Amigurumi Sweet Mole Free Pattern

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Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Amigurumi Sweet Mole.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

Size:
10 inches from bottom to top of head with weight 4 yarn and a 3.25 mm hook
Skill Level Needed:
Intermediate- suitable for novice crocheters, requires patience and precisions when assembling the mole and basic crochet skills.
Contact Info:
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Materials Needed:
Yarn: Worsted Weight #4, approximately 100g of main color, 50-75g of accent colors
Color A: Gray, Color B: Pink, Color C: Red, Color D: Dark Pink, Color E: Black
12 mm safety eyes
Hook Size: D Hook or 3.25 mm
Scissors, sewing needle, stitch marker, fiberfill stuffing

Abbreviations:
mr= magic ring- crochet single crochet stitches in to the adjustable loop
BLO= back loops only
ch= chain stitch
F/O= Fasten off
sc= single crochet stitch
hdc= half double crochet
sl= slip stitch
FLO= front loops only
dc= double crochet stitch
inc3= 3 sc in the same stitch
inc= increase- make two single crochet stitches in the same stitch
dec=decrease- crochet two stitches together using the decrease method
(4 sc, inc) x 6= repeat the pattern between parentheses 6 times

Notes:
• Do not join rounds unless stated, work in a continuous spiral
• Use a stitch marker to mark the beginning of each round
• All stitches are worked in both loops unless stated otherwise in the pattern

Head and Body:
Crocheted from top of head to bottom
Starting with Color A:

1- Make 6 sc into a magic ring= 6
2- Increase in each st around= 12
3- (sc, inc) x 6= 18
4- sc, inc, (2 sc, inc) x 5, sc= 24
5- (3 sc, inc) x 6= 30
6- 2 sc, inc, (4 sc, inc) x 5, 2 sc= 36
7- (5 sc, inc) x 6= 42
8- 3 sc, inc, (6 sc, inc) x 5, 3 sc= 48
9-16. sc in each st around
17- work 36 sc, Ch 9, skip 9 stitches, sc in next 3 stitches= 48
18-20. sc in each st around
21- (15 sc, inc) x 3= 51
22-23. sc in each st around
Start stuffing the head

Head and Body Contiuned:
Place eyes between rounds 14 and 15, the eyes will be 2 holes away from the corner of the mouth. If you want the sunken eye look, do not place the backs of the eyes on until round 30.
TIP! You may have to adjust the eye placement depending on yarn and hook size you use.
24- (16 sc, inc) x 3= 54
25-26. sc in each st around

Now for the eyes. Stuff the head well. Cut a long piece of yarn and remove the eyes. Place the needle in the hole where the first eye was and thread the needle into a hole next to the eye hole. Go back and forth between each eye hole repeating the process from the first eye. Pull slightly on the yarn after going through each hole. Do this about 3 times on each side until you reach the look you want. Follow the pictures on pg. 5-6 for help.
To place the backs of the eyes you will need to remove most of the stuffing to place the washers on the eyes then re stuff it.

27- (17 sc, inc) x 3= 57
28- sc in each st around

Head and Body Continued:

29- (18 sc, inc) x 3= 60
30-37. sc in each st around
38- (8 sc, dec) x 6= 54
39- (7 sc, dec) x 6= 48 point.
40- (6 sc, dec) x 6= 42
41- (5 sc, dec) x 6= 36
42- (4 sc, dec) x 6= 30
43- (3 sc, dec) x 6= 24
44- (2 sc, dec) x 6= 18
45- (sc, dec) x 6= 12
46- dec x 6= 6
F/O and sew the hole closed

Eyes:

Nose:
Turn your mole upside down. In the right corner of the mouth, attach Color B yarn with a sl st

1- sc in the 9 stitches on top of the mouth, sc in the next 9 stitches on the bottom of the mouth= 18

2- sc in each st around
3- (4 sc, dec) x 3= 15
4-5. sc in each st around
Stuff the nose as you work
6- (3 sc, dec) x 3= 12
7-8. sc in each st around
9- (2 sc, dec) x 3= 9
Change to Color D:
10-11. sc in each st around
12- (sc, dec) x 3= 6
F/O and sew the hole closed

Arm Style #1:
Fingers(Make 20):
With Color B:

1- Make 4 sc into a magic ring= 4
2- (sc, inc) x 2= 6
3-6. sc in each st around
Do not F/O the 5th finger! You will continue working to make the hand:
7- Work a sc in the 2nd finger to connect the 1st and 2nd finger together, work 2 more sc. Work a sc onto the 3rd finger, work 2 more sc on the 3rd finger. Work a sc on the 4th finger, work 2 more sc on the 4th finger, work a sc on the 5th finger to connect, work 5 more sc around the 5th finger. Work 3 sc on the 4th finger, work 3 sc on the 3rd finger, work 3 sc on the 2nd finger. Work 6 sc around the 1st finger= 30

Arm Style #1 continued:

2- sc in each st around
3- (3 sc, dec) x 6= 24
Do not stuff the fingers or hands
4- (2 sc, dec) x 6= 18
5-6. sc in each st around
Change to Color A:
Do not stuff the arms
7- (4 sc, dec) x 3= 15
8-10. sc in each st around
11- (3 sc, dec) x 3= 12
12- sc in each st around
Work 3 sc, fold the arm in half and sc the opening closed. F/O and leave a long tail for sewing

Arm Style #2:
With Color A:
Ch 12, leave a very long tail at the beginning of your chain 12

1- sl st to the first ch to make a ring, sc in each st around= 12

2- (3 sc, inc) x 3= 15
3-5. sc in each st around

6- (4 sc, inc) x 3= 18
Change to Color B:
7-8. sc in each st around
9- (2 sc, inc) x 6= 24
10-11. sc in each st around
Do not stuff the arms
Fold the arms in half and sc the opening closed.
12- (Ch 6, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and across, sl st in the next stitch) x 5, sl st in the last 2 stitches
F/O and weave in the tail ends.

