Cinder’s Car Amigurumi Free Pattern

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We continue to share the best quality and beautiful amigurumi free patterns for you. In this content, we shared the amigurumi cinder’s car pattern for free.

Yarn:

1. Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, composition: 100% acrylic

high-volume, 200m / 50gr, color: 02- black, 12- yolk, 33-

golden olive, 79- calendula, 187- cappuccino, 742- billiards,

2. Troitskaya “Baby”, composition: 20% wool and 80% acrylic,

135m / 50gr color 1290 – golden (for knitting a chest)

Hook No. 1.4

Note: For knitting decor, you can use the rest of the yarn,

which you have

We also need:

Filling: synthetic winterizer, holofiber, etc.

Wire diameter 1.5mm

Hot melt gun

PVA glue

A piece of plastic or thick cardboard

A piece of plastic water pipe with a diameter of 9cm

A piece of flexible metal (can be replaced with thick cardboard, but

cardboard will lack in a part of the even bend of the wing)

A piece of wooden cutting or branch with a diameter of 2.5-3 cm (you can

replace with foam)

Skewers of different thicknesses

Pearl color beads 3 pcs. diameter 1 cm

Screwdriver

Drills for 2 and 3 mm

Nippers (these are pliers with a cutting working surface,

used for cutting wires, nails, etc.)

Scissors

Metal scissors

Hacksaw for metal

Needle

Decorative small lock

Balloon

Finished carriage height ≈ 23 cm, width 30 cm

Abbrevations:

sc – single crochet

dc – half-column

hdc – half double crochet

d2c – double crochet

d4c – column with four crochets

hd2c – double crochet half-column

sl-st – connecting post

inc – 2 single crochet in one loop

dec – 2 single crochets, knitted together

ch – air loop

ch – lifting loop (also lifting loop can be denoted as ch –

air loop, both at the beginning of the row and at the end)

= (equal sign) – indicates the total number of loops in a row

Pumpkin

Yarn: Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – yolk and calendula

Two pieces of calendula color and two pieces of yolk color.

Please watch the video for pattern explanations.

Trailer Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLcjKT-kdz0

Dense wall.

We knit in rotary rows.

1st row: 4 ch

2nd row: starting from the 2nd loop from the hook, knit inc, sc, inc = 5 sc

3rd row: ch, 5sc

4th row: ch, inc, 3 sc, inc = 7 sc

5 row: ch, 7 sc

6 row: ch, inc, 5 sc, inc = 9 sc

7 row: ch, 9 sc

8 row: ch, inc, 7 sc, inc = 11 sc

9 row: ch, 11 sc

10 row: ch, inc, 9 sc, inc = 13 sc

11 row: ch, 13 sc

12th row: ch, inc, 11 sc, inc = 15 sc

13 row: ch, 15 sc

Row 14: ch, inc, 13 sc, inc = 17 sc

15 row: ch, 17 sc

16 row: ch, inc, 15 sc, inc = 19 sc

17 row: ch, 19 sc

Row 18: ch, inc, 17 sc, inc = 21 sc

19 row: ch, 21 sc

20th row: ch, inc, 19 sc, inc = 23 sc

21 row: ch, 23 sc

22 row: ch, inc, 21 sc, inc = 25sc

23 row: ch, 25 sc

24 row: ch, inc, 23 sc, inc = 27 sc

25 row: ch, 27 sc

26 row: ch, inc, 25 sc, inc = 29 sc

27 row: ch, 29 sc

27 row: ch, inc, 27 sc, inc = 31 sc

Rows 28-33: 31 sc

34 row: ch, dec, 27 sc, dec = 29 sc

35 row: ch, 29 sc

36 row: ch, dec, 25sc, dec = 27 sc

37 row: ch, 27 sc

38 row: ch, dec, 23sc, dec = 25sc

Row 39: ch, 25sc

40 row: ch, dec, 21sc, dec = 23sc

Row 41: ch, 23sc

42 row: ch, dec, 19sc, dec = 21sc

Row 43: ch, 21sc

44 row: ch, dec, 17sc, dec = 19sc

45 row: ch, 19sc

46 row: ch, dec, 15sc, dec = 17sc

47 row: ch, 17sc

48 row: ch, dec, 13sc, dec = 15sc

Row 49: ch, 15sc

50 row: ch, dec, 11sc, dec = 13sc

Row 51: ch, 13sc

52 row: ch, dec, 9sc, dec = 11sc

Row 53: ch, 11sc

54 row: ch, dec, 7sc, dec = 9sc

55 row: ch, 9sc

56 row: ch, dec, 5sc, dec = 7sc

Row 57: ch, 7sc

58 row: ch, dec, 3sc, dec = 5sc

Row 59: ch, 5sc

60 row: ch, dec, sc, dec

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the end of the thread in the product.

