Amigurumi Strawberry Doll Free Crochet Pattern

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🍓 MATERIALS AND TOOLS REQUIRED:

1) yarn “Podmoskovnaya” from Troitsk (50% wool, 50% acrylic, 250m / 100g) in “champagne” or “ivory” colors for the body – 0.5 pcs;

2) Yarn “Bambino” Kamtex (35% wool, 65% acrylic, 150m / 50g) red – 2 pcs .;

3) Yarn “Bambino” Kamtex (35% wool, 65% acrylic, 150m / 50g) white – 0.5 pcs;

4) Yarn “Bambino” Kamtex (35% wool, 65% acrylic, 150m / 50g) green – 1 pc .;

5) Yarn “Bambino” Kamtex (35% wool, 65% acrylic, 150m / 50g) terracotta color – 1 piece;

6) thread “Iris” or “Mouline” brown for the eyes – a little;

7) nylon thread or fishing line for tightening – a little;

8) filler (holofiber, or synthetic winterizer, or synthetic fluff) – 150 – 200 gr.;

9) aluminum wire for weaving with a diameter of 2 mm for the frame – 2.5 m;

10) white felt for the eyes – a little;

11) eyes for dolls with a green ray with a diameter of 25 mm – 1 pair;

12) false or doll eyelashes;

13) transparent super-glue for attaching eyes and eyelashes, as well as decorative elements – a little;

14) white plastic or thick cardboard for insoles – a little;

15) a needle with a large eye;

16) hook number 3;

17) hook number 2;

18) colored pins for marking;

19) white fabric adhesive plaster or electrical tape for wrapping the ends of the wire;

20) scissors;

21) beads, half-beads, rhinestones for decoration (optional);

22) satin ribbon of red color 2 – 2.5 cm wide – about 1 m;

23) buttons red or white with a diameter of 6 – 8 mm – 2 pcs;

24) “strawberry” buttons 8 – 10 mm – 4 pcs;

25) green tulle 15 cm wide – 1.5 – 2 m;

26) dry pastel pink for toning (optional).

✅ Important! You can use any thread, picking up the hooks of the required size for them.

✅ The list of materials is approximate, I can correct it as I work, since I myself will knit this toy for the first time with you, a little ahead.

1. HEAD.

We knit with flesh-colored threads in a spiral, hook number 3 (or the one that you chose for the main knitting).

1st row: 6 SC into magic ring (6)

2nd row: 6 İNC SC (12)

3rd row: (SC, İNC SC) * 6 (18)

4th row: SC, İNC SC, (2 SC, İNC SC) * 5, SC (24)

5 row: (3 SC, İNC SC) * 6 (30)

6 row: 2 SC, İNC SC, (4 SC, İNC SC) * 5, 2 SC (36)

7 row: (5 SC, İNC SC) * 6 (42)

8 row: 3 SC, İNC SC, (6 SC, İNC SC) * 5, 3 SC (48)

9 row: (7 SC, İNC SC) * 6 (54)

10 row: 4 SC, İNC SC, (8 SC, İNC SC) * 5, 4 SC (60)

11 row: (9 SC, İNC SC) * 6 (66)

12th row: 5 SC, İNC SC, (10 SC, İNC SC) * 5, 5 SC (72)

13 – 19 row (7 rows): 72 SC (72)

20 row: 36 SC, (İNC SC, 6 SC) * 5, İNC SC (78)

21-25 row (5 rows): 78 SC (78)

26 row: 36 SC, DEC SC, (6 SC, DEC SC) * 5 (72)

27 row: 5 SC, DEC SC, (10 SC, DEC SC) * 5, 5 SC (66)

28 row: (9 SC, DEC SC) * 6 (60)

29 row: 4 SC, DEC SC, (8 SC, DEC SC) * 5, 4 SC (54)

30 row: (7 SC, DEC SC) * 6 (48)

31 row: 3 SC, DEC SC, (6 SC, DEC SC) * 5, 3 SC (42)

32 row: (5 SC, DEC SC) * 6 (36)

33 row: 2 SC, DEC SC, (4 SC, DEC SC) * 5, 2 SC (30)

We fill our head with filler.

