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Frankenstein amigurumi Free pattern – The Nomad Knot

Frankenstein amigurumi Free pattern

Hello everyone! It’s Ana again, and this time with a Frankenstein amigurumi free pattern creation for you!

This week I started preparing my toys for Halloween! And here I am sharing with you a smaller free version of my paid amigurumi Frankenstein pattern! If you want to check it out the paid version, click here!

This Frankenstein has become my husband’s favorite toy so far. It is not a surprise that, after my mom, he is my biggest fan! He is always supporting me and has given me some good words about my toys ever since I started selling my patterns (I am among those people who lost their job during quarantine, but let’s not dive into this!!!).

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Anyways, I was very happy with his reaction to my Frankenstein! It was a completely different reaction from all my other toys. He was so pleased and so happy that, right now, the two versions of Frankenstein is placed in his office. And I am in love with this! You can check some other free patterns I published here!

 I believe that because of this COVID thing, most of us are at home right now, and everyone is starting to prepare for Halloween earlier this year. 

And that is why for the next couple of weeks I will release my Scary Friends collection! Starting with Frankenstein and 3 other Scary characters are about to come! 

All of these Amigurumi patterns will come in Free and Paid versions. So, it is accessible to everyone! I am doing this because, like me, I believe some of you also lost your job or at least don’t have the same income as before. And my purpose of crocheting was always to bring happiness to people around me, and now I feel that by doing this, I can bring happiness to more than just the people around me. Does that make sense?

But enough of talking let’s dive into the amigurumi pattern. I hope you enjoy it! And if you have any questions or suggestions, or just want to talk, leave a comment in the box below! 

I leave down here some links that might be useful to you and some “must always remember” tips when crocheting amigurumi toys.

TIPS:

  1. The most important to remember is to keep your stitch with a tight tension, this way, you won’t have any see-through gaps.
  2. To help me keep my stitches tight, I prefer using yarn for a thicker needle than the one I would be using for the Amigurumi.
  3. Always count your stitches after every row, so you will make sure to have the total amount of stitches.
  4. Use a piece of yarn to mark the last stitch, so you won’t miss where the beginning and end of your row is!



MINI FRANKENSTEIN

Materials:

Black, green, and two shades of gray yarn;

2mm crochet needle

Sewing needle

Scissors

HEAD

With black yarn start:

  • 1 row                   6sc in a magic ring
  • 2 row                   6inc Total 12sts
  • 3 row                   (1sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 18sts 
  • 4 row                   (2sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 24sts 
  • 5 row                   (3sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 30sts 
  • 6 row                   (4sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 36sts
  • 7 row                   (5sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 42sts
  • 8 row                   (6sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 48sts

Add the green yarn and start working with both colors 

  • 9 row                   (3sc in black, 1sc in green) repeat 12 times
  • 10 row                 (3sc in green, 1sc in black) repeat 12 times

Cut the black yarn and fasten it off, keep working with the green yarn

  • 11 and 12 row 48sc

Add gray yarn

  • 13 row                 48blsl (with only gray yarn)

From here, we will work only with green yarn

  • 14 row                 48blsl
  • 15 row                 48blsc
  • 16 to 18 row      48sc

If you are using safety eyes, place them at row 17 with 5 stitches between them.

  • 19 row                 (6sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 42sts
  • 20 row                 (5sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 36sts
  • 21 row                 (4sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 30sts
  • 22 row                 (3sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 24sts
  • 23 row                 (2sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 18sts

Stop here for stuffing!

  • 24 row                 (1sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 12sts

Cut the yarn and fasten it off.

LEGS

With gray yarn start,

  • 1 row                   6sc in a magic ring
  • 2 row                   6inc Total 12sts
  • 3 row                   12bpsc
  • 4 to 8 row           12sc

Cut the yarn, fasten it off and leave a tail for sewing. Make another one following the same instructions.

ARMS

With green yarn start,

  • 1 row                   6sc in a magic ring
  • 2 row                   6inc Total 12sts
  • 3 to 6 row           12sc

Cut the yarn and fasten it off. Leave a tail for sewing. Make another one following the same instructions.

DETAILS

 With a lighter gray yarn make uneven lines over the gray line on his head to form the stitches.

Attach the same yarn on the sides, and make 2hdc inside a stitch, 2 rows under the gray line, that will be the screws!

Embroider the eyes at row 17 with 5 stitches between them.       

Sew the legs in the middle part of the bottom and the hands right above them.

With green yarn, embroider lines to form a scar between the eyes and the screws.

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

 You finished your little Frankenstein amigurumi toy!

If you are happy with your results, publish a picture and tag me on any social media so I can see your final product!

As I mentioned before, this Frankenstein amigurumi pattern is a small version of a more advanced (and paid!) amigurumi pattern I made, you can check it out here

 If you want any amigurumi, in particular, write in the comment box below and I’ll schedule to create a simple pattern with your request! I like random new ideas!

Every week I release a free pattern here, so if you want to receive in your e-mail the latest pattern from me, just leave your e-mail in the subscription below. I usually send 1 or 2 e-mails per month, so don’t worry, I will never bother you (too much! Haha)!

But, if you are ready for more advanced patterns, check the Etsy shop with more of my creations. All the patterns contain detailed explanations and around/over 50 step-by-step pictures to help you complete your toy! And of course, you can always consult me if you have any doubts! I will be happy to chat with you!

All right, that’s it for today! See you next week.

Love,

Ana!

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