Carriage door

One calendula detail and one yolk detail.

We knit in rotary rows.

1st row: 4 ch

2nd row: starting from the 2nd loop from the hook, knit inc, sc, inc = 5 sc

3rd row: ch, 5sc

4th row: ch, inc, 3 sc, inc = 7 sc

5 row: ch, 7 sc

6 row: ch, inc, 5 sc, inc = 9 sc

7 row: ch, 9 sc

8 row: ch, inc, 7 sc, inc = 11 sc

9 row: ch, 11 sc

10 row: ch, inc, 9 sc, inc = 13 sc

11 row: ch, 13 sc

12th row: ch, inc, 11 sc, inc = 15 sc

13 row: ch, 15 sc

Row 14: ch, inc, 13 sc, inc = 17 sc

15 row: ch, 17 sc

16 row: ch, inc, 15 sc, inc = 19 sc

17 row: ch, 19 sc

Row 18: ch, inc, 3sc = 5sc, turn knitting

Row 19: ch, 5sc

20 row: ch, inc, 2sc, dec = 5sc

Row 21: ch, 5sc

22 row: ch, inc, 4sc = 6sc

23 row: ch, 6sc

24th row: ch, inc, 3sc, dec = 6sc

25 row: ch, 6sc

26th row: ch, inc, 3sc, dec = 6sc

27 – 35 rows: ch, 6sc

36 row: ch, dec, 3sc, inc = 6sc

37 row: ch, 6sc

38 row: ch, dec, 3sc, inc = 6sc

Row 39: ch, 6sc

40 row: ch, dec, 3sc, inc = 6sc

41 row: ch, 6sc

We do not cut the working thread!

We turn to knitting the second wall. We count 10 loops from the connected wall, join in the 11th and from the 12th loop we knit the 18th row.

18th row: ch, 3sc, inc = 5sc

Row 19: ch, 5sc

20 row: ch, dec, 2sc, inc = 5sc

Row 21: ch, 5sc

22 row: ch, 4sc, inc = 6sc

23 row: ch, 6sc

24 row: ch, dec, 3sc, inc = 6sc

25 row: ch, 6sc

26th row: ch, dec, 3sc, inc = 6sc

27 – 35 rows: ch, 6sc

36 row: ch, inc, 3sc, dec = 6sc

37 row: ch, 6sc

38 row: ch, inc, 3sc, dec = 6sc

Row 39: ch, 6sc

40 row: ch, inc, 3sc, dec = 6sc

41 row: ch, 6sc

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the tip of the thread in the product.

We connect both walls.

42 row: ch, dec, 3sc, inc, 9ch (join the other wall) inc, 3sc, dec = 21sc

43 row: ch, 21sc (ie: 6sc along one wall + 9sc along a chain of ch + 6sc along the other wall)

44 row: ch, dec, 17sc, dec = 19sc

45 row: ch, 19sc

46 row: ch, dec, 15sc, dec = 17sc

47 row: ch, 17sc

48 row: ch, dec, 13sc, dec = 15sc

Row 49: ch, 15sc

50 row: ch, dec, 11sc, dec = 13sc

Row 51: ch, 13sc

52 row: ch, dec, 9sc, dec = 11sc

Row 53: ch, 11sc

54 row: ch, dec, 7sc, dec = 9sc

55 row: ch, 9sc

56 row: ch, dec, 5sc, dec = 7sc

Row 57: ch, 7sc

58 row: ch, dec, 3sc, dec = 5sc

Row 59: ch, 5sc

60 row: ch, dec, sc, dec

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the end of the thread in the product.