34 row: (3 SC, DEC SC) * 6 (24)

35 row: SC, DEC SC, (2 SC, DEC SC) * 5, SC (18)

36 row: (SC, DEC SC) * 6 (12)

We fix the thread, cut it off. We fill our head with filler to the end.

✅ Note! Stuffing your head (just like all other details) should be tight, but without fanaticism, we try not to stretch the canvas so that holes do not shine in it.

2. HANDLES.

We knit the handles with flesh-colored threads, crochet number 2 (or smaller than you chose for the main knitting).

First we knit the fingers. For the left and right hand, they fit the same way.

Middle, index and ring fingers.

1st row: 5 SC into magic ring (5)

2 – 5 row (4 rows): 5 SC (5)

We fix the thread, cut it off.

Thumb and pinky.

1st row: 5 SC into magic ring (5)

2-4 rows (3 rows): 5 SC (5)

We do not cut the thread on the little finger, we continue to knit, connecting the fingers into the palm.

 Right hand.

Row 1: 2 SC on the little finger, 2 SC on the ring finger, 2 SC on the middle finger, 5 SC on the index finger, 3 SC on the middle finger, 3 SC on the ring finger, 3 SC on the little finger (20)

2nd row: 20 SC (20)

✳ Note! The marker for the beginning of the row should be located in the middle of the edge of the palm underneath. If necessary, knit offset loops.

In the next row we tie a thumb.

3rd row: 7 SC in the palm, 1 SC together with the thumb (grab SC of the palm and SC of the thumb at the same time), 12 SC in the palm (20)

4th row: 7 SC in the palm, 3 SC in the thumb, grab the SC of the thumb and SC of the palm and knit them together DEC, 11 SC in the palm (22)

5 row: 8 SC, DEC SC, 10 SC, DEC SC (20)

6 row: (3 SC, DEC SC) * 4 (16)

7 row: (2 SC, DEC SC) * 4 (12)

We fill the palm lightly with filler.

8 row: (SC, DEC SC) * 4 (8)

Cut off about 30 cm of wire. We make a small loop at one end so that you can insert it into your palm. We twist the ends of the wire together, insulate with tissue adhesive plaster or electrical tape. We make 2 such blanks.

We insert the wire blank into the handle.

9-19 row (11 rows): 8 SC (8)

20 row: (3 SC, İNC SC) * 2 (10)

21 – 23 rows (3 rows): 10 SC (10)

24 row: (4 SC, İNC SC) * 2 (12)

25 – 30 row (6 rows): 12 SC (12)

We fix the thread, cut it off. We fill the handle with filler.

 Left hand.

Row 1: 3 SC on the little finger, 3 SC on the ring finger, 3 SC on the middle finger, 5 SC on the index finger, 2 SC on the middle finger, 2 SC on the ring finger, 2 SC on the little finger (20)

2nd row: 20 SC (20)

✳ Note! The marker for the beginning of the row should be located in the middle of the edge of the palm underneath. If necessary, knit offset loops.

In the next row we tie a thumb.

3rd row: 12 SC in the palm, 1 SC together with the thumb (grab SC of the palm and SC of the thumb at the same time), 7 SC in the palm (20)

4th row: 11 SC in palm, grab SC of thumb and SC of palm and knit them together DEC, 3 SC in thumb, 7 SC in palm (22)

5 row: DEC SC, 10 SC, DEC SC, 8 SC (20)

6 row: (3 SC, DEC SC) * 4 (16)

7 row: (2 SC, DEC SC) * 4 (12)

We fill the palm lightly with filler.

8 row: (SC, DEC SC) * 4 (8)

We insert the wire blank into the handle.

9-19 row (11 rows): 8 SC (8)

20 row: (İNC SC, 3 SC) * 2 (10)

21 – 23 rows (3 rows): 10 SC (10)

24 row: (İNC SC, 4 SC) * 2 (12)

25 – 30 row (6 rows): 12 SC (12)

We fix the thread, cut it off. We fill the handle with filler.

3. LEGS.

We begin to knit from the sole of the shoes with red threads, hook number 3 (or the hook that you chose for the main knitting).

Left leg.

