Hello my lovely crocheters,
this is a pattern for crochet amigurumi carrot. It’s a part of the Little Bunny pattern that I’ve divided in 3 parts; Amigurumi carrot, Crochet Baby Bunny Hat and Crochet Baby Bunny Diaper Cover.
I personally do not like to follow crochet patterns over and over again. I rather create something new each time and share my personal creations and patterns here on my blog or more advanced ones as a premium patterns in my stores.
Crochet amigurumi fruit or vegetables can be a great toy or a baby photography decoration. The pattern is great for the beginners to. The leaves can be a bit tricky, but nothing you can’t do.
Yarn I am using for this pattern is Four Seasons Gründl Cotton Fun Yarn and is on Ravelry noted as a Sport weight yarn, but because there is no yarn weight written on the yarn label it’s really hard to say. I would say that this is more DK weight yarn, but well… that’s only my opinion. Very important when creating an amigurumi toy is that the stitches should be very tight. The easiest way to achieve that is to use smaller hook that recommended in the yarn label. In case the stitches would be to loose, the stuffing will start to come out through the stitches and the toy would look a bit messy.
Enjoy the pattern!
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Amigurumi Carrot – FREE pattern
You will need:
- 3 mm crochet hook
- yarn needle
- stitch markers
- yarn: DK/Sport weight (I am using Four Seasons Gründl Cotton Fun Yarn ) 100% cotton yarn in orange and green 50 g (1.75 oz).
Gauge: 11 sts and 11 rows in sc measure 2 x 2 inch (5 x 5 cm).
- ch – chain
- ss – slip stitch
- sc – single crochet
- hdc – half double crochet
- sc2tog – join next two sts with sc2tog
- st/ sts – stitch/ stitches.
All of my patterns are written in standard American terms.
Work in rounds. Do not join at the end of each round.
Ch 2. Start in the 2nd chain from the hook.
Round 1: Sc 6 into the same stitch. = 6 sts.
Round 2: Work 2 sc in the next 6 sts. = 12 sts.
Round 3: Repeat (sc into the first one, 2 sc into the next one) 6 times. = 18 sts.
Round 4: Repeat (sc into first two, 2 sc into the next one) 6 times. = 24 sts.
Round 5: Repeat (sc into first three, 2 sc into the next one) 6 times. = 30 sts.
Round 6 – 12: Sc into next 30. = 30 sts.
Round 13: Repeat (sc2tog, sc into next 3) 6 times. = 24 sts.
Round 14 – 17: Sc into next 24. = 24 sts.
Round 18: Repeat (sc2tog, sc into next 2) 6 times. = 18 sts.
Round 19 – 22: Sc into next 18. = 18 sts.
Round 23: Repeat (sc2tog, sc 1) 6 times. = 12 sts.
Start stuffing it firmly.
Round 24 – 26: Sc into next 12. = 12 sts.
Round 27: Repeat sc2tog 6 times. = 6 sts.
Leave longer tail for sewing.
Start stuffing it firmly.
Now close the opening with the remaining yarn (tail) and a yarn needle.
This part could be a bit tricky but don’t wory to much. The aim is, to achieve a messy look. So, if you miss or add a stitch it’s not a problem at all.
Repeat this part 4 times:
Chain 7. Start in the 2nd chain from the hook. Sc into next 3 chains.
Chain 6. Start in the 2nd chain from the hook. Sc into next 4 chains.
Chain 4. Start in the 2nd chain from the hook. Sc into next 3 chains. Continue and work the next stitch into the side of the sc stitch. Sc into the chain. Sc into the side of the sc stitch. Sc into the last 3 chains.
At the end of the 4th repeating leave longer tail for sewing.
Attach all the leaves on the top of the larger side of the carrot as seen on the picture below.
Ta-da! You can create as many carrots as you want and make your own little garden or fruit/vegetables stand.
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