Snoopy Crochet Pattern, Part 2. Here is a diagram of how I sewed the mouth on, where "^" represents where I pulled the needle up, and "v" is where I pushed it down. The numbers represent the order that I sewed the mouth. There are 4 places that my needle actually went through; those are: The 2 corners of the mouth, and 2 middle sections (where the straight line starts and ends). I'm not well versed in sewing, so this is my own little ghetto way of doing it. Hehe! Of course, you can always find your own way of sewing on his mouth. Phew. Ears should be flat. I will post arms and legs a little later!
Sarselgurumi: Toothless amigurumi pattern Here is my free pattern for my Toothless amigurumi -- while I designed and created everything in this photo, the instructions for the wings and tail fins that I post here were finalized by other people who kindly allowed me to share them, as I felt they worked better than mine, and the tail is a free pattern from another crochet blog, credited below. I used worsted weight yarn and a size F/3.75 mm hook. I was able to make all the pieces with 1 skein of Vanna's Choice yarn. Important: in the instructions for the body, when I say "inc 2," I mean single crochet 3 into the same single crochet, so you are essentially increasing by two stitches in the same stitch instead of one. Body: R1. MR (6) R2. Fasten off, you don't need to leave a long tail for sewing. Head: R1. Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing, then stuff the head. I like to sew the body and the head together at this point. *Toes: To make a toe, HDC 5 in the same st. Front legs (make 2): R1. Back legs (make 2): R1.
Mother Fox and Baby Fox (Crochet) Project Instructions Mama Fox Head With yarn A and an E hook, make an adjustable ring, ch 1, sc 6 into ring. Pull tail gently to close ring. Rnd 1: Work 2 sc into each st (12 sts) Rnd 2: Work 2 sc into each st (24 sts) Rnd 3: *(2 Sc into next st, sc into next st), rep from * to end of rnd (36 sts) Rnds 4-6: Sc into each st around. Rnd 7: *(Sc2tog, sc into next 9 sts), rep from * to end of rnd (33 sts) Rnd 8: Sc into each st around. Rnd 9: *(Sc2tog, sc into next 8 sts), rep from * to end of rnd (30 sts) Rnds10-11: Sc into each st around. Rnd 12: *(Sc into next 3 sts, sc2tog), rep from * to end of rnd (24 sts) Rnd 13: *(Sc into next 2 sts, sc2tog), rep from * to end of rnd (18 sts) Insert a stitch marker. Rnd 14: *(Sc2tog, sc into next st), rep from * to end of rnd (12 sts) Rnd 15: Sc2tog around (6 sts) Fasten off, leaving a long strand of yarn for sewing. Mama Fox Body Starting at the head end of the Body, with yarn A and an E hook, make an adjustable ring, ch 1, sc 6 into ring. Rnd 20: Sc2tog around.
Snoopy Crochet Pattern, Part 3. Happy Monday, everybody! This is the final part of the snoopy crochet pattern. I hope you have found the patterns to be easy to follow so far. Let's get started: Arms (Make 2)With white yarn,Sc 6 in a magic ring.R1: 2 sc in each sc.R2: *Sc 5, 2 sc in next sc*, twice.R3: *Sc 6, 2 sc in next sc*, twice.R4 - R5: 1 sc in each sc around.R6: *Sc 6, sc2tog*, twice.R7 - R8: 1 sc in each sc around.R9: *Sc 5, sc2tog*, twice.R10: Sc 1 in each sc around.R11: *Sc 4, sc2tog*, twice.R12: Sc 1 in each sc around.Finish off, leaving a long tail to sew.Stuff and sew onto body. Make sure you sew the arm close as you sew them onto the body! CollarWith red yarn,Chain as many chains as you need that will ensure a snug collar on Snoopy's neck. Back dot (I never knew Snoopy had a black dot on his back until I was looking at some pictures of him before I began my project! Now that you have your Snoopy, I would like to ask you to please, please, please do not sell this pattern.
Pattern: Crochet peacock - Good Day CrochetGood Day Crochet Made by Good Day Crochet March 13. Pattern by Good Day Crochet. Welcome to my pattern for this stunning crochet peacock. Read more about the creation of this crochet peacock click here. DOWNLOAD A COPY OF THE PATTERN BY clicking here Please note that this pattern is written using US crochet terminology. Tools and materials 4mm hook 3 ply wool – 1 dark blue, 1 cream or off-white, 1 light brown, 1 light blue and either 1 multicoloured yarn (as used for peacock pictured) or a selection of dark green, purple, and blue yarns. Abbreviations sc = single crochet ch = chain inc = increase (stitch two sc in one sc) dec = decrease (stitch next two sc together) x = repeat (followed by number indicating how many times i.e. The body is really simple – it is the rest that takes work! Don’t worry about weighting the body – the feathers will help him stand. The round head gives him a playful touch So many pretty colours! Do you like my spots? Flatten feather and sew spot onto the end with ‘point’ facing tip.
Mr. Bunny I saw this and re-created it with crochet. Ears (make two) Rnd 1: 6 sc in a circle Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (12) Rnd 3-10: sc around Stuff Tail Rnd 1: 6 sc in a circle Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (12) Rnd 3-4: sc around Doesn't need to be stuffed Feet (make four) Rnd 1: 8 sc in a circle Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (16) Rnd 3-4: sc around (16) To give weight and flatness to the feet I put small decorative glass stones in them before sewing them to the body. Mustache (make two) Rnd 1: 4 sc in a circle Rnd 2: sc in next st then ch 5 sc in 2nd ch from hook sc 6 along ch and into round, sl st in next st Body Update: I have had a few questions about the mustache.
Owl Granny Square Crochet Pattern I posted this pattern on my friend Kara's crochet blog, Petals to Picots, back in August in honor of her Granny Month. But I thought I would share it with you again and show you how the owl squares are being used! I made them into an owl bunting for my friend Shannon's owl-themed gender reveal party! It was first displayed over the party food table... But now it sits over her daughters crib! Of course I would love to make an afghan with this square pattern, but I need more time and patience to take on that type of project right now :) If you are interested in making a blanket with these squares and want to alternate between the owl granny square and a basic granny square, you can follow a basic granny square pattern like THIS ONE and your squares will be the same size. Owl Granny Square Pattern Materials: - Vanna's Choice Yarn - Size G-6 (4.25 mm) Crochet Hook - Tapestry need - Small Black buttons for eyes Start by making your owl. Turn owl over. Now working inside your chain 3 spaces...
Petals to Picots: Little Pumpkin Crochet Pattern I love autumn! I love pumpkins and gourds and colorful leaves and mums … I love all those burnt colors of reds and golds and browns … and I love crocheting little autumn lovelies to decorate my home. And, of course, I love being able to share my patterns with you. I hope you enjoy this sweet little pumpkin pattern! Here’s what you need: Orange and brown worsted weight cotton yarnG hook / 4 mmtapestry needlefiberfill stuffing or yarn scraps Click here to reference the Crochet Abbreviations Chart. For best results, use the invisible decrease (sc2tog). Finished pumpkin measures approx 2½ in. high and 10½ in. in circumference. Pumpkin Using orange, create a magic ring. Round 1: Ch 1 (does not count as st), 6 sc in ring, join — 6 sts. Round 2: Ch 1 (does not count as st), work 2 sc in same st as join and in each st around, join — 12 sts. Round 3: Ch 1 (does not count as st), work 2 sc in same st as join, 1 sc in next, *2 sc in next, 1 sc in next, rep from * around, join — 18 sts. Stem