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No-Sew Hamburger Amigurumi – Free Crochet Pattern

Free Hamburger Amigurumi Crochet Pattern No Sew

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Free no-sew amigurumi hamburger crochet pattern

Hi everyone, this week I present to you: a free no-sew amigurumi hamburger crochet pattern! I am SUPER happy with how this pattern came out, it just looks super cute. I know a lot of you dislike sewing (something I don’t mind too much), but I always make sure to make things no-sew when possible. With that, we will be working in a lot of front and back loops in this pattern. The front loops will often be used to make things such as the tomatoes, lettuce, cheese, etc. The back loops will keep the regular stitches!

I should also mention that there’s another version of this pattern. If you want this hamburger to come apart, I have a stackable hamburger crochet pattern! This other version is perfect as children’s play food. Click here for the stackable hamburger version 🙂 .

Anyways, I had so much fun with this pattern. Even though it looks like a “bigger” amigurumi, it actually worked up really quickly. Mostly because the few rounds of making the meat and toppings work up a big bulk of the pattern.

I have really been wanting to make more food patterns, but don’t want to overwhelm you with them! If you like or dislike food patterns, please let me know. I have so many fun food pattern ideas written down 🙂 . As a short idea list here’s what I want to make: corn, an eggplant, tomatoes, ketchup and mustard bottles, hot dog, soda can/bottle. The list can go on and on! Anyways, let’s get to the pattern.

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Supplies:

• Yarn colors in size 4/Medium Yarn…
Bun Color, Red, Green, Yellow, and Brown
• 4mm Crochet Hook
•10mm safety eyes
•Tapestry needle
•Scissors
•Stuffing
•Red or Black Embroidery Thread
• Optional: Cardboard for sturdy base

Additional Information:
•Difficulty: Experienced
•Pattern is in US Terms

• Getting started…
This pattern is made all in 1 piece, there is no sewing involved. This means we will have to work in front and back loops often to form things like the tomatoes, lettuce, and cheese.

• Note
For a sturdy base of the burger we can add a piece of cardboard to the bottom. If you do this, please know that you can’t wash this toy because of the cardboard.

• Recommended Yarns:
JoAnn Fabric’s “Big Twist” Yarn
Red Heart Super Saver Yarn
Hobby Lobby’s “I Love This Yarn!”

Overview:

We’re going to start by making the top of the hamburger and work our way down. Remember, each piece is crocheted into the hamburger.

Hamburger:

Start in Bun Color

Free amigurumi hamburger crochet pattern

Round 1: 6 Sc into a Magic Ring (6)
Round 2: *Inc* all around (12)
Round 3: *Inc, Sc* all around (18)
Round 4: *Inc, Sc 2 all around (24)
Round 5: *Inc, Sc 3* all around (30)
Round 6: *Inc, Sc 4* all around (36)
Round 7: *Inc, Sc 5* all around (42)
Round 8-10: *Sc* all around (42)
Now we will add 2 eye stitch markers into Round 10. Add an different colored stitch marker in the 19th st and in the 24th st.

Round 10 eye markers
Round 10 Eye Markers Pictured Above

Round 11-13: *Sc* all around (42)

Add eyes into the marked areas now.
Add eyes into amigurumi
We will make the tomatoes in the next round:

Tomatoes:

Round 14: In FLO for the entire round: SlSt in the next 11 st. In Red make 2 Dc in each of the next 4 st. In Bun Color SlSt in the next 11 st. In Red make 2 Dc in each of the next 5 st. In bun color SlSt in the next 11 st (51)

Lettuce:

Round 15: Change to green. In the FLO, make 3 Dc in the next 11 st (Pic 1).

1.

Bend the tomato towards you. This will expose the back loops left in the previous round (Pic 2). In those back loops behind the tomato, Sc in the next 4 st (Pic 3-4).

2. 3.

4.

Continuing in the FLO, make 3 Dc in next 11 st (Pic 5-7).

5. 6.

7.

Bend the tomato towards you. This will expose the back loops left in the previous round. In those back loops behind the tomato, Sc in the next 5 st.

Continuing in the FLO, make 3 Dc in each of the next 11 st (Pic 8) ( Stitch Count: 108)

8.

 

Round 16: Change to yellow. Using the back loop that’s left behind the lettuce, Sc in the next 11 st (Pic 1-2).

Going through BOTH stitches under the tomato, Sc in the next 4 st (Pic 3-4).

3, 4.

