Amigurumi Cock Free Crochet Patterns

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Materials

To tie a singing cock we need:

 yarn (I used mercerized cotton) of white,

yellow, orange, green and peach flowers;

 a hook suitable for our yarn (I have a hook number 1);

 a needle for sewing knitwear;

 filler (synthetic winterizer);

 beads for the eyes.

Abbreviations :

ch = chain stitch

sl-st = slip-stitch

sc = single crochet

hdc = half double crochet

dc = double crochet

inc = increase

dec = decrease

BLO = back strand only

Paws

First, the cockerel needs paws on which he can stand.

Stability in birds is achieved by four-fingered, i.e. in four

toes. Two fingers look to the sides, one to the back,

one forward. So we will tie four fingers.

Middle finger

We make an amigurumi ring and collect 6 columns without

nakida (hereinafter referred to as sc.)

1 row. 6 sc. (picture 1).

2 row. 6 + 3 = 9 sc. Double every second column.

3 – 8 rows. 9 sc. (figure 2).

Side finger

1 row. 6 sc.

2 row. 6 + 3 = 9 sc.

3 – 6 rows. 9 sc.

It is necessary to make four fingers of one and the other type, put in

they are quite tight filler, it depends on how much

the figure will be stable.

Fold the fingers in the way they will be in the paw (Figure 3).

We will connect them together for the sides (Figure 4).

After that, you need to take a needle and sew the bottom surface so that

there are no holes left, while shaping the foot (figure 5)

Raise 9 loops: winding the hook for the upper loops (2 – 3 per

each finger) stretch and do 9 sc. (figure 6).

While connected a little, it is necessary to supplement the syntepon where it is not

enough.

6-16 rows. We do 10 rows (Figure 7).

Next, go to the green yarn, here begins

shin.

Body

1 row. 9 + 4 = 13 sc. İncrease do in every second column.

2 row. 13 sc.

3 row. 13 + 3 = 16 sc. Double every fourth.

4 – 5 rows. 16 sc.

6 row. 16 + 4 = 20 sc. Double every fourth.

7 row. 20 sc.

8 row. 20 + 4 = 24 sc. Double every fifth.

9 row. 24 sc. Turn and make 6 sc, 1 lifting loop (pp, or

simple air loop) and so repeat 2 more times. Will do on

both legs (Figure 8).

Fold your legs and tie them together (Figure 9).

10 – 15 rows. We knit together the entire resulting circle. 45 sc.

16 row. Behind between the legs we will make 3 increase for the tail in 2

column. 45 + 3 = 48.

17 row. 48 sc.

18 row. 48 + 2 = 50 sc. İncrease there.

19 row. 50 sc.

20 row. 50 – 2 = 48 sc. Decrease where added. Gradually

report filler.

21 row. 48 sc.

22 row. 48 – 3 = 45 sc.

23 row. 45 sc.

24 row. 45 – 3 = 42 sc. Decrease

25 row. 42 sc. We start to knit a zigzag (jacquard), using

which we turn to yellow (scheme 1). 1 yellow, 5 green

columns (Figure 10).

Note. Change of color thread should occur as with

the classic way to crochet jacquard.

26 row. 42 sc. 3 yellow, 3 green

27 row. 42 sc. 5 yellow, 1 green.

28 row. 42 sc. The row is completely yellow (Figure 11).

29 – 33 rows. 42 sc.

34 row. 42 sc. Again, add orange to the pattern. one

orange, 5 yellow, 1 orange, 5 yellow, etc.

35 row. 42 sc. 3 orange, 3 yellow.

36 row. 42 sc. 5 orange, 1 yellow.

37 row. 42 sc. All orange (Figure 12).

38 row. 42 – 3 = 39 sc. Decrease is evenly distributed.

39 row. 39 sc. Do not forget the filler.

40 row. 39 – 3 = 36 sc. Decrease from the chest.

41 row. 36 sc.

42 row. 36 sc. We begin the transition to white. 1 white, 5 yellow.

