Hugo – sweet and simple amigurumi

Hugo

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A simple amigurumi pattern which I created for my Amigurumi Workshop, I’m happy for you to make and even sell little Hugo’s but please link the pattern back to my blog.

Please don’t reproduce or sell this pattern.

Materials

Cotton yarn ( I’ve use DK and 4ply both work well) – colours A & B, 3 mm hook, toy stuffing, small amount of black yarn, sewing needle

Abbreviations

dc  – double crochet

st  – stitch

sl st – slip stitch

dc2tog – double crochet two together (decrease)

 Legs

Starting with Yarn A

Round 1 – make a magic circle and work 6 dc into the ring (6) ( alternatively you can start with 2 chain and work 6 dc into the second chain from the hook)

Round 2 – 2dc in next st – repeat 6 times (12)

Round 3 – 1dc, 2dc in next stitch – repeat 6 times (18)

Rounds 4 – 12 – 1 dc in each st (18)

Fasten of first leg, repeat for 2nd leg but don’t fasten off.

Main Body

Join legs together with a sl st.

Round 13 -15 dc into each st (36) change to yarn B

Round 16 -28 – dc into each st (36)

Round 29 – 4 dc, 1dc2tog – repeat 6times (30) start to stuff the legs, and add more as you go along.

Round 30 – 3 dc, 1dc2tog – repeat 6 times (24)

Round 31 – 2 dc, 1dc2tog – repeat 6 times (18)

Round 32 – 1 dc, 1dc2tog – repeat 6 times (12)

Round 33 – 1dc2tog – repeat 6 times (6)

Fasten off and sew opening together.

Ears

Starting with Yarn B

Round 1 – make a magic circle and work 6 dc into the ring (6)

Round 2 – 2dc in next st – repeat 6 times (12)

Round 3 – 1dc, 2dc in next stitch – repeat 6 times (18)

Round 4  -2dc, 2dc in next stitch – repeat 6 times (24) finish with a sl st fasten off leaving a tail long enough to attach to the body – Make 2.

Attach to Hugo’s head and embroider his little face and he is good to go.

Please don’t reproduce or sell this pattern. I am happy for you to make and sell little Hugo’s but please link the pattern back to my blog.

 

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14 thoughts on “Hugo – sweet and simple amigurumi

  1. Looks lovely, I’ll have to knit the little Hugo toy. I love the colours of the wool also. All the best with the blog, I shall be following you.

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  2. Great blog I’m making my great nephew a Hugo as he’s also called Hugo can’t believe what I am achieving now I’ve done your courses u r such an amazing tutor xxxx

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  3. Good luck with your new blog … My cousin has a very successful blog using WordPress … I am sure this will be very successful

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