Amigurumi Goby Bruno Free Pattern

Goby Bruno


CH – air loop

SC – single crochet

HDC – half double crochet

DC – double crochet

DV.DEC.- double decrease (three half-loops on the hook)

SL-ST – connecting post

İNC – increase

DEC- decrease

(………) * br – knit specified in brackets 6 times

PS – offset loop

FLO – front half loop

BLO – back hinge

Horns 2pcs

 Knit with brown thread in a circle.

 1.6sc into magic ring (6)

 2.6sc (6), 5 (7), 6 (8), 7 (9), 8 (10), 9 (11), 10 (12)

 9.12, sl-st thread cut

 Ears 2pcs.

 Knit with beige and white (at your discretion) thread in rotary rows.

 We collect 7 CH, we knit in the 2nd from the hook.

 1.1sc, 2hdc, 2dc, 5dc in 1, 2dc, 2hdc, 1sc, CH, turn (15)

 2.1sc, 2hdc, 3dc, 3inc dc, 3dc, 2hdc, 1sc, CH, turn (18)

 3.2sc, 3hdc, in brackets knit dc (1, inc, 1, 2inc, 1, inc, 1), 3hdc, 2sc, CH, turn (22)

 4.4sc, 2hdc, 4dc, 2inc dc, inc cc2n, dc, hdc, sc, sl-st (not full row) cut the thread.

 Eyes 2pcs.

 Knit with milk thread in rotary rows.

 Cast on 6ch, knit in 2nd from the hook., 4sc, ch, turn (6), 4sc, inc in 1st CH (on the other side of the chain), 4sc, ch, turn (12)

 3.5sc, 2inc, 5sc, ch, turn (14)

 4.6sc, 2inc, 3sc, 2hdc, 2dc in 1, there 2ch and sl-st (17) cut the thread.

 4th row for the second eye is knitted mirrored 2ch …


 Knit with white thread (at your discretion) in rotary rows

 1.6 into magic ring (6), ch, turn

 2.6inc (12), ch, turn

 3. (1sc, inc) ‘6 (18), ch, turn

 4.18sc, sl-st, leave a little thread for hemming.


 Who wants to be fully clothed, we knit both handles according to the first description, for the second description for the zasasanny sleeve, we knit in a circle.

You will come across rows where you will need to knit behind BLO and FLO, we knit for the back loops, we do not complete the last loop, pulling the thread towards you between two loops from sc, and ends with sc with a burgundy thread.

You can knit a row in burgundy, or you can immediately turn your hand up and tie a harness for the front loops.

! At 7m, knit for BLO burgundy, and turning the blue hoof upside down, the same thing at 8m, knit a row in burgundy and burgundy for FLO, only you can take it from the other end of the skein, or you can return after tying your hand …

Marker STRICTLY on the back of the hand.

 Cast on 6ch with brown thread, knit from the 2nd from the hook.

 1st option dressed sleeve

 1.4sc, 3sc in 1, 3sc, inc (12)

 2-3. 12sc

 4. (3sc, inc) ‘3 (15)

 5.15sc, crop (4sc, inc) ‘3 (18)

 7. Bordeaux for BLO 18sc,

 blue for FLO 18hdc, sl-st – holding the hole down, cut

 8.Bordo for BLO 18sc

 Bordeaux for FLO 18hdc, sl-st (do the harness holding the hole up)

 9-13. 5 rows 18sc

 14-17. Bordeaux repeat 4 rows – dec, 6sc, 2inc, 6sc, dec (18)

 18-25. 8 rows 18sc, sl-st cut the thread.

 2nd option, with a zakazanny sleeve

 1.4sc, 3sc in 1, 3sc, inc (12)

 2-3. 12sc

 4. (3sc, inc) ‘3 (15)

 5.15sc, crop

 6.beige (4sc, inc) ‘3 (18)

 7-11) 5 rows 18sc, cut off 18sc for BLO 18sc

 for FLO 18hdc, sl-st – (do the harness holding the hole up, cut off)

 14-17. 4 rows bordeaux dec, 6sc, 2inc, 6sc, dec (18)

 18-25. 8 rows 18sc, sl-st cut the thread.

Legs 2pcs.

 ! The marker is strictly along the heel to the very top of the leg.

 ! Glue the insole before knitting the heel.

 ! We insert the frame at a convenient leg stage.

 We start knitting with brown thread 9ch, from the 2nd from the hook:, 6sc, 3sc at 1, 6sc, inc (19)

 2.1sc, inc, 6sc, 3inc, 6sc, inc, 1sc (24), 1sc, inc, 5sc, hdc, (inc hdc, hdc) ‘3, 6sc, inc, 2sc, sl-st (30) cut off

 4.Find 8 middle stitches along the top of the sole, in the first we attach the thread behind BLO and now we will knit in pivoting rows and make sl-st into the next sole loop, at the end there should be 14 free stitches on the heel.

! After sl-st, you can do CH if you are not comfortable.


