The amigurumi cow pattern is an animal model preferred by everyone who knits amigurumi. It should go without saying that it is more difficult to describe than other animal free amigurumi patterns for beginners, but if a person wants, they can achieve anything. If you are going to make a real-looking amigurumi, usually cow amigurumi patterns are 40 or 45 cm in size. But for a sweeter look, you can also choose to stand on both legs. Depending on the yarn selection, the growth in dimensions will vary. In cow crochet amigurumi, legs and hands can be knitted or you can sew them if you want. Thus, you will get cute cow amigurumis.

Designer
Instagram: laststitchontheleft

Designer
Instagram: laststitchontheleft

Terms (us):
sc = single crochet (x-stitch)
hdc = half double crochet
sl st = slip stitch
dc = double crochet
inc = increase
dec = invisible decrease
ch = chain
mr = magic ring
fo = fasten off

Materials:
yarn in any size in white, dark
grey, pink
hook in corresponding size
yarn needle
polyester fiberfill
scissors

Head (make i in white yarn):
1. sc 6 into mr
2. incx 6 (12)
3. (sc, inc) repeat 6 (18)
4. (2 sc, inc) repeat 6 (24)
5. (3 sc, inc) repeat 6 (30)
6. – 17. sc 30 (sc 30 for 12 rounds)
18. (3 sc, dec) repeat 6 (24), begin stuffing the head
19. (2 sc, dec) repeat 6 (18)
20. (sc, dec) repeat 6 (12)
21. dec repeat 6 (6), Fasten off

Snout (make i using pink yarn):
1. sc 6 into mr
2. inc repeat 6 (12)
3. (sc, inc) repeat 6 (18)
4. – 13. sc 18 (sc 18 for 10 rounds)
14. (2 sc, dec) repeat 6 (18), stuff snout
15. (sc, dec) repeat 6 (12)
16. dec repeat 6 (6), Fasten off

Ears (make 2, one in grey, one in white):
1. ch 7
2. sc in second ch from the hook, hdc, dc, dc, hdc, sl st, ch 1, turn
3. sc 6, Fasten off

Body (make i using white yarn):
1. sc 6 into mr
2. incx6 (12)
3. (sc, inc) repeat 6 (18)
4. (2 sc, inc) repeat 6 (24)
5. (3 sc, inc) repeat 6 (30)
6. (4 sc, inc) repeat 6 (36)
7. (5 sc, inc) repeat 6 (42)
8. – 16. sc 42 (sc 42 for 9 rounds)
17. (5 sc, dec) repeat 6 (36)
18. (4 sc, dec) repeat 6 (30), begin stuffing the body
19. (3 sc, dec) repeat 6 (24)
20. (2 sc, dec) repeat 6 (18)
21. (sc, dec) repeat 6 (12)
22. dec repeat 6 (6), Fasten off

Front legs (make 2):
1. start with grey: sc 6 into mr.
2. incx6 (12)
3. switch to white yarn: sc 12
4.-6. sc 12, Fasten off, leave tail for sewing

Back legs (make 2):
1. follow steps 1-6 of front legs but do not fasten off
2. ch 1, turn, sc 6 (6)
3. ch 1, turn, sc 6 (6)
4. ch 1, turn, sc 6 (6), Fasten off

Spouts (make 2 in grey):
1. sc 6 into mr
2. inc repeat 6 (12)
3. (sc, inc) repeat 6 (18)
4. (2 sc, inc) repeat 6 (24)
5. (3 sc, inc) repeat 6 (30)

Tail (make 1):
Either braid three pieces of white yarn into a tail to make a 3-4 cm long tail or make a basic crochet cord using this technique:
Make a slip knot on the needle, leaving a long tail. wrap working yarn around index finger and yarn tail around thumb, so both sides of the yarn make kind of a v-shape. hold on to the bottom of the slipknot with your right hand to make sure it stays straight. loop the yarn tail on your thumb around the needle from front to back so that you have two loops on your hook. yarn over with the working yarn from your index finger and pull the working yarn through both loops on the hook, repeat until desired length.
Fasten off and fray the yarn ends on the tail.

Assembly
Sew legs onto bottom of body slightly pointing outwards.
Use pins to fix legato body and try out the best placement before sewing.
Sew snout to head. sew one spot to side of the head and one to the top of the body. sew ears to head.
Embroider eyes on head (or use oval safety eyes) and nose holes on snout. attach tail to body

 


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