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  1. Cheryl Davidson says:

    My nieces are crazy about this show! Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. wmthornb says:

    Thank you so much. I hope you have as much fun making him as I did designing him.

  3. how big is he finished?

  4. Andi says:

    Dear Wendy,
    thanks a lot for your pattern and the great effort to make it for other people. Made Brobee and Muno for the kids from friends. Think they will be very happy to get. So it sounds very nice that you are working on the pattern for Foofa because I have to make a present for three kids 🙂

    best regards from Munich, Germany
    Andi

    Sry about my bad english o_O

    • wmthornb says:

      Andi:

      Thank you so much for your kind words. Foofa is really only a half a leg away from being done. I hope to get the pattern up here within the next two weeks. I hope the kids like their presents.

      Wendy

      Your english is better than quite a few native speakers so I wouldn’t apologize.

    • wmthornb says:

      Andi, the Foofa pattern is up. Have fun.

  5. Bev says:

    Can’t wait to see pattern. Have three nieces crazy about Yo Gabba Gabba. Hoping to make them the set in time for Christmas. Thanks so much! Made my Christmas list a tad shorted. Best Bev

    • wmthornb says:

      Bev,

      Good luck. These patterns make huge stuffed plushies. Due to the time constraints, If you want to go smaller you can check out Crafty is Cool. Her’s are about 12″ tall instead of my giant ones. I will get the Foofa pattern up this weekend and I am currently working on Plex.

      Thank you so much for following me.

      Wendy

  6. Crochet freak says:

    I LOVE your Yo Gabba Gabba plushies! One day I am going to make these for my son and his cousin. I can’t wait for Plex! Awesome work!

  7. the awesome Auntie April says:

    Thank you thank you thank you for coming with this pattern.. I will post a pic of this when I am done making this for my little one for Christmas.. I have been looking for this like crazy.. Is this going to be the same size as Brobe and Muno dolls? If so this is so freaken great!!!! Thanks again for coming up with the pattern…

  8. Mariko says:

    These are SO cute. Surprisingly large, but I think that makes them more fun. Looking forward to making them, and I can’t wait for Plex too!!

  9. April says:

    Hi Wendy!! I think this is so wonderful that you came up with this pattern. I just have a couple of questions for you. 1, how many skiens of the pink yarn did you use? Also I caught a typo for you. on the leggs part it says body instead of feet.. Just wanted to let you know. Thanks.. I will send you a picture of how mine looks when it is done..

    • wmthornb says:

      April:

      Thanks so much. I was using the 7oz skeins from Hobby Lobby. To be on the safe side get at least 3. I look for the typo. Thanks so much for telling me about it. Plex is almost done, I hope to have him up on the blog soon.

      I can’t wait to see your pictures.

      Wendy

  10. Kristine says:

    I absolutely love your Yo Gabba Gabba series. I hope you are able to do them all, and hopefully I can start working on them. Both my kids just love that show and it would be great for Christmas.
    I was looking back through the archive and fell in love with alot of your others (especially angry birds and boob scarf).
    Keep up the beautiful work, will send pics if I can find time to work . 🙂

    • wmthornb says:

      Kristine, thank you so much. If you are making them for Christmas I’d start now. They are huge :). Plex will be up soon and then I’ll start on the blue one. I’ll try to post more.

  11. Bev says:

    Too cute! I love all your work. My nieces will go crazy when they finally get the set I have been making from your patterns.

  12. She is so cute. Thank you very much for sharing :o)

  13. Crochet Freak says:

    I can’t wait to see it!! My son LOVES plex and it is hard finding good patterns for him. You do amazing work!

    • wmthornb says:

      I hope to have it done soon. I have one more to go after this. If you need one soon, craftyiscool has a really good patterns that are already done. Thank you for the compliment. I really appreciate it.

  14. backtobusk says:

    Im a vegatarian and I think that is awesome!

  15. Teal says:

    Thank you soooooo much for this! I have been trying to find a pattern to make a brobee for my 1 year old daughter. I will most definetly send you a picture of my finished product! So far it is turning out great. Personally I love the size of this thing, just makes it more of a snuggle pillow. 🙂 Thanks again!!! 😀

    • wmthornb says:

      I can’t wait to see it. I only warn of the size for those who think they are getting something small or want a quick project.

      I’m so glad you like it.

  16. Auntie April says:

    Hi Wendy, I did finish the doll. She took some where around 5 pounds of pillow stuffing. This doll go everywhere with us. She was a big hit at Hobby lobby the other night. Let me know if you would like to see the pics. I can email them to you… See ya April

    • wmthornb says:

      April,

      Thanks so much, I know she is absolutely huge. The little ones I make them for like having toys their own size. I’d love pictures. If you don’t mind me posting them, I’ll put them up on the blog. My email is wendythornburg@yahoo.com.

      Thanks again,

      Wendy

  17. Emilce says:

    Simplemente hermosa!!!
    Gracias por compartirlo
    Besos
    Emilce

  18. Jenna says:

    Totally going to make one for my boyfriend- The Michigan Fan! Hahahahaha

  19. andrea says:

    Has this pattern been tested?

    I love it, but I keep running into problems on the legs.

    • wmthornb says:

      I’ve made it twice from the pattern and a couple of other people have made it from the pattern. This is the first I’m hearing of problems. If you tell me where you are having trouble, maybe I can help you sort it out.

      I really love to help you out and to clarify anything in the pattern that may be causing you problems.

      Let me know via a comment or email me directly at wendythornburg@yahoo.com. I’m pretty quick at responding.

  20. lauren says:

    Loooove the yo gabba gabba patterns!!! My friend sent me the link to foofah & I saw muno, brobee & the start of plex is there a toodee?? Or will there be??

    • wmthornb says:

      Lauren:

      Thank you so much. Plex is actually almost done. I know I’ve said that for awhile, but I promise I just need to finish his legs, hands and feet.

      As for toodee, I feel I must do it to complete the set so it will eventually be up here. They take so long to finish that I have to mix in other projects while I go or I will get bored and never finish them.

      Wendy

  21. Katie Thull says:

    I’m new at reading patterns for crochet…so I’m having a hard time reading the pattern for the devil horns. Is there any way you could simplify it for me? I’m not sure what an increase is, or where you link or where you turn? Thanks!

    • wmthornb says:

      Katie:

      Thanks for visiting. An increase in crochet is two single crochet stitches in one stitch. There are no turns in this pattern and no joining stitches. It is worked in the round like amigurumi.

      Hope that helps. If you have more questions, please let me know.

      Wendy

  22. Brsndi says:

    Where you ever able to finish plex? I love your patterns for yo gabba gabba and can’t wait to finish the set. Well minus one lol. Plus plexus is my daughters favorite. Thanjs tor all the great large patterns!

    • wmthornb says:

      Brandi:

      I actually have it almost done. I am working on the feet now. I keep having to set it aside and work on smaller items for my craft fairs. It will be up. I just can tell you when.

      Wendy

  23. Connie says:

    Too cute, love it!

