Amigurumi Puffin Free Pattern

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One of the amigurumi free crochet patterns we will share today is amigurumi puffin.

Below you will find some information about this pattern. We are sure that you will do it in the best way.

Materials

• Yarn in black, white, orange, dark grey, yellow
• Hook
• Stuffing
• Safety eyes (red)
• Scissors
• Tapestry needle 

Abbreviations

ch : chain
sc : single crochet
inc : increase
dec : decrease
st : stitch
*n : repeat n times
The number at the end of the line is the total number of stitches in the row

AMIGURUMI PUFFIN CROCHET FREE PATTERN

Body

Starting with black yarn
1. 6sc in magic ring – 6
2. 6inc – 12
3. (sc, inc)*6 – 18
4. (2sc, inc)*6 – 24
From next round on we alternate between black (written in black) and white (written in grey)
5. (3sc, inc)*3, 3sc, inc, 2sc, inc, sc, 2sc, inc – 30
6. sc, 3sc, inc, 4sc, inc, 4sc, inc [1st st of inc in black, 2nd in white], 4sc, inc, sc, 3sc, inc, 4sc, inc – 36
7. 2sc, 3sc, inc, 5sc, inc, 5sc, inc, 5sc, inc, sc, 4sc, inc [1st st of inc in black, 2nd in white], 5sc, inc – 42

8. 2sc, 17sc, 11sc, 4sc, 8sc – 42
9. 3sc, 16sc, 12sc, 2sc, 9sc – 42
10. 3sc, 16sc, 23sc – 42
11. 3sc, 3sc, inc, 6sc, inc, 6sc, inc, 21sc – 45
12. 3sc, 4sc, inc, 7sc, inc, 7sc, inc [1st st of inc in black, 2nd in white], 21sc – 48
13. 2sc, 13sc, ch7, 6sc down the chain [sc in 2nd chain from hook and in the next 5], 12sc, 3sc, (sc, dec)*6
14. sc, 14sc, 6sc up the opposite side of ch, 19sc, 14sc – 54
15. sc, 53sc – 54
16. 42sc, 6dec – 48
17. 21sc, 4sc in next st, 4sc in next st, 16sc, 9sc – 54
18. 3sc, 31sc, 10sc – 54 Attach safety eyes (I placed mine between rounds 9 and 10, around 6st from the limit between black and white)

19. 4sc, 40sc, 6sc, 4sc in next st, 4sc in next st, 2sc – 60
20. 4sc, 39sc, 17sc – 60
21. 5sc, 38sc, 17sc – 60
22. 6sc, 37sc, 17sc – 60
23. 3sc, dec, 2sc, sc, dec, (3sc, dec)*6, 2sc, sc, dec, (3sc, dec)*3 – 48
24. 7sc, 26sc, 15sc – 48 From next round on, everything is in white
25-26. (2 rounds) 48sc – 48
27. (2sc, dec)*12 – 36
28. 36sc – 36
29. (4sc, dec)*6 – 30
30. (3sc, dec)*6 – 24
Stuff
31. (2sc, dec)*6 – 18
32. (sc, dec)*6 – 12
22. 6dec – 6
Finish off, sew shut

Beak

Start with orange yarn
1. 4sc in magic ring – 4
2. 4inc – 8
3. 4sc, 2inc, 2sc – 10
from next round on, alternate between orange and grey yarn
4. 3sc, 2sc, 2inc, 2sc, sc – 12
5. 2inc, 4sc, 2inc 4sc – 16
6. sc, 2sc, 6sc, 2sc, 5sc – 16
Finish off, leave a long tail for sewing

Feet (Make Two)

with orange yarn
1. 6sc in magic ring – 6
2. 6sc – 6
3. 6sc – 6
4. (inc, 2sc)*2 – 8
5. (2inc, 2sc)*2 – 12
6. 12sc – 12
7. sc, (inc, sc)*3, inc, sc – 16
8. 2sc, (inc, 3sc)*3, inc, sc – 20
9. 3sc, (inc, 4sc)*3, inc, sc – 24
Finish off, leave a long tail for sewing
Fold your piece flat. The edge should be along the increases. Remove the cotton from two q-tips and fold them in half. Insert the first q-tip horizontally along the edge of the piece to make the two external toes of the bird. Insert the second qtip in the middle to make the middle toe, and poke it through the top/back of the foot (between round 3 and 4) to go in the leg.
Use the tail of your piece to sew along the toe, to fix the q-tips in place, then sew the top and bottom edge of the piece to shut the piece.

