Foxy the Fox Crochet Pattern

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Introducing Foxy the Fox, the second in Anastasiya’s line of charming crocheted animal patterns! For the perfect Woodland Creature set, don’t miss the free patterns for Harry the Rabbit, Beary the Bear, Mo the Moose, and Mr. Beaver – all available right here on the blog. With these freebies, you can put your crocheting skills on full display!

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Foxy The Fox Crochet Pattern

Welcome Foxy the Fox, joining the whimsical woodland wonderland, the second of Anastasiya's enchanting crochet patterns! 🦊 Combine Foxy with Harry the Rabbit, Beary the Bear, Mo the Moose, and Mr. Beaver for a fantasy forest set. 🌲 Explore free patterns from Oombawka Design Crochet and let your crochet creations run wild! 🧶 #CrochetLove #WoodlandCreatures #OombawkaDesignCrochet

Don’t forget to complete the rest of your forest squad with Harry the Rabbit 🐇, Beary the Bear 🐻, Mo the Moose 🦌, and Mr. Beaver 🦫!

MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT:

ABBREVIATIONS:

The pattern is written in US crochet terms.

  • ch(-s). – chain(s)
  • sc – single crochet
  • Rnd(s) – round(s)
  • st(s). – stitch(es)
  • sl. st. – slip stitch
  • incr – increase (2 sc worked into 1 st)
  • decr – decrease (2 sc crocheted together)

DESCRIPTION:

  • All details are worked in spiral rounds without joining, unless otherwise stated.
  • The finished amigurumi is about 6,5” tall, if made with indicated yarn weight and hook size.
  • For rounds with just a total number of stitches that means 1 sc in each st around. We aren’t increasing or decreasing, just crocheting the same number of stitches.

BODY:

With terracotta:

Rnd 1: ch. 2, work 8 sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook = 8 sc,
Rnd 2: incr around = 16 sc,
Rnd 3: (incr, 3 sc) – repeat 4 times = 20 sc,
Rnd 4: 2 sc, (incr, 4 sc) – repeat 3 times, incr, 2 sc = 24 sc,
Rnd 5: 24 sc,
Rnd 6: 4 sc, (incr, 5 sc) – repeat 3 times, incr, 1 sc = 28 sc,
Rnd 7: 28 sc,
Rnd 8: (6 sc, 1 incr) – repeat 4 times = 32 sc,
Rnds 9 – 12: 32 sc,
Rnd 13: (incr, 7 sc) – repeat 4 times = 36 sc,
Rnd 14: 2 sc, (incr, 8 sc) – repeat 3 times, incr, 6 sc = 40 sc,
Rnd 15: 4 sc, (incr, 9 sc) – repeat 3 times, incr, 5 sc = 44 sc,
Rnd 16: 6 sc, (incr, 10 sc) – repeat 3 times, incr, 4 sc = 48 sc,
Rnds 17 – 18: 48 sc,
Rnd 19: (incr, 23 sc) – repeat 2 times = 50 sc,
Rnds 20 – 31: 50 sc,
Rnd 32: (decr, 3 sc) – repeat 10 times = 40 sc,
Rnd 33: 2 sc, (decr, 3 sc) – repeat 7 times, decr, 1 sc = 32 sc,
Rnd 34: (decr, 2 sc) – repeat 8 times = 24 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, do not finish off.

LEGS

1st leg:

Rnd 1: ch. 1, 7 sc, fold the body and work 1 sc into the same sc as the beginning ch.1 = 8 sc,

The Animals Legs Image 1
The Animals Legs Image 2


Rnds 2 – 3: 8 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off, join black, (Tutorial – Join New Yarn with Single Crochet Stitch)
Rnds 4 – 7: 8 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

2nd leg:

With terracotta:

Skip next 4 sc of the body,

The Animals Second Leg

Rnd 1: ch. 1, 7 sc, fold the body and work 1 sc into the same sc as the beginning ch.1 = 8 sc,
Rnds 2-3: 8 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off, join black, (Tutorial – Join New Yarn with Single Crochet Stitch)
Rnds 4-7: 8 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

  • Stuff the toy firmly (a pencil will help to stuff the legs), close the openings on the legs and the remaining 8 stitches of the body.

ARM (MAKE 2):

Start with black:

Rnd 1: ch. 2, work 8 sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook = 8 sc,
Rnds 2 – 7: 8 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off, join terracotta,
Rnds 8 – 10: 8 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

Stuff lightly.