‘7sc, sl-st, turn

 “7sc, sl-st, turn

 ‘3sc, inc, 3sc, sl-st, turn (8)

 “8sc, sl-st, turn

 ‘3sc, inc, 4sc, sl-st, turn (9), cut off


“9sc, sl-st, turn

 ‘9sc, sl-st, turn

 “9sc, sl-st, turn

 ‘9sc, sl-st, turn

 “4sc, inc, 4sc, sl-st, turn (10) cut off

 Now two heel options

 1c-✓ left 14p, find 8th (middle of the heel) and attach a white thread and behind BLO

 -7sc heel, 10sc top, 7sc heel (24)

 -6sc, dec, 8sc, dec, 6sc (22)

 -5sc, dec, 8sc, dec, 5sc (20), cut off

 – bitterness. 5sc, dec, 6sc, dec, 5sc (18), thread on itself, attach


 -run for BLO 18sc (we will knit her further)

 bitter for FLO 18sc, sl-st, cut off

 Return to the loose loops of the sole, turn the sole upward, attach the brown thread, tie 30sl-st, cut off.

 2v-✓ with white thread on free 14 and loops behind BLO turning rows, starting from the first loop

 -14sc, sl-st for the top, turn

 -14sc, sl-st for the top, turn

 -14sc, sl-st for the top, turn

 -14sc, sl-st for the top, turn (6 loops left on the top)

 -14sc on heel, on top- dec, 2sc, dec, sl-st (18) cut off

 We find the middle loop along the heel, attach the mustard thread


 -run for BLO 18sc

 bitter for FLO 18sc, sl-s t, return to free loops of the sole,

tie sl-st

 As soon as we decide which shoe to leave,

return to the beige thread and continue to knit the leg

 6.beige 18sc, 16sc, inc (20) cut off 20sc

 9.for BLO inc, 18sc, inc (22)

 behind FLO 20hdc, sl-st, heel down (harness)

 10-12. 3 row 22sc

 13.2dec, 5sc, 4inc, 5sc, 2dec (22)


 15.9sc, 2dec, 9sc (20)

 16.20sc, 18sc, inc (22), 20sc, inc (24)

 19-20. 24sc, sl-st, do not break the right thread

 We continue to knit the body with a blue thread.

! The marker on the right side of the leg, after tying the tail M, will be transferred to the middle of the back

 1.6sc for the first leg, 3ch, 24sc for the second leg, 3sc for CH, 18sc for the first leg (54), 5sc, CH – 1sc, inc, 1sc, 5sc, inc, 18sc, 3inc, 18sc (60)

 3. (9sc, inc) ‘6 (66)

 4.9sc, dv dec, 30sc, 2inc, 22sc (66)

 5.8sc, dv dec, 15sc, inc, 31sc, inc, 7sc (66)

 6.7sc, dv dec, 8sc, inc, 45sc, inc, 1sc (66)

 7.6sc, dv dec, 6sc, inc, 49sc, inc, (66)

 8. knit a tail – wind a brown thread on two fingers in 6-8 turns, then knit a beige thread into the resulting ring

 – 2sc, CH, turn

 repeat this line until you get the tail length you need, in the last row do

 -1sc, inc, sl-st (3), cut off

 Back to the body

 -4sc, put tail 1 + 1p tail together, dv dec + 1p tail, 1 + 1p tail, 8sc, inc, 43sc, inc, 4sc + 5sc to the new marker (middle) (66), cut the thread, attach the blue

9. blue 66sc, pull the thread forward for tying

 10.bordo for BLO 66sc

 behind FLO (keep hole down) blue

 2ch, 3dc, 5hdc, 10sc, 8hdc, 5dc, 1ss2n, into one (1ss2n, 3ch, sl-st), into one (sl-st, 3ch, 1ss2n), 1ss2n, 5dc, 8hdc, 10sc, 5hdc, 3dc, sl-st in 2nd CH, trim.

‼ From the 11th to the 14th rotary rows, you can knit in a spiral.

 11.bordo for BLO 66sc, CH, turn

 for FLO strapping 66hdc, sl-st (keep hole down), cut Art. (9sc, dec) ‘6 (60), sl-st, CH, turn

 13. by ext. Art. 60sc, sl-st, CH, turn

 14. by int. Art. 60sc, sl-st, CH, turn, down the spiral

 15. (4sc, dec, 4sc) ‘6 (54)

 16-18. 54sc

 19. (7sc, dec) ‘6 (48)

 20-21. 48sc

 22. (3sc, dec, 3sc) ‘6 (42)

 we will continue to tie our hands

! MARKER strictly in the middle of the back to the end of the neck

! When you put your hands on, the stitching of the air loops, which was done when you set the handles, should lie along the thigh, in the position of the hand at the seams, and select the middle 6 loops. I knit, I do the next row, if it’s crooked or don’t like it, I tie it right away.

