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Wilbur the Wild Boar

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Materials
 Yarn/wool: I have used Catania yarn from Schachenmayr in grey (0199 – 2 x
50g), white (0106 < 50g), dark grey (0393 < 50g) and pink (0246 – 50g) color.
For the acorn auburn (0188 < 50g) and brown (0254 < 50g) color.
 Crochet hook: 3.0 mm
 Tapestry needle
 Filling
 Scissors
 Two 8 mm black safety eyes
 Optional: pebble (diagonal: 3 cm) to make Wilbur’s bottom heavier

Abbreviations
St(s) - stitch(es)
Ch - chain
Sc - single crochet
Slst - slip stitch
ls - loop stitch
Inc - increase (2 sc in next st)
Dec - decrease (2 sc worked off together)
(nr) - indicates the total number of stitches in the current row/round
()* - repeat the instruction stated in parenthesis all around
()2-times - repeat the instruction stated in parenthesis twice
()3-times - repeat the instruction stated in parenthesis 3-times
FO - fasten off

Important Notes
 All rounds are worked in a continuous spiral (except Wilbur’s bristles and eyelids).
Do not join or turn, unless instructed otherwise
 You may find it useful to use a stitchmarker for counting your rounds
 Take your time to create your amigurumi’s face, it is a very important part of the
final result
 While stuffing take care to give each part a nice shape
 Using invisible decrease instead of decrease makes the final result nicer

Size of finished figure


Using the given yarn and hook size the size of Wilbur will be 14 cm by 20 cm.

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Realization
Mouth

With grey yarn:

Round 1. 6 sc in double adjustable ring (6)


Round 2. inc* (12)
Round 3. sc* (12)
Round 4. (2 sc, inc)* (16)
Round 5. sc* (16)
Round 6. (3 sc, inc)* (20)
Round 7. (4 sc, inc)* (24)
Round 8. inc, 3 sc, dec, 4 sc, 3 inc, 3 sc, dec, 4 sc, 2 inc (28)
Round 9. sc, inc, 3 sc, dec, 3 sc, (sc, inc) 3-times, 3 sc, dec, 3 sc, (sc, inc)2-times(32)
Round 10. sc* (32)

FO.

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Head and body

With pink yarn:

Round 1. ch 6 (6)
Round 2. sc in second ch from hook, sc, 3 sc in next ch, sc, 3 sc in last ch.
Continue on the other side of beginning ch: 3 sc, 2 sc into the last
ch (you made the first sc into this ch) (14)
Round 3. 3 sc, 3 sc in next stitch, 3 sc, 3 sc in next stitch, 5 sc, 3 sc in last
stitch (20)
Round 4. 4 sc, 3 sc in next stitch, 5 sc, 3 sc in next stitch, 7 sc, 3 sc in next
stitch, sc (26)

With grey yarn:

Round 5. In back loops: 3 sc, dec, sc, dec, 18 sc (24)


Round 6. – Round 12. sc* (24)
Round 13. 4 sc, inc, (7 sc, inc) 2-times, 3 sc (27)
Round 14. 5 sc, inc, 21 sc (28)
Round 15. 6 sc, inc, (8 sc, inc) 2-times, 3 sc (31)
Round 16. 7 sc, inc, 23 sc (32)
Round 17. 8 sc, inc, (9 sc, inc) 2-times, 3 sc (35)
Round 18. 9 sc, inc, 25 sc (36)
Round 19. 7 sc, 4 inc, (10 sc, inc) 2-times, 3 sc (42)
Round 20. sc* (42)
Round 21. 7 sc, (sc, inc) 4-times, (11 sc, inc) 2-times, 3 sc (48)

In next round mouth and head will be crocheted together. Please keep the mouth at hand
and fold it in half. Align the mouth with the head (on top of each other). The starting
point on the mouth will be the 14th stitch after the finishing stitch (see first picture below).