Using the back loops behind the lettuce, Sc in the next 11 st (Pic 5).

5.

Going through BOTH stitches under the tomato, Sc in the next 5 st (Pic 6-7).

6. 7.

Using the back loops behind the lettuce, Sc in the next 11 st. (Stitch Count: 42. This is because we’re not doing extra double crochets to form things like lettuce or tomatoes. We’re only making 1 single crochet all around)

Cheese Slice:

Round 17: In the FLO for this entire round, Hdc in the next 7 st.
Hdc 2 times in next st, Ch 1, Hdc 2 times in that same st.
Hdc in next 9 st.
Hdc 2 times in next st, Ch 1, Hdc 2 times in that same st.
Hdc in the next 10 st.
Hdc 2 times in the next st, Ch 1, Hdc 2 times in that same st.
Hdc in the next 9 st.
Hdc 2 times in the next st, Ch 1, Hdc 2 times in that same st.
Hdc in the last 3 st. (58)

Hamburger:

Round 18: Change to brown. Using the back loops left from the previous round, *Sc* all around (42)

In the next round we will use a bean stitch. If you don’t know how to make one, below Round 19 is a tutorial! If you don’t want to do the bean stitch you can just *Sc* all around in Round 19.

Round 19: Repeat *Sc in next st, bean st in the next st* all around (42)

How to do a Bean Stitch

Repeat *Yarn over, Insert hook into the next stitch, pull up a loop* into the same stitch a total of 3 times. You will have 7 loops on your hook (Pic 5). Yarn over (Pic 6) and pull through all 7 loops at the same time (Pic 7-8). Done!

1. 2.

3. 4.

5. 6.

7. 8.

Bottom Bun:

Round 20: Change to bun color. *Sc* all around in the BLO (42)
Round 21-22: In BOTH Loops, *Sc* all around (42)
Round 23: In the BLO, *Dec, Sc 5* all around (36)
Round 24: In BOTH Loops, *Dec, Sc 4* all around (30)

Stuff the hamburger very firmly now. Make sure to add all stuffing because we won’t add anymore after this.

Optional: To make the bottom of the hamburger flat and able to sit better, we can add a piece of cardboard to the bottom. Place the hamburger onto a piece of cardboard. Trace around the base of the hamburger with a pen (Pic 1-2). Cut out the circle (Pic 3-4). Now stuff the cardboard into the hamburger (Pic 5).

1. 2.

3. 4.

5.

Round 26: *Dec, Sc 3* all around (24)
Round 27: *Dec, Sc 2* all around (18)
Round 28: *Dec, Sc* all around (12)
Round 29: *Dec* all around (6)
Finish off, leaving a tail for sewing. Sew the remaining stitches closed.

Free amigurumi hamburger crochet pattern

Smile:

In Black or Red Embroidery Thread

Insert needle with thread into the middle area as shown, and pull needle out one stitch over from the right eye (Pic 1). Reinsert needle into the same middle area, and pull needle out one stitch over from the left eye (Pic 2). Reinsert needle into the middle area, and pull needle out a few stitches away (Pic 3). Tie both tail ends of yarn into firm knots and bring the knots inside the hamburger to hide. Cut any excess thread.

Done! I hope you liked this pattern as much as I did. If you made this hamburger, I would LOVE to see it! You can show me by posting a picture in the comments, or you can “try” it on Pinterest.

7 Comments

  1. Big fan of no-sew here!! Thanks for the awesome patterns.

    1. Oh my gosh this is ADORABLE! I absolutely love seeing your creations, you really made these two come to life! They look so cute and I really like how colorful your hamburger looks 😍 Thank you so much for sharing this with me, it made me smile! I think it’s wonderful that you’re liking these no-sew patterns! It makes everything easier, doesn’t it? 😆 I hope to keep making more patterns you enjoy!

  2. I loved this pattern! It was SOOOOOOO much fun! 😁 When it can out I just HAD to do it 😆! It’s such a great pattern 🥰. Thank you so much! 😍

    1. Oh wow this is sooo cute! ❤️❤️❤️ I’m so so happy you liked the pattern this much, it really makes me so happy to know that! Your burger turned out adorable, it looks so tiny!! 😍 Thank you so much for sharing an adorable picture of it with me, you did such a great job!

  3. Mahalo for sending hot dog and hamburger. I made my burger a double

  4. i love this pattern! i have now made the same burger in three sizes and i love my burger family. (changed dc to hdc, hdc to sc for the smaller ones)

  5. Love this!

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