Sherlock Hat:
With Color C:

1- Make 6 sc into a magic ring= 6
2- Increase in each st around= 12
3- (sc, inc) x 6= 18
4- (2 sc, inc) x 6= 24
5- (3 sc, inc) x 6= 30
6- (4 sc, inc) x 6= 36
7- (5 sc, inc) x 6= 42
8-9. sc in each st around
10- (6 sc, inc) x 6= 48
11- (7 sc, inc) x 6= 54
12-15. sc in each st around
You are going to start making the hat flap:
Work 14 sc
16- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 13 sc
17- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 12 sc
18- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 11 sc
19- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 10 sc
20- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 9 sc
21- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 8 sc
22- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 7 sc
23- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 6 sc
24- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 5 sc
25- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 4 sc
26- Ch 1, turn, dec x 2
27- Ch 1, turn, dec
Ch 15
F/O
Attach Color C yarn right next to your edge of your hat with a sl st:

Sherlock Hat Continued:
Ch 2, dc in the same stitch, dc in the next 12 stitches
Ch 2, turn, skip 1 stitch, 11 dc, skip 1 stitch, Ch 2, sl st in same st to F/O
Weave in any yarn tails.

Attach Color C yarn with a sl st to the stitch next to the brim:
You are going to be making the 2nd hat flap:

Work 14 sc

1- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 13 sc
2- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 12 sc
3- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 11 sc
4- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 10 sc
5- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 9 sc
6- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 8 sc
7- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 7 sc
8- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 6 sc
9- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 5 sc
10- Ch 1, turn, skip 1, 4 sc
11- Ch 1, turn, dec x 2
12- Ch 1, turn, dec
Ch 15
F/O

Attach Color C yarn with a sl st to the 2nd flap of your hat:

Ch 2, dc in the same stitch, dc in the next 12 stitches
Ch 2, turn, skip 1 stitch, 11 dc, skip 1 stitch, Ch 2, sl st in same st to F/O
Weave in any yarn tails. Fold your flaps together and tie the tails together.

Sherlock Cape:
With Color C:
Ch 67

1- sc in 2nd ch from hook and across= 66
2- Ch 1, turn, sc across
3- Ch 1, turn, dec, 62 sc, dec= 64
4- Ch 1, turn, dec, 60 sc, dec= 62
5- Ch 1, turn, dec, 58 sc, dec= 60
6- Ch 1, turn, dec, 56 sc, dec= 58
7- Ch 1, turn, dec, 54 sc, dec= 56
8- Ch 1, turn, dec, 52 sc, dec= 54
9- Ch 1, turn, dec, 50 sc, dec= 52
10- Ch 1, turn, dec, 48 sc, dec= 50
11- Ch 1, turn, dec, 46 sc, dec= 48
Sc around the edges of the cape, work an increase in each corner of the cape, when you get to the top of the cape: Ch 30, sl st in 2nd ch from hook and across. This is creating a strap.
Sl st across the top of the cape. Ch 30, sl st in 2nd ch from hook and across to create the 2nd strap. F/O and weave in the yarn tails

Watsoil Hat:
With Color E:

1- Make 6 sc into a magic ring= 6
2- Increase in each st around= 12
3- (sc, inc) x 6= 18
4- (2 sc, inc) x 6= 24
5- (3 sc, inc) x 6= 30
6- (4 sc, inc) x 6= 36
7- (5 sc, inc) x 6= 42
8-13. sc in each st around
14- (sc, inc) x 21= 63
F/O and if you want to sew the hat on. Leave a long tail for sewing

Watsoil Scarf:
Ch 118

1- dc in 2nd ch from hook and across, Ch 2, sl st in same st to F/O
Cut approximately 12 strands of red yarn. They will be about 6 inches in length.
Attach them to the edges of the scarf. Cut them to size.

Tail:
With Color A:

1- Make 4 sc into a magic ring= 4
2- (sc, inc) x 2= 6
3-8. sc in each st around
Stuff the tail as you work
9- (2 sc, inc) x 2= 8
10-15. sc in each st around
16- (3 sc, inc) x 2= 10
17-22. sc in each st around
F/O and leave a long tail for sewing

Assembly

Arms:

1- Thread your needle with a long strand of white yarn. Insert the needle into a hole in between the eyes. Bring the needle up to a lower corner on the eye. Wrap the needle around the outside of the eye. Insert the needle into a top corner on the eye. Repeat for the 2nd eye. Weave in any yarn tails.
2- Pin the arms onto the side of the body. (for the arm style #2, You will have to sew the arm opening closed.)
3- Sew the arms onto the body.

Legs:

1- Turn the body upside down. Pin the legs onto the bottom of the fee approximately between rounds 43 and 44.
2- Sew the legs onto the body.

Tail:

1- Pin your tail onto the back of the body.
2- Sew the tail onto the body.

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