Stitches used are:
- Single crochet (sc)
- Magic ring
- Increase (inc)
- Slip stitch
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(The number you will see in parentheses after the instructions is the number of stitches you will have upon completing the round)
Body (macaron shell):
Row 1: 6 sc in a magic ring
Row 2: 6 inc (12)
Row 3: 1 sc - 1 inc (18)
Row 4: 2 sc - 1 inc (24)
Row 5: 3 sc - 1 inc (30)
Row 6: 30 sc
Upon completing round 6, cut the thread without leaving it too short, and pull the loop to draw out the yarn (this step is at the 2:03 minute mark in the video in case you have any doubts).
Pull to adjust and proceed to pass
the yarn through 2 or 3 stitches over the fabric, being careful not to pierce
through to the other side with the needle. Finish with 1 knot. Cut the excess
yarn a bit so that it doesn't bother.
In this amigurumi, I will leave the "wrong side" of the fabric visible. Normally, the side we see in the image right now is left, but the wrong side is one stitch denser, and I prefer the final result that way
If the leftover yarn from the magic
ring ended up at the back of the fabric, bring it through to the front using a
needle or crochet hook.
Change the color to the color of the
Change color by picking up only the back loop of the stitch and complete the entire round with slip stitches.
The initial yarn tail will be loose, so you'll need to hold it for the first stitches, and at the end of the round, you can secure it with a knot.
If you leave enough yarn, you can secure it by passing it through 2 or 3 stitches with the help of a yarn needle, just like we did before.
At the end of the round, it will look like this 👇
Do the same as before, cut the thread leaving some tail. Pull the loop to draw out the yarn, with a yarn needle, pass through the first stitch of the new color, and then pass the needle through the back of the previous stitch.
Pass through the body for 2 or 3 stitches to secure it with 1 knot.
To continue, we have to make another identical half, leaving enough yarn to sew both halves together.
Finish the second half by passing the yarn needle through the next stitch and then passing the needle through the back of the previous stitch. Do not secure with a knot.
🧵 Sew both halves:
To sew both halves, we will pick up the back loop of the stitches and make slip stitches all the way.
If you want the filling to show more, you can pick up the front loop of the stitches from both halves.
Before closing completely, we fill and secure with one knot.
We pass the needle through the body to cut the excess yarn, and if you want to use it as a keychain, after passing through the body, we can form a small loop where you can place the ring.
In case of any doubts, as you already know, you have the link at the top to access the video tutorial.
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