Minniko Furoshiki Pink Cloth
Furoshiki is a pink cloth with cream dots. It is Shirokuma's blanket to make himself warm comfort. It can also be used as a table cloth, picnic cloth or as a scarf, very multi-functional.
How to crochet Minniko Furoshiki Pink Cloth?
White (for cream dots)
Black (for eyes and mouth)
I used 4/0 here but any hook that fit your yarn would do
for sewing the parts together
Abbreviations (US terms):
- sl st - slip stitch
- ch(s) - chain(s)
- sc - single crochet
- st - stitch
- sc inc - 2 single crochet in 1 stitch
- sc dec - 1 single crochet in 2 stitch
Minniko Furoshiki Pink Cloth Amigurumi Pattern Instructions
Minniko Furoshiki Pink Cloth Body Crochet Pattern:
In Pink yarn, make a Magic Circle with 6sc. Close the circle with sl st. (6st)
In the following rows, start with a sl st and close the round with sl st.
1sc inc in every st. (12st)
1 sc, 1sc inc in next st. Repeat 5 times. (18st)
5 sc, 1sc inc in next st. Repeat 3 times. (21st)
5 sc, 1sc dec in next st. Repeat 3 times. (18st)
1 sc, 1sc dec in next st. Repeat 5 times. (12st)
1sc dec in every st. Stuff and fasten off. (6st)
The body of Minniko Furoshiki Pink Cloth is formed.
Minniko Furoshiki Pink Cloth Knot Crochet Pattern:
In Pink, start with chain stitch:
Line 1: ch3
Line 2: On the 2nd chain from the hook, 1sc inc. 1sc in the next st. Sl st in the next ch, ch2.
Line 3: On the 2nd chain from the hook, 1sc inc.
Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing onto the top of the body.
How to make cream dots on Furoshiki Pink Cloth?
I made French Knots to form the cream dots.
Follow the step-by-step guide here and randomly make French Knots on the body of Furoshiki Pink Cloth with White yarn.
Tips: Do it freely to make it look natural. Leave some space in the front for face details.
If you find it too difficult, you can also use short running stitches as an alternative.
Minniko Furoshiki Pink Cloth Face Details:
In black, embroidery the shape of eye on Row 3 with 2-3 st gap.
In black, embroidery the shape of mouth on 1 row below the eyes.
Yay! It's done~
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