New Pattern Tuesday – Pac-Man Ghost

Pac Man Ghosts

My plan is to try to release a new pattern every Tuesday. The pattern will be free for at least a week. I’d love feedback during that time frame to fix any errors or confusing terms. If you post a picture, make sure you use #drunkenauntwendy so I can find it.

Some will stay up forever, some will be posted on my etsy site after the testing period.

I’ve seen a lot of patterns for Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man, but very few for Inky, Pinky, Blinky and Clyde. I felt they were under-represented.

If you want a pattern for Ms. Pac-Man, check out Craftyiscool. She has one listed and it’s really good.

Materials
Yarn
I Love This Yarn – Orange for Clyde
I Love This Yarn – Pink for Pinky
I Love This Yarn – Fire Red for Blinky
I Love This Yarn – Soft Blue for Inky
Notions
White felt with sticky back
10.5 mm Safety eyes
Size E crochet hook
Abbreviations
SC – Single Crochet
INC – Increase (work 2 SC into same stitch)
FLO – Front Loops Only
DC – Double Crochet

Instructions
Ch 2,
6 SC in 2nd chain from hook
INC in each stitch (12)
(1 SC, INC) 6 times (18)
(1 SC, INC, 1 SC) 6 times (24)
(INC, 3 SC) 6 times (30)
6 – 15. 10 rows SC
cut two ovals of felt. Snip a small slip in the felt to insert the safety eye. Make it either on the top, bottom, left or right depending on which direction you want you ghost to look. Place eyes between rounds 8 and 9
16. In FLO, (SC, skip next stitch, 5 DC in next stitch, skip next stitch, SC) 6 times. Join with a slip stitch and fasten off.
Bottom.
Repeat rows 1 – 5. Fasten off and sew to the bottom using the unused loops. Stuffing as you go.

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Christmas tree decorating ideas

crochet decorated christmas tree

Ever feel like your holiday season doesn’t have enough yarn. Ha ha right! Well bring it into your decor. Hang small amigurumi plush on your tree. Use curling ribbon to add a flair.

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Corsausages Tutorial

Corsage made from meats and cheese

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Special thanks to my friend Edie for figuring out how to do this.

Edie and I decided it would be fun to make meat corsages for our annual winery trip.

Materials:

Oasis flower foam
Saran wrap
Quilting pins
1 inch wide elastic
Glue gun
Various meats, cheeses, and fruit – I highly recommend you get pepperoni
Lettuce for the base

Instructions

Cut foam into 2 inch squares, make sure they are 2 inches think to hold the pins.
Cut the elastic into 6.5 inch strips and sew into 6 inch circles.
Wrap foam in Saran Wrap.
Glue elastics to foam. Use pins to secure while drying, but make sure to remove them before they get stuck.
Wrap foam with lettuce. Secure with pins.
Place meats, cheeses, and fruit on with the pins. Decorate to your hearts desire.

If necessary wrap with Saran Wrap for transport.

Please be careful as there are pins involved and these should never be given to children.

We tried toothpicks, but they wouldn’t stay in the foam.

Have fun.

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Preview of Plex

Crocheted plex head

Update 2018: While I still have the pieces of Plex, my dogs ate the papers with my notes. I don’t know if I will ever finish him. 

Once again I have gone overboard with the size. Here’s Plex’s head. It’s 10″ tall and 13″ wide. I have no idea how big this thing is going to end up being.

Pattern will be posted as soon as I am done.

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The bacon scarf

Crocheted Bacon scarf pattern

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So a friend of mine wanted me to make him a bacon scarf. This is the end result after multiple tries. I wanted it to look crackly and bubbly like cooked bacon.

I’m not super happy with the color choices I used, but I didn’t want it to skew too red. I used I love this yarn in burnt pumpkin and Vanna’s choice yarn in beige to get the coloring.

He wore to the wineries last weekend and it was a big hit. We named it Kevin the bacon scarf.

I hope to have the pattern up on my at my etsy shop soon.

Update: I made this scarf available for free. Kevin the Bacon Scarf.

Happy crocheting.

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Foofa Crochet Pattern – Free

Crocheted plush foofa large

Here is likely my last Yo Gabba Gabba pattern. I tried Plex, but my Chihuahuas ate my notes and I doubt I will start over again.

Muno and Brobee are available.

