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Amigurumi Sun free crochet pattern: This is a Crochet amigurumi pattern, very easy crochet project for beginners. You will learn how to make an amigurumi easy and simple. This can be a fast crochet project for a handmade gift, you can use this sun as a keychain, nursery decoration, x-mas tree ornament, etc.
Amigurumi Sun free crochet pattern
In this Sun amigurumi pattern you will learn the basic method for how to make amigurumi hair. As well as how to make the basic amigurumi sphere.
For this pattern you will need:
Plain yarn in the following colors:
- Light Yellow 4 mm
- Orange 4 mm
- Light orange 4 mm
- Two plastic safety eyes
- Fiberfill stuffing
For this pattern I am using a 4 mm Clover hook but you can use a smaller or bigger. The bigger the hook the less tight the stitches and the bigger your amigurumi. If you use the hook I am recommending in this pattern and tour fabric still looks loose (you can see the stuffing) you should use a smaller hook.
- Sts: Stitches
- ch: chain
- Sc: single crochet
- Inv. Dec: invisible Decrease 2.
- 2sc: 2 single crochet
BODY: (In yellow color)
Round 1 –Stc 7 into magic ring (7 sts) (new to magic ring? check here
Round 2 – 2sc in each st around and place marker (14 sts)
Round 3 – [2sc in next st, sc in next st] (21 sts)
Round 4 - Sc around (21 sts)
Round 5 –[2sc in next st, sc in next 2 sts]around (28 sts)
Round 6 - Sc around (28 sts)
Round 7 –[2sc in next st, sc in next 3 sts]around (35 sts)
Round 8 -12 - Sc around (35 sts)
Round 13 –[Inv. Dec. in next st, sc in next 3 sts]around (28 sts)
Round 14 Sc around (28 sts)
Round 15 - [Inv. Dec. in next st, sc in next 2 sts]around (21 sts)
Round 16 - Sc around (21 sts)
Round 17 - [Inv. Dec. in next st, sc in next st]around (14 sts)
Round 18 - Sc around (14 sts)
Round 19 - [Inv. Dec.]around (7 sts)
HOW TO INSTALL THE CRAZY SUN RAYS:
The rays goes all around the face of your amigurumi sun.
You will need pieces of wool in different sizes and colors to pass through and create the sun rays.
I am making an example with a small sun. I used two different tones of orange and yellow.
Cut a piece of yarn which is double the length that you want the sun ray to be.
Fold it in half and put the loopy end through a stitch in the place where the sunray will be (around the face of the sun).
Put the end pieces through the loop and pull. In that way they will be tight and close to the sun head.
Did you follow this pattern? Show us your creation or tell us how it went!