Window

Three pieces of calendula color and three pieces of yolk color.

We knit in rotary rows.

1st row: 4 ch

2nd row: starting from the 2nd loop from the hook, knit inc, sc, inc = 5 sc

3rd row: ch, 5sc

4th row: ch, inc, 3 sc, inc = 7 sc

5 row: ch, 7 sc

6 row: ch, inc, 5 sc, inc = 9 sc

7 row: ch, 9 sc

8 row: ch, inc, 7 sc, inc = 11 sc

9 row: ch, 11 sc

10 row: ch, inc, 9 sc, inc = 13 sc

11 row: ch, 13 sc

12th row: ch, inc, 11 sc, inc = 15 sc

13 row: ch, 15 sc

Row 14: ch, inc, 13 sc, inc = 17 sc

15 row: ch, 17 sc

16 row: ch, inc, 15 sc, inc = 19 sc

17 row: ch, 19 sc

Row 18: ch, inc, 17 sc, inc = 21 sc

19 row: ch, 21 sc

20th row: ch, inc, 19 sc, inc = 23 sc

21 row: ch, 23 sc

22 row: ch, inc, 21 sc, inc = 25sc

23 row: ch, 25 sc

24 row: ch, inc, 23 sc, inc = 27 sc

25 row: ch, 27 sc

26 row: ch, 6sc, turn knitting

27 row: ch, dec, 3sc, inc = 6sc

28 row: ch, 6sc

Row 29: ch, dec, 3sc, inc = 6sc

30 – 34 rows: ch, 6sc

35 row: ch, inc, 3sc, dec = 6sc

Row 36: ch, 6sc

37 row: ch, inc, 3sc, dec = 6sc

38 row: ch, 6sc

Row 39: ch, inc, 3sc, dec = 6sc

40 row: ch, 6sc

41 row: ch, inc, 3sc, dec = 6sc

We do not cut the working thread!

We turn to knitting the second wall. We count 14 loops from the connected wall, join in the 15th and from the 16th loop we knit the 26th row.

26 row: 6sc

27 row: ch, inc, 3sc, dec = 6sc

28 row: ch, 6sc

Row 29: ch, inc, 3sc, dec = 6sc

30 – 34 rows: ch, 6sc

35 row: ch, dec, 3sc, inc = 6sc

Row 36: ch, 6sc

37 row: ch, dec, 3sc, inc = 6sc

38 row: ch, 6sc

Row 39: ch, dec, 3sc, inc = 6sc

40 row: ch, 6sc

41 row: ch, dec, 3sc, inc = 6sc

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the end of the thread in the product.

We knit with a thread from the first wall:

42 row: ch, 6sc, 9ch (join the other wall) 6 sc = 21sc

43 row: ch, 21sc (ie: 6sc along one wall + 9sc along a chain of ch + 6sc along the other wall)

44 row: ch, dec, 17sc, dec = 19sc

45 row: ch, 19sc

46 row: ch, dec, 15sc, dec = 17sc

47 row: ch, 17sc

48 row: ch, dec, 13sc, dec = 15sc

Row 49: ch, 15sc

50 row: ch, dec, 11sc, dec = 13sc

Row 51: ch, 13sc

52 row: ch, dec, 9sc, dec = 11sc

Row 53: ch, 11sc

54 row: ch, dec, 7sc, dec = 9sc

55 row: ch, 9sc

56 row: ch, dec, 5sc, dec = 7sc

Row 57: ch, 7sc

58 row: ch, dec, 3sc, dec = 5sc

Row 59: ch, 5sc

60 row: ch, dec, sc, dec

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the tip of the thread in the product.

Sew the parts with a simple seam over the edge separately 6 pieces in yellow and separately 6 pieces in orange.

When stitching, we alternate: window, solid wall, window, solid wall, window, door.

Insert the resulting yellow part inside the orange part, with the seams inside (seam to seam).

Tie the armholes of the windows and doors sc, and then a crustacean step

Sew the remaining seams. First on the yellow part, and then on the orange one.

In a container with warm water, dilute the PVA glue, moisten the resulting part of the carriage base completely. Remove from the container, wait until the water drains (do not squeeze), insert a balloon inside and inflate it, straighten the product. This way we will give the shape. Leave the product in this form until completely dry, then pierce the ball.

