Crochet amigurumi lion free pattern

Hello there. Welcome to my blog. Did you take a picture on this subject? I really liked it when I saw the picture.
I am sure that this topic will be especially for the users of Pinterest. Because this is an pattern of an amigurumi lion that looks really great. I’ve seen a lot of amigurumi lions before. However, this may be among the best models I have seen.
Do not say lion, friends. This lion amigurumi is really cute. I do not know if there are different patterns but if you share them with me after I do, I will publish them too. When you complete the amigurumi, it becomes 18 cm.
It’s not a huge model. That’s why it looks so cute. A great toy for babies. Babies love vibrant colors. In fact, this type of amigurumi can be more beautiful if a sound sensor is installed inside.
Wouldn’t talking amigurumi be beautiful? I look with certainty that this type of cheerleading will be done in the future. By the way, thank you to @ksu_toys who designed the amigurumi.

If we come to the details about amigurumi now

as yarn: Himalaya Dolphin Baby yarn

Abbreviations
sc : Single Crochet
inc : Increase
dec : Decrease
tr : Triple Crochet/ Treble Crochet
st: Stitch
dc : Double Crochet
hdc: Half Double Crochet
sl-st : Slip Stitch
ch : Chain
..in : make increase into same stitch as many as the number which is given in front of “inc” abbreviation (exp; 3inc, 4inc..).
FLO : Crochet into front loops only
BLO : Crochet into back loops only
BL : Bobble Stitch – do 5dc all in the same stitch and then yarn over and pull through all the loops on your hook (the original loop + 1 loop for each partially completed dc).

Crochet plush lion amigurumi from Ksenia Toynaya (@ksu_toys) measuring 18 cm. You will need less than half a winding of Himalaya Dolphin Baby yarn and hook number 4-6.

  • Crochet amigurumi lion free pattern
  • Crochet amigurumi lion free pattern
  • Crochet amigurumi lion free pattern

Head
1: 5 c in MR (5)
2: inc*5 (10)
3: (1 sc, inc)*5 (15)
4: (2 sc, inc)*5 (20)
5: (3 sc, inc)*5 (25)
6-9: 25 sc (4 row)
10: (3 sc, dec)*5 (20)
11: (2 sc, dec)*5 (15)
12: (1 sc, dec)*5 (10)
13: dec*5 (5)

We make the mane with a contrasting thread by simply pulling out the thread from the purl
sides to the front in a circle. From the inside, you can fasten the stitches with a thin thread, tying knots.

Leg (2 parts)
1: 5 c in MR (5)
2: inc*5 (10)
3-8: 10 sc (6 rows)
After knitting the 2nd leg, we do not cut the thread.

Body
We connect the legs with a chain of 2 ch.
1: knit 10 sc at the 1st leg, 2 sc along the chain of 2 ch, 10 sc at the 2nd leg, 2 sc in 2 ch
(on the reverse side) (24)
2: 11 sc, inc, 11 sc, inc (26)
3-8: 26 sc (6 rows)
9: on the sides we do 1 dec (24)
10: on the sides we do 2 dec (20)
11: on the sides we do 2 dec (16)
12: on the sides we do 2 dec (12)
13: on the sides we do 2 dec (8)
14: on the sides we do 1 dec (6)

Hands (2 parts)
1: 4 c in MR (4)
2: inc*4 (8)
3-9: 8 sc (7 rows)

Ears (2 parts)
1: 5 c in MR (5)
2: inc*5 (10)
3: 10 sc

Tail
1: 3 c in MR (3)
2: 1 sc, 2 inc (5)
3-7: 5 sc (5 rows)
At the end of the tail, make a tassel 3-4 loops, like a mane.

Muzzle
1: 6 c in MR (6)
2: inc*6 (12)
3: 12 sc