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DIY Batman Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

May 31th, 2024

DIY Batman Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Designer: @azuliecroche

The DIY Batman Amigurumi Crochet Pattern is a delightful project for superhero fans and crochet enthusiasts alike. Standing at 14 cm tall, this pattern offers a medium level of difficulty and uses skin, grey, black, and yellow yarn to create a charming replica of the iconic Batman. Also known as the Dark Knight, was created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, first appearing in Detective Comics #27 in 1939. Unlike other superheroes, Batman relies on his intellect, physical prowess, martial arts skills, and a vast array of gadgets to fight crime in Gotham City. His alter ego, Bruce Wayne, witnessed the tragic murder of his parents, which led him to dedicate his life to combating crime as Batman. This character has appeared in numerous comics, TV shows, and movies, becoming a cultural icon known for his dark, brooding demeanor and sense of justice.
The Amigurumi Batman captures these characteristics with its detailed design, featuring a black cowl and cape, grey suit with the bat emblem, and yellow utility belt. This crochet pattern is designed to be both easy and fun, making it a rewarding project for crafters looking for an Easy and Fun DIY Project. It ensures that even those with moderate crochet experience can successfully create this delightful Batman figure. This handmade toy is not just a craft project; itโ€™s a tribute to a legendary character, celebrating Batmanโ€™s legacy and significance in the world of superheroes.ย 
Ideal for kids, collectors, and crochet enthusiasts, this Batman Crochet Pattern makes a great gift for any occasion. For kids, itโ€™s a safe and soft toy that can inspire imaginative play. For collectors, itโ€™s a unique addition to any Batman or superhero memorabilia collection. For crochet enthusiasts, itโ€™s a satisfying project that showcases their skills. Whether itโ€™s for a birthday, holiday, or just because, this Batman Amigurumi will be cherished by anyone who receives it.ย 
In conclusion, the DIY Batman Amigurumi Crochet Pattern is more than just a project; itโ€™s a way to connect with the beloved character of Batman in a creative and meaningful way. By following this pattern, you can create a beautiful and detailed figure that will be a standout piece in any collection.ย 

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Marterials
  • Yarn of your preference in the following colors: Skin tone, Grey, Black, and Yellow
  • Crochet hook size 2.0 mm and 2.2 mm
  • Tapestry needle
  • Doll needle
  • Scissors
  • Stuffing
  • Silicone glue
  • 2 buttons approximately 1.5 cm in diameter
Abbreviations

Ch: chain
MR: magic ring
Sc: single crochet
Hdc: half double crochet
Dc: double crochet
BLO: back loop only
Inc: increase
Dec: decrease
Tr-inc: triple increase

Important pattern information
  • The head is designed to move and can be left loose or secured with thread according to the ‘JOINTED HEAD’ video below.
  • If you are securing the head with thread, place the cape on the neck first.
  • Use a crochet hook 0.2 mm larger to make the mask. Try it on the head first to ensure the size is correct; if it’s too tight, increase the hook size.
  • I used buttons for the feet. You can use rigid plastic instead.
  • Approximate height: 14 cm and an average of 6 hours of work.

Tips for crocheting Amigurumis ๐Ÿ˜‰

  1. ๐Ÿงต Choose Quality Materials: The quality of your materials directly impacts the final result. Opt for soft and durable yarns, and needles that suit your knitting style. Remember, your amigurumis deserve the best!
  2. ๐Ÿ“ Know Your Gauge: Before diving into the project, take time to understand your knitting tension. Making a small test square will help you adjust the size and achieve a perfect amigurumi.
  3. ๐Ÿ“– Dive into the Pattern: Before you start knitting, carefully read through the entire pattern. Familiarize yourself with each step and make sure you understand all the instructions. This prior knowledge will make you feel more confident during the process.
  4. ๐Ÿ“ Use Stitch Markers: Marking the beginning of each round with a stitch marker is key. This not only helps you follow the pattern more easily but also prevents errors and confusion.
  5. ๐ŸŒˆ Explore with Colors: The color palette is your canvas! Don’t be afraid to experiment and play with unexpected combinations. Colorful amigurumis are more fun and expressive.
  6. ๐Ÿงผ Block Your Creations with Care: After completing your amigurumi, blocking is essential. This process smooths out the details and defines the shape, giving a professional touch to your creations. Remember, crochet is more than a hobby; it’s an art form. Enjoy every stitch and create magic with your own hands! ๐Ÿ’–โœจ Happy knitting! ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒŸ
Head

With skin-colored yarn and a 2 mm crochet hook:
Round 1: 8 sc in magic ring (8)
Round 2: Increase in each stitch around (16)
Round 3: (2 increases, 2 sc) repeat 4 times (24)
Round 4: 1 sc, 2 increases, (4 sc, 2 increases) repeat 3 times, 3 sc (32)
Round 5: 2 sc, 2 increases, (6 sc, 2 increases) repeat 3 times, 4 sc (40)
Round 6: 3 sc, 2 increases, (8 sc, 2 increases) repeat 3 times, 5 sc (48)
Round 7: 5 sc, 2 increases, (12 sc, 2 increases) repeat 3 times, 7 sc (64)
Rounds 8-21: 64 sc (64) – 14 rounds
Round 22: 7 sc, 2 decreases, (12 sc, 2 decreases) repeat 3 times, 5 sc (56)
Round 23: 6 sc, 2 decreases, (10 sc, 2 decreases) repeat 3 times, 4 sc (48)
Round 24: 5 sc, 2 decreases, (8 sc, 2 decreases) repeat 3 times, 3 sc (40)
Round 25: 4 sc, 2 decreases, (6 sc, 2 decreases) repeat 3 times, 2 sc (32)
Round 26: Decrease in each stitch around (16)
Rounds 27-31: 16 sc (16) – 5 rounds
Round 32: (2 sc, decrease) repeat 4 times (12)
Stuff the head. Pay attention to the corners to maintain the square shape of the head.
Finish with a slip stitch. Cut and fasten off the yarn.
Insert this tube inside the head.

