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Amigurumi Pokemon Bulbasaur Free Crochet Pattern

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Today’s daily new crochet pattern Amigurumi Pokemon Bulbasaur Crochet Pattern without amigurumi
I want to give you some information about this pattern;

YARN COLORS

Red Heart Super Saver:
Minty
Spring Green
Real Teal

FELT COLORS

White
Red
Black
Optional: Teal

OTHER MATERIALS

Fiber-fil stuffing
Black Embroidery Floss
Hot glue

TOOLS NEEDED

G hook (4.0mm)
Scissors
Yarn Needle
Felting Needle

ABOUT THIS PATTERN
While making this amigurumi you will work in
continuous rounds, unless told otherwise. Use
stitch maker to mark end of your rounds.
The finished amigurumi should
measure approximately 5.5 inches tall and 7
inches Long. Size may vary, depending on yarn
type and personal yarn tension.
Instructions that need to be repeated will be
marked with brackets followed by the number
of
times it needs to be repeated.
Example:
Round 4) [2 sc, inc] rep 6 times (24)

Abbreviations

Head

Use Minty
Round 1) 6 SC in Magic Ring (6) Round 2) INC around (12)
Round 3) [1 sc, inc] rep 6 times (18) Round 4) [2 sc, inc] rep 6 times (24) Round 5) [3 sc, inc] rep 6 times (30) Round 6) [4 sc, inc] rep 6 times (36) Round 7) [5 sc, inc] repeat around (42) Round 8) [6 sc, inc] rep 6 times (48) Round 9) [7 sc, inc] rep 6 times (54) Round 10) – Round 14) SC around (54) Round 15) 3 inc, in Front Loops (8 sc, 6 inc, 8 sc), 3 inc, 26 sc (66)
Round 16) [10 sc, inc] rep 6 times (72) Round 17) sc around (72)
Round 18) 6 sc, [3 sc, dec] rep 6 times, 36 sc (66)
Round 19) [9 sc, dec] rep 6 times (60) Round 20) [3 sc, dec] rep 12 times (48) Round 21) [6 sc, dec] rep 6 times (42) Round 22) [5 sc, dec] rep 6 times (36) Round 23) [1 sc, dec] rep 12 times (24) Round 24) [2 sc, dec] rep 6 times (18) Round 25) [1 sc, dec] rep 6 times (12) Round 26) dec 6 times (6) Finish off. Stuff the head before closing. Shaping the head while stuffing is very important so that the head doesn’t become to spherical. Make sure to adequately stuff the snout to help it slightly project forward.

Body

Use Minty.
Chain 11. We are going to crochet around the chain.
Round 1) Down the side of the chain: 9 sc, 3 sc in the next st, Up the other side of the chain: 9 sc, 3 sc in the next st (24) Round 2) 9 sc, 3 inc, 9 sc, 3 inc (30)
Round 3) [4 sc, inc] rep 6 times (36)

Round 4) [5 sc, inc] rep 6 times (42) Round 5) sc around (42)
Round 6) sc around (42)
Round 7) [6 sc, inc] rep 6 times (48) Round 8) – Round 12) sc around (48) Round 13) 6 dec, 36 sc (42)
Round 14) – Round 22) sc around (42) Finish with a slip stitch. Leave a long tail for sewing. Do not close. Stuff the body.
*Note that the side of the body with the 6 consecutive decreases at Round 13 is the topside of the body.

Be sure to shape the body as you stuff that that it is not overly spherical.

Ears

Use Minty.
Round 1)6 sc in Magic Ring (6)
Round 2)[1 sc, inc] rep 3 times (9)
Round 3) [2 sc, inc] rep 3 times (12)

Round 4)
[3 sc, inc] rep 3 times (15)
Round 5)
[4 sc, inc] rep 3 times (18)
Round 6)
[5 sc, inc] rep 3 times (21)
Finish with a slip stitch. Leave a long tail for
sewing. Do not close. Stuff the ear.

Front Foot

Use Minty. Make two.
Round 1) 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2) inc around (12)
Round 3) [1 sc, inc] rep 6 times (18)
Round 4) sc around in Back Loops Only (18)
Round 5) -Round 9) sc around
We are now going to start working in rows to
increase the height of one side. Turn your
work. Do not chain 1 at the end of each row.
Row 10) 11 sc, turn
Row 11) 10 sc, turn
Row 12) 9 sc, turn
Row 13) 8 sc
Finish off. Stuff the front foot. Leave a Long
tail for sewing.