Pumpkin top plug

Yarn: Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – yolk

1st row: 6 sc in amigurumi ring

2nd row: (inc) – 6 times = 12 sc

3rd row: (sc, inc) – 6 times = 18 sc

4th row: (2 sc, inc) – 6 times = 24 sc

Tie with a crustacean step. Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the end of the thread in the product.

Apply glue to the wrong side of the part and glue the pumpkin from the inside to the top, so we decorate the hole.

Bottom for pumpkin

Yarn: Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – yolk

1st row: 6 sc in amigurumi ring

2nd row: (inc) – 6 times = 12 sc

3rd row: (sc, inc) – 6 times = 18 sc

4th row: (2 sc, inc) – 6 times = 24 sc

5 row: (3 sc, inc) – 6 times = 30 sc

6 row: (4 sc, inc) – 6 times = 36 sc

7 row: (5 sc, inc) – 6 times = 42 sc

8 row: (6 sc, inc) – 6 times = 48 sc

9th row: (7 sc, inc) – 6 times = 54 sc

10 row: (8 sc, inc) – 6 times = 60 sc

11 row: (9 sc, inc) – 6 times = 66 sc

12th row: (10 sc, inc) – 6 times = 72 sc

Row 13: (11 sc, inc) – 6 times = 78 sc

Row 14: (12 sc, inc) – 6 times = 84 sc

Tie with a crustacean step. Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the end of the thread in the product.

Cut a circle with a diameter of ≈ 5 mm smaller than the connected circle from plastic or thick cardboard. Apply a small amount of glue to one side of the cut out circle and glue the knitted bottom for the pumpkin.

Apply glue from the wrong side of the bottom and glue to the bottom of the pumpkin.

Pumpkin tail

Yarn: Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – billiards

1st row: 24ch in a circle

2nd row: 24sc

3rd row: (2sc, dec) – 6p = 18sc

4th row: 18sc

5 row: (sc, dec) – 6p = 12sc

6 row: 12sc

Then we knit in a circle: 40sc, dec, 5sc, dec, 5sc, dec, 10sc, dec, 10sc, dec, 10sc, dec.

Fasten knitting. Cut the working thread according to the length required to wrap the wire end.

Insert a wire into the product so that its tip with a length of ≈ 15 cm sticks out of the product, wrap the tip with the remaining working thread, fix the end of the thread with glue. Wind the wire around the pencil, making it look like a spiral. Bend the other end of the wire into a loop so that it does not jump out of the product. Fill the product with padding polyester.

Glue the ponytail to the top of the pumpkin

“Eyelet” for the frame

Yarn: Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – golden olive It will be necessary to knit 4 such “ears”, 2 for each knitted frame detail.

1st row: 4ch

2nd row: inc, sc, ch

3rd row: inc, 3sc, inc, ch

4th row: 2sc, 3ch, skip 3 loops and starting from 4th knit 2sc, ch

5 row: 7sc

Fasten knitting, cut and hide the working thread.

Frame (base for the carriage)

Yarn: Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – golden olive

It is necessary to knit 2 identical parts.

We knit in reverse rows, do not forget to knit a lifting loop at the end of each row, further in the description it is given only in difficult moments and is indicated by (+ ch).

1 row: 91ch starting from the 2nd loop from the hook, knit 90sc

Row 2 – Row 9: 90sc

Fasten knitting, cut off the working thread.

10 row: retreat 30 loops; starting from the 31st loop we attach the working thread and knit 30sc

11-14 rows: 30sc, ch

14th row: 10ch, attach the “eyelet”, knitting 7sc, 10ch (+ ch)

15 row: 57sc, 10ch, attach the “eyelet”, knitting 7sc, 10ch (+ ch)

16 row: 84sc, ch (+ ch)

17th row: 85sc, ch (+ ch)

Rows 18 – 47: 86sc

48 row: dec, 84sc = 85sc

49 row: dec, 83sc = 84sc

50 row: 17sc (+ ch),

we turn knitting, we will knit an “ear”:

1st row: 2sc, 3ch, skip 3 loops and starting from 4th loop we knit 2sc (+ ch)

2nd row: dec, 3sc, dec

3rd row: dec, sc, dec

Fasten knitting, cut and hide the working thread.

