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Amigurumi Dragon Mushu Free Crochet Pattern

Dragon mushu

Posted by Julia (Fiesssta)

To attract this hot guy we need:

– Pekhorka Children’s tenderness (50g / 235m) dark red (fingertips on arms and legs, comb, nose,

tail tip), yellow (tummy), black (tips of ears) flowers

– Pekhorka Children’s whim (50g / 225m) of light red (the whole toy), white (eyes, teeth), pink (tongue)

colors

– 1.4mm hook for pehorka

– Iris of blue, blue and dark yellow colors (horns)

– 1.25 hook for Iris

– 2 black beads for pupils

– sewing needle and monofilament for stitching

– wire:

on feet 15cm x 2 pcs

on hands 11 cm x 2 pcs

on the body and head 60 cm x 1 pc

– thin wire for finger reinforcement

– filler for stuffing

The frame is in the whole body, so any position can take. The height of the toy in a pose like mine is 28cm.

The total length of the toy is about 58cm.

ABBREVIATIONS

sc – single crochet

dec – decrease (knit two loops of the previous row together)

triple dec – knit one sc from three loops of the previous row

inc – increase (knit 2 sc from one loop of the previous row)

triple inc – knit 3 sc in one loop of the previous row

sl-st, – slip-stitch

ch – chain

hdc – half double crochet

dc – double crochet

(1 sc, inc) x 3 times – what is taken in brackets knit the specified number of times

the number in brackets at the end of each row means the total number of loops in this row

Legs (2 parts)

Fingers

Start in dark red

1 row: 3 sc into magic ring

2 row: 3inc (6)

3 row: (1 sc, inc) x 3 times (9)

4 row: (2 sc, inc) x 3 times (12)

5 row: 1 sc, (3 sc, inc) x 2 times, inc, 2 sc (15)

Change color to light red

6 row: 1 sc, inc, 1 sc, dec, 1 sc, triple inc, 1 sc, dec, 1 sc, inc, 1 sc, dec (16)

7 row: 16 sc

8 row: 6 sc, triple dec, 7 sc (14)

9 row: 1 sc, 2 dec, 3 sc, 2 dec, 2 sc (10)

10 row: 1 sc, dec, 3 sc, dec, 2 sc (8)

11-12 row: 8 sc – 2 rows

Stuff detail. Cut the thread.

Tie a second such detail. Do not break the thread from the second part, continue knitting

Connect them together:

13 row: pick up the first finger from the wrong side for the last knitted loop and the second finger

on the front side for the first loop of the next row, knit 1 sc through them, into the following loops

of both fingers – 2 sc, then knit on the second finger 5 sc, on the first finger 5 sc. Move

marker.

14 row: 10 sc

Stuff and shape.

15 row: 10 sc, 1 offset loop

16 row: inc, 4 sc, 3 ch, 2 sc in a chain starting from the 2nd loop from

hooks, 4 sc, inc (16)

17 row: 7 sc, 2inc, 7 sc (18)

18 row: 3sl-st, 4 sc, 2 dec, 4 sc, 3sl-st, (16)

19 row: 3sl-st, 3 sc, 2 dec, 3 sc, 3sl-st, (14)

20 row: 1 sc, 6 dec, 1 sc (8)

Insert the wire in both fingers and fasten the ends together

Next, fill the part as you knit

21-31 rows: 8 sc – 11 rows

32 row: 2 sc, 3 hdc, 3 sc (8) This knee, make sure it is in front in the center

33-41 rows: 8 sc – 9 rows

42 row: (3 sc, inc) x 2 times (10)

43 row: 10 sc, knit an additional 3 sc at the right leg and 8 sc at the left leg

Cut and fasten the thread.

Knit the second same part.

Tail-body

The part is packed as you knit. The wire runs all the way from the tip of the tail, and

protrudes from the neck by about 10cm (the length of the dragon’s head). In the tail at the tip it turns out small

hole, but due to the fact that there is wire, the filler should not crawl out of the tail.

