Amigurumi Norman the Sheep 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 Norman the Sheep.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

ACTUAL MEASUREMENT
Completed Sheep stands approx 35 cm, 13¾ in, tall

YOU WILL NEED
● 50g balls of Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran
. 1 × A – Slate Grey 606
. 2 × B – Champagne White 603
● 4.50mm (UK7 – US7) crochet hook
● 12mm safety eyes
● Toy stuffing
● Scissors
● Yarn needle
● Any black yarn for making a nose

TENSION (GAUGE)
17 sts and 19 rows to a 10cm (4in) square using 4.50mm (UK7 – US7) crochet hook or size required to obtain tension (gauge).
It is vitally important to check your tension (gauge) before starting as working to the wrong tension (gauge) will mean your toy will not be the size shown and could result in yarn being left over, or more yarn being required. Too loose a tension can also cause stuffing to work it’s way out of the toys, creating an imperfect finished product. Before beginning, crochet a tension (gauge) swatch at least 13 cm, 5 in, square and measure your tension (gauge). If there are
more stitches and rows than stated, try again using a thicker hook. If there are fewer stitches and rows than stated, try
again using a thinner hook.

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.
● Color reproduction is as close as color accuracy on screens.
● Instructions are written using UK terminology with changes for US terminology given in italics in round brackets ( )
afterwards.
● Repeat figures in round brackets ( ) the number of times stated afterwards.
● Instructions are given for the smallest size, with changes for the larger sizes given in square 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;
dec = decrease: work 2dc (sc) together;
inc = increase: work 2dc (sc) in same st;
dc (sc) = double crochet (single crochet);
sl st = slip stitch;
st(s) = stitch(es);
MR = magic ring;
bobble = *yarn over, insert hook into stitch,
yarn over and pull up a loop (three loops on hook), yarn over and pull through 2 loops; repeat from * four more times in same stitch, (six loops on hook), yarn over and pull through all six loops to close.

PATTERN NOTES
Work in rounds.
Start each round with 1ch and end with 1sl st in first chain.

HEAD
Using 4.50mm (UK7 – US7) crochet hook and yarn A.
Starting each round with 1ch and ending with 1sl st in first
chain work as follows:
round 1 6dc (sc) into MR, sl st to first dc (sc) – 6 sts.
round 2 2dc (sc) in each st around – 12 sts.
round 3 (1dc (sc), inc) around – 18 sts.
round 4 1dc (sc), inc, (2dc (sc), inc) five times, 1dc (sc) – 24 sts.
rounds 5-6 Dc (sc) around.
round 7 (3dc (sc), inc) around – 30 sts.
round 8 2dc (sc), inc, (4dc (sc), inc) five times, 2dc (sc) – 36 sts.
round 9 (5dc (sc), inc) around – 42 sts.
rounds 10-11 Dc (sc) around.
Join yarn B
round 12 (1Bobble, 1dc (sc)) around.
round 13 Dc (sc) around.
round 14 (1dc (sc), 1Bobble) around.
round 15 Dc (sc) around.
round 16 (1Bobble, 1dc (sc)) around.
round 17 (5dc (sc), dec) around – 36 sts.
round 18 (1dc (sc), 1Bobble) around.
round 19 2dc (sc), dec, (4dc (sc), dec) five times, 2dc (sc) – 30 sts.
round 20 (1Bobble, 1dc (sc)) around.
Insert safety eyes between rounds 8 and 9 leaving 12 sts between eyes.
Using black yarn make a T-shape nose using sts of round 2 for upper part and sts of round 1 for centre part of nose.
Add some stuffing.
round 21 (3dc (sc), dec) around – 24 sts.
round 22 (1dc (sc), 1Bobble) around.
round 23 1dc (sc), dec, (2dc (sc), dec) five times, 1dc (sc) – 18 sts.
round 24 (1Bobble, dec) around – 12 sts.
Add more stuffing.
round 25 Dec around – 6 sts.
Break yarn. Sew up hole and fasten off

EARS (MAKE 2)
Ears are made in rows.
Using 4.50mm (UK7 – US7) crochet hook and yarn A.
Row 1 1ch, 5 dc (sc) into MR, turn – 5 sts.
Row 2 1ch, 2dc (sc) in each st, turn – 10 sts.
Row 3 1ch, dc (sc) to end, turn.
Row 4 1ch, (1dc (sc), inc) to end, turn – 15 sts.
Row 5 1ch, dc (sc) to end, turn.
Row 6 1ch, 1dc (sc), inc, (2dc (sc), inc) four times, 1dc (sc), turn – 20 sts.
Break yarn.
Make as second part using Yarn B. Do not break the yarn and proceed with the next row:
Row 7 Using stitches from both Yarn A and Yarn B parts work 20dc (sc) around to join.
Fold in half, make 1dc (sc) into same stitch as last st through both pieces, 4dc (sc), inc into corner.
Break yarn leaving a long tail for sewing.
Make another ear the same.
Sew ears on between 3rd and 5th bobble rounds leaving 8 bobbles (on third bobble round) between ears.

