This is NOT my pattern. I got this pattern from Pantip uploaded by น้องหมูหน่อย

 

Thank you very much to น้องหมูหน่อย for sharing a very cute penguin amigurumi pattern to the members.

 

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หัว แก้ไขแถว 9 – 12 คะ
1  6x
2  6v
3  xv
4  2xv
5  3xv
6  10x  (3x)  4x  (3x)  10x
7  9x   (5x)   2x  (5x)  9x
8  8x   (6x)  2x   (6x)   8x
9  A3x  A  (3xA6xA3x)  A 3xA
10  5x  (14x)  5x
11    2xAx  (xA  2x2A2xAx)  xA2x
12   xAx   (Ax2AxA)  xAx

ปีก  
1    6x
2     xv
3-4  x
5      xA
6      x

ขา
1  6x
2  6x

ปาก
โซ่  3
1   2xv2xv
2    8x
 

ตัว
1    6x
2    6v
3    xv
4     x
5     xA
6     x

  1. January 3, 2010
    Juultje

    Hi,
    I really love your little pinguin. It is amazing. I would like to crochet it myself, I just can’t figure out the pattern. Could you please give me a little help by explaining the x and v and the headers in foreign letters?
    Thnaks in advance,
    Juultje

    • October 10, 2010

      I’ve deciphered it and it seems correct, I used google to translate the thai ^_^

      head
      1 6sc in ring (6)
      2 6 increases (12)
      3 *sc, increase* (18)
      4 *2sc, increase* (24)
      5 *3sc, increase* (30)
      6 10sc (3sc) 4sc (3sc) 10sc (30)
      (brackets = colour change to white)
      7 9sc (5sc) 2sc (5sc) 9sc (30)
      8 8sc (6sc) 2x (6sc) 8sc
      9 decrease, 3sc dec (3sc dec 6sc dec 3sc) dec 3sc dec (24)
      10 5sc (14sc) 5sc (24)
      11 2sc dec sc (sc dec 2sc 2dec 2sc dec sc) sc dec 2sc (18)
      12 sc dec sc (dec sc 2dec sc dec) sc dec sc
      wing
      1 6sc in ring
      2 *sc, increase* (9)
      3-4 sc all (9)
      5 sc, dec (6)
      6 sc all (6)
      foot
      1 6sc
      2 6sc
      mouth
      chain 3
      from what comes next, I think its like ch2, and then ch 1 on the side like you usually would, then do 2 sc, increase, in the 2 holes, then do on the other side like its a circle
      (if you dont get that, just do 4 sc in a circle)
      1 2sc increase 2sc increase (8)
      2 8sc (8)
      body
      1 6sc (6)
      2 6 increases (12)
      3 sc, increase (18)
      4 sc all (18)
      5 sc, dec (12)
      6 sc all (12)

  2. August 14, 2010
    captain-peng

    umm i was wondering what the signs (the x,v, etc) meant…
    i was thinking x: single stitch v:increase or two single st in one st and A:decrease
    is this right?

    • October 10, 2010

      you guessing that A = decrease helped me decipher the pattern ^_^ thanks

      I used google translate to translate the thai, and deciphered the letters, and after looking over the usual crochet pattern that usually goes 6,12,18,24,etc… it looks right. I subtracted the decreases and it adds up to the right amount of numbers so I think I deciphered it correctly
      head
      1 6sc in ring (6)
      2 6 increases (12)
      3 *sc, increase* (18)
      4 *2sc, increase* (24)
      5 *3sc, increase* (30)
      6 10sc (3sc) 4sc (3sc) 10sc (30)
      (brackets = colour change to white)
      7 9sc (5sc) 2sc (5sc) 9sc (30)
      8 8sc (6sc) 2x (6sc) 8sc
      9 decrease, 3sc dec (3sc dec 6sc dec 3sc) dec 3sc dec (24)
      10 5sc (14sc) 5sc (24)
      11 2sc dec sc (sc dec 2sc 2dec 2sc dec sc) sc dec 2sc (18)
      12 sc dec sc (dec sc 2dec sc dec) sc dec sc
      wing
      1 6sc in ring
      2 *sc, increase* (9)
      3-4 sc all (9)
      5 sc, dec (6)
      6 sc all (6)
      foot
      1 6sc
      2 6sc
      mouth
      chain 3
      from what comes next, I think its like ch2, and then ch 1 on the side like you usually would, then do 2 sc, increase, in the 2 holes, then do on the other side like its a circle
      (if you dont get that, just do 4 sc in a circle)
      1 2sc increase 2sc increase (8)
      2 8sc (8)
      body
      1 6sc (6)
      2 6 increases (12)
      3 sc, increase (18)
      4 sc all (18)
      5 sc, dec (12)
      6 sc all (12)

  3. August 14, 2010
    captain-peng

    umm also i want to know the meaning of the paranthesis too…
    does it mean anything or is it just like… there without any big meaning?

    • October 10, 2010

      after eyeing out the picture and matching it with the pattern, I think it means colour change to white. I counted the nuber of stitches in the pic and it matches ^_^

  4. August 25, 2010
    kitkat

    please can you tell me what the pattern is because i don’t understand it.

    • August 25, 2010

      Start with a round single crochet (x), (v) represents increase double crochet, and (a) represents decrease double crochet.