  24. Cj says:

    She is cute =>

  25. Sara says:

    I love this pattern! Thanks for sharing it. What size hook did you use?

    • wmthornb says:

      I use an E hook for all my stuffed creatures. Just make sure yours is small enough that the stitches are tight so the stuffing peeks out.

      Thanks for the compliment. I’d love to see any finished item.

      Wendy

      • Neel Gause says:

        cute crab, but the things you called antenna are actually the crabs eyes, and the spot where you added eyeballs is where their mouth parts belong.

  26. vickie weidman says:

    I just finished making brobee for my little grandson who is 3 1/2 yrs. old and plan on giving it to him for Easter. It turned out so cute, and I know he will love it, especially the size. I look for amigurumi patterns all the time also. I wonder if you have the pattern finished for plex and tootie, the fox looking one. I am getting ready to start muno next. Thank you so much for sharing your patterns, it makes it so much easier for people like me. You do such a beautiful job capturing these characters. God bless you, 😉

    • wmthornb says:

      I bet he will love it. I will keep working on the other two. Hopefully, I will get them done eventually.

      • vickie weidman says:

        so you are still working on plex? and I’m not sure of the blue fox looking one? Thank you so much and I look forward to hearing from you when you are finished. Thanks again, Vickie… 🙂

  27. Amanda says:

    My son is a huge bacon fan. I have to limit the amount Of “I Love Bacon” shirts he buys at ten years old. So this is the ultimate scarf for him.

  28. Amber says:

    Hi there! I am making this tote for Mother’s day! My mom just loves sunflowers! I am just wondering which side of the bag is supposed to be the “right side”? I can’t really tell from the pictures! I assume the back loop crochets are supposed to form a sort of design (and therefore that is the right side), but also I have a section where you can see staggering where I have moved up with each round. Very cute bag-can’t wait to finish up and give it to my Mom!

    • wmthornb says:

      The back loops should form the edge on the base so it goes from the bottom up to the side pattern. I hope that helps. Your mom is going to love it.

  29. EnterTAYned says:

    This is adorable. I will have to try making one!

  30. laurenrowe01 says:

    I made this pattern with a slightly bigger needle (size G) and he ended up huge! He was easily as big as the two year old I made him for. It was pretty awesome to present her with a life-sized Brobee. Thanks.

  31. cakemix says:

    this has got to be the best thing ever! thank you xxx

  32. Kathy Bartholomew says:

    HI Wendy,
    I have questions for you. The connectors between claws and body? What is that? How many stitches is in row 2 of the white of the eyes?

    I have a customer looking for a crab for a barbecue she is having and would like me to make one for her. Your pattern and design seems easy enough to make, and it is very cute.

    Thank You for posting the pattern.

    • wmthornb says:

      Kathy,

      The connectors are like the legs that attach the claws to the body. There are 12 stitches in the second row of eyes. You do a normal increase and then do two hdc in the same stitch, then a normal increase and repeat.

      Hope that helps. Please send any completed photos. I’m trying to set up a photo gallery of completed projects.

      If you have any other questions, pleae let me know.

      Wendy

  33. I can’t wait to make these for my grandkids. I look forward to seeing Toodee and Plex. These are AMAZING!!

  34. jessy cubaz says:

    on step 3 for the legs, i was wondering whats BLO?

  35. Lisa says:

    Hello I love your pattern thank you so much for sharing I have started on it but am having problem on the body and was wondering if u could help… So after the sc and it say you should have 66 the next rnd says u should have 70 but I end up with 72 please help and thanks

    • wmthornb says:

      Lisa,

      I would just do two spaced out decreases rather than starting over. It won’t show and it will get you back on track with the numbers.

      Wendy

  36. katie o says:

    I love this, I recently decided to make my niece a Bacon scarf, but the only ones out there were a huge intarsia chart or they were just striped. This one has great texture and is only two colors, but the two.strands together rows are genius. I am working on it with a brownish red chunky yarn and an off white tan-ish Homespun. It’s looking great, ill have to email you a picture when its done! There’s several site which have compiled Bacon scarf patterns, and your pattern isn’t on any of them, but then this one is much more recent. Great work, I love it!!!!!

    • wmthornb says:

      I’m so glad you like it. I like that it allows for a lot of flexibility. You can make it thick or thin and change the colors up at random. Please send me a photo when you finish. I am trying to develop a reader made section so people can see how other’s projects have turned out.

  37. Britni says:

    Thanks for the great pattern! “My Brobee” turned out HUGE, really don’t know what I did “wrong” but my son is in love.
    http://www.stitchinglilies.com/my-brobee/

  38. you should adapt for bigger babys i have a 1 year old and a 3 year old would love one for either!

  39. I noticed some errors. HEAD: round 8: SC 2, inc.
    If I do “sc, inc, sc” the stitch count doesn’t match.
    And where are rounds 17-19?

    • wmthornb says:

      Hilla:

      In Round 8, (SC, INC, SC) is 4 stitches done 6 times will equal 24 stitches. You can do (2SC, INC) if you want. I do it this way so there isn’t a spiral indicating the increase stitches on the finished product.

      As for 17-19 – the numbering program on my ipad decided to skip some lines and I didn’t notice it until now. Thank you for pointing it out.

      Wendy

  40. Brandi Pifer says:

    LOVE this! My son is asking for him so I’ll be starting. Wondering if you finished Plex yet… He was looking pretty great from what I saw. Would love to work on him as well.

    Thanks for the patterns:)

  41. Phyllis Drake says:

    Do you have a pattern for the angry bird the mighty eagle? If so is it large and will you be posting it? I love your patterns they are so easy to read and make…Thanks for all yuo post…

  42. Dear Aunt Wendy, You are a genius and we wish you were OUR drunken Aunt Wendy! Thank you for the pattern!

  43. Carole says:

    How about adult size please?

  44. Aysha says:

    so have u done more than the three u have??? I also want to do them all!!! I am on Brobee, I am going to do Foofa, and than Muno, but need Toodee, and Plex and the white guy as well…… have u dont Toodee??? could u email it to me, thnx

  45. […] The famous angry bird game’s character. Pattern made by wmthornb. Get it for free here […]

  46. susan says:

    Hi would you have a pattern for knitting a lego blanket seen crochet ones but i cant crochet can you help

  47. […] Free Foofa crochet pattern made by wmthornb. Go here for free pattern […]

  48. Maggie C says:

    My Mom lost both breasts to cancer, one in 1980, the other about 20 years later. She would have loved this scarf.

  49. Joy says:

    Omg! I love this 🙂
    I am vegan and I have a niece who is OBSESSED with bacon and we joke all the time how she’d join me in veganism if bacon wasn’t meat! I am making us matching scarves for Christmas
    You are awesome!

