Hello dear friends … Today I will share with you a very cute Amigurumi Elephant knitting pattern. The rope used in our Amigurumi knitted toy elephant model is gray, which is exactly the color of the elephant. However, if you wish pink, green, red, blue, yellow, you can also learn with colors. You can even use all the colors and make a colorful elephant. How to knit a very cute toy knitting Amigurumi elephant, detailed recipe with you.

Necessary materials:

– Medium lint-free rope

– Crochet – number 5 (or it may be a rope-compatible crochet for you to use)

– Bead fiber

– Quilt needles, scissors

ELEPHANT

• HEAD AND HOSE DEPARTMENT

Head Section

1- 6 common needles into the magic ring (6)

2- Double needles X 6 times into each common needle (12)

3- 1 single needles 1 pair of needles (1 needle need to be inserted 2 times) x 6 times (18)

4- 2 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (24)

5- 3 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (30)

6- 4 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (36)

7- 5 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (42)

8- 6 single frequent needles 1 pair of frequent needles x 6 times (48)

9-7 single frequent needle 1 pair frequent needle x 6 times (54)

10 – 8 Disposable Common Needles 1 Pair Of Common Needles x 6 times (60)

11-9 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (66)

12-10 Single Disposable Needles 1 Pair Of Frequent Needles x 6 times (72)

13- From 20th Place – One to One Needle (72)

21- 10 single needles – knitting 2 sub-needles at one time x 6 times (66)

22 to 24 – One to one needle (66)

25- 9 single needles – knitting 2 sub-needles at one time x 6 times (60)

26- One-to-one frequent needles (60)

27- 8 single needles – 2 knitting needles at one time (subtraction) x 6 times (54)

28- One-to-one frequent needles (54)

29-7 7 single needles – 2 knitting needles at one time (subtraction) x 6 times (48)

One-to-one frequent needles (48)

31- 6 single needles – 2 knitting needles at one time (subtraction) x 6 times (42)

One-to-one frequent needles (42)

33-5 5 single needles – 2 knitting needles at one time (subtraction) x 6 times (36)

34- One to One Needle (36)

35 – 4 single needles – 2 knitting needles at one time (subtraction) x 6 times (30)

36 – 40 – One to one needles (30)

*** Let’s do the filling. The smaller the gap, the more difficult the filling process will be.

41- 3 single needles – 2 knitting needles at one time (subtraction) x 6 times (24)

42-46 – One-to-one frequent needles (24)

47- 2 single needles – knitting 2 sub-needles at one time x 6 times (18)

48- One-to-one frequent needles (18)

Hose Section:

49 – 54 – Knitting of 2 frequent needles in one go (subtraction) x 1 – 6 single needles – 1 pair of needles (1 will be inserted 2 times into needle) x 2 times – 6 single needles – 2 knitting needles in one go ( subtraction) x 1 (18)

Description of (1 + 6 + 2 + 2 + 6 + 1)

55 – One-to-one frequent needle (Back loop called a frequent needle. When knitting, it will be knitted on the back of a single rope and not on two ropes.)

56 – 1 single needle – 2 knitting needles at one time x 6 times (12)

The end of the hose is finished. The final filling process is made and the needle is closed by combining the needle.

BODY

1- 6 common needles into the magic ring (6)

2- Double needles X 6 times into each common needle (12)

3- 1 single needles 1 pair of needles (1 needle need to be inserted 2 times) x 6 times (18)

4- 2 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (24)

5- 3 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (30)

6- 4 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (36)

7- 5 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (42)

8- 6 single frequent needles 1 pair of frequent needles x 6 times (48)

9-7 single frequent needle 1 pair frequent needle x 6 times (54)

10 – 8 Disposable Common Needles 1 Pair Of Common Needles x 6 times (60)

11-9 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (66)

12-10 Single Disposable Needles 1 Pair Of Frequent Needles x 6 times (72)

13-42 – One-to-one frequent needles (72)

43- 6 single needles 2 knitting needles at one time (subtraction) x 9 times (63)

44-5 5 single needles 2 knitting needles at one time (subtraction) x 9 times (54)

45- 4 single needles 2 knitting needles at one time (subtraction) x 9 times (45)

46- 3 single needles 2 knitting needles at one time (subtraction) x 9 times (36)

47 -48 – One-to-one needles (36)

End the piece, leaving the thread long to connect the body with the head.

Fill it up.

LEGS X 4 PCS

1- 6 common needles into the magic ring (6)

2- Double needles X 6 times into each common needle (12)

3- 1 single needles 1 pair of needles (1 needle need to be inserted 2 times) x 6 times (18)

4- 2 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (24)

5- 3 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (30)

6- 4 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (36)

7- One-to-one frequent needles (with the form of knitting called Back loop – frequent needles are knitted and knitted on a single rope at the back, instead of two ropes.) This knitting shape allows the leg leg to be separated by the stepping ground to be separated automatically.

8 – 28 – One to One Needle (36)

Finish the piece, leaving the thread long to connect the legs with the body.

Fill it up.

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EARS X 2 PCS

1- 6 common needles into the magic ring (6)

2- Double needles X 6 times into each common needle (12)

3- 1 single needles 1 pair of needles (1 needle need to be inserted 2 times) x 6 times (18)

4- 2 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (24)

5- One to One Needle (24)

6- 3 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (30)

7- 4 single frequent needles 1 pair frequent needles x 6 times (36)

8- One-to-one frequent needles (24)

9-5 Single Disposable Needle 1 Pair Of Frequent Needle x 6 times (42)

10 – 6 Disposable Common Needles 1 Pair Of Common Needles x 6 times (48)

11- One-to-one frequent needles (48)

12-7 single frequent needle 1 pair frequent needle x 6 times (54)

13- 8 single frequent needles 1 pair of frequent needles x 6 times (60)

14- One-to-one frequent needles (60)

15-9 single frequent needles 1 pair of frequent needles x 6 times (66)

16-10 Single Disposable Needles 1 Pair Of Frequent Needles x 6 times (72)

17- One-to-one frequent needles (72)

18-11 single frequent needle 1 pair of frequent needle x 6 times (78)

19- 12 single frequent needles 1 pair of frequent needles x 6 times (84)

20-to-one frequent needles (84)

Fold the resulting piece in half and take the threads together with a crochet. (42)

Finish the weave, leaving the thread long to sew the ears to the trunk.

IVORS X 2 PCS

1- 6 common needles into the magic ring (6)

2- One to One Needle (6)

3- Double frequent needles X 6 times into each common needle (12)

4 – 6 – One to One Needle (12)

7 – 1 single needle 1 double needle (1 needle will be inserted 2 times) x 6 times (18)

8- One-to-one frequent needles (18)

9- Knitting 2 ditches in one go – 6 ditches – 2 ditches in one ditch – 2 ditches in one ditch – 6 ditches – knitting (ditch) 2 ditches in one go (18)

1-6-2-2-6-1 = 18 (Explanation)

10 – One to One Needle (18)

11 – 14 – 9 and 10 repetitions of row 2 (18)

15 -17 – 9. Repeating the row (18)

Finish the weave, leaving the rope long to sew the ivory to the head.

Fill the part.

EYES X 2 PCS

1- 6 common needles into the magic ring (6)

* End the weave, leaving the rope long to sew eyes to the head.

QUEUE

Pull 16 chains.

Give him 15 shots. You use 1 chain to turn.

Give 15 shots to the other side of the chain.

Combine the two sides with the one-to-one crochet hook and form a cord.

Pull 3 -4 chains to the end of the cord and form a buttonhole.

Tassel into that buttonhole