    • October 10, 2010

      I used google translate to translate the thai, and deciphered the letters, and after looking over the usual crochet pattern that usually goes 6,12,18,24,etc… it looks right. I subtracted the decreases and it adds up to the right amount of numbers so I think I deciphered it correctly
      head
      1 6sc in ring (6)
      2 6 increases (12)
      3 *sc, increase* (18)
      4 *2sc, increase* (24)
      5 *3sc, increase* (30)
      6 10sc (3sc) 4sc (3sc) 10sc (30)
      (brackets = colour change to white)
      7 9sc (5sc) 2sc (5sc) 9sc (30)
      8 8sc (6sc) 2x (6sc) 8sc
      9 decrease, 3sc dec (3sc dec 6sc dec 3sc) dec 3sc dec (24)
      10 5sc (14sc) 5sc (24)
      11 2sc dec sc (sc dec 2sc 2dec 2sc dec sc) sc dec 2sc (18)
      12 sc dec sc (dec sc 2dec sc dec) sc dec sc
      wing
      1 6sc in ring
      2 *sc, increase* (9)
      3-4 sc all (9)
      5 sc, dec (6)
      6 sc all (6)
      foot
      1 6sc
      2 6sc
      mouth
      chain 3
      from what comes next, I think its like ch2, and then ch 1 on the side like you usually would, then do 2 sc, increase, in the 2 holes, then do on the other side like its a circle
      (if you dont get that, just do 4 sc in a circle)
      1 2sc increase 2sc increase (8)
      2 8sc (8)
      body
      1 6sc (6)
      2 6 increases (12)
      3 sc, increase (18)
      4 sc all (18)
      5 sc, dec (12)
      6 sc all (12)

  5. August 28, 2010
    tina

    uhhh ….im so sorry if i am bothering u can u make one in english plz? because i have no idea when to change the color to white. thx(:

    • October 10, 2010

      I used google translate to translate the thai, and deciphered the letters, and after looking over the usual crochet pattern that usually goes 6,12,28,24,etc… it looks right. I subtracted the decreases and it adds up to the right amount of numbers so I think I deciphered it correctly

      head
      1 6sc in ring (6)
      2 6 increases (12)
      3 *sc, increase* (18)
      4 *2sc, increase* (24)
      5 *3sc, increase* (30)
      6 10sc (3sc) 4sc (3sc) 10sc (30)
      (brackets = colour change to white)
      7 9sc (5sc) 2sc (5sc) 9sc (30)
      8 8sc (6sc) 2x (6sc) 8sc
      9 decrease, 3sc dec (3sc dec 6sc dec 3sc) dec 3sc dec (24)
      10 5sc (14sc) 5sc (24)
      11 2sc dec sc (sc dec 2sc 2dec 2sc dec sc) sc dec 2sc (18)
      12 sc dec sc (dec sc 2dec sc dec) sc dec sc

      wing
      1 6sc in ring
      2 *sc, increase* (9)
      3-4 sc all (9)
      5 sc, dec (6)
      6 sc all (6)

      foot
      1 6sc
      2 6sc

      mouth
      chain 3

      from what comes next, I think its like ch2, and then ch 1 on the side like you usually would, then do 2 sc, increase, in the 2 holes, then do on the other side like its a circle

      (if you dont get that, just do 4 sc in a circle)

      1 2sc increase 2sc increase (8)
      2 8sc (8)

      body
      1 6sc (6)
      2 6 increases (12)
      3 sc, increase (18)
      4 sc all (18)
      5 sc, dec (12)
      6 sc all (12)

  6. August 28, 2010
    tina

    oh um i just noticed it said it isnt ur pattern……can u perhaps make a tutorial video? thx(:

  7. October 5, 2010
    tina

    ……how do we know when too change color???????? PLZ REPLY I AM DESPERATE NOW Dx

    • October 15, 2010
      xuan

      assume we all know the basic…

      i think this is how it is…
      hope it help

      Head
      (#) – total number of stitches in each row
      start with any colour you like, let’s say blue
      Row1: magic ring of 6sc (6)
      Row2: increases 2 sc in each stitch (12)
      Row3: *sc, increase* (18)
      Row 4: *2sc, increase* (24)
      Row 5: *3sc, increase* (30)
      Row 6: 10sc (3sc) 4sc (3sc) 10sc (30)
      (brackets = colour change to white)
      meaning stitch 10sc in blue, then change to white and stitch 3, change back to blue and stitch 4, change back to white and stitch 3, and then change back to blue to stitch 10 (30)
      Row 7: 9sc (5sc) 2sc (5sc) 9sc (30)
      so now continues to stitch 9 in blue, then change to white and stitch 5, change back to blue to stitch 2, change back to white and stitch 5, and then change back to blue to stitch 9 (30)
      Row 8: 8sc (6sc) 2x (6sc) 8sc (30)
      stitch 8 in blue, then change to white and stitch 6, change back to blue to stitch 2, change back to white and stitch 6, and then change back to blue to stitch 8 (30)
      Row 9: decrease, 3sc dec (3sc dec 6sc dec 3sc) dec 3sc dec (24)
      in blue decrease, 3sc, decrease , then change to white and stitch 3, dec, 6sc, dec, 3sc, change back to blue and decrese, sc3,dec (24)
      Row 10: 5sc (14sc) 5sc (24)
      in blue 5sc, change to white and stitch 14sc, change back to blue and stitch 5sc (24)
      Row 11: 2sc dec sc (sc dec 2sc 2dec 2sc dec sc) sc dec 2sc (18)
      in blue ‘2sc dec sc’, change to white ‘sc dec 2sc 2dec 2sc dec s,’ change back to blue ‘sc dec 2sc’ (18)
      Row 12: sc dec sc (dec sc 2dec sc dec) sc dec sc (12)
      in blue ‘sc dec sc’, change to white ‘dec sc 2dec sc dec,’ now change back to blue ‘sc dec sc’ (12)

      the wing is in blue
      the mouth and leg in orange or yellow
      and the body in white

  8. January 18, 2012
    Mary

    I tried to make this and the head and other parts turned out fine, except for the body. It seems a little too small and awkward looking. Any ideas on how to fix this?

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