BODY
Using 4.50mm (UK7 – US7) crochet hook and yarn B.
Starting each round with 1ch and ending with 1sl st in first chain work as follows:
round 1 6dc (sc) into MR, sl st to first dc (sc) – 6 sts.
round 2 2dc (sc) in each st around – 12 sts.
round 3 (Inc, 1Bobble) around – 18 sts.
round 4 1dc (sc), inc, (2dc (sc), inc) five times, 1dc (sc) – 24 sts.
round 5 (1Bobble, 1dc (sc), 1Bobble, inc) around – 30 sts.
round 6 2dc (sc), inc, (4dc (sc), inc) five times, 2dc (sc) – 36 sts.
round 7 (1Bobble, 1dc (sc), 1Bobble, 1dc (sc), 1Bobble, inc) around – 42 sts.
round 8 Dc (sc) around.
round 9 (1dc (sc), 1Bobble) around.
round 10 Dc (sc) around.
round 11 (1Bobble, 1dc (sc)) around.
round 12 (5dc (sc), dec) around – 36 sts.
round 13 (1dc (sc), 1Bobble) around.
round 14 2dc (sc), dec, (4dc (sc), dec) five times, 2dc (sc) – 30 sts.
round 15 (1Bobble, 1dc (sc)) around.
round 16 (3dc (sc), dec) around -24 sts.
round 17 (1dc (sc), 1Bobble) around.
Add some stuffing.
round 18 1dc (sc), dec, (2dc (sc), dec) five times, 1dc (sc) – 18 sts.
round 19 (1Bobble, 1dc (sc)) around.
round 20 Dc (sc) around.
round 21 (1dc (sc), 1Bobble) around.
round 22 Dc (sc) around.
Add more stuffing.
Break yarn leaving a long tail for sewing.

ARMS (MAKE 2)
Using 4.50mm (UK7 – US7) crochet hook and yarn A.
Starting each round with 1ch and ending with 1sl st in first
chain work as follows:
round 1 6dc (sc) into MR, sl st to first dc (sc) – 6 sts.
round 2 2dc (sc) in each st around – 12 sts.
round 3 (1dc (sc), inc) around – 18 sts.
rounds 4-5 Dc (sc) around.
round 6 2dc (sc), dec, (4dc (sc), dec) twice, 2dc (sc) – 15 sts.
round 7 Dc (sc) around.
round 8 (1dc (sc), dec) around – 12 sts.
Add some stuffing
rounds 9-18 Dc (sc) around.
Join yarn B
round 19 (1dc (sc), 1Bobble) around.
round 20 Dc (sc) around.
Break yarn leaving a long tail for sewing.
Fold in half and sew up hole using sts from both sides.
Make second arm the same.

LEGS (MAKE 2)
Using 4.50mm (UK7 – US7) crochet hook and yarn A.
Starting each round with 1ch and ending with 1sl st in first chain work as follows:
round 1 6dc (sc) into MR, sl st to first dc (sc) – 6 sts.
round 2 2dc (sc) in each st around – 12 sts.
round 3 (1dc (sc), inc) around – 18 sts.
round 4 1dc (sc), inc, (2dc (sc), inc) five times, 1dc (sc) – 24 sts.
rounds 5-7 Dc (sc) around.
round 8 1dc (sc), dec, (2dc (sc), dec) five times, 1dc (sc) – 18 sts.
round 9 Dc (sc) around.
Add some stuffing
round 10 (1dc (sc), dec) around.
rounds 11-20 Dc (sc) around.
Join yarn B
round 21 (1dc (sc), 1Bobble) around.
round 22 Dc (sc) around.
Break yarn leaving a long tail for sewing. Add more stuffing.
Make second leg the same.

FINISHING
Sew to body to rounds 1-4 of head.
Sew arms to last round of body.
Sew legs between first and second bobble rounds of body.

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