  50. […] This is my take on my hedgehog Pancake. This great pattern is available for free at: Drunken Aunt Wendy’s blog […]

  51. lesley ryder says:

    i too would love an adult version and larger child.. happy to pay x

    • Carole says:

      Hi there, any news when an adult hat for lego will be available? hope your move home went well x

  52. Caresse Heitzman says:

    Hi Wendy, I have a couple of questions regarding this pattern. I love it btw, I love that it looks like real bacon rather than just a ripple scarf in red and white.
    First question- Do you only need one ball of each color of yarn? You don’t list a quantity in your supply list.
    Second question- In rows 10 and 18, you say to switch to hook E, but your supply list calls for a G and H hook, no mention of an E.
    Could you clarify this to me in an email please? I really appreciate it. Also about how long is the scarf once its done?
    Thanks again,
    Caresse

  53. sandy says:

    do you have this pattern available?

  54. Kristen says:

    I adore this. Thank you for being so generous and sharing your porky genius!

  55. Barb says:

    What is the size of the finished crab?

  56. Theresa says:

    Hi Wendy, I am progressing well with my first hedgehog BUT I’m stuck at Row 23-25 where it says repeat Row 25?? A typo I think, so which row do I repeat? Please help, I’m so close to the end : ( , thanks

  57. Amanda says:

    LOVE! I’ve been looking for a Brobee pattern for my son who will be 2 soon. I made him a Muno already! AND WE LOVE HUGE! lol!

  58. Anne says:

    Oh my god this is so cool! It isn’t like a lot of other bacon patterns that just have stripes or whatever, this ACTUALLY looks like a strip of bacon. I think I’ll have to make this for my meatatarian friend for her birthday, haha. Great pattern!

  59. Beth says:

    Wow this will be much more complicated than the scarves and blankets I have made in the past, however my grandson will love it. I hope I am up to the challenge.
    Thanks for your creativity and generosity!!!

  60. Teresa says:

    Love it..I want to make a herd of them..LOL…Thanks

  61. Aysha says:

    Can’t wait till the pattern is available. 🙂

  62. melissa says:

    on the top row 17 where it says sc top to bottom..Wha does top to bottom mean? I have never heard that term

  63. Roxanne Begrand says:

    I am just wondering, how much wool is needed for the main bag part (green) for the “Handy Crochet Tote” pattern?

  64. read somewhere that bacon is the meat most vegetarians stray for! I believe it. not a big meat eater… but bacon…. ummmmm

  65. Brenda says:

    I am going to start this today, but am going to switch up the colors. Do not have enough of any of my greens to do it and do not want to go out in the cold. He is going to be a big mishmash of colors. We will see how he turns out.

  66. Tiffany says:

    Do you happen to have a Brutus hat pattern similar to this available? This is so cute. Thanks for sharing.

  67. Irma says:

    Ladies I need help with the instructions for head and body Can any one explain to me how to do since you finish with no problem,please ,please….
    Gratefully appreciate .
    Irma

    • wmthornb says:

      Irma:

      Are you having trouble with the oval shape? Let me know what exactly you are having trouble with and I’ll be happy to help.

      Sincerely,

      Wendy

  68. Irma says:

    Wendy,is the instructions I don’t understand like row 1-[sc18(inc,sc)3 times]twice
    I can’t figure out . can you explain how to do this,in plain English and no brackets ,if you can explain I think I understand the next rows.
    Thanks a lot .
    Irma

  69. Irma says:

    So you did first 18 sc,then increase 1sc 3 times in the same row and then you did another row the same .
    Irma

    • wmthornb says:

      You continue the stitches around on the other side. The set up row had you crocheting 18 into your start chain, making three stitches in the last chain. Then you use the unused loops from the start chain (the reverse side) and repeat. Both sides of the set up chain are used.

      How did you do your set up row, as I think that might be the issue?

      Wendy Sent from my iPhone

  70. Julie says:

    All I can say is, I don’t get it. I have been crocheting for over 40 yrs and this just don’t add up. That is probably why that one woman’s Brobee turned out so big. She had to play with the stitches to make it right in the corners.

    • wmthornb says:

      Brobee is supposed to be huge. He is almost 3 feet tall when finished. I would be happy to make the pattern clearer if there is a specific question to tell me what the problem is. The patterns are offered for free and I don’t have testers. Comments with specific problems or issues help me and others with the patterns. Comments like this are counterproductive.

  71. jujube1960 says:

    OK…so on the area for the head where it says 30 rows sc with spring green is that 30 more rows or continue from row 12

  72. jujube1960 says:

    Awesome. Thank you

  73. One question. In the pattern there is a g hook and an h hook. It says e hook on Row 10. Is that supposed to be G?

  74. Elisahbeth says:

    is this pattern done, I’ve already made the other three you have done and they turned out awesome waiting for this one

    • wmthornb says:

      I am so glad you like the other patterns. My lift went a little topsy turvy lately and I haven’t had much of a chance to crochet. I also have kids now through marriage and they are a bit old for Yo Gabba Gabba. I have it on my list of things to do. Sadly, I never seem to have any time to crochet. I want the full set so I will get to it. I promise to post it here as soon as it is done.

      • Aysha Awan says:

        GOD willing u be able to have some free time to crochet… I too am waiting, and I will wait as long as it takes….. I can do it!!, lol… thnx for the responds, and getting back to updating us… means alot… cant wait till u can have the other ones done…. thank you again, for giving us the ability to do them as well… thank you Wendy!!

      • wmthornb says:

        I am working on one other thing right now and then I will make Plex again. I have to start over because my Chihuahua ate the first pattern. It will be at least a month.

      • Aysha Awan says:

        I totally understand….. and believe u….. I cant wait, but I will, lol… cheers!! Peace!!

  75. Amy says:

    How do I locate this pattern? All I see is the pic and the link to this page.

  76. lamawa says:

    I AM NEW TO USING A COMPUTER. I DON’T SEE A PINTEREST SIGN OR SOMETHING THAT I CAN DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN. HOW CAN I GET THE PICTURE AND THE PATTERN SHORT OF HAND COPING THE PATTERN? THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP.

    • wmthornb says:

      You can add it to Pinterest if you have Pinterest set up on your computer. Otherwise if you want to print the pattern, hit control p. Good luck.

  77. VIVIANA says:

    mañana lo hago y te envio la foto cuando termine!!!!, MUCHAS GRACIAS!!!

  78. mamajos says:

    Oh my goodness! Love, love, love this bacon scarf! I was asked to make a bacon scarf for a fb friend, but all I could find was striped ripple patterns…blah! This fits the bill perfectly!!! Your work is amazing!!
    Thank you!
    Mama Jo’s Inspired by Love

  79. victoria weidman says:

    Don’t mean to be a pest…just checking to see if u’ve made any progress on plex since my last message…hope u are staying warm…

  80. Tracy says:

    Wendy, I love the new colours she is FABULOUS !!!!

  81. Tracy says:

    Delightful Wendy !!

  82. Oh my goodness! I have been looking for these for my niece!!! I’m so excited.

  83. wmthornb says:

    I lost my mojo when it came to these so I haven’t finished all of them. It is hard because I have an almost finished plex, but my dog ate the pattern.

  84. Ruth Sheldon says:

    congratulations on your upcoming nuptuals! I can’t wait to see more of your creations! I’m eagerly awaiting the finish of the avengers… Take your time, enjoy being a bride, it only happens for a day… then you get to be a wife! enjoy it!!