Start in dark red

1 row: (4 ch, in a chain starting from the 2nd loop from the hook 1 sc, 2 hdc) x 2 times; 5 ch, starting the chain

from the 2nd loop from the hook 1 sc, 1 hdc, 2 dc

2 row: on the last columns horizontally 2 sc into magic ring each column (6 sc)

3-4 row: close in a ring and knit in a circle 6 sc – 2 rows

5 row: (dec, 1 sc) x 2 times (4)

6 row: 4 sc

Change thread to light red

7-15 rows: 4 sc – 9 rows

16 row: inc, 3 sc (5)

17-19 rows: 5 sc – 3 rows

20 row: inc, 4 sc (6)

21-26 rows: 6 sc – 6 rows

27 row: (inc, 2 sc) x 2 times (8)

28-34 rows: 8 sc – 7 rows

35 row: (inc, 3 sc) x 2 times (10)

36-42 rows: 10 sc – 7 rows

43 row: (inc, 4 sc) x 2 times (12)

44-50 rows: 12 sc – 7 rows

51 row: (inc, 5 sc) x 2 times (14)

52-58 rows: 14 sc – 7 rows

59 row: (inc, 6 sc) x 2 times (16)

60-66 rows: 16 sc – 7 rows

67 row: (inc, 7 sc) x 2 times (18)

68-74 rows: 18 sc – 7 rows

75 row: (inc, 5 sc) x 3 times (21)

76-82 rows: 21 sc – 7 rows

83 row: (inc, 6 sc) x 3 times (24)

84-90 rows: 24 sc – 7 rows

91 row: (inc, 7 sc) x 3 times (27)

92-94 rows: 27 sc – 3 rows

95 row: (inc, 8 sc) x 3 times (30)

96-98 rows: 30 sc – 3 rows

99 row: 5 sc over the body and the inside of the right leg together, 10 sc over the body, 5 sc over the body and inside

parts of the left leg together, 10 sc over the body (30)

100 row: 5 sc on the outside of the right leg, 10 sc on the body, 5

sc on the outside of the left leg, 10 sc on the body (30)

Connect the wire of the legs and body, fasten with a band-aid

101-145 rows: 30 sc – 45 rows

146 row: (dec, 8 sc) x 3 times (27)

147-149 rows: 27 sc – 3 rows

150 row: (dec, 7 sc) x 3 times (24)

151-153 rows: 24 sc – 3 rows

154 row: (dec, 6 sc) x 3 times (21)

155-157 rows: 21 sc – 3 rows

158 row: (dec, 5 sc) x 3 times (18)

159-169 rows: 18 sc – 11 rows

170 row: (dec, 4 sc) x 3 times (15)

171-180 rows: 15 sc – 10 rows

Cut and fasten the thread.

Hands (2 parts)

Knit the index fingers last and do not break the thread to continue knitting

Little finger (2 parts):

Start in dark red

1 row: 3 sc into magic ring (3)

2 row: inc, triple inc, inc (7)

3 row: 3 sc, triple inc, 3 sc (9)

Change color to light red

4 row: 2 sc, dec. 1 sc, dec, 2 sc (7)

5 row: 3 sc, dec, 2 sc (6)

6 row: (dec, 1 sc) x 2 times (4)

7 row: 4 sc

Cut and fasten the thread.

Thumb (2 parts):

Start in dark red

1 row: 3 sc into magic ring (3)

2 row: inc, triple inc, inc (7)

3 row: 3 sc, triple inc, 3 sc (9)

Change color to light red

4 row: 2 sc, dec. 1 sc, dec, 2 sc (7)

5 row: 3 sc, dec, 2 sc (6)

6-7 row: 6 sc – 2 rows

Cut and fasten the thread.

