Amigurumi Harry Potter Free Pattern

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One of the free amigurumi crochet patterns we will share today is the amigurumi Harry Potter, whose photos and design belong to Daisy and Storm. You can learn how to crochet these Harry Potter using the free amigurumi pattern.

Below you will find some information about this pattern. Remember, you can ask for help by sharing your problem with amigurumi in our Facebook group. Have fun…

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Materials

• Yarn  in flesh, black, light grey, dark grey, yellow and red
• Crochet hook
• Safety eyes (optional – can be embroidered instead)
• Glasses
• Stuffing
You can use any yarn and crochet hook combination that gives you good tension. Normally this would be a hook around two sizes smaller than that recommended on the yarn label. For Harry I used a 3 mm hook with DK/Light Worsted Weight (3) acrylic yarn.

Abbreviations

sc – single crochet
dec – decrease
inc – increase
blo – crochet through back loops only
sl – slip stitch
dc – double crochet
tr – treble crochet
The numbers in brackets at the end of each round indicate how many stitches you should have at the end of the round

AMIGURUMI HARRY POTTER CROCHET FREE PATTERN

Arms (make 2)

Using flesh coloured yarn:
Round 1: 4 sc into magic ring (4)
Round 2: 4 inc (8)
Rounds 3-4: 8 sc (2 rounds)
Change to light grey coloured yarn:
Round 5: 8 sl
Round 6: 8 sc blo
Rounds 7-14: 8 sc (8 rounds)
Fasten off.

Legs

Using black coloured yarn:
Round 1: 6 sc into magic ring (6)
Round 2: 6 inc (12)
Round 3: (3 sc, 3 inc) 2 times (18)
Round 4: 18 sc blo (18)
Round 5: 18 sc
Round 6: 2 sc, 7 dec, 2 sc (11)
Change to dark grey coloured yarn:
Round 7: 11 sl
Round 8: 11 sc blo
Round 9-18: 11 sc (10 rounds)
Fasten off.
Make second leg, but do not fasten off.
If you are not already at the side of leg with foot facing forward, sc until there. Chain 1 stitch.

Body

Round 1: 11 sc around leg that you fastened off (so legs are then attached to each other), 1 sc in ch, 11 sc around second leg, 1 sc in ch (24)
Round 2: 10 sc, dec, 10 sc, dec (22)
Round 3: 22 sc
sc until at centre of back
Change to light grey coloured yarn:
Round 4: 22 sl
Round 5: 22 sc blo
Change to yellow coloured yarn:
Round 6: 22 sc

Change to light grey coloured yarn:
Round 7-8: 22 sc (2 rounds)
Round 9: 5 sc, 1 dec, 9 sc, 1 dec, 4 sc (20)
Round 10-11: 20 sc (2 rounds)
Sc to side of body with feet facing forward if not already there
Round 12: 8 sc around arm, 10 sc on body, 8 sc around other arm, 10 sc on body (36)
Round 13: (1 sc, 1 dec) x 12 (24)
Round 14: 12 dec (12)
Change to flesh coloured yarn:
Round 15: 12 sl
Round 16: 12 sc blo
Round 17: 12 inc (24)

Round 18: 24 inc (48)
Round 19-26: 48 sc (8 rounds)
Place safety eyes between rounds 24 and 25, making sure they are centre on face and 8 stitches apart.
Round 27: (6 sc, 1 dec) x 6 (42)
Round 28: (5 sc, 1 dec) x 6 (36)
Round 29: (4 sc, 1 dec) x 6 (30)
Round 30: (3 sc, 1 dec) x 6 (24)
Round 31: (2 sc, 1 dec) x 6 (18)
Round 32: (1 sc, 1 dec) x 6 (12)
Round 33: dec x 6 (6)
Fasten off, gather around fasten off stitches and pull tight to close hole at top of head.

Hair

Using black coloured yarn:
Round 1: 7 sc into magic ring
Round 2: 7 inc (14)
Round 3: (1 sc, 1 inc) (21)
Round 4: (2 sc, 1 inc) (28)
Round 5: (3 sc, 1 inc) (35)
Round 6: (4 sc, 1 inc) (42)
Round 7: (5 sc, 1 inc) (49)
Rounds 8-13: 49 sc (6 rounds)
Round 14: (1 sc, 1 dc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 dc, 1 sc) x 7
Fasten off. Pin hair to head and then sew into place.
Using red yarn, embroider lightning bolt scar on forehead.
Working around posts of yellow stitches on jersey, 20 sl stitches in red.

Scarf

Using red coloured yarn:
Round 1: 8 ch and join in a loop
Rounds 2-5: 8 sc (4 rounds)
Using yellow coloured yarn:
Rounds 6-9: 8 sc (4 rounds)
Using red coloured yarn:
Round 10-13: 8 sc (4 rounds)

Repeat the previous 8 rounds until you have 13 stripes in total. Fasten off. Fold scarf flat, sew together cast on stitches, sew together cast off stitches. Cut eight 10 cm lengths of yellow yarn and eight 10 cm lengths of red yarn. Using one length of red and one length of yellow, fold lengths in half, draw loop through scarf and then pull cut ends through loop (see photos).

Cloak

Sleeves (make two):
Using black colour yarn
Round 1: 12 ch and join in a loop
Rounds 2-11: 12 sc (10 rounds)
Main body of cloak:
Using black coloured yarn
Row 1: 21 ch
Row 2: starting in second chain from hook 20 sc
Row 3-24: 1 ch, starting in second chain from hook 20 sc (22 rows)
Row 25: 1 ch 5 sc, 12 sc around arm, 10 sc, 12 sc around other arm, 5 sc (44)

see photo tutorial of Round 25 here

Row 26: 1 ch, 22 dec (22)
Row 27-28: 1 ch, 22 sc (2 rounds)
Row 29: 1 ch, 11 dec (11)
Fasten off.
Weave in yarn ends.

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