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Lady Liberty free amigurumi pattern

Lady Liberty free amigurumi pattern

As we gear up to celebrate the 4th of July, I’m excited to introduce a special addition to our amigurumi family: the Lady Liberty! This free amigurumi pattern is a delightful way to commemorate Independence Day with a touch of crochet creativity. Designed with all the love and attention to detail that you’ve come to expect from my patterns, this Lady Liberty a is perfect for adding a patriotic flair to your holiday decor or gifting to a dear friend. It’s also a wonderful way to celebrate one of the world’s most famous tourist landmarks. Join me in celebrating this special day by crocheting your very own amigurumi tribute to one of America’s most iconic symbols. Let’s dive into the pattern and start crocheting Lady Liberty together!

Hello there! My name is Ana! Welcome to Little crochet farm.

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Lady Liberty amigurumi free pattern

Materials:

  • 2mm crochet hook 
  • Light green yarn and a little bit of yellow for the torch. I used 100% cotton, sports yarn. The brand used for this toy is a local brand that I purchase in the shop nearby. For similar yarn with the same quality and thickness I recommend this one, which I also use for many of my toys.
  • Black thread for embroidering the eyes. 
  • Stuffing material
  • Scissors
  • Sewing needle.
  • Or, you can use safety eyes! The position is at the end of this post.

Finish size: 13cm or (about) 5 inches

For a low cost, ad-free and printable pattern, you can find it in Ravelry here! And on Etsy here!

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DRESS

With pale green chain 26 and start crocheting in the first chain, closing a circle.

For the first round, you will crochet in the third loop of the chain (if you don’t know where is located the third loop, watch the minute 0:52 of this video).

1 to 6 rnd  26sc

7 rnd  5sc, 1dec, 12sc, 1dec, 5sc Total 24sts

8 to 12 rnd  24sts

13 rnd  (2sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 18sts

• Join with a slip stitch.

• Cut the yarn and fasten it off.

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DRESS DETAIL

With pale green chain 35. Start crocheting in the first chain, closing a circle.

1 rnd  10sl, 25sc

2 and 3 rnd  10blsl, 25blsc

• Join with a sl.

• Cut the yarn and fasten it off.

• Leave a small tail for sewing it.



BODY

With pale green yarn start

1 rnd  6sc in a magic ring

2 rnd  6inc Total 12sts

3 rnd  12bpsc

4 and 5 rnd  12sc

• Cut the yarn and fasten it off.

• Make another one following the same instructions.

• Don’t fasten off the second leg and connect the two legs by inserting the loop of the needle inside one stitch of the first leg, following,

6 rnd  24sc(12 from each leg)

7 to 10 rnd  24sc  

11 rnd  (6sc, 1dec) repeat 3 times Total 21sts

12 to 14 rnd  21sc

15 rnd  (5sc, 1dec) repeat 3 times Total 18sts

16 rnd  18sc

• Stop here for adding stuffing material before continuing.

• For the next round, you will crochet together with the dress.

17 rnd  18sc with the dress

18 rnd  18blsl

• For the next round, you will work only in the remaining front loop of the previous round.

19 rnd  FL (1sc, 1inc) repeat 9 times Total 27sts

20 rnd  (2sc, 1inc) repeat 9 times Total 36sts

21 rnd  (5sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 42sts

22 to 29 rnd  42sc

30 rnd  (5sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 36sts

31 rnd  (4sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 30sts

32 rnd  (3sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 24sts

33 rnd  (2sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 18sts

• Stop here for finish stuffing the doll.

34 rnd  (1sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 12sts

• Cut the yarn, fasten it off and hide the remaining tail inside the toy.

ARMS

Continue working with the green.

1 rnd  6sc in a magic ring

2 rnd  (2sc, 1inc) repeat 2 times Total 8sts

3 to 8 rnd    8sc

9 rnd  4sc (crocheting the sides together, closing the arms) 

• Cut the yarn and fasten it off.

