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Amigurumi Freddie Mercury Doll Free Crochet Pattern

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

Instruments and Materials


Hook: 2,5mm Tulip.


Yarns: The colors used for this toy were white, chantilly, black,
grey, off-white, brown and blue from Amigurumi Circulo.
Here are the color codes:

Accessories: In addition to the pins, you will need tapestry needle,
stitch marker, glue (I strongly recommend these two from the
picture), craft wire, synthetic fiber to fill the amigurumi and silver pebbles.
The eyes used for this toy are 12 mm size.

Abbreviations
Ch – chain
St – stitch
Sl st – slip stitch
Sc – single crochet
Dc – double crochet
Hdc – half double crochet
Flo – front loops only
Blo – back loops only
Inc – increase
Dec – decrease
Tr – treble crochet
Dtr – double treble crochet

Size of the Toy
Working with a 2.5 mm
hook and with my grip, he
ended 14 cm tall. This size
may vary depending on how
tight your stitches are and
the hook of your choice.


Difficulty level
This recipe is an
intermediate level, requiring
the artisan to know how to
perform the basic stitches.

Head
1) 8 sc in a magic ring
2) 8 inc – 16 sc
3) (2 inc, 2 sc) x 4 – 24 sc
4) 1 sc, 2 inc, (4 sc, 2 inc) x 3, 3 sc – 32 sc
5) 2 sc, 2 inc, (6 sc, 2 inc) x 3, 4 sc – 40 sc
6) 3 sc, 2 inc, (8 sc, 2 inc) x 3, 5 sc – 48 sc
7) 4 sc, 2 inc, (10 sc, 2 inc) x 3, 6 sc – 56 sc
8) 5 sc, 2 inc, (12 sc, 2 inc) x 3, 7 sc – 64 sc
9 – 22) 64 sc (14 rows)
23) 5 sc, 2 dec, (12 sc, 2 dec) x 3, 7 sc – 56 sc
24) 4 sc, 2 dec, (10 sc, 2 dec) x 3, 6 sc – 48 sc
25) 3 sc, 2 dec, (8 sc, 2 dec) x 3, 5 sc – 40 sc
26) 2 sc, 2 dec, (6 sc, 2 dec) x 3, 4 sc – 32 sc
27) 1 sc, 2 dec, (4 sc, 2 dec) x 3, 3 sc – 24 sc
28) (2 sc, 2 dec) x 4 – 16 sc
29) (2 sc, 1 dec) x 4 – 12 sc
30 – 34) 12 sc – Leave a long thread.

NOTE: Insert the eyes
between rows 17 and 18
with 11 sc apart from
each other. I advise
inserting the eyes after
row 24. Put fiber filling
from row 25 on.

Embroider the nose in row 18,
leaving 3 sc away from the eyes.
Thread the thread horizontally
2 times at a distance of 3 sc.
Then, pass the same thread
several times vertically and
finish off.

Push the neck in with the help
of the hook cord, and the head
will look like Image 5.
Use black yarn to make
Freddie’s eyebrows (Image 6).

Make the eyebrow 1 row above the eyes,
using the width of 3 sc.

Moustache
With the tapestry needle, insert the black yarn into the same hole where you
finished the nose, and thread this yarn vertically down two rows.
Pass this thread several times along 5 sc below the nose.

Arms
Start with chantilly:
1) 7 sc in a magic ring
2 – 8) 7 sc

Body
Make one leg, finish off and start the second leg again (row 1 to 12).
Start with brown.
1) 6 sc in a magic ring
2) 6 inc – 12 sc
3) (3 sc, 1 inc) x 3 – 15 sc
4) blo 15 sc
5) Change to off-white: 15 sc
6) 15 sc
7) 5 sc, 2 dec triple, 4 sc – 11 sc
8) Change to blue: blo 11 sc
9) 11 sc
10) 10 sc, 1 inc – 12 sc
11) (3 sc, 1 inc) x 3 – 15 sc
12) 15 sc – (Do 3 more sc with the second leg)
13) 15 sc (joining the first leg), 1 sl st in the same st that started the row,
15 sc – 30 sc*
14 – 16) 30 sc
17) (3 sc, 1 dec) x 6 – 24 sc
18) 24 sc
19) Change to chantilly: blo 24 sc
20 – 22) 24 sc
23) 6 sc, 7 sc (joining the arm), 12 sc, 7 sc (joining the arm), 6 sc – 38 sc
24) (2 sc, 1 dec) x 4, 3 dec, (2 sc, 1 dec) x 4 – 27 sc
25) 27 sc
26) (1 sc, 1 dec) x 9 – 18 sc
27) blo (1 sc, 1 dec) x 6 – 12 sc
28) (2 sc, 1 dec) x 3 – 9sc
29 – 32) 9 sc – Leave a long thread.