1st row: we cast on 10 CH + 2 CH, in the third loop from the hook we knit 4 DC, then 8 DC along the chain from CH, 5 DC into the last loop, 8 DC on the other side of the chain from CH, SL-ST (26)

2nd row: 2 CH, DC in the same loop, 4 İNC DC, 2 DC, 2 HDC, 4 SC, 5 İNC SC, 4 SC, 2 HDC, 2 DC, SL-ST (36)

3rd row: 2 CH, DC in the same loop, DC, (İNC DC, DC) * 4, 2 DC, 2 HDC, 4 SC, (İNC SC, SC) * 5, 4 SC, 2 HDC, 2 DC, SL-ST (46)

According to the resulting trace, we cut out the insoles from plastic (2 pcs.)

4th row: for BLO 46 SC (46)

5 – 9 (5 rows): 46 SC (46)

10 row: 9 DEC SC, (4 SC, DEC SC) * 4, 4 SC (33)

✅ Note! 9 DEC SC are located in the center of the toe; if necessary, we knit offset loops.

We insert the plastic insole into the leg.

Change the thread to white.

11 row: for BLO {DEC SC, 6 SC, DEC SC, (2 SC, DEC SC) * 5, 3 SC} (26)

12 row: DEC SC, 4 SC, DEC SC, 18 SC (24)

Cut off about 80 cm of wire. We fold the wire in half, make a small loop at the end, a little smaller than the knitted foot. We twist the ends of the wire together, isolate the workpiece with fabric adhesive plaster or electrical tape. We make 2 such blanks.

We insert the wire blank into the leg. We fill the leg with filler.

13 row: (2 SC, DEC SC) * 6 (18)

From the next row we knit in two colors, alternating red and white threads.

14 – 24 (11 rows): (3 SC in red, 3 SC in white) * 3 (18)

✅ Tip! To prevent the drawing from mowing and going exactly vertically, knit the loops with checkmarks in the split, and not at the top.

We fill the leg with filler.

25 row: for BLO 18 SC (18)

We change the thread to the bodily one.

26 – 40 (15 rows): 18 SC (18)

We tie the last 40th row to the middle of the inner side of the leg, fasten the thread, cut it off, hide the end.

We fill the leg with filler to the end.

Keep the leg with your foot away from you, attach the red thread to the first half-loop of the 4th row, where you knit for BLO, and make a strapping along the bottom of the sole: 46 SL-ST (46).

We fix the red thread, cut it off, hide the ends.

Keep the leg with your foot away from you, attach the green thread to the first half-loop of the 11th row, where you knit for BLO, and make a strapping along the top of the shoe: 33 SL-ST (33).

We fix the green thread, cut it off, hide the ends.

Keep the leg with your foot away from you, attach the white thread to the first left half loop of the 25th row, where you knit for BLO, and make a strapping along the top of the socks: (CH, SL-ST) * 18.

We fix the white thread, cut it off, hide the ends.

With green threads, crochet number 2 we knit a strap for a shoe.

1 row: we dial 16 CH, from the second from the loop hook we knit 15 SL-ST along the chain, fasten the thread, leave a small end for sewing on the strap, cut it off.

Sew the strap onto the shoe, from the outside of the leg to the end of the strap we sew the “strawberry” button.

We knit the right leg in the same way, but we do not tighten or cut the bodily thread in the last 40th row of knitting, it will come in handy further.

4. TAURUS.

To the right leg, where we left the loop loose in the last row of knitting, we attach a white thread (the bodily one can be cut off), dial 3 CH and connect it to the left leg.

Row 1: 18 SC on the left leg, 3 SC on the CH chain, 18 SC on the right leg, 3 SC on the other side of the CH chain (42)

2nd row: (6 SC, İNC SC) * 6 (48)

We twist the wire from the legs together. We insulate the twisted ends of the wire with fabric adhesive tape or electrical tape.

3 – 5 (3 rows): 48 SC (48)

6 row: (7 SC, İNC SC) * 6 (54)

7 – 9 (3 rows): 54 SC (54)

10 row: (7 SC, DEC SC) * 6 (48)

11 row: (6 SC, DEC SC) * 6 (42)

We fill the body with filler.

We change the thread to the bodily one.

