Cow

Cute Animals series - Cow
See also other cute animals: Bear and Panda
I am so happy that i can add another animal to cute animal series. Amigurumi cow is one of my favorite, so i made this cow pattern as a request of my own self.. :D I hope you can enjoy the pattern..
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Abbreviations:
sc: single crochet   
ch: chain
st: Stitch
inc : increase
dec: decrease
sl st : slip stitch
CC: change color
F/O: Fasten off

Materials:
2 mm crochet hook
yarn in brown, white, pink  and dark brown
Needle for sewing
Stuff
Scissors
6mm safety eyes

Note: Work in continuous round


Head:
Use white
R1: ch 2, starting from second chain from hook 6 sc
R2: inc, rep 6x (12)
R3: sc, inc, rep 6x (18)
R4: sc, inc, [2 sc, inc = rep 5x], sc (24)
R5: 3 sc, inc, rep 6x (30)
R6: 2 sc, inc, [4 sc, inc = rep 5x], 2 sc (36)
R7: 5 sc, inc, rep 6x (42)
R8: 3 sc, inc, [6 sc, inc = rep 5x], 3 sc (48)
R9: 7 sc, inc, rep 6x (54)
R10: 4 sc, inc, [8 sc, inc = rep 5x], 4 sc (60)
R11: 9 sc, inc, rep 6x (66)
R12-18: sc around
Attach safety eyes between R14 and 15 and give 19 stitches between them
R19: 9 sc, dec, rep 6x (60)
R20: 4 sc, dec, [8 sc, dec = rep 5x], 4 sc (54)
R21: 7 sc, dec, rep 6x (48)
R22: 3 sc, dec, [6sc, dec = rep 5x], 3 sc (42)
R23: 5 sc, dec, rep 6x (36)
R24: 2 sc, dec, [ 4 sc, dec = rep 5x], 2 sc (30)
R25: 3 sc, dec, rep 6x (24)
Stuff
F/O

Legs and Body:
1st leg:
Use brown
R1: ch 2, starting from second chain from hook 6 sc
R2: inc, rep 6x (12)
R3: sc, inc, rep 6x (18)
R4-5:  sc around
R6-7: CC to white, sc around
F/O
2nd Leg:
Repeat all 1st Leg step + ch 6 (this chain will be counted as stitches, front and back side)
Don’t cut the yarn because we will continue to crochet both legs together in next round)
Body:
R8: sc in all stitches of 1st leg (18), sc in each chain stitches (6), sc in all stitches of 2nd leg (18), sc in each chain stitches (6) (48 in total)
R9-12: sc around
Stuff the legs
R13: 6 sc, dec, rep 6x (42)
R14-15: sc around
R16: 19 sc, dec, rep 2x (40)
R17-18: sc around
R19: 9 sc, dec, 18  sc, dec, 9 sc (38)
R20-21: sc around
R22: 17 sc, dec, rep 2x (36)
R23-24: sc around
R25: 4 sc, dec, rep 6x (30)
R26: sc around
R27: sc, dec, [3 sc, dec = rep 5x], 2 sc (24)
Stuff
F/O leaving a long tail for sewing

Hands (make 2):
Use brown
R1: ch 2, starting from second chain from hook 6 sc
R2: inc, rep 6x (12)
R3: 3 sc, inc, rep 3x (15)
R4-5: sc around
R6: CC to white, 3 sc, dec, rep 3x (12)
R7-16: sc around
Stuff
Crochet both sides together by using sl st to close the hole
F/O

Ears (make 2):
Use white
R1: ch 2, starting from second chain from hook 6 sc
R2: sc around
R3: sc, inc, rep 3x (9)
R4: 2 sc, inc, rep 3x (12)
R5: 3 sc, inc, rep 3x (15)
R6: sc around
R7: 4 sc, inc, rep 3x (18)
R8-10: sc around
R11: sc, dec, rep 6x (12)
R12: dec , rep 6x (6)
F/O Leaving a long tail for sewing
Horns (make 2):
Use dark brown
R1: ch 2, starting from second chain from hook 6 sc
R2: sc around
R3: inc, 5 sc (7)
R4: inc, 6 sc (8)
R5: inc, 7 sc (9)
R6: inc, 8 sc (10)
Stuff
F/O Leaving a long tail for sewing

Snout:
Use pink
Ch 12
R1: starting from 2nd chain from hook, 10 sc, 3 sc in last st, continue your work st around the other side of chain, 9 sc, 2 sc in last st. (24)
R2: inc, 9 sc, 3 inc, 9 sc, 2 inc (30)
R3: sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, sc, inc, sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, sc, inc (36)
R4-7: sc around
Stuff
F/O leaving a long tail for sewing

Udders:
Use pink
Main Part:
R1: ch 2, starting from second chain from hook 6 sc
R2: inc, rep 6x (12)
R3: sc, inc, rep 6x (18)
R4: sc, inc, [2 sc, inc = rep 5x], sc (24)
R5-6: sc around
Stuff
F/O leaving a long tail for sewing

Small Parts (make 4):
R1: ch 2, starting from second chain from hook 5 sc
R2-3: sc around
F/O leaving a long tail for sewing

Spots:
Use brown
Part 1 (make 2)
R1: ch 2, starting from second chain from hook 6 sc
R2: inc, rep 6x (12)
R3: sc, inc, rep 6x (18)
R4: sc, inc, [2 sc, inc = rep 5x], sc (24)
R5:  inc, 3 sc, rep 6x (30)
F/O leaving a long tail for sewing
Part 2 (make 2):
R1: ch 2, starting from second chain from hook 2 sc (2) ch 1, turn
R2: inc in each sts (4) ch 1, turn
R3: sc in each sts (4) ch 1, turn
R4: inc, 2 sc, inc (6) ch 1, turn
R5-6: sc in each sts (6) ch 1, turn
R7: dec, 2 sc, dec (4) ch 1, turn
R8: sc in each sts (4) ch 1, turn
R9: 2 dec (2) ch 1, turn
R10: dec (1)
F/O leaving a long tail for sewing

Tail:
Use white
R1: ch 2, starting from second chain from hook 5 sc
R2-10: sc around
F/O leaving a long tail for sewing

Finishing:
  • Sew body to head
  • Sew the snout between eyes
  • Sew one round spot on head
  • Sew the horns on head.
  • Sew the ears to the head.
  • Sew the hands to body
  • Sew the main part of udder to body then sew the small parts on main part.
  • Sew the 2nd piece of part 1 spot on left side of body underneath the arm and one piece of 2nd part on right side of body. Sew the last piece of 2nd part of spot on the back side of head.

  • Sew some pieces of brown yarn to tail, brush it to make hair, then sew the tail on the back side of body.
  • Sew nose and mouth
This pattern is an original by me, Zan Merry. Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link this pattern but please do not reprint it to your site or media social. You may keep a copy of this pattern for personal use but you may not sell this pattern. You can sell the items that you made from this pattern as you credit me as the designer.
Please leave comment if you have a question or  find some mistake in my pattern. I will answer your question or do the corrections as soon as I get online. I will be happy to see your creation from this pattern so please share your handmade to my Facebook page Zan Amigurumi or Instagram @zancrochet
Thanks...

Special thanks to my friend, Yanni Galka, for helping me trying this pattern.

8 comments:

  1. Do you use a magic ring to start of with

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    1. I use ch 2 but you can use magic ring

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  2. Thank you!!

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  3. Hola, de que tamaño es la vaquita?

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  4. Hola, de que tamaño es la vaquita?

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    1. Según el número de vueltas y el gancho,debe medir unos 15cm aprox.

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