Hollow Knight Amigurumi Pattern


Large and Small Hollow Knight Patterns


Materials Needed for both:

· 4mm Crochet hook
· White Yarn
· Black Yarn
· Dark Grey Yarn
· Black Felt
· Glue – or – felting needle
· Scissors
· Yarn needle
· Fiberfill


Abbreviations:


· SC= Single Crochet
· DC= Double Crochet
· INC= increase
· DEC= decrease (I highly recommend using the invisible decrease when making amigurumi)
· MR= magic ring
· Sl st= slip stitch
· Ch=Chain


A few notes before we begin:

ª  You may not claim this pattern as your own. You may not reprint or sell this pattern.

ª  If you use this pattern I ask that you please give me credit as the original designer and link the pattern back to me.

ª  Feel free to make adaptations to this pattern as you see fit. After all, this is YOUR creation! But please, as stated above, give me credit for the original design.

 

      While making this amigurumi you will work in continuous rounds unless otherwise told not to.

         When I am creating an amigurumi based on a certain character I like to look at reference pictures of the character I am creating. It really helps when assembling the pieces and making/placing the facial features! I recommend you do the same.

       The finished large Hollow Knight should stand approximately 12 inches tall. The small Hollow Knight should stand approximately 7 inches tall. Final size can vary due to yarn size and tension.



Large Hollow Knight


Head


Use white yarn.

Round 1) 6 SC in MR (6)
Round 2) INC around (12)
Round 3) 1 SC, INC; repeat around (18)
Round 4) 2 SC, INC; repeat around (24)
Round 5) 3 SC, INC; repeat around (30)
Round 6) 4 SC, INC; repeat around (36)
Round 7) 5 SC, INC; repeat around (42)
Round 8) 6 SC, INC; repeat around (48)
Round 9) SC in back loops (48)
Round 10) SC around (48)

*Repeat step for round 10 for rounds 11 through 18*

Round 19) In back loops: 6 SC, DEC; repeat around (42)
Round 20) 5 SC, DEC; repeat around (36)
Round 21) 4 SC, DEC; repeat around (30)
Round 22) 3 SC, DEC; repeat around (24)
Round 23) 2 SC, DEC; repeat around (18)
Slip stitch then finish off. Leave open and stuff the head.


Horn

Use White yarn.
*Make two of the following

Round 1) 3 SC in MR (3)
Round 2) INC around (6)
Round 3) SC around (6)

Finish off.

*Join the two pieces together with a slip stitch through any SC stitch, then make a SC through both. This part can be a bit tricky. I attached the images below to help illustrate these steps.






Round 4) SC 11, INC (13)

-SC forward 3. We are going to move our stitch marker to this stitch. It should be on the side of the horn, no longer in the crease between the two tips.

Marker placement before

Marker placement after move



Round 5) SC 12, INC (14)
Round 6) SC12, DC, DC (14)

-Repeat instructions for round 6 for rounds 7 through 21.

-At the end of round 21 do a DC, SC, Then Sl st. Finish off.

-Stuff the horn, but do not over stuff. Shape the horn as you stuff to help it keep its curve.

-Make a 2nd horn.



Feet


Use black yarn.
Make two.

Round 1) 6 SC in MR (6)
Round 2) INC around (12)
Round 3) SC around (12)
Round 4) 1 SC, INC; repeat around (18)
Round 5) SC around (18)

*repeat instructions for round 5 for rounds 6 through 8

Slip stitch then finish off. Leave open and stuff the feet.


Body

Use black yarn.

We are going to join the feet together in the same way we joined the horn tips together.

Join the two feet together with a slip stitch through any SC stitch, then make a SC through both. We will continue the row count from where we left off with the feet.

Round 9) SC around (36)
Round 10) SC around (36)
Round 11) SC around (36)
Round 12) 4 SC, DEC (30)
Round 13) SC around (30)
Round 14) SC around (30)
Round 15) 3 SC DEC (24)
Round 16) SC around (24)
Round 17) SC around (24)
Round 18) SC around (24)
Round 19) 2 SC, DEC (18)
Round 20) SC around (18)
Round 21) SC around (18)
Round 22) SC around (18)

Slip stitch then finish off. Leave open and stuff the body.



Cape

To make the cape we will be working in ROWS, not rounds. This pattern will make a semi-circle shape.

At the end of each row chain one, then turn.

Use dark grey.

Row 1) Chain 2, then put 4 SC into the first chain (4)
Row 2) INC in each SC (8)
Row 3) 1 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (12)
Row 4) 2 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (16)
Row 5) 3 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (20)
Row 6) 4 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (24)
Row 7) 5 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (28)
Row 8) 6 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (32)
Row 9) 7 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (36)
Row 10) 8 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (40)
Row 11) 9 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (44)
Row 12) 10 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (48)
Row 13) 11 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (52)
Row 14) 12 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (56)
Row 15) 13 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (60)
Row 16) 14, SC, INC; repeat to end of row (64)
Row 17) 15 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (68)

Finish off.



Eyes

Cut 2 circles from the black felt approximately 2 inches in diameter.

Use reference photos of Hollow Knight to help you properly size and place the eyes on the head!


Assembly of Large Hollow Knight

1. Sew the head to the body.

2. Sew the horns to the head.

3. Glue the eyes to the face, or you can needle felt the eyes.

4. Sew the straight end of the cape around the body at the level of the seam between the head and the body. Make sure the ends overlap in the front. Look at the pictures for reference.

All Finished!






Small Hollow Knight


Head

Use white yarn.

