free wolf amigurumi pattern
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Free Wolf Amigurumi Pattern

This free wolf amigurumi pattern is a great project for intermediate and seasoned crocheters! If you’re not quite ready for color changes yet, you can make it in one color only. It comes with a video tutorial on my YouTube channel, in case you need visual guidance.

If using the recommended yarn and hook size, your amigurumi will measure about 7 x 7cm / 2.8 x 2.8″.

Free wolf amigurumi pattern

I would love to see your little wolf amigurumi! Share your creation on Instagram and tag me @stellasyarnuniverse for the monthly chance to win a pdf pattern of your choice from my Etsy shop! Winners are announced on my Instagram page @stellasyarnuniverse every other 1st of the month!

You can find the free written pattern in US terms below. Hope you’ll enjoy it!

Crochet Conversion Chart

It will also be helpful to know:

How to fasten off closed projects

How to make neat color changes

Materials and tools you need for the wolf amigurumi

DK/light worsted weight yarn (I used Rico Creative Ricorumi DK in Cream, Mastic and Mouse Grey):

2.5mm / C-2 or B-1 crochet hook

5mm / 0.2″ safety eyes

Fiberfill

Darning needle / yarn needle

Black embroidery floss

Large eyed sewing needle

Stitch marker

Pins

Scissors

Abbreviations

St = stitch

Ch = chain

Sc = single crochet (double crochet in British terms)

Inc = sc increase: single crochet 2 in same st

Dec = invisible sc decrease: Insert hook in front loops of next 2 sts, yarn over, pull through both front loops, yarn over, pull through 2 remaining loops

BLO = back loops

(…) = stitches that are repeated in the rd

*… = number of repetitions

Instructions for the wolf amigurumi

Crochet the forelegs (make 2) 

Rnd 1: Sc 8 in magic ring in white (8)

Rnd 2: In BLO: [sc 2, dec]*2 (6)

Rnd 3: Sc 5, sc 1 changing to beige (6)

Rnd 4: Sc 6 (6)

Rnd 5: [inc 1, sc 2]*2 (8)

Rnd 6: [dec, sc 2]*2 (6)

Rnd 7: Sc 6 (6)

Sl st in next st and fasten off. 

Crochet the hind legs in beige (make 2) 

Rnd 1: Sc 8 in magic ring (8)

Rnd 2: In BLO: [sc 2, dec]*2 (6)

Rnd 3 and 4: Sc 6 (6)

Rnd 5: [inc 1, sc 2]*2 (8)

Rnd 6: [dec, sc 2]*2 (6)

Rnd 7: [inc 1, sc 2]*2 (8)

Sl st in next st and fasten off. 

Crochet the belly in white 

Ch 4 

Rnd 1: Sc 2 (starting in 2nd ch), sc 4 in last ch, sc 1 in other side of ch, sc 2 in last ch, sc 1 in same ch changing to beige (10)

Rnd 2: Sc 8 around hind leg, sc 3, around foreleg: [sc 4, sc 1 changing to white, sc 1], sc 2, around foreleg: [sc 1 changing to beige, sc 5], sc 3, sc 8 around hind leg, sc 2 (38)

Rnd 3: Dec, sc 5, dec, sc 1, dec, sc 2, sc 1 changing to white, sc 1, dec 2, sc 1 changing to beige, sc 3, dec, sc 1, dec, sc 5, dec, sc 2 (30)

Rnd 4: Sc 11, sc 1 changing to white, sc 3, sc 1 changing to beige, sc 14 (30)

Rnd 5: Sc 10, sc 1 changing to gray, sc 5, sc 1 changing to beige, sc 13 (30)

Rnd 6: Sc 10, ch 4, sk 8, sc 12 (26)

Continue with the back

Rnd 7: Sc 1, dec, sc 2, dec, sc 1, dec, sc 4 in chains, dec, sc 1, dec, sc 2, dec, sc 3 (20)

Rnd 8: Sc 1, [dec, sc 1]*6, sc 1 (14)

Fill the body with fiberfill.

