Connie’s Shell Purse

I originally made one for me as a test purse, then I made one for my mom and one for my grandmother for Christmas.
I’ve been meaning to post this pattern for a while but my grandmother got diagnosed with cancer around thanksgiving, we saw her at Christmas. Things started going downhill after that, a few weeks ago I got a phone call from my mother saying that Hospice was stepping in, April 21st at 2:30am we lost her. It broke our hearts to lose her, I am still in shock over it because she was only 63, I am struggling to keep my mind off of things so I decided that writing up this pattern might help. Since this was the last thing I made her I decided to name it after her, it is a pretty simple pattern and there might be a similar pattern out there but I designed this myself and it is easily adjustable.

You can line it with fabric or add a zipper or button like I did or whatever, you can adjust the size and length of the strap as well. I do love having patterns that are easy to adjust to make them more personalized, I would love to see the different bags as well so please don’t be afraid to share pictures with me or on Ravelry or your own blog but please don’t take the pattern and claim it as your own.
I added lining to the bags I made, coffee for my mom, cherry blossoms for me and a very pretty polka dot with Elvis for my grandmothers.

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Things needed for this pattern:
Worsted weight yarn (I used I Love this yarn and Red heart for these)
H/8 5.00MM crochet hook
button or zipper (optional)
fabric (optional)

All terms are in US terms

Abbreviations:
SC- Single crochet
CH- Chain
SK- Skip
DC- Double Crochet
SL- slip stitch
FO- fasten off

(this pattern has not been tested by anyone other than myself so if there are any problems please contact me, do not bad mouth me or my patterns I am only human after all)

Pattern

Ch 40

1) Sc in 2nd ch, Sc in next 37, 3sc in last stitch, working down other side of chain Sc 37, 2 sc in last stitch, join to first sc (do not turn) –80

2) Ch1, 2sc in 1st stitch, sc37, 2sc in each of the next 3 stitches, sc37, 2sc in each of the last 2 stitches, join to first sc (do not turn) –86

3) Ch1, 2sc in each of the 1st 3 stitches, sc36, 2sc in each of the next 7 stitches, sc36, 2 sc in the last 4 stitches, join to first sc (do not turn) –100

4) Ch1, Sc in each stitch around

5) Ch2, 3dc *Sk1, sc, sk1, 3dc* repeat from * to * sk1, sc, sl to 1st dc to join, sl into next dc (do not turn)

6) Ch1, Sc in same dc as ch1, *sk1, 3dc, sk1, sc* repeat from * to * sk1, 3dc, sl to first sc to join (do not turn)

7-30) repeat rows 5 and 6

31-32) Ch1, Sc in each stitch around, FO

mark the sides where you want your straps to go, I made these into crossbody/long shoulder bags, I’ll do 5 or 7 for the width of the strap.

mark the width, let’s say you mark 7 on each side, you should have 43 in-between each side of the purse.
sl into first marked stitch,
sc 7, ch1, turn, repeat until desired length, mine was 140-150 rows, sc the other side to the purse without twisting the strap.

Alternate version
sl into first marked stitch, I marked 5 instead of 7 for this version
ch to desired length, mine was 140-150, sl to the other side of the purse without twisting the chain
sc each ch attaching the strap as you go by sl stitching into other side, you can also sc to the other side, it’s up to you how you want it to look.

It’s hard to write that and make sense, but if you’ve made bags before you should know how to add a strap, if you haven’t made one before and it makes no sense then you can make the strap separate and attach it afterwards.

too add the loop for the button find the center of the back of the purse, sl to the center stitch, ch12, sl into the same center stitch creating the loop.
sew button in place a few rows down on the front of the purse, you can change the length of the loop depending on the size of you button.

 

like I said this is simple, nothing too special but it’s special to me since it was the last thing I made my grandmother, like I said it’s pretty customizable and I would love to see the finished projects if you would like to share please do!

~Sarah~

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Please do not make and sell this item.

Jar lid cover

This is a simple crochet pattern, it’s not super creative (nor is the name) but I am so backed up on my patterns and Christmas gifts something simple like this helps.
I decided to make a jar cover to go on a jar for a Christmas gift, I tried a pattern I found on Ravelry, now there’s nothing wrong with the pattern but mine did not turn out right, I think it was my yarn. So I undid all the work and started over with my own pattern.

This is a great way to spruce up any jars you make or buy as gifts, I got a jar of something for a relative for Christmas and wanted to make it nicer. I love how this turned out, and I hope it helps anyone that wants to add a little something to any gifts or just to decorate.

