Knitted toys: Uncle Au at the 2015 contest, Amigurumi

Knitted toys: Uncle Au at the 2015 contest, Amigurumi

Uncle Au with a detailed description. Knitted toys are called amigurumi, in this technique I represent a toy in the form of a character from the cartoon of Uncle Au. Photo number 1 Head (1 detail) A beige thread. 1 row: dial 2 in, and tie 6 sb to the second from the hook loop [6]. 2nd row: (increase) x 6 times [12]. 3 ranks: (1 sb, increase) x 6 times [18] 4 series: (2 sb, increase) x 6 times [24] 5 ranks: (3 scales, increase) x 6 times [30] 5-10 series: 30 sb in each loop in a circle [30] 11 series: (4 sb, increase) x 6 times [36] 12 series: (5 sb, increase) x 6 times [42] 13-15 series: 42 sb in a circle in each loop [42] 16 row: (5 sb, decrease) x 6 times [36] 17 row: (4 sb, decrease) x 6 times [30] 18 row: 30 sb around the circle in each in a circle [30] 19 series: (3 sb, reduction) x 6 times [24]. Fill with filler. 20 series: 24 scales in a circle in each in a circle [24] 21 rows: (2 sb, decrease) x 6 times [18] 22 row: 18 sb in a circle in each in a circle [18] Nose (1 detail) Beige thread colors. 1 row: dial 2 in, and tie 6 sbn to the second from the hook loop [6] 2 row: (1 sb, increase) x 3 times [9] 3 row: 9 sb in a circle in each loop [9] 4 row: knitting 5 psb (half-pins without crochet) they are ss, 4 sbn [9] (this is to make the nose a little upturned and sharpened) [9] 5 row: increase, 8 sbn [10]. 6-10 rows: 10 sb in a circle in each loop [10] Ears (2 pieces) A ​​beige thread. 1 row: dial 2 in, and tie 6 sb to the second from the hook loop [6] 2 row: (increment) x 6 times [12] 3 row: decrease, 8 scales, decrease [10] Torso (1 detail) gray, beige or brown. 1 row: dial 2 bp and tie 6 sb to the second from the hook loop [6] 2 row: (increment) x 6 times [12] 3 row: (1 sb, increase) x 6 times [18] 4 row: (2 sbn, increase) x 6 times [24] 5 series: (3 rolls, increase) x 6 times [30] 6-14 series: 30 sb in each loop in a circle [30] 15 row: (4 sb, increase) x 6 times [36] 16 row: 36 sb in a circle in each loop [36] 17 row: (5 sb, increase) x 6 times [42] 18 row: we knit the front wall 42 sb, attach the thread behind the back wall and continue a series or two usual sbn (that was to what to sew pants). Hands (2 items) Beige. We knit separately fingers 8 pieces (on 4 fingers on each hand). First, we untangle 6 fingers (3 on each hand). Yarn flesh-colored. 2 in, 5 in the second loop from the hook. 1 line: sb, add, sb, increase, sb [7] 2-5 rows: unchanged [7] Next, we connect the fingers as we joined the legs with the only difference - between the fingers, we do not dial in. 6 series: sbn (with one finger attached to the other), 4 fingers on the finger, sbn attach the third finger, 6 sb. Then we knit 2 circles. As a result, you should get 26 sc. 7th row: we make the adjustments along the palm and the back side, tying up 2 sb only on the edge of the palm. Losses are made until there are 14 sb. Another we untangle one finger for each pen. Lightly thread and leave the thread for sewing. Sew to the palm (slightly to the side of the palm). I put pen and brush in handles and brush so that the knobs bent. Again, I tied the first row of green behind the back wall, and then tied the length of the sleeve around a circle of 3-4 rows. Change the thread to green (gray, beige or brown). We send 10-13 rows of 14 sb. The last row: (2 decreases, 1 sb) x 2 times. Tighten, hide Legs (2 parts) Yarn gray, (brown, beige), color 8 in. 1 row: 6 sb, starting from the second loop from the hook, 3 sb in the last loop, turn clockwise, 6sbn, increase [17] 2 rd: increase, 6bn, 3 increases, 6 sb, 2 increases [22] 3 row : an increase, 7 sb, an increase, a sb, an increase, a sb, an increase, a sixth increase, an increase, a sb, an increase [28] 4-6 series: unchanged [28] 7 row: 6 sbn, 8 penalties, 6 sbn [20] ]. Fill the nosochek filler. 8 row: 5 sbn, 4 decrements, 5 sbn [16] 9-15 rows: unchanged [16] Change to a black thread. 16 row: we knit behind the back wall (then we will tie the rim of the felt boots). 17-21 series: unchanged [16]. Add the filler. We tie the first leg and cut off the thread, we tie the second leg and we continue to knit with the same thread (at the end of the knitting we attach a thread of gray color and tie a row around the ring), fix the thread and hide it. Now you need to connect the legs together and to loosen the corpse from them. Continue to knit black yarns The 22nd row for the legs will be the 1st row of the body. It is important to make sure that the knitting is clockwise, and the knitting is the front side. 23 series: 4 sb on one leg, 3 in, 14 sb on the other leg, 3 sb on the hip, 9 sb [33] 24 row: 4 sb, 3 sb between the legs, 14 sb, 3 sbn between the legs, 9 sbn [ 33] 25 row: unchanged [33] Then there are the increases. 26 series: (sb, increase) x 5 times. Next, 6 sb, (sb, increase) x 5 times, then 6 sbn [42] 27 series: we knit the back of the loop 42 sb along the circle in each loop [42] The second time knit with other threads and my last row was less sweaters, I tied another row of 1 sb, an increase to the end and one row in a circle. The trunk and legs are tightly packed. Sew the legs with the trunk to the body in the sweater behind the back walls of the loops. Where the felt boots were untied behind the back loop, tie the row behind the front and one row in a circle. Secure the thread and hide it. Hat with a thread of gray (beige, brown) color or whatever you like. 1 row: dial 2 bp and tie 6 sb to the second from the hook loop [6] 2 row: (increment) x 6 times [12] 3 row: (1 sb, increase) x 6 times [18] 4 row: (2 sbn, increase) x 6 times [24] 5 series: (3 sb, increase) x 6 times [30] 6-9 series: 30 sb in a circle in each loop [30] 10 row: (increase, 14 cbn) x 2 times [32] 11 row: 32 sb in a circle in each loop [32] 12 row: knit by the front wall of the loop 32 sb along the circle in each loop [32] 13 row: 32 increments [64] 14 row: 64 increments [ 128] 15-17 rows: pss (half-pile with crochet) in each loop in a circle [128] 18 row: 128 csn (columns with a crochet) All sew and glue eyes. I have crocheted, since there was not yet a ready-made shop.

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