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    Vorrei sapere se esistono schemi amigurumi in italiano o inglese per realizzare Hello Kitty. Ne ho visti di bellissimi ma hanno tutti le spiegazioni in giapponese !!
    Grazie di cuore

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    Ti allego lo schema di hello kitty hawaiana per se non ci metti i fronsolini della gonna puoi farla come vuoi...
    spero che ti vada bene!!! Purtroppo in inglese... per vedi se qualcuno qui del forum ti pu aiutare io nn sono molto brava con le traduzioni...Se hai bisogno di altri schemi chiedi pure!!!!
    schemi amigurumi-hoola-kitty-front-jpg


    Abbreviations:
    SC = Single Crochet
    Ch = Chain
    Rnd(s) = Round(s)
    Beg = Beginning
    SL ST = Slip Stitch
    Sts = Stitches
    2tog = Crochet 2 stitches together (decrease)
    * = Repeat stitches from * to end of *

    Head:
    Ch 2
    Rnd 1: Work 5 sc in second ch from hook = 5 sc
    Rnd 2: Work 2 sc in each sc = 10 sc
    Rnd 3: *Sc in first sc, 2 sc in second sc*, repeat from * around = 15 sc
    Rnd 4: *Sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc*, repeat from * around = 20 sc
    Rnd 5: *Sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc*, repeat from * around = 25 sc
    Rnd 6: *Sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc*, repeat from * around = 30 sc
    Rnds 7-12: Sc in each sc around Rnd 13: *Sc in next 4 sc, sc 2tog*, repeat from * around = 25 sc
    Rnd 14: *Sc in next 3 sc, sc 2tog*, repeat from * around = 20 sc
    Rnd 15: *Sc in next 2 sc, sc 2tog*, repeat from * around = 15 sc
    Fasten off, leaving a long tail; position safety eyes and stuff firmly. Weave in and close opening.

    Head Band:
    Rnd 1: With Sage Green Yarn, insert crochet hook into st about 6 rows down on the head and pull yarn through to form a loop.
    Rnd 2: Sc around head by inserting crochet hook into st and crochet around, you will have approximately 22 sc around. (Don’t worry if you have a few or less sts.)
    Rnd 3: Sl st through ea sc around. Fasten off, leave a long tail.
    Rnd 4: Thread yarn through needle and run needle through band, securing each st – you will have four loops. Cut loops – you will have 4 strands of yarn.

    Ears: (Make 2)
    Ch 2
    Rnd 1: Work 5 sc in second ch from hook = 5 sc
    Rnd 2: Work 2 sc in each sc = 10 sc
    Rnd 3: Sc in ea sc around
    Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing. Do not stuff. Fold in half. Sew ears on head just above the head band.

    Flower: I used a decorative button for the flower for her ear. You can use a satin rosette or crochet a small flower or a bow.

    Body:
    Ch 2
    Rnd 1: Work 5 sc in second ch from hook = 5 sc
    Rnd 2: Work 2 sc in each sc around = 10 sc
    Rnd 3: *Sc in first sc, 2 sc in second sc*, repeat from * around = 15 sc
    Rnd 4: *Sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc*, repeat from * around = 20 sc
    Rnd 5: *Sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc*, repeat from * around = 25 sc
    Rnds 6-10: Sc in each sc around
    Rnd 11: *Sc in next 3 sc, sc 2tog*, repeat from * around = 20 sc
    Rnd 12: *Sc in next 2 sc, sc 2tog*, repeat from * around = 15 sc
    Rnd 13: *Sc in next sc, sc 2tog*, repeat from * around = 10 sc
    Fasten off leave long tail; stuff firmly. Weave in and close opening.

    Hoola Skirt:
    To make the band for the hoola skirt:
    Rnd 1: With Sage Color Yarn, insert crochet hook in middle of body through stitch and pull yarn through to form a loop. (5 rows down).
    Rnd 2: Sc around body by inserting crochet hook into each stitch = 25 sc around.
    Fasten off, weave in yarn.
    Note: It is ok if you have a couple more or less stitches.

    To make the “grass” for the hoola skirt:
    Rnd 1: With Bubble Gum Color Yarn, cut 4 – 6” pieces. Fold in half and pull through waist band stitch – pull yarn through loop to form a fringe.
    Continue around until the hoola skirt is completely covered with fringe, approximately 18 pieces of fringe. Again, depending on the yarn you use, you may have a few more or a few less fringe. It is ok. Continue with fringe until entire skirt is complete. Place your fringe as close together as possible.
    Rnd 2: Trim fringe – it should cover the bottom of the body.
    NOTE: You will trim the fringe skirt after you are done.

    Arms: (Make 2)
    Ch 2
    Rnd 1: Work 5 sc in second ch from hook = 5 sc
    Rnd 2-6: Sc in ea sc around
    Fasten off, leave long tail for sewing. Do not stuff.

    Legs: (make 2)
    Ch 2
    Rnd 1: Work 5 sc in second ch from hook = 5 sc
    Rnd 2-4: Sc in ea sc around
    Fasten off, leave long tail. Do not stuff.