  85. […] After mastering how to crochet in the round and finishing the first hat I began making the first baby hat. The red one with a buckeye and leaves. This one took me about an hour to do for just the hat portion. The buckeye and leaves didn’t take too long either. I used this tutorial for the hat and made it the 3-6 month old size. The tutorial was very detailed and easy to understand! To make the leaves and buckeye use the pattern located here. […]

  86. Carole Donovan says:

    Hello, sorry to keep on, but any adult hat available now please? x

  87. Carri says:

    Awesome scarf! How much yarn did yours take? Sorry if I have overlooked that part.

  88. aniseleonie says:

    What type of yarn is used for this pattern?

  89. aniseleonie says:

    And I don’t suppose you have managed to work out different sizes yet?

  90. Carole says:

    I think the owner of the pattern has gone now :(. Really would love Adult size pattern of this!

  91. Libby Meredyth says:

    How many balls of wool would I need to make this great scarf?

  92. Tracy Walsh says:

    Hello Wendy,

    That is freaky !!! It was only yesterday I visited your site, thinking you have been so quiet since your wedding !!

    Great to see you back !!

    Kind Regards,

    Tracy

    ________________________________

    • wmthornb says:

      Tracy,

      I am trying. Finding time for yarn craft is a lot more difficult with children and a husband. For some reason they want me to pay attention to them too :).

      I’m working on a few things and I am trying to update more.

      Wendy

  93. j.a. kjos hunter says:

    I made this scarf for my bf for his birthday tomorrow.. Cant wait for him to get it! It looks SO REAL. Wish I could post a pic 🙂 thanks for the pattern 🙂

  94. What size crochet hook? I can’t wait to get started.

    • wmthornb says:

      I usually use an E hook when doing stuffed creatures to make sure that the stitches are nice and tight and the stuffing doesn’t come out. Have fun.

  95. Kimberly says:

    What hook do you begin the project with. I see towards the end where you switch hooks, but not sure which to begin with. I am assuming H?

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  97. Jessey says:

    Forgive me if this was already asked as answered: how many skeins of each yarn? Thanks!

  98. Sarah says:

    I have almost finished my pacman ghost but i am conconfused on how to finish it off. I have only started crocheting.

    • wmthornb says:

      Sarah:

      I’m sorry I was MIA for a while. Finishing off in crochet is easy. Cut your yarn and pull it through the open stitch to secure it.

      Have fun,

      Wendy

  99. Laura says:

    Hey – I’m a sometimes drunken aunt too!

  100. brezartist says:

    Great patterns. Love your site

  101. Sara Beth says:

    This is my first attempt at Amigurumi and I’m confused. Is this worked in the round? And can you do it with the magic ring process instead if it is in the round? And do you chain any between the rows? Thanks!!

    • wmthornb says:

      Sara Beth:

      This project is worked in the round. I personally do not like the magic ring, but it is perfectly fine if you want to start your project that way. Do not chain between rounds. You will work in a continuous spiral around the body. The loop stitch shows on the wrong side of the fabric so when you are doing Helga’s quills, you will need to turn the project around. It says so in the pattern. Good luck and let me know if you have more questions.

      Wendy

  102. Deana says:

    Thank you so much for the pattern? How many skeins does it take of each color and do you just change the color sequence at random? Thanks a lot!

    • wmthornb says:

      I used less than one of each. If you want your bacon to be your own individual scarf, feel free to change the colors at random. I wrote down in the pattern when I changed them.

      Enjoy.

  103. Ditte says:

    Hi Wendy, Thanks for sharing your pattern on Mr. Sniffles. As a biochemist, I think he is adorable!! The chart was easy to follow – the biggest challenge was to get the ‘vings’ symmetrically stitched onto the virus. I wrote about him on my blog – and linked to your blog for the details 😉

  104. CS says:

    What an awesome pattern! Thank you so much for posting it, I’m going to make one for my nephew!

  105. Beth says:

    I just finished all my increases in the head and I’m starting on my rounds. After seeing all the comments about being confused on the increases, I thought I’d share a tip that worked for me. Mark the first increases at each end of the work with a contrasting yarn scrap or stitch marker. This will help you realize where those first stitches are so when you come back around you know where to put your next increases. I only had to do this for the first few rounds….then it was all counting! I hope this helps! Thank you so much for the free pattern! I can’t wait to finish this and give it to my daughter for her 2nd birthday!

  106. Brenda says:

    I love this pattern. Would there be a link to make the pattern for the pac man as well??

  107. […] Learn how to crochet a Baby Lego Man Beanie from @ Drunk Aunt Wendy Designs […]

  108. […] the moment I’m whipping up a shorter variation of this crochet bacon scarf to see if it’ll work for my costume for Chivahn’s Adventure Time themed birthday party […]

  109. Anja says:

    Beautiful yarn – and such a sweet husband! Happy Birthday 🌹🎉🎈

  110. Cheryl says:

    Is there a video for this pattern? If so can you tell me where to look cause I’m stuck.

  111. SO AWESOME! I had some of Vanna’s Choice new Brick color, and it looks super awesome! Once I take better pics I’ll send them. Next one I’m going to do the “curly fat” rows on both sides. It’s super great as it is, but I love that you can make a whole bunch and have them all be slightly different. Just like real slices of bacon!

    I also wanted a “fluffier” fabric, so I used the hook size suggested on the skein (J) for the single yarn rows, and a size N for two. Not that I needed to use one that big to handle both strands, but I like the way the bigger stitches look placed in the middle of the bacon. 🙂

  112. Dee Frazier says:

    I just ran across a picture of this & laughed not only at the name but I just finished a C2C and would like to share the photo with you.

  113. […] come together, but I don’t get much else done when I do, lol. While relaxing, I found this AWESOME pattern online for a bacon scarf. Instead of a flat ripple, it was all “curly” like real bacon! I was in love. Then a […]

  114. […] is not my pattern but the wonderful glitzy fairy was inspired by Kevin (the bacon scarf) and decided there needed to be a whole breakfast themed set of […]

  115. Aysha says:

    I love how you do pics, helps see wat I’m to have done. Or you could do a video.

  116. Gigi says:

    This sounds excellent – hard to wait! Love the new plan – especially love the picture part because I am a visual person & like to see if what I am making is coming out like it is suppose to.

  117. Ditte says:

    Looking forward to see your new strategy – looking forward to your patterns 🙂

  118. Julie says:

    I’m kind of confused on round 10… I’ve never made a loop stitch before.. I know it says that all Increases are loops unless otherwise specified, but if I do that on round 10, it kinda looks wierd. Maybe I’m doing something wrong?

    • wmthornb says:

      Make sure that your have turned it so the wrong side is facing. The loop stitch goes out. And I think you may be talking about the (4sc, inc) section. Those are not loop stitches. Thank you for letting me know it was unclear. There will be a flat set of stitches on the bottom so it lays flat and the loop stitches are around the sides and top. I will make a note to edit this and make it clearer.