12 – 17 (6 rows): 42 SC (42)

18 row: (DEC SC, 5 SC) * 6 (36)

19 – 24 (6 rows): 36 SC (36)

We fill the body with filler.

In the next row we tie the handles.

25 row: we knit several SC, without tying 2 SC to the middle of the left side, transfer the start marker row here and tie the handles:

4 SC with the left handle, 14 SC with the body, 4 SC with the right handle, 14 SC with the body (36)

26 row: 8 SC on the left handle, 14 SC on the body, 8 SC on the right handle, 14 SC on the body (44)

We fasten the wire from the handles to the main frame, insulate well with fabric adhesive tape or electrical tape.

27 row: (8 SC, DEC SC, 10 SC, DEC SC) * 2 (40)

28 row: (8 SC, DEC SC) * 4 (36)

29 row: (4 SC, DEC SC) * 6 (30)

30 row: (3 SC, DEC SC) * 6 (24)

31 row: (2 SC, DEC SC) * 6 (18)

We fill the body and shoulders with filler.

32 row: (SC, DEC SC) * 6 (12)

33 -37 (5 rows): 12 SC (12)

We fix the thread, leave the end for sewing on the head, cut it off.

5. TIGHTENING.

First, using colored pins, we make markings for eye tightening.

1) We count 17 rows of SC down from the crown and put a blue pin in the center of the protruding part of the head.

2) We count from the blue pin 5 SC to the left and 2 SC up, put a green pin (point).

3) We count from the green pin (point) 1 SC up and put the purple pin (point).

4) We count from the blue pin (point) 5 SC to the right and 2 SC up, put a red pin (point).

5) We count from the red pin (point) 1 SC up and put the pink pin (point).

6) In the last row of knitting the head, put a yellow pin (point) perpendicular to the blue pin.

We make an eye tightening using a long needle and a nylon thread (or fishing line) as follows: we insert the needle at the yellow point, withdraw it at the green point, again insert the needle at the purple point and withdraw it at the pink point, then insert the needle at the red point and bring it out to the open head hole. We tighten the thread slightly, tie the ends into several knots and hide them in the open hole of the head.

 6. REGISTRATION.

PART 1. EYES.

1) Cut out two blanks for the eyes from white felt, look at the shape in photo 1.

✅ Note! Those who crocheted No. 3 from threads similar in density to those indicated by me, the size of the felt details is about 30 * 28 mm. The rest adjust the size of the eyes visually to the size of the resulting head.

2) We make small cuts in the center of the resulting blanks.

3) We insert green (or blue) eyes-pupils with a diameter of 25 mm into the incisions.

4) We try on the resulting eyes on the head.

5) Sew on the felt details of the eyes with brown “Iris” or “Mouline” threads with small stitches with an overcast seam.

6) We smear the pupils of the eyes on the back with transparent superglue and glue.

✅ Note! If you have eyes with a foot or a screw in the back, you do not need to cut them down. Stretch the loop on the head where the pupils should be, and insert the leg or screw inside the head, then glue the pupil. This will keep the eye more secure.

7) On the edge of the eye, glue false eyelashes with transparent superglue.

PART 2. NOSE AND EYEBROWS.

We go down from the inner corner of the eyes 1 SC down and with flesh-colored threads embroider a nose 2 – 3 SC wide, make 3 – 4 stitches.

We embroider the contour of the nose with brown “Iris” or “Mouline” threads.

We rise from the upper edge of the eye 2 SC up and embroider small eyebrows with brown “Iris” or “Mouline” threads.

PART 3. LIPS.

We step back from the nose 2 rows of SC down and embroider the sponges with thick red threads. First we embroider the contour of the lips, then fill the space inside the embroidered contour with horizontal / vertical stitches, apply the satin stitch technique.

If you wish, you can embroider a smile with thin red threads “Iris” or “Mouline”.

4. EARS.

We count from the crown of 17 rows SC down and in the middle of the head on the sides with a chain stitch we embroider the contour of the ear (see photo 1). We do not cut the thread, but for the obtained loops we knit SC, thus we get ears.

If desired, tint the face with pink dry pastel.

7. HAIR. PART 1.

First, we make markings on the head, designate the future “hairline”. To do this, take brown threads “Iris” or “Mouline thread” and embroider “hair growth lines” with large stitches.