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All terms are in US

Abbreviations:
MR – Magic Ring
CH – Chain
SP – Space
SS – Slip Stitch
DC – Double Crochet
FO – Fasten Off
SK – Skip

 

Things needed:
Hook size G/6 4.25mm
Cotton yarn (I used peaches & Creme but I think any worsted weight yarn would be ok)
Contrasting color yarn OR Ribbon
Yarn needle

 

Pattern

MR OR Ch 5 ss to make ring
~Ch 2’s at beginning of rounds do NOT count as first stitch, Ch 4 and Ch 5 do count as first stitch~

*to* repeat

1) Ch 2, 13 dc in ring, ss to join
2) Ch 2, 2dc in each stitch, ss to join – 26 stitches
3) Ch 4, dc in first stitch, *Sk1, dc, Ch 1, dc* (makes V stitch)  ss loosely to third Ch to join
4) Ch 2, *2dc in Ch sp (not the stitch just in the open space), 2dc in dc of previous round* dc in ss of previous round – 51 stitches
5) Ch 5, dc in first stitch *Sk2, dc, Ch 2, dc* (makes larger V stitch) ss loosely to third Ch to join
6) Ch 2, *3dc in Ch sp, 3dc in dc of previous round* 3dc in ss of previous round – 102 stitches

FO and weave in the ends

Ch 100 of contrasting color or cut ribbon long enough to wrap around and make a bow on the jar, weave the tie into round 5 (large V stitch)

Place on your jar, tighten the tie and enjoy!

 

Like I said it’s simple but nice, I didn’t have any contrasting color of yarn so I just used the same yarn for my test cover. If there are any problems or you have any questions let me know! Happy Crocheting!

~Sarah~

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Please do not make and sell this item.

Panda Bear Lovey

So I found this adorable Baby Panda Outfit I went ahead and made it because it was too cute not too, I didn’t have buttons for the eyes or diaper cover so I have to buy some but it’s still so cute! Well I love pandas and it gave me this idea, my baby colors are pink, white and brown for a girl with cherry blossoms and blue, white and brown with cars (not the movie) for a boy, so why not instead of teddy’s I have pandas with them both? It may sound silly but it makes sense to us, so after I finished making the outfit (and a hat for myself) I started working on this Lovey.

Major note! The blankets are made starting with the SAME color as the animal for a very important reason! The head/body are attached at the end and because of that you can make a huge mess of it (I always do) but because of the colors matching it hides the knots and the actual sewing, keep that in mind. If you have a good sewing technique that hides the yarn feel free to start it differently, or if you just want to start it differently it doesn’t matter because that’s what you want, this is just my reasoning! :)

You can easily turn the panda into a brown teddy by not making the eyes!

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Abbreviations: US terms
MR- Magic Ring
SC- Single Crochet
SC2TOG- Single Crochet Two Together
CH- Chain
DC- Double Crochet
HDC- Half Double Crochet
2SC- 2 single crochet in same space
2DC- 2 Double crochet in same space

Items needed:
Hooks – G/6 4.00mm and I/9 5.5mm
I love this yarn (very much so suggested but Red heart “love” might work)
Marker (or paper clip)
Yarn Needle
if you want safety eyes 10mm is what I used

Pattern: Only blanket is made in the round, rest is done in a spiral. Use marker to keep track of first stitch.

Eyes – make 2 (using G hook) ~if making normal teddy skip this~
Black
1) MR, ch1, sc 6 in MR
2) sc, hdc, sc, slip into next stitch and Finish off leaving long tail for sewing

Head (using G hook)
White
1) MR, ch1, sc 6 in MR
2) 2sc in each – 12stitches
3) sc, 2sc around – 18
4) repeat row 3 – 26
5-9) sc around
10) sc, sc2tog – 18
11) repeat row 10 – 12
if using safety eyes place them through the eyes and head between round 5-6 and sew the eyes you made in place then stuff head now, if not using safety eyes just sew on the eyes you made and stuff the head.
12) Sc2tog- 6
Finish off leaving a long tail for sewing

Embroider the eyes and nose or just the nose if you used safety eyes and sew the last 6 on the head close but do NOT cut the tail!

Ears – make 2 (using G hook)
Black
1) MR, ch1, sc 4 in MR
2) 2sc in each – 8
3) sc in each
Finish off leaving a long tail for sewing

Sew ears to head

Arms – make 2 (using G hook)
Black
1) MR, ch1, sc 6 in MR
2) 2sc around – 12
3-5) sc
6) sc, sc2tog – 8
7-12) sc
Finish off leaving a long tail

This is a little tricky, hold the arms where you want them or pin them in place, I held mine and put them on one at a time, it’s a pain right here…

Blanket – in the round (using I hook)
~Row 1 is the only row that the starting ch counts as first dc, I noticed a gap after row 1 if I continued to count it as my first dc~
1) MR, ch3, dc, ch2 *2dc, ch2* repeat * to *you should have 4 ch2 spaces, join
2) Ch2, dc to the ch2 space, **2dc, ch2, 2dc** repeat around, join
3-12) Repeat row 2 (you can make it bigger if you like)
finish off

Weave in any yarn, I work in my tags as I stripe so I only have the center and the end to weave in, it just makes it easier to me but do whatever works best for you!