Rnd 9: Dec 7 times (7)

Fasten off, close the last round and weave in the yarn end. (See How to fasten off closed projects)

Fill the body with more fiberfill through the neck opening.

Crochet the neck 

Rejoin the white yarn at the right corner of the neck between chains and sc stitches (see video).

Rnd 7: Sc 7, sc 1 changing to gray, sc 6 (14) (8 out of sc stitches, 4 out of other side of ch stitches and 2 out of each side in between chains and sc stitches)

Rnd 8: Sc 1 changing to white, sc 5, sc 1 changing to gray, sc 7 (14)

Sl st in next st, fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Crochet the head 

Rnd 1: Sc 6 in magic ring in white (6)

Rnd 2: Sc 1, inc 1, sc 1, inc 1 changing to beige in 2nd sc, sc 1, inc 1 (9)

Rnd 3: Sc 1 changing to white, sc 1, inc 1, sc 2, inc 1 changing to beige in 2nd sc, sc 2, inc 1 (12)

Rnd 4: Sc 1, sc 1 changing to white, sc 2, inc 1, sc 1, sc 1 changing to beige, sc 2, inc 1 changing to gray in the 2nd sc, inc 1 changing to beige in the 2nd sc, inc 1 in the next st (16)

Rnd 5: Sc 1, sc 1 changing to white, sc 6, sc 1 changing to beige, sc 2, inc 1 changing to gray in the 1st sc, sc 2, inc 1 changing to beige in the 1st sc, sc 1 (18)

Rnd 6: Sc 1, inc 1 changing to white in 2nd sc, inc 1, sc 5, inc 1 changing to beige in 2nd sc, inc 1, sc 1 changing to gray, sc 5, sc 1 changing to beige, sc 1 (22)

Rnd 7: Sc 2, sc 1 changing to white, sc 7, sc 1 changing to beige, sc 3, sc 1 changing to gray, sc 7 (22)

Embroider nose. Insert safety eyes.

Rnd 8: [sc 3, dec, sc 4, dec]*2 (18)

Start filling the head with fiberfill.

Rnd 9: [sc 1, dec]*6 (12)

Fill the head more, if necessary.

Rnd 10: Dec 6 times (6)

Fasten off, close the round and weave in the yarn end.

Crochet the ears in gray (make 2) 

Rnd 1: Sc 4 in magic ring (4)

Rnd 2: [inc 1, sc 1]*2 (6)

Fasten off, leaving a long enough end for sewing the ears on.

Crochet the tail 

Only fill the lower third of the tail lightly with fiberfill or yarn ends.

Rnd 1: Sc 4 in magic ring in gray (4)

Rnd 2: Inc 3, inc 1 changing to beige in 2nd sc (8)

Rnd 3: [sc 1, inc 1]*4 (12)

Rnd 4: Sc 12 (12)

Rnd 5: [sc 2, dec]*3 (9)

Rnd 6 and 7: Sc 9 (9)

Rnd 8: Dec, sc 7 (8)

Rnd 9: Dec, sc 6 (7)

Rnd 10: Dec, sc 5 (6)

Fasten off, leaving a long enough end for sewing the tail on.

Assembly

Embroider 3 stitches in white to the front of each ear. You can watch how here.

Sew the ears on round 8 of the head with about 3 sc st space in between.

Sew the head on the neck, using both, the gray and white yarn ends from the neck.

Sew the tail centered on the back.

And that’s it! Your little wolf is complete!

Thank you so much for visiting! And thank you for using my pattern! I hope you enjoyed it!

You can pin this little wolf amigurumi pattern here for later.

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You are welcome to create products to sell on a small scale using this pattern. If you wish to do so, please refer back to my blog stellasyarnuniverse.com for the pattern.

Happy creating!

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