Crochet Knight Doll

Crochet Knight Doll

12th June 2019 0 By cosycrochet
amigurumi Knight

amigurumi Knight

Over the last two weeks I have released the tutorial for the Princess castle and also the amigurumi Princess doll pattern.  This week I am sharing the pattern for the amigurumi Knight doll.   The finished knight measures around 13cm tall and like the princess, fits perfectly into the Princess Castle.   He is made using DK yarn and a 2.5mm hook and is constructed from the  bottom up and also uses join as you go arms.   The Knights sword, shield and helmet are all added after the doll is finished.

Like the Princess doll, the Knight also works as a great scrap busting project, as he doesn’t use very much yarn in any colour, less than 20-30g depending on whether you make her using DK yarn or not.   He also has 5mm safety eyes and works up very quickly.  Like the Princess, the Knight was designed and made within 1 evening, so a quick crocheter could easily make her within a couple of hours.   He would probably work up great in a thicker yarn and larger hook to make a larger  Knight doll for cuddling rather than for roll play as he was designed.

Next week, I will be releasing the final patterns for the Princess Castle Role Play set, the Dragon which will allow for some great role play for any children along with the Princess Castle.   Get the FREE pattern for the Amigurumi Knight doll below.

See you next week,

Vicky x

Amigurumi Knight

  1. Materials and Resources

Below is a list of everything you will need to make this Knight

  • Double Knit (DK) yarn (you will need around 20-30g of each colour)
    • Skin colour (I used pale peach)
    • Armour colour –I used a dark grey
    • Weapon Colours – I used light grey & a small amount of maroon
    • Small amount of black for details
  • 5mm hook
  • 2 x 5mm safety eyes
  • Small amount of stuffing
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Stitch marker
  1. Stitch List

Below is a list of all the stitches (and their abbreviations) featured in this pattern.  All terms used are American.

  • Sc – single crochet
  • Ch – chain
  • Sc inc – sc increase
  • Sc dec – sc decrease
  • m/c – magic circle
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • ssl st – surface slip stitch
  • b/l – back loops

 

  1. Notes

Here are a few handy tips to help you with the pattern.

  • There is no specific gauge for this Knight, just work as tightly as possible.
  • The Knight is made from the bottom up. You will need to make the arms first as they are added using the join as you go method.
  • Work all rounds continuously, do not join and ch 1 at the end of each round

 

  1. Pattern

Arms – work 2 in armour colour

Row Instruction Stitches
1 6 sc in m/c 6
2-8 Sc around 6
  Change to maroon  
9-10 Sc around 6
  Sl st and cast off, stuff arm lightly  

 

Legs – work 2 starting in armour colour

Row Instruction Stitches
1 6 sc in m/c 6
2-3 Sc around 6
  Change to skin  
4-14 Sc around 6
  Sl st and cast off  

 

Joining Legs & body –starting in armour colour

Row Instruction Stitches
1 6 sc around 1st leg and then continue straight to work 6 sc around second leg 12
2-3 Sc around 12
4 Sc around in b/l 12
5-9 Sc around 12
10 2 sc, attach arm with 3 sc, 3 sc, attach arm with 3 sc, sc 12
  Stuff body  
11 (dec) x 6 6
12 Sc around 6
  Change to skin colour  
13 (sc inc) x 6 12
14 (sc, sc inc) x 6 18
15-18 Sc around 18
  Add eyes between rows 14 & 15 2 stitches apart.   Make sure to line in between the arms.  
19 (sc, sc dec) x 6 12
  Stuff head  
20 (sc dec) x 6 6
  Cast off and sew shut.

Sew a mouth using black

 
  Surface slip stitch in black around b/l from round 4  

 

Helmet – work in armour colour

Row Instruction Stitches
1 6 sc in m/c 6
2 (sc inc) x 6 12
3 (sc, sc inc) x 6 18
4 (8 sc, sc inc) x 2 20
5-6 Sc around 20
7 14 sc, turn 14
8-11 14 sc, turn 14
  Cast off and sew to head  

 

Sword – start in black

Row Instruction Stitches
1 4 sc in m/c 4
2-3 Sc around 4
  Switch to light grey  
4-11 Sc around 4
  Cast off and sew shut.   Sew to arm  

 

Shield – start in light grey

Row Instruction Stitches
1 6 sc in m/c 6
2 Sc around 6
3 (sc inc) x 6 12
  Switch to maroon  
4 (sc, sc inc) x 6 18
  Switch to light grey  
5 (2 sc, sc inc) x 6 24
  Cast off and sew in ends.   Sew to arm.  
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