Free amigurumi pattern

Little Fried Egg, free amigurumi pattern.

Fried eggs are one of the most popular and easy dishes to make for breakfast. What about a fried egg amigurumi? Just like the real thing, everyone has its own recipe. So here’s how I made my own little fried egg amigurumi. I hope you like it!

Huevito frito, little fried egg in spanish. 🍳

Fried egg is a real easy amigurumi, in fact it’s very beginner friendly. You just need basic crochet knowledge and how to make a magic ring.

Almost always I use light worsted yarn for all my amigurumi. You can use any yarn that you prefer but keep in mind that the size of the amigurumi may vary, mine is about 12 cm (4.7″) diameter approximately. Remember to use a right hook for your yarn. One or two sizes smaller than the recommended by the yarn will be perfect. This pattern is written in american terms. The number between parentheses at the end of some rounds is the number of stitches you should have.

Materials:

  • Scrap light worsted (#3) yarn in white and yellow.
  • One 3.25 mm (D-3 USA) crochet hook.
  • Polyfill.
  • Safety eyes.
  • Black embroidery floss.
  • Scissors.
  • Darning needle.
  • A cardboard disc of 5 cm (2″) approximately.
  • A stitch marker.

Abbreviations (american terms) :

  • St, sts: stitch, stitches.
  • Ch: chain.
  • Sl st: slipped stitch.
  • Sc: single crochet.
  • Hdc: half double crochet.
  • Dc: double crochet.
  • Inc: increase, two stitches made in the same st.

Instructions:

The yolk (with yellow yarn):

  1. 6 sc in a magic ring (6).
  2. Inc around (12).
  3. (Sc, inc) repeat to the end of the round (18).
  4. (2 sc, inc) repeat to the end of the round (24).
  5. (3 sc, inc) repeat to the end of the round (30).
  6. Place the safety eyes and embroider the mouth.
  7. Sc around.
  8. Repeat round 7 two more times.
  9. Cut the yarn and fasten off.

The white:

  1. 6 sc in a magic ring (6).
  2. Inc around (12).
  3. (Sc, inc) repeat to the end of the round (18).
  4. (2 sc, inc) repeat to the end of the round (24).
  5. (3 sc, inc) repeat to the end of the round (30).
  6. (4 sc, inc) repeat to the end of the round (36).
  7. (5 sc, inc) repeat to the end of the round (42).
  8. (6 sc, inc) repeat to the end of the round (48).
  9. (7 sc, inc) repeat to the end of the round (54).
  10. 2 sc, inc, *8 sc, inc; repeat from * until there are 6 sts left, 6 sc (60).
  11. (Inc, 9 sc) repeat to the end of the round (66).
  12. 2 sc, 2 hdc, 2 dc, 2 hdc, 2 sc, 5 sl st, 2 sc, 3 hdc, 2 dc in the same stitch, 2 treble st in the same st, treble, 2 treble in the same st, 2 dc in the same st, 2 hdc, 3 sc, 10 sl sts, sc, hdc, dc, hdc, sc, 2 sl st, 2 sc, 2 hdc, 2 sc, 2 sl st. Fasten off and weave in all the yarn ends.
  13. Start sewing the yolk with white yarn on top of the egg white, place the cardboard disc (adjust its size if necessary), continue sewing and filling (not excessively) and when you finish cut the yarn and weave in the yarn end.

That’s it! Now you have a new calorie free fried egg to play with it. I hope you enjoy.

See you soon! Love,

Ninoska ❤️

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