Reminder, these suckers are enormous. Foofa is approximately 3 feet tall. She takes a lot of yarn.

If you make her, let me know either via email or #drunkenauntwendy.


Foofa

Materials

I love this yarn in Pink, Yellow, Soft Pink, White and Black

Size E crochet hook

Polyfiberfill

Large Eye Blunt Needle

Abbreviations

SC – Single Crochet

INC – increase (two SC in one stitch)

DEC – decrease (SC two stitches together)

BLO – Back Loops Only

SL – Slip Stitch

HDC – Half Double crochet

Gauge – Gauge is not important to this project

Size – 31″ tall

Instructions

Body – In Pink

Chain 2

6 SC in 2nd chain from hook (6)

INC in each stitch (12)

[SC, INC] 6 times (18)

[1 SC, INC, 1 SC] 6 times (24)

[3 SC, INC] 6 times (30)

[2 SC, INC, 2 SC] 6 times (36)

[5 SC, INC] 6 times (42)

[3 SC, INC, 3 SC] 6 times (48)

[7 SC, INC] 6 times (54)

[4 SC, INC, 4 SC] 6 times (60)

[9 SC, INC] 6 times (66)

[5 SC, INC, 5 SC] 6 times (72)

[11 SC, INC] 6 times (78)

[6 SC, INC, 6 SC] 6 times (84)

[13 SC, INC] 6 times (90)

[7 SC, INC, 7 SC] 6 times (96)

[15 SC, INC] 6 times (102)

[8 SC, INC, 8 SC] 6 times (108)

[17 SC, INC] 6 times (114)

[9 SC, INC, 9 SC] 6 times (120)

[19 SC, INC] 6 times (126)

[10 SC, INC, 10 SC] 6 times (132)

23-37 15 rows SC

38. [10 SC, DEC, 10 SC] 6 times (126)

39-40 2 rows SC

41. [19 SC, DEC] 6 times (120)

42-43 2 rows SC

44. [9 SC, DEC, 9SC] 6 times (114)

45-46 2 rows SC

47. [17 SC, DEC] 6 times (108)

48-49 2 rows SC

50. [8 SC, DEC, 8 SC] 6 times (102)

51-52. 2 rows SC

53. [15 SC, DEC] 6 times (96)

54. SC row

55. [7 SC, DEC, 7 SC] 6 times (90)

56. SC row

57. [13 SC, DEC] 6 times (84)

58. SC row

59. [12 SC, DEC] 6 times (78)

60. SC row

61. [11 SC, DEC] 6 times (72)

62. SC row

63. [10 SC, DEC] 6 times (66)

64. [9 SC, DEC] 6 times (60)

65. [8 SC, DEC] 6 times (54)

66. [7 SC, DEC] 6 times (48)

67. [6 SC, DEC] 6 times (42)

Fasten Off

Stuff firmly

Head – in pink

Chain 2

6 SC in 2nd chain from hook (6)

INC in each stitch (12)

3-4. 2 rows SC

5. [1 SC, INC] 6 times (18)

6-7. 2 rows SC

8. [1 SC, INC, 1 SC] 6 times (24)

9-10. 2 rows SC

11. [3 SC, INC] 6 times (30)

12-13. 2 rows SC

14. [2 SC, INC, 2 SC] 6 times (36)

15-16. 2 rows SC

17. [5 SC, INC] 6 times (42)

18-19. 2 rows SC

20. [3 SC, INC, 3 SC] 6 times (48)

21-22. 2 rows SC

23. [7 SC, INC] 6 times (54)

24. SC row

25. [4 SC, INC, 4 SC] 6 times (60)

26. SC row

27. [9 SC, INC] 6 times (66)

28. SC row

29. [5 SC, INC, 5 SC] 6 times (72)

30. [11 SC, INC] 6 times (78)

31. [6 SC, INC, 6 SC] 6 times (84)

32-48. 17 rows SC

49. [12 SC, DEC] 6 times (78)

50. [11 SC, DEC] 6 times (72)

51. [10 SC, DEC] 6 times (66)

52. [9 SC, DEC] 6 times (60)

53. [8 SC, DEC] 6 times (54)

54. [7 SC, DEC] 6 times (48)

55. [6 SC, DEC] 6 times (42)

56. [5 SC, DEC] 6 times (36)

57. [4 SC, DEC] 6 times (30)

58. [3 SC, DEC] 6 times (24)

Start Stuffing, make sure to get the point filled.