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Round 22. 31 sc, take the mouth, insert hook through mouth and head stitches as you
see on the pictures above: 14 sc, work again into the head stitches: 3 sc (48)
Round 23. 7 sc, (2 sc, inc) 4-times, 12 sc, insert hook through the remaining stitches
of the mouth, see pictures below: 18 sc, work again into the head stitches: 3 sc (56)

Round 24. – Round 25. sc* (56)


Round 26. 7 sc, (3 sc, inc) 4-times, 33 sc (60)
Round 27. 16 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 38 sc (62)
Round 28. 17 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 38 sc (64)
Round 29. 18 sc, inc, 6 sc, inc, 38 sc (66)
Round 30. 49 sc, inc, 7 sc, inc, 8 sc (68)
Round 31. 50 sc, inc, 8 sc, inc, 8 sc (70)
Round 32. 11 sc, dec, (4 sc, dec) 3-times, 39 sc (66)
Round 33. sc* (66)
Round 34. 10 sc, dec, (3 sc, dec) 3-times, 39 sc (62)
Round 35. sc* (62)
Round 36. 9 sc, dec, (2 sc, dec) 3-times, 39 sc (58)
Round 37. sc* (58)
Round 38. 8 sc, dec, (sc, dec) 3-times, 39 sc (54)
Round 39. – Round 41. sc* (54)
Round 42. 13 sc, dec, (16 sc, dec) 2-times, 3 sc (51)
Round 43. sc* (51)
Round 44. 12 sc, dec, (15 sc, dec) 2-times, 3 sc (48)
Round 45. sc* (48)
Round 46. 11 sc, dec, (14 sc, dec) 2-times, 3 sc (45)
Round 47. sc* (45)
Round 48. 10 sc, dec, (13 sc, dec) 2-times, 3 sc (42)

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Round 49. sc* (42)
Round 50. (4 sc, dec) 5-times, 10 sc, dec (36)
Round 51. sc* (36)
Start stuffing and keep on stuffing while crocheting. Take care to give it a nice shape!
Insert a pebble into Wilbur’s bottom in order to stabilize the ready figure.

Round 52. (3 sc, dec) 5-times, 9 sc, dec (30)


Round 53. (2 sc, dec) 5-times, 8 sc, dec (24)
Round 54. (sc, dec) 5-times, 7 sc, dec (18)
Round 55. (sc, dec)* (12)
Round 36. dec* (6)
FO. Close the hole by leading the thread through the front loops of last round, pull it tight
and weave the yarn tail into the body.
Form the head with 1 big stitch with grey yarn. For the exact place and position see the
pictures below (it is made in the 26th grey round with 21 stitches distance). Pull the yarn
tight, make a knot and hide the yarn tail in the head.

With pink yarn embroider the nostrils. One nostril is formed by 1 big stitch from one end
of the starting chain on the nose to the point where the big stitch was made on the head. For
the exact place and position see the pictures below. Pull the yarn tight, make a knot on the
head to fix the nostril and hide the yarn tail in the head. Create the 2nd nostril similarly.

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Eyes

Eyeballs with white yarn (make 2):

Round 1. ch 4 (4)
Round 2. sc in second ch from hook, sc, 3 sc in last ch. Continue on the other
side of beginning ch: sc, 2 sc into the last ch
(you made the first sc into this ch) (8)
Round 3. inc, sc, 3 inc, sc, 2 inc (14)
Round 4. (sc, inc), sc, (sc, inc) 3-times, sc, (sc, inc) 2-times (20)
Round 5. sc* (20)

FO. Leave a long yarn tail for sewing it to the head.

Eyelids with golden grey yarn (make 2):

Eyelids are crocheted in rows.

Row 1. ch10 (10)


Row 2.Starting at second ch from hook 9 sc, turn (9)
Row 3.dec, 5 sc, dec, turn (7)
Row 4.3 dec, slst, DO NOT TURN!

Slst around. FO. Leave a long yarn tail for sewing it to the head.

Insert the black safety eyes into the eyeball (see pictures above). With invisible stitches sew
the eyes to the head. For the exact place see the pictures below. Stuff the eyes softly with a
small amount of filling while sewing. Sew the eyelids onto the eyeballs.

