Amigurumi Sweet Fairy Free Crochet Pattern

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Materials:

Acrylic yarn (100 g / 250 m) Pink , white

Additional thin and fluffy yarn, white yarn

Hooks, 3 mm and 4 mm

Stuffing; ready-made wings; colorful wooden beads; elastic thread (for the beads);

small piece of felt for the nose; wire; pin back; white lace (approx. 80cm).

Head:

With pink yarn and 3 mm hook, ch 4, join to form a ring. 6 sc into the ring.

Row1: (2 sc in each sc) around – 12 sc

Row2: (sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 18 sc

Row3: sc around – 18 sc

Row4: (sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 24 sc

Row5: sc around – 24 sc

Row6: (sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 30 sc

Row7-8: sc around – 30 sc

Add pink fluffy yarn to the main one, change the hook into 4 mm hook

and continue with two types of yarn blended together:

Row9: (sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 36 sc

Row10: (sc in next 5 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 42 sc

Row11-13: sc around – 42 sc

Row14: (5 sc, 2 sc together) around – 36 sc

Row15: (4 sc, 2 sc together) around – 30 sc

Row16: (3 sc, 2 sc together) around – 24 sc

Row17: (2 sc, 2 sc together) around – 18 sc

Row18: (1 sc, 2 sc together) around – 12 sc

Row19: (2 sc together) around – 6 sc

Body (dress):

Start with the neck

With pink yarn and 3 mm hook, ch 4, join to form a ring. 6 sc into the ring.

Row1: (2 sc in each sc) around – 12 sc

Row2-3: sc around – 12 sc

Row4: [2 sc, (2 sc in each sc) x 4] x 2 – 20 sc

Change yarn into white and alternate it with pink every two rows

Row5-16: sc around – 20 sc

Row17: (2 sc in each sc) around – 40 sc

Row18-20: sc around – 40 sc

Row21: (sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 60 sc

Row22-26: sc around – 40 sc

Lower part of the dress:

With white yarn and 3 mm hook, ch 4, join to form a ring. 6 sc into the ring.

Row1: (2 sc in each sc) around – 12 sc

Row2: (sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 18 sc

Row3: (sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 24 sc

Row4: (sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 30 sc

Change white yarn into pink/fluffy blend of two yarns and continue with 4 mm hook:

Row5: (sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 36 sc

Row6: (sc in next 5 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 42 sc

Row7: (sc in next 6 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 48 sc

Row8: (sc in next 7 sc, 2 sc in next sc) around – 54 sc

Legs:

With pink/fluffy blend of two yarns and 4 mm hook, ch 4, join to form a ring. 6 sc into the ring.

Row1: (2 sc in each sc) around – 12 sc

Row2: (2 sc in each sc) around – 24 sc

Row3-4: sc around – 24 sc

Continue working with 3 mm hook and basic pink yarn only:

Row5: (2 sc, 2 sc together) around – 18 sc

Row6: (1 sc, 2 sc together) around – 12 sc

Row7: (2 sc together) around – 6 sc

Row8-15: sc around – 6 sc

Change pink yarn into white

Row16-20: sc around – 6 sc

Break the yarn leaving a long end for the assembling

Insert a wire into the legs, folding its end a bit (1-2 cm) beforehand. See the pictures below.

Having inserted the wire into the first leg and then to the lower part of the dress, bend it and pull

through the dress again in the point where the second leg will be placed. Fold it a bit again at the end

(1-2 cm) and insert into the second leg. If you have a hard time inserting the wire into the tight leg, you

can pull it with the hook (see the picks).

Put the dress skirt and the lower skirt together and, with a fluffy yarn,

work a row of sc along the edge. Stuff firmly.

Arms:

With pink/fluffy blend of two yarns and 4 mm hook, ch 4, join to form a ring. 6 sc into the ring.

Row1: (2 sc in each sc) around – 12 sc

Row2: [2 sc, (2 sc in each sc) x 4] x 2 – 20 sc

Row3: sc around – 20 sc

Continue working with 3 mm hook and basic pink yarn only:

Row4: sc around – 20 sc

Row5: (2 sc together) around – 10 sc

Row5: (2 sc together) x 4 – 6 sc

Row7-13: sc around – 6 sc

Change yarn into white and alternate it with pink every two rows

Row14-24: sc around – 6 sc

Break the yarn leaving a long end. With the help of a needle pull the wire through the body,

fold the ends of the wire like you did with the legs, and put the arm on each end.

Secure the arms in place with stitches. (See the pictures below)

Horns:

With pink/fluffy blend of two yarns and 4 mm hook, ch 4, join to form a ring. 6 sc into the ring.

Row1: 2 sc in the 1st and 4th sc – 8 sc

Row3-4: sc around – 8 sc

Row5: work 1st and 2nd; 4th and 5th sc together – 6 sc

Row6-23: sc around (with 3 mm hook and basic pink yarn only) – 6 sc

There is a wire in the horns, too. Pull it through the head and attach the horns in place.

Eyes:

With thin white thread and 1 mm hook, ch 8 + 1 (turning ch)

Row1: 3 sc in the second ch from hook, 6 sc, 3 sc in next sc, turn to the other side of ch, 6 sc – 18 sc

Row2: (2 sc in next 3 sc, 6 sc) around – 24 sc

Row3: sc around – 24 sc

Attach this detail to the place on the head where her hear ends and the face begins.

Next attach the eyelashes (1 piece cut into two) and divide the eyes with a black thread.

Attach black beads as pupils. Attach a piece of felt as a nose.

Attach the head to the body. I recommend inserting a piece of thick wire into the neck, so it will be

firm and the head won’t wiggle.

Decorate the toy.

Make ruches on her sleeves and pants.

Make a necklace for your fairy and put it around her neck. Attach a pin back to the wings

(I used a ready-made butterfly) and attach them to fairy’s back

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