EAR (MAKE 2):

With black:

Rnd 1: ch. 2, work 4 sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook = 4 sc,
Rnd 2: (incr, 1 sc) – repeat 2 times= 6 sc,
Rnd 3: (incr, 2 sc) – repeat 2 times = 8 sc,
Rnd 4: (incr, 3 sc) – repeat 2 times = 10 sc,
Rnd 5: 10 sc,
Rnd 6: (decr, 3 sc) – repeat 2 times = 8 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

MUZZLE:

With terracotta:

Rnd 1: ch. 2, 6 sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook = 6 sc,
Rnd 2: (incr, 2 sc) – repeat 2 times = 8 sc,
Rnd 3: 2 sc, incr, 3 sc, incr, 1 sc = 10 sc,
Rnd 4: (4 sc, incr) – repeat 2 times = 12 sc,
Rnd 5: (incr, 5 sc) – repeat 2 times = 14 sc,
Rnd 6: 2 sc, incr, 6 sc, incr, 4 sc = 16 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

  • Stuff lightly and sew between Rnds 9 and 16 of the body.

TAIL:

Start with off-white:

Rnd 1: ch. 2, work 5 sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook = 5 sc,
Rnd 2: incr, (sc, incr) – repeat 2 times = 8 sc,
Rnd 3: 2 sc, (incr, 2 sc) – repeat 2 times = 10 sc,
Rnd 4: 2 incr, (2 sc, 2 incr) – repeat 2 times = 16 sc,
join black,
Rnd 5: 16 sc,
Rnd 6: (decr, 6 sc) – repeat 2 times = 14 sc,
Rnd 7: 14 sc,
Rnd 6: (decr, 5 sc) – repeat 2 times = 12 sc,
Rnd 9: 12 sc,
Rnd 10: (decr, 4 sc) – repeat 2 times = 10 sc,
Rnd 11: 10 sc,
Rnd 12: (decr, 3 sc) – repeat 2 times = 8 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

  • Stuff lightly.

EYE PATCH (MAKE 2):

With off-white:

Rnd 1: ch. 2, work 6 sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook = 6 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

  • Attach to the head above the muzzle.

BOW TIE

Detail 1:

Rnd 1: ch. 8, sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook and the next 5 ch-s, 3 sc into the last ch., 5 sc, 2 sc into the 1st ch. = 16 sc,
Rnd 2: incr, 1 sc, 3 sl. sts, 1 sc, 3 incr, 1 sc, 3 sl. sts, 1 sc, 2 incr = 22 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off, weave in the ends.

Detail 2 (knot):

Rnd 1: ch. 2, work 6 sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook = 6 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

Foxy Parts | Foxy | Guest Post | Born to Crochet Forced to Work | @OombawkaDesign

JOINING:

  • Attach the ears between Rnds 2 and 6 of the head.
  • Attach the muzzle between Rnds 10 and 16 (or as you wish).
  • Attach the eye-patches right above the muzzle.
  • Attach the arms between Rnds 15 and 16 of the body.
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  • Stitch the fox with vertical stitches in off-white (front part of the ears and the tummy. I tried to stitch the muzzle as well, but it was too much) and orange (the back of the ears, the tail and the terracotta part of the body). One stitch should be 1 or 2 sc tall.
Back | Foxy | Guest Post | Born to Crochet Forced to Work | @OombawkaDesign
  • Embroider the eyes with the French Knots, and the nose and mouth with the Satin Stitch.
  • Sew the knot of the tie to the main detail and sew the tie to Rnd 18 of the body.
  • Or you can simplify the fox omitting the black details and most of the colour changes, and get a cute Foxy too.
No Colour Changes Option | Foxy | Guest Post | Born to Crochet Forced to Work | @OombawkaDesign

Explore the enchanting world of Anastasiya’s crochet animal patterns with the introduction of Foxy the Fox. This delightful second addition follows a successful line of captivating, hand-crafted creations available at Oombawka Design Crochet. The allure doesn’t stop there; discover the charming Woodland Creature set with free patterns for Harry the Rabbit, Beary the Bear, Mo the Moose, and Mr. Beaver. It’s about time you showcased your crochet skills with these exquisite and complimentary designs.

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Anastasiya Matyakh is the Designer at Born To Crochet.

On behalf of the Oombawka Design readers, and myself, I would like to Thank Anastasiya for sharing this adorable free amigurumi pattern for Foxy! This is the 2nd in her Woodland Series designed exclusively for Oombawka Design!


 

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