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Raspberry Pi Logo Amigurumi

Recently we are building our own Raspberry Pi cluster, so I made several small raspberries. It took me some while to finally write down this pattern because the colour-changing part is difficult to describe. I am sure this pattern can be improved. Therefore if you find some parts confusing, please leave me a message and I will try my best to help.  

If you want an ad-free PDF version you can get the pattern through my Ravelry store:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/raspberry-pi-logo-amigurumi.

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This is a pattern by LinZi. Feel free to contact me via

Ravelry (https://www.ravelry.com/people/SoftiesFromLinzi), 

Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/softiesfromlinzi) or 

Blogger (https://www.softieslinzi.art/). 

Please send me messages or tag me if you have any problem following the pattern, notice a mistake, or just show me your creation.

Please do not redistribute this pattern, link to my Ravelry, Instagram or Blogger account instead. Make as many as you like for yourself or your friends, but please do not sell them. Thank you!

Materials

Yarns:

- Green

- Black

- Red

Yarn weight is not very important, but please choose the hook accordingly.

I used Catona cotton from Scheepjes (which is 50 grams - 125 m) with a 2.5 mm hook. The end product is around 4.5*3*3 cm big.

Please note that by using thicker yarn and a bigger crochet hook, your end product will be bigger than mine. You can also create a smaller product by using thinner yarn and a smaller crochet hook.

For stuffing:

You can use the polyfill or any other type of filling you like.

Abbreviations

Rnd = round

ch = chain

st = stitch

ss = slip stitch

sc = single crochet

hdc = half double crochet

dc = double crochet

dec = decrease by sc 2 together (I used invisible decrease)

inc = increase by sc 2 in one st

bbs = bobble stitch

‘...” = the part you need to repeat


*Note: how to crochet the bobble stitch

1. Yarn over, insert hook into stitch and pull up a loop. Yarn over, pull through two. (This is essentially completing the first half of one double crochet stitch.) If it is the first stitch of this row, just ch 2 as this first step. 

2. Repeat number one in the same stitch/space 4 times until you have a total of 5 loops (4 loops if this is the first of the row) on your hook.

3. Yarn over, and pull through all the loops at once. (It helps to keep this part a bit tighter than the rest.


*Note: colour changes

In this pattern, all the bobble stitches use red yarn, and all the hdc between bobble stitches use black yarn. When doing a stitch, change the yarn when you pull through all the loops at last.

Pattern

Raspberry

(yarn colour: black yarn, red yarn)

Rnd 01: start with 6sc in magic ring (6)

Rnd 02: 6inc (12)

Rnd 03: ‘bbs, hdc’, repeat * 6 (12)

Rnd 04: ‘inc, sc’, repeat * 6 (18)

Rnd 05: ‘2hdc, bbs, ’, repeat * 6 (18)

Rnd 06: ‘dec, sc’, repeat * 6 (12)

Rnd 07: ‘bbs, hdc’, repeat * 6 (12)

Rnd 08: 6dec (6)

then fasten off and close the bottom, hiding the tail of the yarn


with red yarn, create the red bump at the bottom separately:

ch3, then do a bbs on the first st on this chain, then chain 2 st on the first st on this chain

sew this bump on the bottom (Rnd 08) of the raspberry

 

Leaves

With black yarn, create the branches of the leaves

ch4 (part 1), ch4 work from the 2nd st, 3sl, then ch4 (part 2)


With green yarn, start from the outside of the 1st ch of part 2

ch1, <hdc, ch1 turn and sl on the back loop of this ch>, 

<dc, ch1 turn and sl on the back loop of this ch>, 

<hdc, ch1 turn and sl on the back loop of this ch>, 

<sc, ch1 turn and sl on the back loop of this ch> * repeat 2 times in the same st;

turn and continue work on the inner side of part 2

<sc, ch1 turn and sl on the back loop of this ch> * repeat 2 times in the same st,

<hdc, ch1 turn and sl on the back loop of this ch>,

<dc, ch1 turn and sl on the back loop of this ch>,

<hdc, ch1 turn and sl on the back loop of this ch>, ch1 and sl in the same st;

now you have one leaf, repeat all these steps on part 1 to create another leaf.

 fasten off and hide the tail of the yarn. Sew the leaves on the raspberry.



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