Amigurumi Little Bat 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 Little Bat.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

SIZES
Completed bat is approx 6in/15cm in tall
YOU WILL NEED
Paintbox Yarns is exclusively available at lovecrafts.com
● 1.8oz/50g balls of Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran:
Colorway 1
• 1 ball in Dusty Lilac (A)
• 1 ball in Pale Lilac (B)
• 1 ball in Blush Pink (C)
Colorway 2
• 1 ball in Granite Grey (A)
• 1 ball in Pure Black (B)
• 1 ball in Vanilla Cream (C)
● Small amount of white yarn for embroidery
● US G/6 (4mm) crochet hook
● Stitch marker
● Pair of 3/8in/10mm black safety eyess
● Toy stuffing
● Yarn needle

GAUGE (TENSION)
When making amigurumi matching exact tension isn’t necessary, aim for a dense fabric with no visible holes between stitches.
However, if you wish to match sample tension, work rounds 1-3 of Body with your yarn and hook.
When made in Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran and US G/6 (4mm) hook this circle will measure 11/4in/3cm across.

PATTERN NOTES
– All pieces are worked in continuous rounds without joining, use marker to denote start of round.
– Work the decreases in the pattern in your preferred method – regular or invisible decreases, the samples are made with invisible decreases as folls: insert hook under front loop of the first stitch and both loops of second stitch, yarn over hook and draw a loop through to the front of work, complete like a regular sc (dc).
– When sewing up the ends with the leftover length of yarn pick up all front loops with a tapestry needle and pull tight to close

GOOD TO KNOW
● Paintbox Yarns cannot accept responsibility for the finished item if any yarn other than the recommended yarn is used.
● Yarn quantities are based on average requirements and are therefore approximate.
● Instructions are written using US terminology with UK terminology given in italics in round brackets ( ) afterwards.
● Repeat figures in square brackets [ ] the number of times stated afterwards.
● Instructions are given for the smallest size, with changes for the larger sizes given in round brackets ( ) afterwards.
● Where only one figure is given, this relates to all sizes.
● Where the figure 0 appears, no stitches, times or rows are worked for this size.

ABBREVIATIONS
ch – chain
cm – centimeters
dec – decrease (work 2 sts together)
sc (dc) – single (double) crochet
in – inches
inc – increase (work 2 sc (dc) in one st)
slst – slip stitch
st/s – stitch/es

HEAD AND BODY
Using US G/6 (4mm) crochet hook and yarn A,
make an adjustable ring.
1st round 8 sc (dc) in ring. | 8 sts
2nd round Inc in each st around. | 16 sts
3rd round [1 sc (dc), inc in each of next 2 sts, 1 sc (dc)] 4 times. | 24 sts
4th round [2 sc (dc), inc in each of next 2 sts, 2 sc (dc)] 4 times. | 32 sts
5th round [3 sc (dc), inc in next st] 8 times. | 40 sts
6th round Sc (dc) around.
7th round [4 sc (dc), inc in next st] 8 times. | 48 sts
8-15th round Sc (dc) around.
16th round [Dec, 6 sc (dc)] 6 times. | 42 sts
17th round [Dec, 5 sc (dc)] 6 times. | 36 sts
18th round [Dec, 4 sc (dc)] 6 times. | 30 sts
Add safety eyes between rounds 13-14, approx 11 sts apart.
19th round Slst in each st around.
20-29th round Sc (dc) around.
30th round [Dec, 3 sc (dc)] 6 times. | 24 sts
31st round [Dec, 2 sc (dc)] 6 times. | 18 sts
Add plenty of toy stuffing.
32nd round [Dec, 1 sc (dc)] 6 times. | 12 sts
33rd round [Dec] 6 times. | 6 sts
Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn. Sew up end