50 row: attach the working thread to the 18th loop of the frame (near the “ear”),

57sc (+ ch), we turn knitting, we will knit the second “ear”:

1st row: 2sc, 3ch, skip 3 loops and starting from 4th loop we knit 2sc (+ ch)

2nd row: dec, 3sc, dec

3rd row: dec, sc, dec

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread.

Row 50: attach a working thread near the base of the “ear” and knit 10sc for a row.

51 row: counting from the edgeproducts 27 loops, attach the working

thread in the 28th loop and knit 30sc

Rows 52 – 55: 30sc

Without breaking the thread, we type 30ch (+ ch)

56 row: 60sc, 30ch (+ ch)

Rows 57 – 64: 90sc

Cut the frame out of flexible metal or thick cardboard. Thick cardboard will have the disadvantage of having the fenders fold evenly over the wheels, so it’s better to find flexible metal. I used leftovers from the ebb when installing the window.

I attached a knitted frame, leveled it and circled it with a marker. Carved with scissors for metal. It was very difficult, but I managed it  Attention! the frame should be slightly smaller in volume than knitted parts.

Here’s what you should get

Now we assemble the frame. It is necessary to combine these parts into one.

To do this, we connect both knitted frame parts, insert a frame between them and tie around the edges sc, and then with a crustacean step.

Wheels

Yarn: Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – black, cappuccino

(hereinafter I refer to it as brown)

“Tire” and “rim”

4 parts each

We collect 76ch from brown yarn, close it in a ring, then knit in a circle 76 sc 4 ​​rows. Fasten knitting, cut the working thread.

Black yarn will also need to knit 4 parts, but we do not cut the working thread. Cast on 76ch, close into a ring, then knit 76 sc 5 rows in a circle.

We connect the brown and black pieces by knitting along the edge sc, passing the hook through both pieces like a loop into a loop. Details should be placed seamy sides to each other. Fasten knitting, cut and hide the working thread.

To assemble the wheels, you need to prepare individual parts. For this we need a plastic pipe (I used the remains of a new plastic water pipe) with a diameter of 90 mm.

Mark 4 pieces 1 cm wide. I sawed off with a hacksaw for metal. Here’s what happened. In each ring you need to make holes for the needles as shown in the photo. To do this, it is necessary to apply a marking for 8 knitting needles, placing them at an equal distance from each other. Then I used male help, since I needed a screwdriver and a drill with a diameter of 2 mm. Drilling 8 holes

We also need a base for the wheel disc. For this I used an old rake handle, having cut 4 “tablets”

1 cm wide and ≈ 2.5 cm in diameter.

Next, we apply the markings for cutting out the holes for the knitting needles.

We drill 8 holes with a 2mm drill, and in the center we cut a through central axial hole with a 3mm drill as shown in photo 39.

We take a thin skewer and try it on, cut the knitting needles of the required length.

These are the skewers I used, I bought them in the Fix Price chain store. Thin for the spokes (you can use toothpicks here), and thick for connecting a pair of wheels.

We pull the knitted product of the wheel onto the plastic base, insert the skewers, as shown in the photo. I did not attach the skewers to glue, I just inserted

We connect the brown and black knitted parts, knitting with black yarn along the edge sc, threading the hook through both parts according to the loop-to-loop principle. Fasten knitting, cut and hide the working thread. Wrap the knitting needles with brown yarn.

We knit disks on the wheel.

8 pieces

1st row: 6 sc in amigurumi ring

2nd row: (inc) – 6 times = 12 sc

3rd row: (sc, inc) – 6 times = 18 sc

4th row: (2 sc, inc) – 6 times = 24 sc

5 row: (3 sc, inc) – 6 times = 30 sc

6 row: (4 sc, inc) – 6 times = 36 sc

Fasten knitting, cut off the working thread. On 4 parts, cut the working thread taking into account the length required to stitch the two parts together.

We sew discs with a needle as shown in the photo

We make an axle for wheels. Cut off 2 thick skewers 15cm long.

We wrap the skewers with brown yarn, fix the ends with glue.

