Amigurumi Sister Mouse Free Crochet Pattern

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ABBREVIATIONS:

•Mr: Magic ring,

• sc: single crochet,

•İnc: increase,

•DEC  decrease,

• x: repeat.

•BLO: Back Loop only,

•FLO: Front Loop only,

•DC: Double crochet.

MOUSE

NECESSARY MATERIALS

Yarn

DOLCE YARNART (DOLCE YARNART) or analogues, a total of 2.5 hanks are needed

Floss or cotton for stitching and embroidering eyebrows

Body color

1.5 hank a little more than 1 hank

clothing

0.5 hank 0.5 hank shorts, 0.5 shirt

Additional colors (0.1 hank each)

Hook

Number 3.5 or 4 (my girl is connected number 3.5, the boy – number 4)

Felt for nose

soft felt measuring 6cm by 5cm

Hollofiber

Hardware

Eyes – 1 pair (Ø 10 mm)

Cilia (regular waybills)

Additional materials

Fatin – height 60 mm (per layer – 1m)

Satin ribbon, organza (width 7 mm) – in

1m

Buttons Ø 6 mm – 5 pcs.

The author of this master class is Anastasia Khilkevich (@dinapolyknitting)

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In this master class, the toy turns out to be 40-49 cm tall, depending on the density of your knitting, size

hook and batch of yarn.

We knit without lifting loops (if this is not indicated in the scheme), in a spiral. Mark the first or last loop of the row

marker, moving it along the knitting.

Pens (2 parts)

Knit with body color

1 row – MAGİC RİNG – (6 sc)

2 row – 6İNC – (12 sc)

3 row – (1 sc, 1İNC) x 6 – (18 sc)

4th row – 3DEC, 12 sc – (15 sc)

5 row – 15 sc;

6 row – 3DEC, 9 sc – (12 sc)

7 row – 4DEC, 4 sc – (8 sc)

We stuff the handle denser.

Then we fill as we knit, and starting from the 18th or 19th row, we stop

to stuff.

8 – 23 (17) rows – 8 sc – (16 rows (10 rows))

18 row – right hand – change color, for shirt color – 8 sc – left hand – 5 sc, change color to shirt color, 3 sc – (8 sc)

19 – 23 rows – 8 sc (5 rows)

24 row – 1DEC, 2 sc, 1DEC, 2 sc – (6 sc)

25 row – we knit, if you need several loops (or loosen a couple) to align the knit for knitting

loops together. Fold the handle in half and knit the stitches together (3 sc). We fix and hide the thread.

Ears (2 parts)

Knit with body color

1 row– MAGİC RİNG– (6 sc)

2 row– 6İNC (12 sc)

3 row– (1 sc, 1İNC) x 6– (18 sc)

4 row– (2 sc, 1İNC) x 6– (24 sc)

5 row– (3 sc, 1İNC) x 6– (30 sc)

6 row– 2 sc, 1İNC, (4 sc, 1İNC) x 5, 2 sc– (36 sc)

7 row– (5 sc, 1İNC) x 6– (42 sc)

8 row– 2 sc, 1İNC, (6 sc, 1İNC) x 5, 4 sc– (48 sc)

9 row– 5 sc, 1İNC, (7 sc, 1İNC) x 5, 2 sc– (54 sc)

10 row– (7 sc, 1DEC) x 6– (48 sc)

11 row– 1 sc, 1DEC, (6 sc, 1DEC) x 5, 5 sc– (42 sc)

12 row– 3 sc, 1DEC, (5 sc, 1DEC) x 5, 2 sc– (36 sc)

13 row– (4 sc, 1DEC) x 6– (30 sc)

14 row– 2 sc, 1DEC, (3 sc, 1DEC) x 5, 1 sc– (24 sc)

15 row– (2 sc, 1DEC) x 6– (18 sc)

16 row– (1 sc, 1DEC) x 6– (12 sc)

17 row– 6DEC (6 sc) Close the knitting

Tail

Knit with body color

1 row – MAGİC RİNG – (6 sc)

2 – 3 row – 6sc – (2 rows)

4 row – 1DEC, 2 sc, 1DEC – (4 sc)

Tightly fill and fill another row 4

5 – 42 rows –4 sc – (37 rows)

43 row –1DEC, 2 sc – (3 sc)

44 – 48 rows – 3 sc – (5 rows)

Close the knitting, hide the thread.

Sew the tail looking up, I sewed in a circle all

wide part of the tail.

