Mr. Beaver Crochet Pattern

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Introducing Mr. Beaver, the third 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 Foxy the Fox – all available right here on the blog. With these freebies, you can create an entire Woodland Animals amigurumi play set!

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Mr. Beaver Crochet Pattern

Meet the newest fluffball in our crochet crew, Mr. Beaver! 🦫 Hop, growl, and frolic in the forest with his friends Harry 🐇, Beary 🐻, Mo 🦌, and Foxy 🦊. Grab your hooks, it's time to stitch your very own woodland wonderland! 🧶 #AmigurumiAdventures

MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT:

  • DK Weight Yarn
  • 1) cinnamon brown (250 m/100 g) – 35 g
  • 2) dark chocolate brown (250 m/100 g) – 15 g
  • 3) peach (250 m/100 g) – 5 g
  • 4) white (250 m/100 g) – 5 g
  • 5) black (250 m/100 g) – 50 cm (about 2 ft.)
  • 2.5 mm crochet hook
  • polyester fiberfill
  • tapestry needle
  • scissors

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 7” 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 cinnamon brown:

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 10: (incr, 7 sc) – repeat 4 times = 36 sc,
Rnd 11: 2 sc, (incr, 8 sc) – repeat 3 times, incr, 6 sc = 40 sc,
Rnd 12: 4 sc, (incr, 9 sc) – repeat 3 times, incr, 5 sc = 44 sc,
Rnd 13: 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

With cinnamon brown:

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 – 7: 8 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

2nd leg:

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 – 7: 8 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

  • Stuff the beaver 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):

With cinnamon brown:

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

Stuff lightly.

EAR (MAKE 2)

With cinnamon brown:

Rnd 1: ch. 2, work 7 sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook = 7 sc,
Rnds 2 – 3: 7 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

TOOTH (MAKE 2)

With white:

Row 1: Ch. 3, 1 sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook, ch. 1, sl. st. into the last ch., fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

MUZZLE:

With cinnamon brown:

Rnd 1: ch. 6, sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook and the next 3 ch-s, 3 sc into the last ch., 3 sc, 2 sc into the 1st ch. = 12 sc,
Rnd 2: incr, 3 sc, 3 incr, 3 sc, 2 incr = 18 sc,
Rnds 3 – 5: 18 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

  • Sew down the teeth between Rnds 4 and 5 of the muzzle.
  • Stuff lightly and attach between Rnds 11 and 16 of the body.

TAIL:

With dark chocolate brown:

Rnd 1: ch. 2, work 7 sc into the 2nd ch. from the hook = 7 sc,
Rnd 2: incr around = 14 sc,
Rnd 3: (incr, 1 sc) – repeat 7 times = 21 sc,
Rnd 4: (2 sc, incr) – repeat 7 times = 28 sc,
Rnd 5: (incr, 3 sc) – repeat 7 times = 35 sc,
Rnds 6 – 9: Rnds: 35,
Rnd 10: (decr, 5 sc) – repeat 5 times = 30 sc,
Rnds 11 – 12: 30 sc,
Rnd 13: 1 sc, (decr, 4 sc) – repeat 4 times, decr, 3 sc = 25 sc,
Rnds 14 – 15: 25 sc,
Rnd 16: 2 sc, (decr, 3 sc) – repeat 4 times, decr, 1 sc = 20 sc,
Rnds 17 – 18: 20 sc,
Rnd 19: (decr, 2 sc) – repeat 5 times = 15 sc, sl. st. into the next sc, fasten off leaving a long end for sewing.

Stuff lightly.

EYE PATCH (MAKE 2)

With dark chocolate brown:

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

With peach:

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.

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JOINING:

• Attach the ears between Rnds 2 and 6 of the head. Attach the arms between Rnds 15 and 16 of the body.
• Stitch the beaver’s tail with vertical stitches in cinnamon brown, work through both thicknesses and flatten it as you go. One stitch should be 1 or 2 sc tall. Sew it down between Rnds 25 and 26 of the body.
• 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 19 of the body.

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Guest Contributor Anastasiya of Born to Crochet Forced to Work @OombawkaDesign

Anastasiya is the Owner and 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 Mr. Beaver! This is the 3rd animal in her Woodland Series designed exclusively for Oombawka Design!


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