    To Assemble:
    1. Head is complete - Attach to body. 2. Attach arms.
    3. Attach legs.
    4. Using pink embroidery floss, sew nose.

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    Grazie, sei gentilissima, mi sa che mia figlia impazzir anche per la gonnellina...
    Ne ho gi usati tantissimi in inglese. Una volta che hai imparato la tecnica il procedimento sempre uguale! Di schemi ne anche io molto, mi manca l' ape.....

    Grazie ancora

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    l'apedi hello kitty?

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    Eccoti l'ape!!!! ti chiedo un favorino allora se sei brava con le traduzioni, nel forum sotto la tua richiesta e ho postata una io, mi puoi aiutare con qll raduzione? un riccio...
    Head:
    (In White Yarn)
    R1: Ch 11
    R2: (top side of chain) Staring in the second chain from the hook sc into next 9 stitches, increase. (Bottom side of chain) sc into next 9, increase
    R3: SlSt, Ch 1, 8 sc, 3 increase, 8 sc, 2 increase
    R4: SlSt, Ch 1, 9 sc, 2(increase, sc), increase, 9 sc, 2 (increase, sc)
    R5: SlSt, Ch 1, 10 sc, 2(increase, 2 sc), increase, 10 sc, 2 (increase, 2 sc)
    R6: SlSt, Ch 1, 11 sc, 2(increase, 3 sc), increase, 11 sc, 2 (increase, 3 sc)
    R7: SlSt, Ch 1, 12 sc, 2(increase, 4 sc), increase, 12 sc, 2 (increase, 4 sc)
    R8: SlSt, Ch 1, 13 sc, 2(increase, 5 sc), increase, 13 sc, 2 (increase, 5 sc)
    R9: SlSt, Ch 1, 14 sc, 2(increase, 6 sc), increase, 14 sc, 2 (increase, 6 sc)
    R10 -16: Sc across (64 stitches)
    R17: SlSt, Ch 1, 14 sc, 2(decrease, 6 sc), decrease, 14 sc, 2 (decrease, 6sc)
    R18: Sc across (58 stitches)
    R19: SlSt, Ch 1, 13 sc, 2(decrease, 5 sc), decrease, 13 sc, 2 (decrease, 5sc)
    R20: Sc across (52 stitches)
    R21: SlSt, Ch 1, 12 sc, 2(decrease, 4 sc), decrease, 12 sc, 2 (decrease, 4sc)
    R22: SlSt, Ch 1, 11 sc, 2(decrease, 3 sc), decrease, 11 sc, 2 (decrease, 3sc)
    R23: SlSt, Ch 1, 10 sc, 2(decrease, 2 sc), decrease, 10 sc, 2 (decrease, 2sc)
    R24: SlSt, Ch 1, 9 sc, 2(decrease, sc), decrease, 9 sc, 2 (decrease, sc)
    R25: SlSt, Ch 1, 8 sc, decrease, 2 sc, decrease, 8 sc, decrease, 2sc
    FO, leaving long tail to sew to body

    Face:
    Using black yarn or thread embroider on whiskers. Then cut out a round circle in yellow felt and two ovals in black felt to use for a nose and eyes. Eyes and nose can also be embroidered on with yarn or thread.

    Ears (2x):
    (In White Yarn)
    Chain 2
    R1: 6 sc in second chain from hook
    R2: SlSt, Ch 1, sc into same stitch you SlSt, 5 sc
    R3: SlSt, Ch 1, 3 (increase, sc)
    R4: SlSt, Ch1, sc, increase, 2 (2 sc, increase), sc
    R5: SlSt, Ch1, 2 sc, increase, 2 (3 sc, increase), sc
    R6: SlSt, Ch1, 3 sc, increase, 2 (4 sc, increase), sc
    R7: SlSt, Ch1, 2 sc, increase, 2 (5 sc, increase), 3 sc
    FO, leaving long tail to sew to body

    Antenna (2x):
    (In Orange Yarn)
    Chain 2
    R1: 6 sc in second chain from hook
    R2: SlSt, Ch 1, sc into same stitch you Slst, 5 sc
    R3: SlSt, Ch 1, increase across
    R4-5: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    R6: SlSt, Ch 1, decreases across
    FO
    Connect to head with black pipe-cleaner

    Body:
    (In Yellow Yarn)
    Chain 2
    R1: 6 sc in second chain from hook
    R2: SlSt, Ch 1, sc into same stitch you Slst, 5 sc
    R3: SlSt, Ch 1, increase across
    R4: SlSt, Ch 1, 6 (sc, increase)
    R5: SlSt, Ch 1, increase, 5 (3 sc, increase), sc
    R6: SlSt, Ch 1, 2 sc, increase, 5 (3 sc, increase), sc
    R7: SlSt, Ch 1, 6 (4 sc, increase)
    R8: SlSt, Ch 1, 2 sc, increase, 5 (5 sc, increase), 3 sc
    R9: SlSt, Ch 1, 6 (6 sc, increase)
    R10: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    (In Black Yarn)
    R11-13: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    (In Yellow Yarn)
    R14: SlSt, Ch 1, 6 (6 sc, decrease)
    R15: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    (In Black Yarn)
    R16-17: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    R18: SlSt, Ch 1, 2 sc, decrease, 5 (5 sc, decrease), 3 sc
    (In Yellow Yarn)
    R19: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    R20: SlSt, Ch 1, 6 (4 sc, decrease)
    R21: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    R22: SlSt, Ch 1, 2 sc, decrease, 5 (3 sc, decrease), sc
    R23: R21: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    FO