Legs (2 parts)

Take the color of the sole

1 row – dial 6 ch

2 row – into the second loop from the hook 2 sc, then we knit 3 sc along

order dec, then we knit 3 sc in one loop, turn the knitting and

continue to knit 4 sc (12 sc)

3 row – 2İNC, 3 sc, 3İNC, 3sc, 1İNC – (18 sc)

4th row – (1 sc, 1İNC) x 2, 3 sc, (1 sc, 1İNC) x 3, 4 sc, 1İNC – (24 sc)

Change to the color of the shoes (for girls, boys continue to knit)

5 row – 24 sc

For the boy we change the color of shoes, the girl continues to knit

6 row – 10 sc, 3DEC, 8 sc – (21 sc)

7 row – 9 sc, 3DEC, 6 sc – (18 sc)

8 row – 7 sc, 3DEC, 5 sc – (15 sc)

We stuff tightly, then we stuff the legs as we knit, I did not stuff

very tight, the idea was in the “plasticine” legs

Change the thread to the color of the socks

9 row – we knit for the back wall 6 sc, 3DEC, 3 sc – (12 sc)

10 row – 6 sc, 2DEC, 2 sc – (10 sc)

!!!For girl:

11 – 16 rows – 10 sc – (6 rows). Important! 16 row we knit for the back

the wall. Then in the same color (but with a new thread so that it is not visible

transition) we knit 2 sc in each loop of 15 rows (these are ruffles of a sock)

Change the thread to body color

17 – 27 rows – 10 sc – (11 rows). We finish knitting the right leg, we don’t cut the thread on the left leg.

!!!For boy:

11 – 13 rows – 10 sc – (4 rows)

! (for the right leg, the thread can begin to be changed in the 13th row without tying 5 sc so that the color transitions are

inside the leg)

14 – 17 rows – in each row we change the thread to the color of the pattern, we knit 10 sc (4 rows)

Change the thread to body color

18 – 22 rows – 10 sc – (5 rows)

Change the thread to the color of the shorts

23 – 28 rows – 10 sc – (6 rows) The last row of the left leg is untied 2 sc.

We finish knitting the right leg, we don’t cut the thread on the left leg.

Body

I indicate in red the information and row for the boy

We continue to knit the body with a thread from the working leg

28 (29) row – 3 sc along the working leg, 5 volts, insert the hook into the second

knit the leg for three loops (four loops) to the end of the already knitted row, knit

3 sc (4 sc), 1 sc in that loop where called the connecting loop, 2

sc (1 sc), 1İNC, 3 sc, 1 sc to the loop where you started to knit a leg, 5 sc

in the air loops, 1 sc in the loop where they finished knitting on the first leg, 3

sc, 1İNC, 3 sc – (34 sc)

29 (30) row – 3 sc, 1İNC, 3 sc, 1İNC, 5 sc, 1İNC, 2 sc, 1İNC, 2 sc, 1İNC, 5sc, 1İNC, 2

sc, 1İNC, 2 sc, 1İNC, 2 sc – (42 sc)

30 (31) row – 15 sc, 1İNC, 4 sc, 1İNC, 13 sc, 1İNC, 4 sc, 1İNC, 2 sc – (46sc)

31 (32) row – 15 sc, 1İNC, 6 sc, 1İNC, 13 sc, 1İNC, 6 sc, 1İNC, 2 sc – (50sc)

32 (33) row – 15 sc, 1İNC, 8 sc, 1İNC, 13 sc, 1İNC, 8 sc, 1İNC, 2 sc – (54sc)

33 (34) row – 7 sc, 1İNC, 7 sc, 1İNC, 10 sc, 1İNC, 13 sc, 1İNC, 10 sc, 1İNC, 2 sc – (59 sc)

34 (35) row – 7 sc, 2İNC, 7 sc, 1İNC, 39 sc, 1İNC, 2 sc – (63 sc)

35 (36) Series – 63sc

36 (37) series – 31 sc, 1DEC, 11 sc, 1DEC, 17 sc – (61 sc)

37 (38) Series – 31 sc, 1DEC, 9 sc, 1DEC, 17 sc – (59 sc)

38 (39) series – 31 sc, 1DEC, 7 sc, 1DEC, 17 sc – (57 sc)

39 (40) row – 7 sc, 1DEC, 8 sc, 1DEC, 12 sc, 1DEC, 5 sc, 1DEC, 14 sc, 1DEC, 1 sc – (52 sc)

40 (41) series – 6 sc, 1DEC, 7 sc, 1DEC, 12 sc, 1DEC, 3 sc, 2DEC, 10 sc, 2DEC – (46 sc)

Change the thread to the color of the clothes (for the girl), to the color of the belt (for the boy)

41 (42) row – 13 sc, 1DEC, 29 sc, 1DEC (this decrease is transient, one loop from the current row, the other from the next.