  119. Julie says:

    Ok. Thank you 🙂
    She is VERY cute BTW 🙂

  120. StefRose says:

    thanks for sharing

  121. Tracy says:

    Love him- HE DOESN’T LOOK EVIL TO ME.

  122. Tracy says:

    He is a CUTIE, would get a giggle waking up next to him in the Dark !!!!

    Thank you so much for sharing Wendy, I am actually working with your FOOFA pattern at the moment.

    Your PATTERNS will NEVER get old and you will be pleased to know how FAR AROUND THE WORLD they travel !!

    I am in AUSTRALIA, they are used by my Dear Friend from SUDAN, and also a friend from BRAZIL !!!

    KIND REGARDS
    FROM US ALL !!!!!

    • wmthornb says:

      I had no idea my patterns had travelled so far. Thank you so much for sharing. Good luck with Foofa. I think that one took me almost a month to finish. :).

  123. Adorable, must make for my son ❕

  124. He is great! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  125. Ceta G says:

    Reblogged this on thiscrazycraftlife and commented:
    This crocheted Brutus is Amazing. My SIL was making crocheted bears for me, but I think we just might attempt this pattern next. Thanks so much for the free pattern!

  126. Ceta G says:

    I love this. I am going to attempt this, and thanks so much for the free pattern. Reblogged!

  127. Great pattern! I might try knitting one.

  128. […] found the bacon pattern from Drunken Aunt Wendy Designs blog, and I free-handed the eggs. I finished this project in just a day and a half (once I started I […]

  129. Linda says:

    After making small claw I don’t understand what to do next.

    • wmthornb says:

      The small claw is crocheted to the large claw. You crochet around the large claw and then the small one. You then just continue in the round. There will be a tiny hole that you will need to sew up later.

      I hope this helps.

  130. wmthornb says:

    Yes. This makes the ends of the legs flatter so it sits better.

  131. Mariana Navarro says:

    absolutely love your pattern I have a coworker who has been begging for a bacon scarf for when she goes to a beacon festival this year I am finally going to try out this pattern will send you a picture when I am done. thanks a bunch for your hard work..you rock

  132. […] Lego Person Newborn Baby Hat […]

  133. Cheryl Hankins says:

    In row 5 it says to have 227 stitches.I am 8 stitches to short what am I doing wrong can you help me.In row 4 I came out to 216 like it said. Please e-mail me and let me know what I am doing wrong. Thanks

  134. Melinda says:

    Is it possible to bet a printed pattern for c2c blanket please.

  135. Tammy Fitzsimmons says:

    Thank you for this pattern! I can’t wait to try it! My family (who, incidentally, is related to the great Woody Hayes) is from Columbus, and my grandfather used to usher at the Horseshoe at every home game. (Only missed two games in 30+ years!) I’m such a devoted Buckeye fan, my kitchen is scarlet and gray. This pattern will definitely go on my to-do list!

    • wmthornb says:

      That’s a great story. I hope you like the pattern. Let me know if there are any problems. Also send me a picture if you want. I love to see finished works.

  136. Tatiana says:

    Thanks a lit, i like your angry bird very much, and this discription helped me.

  137. artist1946 says:

    very awesome patterns-your work is wonderful too. thanks for sharing.

  138. Sarah Szabo says:

    I love the look of your bacon scarf, and I’d love to make it, but I do have a few questions. How long is the finished scarf? In the beginning of the pattern, it does not say which hook size to use. Would I start with an E hook? I hope to hear from you soon, thanks!

  139. Kat says:

    I really love this! I work with a crazy lady who obsesses over her bacon and I’d love to make this for her!! I am just confused on what you mean for the increase? Is it in one loop? Or two for (x) amount of time? I’m sure I’ll figure it out but a little guidance would be appreciated! Then I can give that crazy bacon lady a bacon scarf 😉 Thank you for sharing this pattern! (I’ve also found an egg hat and buttered toast mittens lol)

  140. […] week the #tbt was Beebs. Have you made him yet? What do you think of those […]

  141. Crystal Thompson says:

    I’m dying for the pattern of Ralphie in his pink bunny torture outfit 🙂
    Please?

    • wmthornb says:

      I ordered the yarn so I could test the pattern and it was the wrong color. I hope to the store tomorrow and then I can test the pattern. I do apologize.

      • Crystal Thompson says:

        No apologies necessary! I wouldn’t even have a chance to make it before Xmas. I just hadn’t seen another post with Ralphie in it. I’ve never even seen him in his crochetd pink glory, so I was hoping the pattern would be available eventually!

  142. Sandra says:

    WOW! Such a great idea! I love it!

  143. Crystal Thompson says:

    Every so often, I check back to see if you have made Ralphie available. I also love your witch. You’re basically just pretty awesome.

  144. wmthornb says:

    Crystal: I haven’t had a chance to test the pattern. I can send you a .pdf of the pattern untested if you would like to test it for me. Its typed at least so you don’t have to deal with my chicken scratch.

  145. Crystal Thompson says:

    I freaking LOVE Wonder Woman, just an FYI. Did Ralphie sell?? He’s my favorite ami make so far!!

  146. wmthornb says:

    He was one people liked to pick up and look at, but he did not sell.

  147. […] updated Helga. Hopefully she will be clearer to read now and easier to […]

  148. Karen Anderson says:

    Just wanted to say thanks for sharing your hard work. I love the patterns. I hope to get a few of the monsters made before the fall sales start.
    Thanks Again. Waiting for your next email.
    Karen A.

  149. Crystal Thompson says:

    Hehe you think she’s lacking boobage?

  150. wmthornb says:

    Well considering the source material… Yep!

  151. Wanda Ferrell says:

    I have been looking for a pattern like this for a year. Thank you.
    Have you thought about making a YouTube video for this. Unfortunately, I am a better learner through watching than reading. But I am going to give it my best shot. Thanks.

    • wmthornb says:

      I don’t think I am YouTube ready. I have been looking into the necessary editing software and hardware as I think just watching me crochet for a few hours would be really boring.

  152. […] Pig from Angry Birds. I needed something for all my birds to attack. You can find the patterns for red, black, yellow and blue. There is even a green pig if you want a couple different versions. […]

  153. […] from Angry Birds. I needed something for all my birds to attack. You can find the patterns for red, black, yellow and blue. There is even a green pig if you want a couple different versions. Helmet […]

  154. […] Birds. I needed something for all my birds to attack. You can find the patterns for red, black, yellow and blue. There is even a green pig if you want a couple different versions. Helmet pig is now […]

  155. […] needed something for all my birds to attack. You can find the patterns for red, black, yellow and blue. There is even a green pig if you want a couple different versions. Helmet pig is now available […]

  156. […] my birds to attack. You can find the patterns for red, black, yellow and blue. There is even a green pig if you want a couple different versions. Helmet pig is now available for you to make your own. […]

  157. Wanda Ferrell says:

    One more question. Can you use Red Heart Super Saver yarn instead? I would love to try and make this, but don’t want to spend tons of time making and mere second of frogging it..lol. Thanks for getting back on the last question.