We insert one end of the skewer into the center of the wheel disk, first apply glue to the tip of the skewer.

Next, we pass the skewer through the “ears” on the frame. Previously, on the frame, it is necessary to bend the wings, giving them the shape of a ¼ circle, and it is also necessary to bend the “ears” to the bottom of the frame.

We put the second wheel on the other end of the skewer, first apply glue to the tip of the skewer.

Do the same with the remaining two wheels.

Pumpkin stand

Yarn: Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – billiards

1st row: 6 sc in amigurumi ring

2nd row: (inc) – 6 times = 12 sc

3rd row: (sc, inc) – 6 times = 18 sc

4th row: (2 sc, inc) – 6 times = 24 sc

5 row: (3 sc, inc) – 6 times = 30 sc

6 row: (4 sc, inc) – 6 times = 36 sc

7 row: (5 sc, inc) – 6 times = 42 sc

8 row: (6 sc, inc) – 6 times = 48 sc

9th row: (7 sc, inc) – 6 times = 54 sc

10 row: (8 sc, inc) – 6 times = 60 sc

11 row: (9 sc, inc) – 6 times = 66 sc

12th row: (10 sc, inc) – 6 times = 72 sc

Row 13: (11 sc, inc) – 6 times = 78 sc

14 row: for the back walls of the loops we knit 78sc

15-19 rows: 78sc

We do not cut the working thread.

Cut two circles out of plastic or cardboard equal to the diameter of the connected circle. I got a circle with a diameter of 7cm

Apply a small amount of glue to one side of the cut out circle and glue it to the bottom of the knitted part. Fill the part with padding polyester or you can do it like me – with strips of cardboard. To do this, you need to cut strips of thick cardboard 1 cm wide, ≈ 95 cm long (I have 3.5 strips 38 cm long).

Apply glue to the bottom of the part

Twist the cardboard strips in a spiral into a circle and insert into the part.

We knit a “cover” for the stand

1st row: 6 sc in amigurumi ring

2nd row: (inc) – 6 times = 12 sc

3rd row: (sc, inc) – 6 times = 18 sc

4th row: (2 sc, inc) – 6 times = 24 sc

5 row: (3 sc, inc) – 6 times = 30 sc

6 row: (4 sc, inc) – 6 times = 36 sc

7 row: (5 sc, inc) – 6 times = 42 sc

8 row: (6 sc, inc) – 6 times = 48 sc

9th row: (7 sc, inc) – 6 times = 54 sc

10 row: (8 sc, inc) – 6 times = 60 sc

11 row: (9 sc, inc) – 6 times = 66 sc

12th row: (10 sc, inc) – 6 times = 72 sc

Row 13: (11 sc, inc) – 6 times = 78 sc

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the tip into the product.

Apply a small amount of glue to one side of the cut out circle and glue the “cover”.

We connect both parts by tying along the edge sc, according to the loop-to-loop principle.

Without cutting off the working thread, we knit a ruffle: from one loop we knit two

d4c andso around the entire perimeter of the product. When finished, tie the edges:

sl-st, ch, sl-st, ch – repeat to the end.

For carriage decor

Chest

Yarn: Troitskaya “Baby”, color – golden

Bottom of the chest

1st row: 21ch

2 row: starting from the 2nd loop from the hook, knit 20 sc

3-14 rows: 20sc

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the tip in the product.

Chest walls

2 details

1st row: 21ch

2 row: starting from the 2nd loop from the hook, knit 20 sc

3rd – 12th rows: 20sc

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the tip in the product.

Small chest walls

2 details

1st row: 13ch

2 row: starting from the 2nd loop from the hook, knit 12 sc

3 – 12 rows: 12sc

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the tip in the product.

We tie on three sides of the chest wall with yellow yarn Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – yolk, sc, at the corners we knit 2sc from one loop.

We cut out blanks from thick cardboard to seal the chest, 1 cm less in volume than related products.

We connect the bottom and sides of the chest by knitting both sc parts according to the loop-to-loop principle. The walls of the chest are sewn together.

Chest lid

1st row: 21ch

2 row: starting from the 2nd loop from the hook, knit 20 sc

3 – 19 rows: 20sc

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the tip in the product.