• Leave a small tail for sewing it.

HAIR

With green color yarn start,

1 rnd  6sc in a magic ring

2 rnd  6inc Total 12sts

3 rnd  (1sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 18sts

4 rnd  (2sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 24sts

5 rnd  (3sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 30sts

6 rnd  (4sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 36sts

7 rnd  (5sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 42sts

8 to 11 rnd  42sc

12 rnd  chain 2, 12dc, chain 2, 1sl, chain 2, 12dc, chain 2,   1sc, (chain 7, skip the first chain, 6sc, join with sc)   repeat 16 times.

• Cut the yarn and fasten it off.

• Leave a long tail for sewing it.

CROWN

With pale green chain 28. Skip the first chain and start,

1 row  27sc, chain 1, turn

2 row  1blsc, (chain 5, skip the first chain, 1sl, 1sc, 1hdc, 1dc, skip   one st from the foundation, 3blsc) repeat 7 times, 1blsc

• Cut the yarn and fasten it off. Leave a tail for sewing it.

TORCH

With pale green start,

1 rnd  4sc in a magic ring

2 rnd  4sc

3 rnd  (1inc, 1sc) repeat 2 times Total 6sts

4 rnd  6sc

5 rnd  6FL inc Total 12sts

6 rnd  12bpsc

7 rnd  12sc

• Join with a sl.

• Cut the yarn, fasten it off and leave a small tail for sewing.

FLAME

With yellow start,

1 rnd  6sc in a magic ring

2 and 3 rnd  6sc

4 rnd  (2sc, 1inc) repeat 2 times Total 8sts

5 rnd  8sc

• Cut the yarn and fasten it off.

• Sew the flame inside the torch

BOOK

Chain 5. Skip the first chain and start,

1 to 4 row  4sc, chain 1 and turn.

• After the row 4, crochet the contour around the detail following 3sc in the corner, 4sc going down, 3sc in the next corner, 3sc, 3sc in the next corner, 4sc. Join with a sl.

ASSEMBLY

  1. Place the hair on Lady Liberty’s head, and use pins to fasten the hair to prevent moving while sewing it. Sew all around the hair.
  2. Sew the crown above the round with the double crochet.
  3. Sew the left arm between rounds 7 and 11 of the body.
  4. Dress the dress detail, placing it over the left shoulder. Sew it around the body.
  5. Place the book on her left hand and sew it.
  6. Sew the right arm in round 11, taking 4 stitches in length. Add a small stitch to sew the arm on her face so it remains standing.
  7. Sew the torch in the third round of the arm.
  8. Embroider the eyes in round 24 leaving 5 stitches between them.
Congratulations!!!

Your Lady Liberty amigurumi is ready!

I hope you enjoy this pattern, and if you have any questions or comments in general, leave them in the comment box below.

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I also will share here my Ravelry shop where you can find a bit more advanced crochet patterns. And, on Ravelry, there is available a low-cost printable version of these free patterns you can see here.

See you next time!

Love,

Ana

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LINDA

Monday 24th of April 2023

Ana, your crochet is so perfect looking and your designs are so much fun and easy to follow. Thank you so much and I am happy to be receiving your Newsletter! Linda

littlecrochetfarm

Monday 8th of May 2023

Hey Linda! Thank you so much for the kind comment! I am happy to have you in the Newsletter!

Vanessa Molinaro

Monday 24th of April 2023

Hi Ana!

This is so cute! I got started on it right away :)

I think there may be an error in row 34 of the body. I believe it should say repeat 4 times.

As always, thank you for sharing your work! Hope you are spending lots of quality time with baby!

Vanessa

littlecrochetfarm

Monday 8th of May 2023

Hey Vanessa! Thank you so much for the kind words and for the typo correction!!! I just updated! Ivi and I are glued together! A lot of quality time, and I heard this many times but now I know...they DO grow super fast...!! Ana

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