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Amigurumi Cleo The Lady Bug Doll Free Crochet Pattern

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Today, the new daily crochet pattern Amigurumi Cleo the Lady Bug Doll Free Crochet Pattern, I want to give you some information about this pattern;

NOTES FOR THE PATTERN
• Instructions are written in rounds & rows, using US
terminology.
• The number of stitches you should have at the end
of each round is written in the brackets like so,
(20).
• Make sure you pull your stitches tight and always
use a stitch marker, or a piece of string, to mark
the start of each round.
• Most importantly, have fun whilst crocheting this
pattern, and feel free to reach out if you have any
issues along the way.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED
I have used DMC natura just cotton with the colours:
• 044 – Agatha – dark grey (1x 50g ball)
• 082 – Lobelia – light pink (1 x 50g ball)
• 052 – Geranium – dark pink (1 x 50g ball)
• 035 – Nacar- off white (less than 25g)
For the flower:
• 083 – Ble – yellow (less than 25g)
• 079 – Tilleul – light green (less than 25g)
• 001 – Ibiza – white (less than 25g)
• Black embroidery thread
• A 2.25 mm crochet hook
• Safety eyes (8 mm)
• Toy stuffing
• Yarn needle
• Stitch Markers
• Pins
• Scissors
You can use any yarn of your choice, just adjust
your crochet hook according to the yarn.

CROCHET TERMS USED // ABBREVIATIONS GUIDE
(US terminology):

Below are basic explanations of the crochet terms
used in this pattern.

CHAIN (ch) With a loop on your hook, yarn over from back to
front and pull the loop through

STITCH (st)

MAGIC RING (mr) Wrap yarn over two fingers twice forming an
X. Place the hook under the first piece of yarn and then
over the second piece of yarn. Pull the outer strand of yarn
under the first strand of the X forming a loop. Yarn over
once more and draw the yarn through both loops. Work the
appropriate number of stitches into the loop by inserting
the hook into the main circle space onto the other side,
yarning over and pulling through the space in the middle,
yarn over the hook and pull through both loops on the
hook. Once you have crocheted the number of stitches
required, pull the short bit of string to tighten the ring

SINGLE CROCHET (sc) Insert your hook into a stitch, yarn over
(I prefer to pull the yarn through with my hook on top of
the yarn to create a X effect), pull the yarn through (two
loops on the hook), yarn over once more and pull the yarn
through both loops

SLIP ST (slst) Put your hook through the stitch, yarn over, pull
through the stitch, and then pull the yarn through the loop
on your hook

INCREASE (inc / dc inc) Work 2 single crochets / or 2 double
crochets into the same stitch

INV DECREASE (dec) Insert your hook under the front loop of
the first stitch, and then under the front loop of the second
stitch. Yarn over and pull through both front loops. Yarn
over and pull through the remaining loops

HALF DOUBLE CROCHET (hdc) Yarn over the hook before going
into a stitch. Once you yarn over, insert your hook into the
stitch, yarn over and pull through. You should have 3 loops
on your hook. Yarn over and pull through all 3 loops on the
hook.

DOUBLE CROCHET (dc) Yarn over the hook before going into a
stitch. Once you yarn over, insert your hook into the stitch,
yarn over and pull through. You should have 3 loops on
your hook. Yarn over and pull through 2 of the loops. Yarn
over once more and pull through the remaining 2 loops.

BACK LOOP ONLY (BLO) Work the required stitch in the back
loop of the stitch and not both loops

Construction:

The legs are made as separate pieces, which
are then joined together to form the body.
All other pieces are sewn on.
Skill level: beginner-intermediate
Size: Cleo measures 20 cm / 8 inches when
made with the above materials.

Instructions:

Head
Use dark grey
Rnd 1: start with a mr of 6 (6)
Rnd 2: inc in all st (12)
Rnd 3: (sc, inc in the next st) x6 (18)
Rnd 4: (2 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (24)
Rnd 5: (3 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (30)
Rnd 6: (4 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (36)
Rnd 7: (5 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (42)
Rnd 8: (6 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (48)
Rnd 9: (7 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (54)
Rnd 10: (8 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (60)
Rnd 11-17: sc in all st (60) 7 rounds
Rnd 18: (14 sc, inc in the next st) x4 (64)
Rnd 19-24: sc in all st (64) 6 rounds
Rnd 25: (14 sc, dec) x4 (60)
Rnd 26: 4 sc, dec, (8 sc, dec) x5, 4 sc (54)
Rnd 27: (7 sc, dec) x6 (48)
Rnd 28: 3 sc, dec, (6 sc, dec) x5, 3 sc (42)
Insert your safety eyes between rounds 19-20,
approximately 12 stitches apart. Using black
embroidery thread, sew eyebrows above the eyes
across 2 stitches on round 17. Weave in the thread
tail once complete. Stuff the head, and continue
throughout. FIGURES 1 & 2
Rnd 29: (5 sc, dec) x6 (36)
Rnd 30: 2 sc, dec, (4 sc, dec) x5, 2 sc (30)
Rnd 31: (3 sc, dec) x6 (24)
Rnd 32: sc, dec, (2 sc, dec) x5, sc (18)
Fasten off and weave in the yarn tail. Add more
stuffing if required.
NOSE
Use light pink
Row 1: start with a ch of 4. Working in the second ch
from the hook, inc, sc, 3 sc into the last ch, turn
your work slightly so you can work on the other side
of the ch, 2 sc (8)
Fasten off leaving a yarn tail for sewing.

ANTENNAE (make 2)
Use dark grey
Rnd 1: start with a mr of 6 (6)
Rnd 2: inc in all st (12)
Rnd 3: sc in all st (12)
Rnd 4: (sc, inc in the next st) x6 (18)
Rnd 5-6: sc in all st (18) 2 rounds
Rnd 7: (sc, dec) x6 (12)
Rnd 8: sc in all st (12)
Rnd 9: (2 sc, dec) x3 (9)
Rnd 10-11: sc in all st (9) 2 rounds
Stuff the antennae. Fasten off leaving a yarn tail
for sewing.
LEGS (make 2)
Use light pink. You will create two legs which are then
joined together to form the body.
Leg 1:
Rnd 1: start with a mr of 6 (6)
Rnd 2: inc in all st (12)
Rnd 3: (sc, inc in the next st) x6 (18)
Rnd 4: (2 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (24)
Rnd 5: (3 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (30)
Rnd 6-7: sc in all st (30) 2 rounds
Rnd 8: (4 sc, dec) x5 (25)
Rnd 9: sc in all st (25)
Rnd 10: (3 sc, dec) x5 (20)
Rnd 11: 4 sc, (dec) x3, 10 sc (17)
Rnd 12: 4 sc, dec, 11 sc (16)
Rnd 13: 3 sc, (inc in the next st) x4, 9 sc (20)
Rnd 14: 3 sc, (sc, inc in the next st) x4, 9 sc (24)
Rnd 15: sc in all st (24)
Rnd 16: (3 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (30)
Rnd 17: (4 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (36)
Stuff the leg. Mark the 14th st of round 17 as we
will refer to this stitch later when joining the
legs. Fasten off and weave in the yarn tail.
Leg 2:
Rnd 1-17: as per above. Stuff the leg, but do not
fasten off, instead, continue:
Rnd 18: 12 sc, now, sc into the marked stitch of
leg 1 to join them FIGURES 3 & 4. Continue
working into leg 1 with an additional 35 sc,
work the next sc back into leg 2 in the next
available stitch (the 13th stitch), then work an
additional 24 sc back to where you started. (72)
Your legs should now be joined together, and
we will continue to form the body.
Tip: Once the body is formed, you may find there are
gaps between the legs. Use a scrap piece of yarn in
light pink to sew together any gaps formed, and
weave in the yarn tail.

BODY
Continue with light pink
Rnd 19: (10 sc, dec) x6 (66)
Rnd 20: sc in all st (66)
Rnd 21: (9 sc, dec) x6 (60)
Rnd 22: sc in all st (60)
Rnd 23: (8 sc, dec) x6 (54)
Rnd 24: sc in all st (54)
Rnd 25: (7 sc, dec) x6 (48)
Rnd 26-28: sc in all st (48) 3 rounds
Rnd 29: (10 sc, dec) x4 (44)
Rnd 30-31: sc in all st (44) 2 rounds
Rnd 32: (9 sc, dec) x4 (40)
Stuff the body and continue throughout.
Rnd 33: sc in all st (40)
Rnd 34: (8 sc, dec) x4 (36)
Rnd 35-36: sc in all st (36) 2 rounds
Rnd 37: (7 sc, dec) x4 (32)
Rnd 38: sc in all st (32)
Rnd 39: (6 sc, dec) x4 (28)
Rnd 40: (5 sc, dec) x4 (24)
Fasten off, leaving a yarn tail for sewing. Add any
additional stuffing.
ARMS (make 2)
Use dark grey
Rnd 1: start with a mr of 6 (6)
Rnd 2: inc in all st (12)
Rnd 3: (2 sc, inc in the next st) x4 (16)
Rnd 4-6: sc in all st (16) 3 rounds
Rnd 7: (2 sc, dec) x4 (12)
Rnd 8-9: sc in all st (12) 2 rounds
Rnd 10: (4 sc, dec) x2 (10)
Rnd 11-18: sc in all st (10) 8 rounds
The arms are not stuffed. Flatten the work and sc
through both sides to close. Leave a yarn tail for
sewing.