Lid side walls

1st row: 13ch

2 row: starting from the 2nd loop from the hook, knit 12 sc, ch

3rd row: dec, 8sc, dec, ch

4th row: dec, 6sc, dec, ch

5 row: dec, 4, dec, ch

6 row: dec, 2sc, dec

Fasten knitting, cut the working thread and hide the tip in the product.

We tie the lid on all sides with yellow yarn Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – yolk, sc, at the corners we knit 2sc from one loop.

Tie the side walls of the lid on three sides.

We cut out blanks from thick cardboard to seal the chest lid, 1 cm less in volume than related products. Bend the cardboard part of the lid as shown in the photo

Sew the details of the chest lid.

Side handles on the chest: use a needle and thread to sew a stitch and wrap with thread.

We knit a bolt for the lock: 6ch, starting from the 2nd loop from the hook we knit along the chain 5sc. Fasten knitting, cut the working thread, insert the ends of the thread into the lid and secure them. Use a needle and thread to secure the clasp. From the seamy side, apply glue to the bolt and glue it to the wall of the chest.

Chair for the coachman

Yarn: Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – billiards

1st row: 6sc in amigurumi ring

2nd row: (inc) – 6 times = 12sc

3rd row: (sc, inc) – 6 times = 18sc

4th row: (2sc, inc) – 6 times = 24sc

5 row: (3sc, inc) – 6 times = 30sc

Without cutting off the working thread, we knit the petals: * 6ch, along this chain,

starting from the 2nd loop from the hook we knit sc, hdc, dc, hd2c, d2c,

join sl-st in the 3rd loop of the flower base *. Repeat knitting from * to * 9 more times. A total of 10 petals are obtained.

Small pumpkin

We knit with yarn “Pekhorka” “Children’s novelty” calendula color.

1st row: 6sc in amigurumi ring

2nd row: (inc) – 6 times = 12sc

3rd row: (sc, inc) – 6 times = 18sc

4th row: (2sc, inc) – 6 times = 24sc

5 row: (3sc, inc) – 6 times = 30sc

6-11 row: 30sc

12 row: (3sc, dec) – 6 times = 24sc

13 row: (2sc, dec) – 6 times = 18sc

14th row: (sc, dec) – 6 times = 12sc

Loosely fill with filler

15 row: dec – until the end of knitting.

Fasten knitting, cut off the working thread, taking into account the required length for pulling (dividing the pumpkin into slices). Thread the thread into the needle and through the center of the pumpkin we make tightening forming slices, slightly flattening the pumpkin. The number of slices – at your request, I got 5 of them.

Glue the pumpkin to the green base.

Wrap the pieces of wire with green yarn, twist the ends of the wire on one side. Form the legs for the highchair and glue them to the green base.

Flower

Yarn: Pekhorka “Children’s novelty”, color – yolk

3 pieces

1st row: 6 sc in amigurumi ring

2nd row: 6sc

3rd row: (inc) – 6 times = 12 sc

4th row: 12 sc

5th row: (inc, 3sc) – 3 times = 15 sc

6-7 rows: 15sc

Without cutting off the working thread, we knit the petals: * 6ch, along this chain, starting from the 2nd loop from the hook we knit sc, hdc, dc, hd2c, d2c, join sl-st in the 3rd loop of the flower base *. Repeat knitting from * to * 4 more times. A total of 5 petals are obtained. Glue a bead with a diameter of ≈ 1cm inside the flower

Wrap the pieces of wire with green yarn, connect them into a twig and twist the ends with a pencil into a spiral.

Assembling the carriage

I did not glue all the details of the carriage with hot melt glue, in the sequence as indicated in the photo, namely: glue the pumpkin stand in the middle of the frame, then apply glue to the tip of the wire and a little on the bottom of the wire of the coachman’s chair, glue it so that the tip is hidden under the shuttlecock of the stand for the pumpkin, then glue the pumpkin itself and the chest. Trying on a twig of wire, experimenting: laying it down, bending it in different directions, also trying on flowers. There is plenty of space for your imagination. I am a twig

fixed at three points: on the top of the head, near the pumpkin’s tail, in the middle, and the tip, which she hid under the pumpkin. I decorated the place of gluing with flowers.

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