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Amigurumi Rainbow Girl Doll Free Pattern

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Mr = Magic ring

sc = single crochet

inc = Increase

dec = decrease

sl-st = slip-stitch

dc =double crochet



1.6sc into magic ring

2. (1sc, inc) * 3 = 9sc

3. (2sc, inc) * 3 = 12sc

4. (3sc, inc) * 3 = 15sc


6.14sc, 3DC with a common vertex in one loop


8. dec, 5sc, dec, 4sc, dec = 12sc

9-10. 12sc

11.5sc, inc 6sc = 13sc

Tightly fill the brush, then continue to fill the handle every 5 rows, but not

very tight.

12-26. 13sc (total 15 rows)

We knit an additional 6sc to go to the back of the handle.

We knit the second handle according to the same pattern.


Knit in a spiral with a green thread.

1. We recruit a chain of 9ch. In the second loop from the hook we knit 2sc, then

along the Magic ring chain, we knit 6sc each air loop, last

we knit an air loop 4sc. On the back of the chain we knit

6sc and in the last loop we knit 2 sc. We get 20sc.

We put a marker, and now this place is the conditional center of the leg and a landmark for accounting


2. 2inc 6sc, 4inc 6sc, 2inc = 28sc

3. (1sc, inc) * 3, 2sc, (1sc, inc) * 6, 2sc, (1sc, inc) * 3 = 40sc

In this place, I additionally knit 1sc, since the beginning of the row has shifted. AND

I do it every 3-4 rows. I will not write further about displacement loops, since in

depending on the density of knitting, we can have them on different rows.

4. 40sc knit for the back half-loop

5-8. 40sc

9.3sc, dec, 7sc, (dec, 2sc) * 2, (2sc, dec) * 2, 7sc, dec, 3sc = 34sc


11.8sc, (1sc, dec) * 6, 8sc = 28sc

Change the thread to white.

12.28sc knit for the back half-loop

13.5sc, (1sc, dec) * 6, 5sc = 22sc


15.9sc, 2dec, 9sc = 20sc

We stuff the shoe tightly. Then every 5 rows we evenly stuff the leg.

16-23. 20sc (total 8 rows)

Change the thread to beige.

24. Knit for the back half loop 20sc

25-37. 20sc (13 rows total)

Cut the thread, hide it. We knit the second leg in the same way.


In the 4th row, for the front half loops we make the soles of the soles of the connecting

columns of green thread. The direction of the strapping, see the photo. it

important. Fasten, cut, hide the thread.

We pass to the 12th row. We make symmetrical markings where they will begin

thongs. From the markings on the left, attach the green thread to the front half loops

we do a crochet in a clockwise column. Total 27 sc. Further

we collect 20 air loops. In the second from the hook air loop

we knit the connecting column and then knit the connecting chains

columns to the end. In 28 half loops we knit 1sc, make the connecting

loop, fasten the thread, cut, hide. Fasten the strap and shoe


In the 24th row we attach a white thread. We make socks on the socks for

front half loops: we collect a chain of 3 air loops, 1sc in the next

loop, again we type 3ch, 1 sc into the next loop …. And so on until the end. A thread

fasten, cut, hide.


We return to the 37th row of the left leg.

We attach the white thread.

It is necessary to knit 2 rows and cut the thread, leaving a small tail.

We pass to the right leg.

We attach the white thread.

We knit 2 rows and now we need to connect both legs.

To connect the legs, on the left leg we dissolve 4-5 loops, and on the right –

we additionally knit 4-5 loops.

We put the legs exactly so that the socks look in turn.

The last loops on both legs should dock.

If this does not happen, then adjust (we knit or dissolve 1-2 loops).

Next, connect the legs using 4ch.

We continue to knit on the left leg.

We fold our legs exactly in half and tie it to the left side.

We put a marker – now here is the beginning of the row.

1. We knit sc on the front of the left leg,

4sc chain of air loops,

20sc on the right leg,

4sc chain of air loops,

remaining sc on the back of the left leg = 48sc

2.inc 22sc, inc (4sc, inc) * 4, 4sc = 54sc

3-7. 54sc (total 5 rows)

8. 6sc, dec, 10sc, dec, 14sc, dec, 8sc, dec, 8sc = 50sc

9. 50sc

10. dec, 22sc, dec, 24sc = 48sc


12.7sc, dec, 6sc, dec, 14sc, dec, 6sc, dec, 7sc = 44sc



15. dec, 18sc, dec, 22sc = 42sc

16. 42sc

17.42sc for the back half-loop

18. dec, 19sc, dec, 19sc = 40sc

19-23. 40sc (5 rows total)

24. (18sc, dec) * 2 = 38sc

25. 38sc


We will knit for the front half loops 17 rows with single crochet,

using lift loops

1. RED: 3ch lift, then into the Magic ring, each half loop we increase from


In the last loop from which 3ch was knitted, we knit 1DC = 84DC

2. RED: increase into Magic ring each loop = 168DC

3. ORANGE: 4ch lift, 1DC we knit in the 3rd loop of the previous

rows, 1ch, 1DC we knit in the 5th loop of the previous row, 1ch …

and so on to the end.