The decrease will be the beginning of the next row) – (43 sc)

For the girl we continue knitting, for the boy we change the thread to the color of the shirt.

42 (43) series – 11 sc, 1DEC, 29 sc – (42 sc)

43 (44) series – 1DEC, 9 sc, 1DEC, 29 sc – (40 sc)

44 (45) series – 1DEC, 7 sc, 1DEC, 29 sc – (38 sc)

45 (46) series – 1DEC, 5 sc, 1DEC, 29 sc – (36 sc)

46 (47) – 51 (52) rows – 36 sc – (6 rows)

52 (53) series – 7 sc, 1DEC, 5 sc, 1DEC, 11 sc, 1DEC, 5 sc, 1DEC – (32 sc)

53 (54) row (for the boy we continue to knit in the same color, for the girl we knit in brackets with the color of the body) – 7 sc,

(1DEC, 3 sc, 1DEC), 1DEC, 7 sc, 1DEC, (1DEC, 3 sc, 1DEC) – (26 sc)

How to knit handles: decrease – we knit the first loop in the fabric, the second with

with a pen, then with a 1 sc handle, then the second decrease is also half, the first part

knit with a handle, the second in the fabric.

54 (55) row (For the boy, we continue to knit in one color, for the girl, what

brackets, knit with body color. We knit the handles where the brackets are) – 7 sc, (1DEC, 1 sc, 1DEC), 9

sc, (1DEC, 1 sc, 1DEC) – (22 sc)

For girls, we continue to knit with body color, for a boy with shirt color

55 (56) row (before the last two decreases in the boy we change to body color) – 1DEC, 3

sc, 4DEC, 3 sc, 3DEC – (14 sc)

56 (57) series – 2 sc, 1DEC, 5 sc, 1DEC, 3 sc – (12 sc)

Head

57 (58) row– (1 sc, 1İNC) x 6– (18 sc)

58 (59) row– (2 sc, 1İNC) x 6– (24 sc)

59 (60) row– (3 sc, 1İNC) x 6– (30 sc)

60 (61) row– (4 sc, 1İNC) x 6– (36 sc)

61 (62) row– (5 sc, 1İNC) x 6– (42 sc)

62 (63) row– (6 sc, 1İNC) x 6– (48 sc)

63 (64) row– 5 sc, 1İNC, 4 sc, 1İNC, 10 sc, 1İNC, 20 sc, 1İNC, 5 sc– (52sc) – underlined columns should be in the middle of the muzzle

64 (65) row – 1İNC, 5 sc, 1İNC, 4 sc, 1İNC, 5 sc, 2İNC, 5 sc, 1İNC, 20 sc, 1İNC, 5 sc, 1İNC (60sc)

65 (66) row– 8 sc, 1İNC, 4 sc, 1İNC, 16 sc, 1İNC, 20 sc, 1İNC, 8 sc– (64sc)

66–68 (67–69) – 64 sc– (3 rows)

69 (70) series – 1DEC, 6 sc, 1DEC, 4 sc, 1DEC, 7 sc, 1DEC, 7 sc, 1DEC, 20 sc, 1DEC, 8 sc– (58sc)

70 (71) series– 6 sc, 1DEC, 4 sc, 1DEC, 13 sc, 2DEC, 16 sc, 2DEC, 7 sc– (52sc)

We fill the neck and the beginning of the head well (I inserted cotton buds into the neck).

71 (72) series – 5 sc, 1DEC, 4 sc, 1DEC, 5 sc, 1DEC, 4 sc, 2DEC, 14 sc, 2DEC, 4sc, 1dec– (44sc)

72 (73) series– 4 sc, 1DEC, 4 sc, 1DEC, 8 sc, 1DEC, 16 sc, 1DEC, 4 sc– (40sc)

73 (74) series– 3 sc, 1DEC, 4 sc, 1DEC, 6 sc, 1DEC, 16 sc, 1DEC, 3 sc– (36sc)

74–75 (75–76) – 36 sc– (2 rows)

Insert the eyes between 71 (72) and 72 (73) rows. Between the eyes 8 loops

76 (77) row– (4 sc, 1DEC) x 6– (30 sc)

We stuff our head. And we continue as we knit.