59. [2 SC, DEC] 6 times (18)

60. [1 SC, DEC] 6 times (12)

61. [DEC] 6 times (6)

fasten off, use the long tail and thread through the last stitches and pull up tight to close the hole. Don’t sew to the body yet.

EYES (make 2 in white)

Chain 6

SC in 2nd chain from hook, 3 SC, 3 SC in last stitch, 4 SC in the unused loops, 3 SC in last stitch. (14)

[4 SC, INC in next 3 stitches] 2 times (20)

[4 SC, (1 SC, INC) 3 times] 2 times (26)

[4 SC, (1 SC, INC, 1 SC) 3 times] 2 times (32)

[4 SC, (3 SC, INC) 3 times] 2 times (38)

Fasten off, sew to face at a slight angle

PUPILS (make 2 in black)

Chain 2, 6 SC in 2nd chain from hook, join with a slip stitch. Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew pupils to eyes. use the long tail to make four lashes with straight stitches. Refer to picture for placement.

MOUTH – in black

Chain 16

SL in 2nd chain from hook, SL, 3 SC, 5 HDC, 3 SC, 2 SL

Fasten off and sew to face

NOSE – in pink

Ch 2

6 SC in 2nd chain from hook

INC in each stitch (12)

3-4. 2 rows SC

Fasten off and stuff and sew to face

HEAD FLOWER in yellow and soft pink

center in yellow

Chain 2

6 SC in 2nd chain from hook

INC in each stitch (12)

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Petals in soft pink – make 6

Chain 2

6 SC in 2nd chain from hook

INC in each stitch (12)

3-7. 5 rows SC

8. [4 SC, DEC] 2 times (10)

9. SC row

10. [3 SC, DEC] 2 times (8)

11. [2 SC, DEC] 2 times (6)

12. SC opening together

Sew Petals to center. Using the yellow sew flower to the top of Foofa’s head on her point.

PETAL NECKLACE in Soft Pink

Make 8 petals, do not work in the round. Petals will be joined together.

Chain 2

4 Sc in 2nd chain from hook, Chain 1, turn

INC in each stitch (8), Chain 1, turn

[1 SC, INC) 4 times (12), Chain 1, turn

[1 SC, INC, 1 SC] 4 times (16), Chain 1, turn

[3 SC, INC] 4 times (20), Chain 1, turn

[2 SC, INC, 2 SC] 4 times (24)

Fasten off on all but the last one.

7. Ch 1, turn SC across flat edge of petals, 11 Stitches per petal stitches overlap 1st and last of each petal, (96) Note – SC over loose ends as you go for less weaving in later. Begin working in the round now.

8. SC Row

9. [14 SC, DEC] 6 times (90)

10. [13 SC, DEC] 6 times (84)

11. [12 SC, DEC] 6 times (78)

12. [11 SC, DEC] 6 times (72)

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing. Sew necklace to body opening. Because of extra stitches sew two soft pink stitches per regular pink.

sew head to body opening

ARMS (make 2 in Pink)

1. Chain 9

SC in 2nd chain from hook, 7 SC, 3 SC in last stitch, 7 SC in the unused loops, 3 SC in last stitch. (20)

[7 SC, INC in next 3 stitches] 2 times (26)

[7 SC, (1 SC, INC) 3 times] 2 times (32)

4-38. 35 rows SC

Stuff making sure to stuff hand firmer than the arm.

Fold in half and SC opening closed, depending on the twist you may have to SL so that if folds in half evenly. Sew to body under the petal necklace.

LEGS (make 2 in Pink)

Chain 2

6 SC in 2nd chain from hook (6)

INC in each stitch (12)

[SC, INC] 6 times (18)

[1 SC, INC, 1 SC] 6 times (24)

[3 SC, INC] 6 times (30)

[2 SC, INC, 2 SC] 6 times (36)

[5 SC, INC] 6 times (42)

[3 SC, INC, 3 SC] 6 times (48)

[7 SC, INC] 6 times (54)

[4 SC, INC, 4 SC] 6 times (60)

[9 SC, INC] 6 times (66)

12. In BLO SC row

13-17. 5 rows SC

18. [DEC, 14 SC, DEC, DEC, 14 SC, DEC] Single crochet remaining 30 stitches (62)