Sew Panda (or teddy) on the blanket using the tail from the head, sew it good so it should stay in place with all the beatings it might get.

I love this pattern it’s just way too cute! I used Pink Brown and White for my blanket (we want a girl) plus I don’t have any blue lol, I changed my mind about the kitty because I came up with this one, I might try to tackle it later but so far I think I’m “done” with lovey patterns for a while. If you have any problems let me know and I’ll do my best to help! Happy Crocheting!

~Sarah~

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Bunny Lovey

So here is my Bunny Lovey, I’m planning on making a second one with a different animal, I’m thinking kitty cat if you have any better ideas or something you would like me to come up with feel free to ask!

Major note! The blankets are made starting with the SAME color as the animal for a very important reason! The head/body are attached at the end and because of that you can make a huge mess of it (I always do) but because of the colors matching it hides the knots and the actual sewing, keep that in mind. If you have a good sewing technique that hides the yarn feel free to start it differently, or if you just want to start it differently it doesn’t matter because that’s what you want, this is just my reasoning! :)

I have 2 designs for my blanket, it is the same pattern but striped differently and it just gives you an idea on the cute potential this pattern has. If you’re new to crochet to stripe is easy when you slip to join you just pull the next row’s color for the slip stitch and tie the 2 colors in a knot, then you’re ready to continue the pattern! (Sounds confusing when I type it but it’s not)

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Abbreviations: US terms
MR- Magic Ring
SC- Single Crochet
SC2TOG- Single Crochet Two Together
CH- Chain
DC- Double Crochet
2SC- 2 single crochet in same space
2DC- 2 Double crochet in same space

Items needed:
Hooks – G/6 4.00mm and I/9 5.5mm
I love this yarn (very much so suggested but Red heart “love” might work)
Marker (or paper clip)
Yarn Needle

Pattern: Only blanket is made in the round, rest is done in a spiral. Use marker to keep track of first stitch.

Head (using G hook)
1) MR, ch1, sc 6 in MR
2) 2sc in each – 12stitches
3) sc, 2sc around – 18
4) repeat row 3 – 26
5-9) sc around
10) sc, sc2tog – 18
11) repeat row 10 – 12 (stuff head)
12) Sc2tog- 6
Finish off leaving a long tail

Embroider the eyes and nose or use plastic safety eyes and nose, I embroidered mine. Sew up the remaining 6 stitches and DO NOT cut tail

Ears – make 2 (using G hook)
1) MR, ch1, sc 4 in MR
2) sc, 2sc around – 6
3)sc
4) sc 2, 2sc around – 8
5-8) sc
Finish off leaving a long tail

Sew ears to head, they seem a little weird I know but if you bend them a little you can make them cute

Arms – make 2 (using G hook)
1) MR, ch1, sc 6 in MR
2) 2sc around – 12
3-5) sc
6) sc, sc2tog – 8
7-12) sc
Finish off leaving a long tail

This is a little tricky, hold the arms where you want them or pin them in place, I held mine and put them on one at a time, it’s a pain right here…

Blanket – in the round (using I hook)
~Row 1 is the only row that the starting ch counts as first dc, I noticed a gap after row 1 if I continued to count it as my first dc~
1) MR, ch3, *dc, ch2* you should have 4 ch2 spaces, join
2) Ch2, dc to the ch2 space, **2dc, ch2, 2dc** repeat around, join
3-12) Repeat row 2 (you can make it bigger if you like)
finish off

Weave in any yarn, I work in my tags as I stripe so I only have the center and the end to weave in, it just makes it easier to me but do whatever works best for you!

Sew bunny on the blanket using the tail from the head, sew it good so it should stay in place with all the beatings it might get.

I love this pattern, I think it’s cute and like I said I plan on making a kitty cat unless I get tons of requests for something else! If you have any problems let me know and I’ll do my best to help! Happy Crocheting!!!

~Sarah~

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Easter bunnies

I made this pattern a few years ago, I never uploaded it and I gave away all the bunnies I made so I whipped out my knitting needles to make sure there were no problems (that I can find) and started working. Mine have no faces, you can embroider a face, use plastic pieces or whatever you want, I’m not good at embroidering faces and mine always look weird so I never worried about it. I think it’s cute even without the face but that’s just me.
I think it’s fairly simple but the ears make it a tad hard because it’s so tight, but the ears are cute because you can move them (I.e. have one up one bent or both up) add a ribbon to make the face and body take the right shape or just to add a pop of color.
I have a cat version I will add at some point but since Easter is only a little over a week away I thought this would be cute, of course you can use any color not just white, I made one in pink before. It’s up to you and the little ones you make it for, I made a brown one with a green ribbon for my youngest brother and a black one with a red and white ribbon for my other little brother (Georgia bulldogs fan) so there’s no limit to what you can do.