77 (78) row– (3 sc, 1DEC) x 6– (24 sc)

78 (79) row – (2 sc, 1DEC) x 6 – (18 sc)

79 (80) row – (1 sc, 1DEC) x 6 – (12 sc)

80 (81) row – 6DEC – (6 sc)

Close the knitting.

Muzzle

1 row – from blue to blue 4 sc, from blue to blue 1İNC, 1 sc, from

blue to red 1İNC, 1sc, From red to blue 1İNC, 2sc,

1İNC, from blue to white 1 sc, 1İNC, from white to blue 1 sc, 1İNC –

(22sc)

We put a marker, continue to knit in a spiral.

2 row – 4 sc, 1DEC, 5 sc, 4 sl-st, 5 sc, 1DEC – (20sc)

3 row – 4 sc, 1DEC, 4 sc, 4 sl-st, 4 sc, 1DEC – (18sc)

4 row – 4 sc, 1DEC, 3 sc, 4 sl-st, 3 sc, 1DEC – (16sc)

5 row – 4 sc, 1DEC, 2 sc, 2DEC, 2 sc, 1DEC – (12sc)

5 row – 4 sc, 1DEC, 2 sc, 2DEC,

2 sc, 1DEC – (12sc)

6 row – 4 sc, 1DEC, 1 sc, 2

sl-st, 1 sc, 1DEC – (10sc)

We fill the muzzle.

7 row – 5DEC – (5 sc)

Close the knitting.

The design of the muzzle and head

1. Ears I start to sew on the bottom marker dec, as on

photo, and when I return to the beginning, I go down one more

row to the bottom. And it turns out that the ear originates at the level

eye.

Between markers

8 rows distance.

2. Ponytails on the strings with which I pull away

I leave it more authentic, since then with tails

I’m still pulling off the face.

I insert the needle into the pink marker, put it out in

blue, looking for some in pink and vyvo ju next to

pink, i.e. in the next column. Pulling together

dimples of the mouth formed and the eye became on

a place. I knit on two knots, with

need to repeat, I do not hide the strings.

The second eye is similar (I take another thread dec), yellow, pink,

blue next to yellow. Tie, do not hide the thread.

3. The threads that we have left, we will tighten the face.

We take a string and enter into the dimple which is formed by it, deduce in

purple marker, insert into pink marker, display in another

dimple, tighten, tie. (We pull together without fanaticism, we just

you need a little snout to make a snub).

Then we repeat the same manipulations with the second pair of markers,

can be done in reverse order so as not to pile up

knots. (Dimple, blue, pink, adjacent dimple, tighten, tie)

We take a thread from either side (more truly, we enter into the dimple and

we put it in a green marker, put it in pink and put it in a dimple (if

you need to hold the thread dec two times, then we display in the green marker and

repeat the manipulation). Tighten just a little bit, form

muzzle groove, make sure that the place of the nose does not flatten.

We hide all the strings.

Nose

At the rectangle we round the corners, tighten in a circledec,

put a little filler. We form a nose, I have it

slightly elongated to the sides. Sew on, as in the photo.

Rotik

Start knitting from red

marker.

1 row – from red to red 3 sc, from

red to blue 1 sc, from blue to

pink 1sc, from pink to red 1sc,

from red to pink 3 sc. (9 sc)

2 row – turn the knitting, 1DEC, 5 sc, 1dec. (7 sc).

Close the knitting, hide the strings.

Tongue

You can just paste the red felt. I knitted one row of red

plush yarn. (1 row in 3 sc). Threads are authentic.

Then I just tied it in my mouth. So the baby can

stick fingers in mouth and drag on tongue.

Girls clothes

I knit the first row of the dress in a circle one sc

each column. Start side dec to color transition that

the front was not so evident.

Then we form and sew the tulle bastard. We knit

bows.

Collar. We begin to knit in the last row of the dress. By

2sn in each column. On the handles I knit on a movable

parts. (The idea is a T-shirt on

shoulders)

Boy’s clothes.

We knit a black belt

one sc to each

column. We start knitting

side dec to color transition,

what the front didn’t rush into

eyes. We form the straps

belt and buckle.

We form laces on gumshoes.

We knit a collar: In the last row of the shirt, in the center we introduce a crochet

and dial 3 ch, in the next table 1 dc, in the next 1 sn, then

1 hdc, 10 sc, 1 hdc, 1sn, 1 dc. Finish knitting. I sewed

the collar so that it does not stick out, but you can leave it anyway

Sew on buttons.

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