Mask

With black yarn and a 2.2 mm crochet hook:
Round 1: 8 sc in magic ring (8)
Round 2: Increase in each stitch around (16)
Round 3: (2 increases, 2 sc) repeat 4 times (24)
Round 4: 1 sc, 2 increases, (4 sc, 2 increases) repeat 3 times, 3 sc (32)
Round 5: 2 sc, 2 increases, (6 sc, 2 increases) repeat 3 times, 4 sc (40)
Round 6: 3 sc, 2 increases, (8 sc, 2 increases) repeat 3 times, 5 sc (48)
Round 7: 4 sc, 2 increases, (10 sc, 2 increases) repeat 3 times, 6 sc (56)
Round 8: 5 sc, 2 increases, (12 sc, 2 increases) repeat 3 times, 7 sc (64)
Rounds 9-18: 64 sc (64) – 10 rounds
Round 19: 31 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc increase, 1 hdc, 30 sc (65)

Here we will start working in flat crochet, back and forth, always chaining one and turning the work.
Row 20: 23 sc, chain – turn
Rows 21-24: 45 sc, chain – turn (4 rows)
Row 25: Now sc along the side, sl st across the front of the mask, and sc along the other side. Make 15 chains and join with a sc on the other side. Pay attention to the start and end points of the 45 sc from the previous row.
In the end, we will have 60 stitches (45 sc + 15 chains).
Round 26: (8 sc, decrease) repeat 6 times (54)
Round 27: (7 sc, decrease) repeat 6 times (48)
Round 28: (3 sc, decrease) repeat 8 times (32)
Finish with a false sc and fasten off.

Image 1
Feet (make 2)

With black yarn and a 2 mm crochet hook:
Leave a long tail before making the magic ring.
Round 1: 8 sc in magic ring (8)
Round 2: Increase in each stitch around (16)
Round 3: 16 hdc (16)
Rounds 4-5: 16 sc (16) – 2 rounds
Sew the button inside the foot.
Round 6: 12 sc (12)
Switch to grey yarn.

Make 12 sl st in BLO. Do not count this round.
Round 7: 12 sc in BLO (12)
Round 8: (3 sc, increase) repeat 3 times (15)
Round 9: (4 sc, increase) repeat 3 times (18)
Finish with a sl st. Cut the yarn.

Repeat the process to make the second leg.
Insert the black yarn into the ninth sc of one leg and join it with a sl st in the tenth sc of the other leg.
Pay attention to the position of the feet, they should be facing inward, and the rounds should start at the back of the body.
Make 36 sl st. Do not count this round.
Round 10: 36 sc in BLO (36)

Body

Switch to yellow yarn and use a 2 mm crochet hook:
Make 36 sl st in BLO. Do not count this round.
Round 12: 36 sc in BLO (36)
Switch to grey yarn.
Make 36 sl st in BLO. Do not count this round.
Round 13: (4 sc, decrease) repeat 6 times (30)
Round 14: 30 sc (30)
Round 15: (3 sc, decrease) repeat 6 times (24)
Stuff as you go.
Round 16: 24 sc (24)
Round 17: (2 sc, decrease) repeat 6 times (18)
Round 18: (1 sc, decrease) repeat 6 times (12)
Rounds 19-23: 12 sc (12) – 5 rounds
Round 24: Decrease (6)
Finish off and cut the yarn.

Image 2
Arms (make 2)

Switch to black yarn and use a 2 mm crochet hook:
Round 1: 7 sc in MR (7)
Rounds 2-4: 7 sc (7) – 3 rounds
Switch to grey yarn.
Make 7 sl st in BLO. Do not count this round.
Round 5: 7 sc in BLO (7)
No stuffing needed. Finish with 3 sc and leave a long tail for sewing between rounds 19 and 20 of the body.

Cape

Use black yarn and a 2 mm crochet hook:
Round 1: Ch 13, skip 1 ch, and make 12 sc (12) – ch 1, turn.
Round 2: Inc, 10 sc, inc (14) – ch 1, turn.
Round 3: Inc, 12 sc, inc (16) – ch 1, turn.
Round 4: 16 sc (16) – ch 1, turn.
Round 5: Inc, 14 sc, inc (18) – ch 1, turn.
Round 6: Inc, 16 sc, inc (20) – ch 1, turn.
Round 7: 20 sc (20) – ch 1, turn.
Round 8: Inc, 18 sc, inc (22) – ch 1, turn.
Round 9: 22 sc (22) – ch 1, turn.
Round 10: Inc, 20 sc, inc (24) – ch 1, turn.
Round 11: [sc, (dc, ch 1, dc in the same stitch), sl st] 6 times.
Edge the sides with sc.
Edge the top with sc, ch 1, turn.
Make 11 ch, join with sc to the other side, and edge the other side of the cape with sc as well.
Finish with a false sc and fasten off.

Ears (make 2)

Use black yarn and a 2 mm crochet hook:
Round 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2: 6 sc (6)
Round 3: (1 sc, inc) 3 times (9)
Round 4: (2 sc, inc) 3 times (12)
Leave a long tail and sew to round 10 of the mask, 2 sc apart from the face opening.

Details
  • Use black felt to make the bat according to the pattern measurements and glue it onto the chest centered.
  • Use white felt to make the two eyes between rounds 15 and 18.
  • Apply pink blush on the cheeks.
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