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Elsa Amigurumi

Elsa Amigurumi

Elsa Amigurumi inspired by the movie Frozen  ♥

SKILLS YOU NEED:

  • Magic ring, chains, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, increase, invisible decrease, front loop only, back loop only, slip stitch
  •  How to change yarn color
  • Basic sewing and embroidery skills
  • How to join parts

I made two options to make Elsa both with the same pattern, we only changed the materials and the hook number.

 

First option is with worsted weight yarn #4 with black or blue safety eyes

SIZE: 27 cm tall using similar yarn

MATERIALS:

  • Hook N°  4 mm
  • Worsted weight acrylic yarn #4
  • I used: El gato expres
  • Skin color  / 40g. approx.
  • Light Blue / 30g. approx.
  • Blue/ 40g. approx.
  • White / 30g. approx.
  • Pearl / 30g. approx.
  • Leftovers of Sports Weight yarn,  pink, red, brown and black
  • 2 (12 mm) safety eyes
  • yarn needle
  • stitch marker
  • scissors
  • pins
  • Fiberfill or stuffing of choice

Second Option is with Sports weight yarn and with black or blue safety eyes

SIZE: 20 cm tall using similar yarn

MATERIALS:

  • Hook N°  3 mm
  • Sports Weight yarn
  • I used: Sinfonía
  • Skin color  / 30g. approx.
  • Light Blue / 20g. approx.
  • Blue/ 20g. approx.
  • White / 15g. approx.
  • Leftovers of Sports Weight yarn,  pink, red, brown and black
  • 2 (10 mm) safety eyes
  • yarn needle
  • stitch marker
  • scissors
  • pins
  • Fiberfill or stuffing of choice

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • R = Round
  • MR= magic ring
  • ch = chain
  • sc = single crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • inc = increase (2 sc in one st)
  • dec = decrease (sc 2 together)
  • inv dec = invisible decrease
  • FLO = front loop only
  • BLO = back loop only
  • sts (s) = stitches (s)
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • rep = repeat
  • * * = repeat work between asterisks as indicated
  • ( ) = number of stitches you should have at the end of your round

NOTE:

  • Mark the beginning of each round with a stitch marker
  • Start stuffing as you go

PATTERN 

ARMS MAKE 2 SKIN COLOR YARN 

R1.- Start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)

R2.- inc in each stitch around (12)

R3-4.- 1  sc in each stitch around (12)

R5.- *inv dec, 2 sc* rep 3 times (9)

CHANGE TO LIGHT BLUE 

R6-12.- 1  sc in each stitch around (9)

CHANGE TO SKIN COLOR

R13.-  inv dec, 7 sc (8)

Stuff firmly.

R14.- fold the arm and make 3 sc, both sides together to close.

Fasten off and make another one.

LEGS MAKE 2 LIGHT BLUE YARN

R1.- Start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)

R2.- inc in each stitch around (12)

R3.- *1 sc, inc* rep 6 times (18)

R4.- *2 sc, inc* rep 6 times (24)

R5.- BLO  1  sc in each stitch around (24)

R6.- 8 sc, 4 inv dec, 8 sc (20)

R7.- 6 sc, 4 inv dec, 6 sc (16)

R8.- 1  sc in each stitch around (16)

CHANGE TO SKIN COLOR YARN

R9.-  BLO  1  sc in each stitch around (16)

R10-15.- 1  sc in each stitch around (16)

Stuff firmly, fasten off .

Make a second leg, DO NOT cut the yarn at the end.

BODY

CHANGE TO WITHE YARN 

Second leg make 6 sc and chain 3.  now join the legs,  count 3 sc of the first leg.  see picture # 3 , place your stitch marker in the first sc.

R16.-  Make 16 sc , 3 sc  over the chain taking only one strand , 16 sc , 3 sc  over the chain taking only one strand (38)

R17-18.- 1  sc in each stitch around (38)

R19.- * 17 sc, inv dec* rep 2 times (36)

R20-21.- 1  sc in each stitch around (36)

CHANGE TO BLUE YARN 

R22.-  1  sc in each stitch around (36) 

R23.- BLO  * 4 sc, dec * rep 6 times (30)

R24-26.- 1  sc in each stitch around (30)

R27.- * 3 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (24)

CHANGE TO LIGHT BLUE

R28.- 1  sc in each stitch around (24)

CHANGE TO SKIN COLOR 

R29.- BLO 6 sc, we place the arm to join the body

through the 4 strands and we make 3 sc, continued with BLO 9 sc

Place the second arm through the 4 strands and make 3 sc, and finish the round with BLO 3 sc (24)

¡Start stuffing as you go!