Legs (Make Two)

You can crochet directly around the q-tip from the foot or insert it later, but it can be difficult if your magic ring is tight.
Start with orange yarn
1. 6sc in magic ring – 6
2-5. (4 rounds) 6sc – 6
change to white yarn
6. 6sc – 6
7. 6inc – 12
8. 12sc – 12
9. (sc, inc)*6 – 18
10. turn, 9sc – 9
Finish off, leave a long tail for sewing

Wings (Make Two)

With black yarn
1. ch7, sc in 2nd st from hook and in 5 next st, 6sc on the opposite side of the ch – 12
2. (sc, inc)*6 – 18
3. (2sc, inc)*6 – 24
4. (3sc, inc)*6 – 30
5. (4sc, inc)*6 – 36
6. 6sc – 6
7. turn, sc in 2nd st from hook and in next 10st – 11
8. turn, sc in 2nd st from hook and in next 9st – 10
9. turn, sc in 2nd st from hook and in next 8st – 9
10. turn, sc in 2nd st from hook and in next 7st – 8
11. turn, sc in 2nd st from hook and in next 6st – 7
12. turn, sc in 2nd st from hook and in next 5st – 6
13. turn, sc in 2nd st from hook and in next 4st – 5
14. turn, sc in 2nd st from hook and in next 3st – 4
15. turn, sc in 2nd st from hook and in next 2st – 3
16. turn, sc in 2nd st from hook and in next st – 2
17. turn, sc in 2nd st from hook – 1
sc down the side and around the edge of the piece, stopping when there is 6 st
left in the “round” part of the piece before reaching the part where you worked in rows. Do this in the opposite direction for the second wing.

Tail

With black yarn
1. ch5, sc in 2nd st from hook and in next 3st
2. 4sc down the other side of the ch, 4sc in the first side – 8
3. ch1, turn, 2sc, 4inc, 2sc – 12
4. ch1, turn, 3sc, inc, sc, 2inc, sc, inc, 3sc – 16
5. ch1, turn, 3sc, inc, 2sc, inc, 2sc, inc, 2sc, inc, 3sc – 20
Finish off, leave a long tail for sewing

Assembly

Sew the beak to the head, approx on 4 st wide, 1 row above the white/black separation. With yellow yarn, surface crochet with ss along the orange/grey separation of the beak, on each side, then surface crochet with ss around the joint between beak and head.

To do surface crochet, insert your hook in one of the stitch, and poke it out in the stitch next to it. Make a slip knot and put it on your hook. Draw the slip knot out . Insert your hook in the stitch where you poked it out the first time and out in the stitch next to it. Yarn over and pull through stitches and the loop on your hook. Repeat. There is a better tutorial (with pictures) on 53stitches.com/picking-up-stitches, except it’s with sc instead of ss.

Sew wings to each side of the body. The bottom of the wing should follow the black/white separation on the body. I only attached the 12 front st of the wings so that I can spead them out.

Sew the feet to the legs so that the last raw of the haunch that sticks out is on the outside (one on each side). Sew the leg to the bottom of the body, a little beneath the center (where you finished the body).

You can find more puffin ideas down here:

What is Amigurumi?

Amigurumi means the art of making toys in Japanese. It consists of a combination of the words ami (mesh) and nuigirimi (stuffed animal). Made using crochet knitting and frequent needle technique, these toys have become quite popular in recent years. How to make amigurumi, which can be easily done by anyone who has a little bit of skill in handicraft, although it seems to be a very challenging, difficult thing. Would you like to learn how to make Amigurumi dolls that spread quickly around the world after Japan?