Tip: Do not put too much
filling on the foot of your
doll, so as to leave it
concave, and your doll will
stand alone.

*Extra tip: To join the legs,
check out the tip on page 16.

Shirt
Use white yarn.
Start with 24 chains and close with 1 sc. This will be the first st of the row
(Images 12 to 14).
1) 2 sc, 1 inc, 1 sc, 1 inc, 5 sc, (1 inc, 1 sc) x 3, 1 inc, 5 sc, 1 inc, 1 sc – 31 sc
2) Make 5 chains and skip 5 sc, 10 sc, 5 chains e pule 5 sc, 10 sc – 30 sc
The last st left will be the first of your row from now on. Make 1 sc in this st
and put the marker to indicate the beginning of the rows.
3) 31 sc
4) (6 sc, 1 dec) x 3, 5 sc, 1 dec – 27 sc
5 – 6) 27 sc

Note: The shirt was made entirely with white
yarn, and to facilitate the visualization, another
color was used in Images 10, 11 and 12.

Tennis Finish
The shoe has two black stripes on each side. Insert the tapestry needle with
the black thread into the side of the shoe as shown in Images 14, 15, 16 and

  1. Leave the thread at the same point where you started and tie a knot (Image
    18). Push the knot inwards using the needle (Image 19)

To make the shoelace, use the width of 2 sc in the front of the shoe. Pass the white thread in the direction indicated by the arrows in the Images below. Thread the yarn 2 times diagonally-left-side and 2 times diagonally-rightside. Tie a bow and tie off the yarn.

Bracelet
With the black yarn, make 7 chains and
cut the yarn.
Place the bracelet between rows 6 and 7
of Freddie’s right arm.
Tie a knot and push it inwards with the
help of the hook.

Belt
With the black yarn, make 26 chains and from the second chain make 25 hdc.
Leave a long thread for sewing.
Pass the blue thread as shown in Images 28 and 29 to make the pants loops.
Tie a knot and finish off. Don’t worry about the aesthetics of the knot as it will
be hidden in the pants. Do the same with the gray thread for the belt buckle.

Sew the two ends of the belt to the back of the body like Image 33.

Ears
1) 6 sc in a magic ring

Sew ears between rows 17
and 18 (same line as eyes),
4 sc away from the eyes.

With the tapestry needle, pass the remaining thread from the head and the
remaining thread from the body to the middle of the magic ring that
started the head, as indicated in the images above.
Pull the two threads so that the head fits the body, tie a knot and cut the
thread. This way, the head will be articulated.

Hair
1) 8 sc in a magic ring
2) 8 inc – 16 sc
3) (2 inc, 2 sc) x 4 – 24 sc
4) 1 sc, 2 inc, (4 sc, 2 inc) x 3, 3 sc – 32 sc
5) 2 sc, 2 inc, (6 sc, 2 inc) x 3, 4 sc – 40 sc
6) 3 sc, 2 inc, (8 sc, 2 inc) x 3, 5 sc – 48 sc
7) 4 sc, 2 inc, (10 sc, 2 inc) x 3, 6 sc – 56 sc
8) 5 sc, 2 inc, (12 sc, 2 inc) x 3, 7 sc – 64 sc
9) 64 sc
10) 22 sc, 2 sl st, 2 sc, 10 hdc, 2 sc, 2 sl st, 24 sc – 64 sts

  • 22 sc, 1 chain, turn
    From this row we will work around the head:
    11 – 12) 46 sc, chain, turn
    13) 1 dec, 42 sc, 1 dec, chain, turn – 44 sc
    14) 44 sc, chain, turn
    15) 1 dec, 40 sc, 1 dec, chain, turn – 42 sc
    16 – 22) 42 sc, chain, turn – Finish off in the last row.

Note: The hair was made with black thread, and Image
39 shows another color just facilitate visualization.

Position the hair on the head so that the sl st made on row 10 are at the
corners of the head (Note the arrow indicated in Image 41), and the 10 hdc
are at the front of the head (Image 43).

Note: If you want to make your Freddie look even more detailed,
glue the silver beads to the bracelet. I used pebbles used on nails
because they are very small.

Microphone
Cut a piece of wire of approximately 10 cm and bend it according to Image 44.
Put a drop of glue on the end of the wire and wrap the black wire several on
the end to make the microphone.
To make the mic tip, make:
1) 6 sc in a magic ring
2) 6 sc

FINISH

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