We make a hair blank from terracotta yarn (or any other that you have chosen for the hair).

We take any rectangular object with a height / width of 30 cm, wrap it in height / width with threads, then cut the threads from one edge with scissors. The resulting hairs are approximately 60 cm long.

✅ Note! We harvest the hair as needed, so as not to spoil the extra strings.

How to attach hair to the head, we look in the next part on the wall.

7. HAIR. PART 2.

We fix the hair. We attach the hair to the head like a fringe: holding the hook in the direction “from the crown of the head”, insert it under the SC, grab the hair folded in half, pull out the loop, thread the ends of the hair into the pulled loop, tighten.

Thus, we first fix the hair along the contour of the “hairline”, then fill in all the space inside these lines.

✅Note! Hair should be tied under each SC, but over 2 rows of SC.

Sew the head to the body.

We do our hairstyle: we divide the hair with a parting into 2 parts, we make two tails, we braid the tails into braids, we tie red satin ribbons 2.5 cm wide.

8. BANDING.

We knit the base with green threads, a hook for basic knitting (I have number 3).

1 row: we cast on 75 CH + 1 CH, from the second from the hook of the loop we knit along the chain 75 SC, CH, turn (75)

✅ Note! Try on the chain around the circumference of your pupa’s head, add or subtract the amount of CH in the chain if necessary.

2 – 3 row: 75 SC, CH, turn (75)

After the 3rd row, we do not cut the thread, we tie the base of the bandage along the contour with a “crustacean step”, making at the end on the right side a loop for a button of 5 CH, at the end of knitting we tighten the thread, cut it off, hide the end.

Sew a “strawberry” button on the left end of the bandage.

🍓 Decoration “Strawberries”.

Big strawberry.

We knit with red threads, hook number 2 (or smaller than you chose for the main knitting).

1st row: 5 SC into magic ring (5)

2nd row: 5 İNC SC (10)

3rd row: 10 SC (10)

4th row: (SC, İNC SC) * 5 (15)

5 row: 15 SC (15)

6 row: (2 SC, İNC SC) * 5 (20)

7 row: 20 SC (20)

8 row: (3 SC, İNC SC) * 5 (25)

9 – 11 (3 rows): 25 SC (25)

12 row: (3 SC, DEC SC) * 5 (20)

13 row: (2 SC, DEC SC) * 5 (15)

We fill the berry with filler.

14 row: (SC, DEC SC) * 5 (10)

15 row: 5 DEC SC (5)

We tighten the remaining hole, fasten the thread, cut it off, hide the end (see photo 2).

We embroider “grains” on the surface of the berry with a white thread.

🍓 Sepal for a large strawberry.

We knit with a green thread, hook number 2.

1st row: dial 5 CH and close them into the SL-ST ring (5)

2 row: (6 CH, from the second from the loop hook we knit along the chain {SL-ST, SC, HDC, 2 DC}, SL-ST in the ring) * 5

At the end of knitting, we fix the thread, leave a small end for sewing the berry to the bandage, cut it off.

Sew the sepal to the berry.

🍓 Small strawberry.

We knit with red threads, hook number 2 (or smaller than you chose for the main knitting).

1st row: 5 SC into magic ring (5)

2nd row: 5 İNC SC (10)

3rd row: 10 SC (10)

4th row: (SC, İNC SC) * 5 (15)

5 row: 15 SC (15)

6 row: (2 SC, İNC SC) * 5 (20)

7 row: 20 SC (20)

8 – 10 (3 rows): 20 SC (20)

11 row: (2 SC, DEC SC) * 5 (15)

We fill the berry with filler.

12 row: (SC, DEC SC) * 5 (10)

13 row: 5 DEC SC (5)

We tighten the remaining hole, fasten the thread, cut it off, hide the end.

We embroider “grains” on the surface of the berry with a white thread.

🍓 Sepal for small strawberries.

We knit with a green thread, hook number 2.

1st row: dial 5 CH and close them into the SL-ST ring (5)

2 row: (5 CH, from the second from the loop hook we knit along the chain {SL-ST, SC, HDC, DC}, SL-ST in the ring) * 5

At the end of knitting, we fix the thread, leave a small end for sewing the berry to the bandage, cut it off.