19. SC row

20. [DEC, 5 SC, DEC, 5 SC, DEC], 2 times,  Single crochet remaining 30 SC (56)

21. [DEC, 4 SC, DEC, 3 SC, DEC], 2 times, 30 SC (50)

22. SC row

23. [DEC, 2 SC, DEC, 2 SC, DEC] 2 times, 30 SC (44)

24. SC row

25. [DEC, DEC, SC, DEC] 2 times, 30 SC (38)

26. 5 DEC,  26 SC, DEC (32)

28-37. 10 rows SC

38. [4 SC, INC] 6 times, SC 2 (38)

39-48. 10 rows SC

49. [5 SC, INC] 6 times, SC 2 (44).

50-54. 5 rows SC

fasten off and stuff firmly.

Foofa will likely need support to stand up on her own.

Finished items is approximately 31″

I hope you had fun making this patten.

The Foofa image is copyrighted by Yo Gabba Gabba.

This pattern is copyrighted by Drunken Aunt Wendy.

Please do not reprint this pattern. Feel free to sell any items made from this pattern.

As always, check out my Etsy Shop for patterns, kits and completed plush.

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Foofa is done

I’ve finally finished Foofa. Pictures are below. I’ll try to get the pattern typed up as soon a possible. I need to check it for mistakes before I share. It’ll be up soon. Next up, Plex!

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Working on Foofa and other pictures.

Crocheted pink robot plush

I know I haven’t posted in quite awhile. I can’t seem to tear myself away from crocheting to actually do a post. I am working on Foofa to add to the Yo Gabba Gabba collection. As soon as she is done I will post the pattern here for free. I just need to do the feet.

I’ve also been working on a couple of other things and with the help of the fabulous lphotographie, LLC, I have the following fabulous pictures to show off:

Annabelle is pink and sweet and definitely ready to wheel around. Her smile lets you know she is definitely up to something. The listing for Annabelle is at http://www.etsy.com/listing/79899970/annabelle-the-little-pink-robot

 

 

Soon to come there will be Hermie:

 

And I was having some fun with the pigs from Angry Birds:

 

I will try to be better about posting.

Wendy

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Yo Gabba Gabba inspired Muno – Free Crochet Pattern

Crocheted muno plush


I may be tapped out on my Yo Gabba Gabba inspired patterns as they are over two feet tall apiece and take about three weeks to make, but here is another one for free. Enjoy.

Click the links to find Brobee and Foofa. If you make Muno, please use #drunkenauntwendy so I can find him and give you love.

MUNO – Crochet Pattern Instructions

Copyright © 2010 Wendy’s Wild Life. All Rights Reserved

Materials

Size E Crochet Hook

Vanna’s Choice Scarlet (four regular size skeins)

Vanna’s Choice While

Scraps of black for the mouth and Pupil

Tips

Use a piece of yarn in a contrasting color to mark the beginning of every row.

Abbreviations

SC – Single Crochet

INC – 2 single Crochet in the same stitch

DEC – Single crochet two stitches together

SLST – Slip Stitch

BLO – Back loops only

CH-Chain

HEAD and BODY (in red)

  1. 6 sc in magic adjustable ring
  2. 2 sc in each stitch (12 sc)
  3. *1 sc, inc (2 sc in stitch)* 6 times (18 sc)
  4. * 2 sc, inc* 6 times (24sc)
  5. *3sc, inc* 6 times (30 sc)
  6. *4 sc, inc* 6 times (36)
  7. *5 sc, inc* 6 times (42)
  8. *6 sc, inc* 6 times (48)
  9. *7 sc, inc* 6 times (54)
  10. *8 sc, inc* 6 times (60)
  11. *9sc, inc * 6 times (66)

12-61 SC Rows (50 rows)

62 *10sc, inc* 6 times (70)

63-69 SC Rows (7 rows)

70 *11sc, inc * 6 times (76)

71-77 SC Rows (7 rows)

78 *12sc, inc* 6 times (82)

79-86 SC Rows (8 rows)

Fasten off

LEGS in red (make 2)