43 row. 36 sc. 3 white, 3 yellow.

44 row. 36 sc. 5 white, 1 yellow (Figure 13).

45 row. 36 – 3 = 33 sc. All white. Decrease from the chest.

46 row. 33 sc.

47 row. 33 – 3 = 30 sc.

48 row. 30 – 3 = 27 sc.

49 row. 27 sc.

50 row. 27 – 3 = 24 sc.

51 row. 24 sc.

52 row. 24 – 3 = 21 sc.

53 row. 21 sc.

54 row. 21 – 3 = 18 row.

55 row. 18 sc.

56 row. 18 – 3 = 15 sc.

57 row. 15 sc.

58 row. 15 – 3 = 12 sc.

59 – 61 rows. 12 sc (Figure 14).

Here we have a neck. Just put the filler tightly.

62 row. 12 + 6 = 18 sc. Double every second column.

Start making head

63 row. 18 + 6 = 24 sc. Double every third.

64 – 66 rows. 24 sc.

67 row. 24 – 6 = 18 sc.

68 row. 18 – 6 = 12 sc. Put the filler.

69 row. 12 – 6 = 6 sc.

70 row. Close the knitting, knitting through the column, tighten

thread and hide the inside of the knitting end of the thread (Figure 15)

Tail

The tail will be made with individual feathers of those colors that

used to make carcasses.

1 row. 5 sc.

2 row. 5 sc.

3 row. 5 + 3 = 8 sc.

4 – 20 rows. 8 sc. (Figure 16).

Beard

1 row. 6 sc. (Figure 17).

2 row. 6 + 6 = 12 sc. (Figure 18).

3 – 6 rows. 12 sc.

7 row. 12 – 3 = 9 sc.

8 row. 9 sc.

9 row. 9 – 3 = 6 sc.

10 row. 6 sc.

11 row. Close the knitting.

Scallop

1 row. 5 sc.

2 row. 5 sc.

3 row. 5 + 2 = 7 sc.

4 row. 7 sc.

5 row. 7 + 2 = 9 sc.

6 row. 9 sc.

We’ll make 3 such teeth, they will be in the middle, we will tie them by the sides

(Figure 20).

Smaller tooth

1 – 2 rows. 5 sc.

3 row. 5 + 2 = 7 sc.

4 – 5 rows. 7 sc.

Larger tooth

1 – 2 rows. 5 sc.

3 row. 5 + 2 = 7 sc.

4 row. 7 sc.

5 row. 7 + 2 = 9 sc.

6 – 7 rows. 9 + 2 = 11 sc. (figure 21)

1 row. We fold all the cloves and tie them to the sides and tie them along

single crochet perimeter. 30 sc. Little tooth –

last in the scallop.

2 row. In the second row of strapping, we decrease. 30 – 6 = 24 sc.

3 row. 24 – 6 = 18 sc. (Figure 22).

Beak

Upper beak

1 row. 4 sc.

2 row. 4 + 2 = 6 sc.

3 row. 6 + 2 = 8 sc.

4 – 5 rows. 8 sc.

Lower beak

1 row. 4 sc.

2 row. 4 + 1 = 5 sc.

3 row. 5 sc.

Sew together (Figure 23).

Putting a cock. İncrase beak, comb, beard, tail and

eyes (figure 24, figure 25).

Our cock is clearly not enough wings.

Wings

1 row. 6 sc.

2 row. 6 + 6 = 12 sc. (Figure 26).

3-5 rows. 12 sc.

We knit two more such things for one wing, and only for

two wings – 6 parts.

We will connect them on each side (Figure 27).

6 row. We tie around the perimeter 28 sc. roundabout.

7 row. 28 – 4 = 24 sc.

8 row. 24 – 4 = 20 sc.

9 row. 20 – 6 = 14 sc.

10 row. 14 – 4 = 10 sc.

11 row. 10 – 4 = 6 sc.

So did both wings (Figure 28).

It remains only to sew the wings and the cockerel will sing his ode

to the sun (Figure 29, Figure 30)!

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