 23.10sc, 6sc + 6p hands, 10sc, 6sc + 6p hands, 10sc (42)

 24.9sc, dv dec (1p + 2p hands), 9sc on the arm, dec (1p hands + 1p), 8sc on the body, dec, 9sc on the arm, dv dec, 9sc (48)

 25. (3sc, dec, 3sc) ‘6 (42)

 26. (5sc, dec) ‘6 (36), crop

 27.Blue 36sc

 28.Beige for BLO 36sc

 blue for FLO – collar (keep the hole down)

 2ch, 2dc, 4hdc, 5sc, 2hdc, 3dc, 1cc2n, in one (1cc2n, 3ch, sl-st) and mirrored the second side – (sl-st, 3ch ….) crop

 29.Beige (4sc, dec) ‘6 (30)

 30. (3sc, dec) ‘6 (24)


 32. (2sc, dec) ‘6 (18)

 33.18sc, sl-st trim


! Marker on the side of the muzzle

We collect with white thread 11ch, from the 2nd from the hook we knit, 8sc, 4sc at 1, 8sc, inc (24)

2.2sc, 2inc, 3sc, 2inc, 4sc, 2inc, 5sc, 2inc, 2sc (32)

3.2sc, 2inc, 8sc, 2inc, 4sc, 2inc, 8sc, 2inc, 2sc (40)

4. (3sc, inc) ‘2, 4sc, inc, 3sc, inc, 6sc, inc, 3sc, inc, 4sc, (inc, 3sc)’ 2 (48)

5-6. 48sc

7. (3sc, dec, 3sc) ‘6 (42)


9. (5sc, dec) ‘6 (36)

10.5sc, 8sc + 8loop lips (We insert randomly 4p from two halves, starting and ending with the edges of the part), 23sc (36)

11.23sc, 6inc (brown), 7sc (42)

12.42sc (12sc on nose brown -6inc 11th row)

13.bel 23sc, beige (inc, 1sc) ‘3, (1sc, inc)’ 3, bel 7sc (48)

14.48sc (18sc on the nose beige)

15.48 white

16.48sc white + 10sc to the center of the chin, transfer the marker, cut the white thread

! Eyes put dc in different directions, horns with strings to each other, ears sl-st down.

Beige thread

17.10sc, 9sc + 9p eyes, 10sc, 9sc + 9p eyes, 10sc (48)

18.10sc, over the eye – (6sc, brown 5sc, 6sc), over the forehead 1sc, 8hdc (we knit all hdc tighter in each row), 1sc, over the eye – 17sc, 10sc (64)

19.10sc, 17sc for the eye, 3hdc, 4inc hdc, 3hdc, 17sc for the eye, 10sc (68)

20.32sc, 4inc, 32sc (72)

21. (11sc, inc) ‘3, (inc, 11sc)’ 2, inc, 7_not full row

Prepare the ears, wrap one end of the ear and randomly select 5 knit loops. We hold the body with our back to ourselves, the head facing forward, we apply it to each other. Find 8 middle loops in the neck in front and start to knit

22.8n neck + 8n head together, 3sc on the head, 3inc, 4sc, 5sc + 5p ear, 6sc + 6p horns, 28sc, 6sc + 6p horns (apply the horn in a mirror image), 5sc + 5p ear, 4sc, 3inc, 3sc ( 8sc is not taken into account, 76) + 5sc on the remaining loops of the neck, put the MARKER

23.5sc in the neck, dec, 11sc, 5sc (ear), 6sc in the loops of the horn, 28sc, 6sc in the loops of the horn, 5sc (ear), 11sc, dec, 5sc in the neck (84)

! Insert and secure eyes, or stick after the end of knitting the head.

24-25. 84sc

26. (6sc, dec, 6sc) ‘6 (78)

27. (11sc, dec) ‘6 (72)

28. (5sc, dec, 5sc) ‘6 (66)


30. (9sc, dec) ‘6 (60)

31. (4sc, dec, 4sc) ‘6 (54)


33. (7sc, dec) ‘6 (48)

34. (3sc, dec, 3sc) ‘6 (42)

35. (5sc, dec) ‘6 (36)

36. (2sc, dec, 2sc) ‘6 (30)

37. (3sc, dec) ‘6 (24)

38. (1sc, dec, 1sc) ‘6 (18)

39. (1sc, dec) ‘6 (12)

40.6dec, close knitting.


We withdraw the thread from the chin into the right nostril and into the left eye and back into the right nostril, tighten the thread carefully> into the left nostril and into the right eye, back into the left nostril, tighten the thread> into the chin, form a lip, I sewed it on both sides at the edges lips and in the middle, leaving the middle 8 (approximately) loops free.

A bag

mustard thread

10ch, from the 2nd from the hook

1.3sc, hdc, dc, hdc, 2sc, 3sc in 1, 2sc, hdc, dc, hdc, 3sc, CH, turn

2.4hdc, dc, 9hdc, dc, 4hdc, sl-st, cut off

3. attach the brown one, fold the piece in half, knit SL-ST, grabbing only BLO on both sides, turn and knit by the free FLO SL-ST, then knit a string from CH of the required length and fix SL-ST from the other corner of the bag.

I knitted ropes from CH.

We make out the pants at our discretion. Thanks to all

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