  1. 6 sc in magic adjustable ring
  2. 2 sc in each stitch (12 sc)
  3. *1 sc, inc (2 sc in stitch)* 6 times (18 sc)
  4. * 2 sc, inc* 6 times (24sc)
  5. *3sc, inc* 6 times (30 sc)
  6. *4 sc, inc* 6 times (36)
  7. *5 sc, inc* 6 times (42)
  8. *6 sc, inc* 6 times (48)
  9. *7 sc, inc* 6 times (54)
  10. *8 sc, inc* 6 times (60)
  11. *9sc, inc * 6 times (66)
  12. *10sc, inc * 6 times (72)
  13. *11sc, inc * 6 times (78)
  14. IN BLO only SC Row

15-19 SC Rows (5 rows)

20. *Dec, 11sc * 3 times, SC remaining stitches (75)

21. *Dec, 10sc * 3 times, SC remaining stitches (72)

22. *Dec, 9sc * 3 times, SC remaining stitches (69)

23. *Dec, 8sc * 3 times, SC remaining stitches (66)

24. *Dec, 7sc * 3 times, SC remaining stitches (63)

25. *Dec, 6sc * 3 times, SC remaining stitches (60)

26. *Dec, 5sc * 3 times, SC remaining stitches (57)

27. *Dec, 4sc * 3 times, SC remaining stitches (54)

28. *Dec, 3sc * 3 times, SC remaining stitches (51)

29. *Dec, 2sc * 3 times, SC remaining stitches (48)

30-39 SC Rows (10 rows)

40. *7 sc, inc* 6 times (54)

41-49 SC Rows (9 rows)

50. *8 sc, inc* 6 times (60)

51-59 SC Rows (9 rows)

Fasten off

Stuff legs & Head/body

Make sure both foot bumps face forward sew the legs together creating a center seam. Then sew the legs to the opening from the body. You should have the same number of stitches to go around.

EYE – make one white

  1. 6 sc in magic adjustable ring
  2. 2 sc in each stitch (12 sc)
  3. *1 sc, inc (2 sc in stitch)* 6 times (18 sc)
  4. * 2 sc, inc* 6 times (24sc)
  5. *3sc, inc* 6 times (30 sc)
  6. *4 sc, inc* 6 times (36)
  7. *5 sc, inc* 6 times (42)
  8. *6 sc, inc* 6 times (48)
  9. *7 sc, inc* 6 times (54)
  10. *8 sc, inc* 6 times (60)

Fasten off

Pupil – make one black

  1. 6 sc in magic adjustable ring
  2. 2 sc in each stitch (12 sc)
  3. *1 sc, inc (2 sc in stitch)* 6 times (18 sc)

Fasten off – sew to center of eye

Sew eye to head/body on the top third of the head/body – use the photos for placement.

MOUTH – make one black

  1. CH 17
    1. turn, SC 16
    2. turn, Inc, SC 14, INC
    3. turn, DEC, SC 14, DEC

fasten off

Sew to Head/body under eye embroider teeth on using straight stitches and white.

ARMS – make 2 in red

  1. 8SC in Magic Ring
  2. 2 INC, 2sc, 2 inc, 2 sc (12)
  3. SC, 2 inc, 3 sc, 2 Inc, 4 sc (16)
  4. 2 sc, 2inc, 4 sc, 2 inc, 6 sc (20)
  5. 3 sc, 2 inc, 5sc, 2 inc, 8 sc (24)
  6. 4 sc, 2 inc, 6 sc, 2 inc, 10 sc (28)
  7. 5 sc, 2 inc, 7 sc, 2 inc, 12 sc (32)
  8. 6 sc, 2 inc, 8 sc, 2 inc, 14 sc (36)

9-13 SC Rows (5 rows)

14. 17 SC, INC, 17 Sc, inc (38)

15-16 SC Rows (2 rows)

17. 17 sc, Dec, 17 sc, dec (36)

18-22 SC rows (5 rows)

23. *5 SC, Inc* 6 times (42)

24-27 SC Rows (4 rows)

28. *6 SC, INC * 6 times (48)

29-32. SC Rows (4 rows)

33. *7sc, inc* 6 times (54)

34-37 SC Rows (4 rows)

The next few rows create almost a shoulder so you can sew the arms on with a rounded effect, but avoid the end of row decrease appearance in the back.

38. 36 SC, Sl St, turn

39. 35 SC, Sl St, turn

40. 34 SC, Sl St, turn

41. 33 SC, Sl St, turn

42 32 SC, Sl St, turn

43. 31 SC, Sl St, turn

44. 30 SC, Sl St, turn

45. 29 SC, Sl St, turn

46. 28 SC, Sl St, turn

47. 27 SC, Sl St, turn

Fasten off.