INNER EARS (MAKE 2)
Using US G/6 (4mm) crochet hook and yarn C,
make an adjustable ring.
1st round 6 sc (dc) in ring. | 6 sts
2nd round [3 sc (dc) in next st, 1 sc (dc)] 3 times. | 12 sts
3rd round [1 sc (dc), 3 sc (dc) in next st, 2 sc (dc)] 3 times. | 18 sts
4th round [2 sc (dc), 3 sc (dc) in next st, 3 sc (dc)] 3 times. | 24 sts
Fasten off and weave in ends

OUTER EARS (MAKE 2)
Using US G/6 (4mm) crochet hook and yarn A,
make an adjustable ring.
1st round 6 sc (dc) in ring. | 6 sts
2nd round [3 sc (dc) in next st, 1 sc (dc)] 3 times. | 12 sts
3rd round [1 sc (dc), 3 sc (dc) in next st, 2 sc (dc)] 3 times. | 18 sts
4th round [2 sc (dc), 3 sc (dc) in next st, 3 sc (dc)] 3 times. | 24 sts
Take one inner ear and place on top of outer ear, wrong sides
together, work next round through both layers:
5th round [3 sc (dc), 3 sc (dc) in next st, 4 sc (dc)] 3 times. | 30 sts
Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn.
Sew ears to top of head, towards back between rounds 4-10,
leaving a gap of about 4 sts between them in the middle.

MUZZLE (MAKE 2)
Using US G/6 (4mm) crochet hook and yarn B,
make an adjustable ring.
1st round 5 sc (dc) in ring. | 5 sts
2nd round Inc in each st around. | 10 sts
Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn.
Sew both parts of muzzle to front of head, between eyes.

FEET (MAKE 2)
Using US G/6 (4mm) crochet hook and yarn A,
make an adjustable ring.
1st round 5 sc (dc) in ring. | 5 sts
2nd round Inc in each st around. | 10 sts
3rd round [Inc in next st, 1 sc (dc)] 5 times. | 15 sts
4th round Sc (dc) around.
Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn. Add a bit of stuffing
to each foot and sew to bottom of body

TUMMY
Using US G/6 (4mm) crochet hook and yarn B,
make an adjustable ring.
1st round 6 sc (dc) in ring. | 6 sts
2nd round Inc in each st around. | 12 sts
3rd round [1 sc (dc), inc in next st] 6 times. | 18 sts
4th round [2 sc (dc), inc in next st] 6 times. | 24 sts
Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn.
Sew tummy to front of body, so top edge sits
underneath head.

CHEEKS (MAKE 2)
Using US G/6 (4mm) crochet hook and yarn C,
make an adjustable ring.
1st round 6 sc (dc) in ring. | 6 sts
Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn.
Sew cheeks to front of body either side of eyes, between rounds 19-22.

ARMS (MAKE 2)
Using US G/6 (4mm) crochet hook and yarn A,
make an adjustable ring.
1st round 6 sc (dc) in ring. | 6 sts
2-13th round Sc (dc) around.
Fasten off, leaving a length of yarn.
Sew arms to either side of body between rounds 20-21.

WINGS (MAKE 2)
Using US G/6 (4mm) crochet hook and yarn A or B,
make an adjustable ring, work in rows turning at end
of each row.
1st round 4 sc (dc) in ring. | 4 sts
2nd round 1 ch [does NOT count as st here and throughout],1 sc (dc),3 sc (dc) in each of next 2sts,1 sc (dc), turn. | 8 sts
3rd round 1 ch, [2 sc (dc), 3 sc (dc) in next st] twice, 2 sc (dc), turn. | 12 sts
4th round 1 ch, 3 sc (dc), 3 sc (dc) in next st, [dec] twice, 3 sc (dc) in next st, 3 sc (dc), turn. | 14 sts
5th round 1 ch, 4 sc (dc), 3 sc (dc) in next st, [dec] twice, 3 sc (dc) in next st, 4 sc (dc), turn. | 16 sts
Fasten off, leaving a long length of yarn

TO FINISH
Sew wings to underside of each arm and to side of body.
Embroider a nose in C in middle of two parts of muzzle.
Embroider two small white teeth onto bottom edge.

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