End the row by connecting the last air loop and the third air loop

loop on lifting hinges.

4. ORANGE: 168DC

5. YELLOW: as well as the 3rd row

6. YELLOW: 168DC

7. GREEN: same as row 3

8. GREEN: 168DC

9. GOLDECOY: as well as the 3rd row

10. VIDEO: 168DC

11. LILAC: as well as row 3

12. LILAC: 2sc, pico, 2sc, pico, 2sc, pico and so on until the end of the row

Cut the threads, hide.

I do not knit rows of BLUE, as the skirt will be too long and not

so bright.


Fold the body in half. Exactly in the middle, select 15sc in front, set

markers, leave 4sc on each hand, put markers, 15sc will remain behind.

We take the thread that knitted the body, about 20 cm long. Connect with 4

single crochet, handles and body so that the fingers look in turn.

Look carefully, is it even?

At the left handle on the back we attach a beige thread. Put the marker here

now the beginning of the series. We will knit in a spiral, without displacement loops, including in

a number of remaining loops of handles and body. Where the white thread is knitted for the back

half loops. It turns out like this:

1. 9sc on the left hand, 1sc (in the loop that was extreme when stitching

arms and bodies), 15sc across the chest for the back half-loop, 1sc (in the loop that

was extreme when stitching the arm and body), 9sc on the right hand, 1sc (in that

loop, which was extreme when stitching the arm and body), 15sc on the back behind

back half-loop, 1sc (in the loop that was extreme when stitching the hand

and bodies) = 52sc

Total: 11sc for each handle and 15sc for the back and chest

2-3. 52sc

4. 4sc, dec, 3sc, dec, 13sc, dec, 4sc, dec, 3sc, dec, 13sc, dec = 46SC

3. 3sc, dec, 3sc, dec, 11sc, dec, 3sc, dec, 3sc, dec, 11sc, dec = 40SC

6.2sc, 2dec, 2sc, dec, 8sc, dec, 2sc, 2dec, 2sc, dec, 8sc, dec = 32sc

Tightly stuff shoulders, draw a line of shoulders, but not stuffing

the pen itself. We stuff the body.

7. (2sc, dec) * 8sc = 24sc

8. (1sc, dec) * 8sc = 18sc

Stuff shoulders and chest again. Very tight.

9-12. 18sc

Stuff your neck tightly.

Do not cut the thread!


We return to the 25th row of the body (part 1), we will knit for the front half-loops, not according

spiral using a lifting loop.

On the back we find the central loop (it is the 8th from the right hand), attach the thread

white color.

1. We knit 2 lifting air loops, 7sc, 13 ch, bend around the left hand, 15sc in

front half loops of the chest, 13 ch, bend around the right hand, 7sc.

2.2ch lift, 55sc = 56sc

3.2ch lift, 6sc, dec, 4sc, dec, 5sc, dec, 13sc, dec, 5sc, dec, 4sc, dec, 6sc

= 50sc

Fasten, cut, hide the thread.

Sew a patterned button or applique on the front of the blouse (on



If you want to tighten the neck, then you can take cotton buds, pieces 3-5,

rewind with electrical tape and insert into the neck, on the sides sealing with filler.

Keep knitting from the neck

1.18inc = 36sc

2. (5sc, inc) * 6 = 42sc

3. 3sc, inc (6sc, inc) * 5, 3sc = 48sc

4. (7sc, inc) * 6 = 54sc

5.4sc, inc (8sc, inc) * 5, 4sc = 60sc

6. (9sc, inc) * 6 = 66sc

In addition, tie so many sc so that the beginning of the row is exactly to the left side,

set marker:

7.6sc, inc 5sc, inc 7sc, inc 5sc, inc 39sc = 70sc

8-14. 70sc (7 rows total)

15. (dec, 5sc) * 5, dec, 33sc = 64sc

16-19. 64sc (4 rows total)

20. (14sc, dec) * 4 = 60sc

21. (8sc, dec) * 6 = 54sc

22.3sc, dec, (7sc, dec) * 5, 4sc = 48sc

We begin to stuff our heads very tightly.

23. (6sc, dec) * 6 = 42sc

24. (5sc, dec) * 6 = 36sc

25. (4sc, dec) * 6 = 30sc

26. (3sc, dec) * 6 = 24sc

Once again, we fill with the filler, until it stops.

27. (2sc, dec) * 6 = 18sc

28. ((1sc, dec) * 6 = 12sc


Tighten the hole, fasten the thread, hide.


We put the markings: white needles – eyes, pink – nose, yellow – the edge of the hair.

The eyes are located between 13 and 14 nearby, at a distance of 5-6sc.

Sew on eyes.

We embroider with black thread eyelashes and eyebrows.

We start hair from the 20th row.

We need a lot of threads of the same length, twice as long as necessary.

I take cardboard, cut off the right size, try on from the bottom edge of the hair line.

I wind the thread on cardboard and cut it.

Then with the help of a hook I put it under sc, I knit one knot, folding

exactly in half.

I draw a line of facial hair for each sc. Everyone else under 2sc.

If you don’t want the hairstyle to be too lush or your head bobbing,

make gaps between the hairs (fixed under 2sc, skipped 1-2sc).

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