Back Foot

Use Minty. Make two.
Round 1) 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2) inc around (12)
Round 3) [1 sc, inc] rep 6 times (18)
Round 4) sc around in Back Loops Only (18)
Round 5) sc around (18)
Round 6) sc around (18)
Round 7) 9 sc
Finish off with a slip stitch. Stuff the foot.
Note that in Round 7 we only crocheted half
way around the round. This is so that one
side of the foot is 1 row taller than the other
side. The taller side is meant to be the front side of the foot

Thigh

Use Minty. Make two.
Round 1) 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2) inc around (12)
Round 3) [1 sc, inc] rep 6 times (18)
Round 4) [2 sc, inc] rep 6 times (24)
Round 5) [3 sc, inc] rep 6 times (30)
Round 6) sc around (30)
Round 7) sc around (30)
Round 8) 6 dec, 18 sc (24)
Finish with a slip stitch. Stuff the thigh.

Bulb

Use Spring Green.
Round 1) 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2) [1 sc, inc] rep 3 times (9)
Round 3) [2 sc, inc] rep 3 times (12)
Round 4) [3 sc, inc] rep 3 times (15)
Round 5) [4 sc, inc] rep 3 times (18)
Round 6) [2 sc, inc] rep 6 times (24)
Round 7) [3 sc, inc] rep 6 times (30)
Round 8) [4 sc, inc] rep 6 times (36)
Round 9) [5 sc, inc] rep 6 times (42)
Round 10) sc around (42)
Round 11) [6 sc, inc] rep 6 times (48)
Round 12) sc around (48)
Round 13) [7 sc, inc] rep 6 times (54)
Round 14) sc around (54)
Round 15) [8 sc, inc] rep 6 times (60)
Round 16) —- Round 19) sc around (60)
Round 20) [8 sc, dec] rep 6 times (54)
Round 21) [7 sc, dec] rep 6 times (48)
Round 22) [6 sc, dec] rep 6 times (42)
Round 23) [5 sc, dec] rep 6 times (36)
Round 24) [4 sc, dec] rep 6 times (30)
Finish with a slip stitch. Stuff the Bulb.

Body Spots

The body spots can either be felted on from teal felt, or they can be crocheted. Here is the pattern
for the crocheted spots.The spots are crocheted in ROWS. At the end of each row, chain 1 before
turning your work.The spots come in three sizes. They are all made from the color Real Teal.

Small Spot Chain 2
Row 1) 1 sc (1)
Row 2) inc (2)
Finish off. Leave a long tail for sewing.
Medium Spot Chain 2
Row 1) 1 sc (1)
Row 2) inc (2) Row 3) sc, inc (3)
Finish off. Leave a long tail for sewing.
Large Spot
Chain 2.
Row 1) 1 sc (1)
Row 2) inc (2)
Row 3) sc, inc (3)
Row 4) inc, sc, inc (5)
Finish off.

Eyes

The eyes are made from red and white felt. Use your scissors to cut out the shapes seen in the
picture below. Trim them to fit the face.

Body Spots
The body spots can either be felted on from teal felt, or they can be crocheted and sewn on. Below
are some reference pictures of crocheted spots and spot placement on the body.

Toes
Cut out six tiny triangle shapes from the white felt.
Tip: Looking at reference photos of Bulbasaur can be very helpful to help determine the best size
and spot placement on the body. Its also very helpful in getting the eye shapes to look correct.

Before we begin assembly we must give Bulbasaur’s bulb its ridges. To do this we are going to
use a long piece of yarn and weave it through the bulb to divide it into six sections. You will need
your yarn needle to do this.

1.Take a long piece of spring green yarn and weave it
through the side of the bulb from the bottom to the
top.
2.Pull the yarn tight, it will pull in the the side of the
bulb. Repeat five more times.
3.Top down view of what the bulb should Look Like
when finished.

ASSEMBLY

Sew the open end body to the head.

Sew the thighs to the body.

Sew the front Legs to the body.

Sew the back feet to the front of the things

Sew the ears to the head.

Sew the bulb onto the back.

Apply the rest of the details. Eyes, body
spots and toes. For the nostrils use black
embroidery floss or black yarn.

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