Round 1) 6 SC in MR (6)
Round 2) INC around (12)
Round 3) 1 SC, INC; repeat around (18)
Round 4) 2 SC, INC; repeat around (24)
Round 5) 3 SC, INC; repeat around (30)
Round 6) 4 SC, INC; repeat around (36)
Round 7) SC around in Back Loops (36)
Round 8) SC around (36)

*repeat instructions for Round 8 for Rounds 9 through 13*

Round 14) In back loops only: 4 SC, DEC; repeat around (30)
Round 15) 3 SC, DEC; repeat around (24)
Round 16) 2 SC, DEC; repeat around (18)
Round 17) 1 SC, DEC; repeat around (12)

Slip stitch then finish off. Leave open.

Stuff the Head. 



Horn


Use white yarn.

*make 2 of the following*

Round 1) 3 SC in MR (3)
Round 2) SC around (3)

*Just like with the horn tips we made with the large hollow knight, join the two pieces together with a slip stitch through any SC stitch, then make a SC through both. For round 3 you will SC around both pieces. This part can be frustrating because the pieces are so small. Take your time and try to not pull your stitches too tight.

Round 3) 5 SC, INC (7)
Round 4) 6 SC, INC (8)
Round 5) 7 SC, INC (9)
Round 6) 8 SC, INC (10)*make the last stitch of the INC a DC*
Round 7) SC 9, DC (10)

*repeat instructions for Round 7 for rounds 8 through 15. At the end of round 15, add a SC then finish off.

*Stuff the horn, but do not over stuff. Shape the horn as you stuff to help it keep its curve.



Feet

Use black yarn.

*make 2 of the following*

Round 1) 6 SC in MR (6)
Round 2) SC around (6)
Round 3) SC around (6)
Round 4) 1 SC, INC (9)
Round 5) SC around (9)
Round 6) 2 SC, INC (12)

Slip stitch then finish off.



Body

Use black yarn.

Join the two feet together with a slip stitch through any SC stitch, then make a SC through both. We will continue the row count from where we left off with the feet. For round 7 you will SC around both pieces.

Round 1) SC around (24)
Round 2) SC around (24)
Round 3) SC around (24)
Round 4) 2 SC, DEC (18)
Round 5) SC around (18)
Round 6) 1 SC, DEC (12)
Round 7) SC around (12)

Slip stitch then finish off. Leave open.

Stuff the body.




Cape

Use dark grey yarn.

We will be working in ROWS not rounds. At the end of every row, you will chain one before you turn your work.

This pattern will make a semi-circle for the cape.

Row 1) Chain 2, Then put 4 SC into the first chain. (4)
Row 2) INC in each SC. (8)
Row 3) 1 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (12)
Row 4) 2SC, INC; repeat to end of row (16)
Row 5) 3 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (20)
Row 6) 4 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (24)
Row 7) 5 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (28)
Row 8) 6 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (32)
Row 9) 7 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (36)
Row 10) 8 SC, INC; repeat to end of row (40)

Finish off.


Eyes

To make the eyes, cut two small circles from the black felt.



Assembly of Small Hollow Knight

1. Sew the head to the body.

2. Sew the horns to the head.

3. Glue the eyes to the face, or you can needle felt the eyes.

4. Sew the straight end of the cape around the body at the level of the seam between the head and the body. Make sure the ends overlap in the front. Look at the pictures for reference.

All finished! Enjoy your little Hollow Knight!



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5 comments:

  1. Hi,
    I just recently found your blog. I was searching for a Hollow Knight crochet pattern because I'm really into crocheting right now. There are so many things I want to say...I don't know where to start? But I think first I want to thank you! I just started Hollow Knight. Its such an amazing beautiful game and I really wanted to make the little knight. Its so nice of you to share this and many other beautiful crochet pattern for free. I‘m totally amazed at how lovely the endresult is. I want to start right away. I’ll try to send pictures when I’m done.
    I was totally amazed when I saw your other blog entrys. Vaporeon is my favourite Evoli evolution and Biyomon my favourite Digimon. While reading your post about how you started on crocheting Gomamon, I actually had the same thoughts.
    And seeing your Portfolio. I was really inspired. I want to crochet even more now. All your projects are very amazing! Just seeing the pictures I think those Amigurumis must have been a lot of work. I must say I‘m a bit overwhelmed and don’t feel like I have the skill level for the Digimon yet. But I will definitely try someday.
    I feel so happy I discovered your blog. I hope that many more will find their way here.
    I’m now following you on other social medias. I haven’t got the time to check your twitch channel yet. Are you done with the Hollow Knight already? Its so hard!
    Oh and before I forget it. I absolute love Corgis. Í hopw I don#t sound like a 13 year old. I'm just excited! I really feel like finding this blog made me so much happier!
    So thanks again!
    I wish you lots of love and luck!
    Pluanda

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    1. I haven't finished Hollow Knight yet. I get easily distracted when new games come out and sometimes I forget to finish what I"m currently playing. I really need to finish it though! It's such a beautiful and unique game.
      I'm glad you found my blog and it makes me super happy to hear that my amigurumis inspire you to want to crochet more! Thank you so much for the kind words! Hearing this inspires me to make and share more patterns!

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  2. Just wondering if someone could help with the horns, Im kind of confused. I have 11 stitches including the sc after sl st that joined them, where does the inc go if there is only 11 stitches in the round?

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  3. Hi! I love this pattern, but I’m having a bit of trouble with the body. Could you by any chance help?

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  4. Hi! I'm following this pattern and I think there is a error in the small Hollow Knight's horn. Should not have an increase in row two? It cant be 5sc in row 3 because we made only three sc in row two.

    I hope you can undestund what i'm saying. English is not my first language. Btw, love your blog and your Patterns. Thanks for sharing!!

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