Inosuke Crochet Pattern

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After Nezuko crochet pattern, this time I share Inosuke crochet pattern from Demon Slayer, which is currently airing Season 4. One of the anime I look forward to the most. I once made a poll on Instagram and the favorite character whose crochet pattern was requested was Inosuke! Even though it took quite a long time, Inosuke crochet pattern was finally published.

inosuke amigurumi crochet pattern

In this chibi version of Inosuke amigurumi, I made the boar mask in the shape of a hat. As usual I made it as simple as possible. The part that is quite difficult seems to be the hair because there is a change in color, just like Nezuko’s hair. So, pay close attention to the color changing steps.

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Notes

Inosuke amigurumi is about 8.5 cm (3.35 inches) tall without hat (Inosuke’s boar mask in hat version).
I used small ply Balinese cotton yarn (sport yarn, #2 Fine) and Tulip hook no. 3 (2.25 mm).
The similar yarn you can use is Schachenmayr Catania (100% cotton; 50 g (1.8 oz); 125 m (137 yds)).
Its size may vary according to the materials you used.

Materials

Sport yarns:
– beige, navy, black, brown, light gray, dark gray, pink, broken white, light blue
(I used less than a 125m/50g ball of each color when making this project)
7 mm safety eyes
8 mm safety eyes
2.25 mm crochet hook
Polyester fill
Tapestry needle
Marker
Scissors
Adhesive

Abbreviations (US Terms)

MR = magic ring
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
inc = sc increase (2 sc in next stitch)
dec = sc decrease (join next 2 sts into 1)
BLO = back loop only
FLO = front loop only
sl st = slip stitch
[…] = indicates to crochet in same stitch

Legs

Use navy
Round 1
: MR, 6 sc (6)
Round 2: *2 sc, inc* 2 times (8)
Round 3: *3 sc, inc* 2 times (10)
Round 4: sc in each stitch (10) Cut the yarn, make the 2nd leg. Don’t cut the yarn on 2nd leg, continue to work the body.

Body

Round 5: 2 ch, 10 sc in 1st leg, sc in 2 ch, 10 sc in 2nd leg, sc in 2 ch (24)

Round 6: sc in each stitch (24)
Change to brown
Round 7: sc in each stitch (24)
Change to beige
Don’t cut the brown yarn, leave it to make waist tuft.
Round 8: BLO *6 sc, dec* 3 times (21)
Round 9: sc in each stitch (21)
Round 10: *5 sc, dec* 3 times (18)
Round 11: sc in each stitch (18)
Fill as you go
Round 12: *dec, 4 sc* 3 times (15)
Round 13: *dec, 3 sc* 3 times (12)
Round 14: *1 sc, dec, 1 sc* 3 times (9)
Don’t cut the yarn, secure the stitch with a marker.
Continue to make the waist tuft, then the head.

body inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi

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Waist Tuft

Use brown yarn on the body to make waist tuft in Round 7.
FLO *5 ch, sl st in same stitch, sl st in next 2 stitches* 12 times (12)
Fasten off.

Head

Continue from the body
Round 1
: *inc* 9 times (18)
Round 2: *1 sc, inc* 9 times (27)
Round 3: *8 sc, inc* 3 times (30)
Round 4-10: sc in each stitch – 7 rounds (30)
Attach 7 mm safety eyes between Round 6 and 7, 5 sc apart.

head inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi

Round 11: *dec, 3 sc* 6 times (24)
Fill as you go
Round 12: *dec, 2 sc* 6 times (18)
Round 13: *dec, 1 sc* 6 times (12)
Round 14: *dec* 6 times (6)
Fill before close the hole.  Fasten off.

head inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi

Arms (make 2)

Use beige
Round 1
: MR, 6 sc (6)
Round 2-5: sc in each stitch – 4 rounds (6)
sl st, turn, 2 sc, sl st.
No need to fill the arms.
Leave a long end for sewing.

arms basic body chibi amigurumi crochet pattern

Hair

Use black
Round 1
: MR, 6 sc (6)
Round 2: *inc* 6 times (12)
Next we work the strands (S), consist of 2 layers on BLO and FLO. Pay attention to the color changes on each strand.
S1-7: 13 ch, navy 5 ch, skip 1 ch, 4 sc, black 13 sc, BLO sl st in next stitch – 7 strands (17)