R30.- * inv dec, 2 sc* rep 6 times (18)

R31-32.- 1  sc in each stitch around (18)

 

DRESS 

We are going to continue with BLUE  yarn in the back side of round # 23

 

We start with chain 1 and a hdc in the same stitch

1.-  1 hdc in each chain, sl st in the first hdc (36)

2-5.- 1  hdc in each stitch (36)

Now we will count 18 hdc as shown in the picture and we hook blue yarn in #18 hdc

6.- * inc, 4 hdc* rep 7 times, chain 1 and turn (42)

7.- 1  hdc in each stitch (42)

8.- FLO  see pictures, make 1  hdc in each stitch (42)

 

9-12 .- Repeat rounds 7 and 8

Fasten off.

HEAD

R33.- * 2 sc, inc * rep 6 times (24)

R34.- * 3 sc, inc * rep 6 times (30)

R35.- * 4 sc, inc * rep 6 times (36)

R36.- * 5 sc, inc * rep 6 times (42)

R37.-* 6 sc, inc * rep 6 times (48)

R38-47 .- 1  sc in each stitch around (48)

R48.-* 6 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (42)

R49.-* 5 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (36)

¡Start stuffing as you go!

  • Place safety eyes between round 44 and 43. 5 stitches apart
  • Embroider nose between rounds 42 to 41
  • Embroider mouth in round 39
  • Embroider eyelashes, and eyebrows in round 46

  • With white yarn we embroider a part of the eye and with pink yarn we embroider the cheeks

R50.-* 4 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (30)

R51.-* 3 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (24)

R52.-* 2 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (18)

Stuff firmly

R53.-* 1 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (12)

R54.- * inv dec * rep 6 times (6)

Stuff firmly, fasten off.

EARS MAKE 2 SKIN COLOR YARN 

1.- 5 sc in a magic ring (5)

We close it in half to form an ear, we make 1 chain and cut leaving a long thread.

  • Sew ears between rounds 43 to 41
  • With 6 stitches apart between the eye and the ear.

HAIR PEARL OR WHITE YARN

R1.- Start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)

R2.- inc in each stitch around (12)

R3.- inc in each stitch around (24)

R4.- * 3 sc, inc * rep 6 times (30)

Make 31 chains, start in the 2nd chain from the hook and make 15 sc,  14 dc and 1 hdc. skip 1 stitch and make a  sl st in the next st. Repeat the same steps until you have 3 strands of hair.

Make 20 chains, start in the 3rd chain from the hook and make 17 dc and 1 hdc. skip 1 stitch and make a sl st in the next st. Repeat the same steps until you have 6 strands of hair.

Make 40 chains, start in the 2nd chain from the hook and make 24 sc, 14 dc and 1 hdc. skip 1 stitch and make a sl st in the next st. Repeat the same steps until you have 3 strands of hair.

Make 15 chains, start in the 2nd chain from the hook and make 14 sc, FLO sl st in the next st. Repeat the same steps until you have 6 strands of hair. Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

  • Pin the top of  hair between rounds 49 and 50 with the short hair in the front, sew the top of the hair  then Pin the bottom row of hair equally, sew the bottom hair covering all spaces .

With our yarn needle and pearl yarn we sew the edges of the hair

We take the long hair through the back of the neck to make a braid and sew it.

 

CLOAK

LIGHT BLUE YARN 

NOTE
– Start row with ch 2
– Ch 2 does NOT  count as a dc. 

1.- Make 22 chains, start in the 3rd chain from the hook

2.-1 dc in each chain. ch 2 and turn. (20)

3.-  1 dc in each st. ch 2 and turn. (20)

4.- dec, 16 dc, dec. ch 2 and turn (18)

5.- 1 dc in each st. ch 2 and turn (18)

6.- dec, 14 dc, dec. ch 2 and turn (16)

7.- 1 dc in each st. ch 2 and turn (16)

8.- dec, 12 dc, dec. ch 2 and turn (14)

9.- 1 dc in each st. ch 2 and turn (14)

10.- dec, 10 dc, dec. ch 2 and turn (12)

11.- 1 dc in each st. ch 2 and turn (12)

12.- dec, 8 dc, dec. ch 2 and turn. (10)

13-14 .- 1 dc in each st. ch 2 and turn. (10)

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing in round #28

¡CONGRATULATIONS!  I hope you had fun ♥

If you have any questions or problems with the Pattern or you find errors, please feel free to contact me

Send me your wonderful picture of your Finished ELSA Amigurumi

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Copyright © 2020 by Yazmina Nieblas {Minasscraft}

This pattern is for personal use only. The pattern or parts of it may not be reproduced, distributed or resold, translated, posted, altered, shared or posted for sale or free through the internet or offline.

Of course, you can sell the doll of this pattern in small quantities if you name Yazmina Nieblas (Author) and provide a link to the website www.minasscraft.com ¡Thank you!

 

I do not own the rights of this character, this is a crochet art made by fans of the character, all rights belong to the legal owner. 

 

 

This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. Very cute Elsa I just wish I could print the pattern as we are going to Florida & I’d love to take along to make very nice our $ yrs old Granddaughter well love it thank you for sharing

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