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Ears

With grey yarn (make 2):

Round 1. 3 sc in double adjustable ring (3)


Round 2. inc* (6)
Round 3. (sc, inc)* (9)
Round 4. (2 sc, inc)* (12)
Round 5. (3 sc, inc)* (15)
Round 6. (4 sc, inc)* (18)
Round 7. (2 sc, inc)* (24)
Round 8. (3 sc, inc)* (30)
Round 9. – Round 16. sc* (30)
Round 17. (3 sc, dec)* (24)
Round 18. (2 sc, dec)* (18)
Round 19. (sc, dec)* (12)

FO; leave a long yarn tail. Flatten the ears (see picture above) and with invisible stitches
sew them to the head. See pictures below for the exact place.

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Trotters

With dark grey and later on grey yarn (make 4):


Start the trotter with dark grey yarn (make 2):

Round 1. 3 sc in double adjustable ring (3)


Round 2. inc* (6)
Round 3. sc* (6)
Repeat 2 times until you have 2 toes. Fasten off and weave in the yarn end on the first toe.
Do not fasten off on the second one. Crochet the 2 toes to each other with 1 sc (see picture
above) and go on:
Round 4. 5 sc in next 5 stitches of first toe, 5 sc in next 5 stitches of second toe (10)
With grey yarn:
Round 5. sc* in back loops (10)
Round 6. – Round 8. sc* (10)
Round 9. (sc, inc)* (15)
Round 10. (2 sc, inc)* (20)
FO. Leave a long yarn tail for sewing it to the body.
Stuff the legs and sew them to the body. See exact place and position on the pictures below.

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Tusks

With white yarn (make 2):

Round 1. 4 sc in double adjustable ring (4)


Round 2. 3 sc, inc (5)
Round 3. 4 sc, inc (6)
Round 4. 5 sc, inc (7)
Round 5. – Round 14. 2 sc, dec, 2 sc, inc (7)

FO. Leave a long yarn tail and with invisible stitches sew the tusks into the mouth. See
the exact place and position on the pictures below.

With grey yarn and invisible stitches sew the two sides of the mouth to the head to prevent
it from opening too wide. Your stitches should go through the tusks as well, in order to fix
their position.

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Bristles

With dark grey yarn:

Bristles are crocheted in rows.

Row 1. ch 11 (11)
Row 2.10 ls, ch1, turn (10)
Row 3.10 sc, ch 8, turn (18)
Row 4.17 ls, ch1, turn (17)
Row 5.10 sc, ch1, turn (10)
Row 6.10 ls (10)

FO. Leave a long yarn tail and with invisible stitches sew it to the head and back. See the
exact place and position on the pictures below.

Cut the bristles to a length of 1,5 cm.

With the dark grey yarn tail embroider the nose as you see on the pictures below:

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Tail

With grey yarn:

Round 1. 5 sc in double adjustable ring (5)


Round 2. – Round 5. sc* (5)

FO. Leave a long yarn tail for sewing it to the body.

With dark grey yarn:

Round 1. 5 sc in double adjustable ring (5)


Round 2. ls* (5)

FO. Leave a long yarn tail and sew it to the end of Wilbur’s tail.

Sew the tail to the body

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Acorn

With auburn yarn:

Round 1. 6 sc in double adjustable ring (6)


Round 2. inc* (12)
Round 3. (sc, inc)* (18)
Round 4. – Round 11. sc* (18)
Round 12. (4 sc, dec)* (15)

Stuff it and keep on stuffing as you go on.

Round 13. (3 sc, dec)* (12)


Round 14. (2 sc, dec)* (9)

FO. Close the hole by leading the thread through the front loops of last round, pull it tight
and weave the yarn tail into the acorn.

With brown yarn:

Round 1. 3 sc in double adjustable ring (3)


Round 2. – Round 4. sc* (3)
Round 5. inc* (6)
Round 6. inc* (12)
Round 7. (sc, inc)* (18)
Round 8. (2 sc, inc)* (24)
Round 9. – Round 10. sc* (18)

FO. Leave a long yarn tail and with invisible stitches sew it to the acorn.

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CONGRATULATION! Wilbur the Wild Boar is ready!!!

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