Stuff firmly and sew on sides of head/body below mouth

Thumb – make 2 in red

  1. 4 SC in magic ring
  2. Inc, 3 SC (5)
  3. Inc, 4 SC (6)
  4. Inc, 5 SC (7)
  5. Inc, 6 SC (8)
  6. Inc, 7 SC (9)

Fasten off. Sew to arms so the thumb sticks upright

Bumps – make at least 30 – more if you want – in red

  1. 6 sc in magic adjustable ring
  2. 2 sc in each stitch (12 sc)
  3. *1 sc, inc (2 sc in stitch)* 6 times (18 sc)

4-5 SC Rows (2 rows)

Fasten off sew around the body and on the legs and arms stuffing as you sew them.

Muno and his likeness is copyrighted by the Yo Gabba Gabba Company.

Check out my Etsy shop for more patterns, kits, and completed plush.

 

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Free Crochet Pattern – Brobee

Large Brobee Crochet

I took this pattern down from my shop so I though I would just offer it for free here.

I’d love photos of any completed projects. Forewarning, this guy is enormous. The finished plush doll is over 2 feet tall. Use #drunkenauntwendy if you post on Instagram. I would love to see them.

BROBEE

Crochet Pattern Instructions

© Wendy’s Wild Life 2010. All Rights Reserved

Materials

Size E crochet hook

Polyfiberfil

Red Heart Yarn in Hunter Green and Spring Green (2 7oz balls of each)

Vanna’s Choice Yarn in Scarlet, Black and White

Tapestry Needle

Tips

Use a piece of yarn in a contrasting color to mark the beginning of every row.

Abbreviations

SC – Single Crochet

INC – 2 single Crochet in the same stitch

DEC – Single crochet two stitches together

SLST – Slip Stitch

BLO – Back loops only

CH-Chain

Head and Body

 

In Spring Green Chain 20

1.         SC in 2nd Chain from hook, SC 17 more stitches, 3 SC in last chain, working in unused loops on the opposite side of the first row SC 18 and 3 SC in end.

2.         [SC 18, 3 INC (these are the three stitches at the end of the row)] twice

3.         [SC 18 (inc, SC) 3 times] twice

4.         [SC 18 (SC, inc, SC) 3 times] twice

5.         [SC 18 (inc, 3 SC) 3 times] twice

6.         [SC 18 (2 SC, inc, 2 SC) 3 times] twice

7.         [SC 18 (inc, 5 SC) 3 times] twice

8.         [SC 18 (3 SC, inc, 3 SC) 3 times] twice

9.         [SC 18 (inc, 7 SC) 3 times] twice

10.       [SC 18 (4 SC, inc, 4 SC) 3 times] twice

11.       [SC 18 (inc, 9 SC) 3 times] twice

12.       [SC 18 (5 SC, inc,  5 SC) 3 times] twice

30 rows SC in Spring Green

10 Rows SC in Hunter Green

10 Rows SC in Spring Green

10 Rows SC in Hunter Green

10 Rows SC in Spring Green

10 Rows SC in Hunter Green

Join with a slip stitch and fasten off.

Arms (make two)

 

In Hunter Green

Ch 2

  1. 6 SC in 2nd Ch from hook
  2. INC in each stitch (12 sc)
  3.  *1 SC, INC * 6 times (18 sc)
  4. * 2 SC, INC* 6 times (24sc)
  5. *3 SC, INC* 6 times (30 sc)
  6. *4 SC, INC* 6 times (36)
  7. *5 SC, INC* 6 times (42)

10 Rows SC in Hunter Green

10 Rows SC in Spring Green

10 Rows SC in Hunter Green

10 Rows SC in Spring Green

10 Rows SC in Hunter Green


 

Legs (Make two)

In Hunter Green

Ch 2

  1. 6 SC in 2nd Ch from hook
  2. INC in each stitch (12 sc)
  3.  *1 SC, INC * 6 times (18 sc)
  4. * 2 SC, INC* 6 times (24sc)
  5. *3 SC, INC* 6 times (30 sc)
  6. *4 SC, INC* 6 times (36)
  7. *5 SC, INC* 6 times (42)
  8. *6 SC, INC* 6 times (48)
  9. *7 SC, INC* 6 times (54)
  10. *8 SC, INC* 6 times (60)
  11. *9 SC, INC* 6 times (66)
  12. *10 SC, INC* 6 times (72)
  13. *11 SC, INC* 6 times (78)
  14. *12 SC, INC* 6 times (84)
  15. SC Row in BLO

