Dewy the duck is now ready to hang off your crochet hook!
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What will you need to make this duck?
I used two different weight yarns to make this duck but you can use one or the other. I used ELLE Yarns (Chunky Charity and Charity DK) to create this pattern.
Any acrylic, cotton or velvet yarn will work just fine with this patterns as amigurumi is very versatile and don’t need to be a specific weight.
Chunky: worsted weight yarn/ bulky/ Weight 5 yarn – 160m/175yrds
Double knit: Light worsted weight yarn/light/ Weight 3 yarn. – 20m/ 22 yards
You will need a 4mm hook for the body and 3.5mm hook to make the beak and feet.
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Dewy is a minimal sewing pattern. You will make the wings and feet first and from there you will make the head and work straight down to the body, adding the wings as you go and attaching the legs with a slip stitch.
The body of the duck is made with a special front an back loop HDC stitch, I have a video tutorial on YouTube. This stitch is used so that you can stuff the body or leave it without stuffing. It give a great texture to the toys.
I stuffed my ducks body because my customers prefer them this way but it is totally optional!
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The duck pattern:
MC: Magic Ring
SC: Single Crochet
DC: Double crochet
HDC: Half Double crochet
SLP: Slip stitch
BLO: Back Loop only
FLO: Front Loop only
HDC: Yarn Over, insert your hook, Pull up a loop, Yarn Over, and pull through all three loops. DC: Yarn Over, insert your hook, pull up a loop, Yarn Over, and pull through two loops, Yarn Over, Pull through two loops.
HALF-DOUBLE CROCHET BLO-FLO – The body section: Round 26 & 28 is the only regular HDC around, from round 29 you will alternate between the front loop and back loop of each stitch. INCREASE- Will be the same as a regular increase, two half double crochet in the same stitch. DECREASE, work your hook in the front/back loop of the first stitch and the back/Front loop of the second stitch before decreasing. Continue rounds as normal by alternating between FLO/BLO
This pattern is worked in basic Amigurumi shapes. You will be working in continuous rounds using a marker to count your rows.
The skills needed for the pattern: Counting, knowing basic stitches, how to increase and descrease.
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- Repeat the stitch sequence between (…..) by the amount stated next to it.
- The pattern is written in US terms
- The amount of each stitch at end of each round is shown in the […]
- Working in continuous rounds with your stitch marker
- Photos are placed in groups after each section.
1: MC, 6 SC 
2: INC x6 
3: SC in each stitch around 
4: (SC, INC) x6 
5: (2SC, INC) x6 
6: (3SC, INC) x6 
7-13: SC in each stitch 
14: (3 SC, DEC) x 6 
15-18: SC in each stitch around 
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19: (2 SC, DEC) x 6 
20: (SC, DEC) x6 
21-24: SC in each stitch around 
Close up the top of the wing and weave in the yarn strand
1: CH5, (2 SC in 2nd chain from hook), SC in next 2 stitches, 4 SC in the last stitch. Now working on the opposite side of the chain5, SC in the next 2 stitches, 2SC in the last stitch. 
Work in continuous rounds:
2: (1SC, INC ) x6 
3: (2SC, INC ) x6 
4: (3SC,INC) x6 
5-7 SC in each stitch around 
8: (3SC,DEC) x6 
9: SC in each stitch around 
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10: (2 SC, DEC) x6 
11: (SC, DEC) x6 
12-14: SC in each stitch around 
– stuff the feet
close the feet and weave in the yarn strand.
1: CH9, (2 SC in 2nd chain from hook), SC in next 6 stitches, 4 SC in the last stitch. Now working on the opposite side of the chain5, SC in the next 6 stitches, 2SC in the last stitch. 
Work in continuous rounds:
2-5: SC in each stitch around 
-No stuffing required
End off with a slip stitch, pinch the opening of the beak, slip stitch or SC 10 across to close the beak. Leave a strand of yarn to sew the beak onto the face.
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1: MC, 6 SC 
2: INC x 6 
3: (SC, INC) x 6 
4: SC in each stitch around 
5: (2 SC, INC) x 6 
6: (3 SC, INC) x 6 
7-8: SC in each stitch around 
9: (4 SC, INC) x 6 
10: (5 SC, INC) x 6 
11: (6 SC, INC) x 6 
12-14: SC in each stitch around 
15: (7 SC, INC) x 6 
16-17: SC in each stitch 
Insert eye between rounds 16/17, 10 stitches apart. NOTE: Make sure your hook is either on the left or right side of the eyes, to match up with the wings.
18: (7 SC, DEC) x 6 
19: (6 SC, DEC) x 6 
20: (5 SC, DEC) x 6 
21: (4 SC, DEC) x 6 
22: (3 SC, DEC) x 6 
23: (2 SC, DEC) x 6  stuff the head
24: (1 SC, DEC) x 6 
25: (DEC) x 6  – stuff the head firmly by the point
The body requires little stuffing, working in HDC stitches. (Chain 2 at each round, doesn’t count, slip stitch at the top of each chain)
26: CH2 (HDC/INC) x6 
27: CH2 (1 HDC, INC) x6 
28: CH2, Insert wing (6), HDC in next 3 stitches, Insert wing 2 (6), HDC in last 3 stitches 
HALF-DOUBLE CROCHET BLO-FLO – Read the note at the top
29: CH2, ( 2 HDC, INC) x6 
30: CH2, (3 HDC, INC) x6 
31: CH2, (4 HDC, INC) x6 
32: CH2, (5 HDC, INC) x6 
33-37: CH2, HDC in each stitch around 
38: CH2, (5 HDC, DEC) x6 
39-41: CH2, HDC in each stitch around 
42: CH2, (4 HDC, DEC) x6  – lightly stuff the body
Note: Make sure the wings are on the sides when you fold the bottom of the body in half. If not slip stitch to the corner till you reach it. SC across closing the bottom of the body. CH1, and turn your work to attach the legs.
ATTACHING THE LEGS:
Attach the legs to the SC crochet row at the bottom of the body. Place the leg next to the stitches of the body. Insert your hook through both (leg and body) stitches, pull up a slip stitch, repeat x5, slip stitch across between the legs , and place the second
leg next to the body, and slip stitch 6 times through the body and leg till you have reached the other corner, end with a slip stitch, and weave in the ends. 
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Assemble the beak: Attach the beak between rounds 16 and 18 in a curved shape, the middle of the beak should be on round 16, while the outer corners of the beak is attached to round 18. The eyes: Using some black yarn, make 6 tiny vertical stitches, two rounds wide tightly together on either side of the beak.
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