    Tail:
    (In White Yarn)
    Chain 2
    R1: 6 sc in second chain from hook
    R2: SlSt, Ch 1, sc into same stitch you SlSt, 5 sc
    R3: SlSt, Ch 1, 6 increases
    R4-6: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    FO, leaving long tail to sew to body

    Foot (2x):
    (In White Yarn)
    R1: Ch 9
    R2: (top side of chain) starting with second chain from hook sc into next 7 stitches, increase. (Bottom side of chain) sc into next 7, increase
    R3: SlSt, Ch 1, increase, 6 sc, 3 increase, 6 sc, 2 increases
    R4: SlSt, Ch 1, increase, 7 sc, increase, 2 (sc, increase), 8 sc, 2 increase, sc
    R5: SlSt, Ch 1, 9 sc, 3 (decrease, sc), decrease, 11 sc
    FO, leaving long tail to sew to body

    Arm (2x):
    (In White Yarn)
    Chain 2
    R1: 6 sc in second chain from hook
    R2: SlSt, Ch 1, sc into same stitch you SlSt, 5 sc
    R3: SlSt, Ch 1, 6 increases
    R4: SlSt, Ch 1, 6 (sc, increase)
    R5: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    R6: SlSt, Ch 1, 3 (4sc, decrease)
    R7-10: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    R11: SlSt, Ch 1, 2 sc, decrease, 2 (3 sc, decrease), sc
    R12-13: SlSt, Ch 1, sc across
    R14: SlSt, Ch 1, sc, decrease, 2 (2 sc, decrease) sc
    R15: SlSt, Ch 1, 3 (sc, decrease)
    FO, leaving long tail to sew to body

    Upper Wing Piece (2x):
    (In Blue Yarn)
    R1: Ch 4
    R2: (top side of chain) into second chain from hook: sc into next 2, increase, (bottom side of chain) 2 sc, increase
    R3: SlSt, Ch 1, increase, sc, 3 increase, sc, 2 increase
    R4: SlSt, Ch 1, increase, sc, 2 hdc into next stitch, 2 (dc, 2 dc into next stitch), 2 hdc, 2 (increase, sc)
    FO, leaving long tail to body

    Lower Wing Piece (2x):
    (In Blue Yarn)
    R1: Ch 4
    R2: (top side of chain) into second chain from hook: sc into next 2, increase, (bottom side of chain) 2 sc, increase
    R3: SlSt, Ch 3, 2 dc into next stitch, hdc, 3 increase, hdc, 2 (2 dc into next stitch)
    FO, leaving long tail to sew to body

    Lady Bug:
    (In Red Yarn)
    Chain 2
    R1: 6 sc in second chain from hook
    R2: SlSt, Ch 1, sc into same stitch you SlSt, 5 sc
    R3: SlSt, increase across
    R4: SlSt, Ch 1, 6 (sc, increase)
    R5: SlSt, Ch 1, sc, increase 5 (2 sc, increase), sc
    FO, leave tail to sew onto piece

    Using White Yarn or thread, embroider a line down the center of the lady bug to divide its wings. Then cut out 4 round dots in black felt to sew or glue on as spots, along with a half circle that will be glued or sewed onto the edge of the lady bug to define it’s head.

    Flower:
    (In Yellow Yarn)
    Chain 2
    R1: 5 sc in second chain from hook
    (In Pink Yarn)
    R2: SlSt, Ch 3, dc, ch2, SlSt into the same spot you dc, 4 (ch 2, dc, ch 2, SlSt into same spot you dc)
    FO, leave tail to sew onto piece

    Finish:
    - Stuff Pieces
    - Sew ears to head
    - Sew head, arms and legs to body
    - Sew wings together then onto the back of the body
    - Sew on any Add ons
    - If you have not already done so glue on felt pieces for face and attach the antennas

    schemi amigurumi-untitled-jpg

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    Grazie, bellissima ma intendevo una normale ape.
    Ti aiuto volentieri se la trovo...... adesso la cerco !

    Grazie

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    http://img651.imageshack.us/img651/9...ibyheliina.pdf
    guarda unp se lo riescia vedere sarebbe questa
    schemi amigurumi-000f6tbg_medium-gif

    http://www.coatsandclark.com/Crafts/...t+Baby+Bee.htm
    mentre qui ti rovi il pdf e sarebbe questaschemi amigurumi-n2crgi-jpg

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    grazie, la seconda ape bellissima !!!

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