Chocolate Kisses Amigurumi

Dec 31, 2007
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Author

Michelle McLaughlin

Introduction

Great beginner amigurumi project.

Materials List

Medium worsted-weight yarn
Crochet hook size D3 (U.S.)
White ribbon or felt
Safety eyes or eyes of your choice (I used black yarn to embroider them on mine)
Stuffing

Yarn needle

Finished Size

Finished kisses are 2" tall.

Gauge

Just make sure your stitches are firm and uniform.

The Pattern

Kiss Body:

Row 1: Leaving a long tail, Ch. 4. Join with sl st into first st. Work 8 sc into center ring and around tail, do not join. Pull tail to close the hole in the ring. Tie tail to working yarn (keeps the hole in the middle closed forever). Mark beginning of the row. From this point on, you will be working in the round.

Row 2: *1 sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc*, repeat from * to * around, 12 st.

Rows 3-4: 1 sc in each sc around, 12 st.

Row 5: *1 sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc*, repeat from * to * around, 16 st.

Rows 6-7: 1 sc in each sc around, 16 st.

Row 8: *1 sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc*, repeat from * to * around, 21 st.

Rows 9-10: 1 sc in each sc around, 21 st.

Row 11: *1 sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc*, repeat from * to * around, 28 st.

Fasten off, end.

Kiss Bottom:

Row 1: Leaving a long tail, Ch. 4. Join with sl st into first st. Work 8 sc into center ring and around tail, do not join. Pull tail to close the hole in the ring. Tie tail to working yarn. Mark beginning of the row. From this point on, you will be working in the round.

Row 2: 2 sc in each sc around, 16 st.

Row 3: *1 sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc*, repeat from * to * around, 24 st.

Row 4: *1 sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc*, repeat from * to * around, 32 st.

Fasten off and end, leaving a 12” tail for sewing to body.

Embroider face or add safety eyes.

Sew bottom to body, leaving a 2” gap. Stuff, sew gap closed.

Cut approx. 4” of white ribbon. Using the blunt end of your yarn needle or crochet hook, tuck one end of ribbon into the top of your kiss.

Enjoy your kiss!

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