Index and middle fingers (2 parts each):

Start in dark red

1 row: 3 sc into magic ring (3)

2 row: inc, triple inc, inc (7)

3 row: 3 sc, triple inc, 3 sc (9)

Change color to light red

4 row: 2 sc, dec. 1 sc, dec, 2 sc (7)

5 row: 3 sc, dec, 2 sc (6)

6 row: 6 sc

7 row: (dec, 1 sc) x 2 times (4)

8 row: 4 sc

Cut and fasten the thread. Tie a second such detail. Then

tie two more of the same fingers – forefinger – they don’t have a thread

to break off.

Continue from the index finger.

Right hand:

1 row: 2 sc on the middle finger, starting with 4 loops of the row; 4 sc on the little finger; 2 sc on the middle finger; 4

sc index finger (12)

Put a marker.

2 row: 12 sc

3 row: 11 sc, dec – move marker (11)

4 row: 4 sc, dec, 5 sc (10)

Snap the thumb:

5 row: 7 sc, 3 sc capturing at the same time the loops of the finger and hand (starting with 3 loops of the row of large

fingers) (10)

6 row: 7 sc, 3 sc on the finger (10)

Starting from row 7, both hands are knitted equally

Left hand:

1 row: 3 sc on the index finger; 2 sc on the middle finger starting from the 2nd loop of the row; 4 sc by

little finger; 2 sc on the middle finger; 1 sc on the index finger (12)

Put a marker.

2 row: 12 sc

3 row: 11 sc, dec – move marker (11)

4 row: 4 sc, dec, 5 sc (10)

Snap the thumb:

5 row: 3 sc capturing simultaneously the loops of the finger and hand (starting with 3 loops of the row of the thumb), 7

sc (10)

6 row: 3 sc on the finger, 7 sc (10)

Starting from row 7, both hands are knitted equally

Insert the wire into the fingers, make the arm frame

7 row: (dec, 3 sc) x 2 times (8)

8-17 rows: 8 sc – 10 rows

18 row: (3 sc, inc) x 2 times (10)

Stuff detail.

19 row: 10 sc

The next row forms the elbow, make sure that it does not move

20 row: for the right hand – 3 sc, 4 ch, in a chain starting from the 2nd loop from the hook 1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc; sl-st, at 3-

th loop of the row, 3 ch, along the chain starting from the 2nd loop from the hook 1 sc, 1 hdc; 7 sc in the main row (10)

for the left hand – 7 sc, 4 ch, along the chain starting from the 2nd loop from the hook 1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc; sl-st, in the 7th loop

rows, 3 ch, in a chain starting from the 2nd loop from the hook 1 sc, 1 hdc; 3 sc in the main row (10)

Next, continue knitting in the main row, bending the scales – they should remain sticking out

21 row: for the right hand – 3 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 1 sc (12) increases on the sides of the scales

for the left hand – (4 sc, inc) x 2 times (12) increases on the sides of the scales

22-26 rows: 12 sc – 5 rows

27 row: (3 sc, inc) x 3 times (15)

28-30 rows: 15 sc – 3 rows

31 row: (4 sc, inc) x 3 times (18)

32-36 rows: 18 sc – 5 rows

37 row: (1 sc, dec) x 6 times (12)

Stuff detail.

38 row: 6 dec (6)

Pull the hole, cut and fasten the thread.

Lower jaw

Light red thread.

1 row: 16 ch, from the 2nd loop from the hook 14 sc, triple inc, on the other side 14 sc, 1 ch, turn (31)

2 row: 14 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 14 sc, 1 ch, turn (33)

3 row: 15 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 15 sc, 1 ch, turn (35)

4 row: 16 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 16 sc, 1 ch, turn (37)

5 row: 17 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 17 sc, 1 ch, turn (39)

6 row: 4 sc, for the back half loop 14 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 14 sc, for both half loops 4 sc, 1 ch, turn (41)

7 row: behind the front half loop 15 sc, inc, 3 sc, 3inc, 3 sc, inc, 15 sc, 1 ch, turn (46)

8-9 row: 46 sc, 1 ch, turn – 2 rows

10 row: 15 sl-st, together with half loops left in the 7th row;

Continue further only through the semi-loops of the 7th row: inc, 3 sc, 3inc, 3 sc, inc, 1 ch, turn; 16 sc, 1 ch,

turn;

16 sl-st, together with the second half of the lip;

15 sl-st, together with half loops left in the 7th row; 5 dec on the back of the jaw (where we did

turns), 2sl-st, to the edge of the part, 1 ch, turn; 9 sc from edge to edge of the back of the part.