16-19   4 Rows SC

20.       (DEC, 12 SC) 4 times, SC remaining stitches (80)

21        (5SC, DEC, 6SC) 4 times, SC remaining stitches (76)

22.       (DEC, 10 SC) 4 times, SC remaining stitches (72)

23.       (2SC, DEC) 12 times, SC remaining stitches (60)

24.       SC Row

25.       (1SC, DEC) 12 times, SC remaining stitches (48)

26-28   3 rows SC

29.       (DEC, 6 SC) 6 times (42)

Change Colors to Spring Green

30-33   4 Rows SC

34.       (6SC, INC) 6 times (48)

35-38   4 Rows SC

39.       (7SC, INC) 6 times (54)

Change Colors to Hunter Green

40-43   4 Rows SC

44.       (8SC, INC) 6 times (60)

45-48   4 Rows SC

49.       (9SC, INC) 6 times (66)

Change Colors to Spring Green

50-53   4 Rows SC

54.       (10 SC, INC) 6 times (72)

55-58   4 Rows SC

59.       (11SC, INC) 6 times (78)

Change Colors to Hunter Green

60.       (12 SC, INC) 6 times fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Horns  (Make 3)

In Scarlet Ch 2

  1. 6 SC in 2nd Ch from hook
  2. (INC, 2 SC) twice (8 sc)
  3. (INC, 3 SC) twice (10 sc)
  4. (INC, 4 SC) twice (12 sc)
  5. (INC, 5 SC) twice (14 sc)

6-7       2 Rows SC

8.         (INC, 6 SC) twice (16 sc)

9.         (INC, 7 SC) twice (18 sc)

10.       (INC, 8 SC) twice (20 sc)

11.       (INC, 9 SC) twice (22 sc)

12-13   2 Rows SC fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing

EYEBROW

In Black Ch 36

1          SC in 2nd Chain from hook and SC remaining stitches

2          CH 1, turn and SC row, fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Mouth

In Black Ch 26

1.         SC in 2nd Chain from hook, SC 23 stitches, Change Colors to Scarlet, 3 SC in last stitch, 24 SC in unused loops, 3 SC in last stitch

2.         3 SC, DEC, SC 14, DEC, 3 SC, 3 INC, 2 SC, INC, 18 SC, INC, 2 SC, 3 INC

3.         2 SC, DEC, DEC, 9 SC, DEC, DEC, 2 SC join with a slip stitch and fasten off

Pupil

In Black Ch 2

  1. 6 SC in 2nd Ch from hook
  2. INC in each stitch (12 sc), fasten off

Eyes (Make two)

In White Chain 4

1.         SC in 2nd Chain from hook, SC 1 more stitches, 3 SC in last chain, working in unused loops on the opposite side of the first row SC 2 and 3 SC in end.

2.         [SC 2, 3 INC (these are the three stitches at the end of the row)] twice

3.         [SC 2 (inc, SC) 3 times] twice

4.         [SC 2 (SC, inc, SC) 3 times] twice

5.         [SC 2 (inc, 3 SC) 3 times] twice

6.         [SC 2 (2 SC, inc, 2 SC) 3 times] twice

7.         [SC 2 (inc, 5 SC) 3 times] twice

8.         [SC 2 (3 SC, inc, 3 SC) 3 times] twice

Change Colors to Black

Slip Stitch in each stitch around and join with a slip stitch. Fasten Off

Assembly

 

Pin face and horns in place before attaching to ensure proper placement. I like to sew the pupils on to the eyes before I sew the eyes onto the body.

This is easier if the head is stuffed.

Stuff Body, Sew legs to bottom feet facing forward. The unused leg stitches with form a center seam. Sew up the seam between the legs.

Stuff the arms up to the bottom of the last hunter green band. Fold open edges together and sew to the sides of the body two rows down from beginning of top hunter green band

Have fun, take him everywhere because he is huge.

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Getting ready to go down the slide. He was a little scared at first.

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