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Today, the new daily crochet pattern Amigurumi Cat Toy Free Crochet Pattern, I want to give you some information about this pattern;

Legend:
magic ring – amigurumi ring
sc – single crochet
ch – air loop
inc – increase
dec – decrease
slst – connecting column
(…)*X – repeat X times what is given in parentheses
The number after the = means
the total number of loops in row

Upper paws
1 row: 5 sc in magic ring
2nd row: 5 inc = 10
3-16 rows = 10 sc
Fill only the bottom
Part. Fold in half
and knit 5 sc for both
walls. Fasten the thread and cut.
We will tie the paws.

Tail
1 row: 6 sc in magic ring
2nd row: 6 inc = 12
3-27 rows = 12 sc
Lightly stuffing in the process
knitting. Fold in half
and knit 6 sc for both
walls. Fasten the thread and cut.
We will tie the tail.

Nose
We collect 5 ch, from the second loop from the hook we knit:
1 row: inc, 2 sc, 4 sc in 1 loop, 2 sc, inc = 12
2 row: 2 inc, 2 sc, 4 inc, 2 sc, 2 inc = 20
3-4 rows: 20 sc
5th row: 10 dec
Fasten the thread and cut.
We will tie the nose

Head
1 row: 6 sc in magic ring
2nd row: 6 inc = 12
3 row: (1 sc, inc) * 6 = 18
4 row: (2 sc, inc) * 6 = 24
5 row: (3 sc, inc) * 6 = 30
6 row: (4 sc, inc) * 6 = 36
7 row: (5 sc, inc) * 6 = 42
8 row: (6 sc, inc) * 6 = 48
9 row: (7 sc, inc) * 6 = 54
10 row: (8 sc, inc) * 6 = 60
11-12 rows: 60 sc
13 row: (9 sc, inc) * 6 = 66
14-18 rows: 66 sc
In the next row we will knit the cheeks and knit the nose.
19 row: 19 sc, (1 sc,
inc) * 6, 5 sc with 5 nose loops, (inc, 1sc) * 6, 18 sc = 78
20 row: 37 sc, 5 sc
on the remaining loops
nose, 36 sc = 78
Stuff the nose slightly.
21-30 rows: 78 sc

If you are using eyelets on a safe
fastening, then we install them at this stage. Between 17th and 18th rows. Between the places of installation 6-7 sc (center the eyes relative to the nose).
We take circles of felt, carefully so as not to there is a wrinkle left, fold in half and make small cuts, shifting slightly from the center to the edge.

We turn the circles and make perpendicular cuts (as a result, we get a crosswise pattern). We insert eyes into them and fix them in the canvas. Later, after tightening, the felt can be carefully fixed with glue.
31 row: (11 sc, dec) * 6 = 72
32 row: (7 sc, dec) * 8 = 64
33 row: (6 sc, dec) * 8 = 56
34 row: (5 sc, dec) * 8 = 48
35 row: (4 sc, dec) * 8 = 40
36 row: (3 sc, dec) * 8 = 32
37 row: (2 sc, dec) * 8 = 24
We stuff the head tightly, but without too much zeal 
Keep in mind that there will be stretch marks. We fix the thread and hide inside.

Ears
1 row: 6 sc = 6
2 row: (1 sc, inc) * 3 = 9
3 row: (2 sc, inc) * 3 = 12
4 row: (3 sc, inc) * 3 = 15
5 row: (4 sc, inc) * 3 = 18
6 row: (2 sc, inc) * 6 = 24
7 row: (3 sc, inc) * 6 = 30
8 row: 30 sc
9 row: 2 sc, 8 dec, 12 sc = 22
10 row: 3 sc, fold in half, knit 11
sc for both walls of the ear.
Fasten the thread, leave about 45-50 cm for sewing, cut.

Lower legs
1 row: 6 sc in magic ring
2nd row: 6 inc = 12
3 row: (1 sc, inc) * 6 = 18
4-5 rows: 18 sc
6 row: 3 sc, 6 dec, 3 sc = 12
7-8 rows: 12 sc
9 row: (1 sc, inc) * 6 = 18
10 row: 18 sc
11 row: (2 sc, inc) * 6 = 24
12 row: 24 sc
Temporarily fix the thread on the first leg and cut, leaving about 30 cm. On the second, do not cut. We put the paws side by side and determine the degree of “clubfoot” of the future toy.
We knit several additional columns on the second foot to the junction, to the inside (I have it 6 sc, your degree of displacementmay differ from mine).
We return to the first foot and knit so much the same additional columns. We do this so that the legs are the same height. Here now we can fasten the thread and cut it short. We remove the marker threads. On the first paw from we read back the number of additional columns you added, increased by 2 times. In mo-In this case, it is 12. This is the junction of the first paw with the second.