Cut and fasten the thread.

Teeth (bottom row)

Start knitting from the place where the half-loops in the 6th row of the jaw are left, i.e., the last 4 sc we don’t

touch

White thread.

1 row: Grab the half-loop left in the 6th row and the last row of the jaw: 11 sc; only for

semi-loops 9 sc left in the 6th row; for the jaws left in the 6th row and the last row

jaw: 11 sc, 1 ch, rotation.

2 row: sl-st, (1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc, sl-st) x 5 times

Cut and fasten the thread.

Tongue:

Pink thread.

1 row: 6 sc into magic ring (6)

2 row: 6inc (12)

3-7 rows: 12 sc – 5 rows

8 row: 1 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 4 sc (14)

9-13 rows: 14 sc – 5 rows

14 row: 3 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 3 sc (16)

15-17 rows: 16 sc – 3 rows

18 row: 5 sc; Fill the part slightly and knit 8 sc on both sides.

Sew the part to the lower jaw.

Upper jaw

Stuff in the process of knitting

Light red thread

1 row: 6 sc into magic ring (6)

2 row: 6inc (12)

3 row: (1 sc, inc) x 6 times (18)

4 row: (2 sc, inc) x 6 times (24)

5 row: (3 sc, inc) x 6 times (30)

6-10 rows: 30 sc – 5 rows

11 row: 2 dec, 9 sc, 3 dec, 9 sc, dec (24)

12-14 rows: 24 sc – 3 rows

15 row: 2 dec, 6 sc, 3 dec, 6 sc, dec (18)

16-18 rows: 18 sc – 3 rows

19 row: behind the front wall 18 sc

20-22 rows: for both walls 18 sc – 3 rows

23 row: 3 sc, 6 sc together with half loops 19 rows, 9 sc (18) is

fold on the nose, it should be in the center of the upper part

24-26 rows: 18 sc – 3 rows

27 row: 3inc, 7 sc, 3inc, 5 sc (24)

Teeth (upper row)

You can knit like mine, but you can directly loop on the details of the upper jaw right now so as not to

sew then.

White thread.

41 ch, in a chain starting from the 2nd loop from the hook 4 sc, (1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 hdc, sl-st) x 8 times, 4 sc

Sew teeth to the upper jaw.

Continue to knit the upper jaw

28 row: 17 sc; together with the lower jaw 9 sc; 2 sc along the upper jaw, passing to the loops of the next

row.

Move marker

We knit the scales on the cheeks, make sure that they are symmetrical, along the edges of the jaw

29 row: 12 sc, 4 ch, 1 sc in the second loop from the hook, 2 dc, sl-st, in the same 12th loop, 1 sc in the next 13

loop, 5 ch, 1 sc to the 2nd loop from the hook, 3 dc, sl-st, to the same 13th loop, 1 sc to the next 14 loop, 4

ch, 1 sc to the 2nd loop from the hook, 2 dc, sl-st, to the same 14th loop, 1 sc to the next 15 loop, 7 sc, 4 ch, 1

sc to the second loop from the hook, 2 dc, sl-st, to the same loop, 1 sc to the next loop, 5 ch, 1 sc to the 2nd loop

from the hook, 3 dc, sl-st, into the same loop, 1 sc into the next loop, 4 ch, 1 sc into the 2nd loop from the hook, 2 dc, sl-st, into

same loop (24)

Next, knit along the main row, bending the flakes

30-34 rows: 24 sc – 5 rows

35 row: (dec, 2 sc) x 6 times (18)

36 row: (dec, 1 sc) x 6 times (12)

Do not tighten the hole yet. Set aside the item.