  158. […] another part of my mini-monster collection. Other patterns done are Freddy Krueger and The Babadook. There are 10 in all. Join my mailing list for links to exclusive […]

  159. […] another part of my mini-monster collection. Other patterns done are Freddy Krueger and The Babadook. There are 10 in all. Join my mailing list for links to exclusive […]

  160. […] a lot fun with these guys. I’ve made 10 that will be typed up and make it onto the blog. Samara, the Babadook and Freddy Krueger are already […]

  161. […] with these guys. I’ve made 10 that will be typed up and make it onto the blog. Samara, the Babadook and Freddy Krueger are already […]

  162. […] guys. I’ve made 10 that will be typed up and make it onto the blog. Samara, the Babadook and Freddy Krueger are already […]

  163. askagimp says:

    This will be perfect for my LGBT buddies. Thanks for sharing the pattern.

  164. […] made a friend to go with Ms. Prickles. Remember her? She’s a super cute Cactus and she needed a […]

  165. […] Cyrus likes to hang out with her friends Frank Cyclopstra and […]

  166. […] Smiley Cyrus likes to hang out with her friends Frank Cyclopstra and Beebs. […]

  167. oma1648 says:

    I’m logged in but that password didn’t unlock “exclusive patterns” How do i view them?

  168. oma1648 says:

    Thank you.

  169. […] Wakko. You can also get Yakko. I haven’t typed Dot yet. She will be done […]

  170. […] for the free pattern. I’m sure you remember Yakko and Wakko. The Warner Brothers have been up on my blog for a little bit, making their poor sister […]

  171. […] for the free pattern. I’m sure you remember Yakko and Wakko. The Warner Brothers have been up on my blog for a little bit, making their poor sister sad. No […]

  172. oma1648 says:

    Thank you for the pattern.
    Add the aproxamite finished size please.
    Love finding patterns(link)in my e-mails.
    Female comic hero.

  173. wmthornb says:

    Thank you for answering my questions. The mummy is about 8″ tall when done. I will keep your suggestions in mind. I’ve got one vote for everything but Ghostbusters. I will have to see if I get more votes.

  174. […] you want to make more there are patterns for Angry Birds in Blue, black and  […]

  175. […] you want to make more there are patterns for Angry Birds in Blue, black and  […]

  176. […] If you want to make more there are patterns for Angry Birds in Blue, black and  Yellow. […]

  177. […] are also patterns for a helmet pig and a green […]

  178. […] There are also patterns for a helmet pig and a green pig. […]

  179. Susie newhall says:

    I am dying over your creation!!! It is the most realistic bacon scarf I have ever seen!! I want to make this for a male who is y’all and large. How can I make this longer? Any advice would help!! Thank you sooo much!!

    • wmthornb says:

      I am so glad you like it. It was a lot of fun to make.

      Start with a longer chain. Then adjust the pattern by how many you increased either at the end or beginning of each row, It is a fairly freeform pattern.

  180. […] you follow me on Instagram, you know that I am almost done with Pinky. NARF! Brain and Pinky should be ready to take over the world this weekend. Did you see Animaniacs and Pinky and […]

  181. […] you see Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain are coming back with new content on Hulu? Make your own Yakko, Wakko, and Dot and sit back and watch the show with your little […]

  182. […] Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain are coming back with new content on Hulu? Make your own Yakko, Wakko, and Dot and sit back and watch the show with your little […]

  183. […] and Pinky and the Brain are coming back with new content on Hulu? Make your own Yakko, Wakko, and Dot and sit back and watch the show with your little […]

  184. […] like my cuddly microbes. There has already been Mr. Sniffles, the cold […]

  185. […] so I can find it on social media. Don’t forget the other crocheted microbes, Anthrax and Mr. […]

  186. […] If you haven’t visited me before, the free patterns are not tested. Tested versions with lots of photos are available in my Etsy or Ravelry shops. If you make Mr. Sa, make sure to use #drunkenauntwendy so I can find it on social media. Don’t forget the other crocheted microbes, Anthrax and Mr. Sniffles. […]

  187. […] have made other microbes; Mr. Sa – the MRSA super bug and Anthrax the cutest little biohazard. Magnetized Sperm and Ova along […]

  188. […] have made other microbes; Mr. Sa – the MRSA super bug and Anthrax the cutest little biohazard. Magnetized Sperm and Ova along with Clint and Lydia, Chlamydia, and […]

  189. […] free Pattern. It is a new addition to my vegetable and fruit plush. Don’t forget to make up a Beetsy to have a friend.  Remember, this is not tested. Use #drunkenauntwendy if you post on Instagram. I […]

  190. […] already posted his bride. You can now make the matching […]

  191. […] if you are into old movie monsters, you can add the mummy in to the set as well. This pattern is not tested. If you find a problem, let me know. If you make […]

  192. Double Pi says:

    Amazing jobs

  193. Hi i guess i did get on ur mailing list … Yippy … So How do i get the password For the little dragon … Hes so cute … Im a dragon n skull freak 😉 Thank you Phyllis Love Smith

  194. […] got the better me. Here it is and I’m sorry the pictures are so bad. Don’t miss the Red, Blue, or Black […]

  195. […] the better me. Here it is and I’m sorry the pictures are so bad. Don’t miss the Red, Blue, or Black […]

  196. […] me. Here it is and I’m sorry the pictures are so bad. Don’t miss the Red, Blue, or Black […]

  197. EmCapodi says:

    Hi I’m trying to figure out how to start the head with the chain eight then the 5 sc 3sc etc and honestly has me a bit lost could you break it down for me on how I should get started does it start with a magic circle ?

  198. […] the links to find Brobee and Foofa. If you make Muno, please use #drunkenauntwendy so I can find him and give you […]

  199. […] the links to find Brobee and Foofa. If you make Muno, please use #drunkenauntwendy so I can find him and give you […]

  200. […] apologies for this taking so long. You make his companion Brain and then plot to take over the world. It takes a lot of restraint not to do stop motion movies with […]

  201. […] to my crocheted microbes collection. If you want to make a set, don’t forget to check out Mr. Sniffles, Anthrax and Mr. Sa. There are more to […]

  202. […] microbes collection. If you want to make a set, don’t forget to check out Mr. Sniffles, Anthrax and Mr. Sa. There are more to […]

  203. […] collection. If you want to make a set, don’t forget to check out Mr. Sniffles, Anthrax and Mr. Sa. There are more to […]

  204. […] another addition to my Cuddly Microbes set. Check out the previous ones Anthrax, Mr. Sa, Mr. Sniffles, Clem and Lydia. You can have a whole set of little […]

  205. […] https://drunkenauntwendydesigns.com/2018/09/07/chickenpox-free-crochet-pattern/ — Read on drunkenauntwendydesigns.com/2018/09/07/chickenpox-free-crochet-pattern/ […]

