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Amigurumi Panda Toy Free Crochet Pattern

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

16 inches from bottom to top of head with weight 6 yarn and a 3.75 mm hook

Skill Level Needed:
Intermediate- suitable for novice crocheters, requires patience and precisions when assembling
the panda and basic crochet skills.

Materials Needed:
Yarn: Yarn: Worsted Weight #6, approximately 150g of main color and 50g of accent colors
Color A: White, Color B: Pink, Color C: Green, Color D: Blue, Color E: Orange, Color F: Purple,
Color G: Black
Hook Size: F hook or 3.75 mm
23 mm safety eyes, 24 mm safety nose
Scissors, sewing needle, stitch marker, fiberfill stuffing

mr= magic ring- crochet single crochet stitches in to the
adjustable loop BLO= back loops only
ch= chain stitch F/O= Fasten off
sc= single crochet stitch hdc= half double crochet bob= bobble stitch
sl= slip stitch FLO= front loops only
dc= double crochet stitch inc3= 3 sc in the same stitch
inc= increase- make two single crochet stitches in the same stitch
dec=decrease- crochet two stitches together using the decrease method
(4 sc, inc) x 6= repeat the pattern between parentheses 6 times

• Do not join rounds unless stated, work in a continuous spiral
• Use a stitch marker to mark the beginning of each round
• All stitches are worked in both loops unless stated otherwise in the pattern

Eye Patches(Make 1 in Color C, 1 in Color E):

  1. Make 6 sc into a magic ring= 6
  2. Increase in each st around= 12
  3. (inc x 3, 3 sc) x 2= 18
  4. ((sc, inc) x 3, 3 sc) x 2= 24
    F/O and leave a long tail for sewing
    Place the safety eyes after the 2nd increase, between rounds 1 and 2.
    Crocheted from top of head to bottom
    With Color A:
    Ch 6
  5. sc in 2nd ch from hook, 4 sc, inc3 in last chain,
    working on the opposite side of the chain:
    3 sc, inc= 12
  6. inc, 3 sc, inc x 3, 3 sc, inc x 2= 18
  7. (2 sc, inc) x 6= 24
  8. (3 sc, inc) x 6= 30
  9. (4 sc, inc) x 6= 36
  10. (5 sc, inc) x 6= 42
  11. (6 sc, inc) x 6= 48
    8-14. sc in each st around
    (In round 15: Mark the 1st sc and last sc of your first 12 sc worked in between your increases.)
    The picture is to show you where the eyes go without the patches in the way.
  12. ((sc, inc) x 3, 12 sc, (inc, sc) x 3)) x 2= 60
  13. ((2 sc, inc) x 2, 18 sc, (inc, 2 sc) x 2)) x 2= 68
    17-20. sc in each st around
    Place eyes and eye patches between rounds 12 and 13 above the stitch markers. The eyes will
    be 10 holes apart. Stuff the head as you work.
  14. Dec x 6, 10 sc, dec x 10, 18 sc, dec x 4= 48
  15. (6 sc, dec) x 6= 42
  16. (5 sc, dec) x 6= 36
  17. (4 sc, dec) x 6= 30
  18. (3 sc, dec) x 6= 24
    F/O the head
    Sew the eye patches onto the head.

Legs(Make 1 in Color E and 1 in Color F):
Starting with Color G:

  1. Make 6 sc into a magic ring= 6
  2. Increase in each st around= 12
    Change to Color E or F:
  3. (sc, inc) x 6= 18
  4. (2 sc, inc) x 6= 24
  5. 3 sc, inc, (Color E or F: 3 sc, Color G: inc) x 3, Color E or F: (3 sc, inc) x 2= 30
  6. (4 sc, inc) x 6= 36
    7-8. sc in each st around
  7. 10 sc, (2 sc, dec) x 4, 10 sc= 32
  8. 10 sc, (sc, dec) x 4, 10 sc= 28
  9. 10 sc, dec x 4, 10 sc= 24
    Start stuffing the legs
  10. (dec, 10 sc) x 2= 22
  11. sc in each st around
  12. (dec, 9 sc) x 2= 20
  13. sc in each st around
    F/O and leave a long tail for sewing.


  1. If you want a needle sculpted look: Place a pin on the center of the head in between
    rounds 22 and 23. Thread your needle with a strand of yarn. (Any color yarn will work)
    Insert the needle into the hole on the bottom of the head. Bring the needle up to a
    corner on the bottom of an eye. Insert the needle into another hole next to that one
    and bring it through the head to a hole on the bottom of the opposite eye. Insert the
    needle into a hole next to that one and bring the needle down to the pinned spot. Insert
    the needle in another hole next to that one. Repeat this about 2 more times like a
    triangle pulling slightly to indent the eyes and make a little mouth.
  2. Pin the muzzle onto the head in between the eyes. You may need to add more
    stuffing as you sew.
  3. Sew the head and body together. You may need to add more stuffing before you
    close the head and body together.


  1. Pin the arms to the sides of the body approximately between rounds 26 and 27.
  2. Sew the arms onto the body.


  1. Pin the legs onto the front of the body.
  2. Sew the legs onto the body.

Helpful Tips:
Exact Colors Used:
All colors are Premier Parfait
Key Lime

You can use different eye sizes. You might have to adjust the placements if you change the
You can use different hook sizes and weights of yarn. It will just change the size of your panda
and you might need to adjust eye and nose placement.
How you stuff matters! The type of stuffing you use, how you stuff, all this matters on how your
panda turns out. I prefer Polyfil stuffing but you can use other types.


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