Crest

Dark red thread

1 row: 4 ch, from the second loop from the hook 3 sc, 1 ch, turn (3)

2 row: triple inc, dec, 1 ch, turn (4)

3 row: dec, 1 sc, triple inc, 1 ch, turn (5)

4 row: triple inc, 2 sc, dec (6)

Continue to knit at the end of the part 2 sc, sl-st, into the base

15 ch (this is the gap between the “tongues” of the ridge)

1 row: 4 ch, from the second loop from the hook 3 sc, 1 ch, turn (3)

2 row: triple inc, dec, 1 ch, turn (4)

3 row: dec, 1 sc, triple inc, 1 ch, turn (5)

4 row: triple inc, 2 sc, dec (6)

Continue to knit at the end of the part 2 sc, sl-st, into the base

15 ch

1 row: 4 ch, from the second loop from the hook 3 sc, 1 ch, turn (3)

2 row: triple inc, dec, 1 ch, turn (4)

3 row: dec, 1 sc, triple inc, 1 ch, turn (5)

4 row: triple inc, 2 sc, dec (6)

Continue to knit 2 sc, 2 sc into the base at the end, knit 39 sc all over the bottom edge

details, sl-st,

Center the comb on the back of the dragon and sew.

Stomach

Yellow thread.

Knitting starts on top of the abdomen

1 row: 3 ch, from the 2nd loop from the hook 2 sc, 1 ch, turn

2-9 rows: 2 sc, 1 ch, turn – 8 rows

10 row: 2inc, 1 ch, turn

11-16 rows: 4 sc, 1 ch, turn – 6 rows

17 row: inc, 2 sc, inc, 1 ch, turn

18-23 rows: 6 sc, 1 ch, turn – 6 rows

24 row: inc, 4 sc, inc, 1 ch, turn

25-84 rows: 8 sc, 1 ch, rotation – 60 rows

85 row: dec, 4 sc, dec. 1 ch, turn

86-93 rows: 6 sc, 1 ch, rotation – 8 rows

94 row: dec, 2 sc, dec, 1 ch, turn

95-102 rows: 4 sc, 1 ch, turn – 8 rows

103 row: 2 dec, 1 ch. turn

104-111 rows: 2 sc, 1 ch, rotation – 8 rows

112 row: dec, 1 ch, turn

113-116 rows: 1 sc, 1 ch, rotation – 4 rows

Tie sc around the part.

Try on and sew the stomach to the body.

Mark and embroider horizontal jumpers on the abdomen with a thread of a darker color (approximately

every 8 rows).

Eyes

Squirrels (2 parts)

White thread.

1 row: 6 ch, from the 2nd loop from the hook 4 sc, 3 sc to the last loop, on the other side 3 sc, inc (12)

2 row: inc, 3 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 1 sc (16)

3 row: inc, 5 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 1 sc (20)

4 row: 1 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 2 sc (24)

5-7 rows: 24 sc – 3 rows

8 row: (dec, 2 sc) x 6 times (18)

9 row: (dec, 1 sc) x 6 times (12)

Stuff detail. Sew the hole parallel to the seam.

Eyelids (2 parts)

Light red thread.

1 row: 6 ch, from the 2nd loop from the hook 4 sc, 3 sc to the last loop, on the other side 3 sc, inc (12)

2 row: inc, 3 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 1 sc (16)

3 row: inc, 5 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 1 sc (20)

4 row: 1 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 2 sc (24)

5 row: 1 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 1 sc, inc (30)

6 row: 20 sc for the front half loop, 10 sc (30)

7 row: 30 sc (30)

8 row: 20 sc together with the half loop left in the 6 row, 10 sc, sl-st, (30)

Fasten and cut the thread

The seized part is the outer part of the eyelid. The one that remained not sewn is internal.

Sew protein into the eyelid.