  206. […] microbes; Mr. Sa – the MRSA super bug and Anthrax the cutest little biohazard along with Clem and Lydia, Chlamydia, and Eggbert the Chicken Pox. Want to make Mr. Sniffles, but don’t have the […]

  207. Love it! So creative and unique

  208. […] is another Cactus pattern if you want […]

  209. […] made a friend to go with Ms. Prickles. Remember her? She’s a super cute Cactus and she needed a […]

  210. […] Cyrus likes to hang out with her friends Frank Cyclopstra and […]

  211. And how many grams of each skein do you need to knit a vulpix?

  212. stephanie frickey says:

    row18 of the head has typos

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      Actually it looks like I left out a couple of rows when typing:

      Rounds 11-12: 2 rows SC [30 stitches per row]
      Round 13: (2 SC, INC, 2 SC) 6 times [36].
      Round 14: (5 SC, INC) 6 times [42]
      Rounds 15-17: SC in each stitch for 4 rows [42 stitches per row]
      Round 18: 7 SC, 7 INC, 11 SC, 7 DEC, 3 SC. [42]
      Rounds 19-21: SC in each stitch for 3 rows [42 stitches per row].
      Round 22: (5 SC, DEC) 6 times [36].

      Thank you for letting me know.

      • Stephanie Frickey says:

        You’re welcome & thank you, if you ever need a tester just lmk. I regularly test for someone.

  213. Stephanie Frickey says:

    Do you have a revised pattern? The body count is off too I noticed it in the first row of orange. For row 18 of the head I did 6sc, 6inc, 7sc, 7 invisible dec, 3sc. Tail I’m just doing a row of straight sc to catch up with your numbers

  214. […] patterns out there so I’m going to try to make the female ones. I’ve already done She-Hulk and I have a huge list of more Marvel Female […]

  215. […] Westley – Free Crochet Pattern […]

  216. Mary-Anne Lefley-Hean says:

    When I do Row 5 I have done it three times now and can’t seem to end up 227 stitches……
    I have a few unworked stitches left…..

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      I would just SC the last couple of stitches. It was a really free form pattern. I never tested it. Any time you run into left over stitches, just SC them.

    • Heather says:

      I had 14 stitches left over rather than 12. I’ve just sc the extra two. I’m nervous it will throw off the peaks a bit, but it still looks fun.

  217. Tina says:

    Hi my husband loves pinky and brain I’m doing pinky starting on head it calls for 18sts I count 17 in the 1st row…. Ch 8 sc 2nd and next 5 3sc in the last opp side sc 5 3sc last adds up to 17

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      You are right. It is SC 6 in on the opposite side. Thank you for letting me know and I updated the patterns.

  218. […] apologies for this taking so long. You make his companion Brain and then plot to take over the world. It takes a lot of restraint not to do stop motion movies with […]

  219. Yita Ramos says:

    Hi, could you re post the pattern of the Q Bert ??? Plz :(((

  220. […] Easter is coming. There is plenty of time to make some chicken corks to go with the Bunny Corks. […]

  221. […] are several other microbes to check out: Anthrax, Eggbert, Mr. Sniffles, Clem and Lydia and Mr. […]

  222. […] have a full series of these egg shaped animals planned. I have already posted Bandit. My mom was oddly afraid of Moose when I was younger. Of course this means we bought her lots of […]

  223. Donna B says:

    Hi! Thank you so much for posting this pattern! My sister is a huge fan of ‘A Christmas Story’, so I plan on making this for her. Approximately how tall is the finished product? Is it small enough to be an ornament? Thanks again!

  224. Donna Bush says:

    I love this! I want to make it for my sister, who is a huge fan of ‘A Christmas Story.’ Approximately how tall is the finished product? I’d like to make it as an ornament for Christmas. Thanks!!!

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      Donna, I’m glad that you like him. As designed he is about 8 inches tall, which would be a pretty big ornament.

  225. Marilyn Ziemer says:

    Having trouble starting is it ch5 1sc in 2nd ch than 2 sc in 3 ch than skip 4 ch and 3 sc in 5th ch than turn and 3 sc in all stitches on other side ? I hope you can understand what I am saying?

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      Marilyn:

      SC in the 2nd chain from hook. Sc in each of the next two stitches, 3 SC in the 5th chain, turn SC in 3 of the stitches on the reverse side and then 3 SC in the beginning loop. This gives you an oval to start with. 3 stitches on each end with 3 stitches on each side in between the ends. Hope this helped.

      Wendy

  226. Gloria says:

    This is so nice! I´m going to try this pattern! Thank you!

  227. […] year I did a bunch of mini monsters for Halloween. I didn’t get them all typed. I wanted to add this one to the mix. […]

  228. Diana says:

    Hello what a beautifull pattern. But i have a question: row 37 from the body i think its not right or i don’t understand it but if you do dec 16 sc 2x dec 16 sc it is not possible with the stitches what i have because i have 32 stitches. I hope you can understand me my english is not so good

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      My apologies. This pattern isn’t tested and it looks like I added a few extra rows. Just do a SC row for Row 37. The decreases aren’t necessary for the shaping. I will edit the online pattern.

      Thank you

  229. […] time to crochet another cactus. You can make a cactus army with Steve Sticker, Mrs. Prickles, Casey Cactum and Cacti […]

  230. […] time to crochet another cactus. You can make a cactus army with Steve Sticker, Mrs. Prickles, Casey Cactum and Cacti […]

  231. Kylie says:

    Hi there, Your Yakko pattern is not here. Is there any way I could get it? I would love to make them all 🙂

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      There is a link in the post to a .pdf of the pattern. Look for the words Yakko Pattern.

  232. Christine Fleetwood says:

    I loved making Ralphie as my #quarantinecraft of the day (lol), thanks for the great pattern!

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      I’m impressed that you are doing a quarantine craft a day. I am glad he turned out.

  233. […] Sheldon the Crab – free crochet pattern – Drunken Aunt Wendy […]

  234. Hi, can you clarify the plaiting on the tail? is it one row or three rows for each row of unworked loops?
    Loving this pattern so far!

  235. […] is the initial pattern with the smaller face piece. Hopefully when I make his brother, Wakko and the Warner sister, Dot, I’ll get it right. Then they can run around the Warner Movie […]

  236. Maggie Wannamaker says:

    Is the arms made in the round? it doesn’t mention a magic circle. This is a fantastic pattern.

  237. I’m looking for syphilis and ebola. Have you tried those yet?

  238. Melanie Goody says:

    I’m having trouble with round 8 in the legs. The count doesn’t add up?

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      Round 7 has 8 stitches. If you do two decreases in the first 4 stitches, you will have 4 stitches left which is enough to do a SC, 2 INC and a SC.

      Where exactly are you having an issue?

      • Melanie Goody says:

        I think I was only decreasing 2, not doing 2 decreases. So I was working over 2 stitches not 4!

      • drunkenauntwendy says:

        That would make it hard. Glad you figured it out.

  239. Christie Telep says:

    Hi!
    I’m working on this vulpix pattern and it has been super. However, I’m up to the tail and I’m very confused about how to make the tail curls. I’m sure it’s user error, but is there another way you could explain 3SC to row 3? Thanks so much!

