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Title: Crochet Batman Pattern: A Beginner-FriendlyTitle: Crochet Batman Pattern: A Beginner-Friendly Amigurumi PDF

Hello my dears. Today I will share the Batman amigurumi pattern, one of the DC Comics characters. As we all know, it is extremely difficult and troublesome to find such patterns for free. Thank you to tanyaasmile for this great crochet batman pattern. She is truly a great designer. If you examine his profile, you can find the characters of marvel and x-man movies, each more beautiful than the other. Returning to today’s batman doll pattern, it is simply designed. I think there is an amigurumi that almost everyone can do. If you’re ready, let’s start.

Designer: tanyaasmile

Skill level – intermediate. Pattern does not contain crochet tutorials!
You should have basic crochet skills.
Approx. 12 (4.7”) tall using the materials stated in the pattern. You may use any size yarn for this amigurumi, just make sure to use the hook size suggestion on the yarn label.
This pattern is for personal use only.
Publishing, distributing and sharing to social networks is prohibited.

– The hook suitable under your yarn. I have Clover Soft Touch 2.00 mm.
– Yarn: gray, yellow, beige, black and white colors. I used «YarnArt Jeans» yarn (160m in 50g, 55% cotton/45% polyacryl).
– Toys filler.
– Scissors.
– Tapestry needle.
– Pins.
– Stitch marker.

Terms used:
MR – magic ring
sc – single crochet
ch – chain stitch
sl st – slip stitch
blo – through back loops only
inc – increase (stitch 2 times into the next stitch)
dec – invisible decrease (crochet 2 sc together using invisible method)
dc – double crochet
hdc – half double crochet
(…)х n – repeat instructions in brackets n times
R – round.
Change colors in crochet. Loop your new yarn color over your hook.
Crochet your new yarn color back through the two loops on your hook.

– Crochet continuously in a spiral, unless otherwise specified.
– In order to not lose track of the number of worked stitches in each round, use a stitch marker to mark the beginning of each round – a thin thread of contrasting color.
– Crochet tightly enough so the filler is not visible through the holes between loops.
– Tightly and gradually fill all the details of the toy in the process of crocheting.
– Size of the finished toy can vary depending on the materials used, the density of crocheting and filling, etc.

*Stuff legs and body firmly, stuffing as you go.

Leg 1:
Start working with black yarn.
R1. 5 sc MR (5)
R2. 5 inc (10)
R3. – R5. 10 sc (10)
Continue on with gray.
R6. – R8. 10 sc (10)
Close and break the yarn.

Leg 2 + body:
Start working with black yarn.
R1. 5 sc MR (5)
R2. 5 inc (10)
R3. – R5. 10 sc (10)
Continue on with gray.
R6. – R8. 10 sc (10) Continue on with black. Crochet 2 sc.
Move the marker to the last loop. Stuff the legs.
Now we will start with the body.
R9. 2 ch, 10 sc, 2 sc, 10 sc (24) *it means that we sew 2 ch and attach sc to the second leg, then crochet 9 sc in a circle, 2 sc into the loops of those 2 air loops and 10 sc along the circle of the second leg, total24 loops.
R10. – R11. 24 sc (24)
Continue on with yellow.
R12. – R13. 24 sc (24)
Continue on with gray.
R14. – R15. 24 sc (24)
Stuff the body.
R16. (2 sc, dec)x6 (18)
R17. – R19. 18 sc (18)
R20. (1 sc, dec)x6 (12)
R21. 12 sc (12) Stuff the body firmly.
Close and break the yarn.

Crochet with black yarn.
R1. 6 sc MR (6)
R2. 6 inc (12)
R3. (1 sc, inc)x6 (18)
R4. (2 sc, inc)x6 (24)
R5. (3 sc, inc)x6 (30)
R6. (4 sc, inc)x6 (36)
R7. (5 sc, inc) x6 (42)
R8. – R13. 42 sc (42)

R14. (5 sc, dec)х2, 2 sc, BEIGE 3 sc, dec, 5 sc, dec, 4 sc, BLACK 1 sc, dec, 5 sc, dec (36)
R15. (4 sc, dec)х2, 2 sc, BEIGE 2 sc, dec, 4 sc, dec,4 sc BLACK dec 4 sc, dec (30)
R16. (3 sc, dec)х2, 2 sc, BEIGE 1 sc, dec, 3 sc, dec,3 sc, BLACK dec, 3 sc, dec (24)
R17. (2 sc, dec)x2, 2 sc, BEIGE dec, 2 sc, dec, 2 sc, BLACK dec, 2 sc, dec (18)
Continue on with gray.
R18. (sc, dec)x6 (12) Add stuffing. Leave the thread for sewing.

Arm x 2:
Crochet with black yarn.
R1. 6 sc MR (6)
R2. – R4. 6 sc (6)
Continue on with gray.
R5. – R11. 6 sc (6)
Do not stuff of the arm. Close.
Break the yarn and leave a long tail to sew arms to body.

Ear x2:
Crochet with black yarn.
R1. 4 sc MR (4)
R2. 4 inc (8)
R3. – R4. 8 sc (8)
R5. (1 sc, inc)x4 (12)
R6. 12 sc (12)
R7. 6 sc (12) Leave the thread for sewing.

Crochet with black yarn.
R1. 16 ch, starting from second ch from hook, 15 sc (15)
R2. – R6. ch, turn, 15 hdc (15)
R7. ch, turn, dec, 11 hdc, dec (13)
R8. ch, turn, dec, 9 hdc, dec (11)
R9. ch, turn, dec, 7 hdc, dec (9)
R10. ch, turn, dec, 5 hdc, dec (7)
Using black, SC evenly around the raincoat.
Crochet 12 ch to fix a raincoat on a neck.
Close and break the yarn, leaving a little tail.

1. Sew the head to the body.
2. Sew the arms to the body symmetrically.
3. Embroider the eyes with white thread.
4. Sew the ears to the head.

5. Embroider the Batman logo onto the chest with black thread or embroider the logo in yellow and black felt.
6. Sew the raincoat onto the back.

Crochet Batman PDF Easy Amigurumi Pattern is a beginner-friendly, step-by-step guide to creating a cute and cuddly Batman amigurumi. This pattern is perfect for those who are new to amigurumi or looking for an easy project. The pattern includes detailed instructions and photos to help you create your very own Batman doll. You’ll learn how to work in the round, increase and decrease stitches, and how to add facial features. With this pattern, you’ll be able to create a unique and personalized gift for a fan of the Caped Crusader. So, grab your yarn and hook and get ready to embark on an amigurumi adventure with Crochet Batman PDF Easy Amigurumi Pattern!