Body
We stuff the body tightly, in the process of knitting.
We knit a chain of 3
c / h, connect the paws.
1 row: 24 sc on the first
leg, 3 sc in a chain of ch, 24 sc in the second leg, 3 sc in a chain of ch.
Total number of loops in a row = 54
We put a marker thread.
2 row: (8 sc, inc) * 6 = 60
3rd row: 60 sc
4 row: (9 sc, inc) * 6 = 66
5-8 rows: 66 sc
9 row: = 66 sc. In that knit a tail in a row.
For the tail to be center, I knitted in the 9th row
62 sc, then 5 sc together with a tail, and captured 1 loop of the next row. We put the marker in the 9th row after the 66th loop.
Please note that your stitch offset at knitting may be different. Position the ponytail back center.
10-11 rows: 66 sc
12 row: (9 sc, dec) * 6 = 60
13 row: 60 sc
14 row: (8 sc, dec) * 6 = 54
15 row: 54 sc
16 row: (7 sc, dec) * 6 = 48
17 row: 48 sc
18 row: (6 sc, dec) * 6 = 42
19 row: 42 sc
20 row: (5 sc, dec) * 6 = 36
21 row: 36 sc
22 row: (4 sc, dec) * 6 = 30
23 row: 30 sc
In the 24th row we will knit the upper paws. Stuff the main part of the body is rather tight, but not completely. Leave about 1 cm so that when tying the paws it is comfortable for you and the filler does not get into between the columns. Determine the attachment points strictly on the sides: 5 sc along with the paws, between them 10 sc.

Given my offset, I ended up with this:
24th row: 7 sc, 5 sc with foot, 10 sc, 5
sbn together with the foot, 3 sc = 30
25 row: 30 sc
26 row: (3 sc, dec) * 6 = 24
Knit a few more columns (I got 1 sc and slst in the next loop) and fasten the thread
back center back.
Leave about 50 cm for head sewing. Remove marker thread.
Stuff the item tightly to end. When sewing
heads, do not forget to knock the filler into the neck.
For convenience, you can fix the head to the body with a knitting needle.

Let’s start with weights. Mark with pins on the muzzle 6 points.
Define the middle of the muzzle. It is convenient to do by attaching a thread, knitting needle or needle down from the center of the nose.
We put marks between 30 and 31 rows. Between the pins 3 sc.
Between the 18th and 19th rows we mark 4 more points with outer and inner corners of the eyes. From domestic nooks and crannies beginning and the end knitted wear. Between internal and external points 2sc.
Insert the needle into point 1, leaving the end of the thread about 25-30cm, output at point 2. Next, at point 3, output at point 6.
Correcting thread so that it was under the eye felt circle, tighten, tie on 2 node. Without cutting the thread, enter at point 6, output to point 5, then to point 4, output at point 1. Tighten, tie for a couple nodes. hide the threads inside heads. Last knot can be smeared with universal transparent glue (U me “Moment Crystal”).

Sew on the ears
The upper part of the ears is sewn at a level between 10 and 11 rows from the crown. Distance between ears on the 11th row 32 loops, (increases I considered like 2 loops). That there are 16 loops insides from center faces.
We embroider eyebrows with a thin black thread, “folds” over cheeks and stripes from nose to mouth.
Optionally, you can attach or you sew mustache.
On the first option my cat, I fastened with auxiliary threads (according to the principle wig stitching)
mustache made of thin waxed thread 0.5 mm.
She keeps well form and does not sag over time.
If you have knitting skills, you can knit any funny hat for the cat.
For those who do not use knitting needles, I offer a variant of crochet accessories.


Crochet hat
The hat is knitted SLIGHTLY, from top to bottom, with “ticks”.
Consider your knitting density. Maybe, you will need a larger hook number. Try on the hat while knitting. If you sewed the ears on your own, keep this in mind when knitting holes for them.
1 row: 6 sc in magic ring
2nd row: 6 inc = 12
3 row: (1 sc, inc) * 6 = 18
4 row: (2 sc, inc) * 6 = 24
5 row: (3 sc, inc) * 6 = 30
6 row: (4 sc, inc) * 6 = 36
7 row: (5 sc, inc) * 6 = 42
8 row: (6 sc, inc) * 6 = 48
9 row: (7 sc, inc) * 6 = 54
10 row: (8 sc, inc) * 6 = 60
11 row: (9 sc, inc) * 6 = 66
12 row: (10 sc, inc) * 6 = 72
13 row: (11 sc, inc) * 6 = 78
14 row: 17 sc, chain of 10 ch, skip 10 sc of the previous row, 24 sc, chain of 10
ch, skip 10 sc of the previous row, 17sc = 78
15-24 rows: 78 sc
25 row: 78 sl-st
Now put a hat on the cat and determine the places for knitting the “ears”. I have 34 sc between my ears, in front.
We chose a place, now we knit in rotary rows clinging loops to the edge of the cap on the front side:
1-2 rows: 10 sc
3 row: 2 decreases along the edges = 8
4 row: 8 sc
5 row: 2 decreases along the edges = 6
6 row: 6 sc
7 row: 2 decreases along the edges = 4
8 row: 4 sc
9 row: 2 decreases along the edges = 2
10 row: 2 sc
11th row: 1 dec
Next, we do not cut the thread, we knit a cord from air loops to any length you need. We tie at the end of the knot, cut the thread. I am extra I fix the place where the thread was cut with a drop of transparent glue.

Pompon:
1 row: 6 sc in magic ring
2nd row: 6 inc = 12
3 row: (1 sc, inc) * 6 = 18
4 row: (2 sc, inc) * 6 = 24
5-7 row: 24 sc
8 row: (2 sc, dec) * 6 = 18
9 row: (1 sc, dec) * 6 = 12
10th row: 6 dec = 6
We tighten the remaining loops with a needle, fasten and
Sew the pompom to the hat with a few stitches.
We hide the thread inside the pompom.

Snood
We collect a chain of 20 ch + lifting loop. We knit
turning rows for the back half-loops to the length you need. For me it is 20 cm. We close with connecting posts.


Your cat is ready!