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      You will actually go to row three and SC into three stitches to make the curl, then back to the row you were working. If you don’t like this part or continue to have difficulty, you can make it straight and sew the curl in.

  240. Lisa Stump says:

    Hello Wendy! I was looking at your Brutis from Ohio State. The pattern that I was looking at didnt say once what size crochet needle that I needed to use?

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      I use an E, but you can use whatever size makes your stitches tight enough to keep the stuffing in. A larger hook, will result in a larger finished toy.

  241. Lisa Stump says:

    Thank you so much!!!

  242. […] the links to find Brobee and Foofa. If you make Muno, please use #drunkenauntwendy so I can find him and give you […]

  243. […] Muno and Brobee are available. […]

  244. […] you want to make more there are patterns for Angry Birds in Blue, black and  […]

  245. […] you want to make more there are patterns for Angry Birds in Blue, black and  […]

  246. […] If you want to make more there are patterns for Angry Birds in Blue, black and  Yellow. […]

  247. […] are also patterns for a helmet pig and a green […]

  248. […] around my blog for Red, Blue, Yellow, Black birds. There is also a helmet […]

  249. […] I’m both a knitter and a crocheter and I like to combine both elements in patterns. This hat is a reflection of that. It’s only sized for itty, bitty babies right now and is probably only suitable for newborns or as a photography prop. There is a corresponding Diaper Cover. […]

  250. […] this weeks free pattern. I thought I should make a diaper cover to go with the Devil Baby hat that I posted last week. It’s also a combo knit and crochet pattern. The combo should make […]

  251. […] have a red bird and a pig, now toss a blue one into […]

  252. […] got the better me. Here it is and I’m sorry the pictures are so bad. Don’t miss the Red, Blue, or Black […]

  253. […] that this took so long. I’ll try to be better next week. Click through the blog for other Angry Bird and Green Pig […]

  254. […] Frank Cyclopstra, Smiley Cyrus, Frankenberry […]

  255. […] updated Helga. Hopefully she will be clearer to read now and easier to […]

  256. […] pattern with the smaller face piece. Hopefully when I make his brother, Wakko and the Warner sister, Dot, I’ll get it right. Then they can run around the Warner Movie […]

  257. […] Pig from Angry Birds. I needed something for all my birds to attack. You can find the patterns for red, black, yellow and blue. There is even a green pig if you want a couple different […]

  258. […] creepy at all. Again not tested, so let me know if you have problems. Coming soon we should have Jason, Michael Myers, Pennywise and Twisty. At least that is my 1st 6. I’ve sketched 6 more. […]

  259. […] Anyway, I’ve been feeling a lot of nostalgia lately for the cartoons of my youth. Proven by Strawberry Shortcake. […]

  260. mimitom says:

    Thank you for sharing. I love making surprise gift for people. I always keep one item in my bag. An give it to clerks or little kids in the store. It’s so much fun to see peoples faces when you had the something cute and make them smile. All ages love to smile but some need a little help.

  261. Priscilla Newbert says:

    I’m puzzled. What are the instructions beyond finishing the lower beak. You mention sewing instructions are the same as for upper beak but there are NO instructions for sewing upper beak

  262. Priscilla Newbert says:

    And is this a pattern for the entire bird or just the head.

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      The red angry bird really is just a head.

    • drunkenauntwendy says:

      Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing. Fold in half on the

      diagonal. Fold in half to make an open triangle for the beak.

      Then you sew it on.

  263. […] another part of my mini-monster collection. Other patterns done are Freddy Krueger, Billy from Saw, Jason Voorhees, Beetlejuice, Twisty, and The Babadook. There will be 10 in all. […]

  264. […] collection. Other patterns done are Freddy Krueger, Billy from Saw, Jason Voorhees, Beetlejuice, Twisty, and The Babadook. There will be 10 in all. Join my mailing list for links to exclusive content. […]

  265. […] a lot fun with these guys. I’ve made 10 that will be typed up and make it onto the blog. Samara, Twisty, Jason, Beetlejuice, the Babadook and Freddy Krueger are already […]

  266. […] made 10 that will be typed up and make it onto the blog. Samara, Twisty, Jason, Beetlejuice, the Babadook and Freddy Krueger are already […]

  267. […] it is your first time visiting my site, join my mailing list for exclusive content, like Chucky. Also, make sure to look around and check out the other patterns. Many haven’t been tested, […]

  268. […] so let me know if there are problems. There are several other mini-monsters: Freddy, Samara, Jason, Twisty, and […]

  269. […] hearts in her eyes. She’s a part of my cuddle bugs collection even though she is not a bug. June the Lady Bug and Sargeant Spinner are also there. As always, the pattern hasn’t been tested. So if you […]

  270. […] matter.  Check the Monster category for lots of free monster patterns. There’s Clyde, Frank Cyclopstra, Sparky and Frostina, and many […]

  271. […] matter.  Check the Monster category for lots of free monster patterns. There’s Clyde, Frank Cyclopstra, Sparky and Frostina, and many […]

  272. […] other Comic Book ladies, check out She-Hulk, Mystique and […]

  273. […] the Animaniacs? I loved this show. Yakko, Wakko and Dot were the best. Plus it spawned Pinky and the […]

  274. […] for the free pattern. I’m sure you remember Yakko and Wakko. There are also Pinky and the Brain Pattern. The Warner Brothers have been up on my blog for a little bit, making their […]

  275. […] time to take over the world. Brain is the next in my set of Animaniacs. Pinky, Yakko, Wakko and Dot are also available. How awesome is he? Again he isn’t tested. If you […]

  276. […] time to take over the world. Brain is the next in my set of Animaniacs. Pinky, Yakko, Wakko and Dot are also available. How awesome is he? Again he isn’t tested. If you make him, […]

  277. […] you follow me on Instagram, you know that I am almost done with Pinky. NARF! Brain and Pinky should be ready to take over the world this […]

  278. […] so I can find it on social media. Don’t forget the other crocheted microbes, Anthrax and Mr. […]

  279. […] free Pattern. It is a new addition to my vegetable and fruit plush. Don’t forget to make up a Beetsy to have a friend.  Remember, this is not tested. Use #drunkenauntwendy if you post on Instagram. I […]

  280. […] already posted his bride. You can now make the matching […]

  281. […] video of how to do the claws. The other members of the Cuddly Aquarium include Louie the Shrimp and Gus the Baby Platypus. If you are a member of my mailing list you have access to even more from my Cuddly Aquarium […]

  282. Recipe Tom says:

    Hello mate great blogg

  283. […] been making a bunch of Ms. Prickles for an upcoming craft fair. My son decided he needed to sketch a Cactus for me to […]

  284. […] to my crocheted microbes collection. If you want to make a set, don’t forget to check out Mr. Sniffles, Anthrax and Mr. Sa. There are more to […]

  285. […] microbes collection. If you want to make a set, don’t forget to check out Mr. Sniffles, Anthrax and Mr. Sa. There are more to […]