Amigurumi – Isaac | Free pattern

RO: După o “muncă istovitoare” de 3 ore, am reușit să termin prima versiune de jucărie croșetată a unui personaj dintr-un joc, Isaac. Cred că e singura jucărie pe care am terminat-o într-un timp atât de scurt. Croșetarea componentelor nu presupune mult timp, însă finisarea, coaserea și decorarea acestora presupun o atenție mai sporită și mai mult timp de lucru. Da, frumusețea unei jucării e-n detalii și finisaje.

Isaac e lucrat din bumbac Performance, o nuanță de roz deschis. Croșeta de 3 mm, ochi de plastic negri, o bucățică de piele falsă pentru gură (poți înlocui cu fetru) și umplutură din melană dărăcită (da, nu produce alergii).

Dacă dorești să-l croșetezi, am pregătit un tutorial cu multe imagini, în rândurile de mai jos. Pentru că voi folosi terminologia americană, iată și traducerile tehnicilor din română în engleză:

– ochiul de lant = chain – ch;
– piciorusul mic = simple crochet – sc;
– piciorusul mare = double crochet – dc;
– piciorusul dublu redus = half double crochet – hdc;
– piciorusul triplu =triple crochet – tr;
– piciorusul orb = slip stitch – sl st ori ss.
– sc2tog – single crochet 2 together. Înseamnă descreștere / is decreasing.

Spor la croșetat!

EN: Isaac, a character in a game (a gamer knows!) is my first amigurumi crocheted in just 3 hours. The beauty of a really good amigurumi is in the details, in how you sew the components and how you make the facial expression.

Isaac is made of Performance cotton, a pale pink color, worked with a crochet hook of 3 mm. I used plastic two hole buttons for the eyes, some fake leather for the mouth and some non allergenic stuffing. Just like most amigurumi, Isaac is worked in the round, no joining at the end of the row.

Here is the pattern, if you want to make an Isaac for yourself.

Free pattern amigurumi Isaac

Start with legs (make 2):

R1: start with 5 sc in a magic ring.

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R2: 2 sc in each sc – 10 sc in total

R3: *1 sc in next 2, 2 sc in the next*, repeat – 15 sc in total

R4: 15 sc around

R5: 15 sc worked in the back loops

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R6 – R9: 15 sc (for first leg, break yarn, weave in ends, for second leg join with the first leg)

Joining legs and Body:

R1 of Body: Join the second leg with the first with a sc and place a marker where you just joined. Keep that marker until you finish this amigurumi. You can use a thread of yarn or a plastic marker.

After joining work sc in the round till you reach the marker. You should have 32 sc in total, 15 sc per leg and 2 places where you joined the legs with sc.

joining-legs-amigurumi

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R2: 1 sc in the next 7, 2 sc in the next 2, 1 sc in the next 14, 2 sc in the next 2, 1 sc in the last 7 – 36 sc in total.

R3: 36 sc in the round

R4: 1 in the next 8, 2 sc in the next, 1 sc in the next, 2 sc in the next , 1 sc in the next 15, 2 sc in the next, 1 sc in the next, 2 sc in the next, 1 sc in the last 7 sc – 40 sc in total

R5: 40 sc in total

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R6: *1 sc in the next 8, sc2tog*, repeat – 36 sc in total

R7: 36 sc in the round

R8: *1 sc in the next 7, sc2tog*, repeat until the end of the row – 32 sc in total

R9: *1 sc in the next 6, sc2tog*, repeat till the end of the row – 28 sc

R10: *1 sc in the next 5, sc2tog*, repeat till the end of the row – 24 sc

R11, R12: 24 sc in the round

R13: *1 sc in next 4, sc2tog*, repeat till the end of the row – 20 sc

R14: 1 sc in each sc – 20

finish off, weave in ends.

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Arms – make 2

R1: 5 sc in magic ring

R2: 2 sc in each sc – 10 in total

R3, R4: 10 sc in each sc

R5: *1 sc in the next 2, sc2tog*, repeat till the end of the row – 8 sc in total

R6, R7: 1 sc in each sc – 8 sc/row

Head:

R1: 5 sc in magic ring

R2: 2 sc in each sc – 10 in total

R3: *1 sc in the next, 2 sc in the next*, repeat till the end of the row – 15 in total

R4: *1 sc in the next 2 , 2 sc in the next*, repeat till the end of the row – 20 in total

R5: *1 sc in the next 3, 2 sc in the next*, repeat till the end of the row – 25 in total

R6: *1 sc in the next 4, 2 sc in the next*, repeat till the end of the row – 30 in total

R7: *1 sc in the next 5, 2 sc in the next*, repeat till the end of the row – 35 in total

R8: *1 sc in the next 6, 2 sc in the next*, repeat till the end of the row – 40 in total

R9 – R15: 40 sc in the round

R16: *1 sc in the next 7, sc2tog*, repeat until the end of the row – 35 sc in total

R17: *1 sc in the next 6, sc2tog*, repeat until the end of the row – 30 sc in total

R18: *1 sc in the next 5, sc2tog*, repeat until the end of the row – 25 sc in total

R19: *1 sc in the next 4, sc2tog*, repeat until the end of the row – 20 sc in total

Leave a long thread of yarn for sewing the head onto the body.

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But before sewing the components, lets make the eyes and the mouth. Use 2 plastic or wooden two hole black buttons and add them between 12th and 13th rows.

For the mouth cut a piece of black fabric, sew a straight line with white yarn and pin it. Then sew the whole black mouth on the head, between the eyes, but below with 2-3 rows. I used transparent thread to sew it, it looks better.

amigurumi-fitting-mouth

For the tears, I used blue yarn and just sewed a couple of straight lines. See picture for a better understanding:

amigurumi-making-the-blue-tears

Now sew the head and the body together.

sewing-the-body-head

And then fix the arms with pins, then sew them together.

placing-the-arms-amigurumi

And… you’re all done.

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