Amigurumi Triceratops Dinosaur Free Pattern

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One of the amigurumi free crochet patterns we will share today is amigurumi dinasaour designed and photos by @ketti.toys. Learn how to crochet a triceratops amigurumi with this free pattern. This cute dinosaur is approximately 8.6” (22 cm) long.

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

Materials:

• Yarn: Yarnart Jeans or Alize Cotton Gold
• Hook size: 2.5 mm
• Two black beads 5 mm for eyes – Sewing needle and scissors
• Fiberfill

Abbreviations:

R = row
mc = magic circle
ch = chain
st = stitch
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
DC = double crochet
hdc = half double crochet
inc = 2 sc in the next stitch
dec = single crochet 2 stitches together
BLO = back loop only
(12) = number of stitches you should have at the end of the round/row
(…)*6 = repeat whatever is between the brackets the number of times stated

Pattern in pdf format here…

AMIGURUMI TRICERATOPS DINOSAUR CROCHET FREE PATTERN

Head

R 1: 6 sc in mc (6)
R2: (inc) * 6 (12)
R 3: (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18)
R 4: (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24)
R 5: (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30)
R 6-12: 30 sc (7 rows)
R 13: 4 sc, 8 hdc, 18 sc (30)
R 14: (4 sc, inc) * 6 (36)

R 15: (5 sc, inc) * 6 (42)
R 16-21: 42 sc (6 rows)
R 22: (5 sc, dec) * 6 (36)
R 23: (4 sc, dec) * 6 (30)
R 24: (3 sc, dec) * 6 (24)
R 25: (2 sc, dec) * 6 (18)
R 26: (1sc, dec) * 6 (12)
R 27: (dec) * 6 (6)
F.o.

Body

R 1: 6 sc in mc (6)
R 2: (inc) * 6 (12)
R3: (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18)
R 4: (2 sc, inc) * 6 (24)
R 5: (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30)
R 6: (4 sc, inc) * 6 (36)
R 7: (5 sc, inc) * 6 (42)
R 8-12: 42 sc (5 rows)
R 13: (5 sc, dec) * 6 (36)
R 14-15: 36 sc (2 rows)
R 16: (4 sc, dec) * 6 (30)
R 17-20:30 sc (4 rows)
R 21: (3 sc, dec) * 6 (24)
R 22-24: 24 sc (3 rows),
sl st F.o. and leave a long tail for sewing.

Frill

With beige yarn:
Make 32 ch.
R 1: From the 3rd ch from hook: DC, 29 DC (30)
R 2: 2 ch, DC in the same st, DC in the next st; (2 DC in one st, DC in the next st) * 14
R 3: 1 ch, 44 sc
Change to lime yarn:
R 4: 2 ch, 4 DC in one st; 2 sl st, (5 DC in one st, 2 sl st) * repeat to the end of row
F.o.

Horn – small (make 1)

With lime yarn:
R 1: 6 sc in mc (6)
R 2-3: 6 sc (2 rows)
R 4: (1 sc, inc) * 3 (9), sl st
F.o. and leave a long tail for sewing.

Horn – big (make 2)

With lime yarn:
R 1: 6 sc in mc (6)
R 2-3: 6 SC (2 rows)
R 4: (1 sc, inc) * 3 (9)
R 5-8: 9 sc (4 rows), sl st
F.o. and leave a long tail for sewing.

Hind legs (make 2)

R 1: 6 sc in mc (6)
R 2: (inc) * 6 (12)
R 3: BLO 12 sc
R 4-9: 12 sc (6 rows)
R 10: 4 sc, sl st, 1 turning chain
R 11: 5 sc, sl st, 1 turning chain
R 12: 6 sc, sl st
F.o. and leave a long tail for sewing.

Fore legs (make 2)

R 1: 6 sc in mc (6)
R 2: (inc) * 6 (12)
R 3: BLO 12 sc
R 4-10: 12 sc (7 rows)
R 11: 4 sc, sl st, 1 turning chain
R 12: 5 sc, sl st, 1 turning chain
R 13: 6 sc, sl st
F.o. and leave a long tail for sewing.

Tail

R 1: 6 sc in mc (6)
R 2-3: 6 sc (2 rows)
R 4: (2 sc, inc) * 2 (8)
R 5: 8 SC
R 6: (3 sc, inc) * 2 (10)
R 7: 10 SC
R 8: (4 sc, inc) * 2 (12)
R 9: 12 sc
R 10: (5 sc, inc) * 2 (14)
R 11: 10 sc, 4 sl st (14)
R 12: (6 sc, inc) * 2 (16)
R 13: 16 sc
R 14: (7 sc, inc) * 2 (18)
R 15: 18 sc
R 16: (8 sc, inc) * 2 (20)
R 17: 20 sc
R 18: (9 sc, inc) * 2 (22)
R 19: 22 sc
R 20: (10 sc, inc) * 2 (24)
R 21: 24 sc
R 22: (3 sc, inc) * 6 (30)
R 23: 30 sc, sl st
F.o. and leave a long tail for sewing.

Assembly

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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?