Sew eyelids not tucked together.

Sew eyes to the head along the typesetting seam of the eyelid and lower part.

Make pupils.

Squirrels bring together and sew together.

Horns (2 parts)

Start with a blue thread

1 row: 4 sc into magic ring (4)

2 row: 4 sc

3 row: (inc, 1 sc) x 2 times (6)

4 row: (inc, 2 sc) x 2 times (8)

5 row: (inc, 3 sc) x 2 times (10)

6 row: 10 sc

Do not cut the thread; go to the blue thread

7 row: for the back half loop 10 sc

8 row: for both half loops inc, 9 sc (11)

9 row: inc, 10 sc (12)

10-11 rows: 12 sc – 2 rows.

Fasten and cut the thread, leaving the end for sewing.

Return to the blue thread and knit for free half loops 10 sc.

Fasten and cut the thread.

Stuff and sew parts to the back of the eyes.

Nose

Dark red thread.

1 row: 6 sc into magic ring (6)

2 row: (inc, 2 sc) x 2 times (8)

3 row: (inc, 3 sc) x 2 times (10)

4 row: (2inc, 3 sc) x 2 times (14)

5 row: 1 sc, 2inc, 5 sc, 2inc, 4 sc (18)

6 row: 2 sc, 2pr. 1 sc, for the back half-loop 5 sc, for both half-loops 1 sc, 2inc, 5 sc (22)

7 row: 3 sc, 2inc, 9 sc, 2inc, 6 sc (26)

8 row: 26 sc

9 row: 4 sc, dec, 11 sc, dec, 7 sc (24).

Trim the thread, leaving the end to sew the part.

Return to the semi-loops left in the 6th row, attach the thread, knit 5 sc, 1 ch,

turn; dec, 1 sc, dec, 1 ch, rotate; (3 sc, 1 ch, turn) x 3 times.

Fill the part and sew up the hole, grabbing the nostrils.

When stitching, tighten the corners a little, giving the nose a roundness

Sew on your nose.

Mustache (2 parts)

Yellow thread.

25 ch, from the 2nd loop from the hook 24 sl-st,

Sew along the edges of the upper jaw, to the right and left of the nose.

Ears (2 parts)

Start with a light red thread

1 row: 11 ch, from the 2nd loop from the hook 7 sc, 1 ch. turn (7) There are three untied ch on the chain

2 row: 6 sc, 2inc, on the other side 7 sc, (in this case, the last 7th loop is knitted on the remaining

tail from ch), 1 ch, turn (17) There are two unbound ch on the chain

3 row: 7 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 8 sc, (in this case, the last 8th loop is knitted along the remaining tail from

ch) 1 ch, turn (21) On the chain there is one not knitted ch

4 row: 9 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 10 sc, 1 ch, turn (25) Captured all free ch chains

5 row: 26 sc.

Fasten and cut the thread.

Go to the black thread.

6 row: in the last row, in the 6th loop from the edge, fasten the thread and, starting from the 7th loop, knit sl-st, 4 sc, inc, 2 sc,

inc, 4 sc, 2sl-st, 1 ch, turn (17)

7 row: in the 2nd loop from the beginning of the row sl-st, 13 sc, sl-st, 1 ch, turn (15)

8 row: in the 2nd loop from the beginning of the row sl-st, 10 sc, sl-st, 1 ch, turn (12)

9 row: in the 2nd loop from the beginning of the row sl-st, 8 sc, sl-st, 1 ch, turn (10)

10 row: in the 2nd loop from the beginning of the row sl-st, 11 sc to the end, sl-st, (13)

Move the thread to the beginning on the other side and tie 5 sc, sl-st, (6)

Fasten, trim and hide all threads.

Sew ears to the head under the horns.

When the head is completely ready, insert the wire from the torso into the head

6 dec (6), tighten the hole

Sew the head to the neck.

Sew hands to the body using thread fastening.

¡Your amazing, charming, amazing, unique Mushu is READY!

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