Wings (make 2)
Use dark pink
Rnd 1: start with a mr of 6 (6)
Rnd 2: inc in all st (12)
Rnd 3: (sc, inc in the next st) x6 (18)
Rnd 4: (2 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (24)
Rnd 5: (3 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (30)
Rnd 6-7: sc in all st (30) 2 rounds
Rnd 8: (4 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (36)
Rnd 9-10: sc in all st (36) 2 rounds
Rnd 11: (5 sc, inc in the next st) x6 (42)
Rnd 12-14: sc in all st (42) 3 rounds
Rnd 15: (12 sc, dec) x3 (39)
Rnd 16: sc in all st (39)
Rnd 17: (11 sc, dec) x3 (36)
Rnd 18: sc in all st (36)
Rnd 19: (10 sc, dec) x3 (33)
Rnd 20: (9 sc, dec) x3 (30)
Rnd 21: (3 sc, dec) x6 (24)
Rnd 22: (2 sc, dec) x6 (18)
Rnd 23: (sc, dec) x6 (12)
The wings are not stuffed. Flatten the work and
sc through both sides to close. Leave a long
yarn tail. With your needle and yarn tail, pinch
the two sides of the closing stitches and sew the
two sides together to pinch the wing. Keep the
yarn tail for sewing. FIGURES 5-7


Wing DOTS (make 12 – 6 FOR EACH WING)
Use a mix of dark grey & light pink
Rnd 1: start with a mr of 6 (6)
Slst to the beginning sc, and fasten off leaving a
yarn tail for sewing. Sew 3 dark grey & 3 light
pink dots to one side of the top of each wing.
Weave in the yarn tails as you go. FIGURE 8

HEADBAND
Use off white. Start with a ch of 60. Form a circle with your
work and slst to the beginning ch to join. Make sure your
chain isn’t twisted.
Row 1: hdc in each ch (60)
Row 2: 25 sc, (5 dc worked into the same st) x10, 25
sc (100)
Fasten off and weave in the yarn tail.

Assembly
Weave in all yarn tails as you go.

Antennae to the head: Sew the antennae between rounds
5-6 and 8-9 of the head. They should sit slightly above
the magic ring towards the front of the head, and in line
with the eyes. FIGURES 9-11
Nose to the head: Sew the nose across rounds 20-22,
between each eye. Using black embroidery thread, sew a
line down from the nose to round 24. FIGURE 12
Body to the head: Sew the open parts of the body and
head together. Make sure you are happy with the stuffing
before completing. FIGURES 13-14
Arms to the body: Sew the arms to the body between
rounds 39-40. The arms should sit slightly behind the
antennae when looking at the arms from the side.
FIGURES 15-17
Wings to the body: Sew the wings next to each arm,
between rounds 39-40. Make sure you only sew the
pinched tip of each wing to the body, and leave the rest.
The spots side of the wing will be facing towards the back
of the body. FIGURES 18-20

Now add your headband to the
ladybug’s head and you’re done!

Cleo’s Flower

YELLOW CENTRE (make 2)
Use yellow
Rnd 1: start with a mr of 6 (6)
Rnd 2: inc in all st (12)
Rnd 3: (sc, inc in the next st) x6 (18)
Fasten off and weave in the yarn tail after completing
the first yellow piece. Make a second piece as per
rounds 1-3, but do not fasten off. Instead:
Rnd 4: Place the two pieces back to back, with the
‘right’ sides facing outwards (and wrong sides back
to back) and sc through both pieces to join: 18 sc
(18) FIGURE 21-22 change to white on the last st of the
rnd
FLOWER PETALS
Continue using white
Rnd 5: Working in the BLO, (sc, (3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc all
worked in the same st)) x9 FIGURES 23-24
Slst to the first sc, fasten off, and weave in the yarn tail.
FLOWER STALK
Use light green
Rnd 1: start with a mr of 8 (8)
Rnd 2-15: sc in all st (8) 14 rounds
Fasten off leaving a yarn tail for sewing. The stalk is not
stuffed.
Sew the stalk to the underside of the flower, central,
and weave in the yarn tail once complete. FIGURE 25

You’ve completed..
Cleo the Lady bug!

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