Samstag, 21. März 2015

Free pattern: Nameko Growly Amigurumi

Here's another Fungi for you guys: Growly - "He may look scary, but he's very kind. Is he part ogre?" The pattern is the same one as the original Nameko. You just have to add the horns. Have fun! ♥


  • yarn: beige (COLOR A) and dark red (COLOR B) (I used Wolle Rödel Mille Fili Color-No. natur 5952 and kirsche 5904)
  • 3.00 mm crochet hook
  • fiberfill
  • small amount of black and white felt
  • small amount of black embroidery thread 
  • fabric glue 
  • textile scissors  
  • wool or tapestry needle 
  • optional: stitch marker (you can use a bobby pin as a stitch marker, too!)


  • MR = Magic ring 
  • ch = Chain 
  • st = Stitch 
  • sc = Single crochet 
  • inc = Increase 
  • inv dec = Invisible decrease
  • ss = Slip stitch
  • [  ] = Repeat 
  • (  ) = Total number of stitches per row/round 
  • F/O = Finish off

Instruction for Growly

Work in continuous rounds. Place stitch marker in first st from beginning of each round, move marker up as round is completed.

Starting with COLOR A.

LEGS (make 2):
Rnd 1. MR with a base of 4 sts.
Rnd 2. [sc, inc] around. (6)
Rnd 3. sc around. (6)
Rnd 4. [2sc, inc] around. (8)

F/O and cut a 6" yarn tail for one leg and leave the second leg connected to your yarn ball. Use the 6" yarn tail to sew the legs together. Do this by sewing two sts at the top of one leg opening to two matching sts at the top of the other leg opening. After they are joined together you should now have 12 free sts around the opening of the legs in the shape of an 8.

Rnd 5: ch1, 2sc, inc, 5sc, inc, 3sc, sl st. (14)
Rnd 6: ch1, 3sc, inc, 6sc, inc, 3sc, sl st. (16)
Rnd 7: ch1, sc around, sl st. (16)
Rnd 8: ch1, 4sc, inc, 7sc, inc, 3sc, sl st. (18)
Rnd 9.-13: ch1, sc around, sl st. (18)
Rnd 14: ch1, 5sc, inc, 8sc, inc, 3sc, sl st. (20)
Rnd 15: ch 1, 6sc, inc, 9sc, inc, 3sc, sl st. (22)

Change to COLOR B.
Rnd 16: ch1, 5sc, 3inc, 8sc, 3inc, 3sc, sl st. (28)
Rnd 17: ch1, 5sc, [inc, sc] x2, inc, 9 sc, [inc, sc] x2, inc, 4sc, sl st. (34)
Rnd 18-19: ch1, sc around, sl st. (34)
Start stuffing. Keep stuffing as you work on.
Rnd 20: ch1, 6sc, [inv dec, sc] x2, inv dec, 9 sc, [inv dec, sc] x2, inv dec, 3sc, sl st. (28)
Rnd 21: ch1, sc around, sl st. (28)
Rnd 22: ch1, 7sc, 2inv dec, 10sc, 2inv dec, 3sc, sl st. (24)
Rnd 23: ch1, sc around, sl st. (24)
Rnd 24: ch1, 6sc, 2inv dec, 8sc, 2inv dec, 2sc, sl st. (20)
Rnd 25: ch1, 5sc, 2inv dec, 6sc, 2inv dec, 1sc, sl st. (16)
Rnd 26: ch1, 4sc, 2inv dec, 4sc, 2 inv dec, sl st. (12)
Rnd 27: ch1, [sc, inv dec] x4, sl st. (8)

F/O and sew shut. 

ARMS (make 2):
Starting with COLOR A.

Rnd 1: MR with a base of 4 sts. 
Rnd 2-10: sc around. (4)

F/O and leave an 8” tail for sewing.

HORNS (make 2):
Starting with COLOR A.

Rnd 1: MR with a base of 3 sts. 
Rnd 2: sc, inc, sc. (4)
Rnd 3: sc, 2sl st, sc. (4)
Rnd 4: inc, 2sl st, inc. (6)

F/O and leave an 6” tail for sewing.

  1. Cut eyes out of black felt and glue them on (two stitches apart).
  2. Use black yarn to embroider the mouth onto the head. Cut teeth out of white felt and glue it on.
  3. Sew the arms on either side of the body.
  4. Sew the horns on either side of the head.

***This is an original pattern by ©, 2015. All rights reserved. Please do not claim this pattern as your own. You may not in any form distribute or reproduce this pattern including images. You may keep a copy for your personal use only. Do not sell pattern and/or finished products made from this pattern without first obtaining permission from me.***

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