S8: 8 ch, skip 1 ch, 2 sl st, 5 sc, (insert in both loops) sl st in next stitch (7)
S9-10: 9 ch, skip 1 ch, 2 sl st, 6 sc, (insert in both loops) sl st in next stitch – 2 strands (8)
S11-12: 8 ch, skip 1 ch, 2 sl st, 5 sc, (insert in both loops) sl st in next stitch – 2 strands (7)

hair inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi

S13-18: 13 ch, navy 5 ch, skip 1 ch, 4 sc, black 13 sc, FLO sl st in next stitch – 6 strands (17)
S19: 8 ch, skip 1 ch, 2 sl st, 5 sc, FLO sl st in next stitch (7)
Fasten off (or leave a long end for sewing).

hair inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi

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Boar Hat

Use light gray
Round 1: MR, 6 sc (6)
Round 2: *inc* 6 times (12)
Round 3: *1 sc, inc,* 6 times (18)
Round 4: *1 sc, inc, 1 sc* 6 times (24)
Round 5: *3 sc, inc* 6 times (30)
Round 6: *2 sc, inc, 2 sc* 6 times (36)
Round 7: *11 sc, inc* 3 times (39)
Round 8-12: sc in each stitch – 5 rounds (39)
Next we work the tuft
Round 13: sl st in next st, 6 ch, sl st in same st, *sl st in next 2 sts, 6 ch, sl st in same st* 19 times (20)
Fasten off.

hat inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi

Nose

Use pink
Round 1: 3 ch, skip 1 ch, 1 sc, [3 sc in last ch], continue in the opposite side, [2 sc in last st], sl st in 1st sc (6)
Round 2: 1 ch, 2 sc, [3 sc in a st], 2 sc, [2 sc in a st], sl st (9)
Round 3: 1 ch, BLO sc in each stitch (9)
Leave a long end for sewing.

nose inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi

Fangs (make 2)

Use broken white
Round 1: MR, 5 sc (5)
Round 2-3: sc in each stitch – 2 rounds (5)
Leave a long end for sewing.

fangs inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi

Ears (make 2)

Use pink
Round 1: MR, 5 sc (5)
Round 2: sc in each stitch (5)
Round 3: *inc* 5 times (10)
Change to light gray
Round 4: *4 sc, inc* 2 times (12)
Round 5: sc in each stitch (12)
Leave a long end for sewing.

ears inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi

Eye Balls (make 2)

Use dark gray
6 ch, skip 1 ch, 1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 hdc, [3 sc in last ch], continue in the opposite side, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 hdc, [2 sc in last st], sl st in 1st sc (12)
Fasten off (or leave a long end for sewing).

eyes inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi

Assembling

  1. Sew the arms in Round 12 of the body.
body inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi
  1. Put hair onto the head, BLO strands on the top side. Short strands as the bangs. Pin the FLO strands with a gap between the strands, then close the gaps with BLO strands. If you are pleased with the position, add adhesive to the hair strands one by one. You just need a bit of adhesive for the bangs, near the starting base.
  1. Sew the nose on Round 9-11 of the hat.
  2. Sew the fangs on Round 11-12 of the hat, just to the right and left of the nose.
  3. Sew the ears on Round 5-8 of the hat.
hat inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi
  1. Use pins to position the eyes between Round 8 and 9 of the hat, 8 stitches apart (picture 24). Use the pins to attach the eye balls to the hat in the previous position (picture 25). Attach 8 mm safety eyes according to the position of the pins. The back of the safety eyes will stick out inside the hat. Glue or sew the eye balls.
  1. Use light blue to embroider around the eyes.
    Embroidery steps: see picture below, the red dots are where the tapestry needle goes in and out.
    (1) Needle out from inside the hat, (2) Needle in, (3) Needle out again at the starting point, (4) needle in at the end point.
    Fasten off. Glue the embroidery if needed. Boar hat is finished.

inosuke crochet pattern amigurumi

Finished! \(^o^)/

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Inosuke amigurumi is inspired from Demon Slayer. Pattern and pictures are original design by Crochethea. This pattern is for personal, non-commercial use only. You may link to this pattern but you may not copy any part of the pattern instructions and share it on other websites. You may sell items you make from this pattern, but only in small scale. If you share or sell items from this pattern, please credit Crochethea as the designer. Thank you!
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