Amigurumi Bat Crochet Free Pattern

Designer: mes mignonneries | Instagram: @mes.mignonneries

Hello…

One of the free amigurumi crochet patterns we will share today is the amigurumi bat, whose photos and design belong to mes mignonneries. You can learn how to crochet these bat using the free amigurumi pattern. Thanks to mes mignonneries for this cute bat.

Below you will find some information about this pattern. Remember, you can ask for help by sharing your problem with amigurumi in our Facebook group. Have fun…

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Abbreviations

Rnd: round
MR: magic ring
CH: chain
Sl st: slip stich
SC: single crochet
DC: double crochet
Inc: increase
Dec : decrease
( )* : repeat till the end of round
[ ] : total number of stiches in the round

Materials

Cotton ricorumi : dark grey (080), pink (065)
Crochet hook: 3mm 6mm safety eyes. You may need to use smaller/larger eyes, depending on hook/yarn size
Yarn needle
Black embroidery thread
Piece of thin cardboard
Fiberfill for stuffing
Scissors
Size with the materials above will be about 9 cm

AMIGURUMI BAT FREE PATTERN

Head & Body

Stuff as you go along your work
In dark grey
Rnd 1: MR, 65C [6]
Rnd 2: (inc)* [12]
Rnd 3: (1 sc, inc) [18]
Rnd 4: (2 sc, inc) [24]
Rnd 5: (3 sc, inc)* [30]
Rnd 6: (4 sc inc)* [36]
Rnd 7-9:36 SC [36]
Rnd 10: (5 sc, inc) [42]
Rnd 11 – 14:42 SC [42]

Insert the security eyes between Rnd 10 and 11. Embroider the cheeks in pink embroidery thread and nose with black one
Rnd 15: (5 sc, dec)* [36]
Rnd 16: (4 sc, dec)* [30]
Rnd 17: (3 sc, dec) * 241
Rnd 18: (2 sc, dec) * [18]
Rnd 19: (2 sc, inc)* [24]
Rnd 20:24 5C [24]
Rnd 21: (3 sc inc)* [30]
Rnd 22-24:30 SC [30]
Rnd 25: (4 sc inc) [36]
Rnd 26 – 29 : 26 SC [36]
Rnd 30: (5 SC, inc)* [42]
Rnd 31:42 SC [42]
Rnd 32: through the back loop only (5 sc, dec)* [36]

Finish to stuff.
For best stability: Draw a circle about 4 cm in diameter on a piece of thin cardboard. Cut it out and slide it into the opening of Rnd 32
Rnd 33: (2 sc, dec)* [27]
Rnd 34: (1 sc, dec)* [18]
Rnd 35: (dec) * [91
Close and fasten off.

Ears (x2)

In pink
Rnd 1: MR. 6 SC [6]
Rnd 2: (3 SC, SC )* [12]
Rnd 3: sc, (3 sc in same stitch, 3 SC ) x 23 sc in same stitch, 2 sc [18]
In dark grey
Rnd 4:2 SC, (3 sc in same stitch, 5 SC) X2, 3 sc in same stitch, sc 3 [24]
Rnd 5:3 5C (3 sc in same stitch. 7 SC ) X 23 sc in same stitch, 4 sc [30]
Sew the ears in side of the head, between rounds 5 and 12, leaving approx 5 stiches between them.

Wings (x2)

In dark grey
Rnd 1: MR, 3 ch, 15 dc, slst into ch space (16) Rnd 2: 3 ch, dc in same ch space, (de, dc-inc) x7.dc, slst in ch space (24)
Rnd 3: 3 ch, dc in same ch space, (2 dc, dc-inc) x7, 2 dc, slst in ch space (32)
Rnd 4: 3 ch, dc in same ch space, (3 do, dc-inc) x7, 3 dc sist in ch space (40)
Rnd 5: 3 ch, dc in same ch space, 3 ch
2 dc in the same space ( 4 dc, dc-ing 2 ch, dc-inc) x 7.4 dc, sist in ch space (80)
Stitch together through the back loops only
Sew the wings to the back of the body.

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