Thursday, August 13, 2015

Blood Drop Amigurumi Free Pattern!

Well, here's a first for me! Thought I would share a pattern I made for a little blood drop!

I crocheted this little droplet for a phlebotomist friend of mine who needed a little pick me up, and thought I would share the pattern! It's not too difficult, and I managed to get through it in about an hour. He would be perfect for those nursing and medical friends in your life!


Magic Circle tutorial can be found here, if you don't already know how to do one!
sc =  Single Chain
st = Stitch
sc2tog = Single Chain 2 Together (Tutorial HERE!)

Row 1.)  6 sc in magic circle = 6 stitches
Row 2.)  2 sc in each st around = 12 stitches
Row 3.)  1 sc in next st, 2 sc in next around (repeat 6 times) =18 stitches
Row 4.)  1 sc in next 2 st, 2 sc in next around (repeat 6 times) = 24 stitches
Row 5.)  1 sc in next 3 st, 2 sc in next around (repeat 6 times) = 30 stitches
Row 6.)  1 sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next around  (repeat 6 times)= 36 stitches
Row 7.)  1 sc in next 5 st, 2 sc in next around  (repeat 6 times) = 42 stitches
Row 8.)  1 sc in next 6 st, 2 sc in next around (repeat 6 times) = 48 stitches
Rows 9-13)  1 sc in each st around = 48 stitches
   *Insert Safety eyes between rows 12 and 13 if you're using them. You can sew on felt eyes after fastening off at the end.
Row 14.)  1 sc in next 6 st, sc2tog  (repeat 6 times) = 42 stitches
Row 15.)  1 sc in next 5 st, sc2tog (repeat 6 times) = 36 stitches
Row 16.)  1 sc in next 4 st, sc2tog (repeat 6 times) = 30 stitches
Row 17.)  1 sc in next 3 st, sc2tog (repeat 6 times) = 24 stitches
Row 18.)  1 sc in next 2 st, sc2tog (repeat 6 times) = 18 stitches
Rows 19-20)  1 sc in each st around = 18 stitches
Row 21.)  1 sc in next 4 st, sc2tog (repeat 3 times) = 15 stitches
Row 22.)  1 sc in next 3 st, sc2tog (repeat 3 times) = 12 stitches
Row 23.)  1 sc in next 2 st, sc2tog (repeat 3 times) = 9 stitches
Row 24.)  1 sc in next st, sc2tog (repeat 3 times) = 6 stitches
Rows 25-26)  1 sc in each st around = 6 stitches

Fasten off,  and weave tail through last row. Make sure to pull tight!
Pull the loose end of yarn through body using a yarn needle, and cut off the excess!

There you have it! You're own little blood drop! I hope you enjoy!

Love and Lightning Bugs,
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