Sew the sepal to the berry.

Sew the berries to the bandage.

We put a headband on the doll’s head.

9. GLASSES.

Cut off about 50 cm of the wire. We make a blank of glasses from wire according to the scheme.

6.5 cm temples.

To make the rims of the glasses even, take any round object with a diameter of 4.5 cm and wrap the wire around this object.

The distance between the rims is 1 cm.

After the wire blank is ready, we take the super-glue, spread it on the ends of the arms and tightly wrap the wire with green thread over all glasses.

The glasses are ready! You can put them on a doll.

10. DRESS.

First, we knit a skirt with red threads, a crochet hook for the main knitting.

1 row: we cast on 54 CH + 1 CH, from the second from the hook of the loop we knit along the chain 54 SC, CH, turn (54)

2nd row: 54 İNC SC, CH, turn (108)

3 row: for PPP {(17 SC, İNC SC) * 6} (114)

After the 3rd row, we close the knitting into a ring and then we knit in a spiral.

4 row: 114 SC (114)

5 row: 9 SC, İNC SC, (18 SC, İNC SC) * 5, 9 SC (120)

6 row: 120 SC (120)

7 row: (19 SC, İNC SC) * 6 (126)

8 row: 126 SC (126)

9th row: 10 SC, İNC SC, (20 SC, İNC SC) * 5, 10 SC (132)

10 row: 132 SC (132)

11 row: (21 SC, İNC SC) * 6 (138)

12 row: 138 SC (138)

13 row: 11 SC, İNC SC, (22 SC, İNC SC) * 5, 11 SC (144)

14 row: 144 SC (144)

Change the thread to green.

15 row: (3 DC in one loop) * 144 (432)

We fix the thread, cut it off, hide the end.

We attach the red threads to the 1st loop of the 1st row of knitting of the skirt and knit the upper part of the dress.

1st row: 54 SC, CH, turn (54)

2nd row: 3 SC, DEC SC, (7 SC, DEC SC) * 5, 4 SC, CH, turn (48)

3rd row: 48 SC, CH, turn (48)

4th row: 3 SC, DEC SC, (6 SC, DEC SC) * 5, 3 SC, CH, turn (42)

5 – 10 (6 rows): 42 SC, CH, turn (42)

11 row: 6 SC, 10 CH, 8 SC skip, 14 SC, 10 CH, 8 SC skip, 6 SC, CH, turn (46)

12th row: 6 SC, 10 SC in a chain of CH, DEC SC, 10 SC, DEC SC, 10 SC in a chain of CH, 6 SC, CH, turn (44)

Change the thread to green.

13th row: 9 SC, DEC SC, 22 SC, DEC SC, 9 SC (42)

Do not cut the green thread, continue tying the V-neck: 22 SC, 5 CH (buttonhole), skip the base loop, 6 SC, 5 CH (buttonhole), skip the base loop, SL-ST to the upper left corner, we fix the thread, cut it off, hide the end.

Sew “strawberry” buttons on the back opposite the loops.

🍓 On the seamy side of the skirt in the area of ​​the 3rd row of knitting, where we knitted for PPP, we sew a green tulle petticoat for the left half-loops, making small folds.

We decorate the dress with small strawberries (see description of knitting at stage 8 “Bandage”) and a sheet (description of knitting below).

🍓 Strawberry leaf.

We knit green stitches, hook number 2 (or smaller than you chose for the main knitting).

1 row: we cast on 8 CH, from the second from the hook of the loop we knit along the chain 7 SC, again we cast on 8 CH, from the second from the hook of the loop we knit along the chain 7 SC, the third time we cast on 8 CH, from the second from the hook we knit along the chain 7 SC , we close knitting CC in a ring and then we tie three branches according to the scheme: {SC, HDC, 3 DC, HDC, SC, SL-ST, on the other side SC, HDC, 3 DC, HDC, SC}, similarly repeat two more times , tying the remaining 2 branches, at the end of knitting we fix the thread, leave a small end for sewing the sheet to the dress, cut it off.

Sew the leaf and berries to the dress.

We put on a dress for a doll.

CONGRATULATIONS! YOUR BERRY PUPPET IS READY !!!

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