuous rounds without joining the round with a slip stitch, unless directed to do so.
6- The bunny’s body is constructed from top to bottom. The head and tail are made separately and then attached to the body.
7- I have used a magic ring to begin the rounds, if you have difficulties with the magic ring you may begin with ch-2 and work 6 sc in the second ch from the hook.

BODY

Using the color A (White) yarn, begin with an MR.
Round 1: 6 sc in MR [6]
Round 2: (inc in each st) x 6 around [12]
Round 3: (sc; inc) x 6 around [18]
Join color B (Peach) yarn.
Round 4: (2 sc, inc) x 1 in color B; (2 sc, inc) x 5 in color A around [24]
Round 5: (3 sc, inc) x 2 in color B; (3 sc, inc) x 2 in color A;
(3 sc, inc) x 1 in color B; (3 sc, inc) x 1 in color A around [30]
Round 6: (4 sc, inc) x 1 in color B; (4 sc, inc) x 2 in color A;
(4 sc, inc) x 2 in color B, (4 sc, inc) x 1 in color A around [36]
Round 7: 6 sc in color B; 15 sc in color A;
15 sc in color B around [36]
Round 8: 8 sc in color B; 8 sc in color A; 10 sc in color B;
10 sc in color A around [36]
Round 9: 10 sc in color B; 26 sc in color A around [36]
F/O color B yarn, using color A yarn only.
Round 10: (4 sc, dec) x6 around [30]
Round 11: (3 sc, dec) x 6 around [24]
Round 12: (2 sc, dec) x 6around [18]
Round 13: (sc, dec) x 6 around [12]
Start stuffing the body, do not overstuff.
Round 14: (dec) x 6 [6]
Fill the body with fiberfill. F/O and thread tail end of yarn onto a tapestry needle, insert the needle in and out of the remaining sts, pull gently to close and weave in end.

HEAD
Using the color A (White) yarn, begin with an MR.
Round 1: 6 sc in MR [6]
Round 2: (inc in each st) x 6 around [12]
Join the color B yarn.
Round 3: (sc, inc) x 3 in color A; (sc, inc) x 3 in color B around [18]
Round 4: 10 sc in color A; 8 sc in color B around [18]
Round 5: 14 sc in color A; 4 sc in color B around [18]
Sl st into next st and F/O leaving a long tail for sewing.

EARS (MAKE 2)
Using the color B (Peach) yarn, ch 7.
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from the hook and in next 4 chs, 3 sc in the last ch, working on the other side of the ch, sc in next 5
chs [13].
F/O color B yarn. Join and continue in color A yarn.
Row 2: ch 1 and turn, sc in the same st as ch 1 and in next 5 sts, inc in next st, sc in next 6 sts [14]
F/O leaving a tail for sewing.

TAIL
Using the color A (White) yarn, begin with an MR.
Round 1: 6 sc in MR
Round 2: (sc, inc) x 3 around [9]
Round 3: sc in each st around [9]
Sl st into next and F/O leaving a tail for sewing.

ASSEMBLY

1- Stuff the head with fiberfill and position the head on the body, so the side with color B yarn is facing upwards. Sew
the head to the body gently in order to get the soft fluffy effect (stitches shouldn’t be too tight).

2- Position the safety eyes on the head. I have used a glue gun to secure the eyes.

3- Position the ears evenly on the sides of the head. Sew them neatly into place.

4- Stuff the tail lightly and position it to the back of the body and sew it gently.

5- Using a pink yarn, embroider a tiny noise on the face. Or you can also give them a tiny felt cut-out nose.

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