Amigurumi Milo the Monkey 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 Milo the Monkey.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

You will need:
·       Yarn needle 
·       Soft toy filling
·       8mm safety eyes 
·       3mm crochet hook (This pattern can be made with any size yarn and hook. I recommend using a hook 1 size smaller than suggested on the yarn)
·       DK Yarn – Approx. 140m
o    Sirdar Snuggly DK – Brown
o    Sirdar Snuggly DK – Oatmeal 
o    Sirdar Snuggly DK – Black (for mouth detail)
More information and tips
Stitches and abbreviations used: (US terminology)
·       MR – Magic ring (sc unless otherwise specified)
·       Ch – Chain 
·       SC – Single crochet 
·       Inc – Increase stitch (2 single crochets into one stitch)
·       Dec – Decrease stitch (single crochet 2 stitches together)
·       FLO – Front loop only 
·       BLO – Back loop only 
·       YO – Yarn Over 
·       ST – Stitch                                                      
·       SLST – Slip stitch 
·       R – Round or Row 
·       FO – Finish Off
Other things to note….
·       Most of this pattern is worked in continuous rounds. It is helpful to use a stitch marker to keep track.
·       The number in ( ) at the end of each round indicates the total stitch count for that round.
·       *  * indicates repeated series of stitches. 
·       Use invisible decreases for a neater finished product. This is done by using the FLO of the stitches while making the decrease. 
·       Changing colour – complete the stitch before the colour change by working the last yarn over of the stitch with the new colour. 
·       Stitches in [ ]  are worked into one stitch.
·       Remember to stuff the product little and often as you work.

Head – Starting in oatmeal 
1.6sc into MR (6)
2. *Inc * x6 (12)
3.*1sc, inc * x6 (18)
4.*1sc, inc, 1sc * x6 (24)
5.*3sc, inc * x6 (30)
6.*2sc, inc, 2sc * x6 (36)
7.*5sc, inc * x6 (42)
8.Change to brown – *3sc, inc, 3sc * x6 (48)
9-16.Sc (48) – 8 rounds – Place safety eyes between R5-6, approx. 8st apart 
17.*3sc, dec, 3sc * x6 (42) 
18.*5sc, dec * x6 (36) – Stuff the head and continue stuffing until closed 
19.*2sc, dec, 2sc * x6 (30) 
20.*3sc, dec * x6 (24) 
21.*1sc, dec, 1sc * x6 (18)
22.*1sc, dec * x6 (12)
23.*dec * x6 (6)
FO – Close hole 
Muzzle – Oatmeal
1.6sc into MR (6)
2. *Inc * x6 (12)
3.1sc, inc x3, 3sc, inc x3, 2sc (18)
4.2sc, inc x3, 6sc, inc x3, 4sc (24)
5.3sc, inc, 2sc, inc. 8sc, inc, 2sc, inc, 5sc (28)
6-7.Sc (28) – 2 rounds 
FO – Leaving long yarn tail, sew to the bottom half of the face between R1-7, stuffing as you sew.Using a stand of brown yarn, embroider on the nose detail. Using a strand of black yarn, embroider on the mouth detail. See pictures for guidance.
Ears x2 – Brown  
1.6sc into MR (6)
2. *Inc * x6 (12) 
3.*1sc, inc * x6 (18)
4-5.Sc (18) – 2 rounds 
6.*dec, 1sc * x6 (12)
FO – Leaving yarn tail, sew to the head between R12-14. Approx. 16st apart. This piece is not stuffed. 
Body – Brown
1.6sc into MR (6)
2. *Inc * x6 (12)
3.*1sc, inc* x6 (18)
4.*1sc, inc, 1sc * x6 (24)
5.*3sc, inc * x6 (30)
6.*2sc, inc, 2sc * x6 (36)
7-19.Sc (36) – 13 rounds 
20.*7sc, dec * x4 (32) – Stuff the piece and continue stuffing until end.
21.Sc (32) 
22.*3sc, dec, 3sc * x4 (28)
23.*5sc, dec * x4 (24)
24.*2sc, dec, 2sc * x4 (20)
FO – Leaving yarn tail, sew to R10-18 of the head. 
Thumbs x2 – Oatmeal
1.
5sc into MR (5)
2.SC (5)
FO – Leaving yarn tail to close any gaps from joining to the hand in the next step.
Hands & Arms x2 – Starting in Oatmeal
1.6sc into MR (6)
2.Inc x5, 1sc (11)
3-4.Sc (11) – 2 rounds 
5.2sc, 5sc around the thumb, 9sc around the rest of the hand. (16) 
6.*dec, 2sc * x 4 (12) – Use the yarn tail from the thumb to close up any gaps from joining.
7.Change to Brown – *4sc, dec * x2 (10)
8-21.Sc (10) – 14 rounds – Stuff the piece and continue stuffing until end.
22.*dec * x5 (5)
FO – Close hole. Leaving yarn tail, sew to the top of the body just below where the head is joined with the thumbs facing forward, approx. 8st apart. 
Legs x2 – Starting in Oatmeal 
1.6sc into MR (6)
2.*Inc * x6 (12)
3.*1sc, inc * x6 (18)
4.*8sc, inc * x2 (20)
5-6.Sc (20) – 2 rounds 
7.6sc, dec x4, 6sc (16)
8.6sc, dec x2, 6sc (14)
9-22.Change to Brown – sc (14) –14 rounds – Stuff the piece and continue stuffing until end.
23.*dec * x7 (7)
FO – close hole, leaving yarn tail, sew the legs to the side of the body at approx. R5-9 of the body.
Tail – Brown
1.6sc into MR (6)
2.*Inc, 2sc * x2 (8)
3-20.Sc (8) – 18 rounds – Stuff lightly
FO – Leaving yarn tail, sew to body at the centre of theback at R5-7.

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