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Abbreviations: K-Knit
P-Purl
KFB-knit front and back
Ssk-slip slip knit
K2tog-knit two together
S- slip
P2tog-purl two together
K3tog-knit three together
Co- cast on
Ssp – slip slip purl

Things needed:white yarn (I love this yarn is my first choice)
A set of five double pointed needles in US Size 3
Yarn sewing needle
Some ribbon

CO 8 divide evenly (2 on each)

Rows 1,3,5,7,9,11 are all knit (row 1 is your joining row)
2)KFB – 16 stitches
4)K1, KFB – 24 stitches
6)k2, KFB – 32 stitches
8)k3, KFB – 40 stitches
10)k4, KFB – 48 stitches
12)k5, KFB – 56 stitches

13-17) k
18) k41, make bobble on next stitch, k14
19-24) k
25-30) k1, ssk, k until 3 remain on the second needle, k2tog, k1.
Repeat for other two needles -32 stitches

31-33,35,37,38) k
34, 36, 39) k1, KFB, k until 3 remain on second needle, KFB, k2.
Repeat for other two needles – 44 stitches
40-43) k
44-49) repeat rows 25-30)
50) k1, ssk, k until 3 remain on second needle, k2tog, k1. K remaining stitches on last two needles

Stuff bunny

14 stitches should be left, this is where it gets hard and a little confusing.
You should have 3 stitches on the front two needles and 4 on the back two, (the bobble should be in the middle of the back two) take you working needle and slip the last stitch worked, then slip the first stitch on the front needle, then the next one on the back needle. Alternate slipping stitches on this needle until you have all from the first and last needle (should be 7 on your needle) repeat for other two needles on a different needle. You should have 2 needles with 7 stitches each, the head should be closed and look something like this.

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Ears
1-14) S1 knit wise, k1, p1
15) ssk, k3, k2tog
16)ssp, p1, p2tog
17)k3tog
Fasten off

Repeat for other ear.

You might have a tiny hole between the ears so take the yarn from the beginning of the second ear and put it under the upside down v in the middle of the ears, put yarn between the ears and take the yarn under the closest stitch to the middle of the head on the ears (confusing I know) pull through and tie a knot, hide the remaining yarn in the body. Here’s some pictures to maybe help you understand the hole.

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Weave the yarn from the top of the ears down the side of the ear and hide the rest in the body, use the tail from cast on to sew up the tiny hole at the bottom. Hide any other yarn in the body, tie a ribbon tightly around the neck and make a bow. Embroider a face if you want and you’re done!

If there are any problems feel free to tell me, or if you need help don’t be afraid to ask, if you don’t know how to make a bobble the go to this link knitted bobble it’s how I learned. Hope everyone enjoys! Happy knitting!

~Sarah~

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Dog food travel bag and treat bag

I made this a while back it’s a pretty basic pattern, I had a few people say my previous pattern was difficult, I tried to make it easy but I did say it was the hardest pattern I ever made. This is simple and I apologize for the previous but i did say it was hard, so on to the info on this one!

I made this a long time ago when I use to knit more, now I knit when needed and crochet more often. It can be a basic drawstring bag I do use it as that too, I use it more as as dog food travel bag, it is not air tight so don’t leave the food for weeks. I used it for about a week at most, but it’s great for trips to keep your fur babies full and happy. You can easily add stitches and rows or subtract them. Dogs can eat directly out of the bag so there’s no need to carry around a bulky bowl, when the food starts to get low you roll down the top and they can eat from it easier. My dogs know what these bags mean so they got excited when I got them to take pictures, I have 2 small ones for treats so I can just take treats for those few dog events in town. I did duplicate stitch to make these bags really cute, the Z is my own pattern because one of my dogs names is Fairlady Z (Z for short) I need to make another one with a different letter for my other dog. You can find these charts online, many of them were found through knitting pattern central others were found through google.
If anyone has any patterns similar I’m sorry I made this years ago and it is pretty basic so it could be fairly common.

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Sorry about the picture quality it was dark and my lamps aren’t the best.

Abbreviations: K-knit
P-purl
Co-cast on
Bo-bind off
Yo-yarn over
K2tog-knit 2 together
Kfb-knit front and back
Rep-repeat

Worsted weight yarn I used “I love this yarn”
US size 5 DPNs (A set of 5 is best)

CO 8 divided evenly on 4 needles

Join on row 1

Rows 1,3,5,7,9,11,13 are K

2) KFB around -16 stitches
4) K1, KFB around -24 stitches
6) K2, KFB around -32 stitches
8) K3, KFB around -40 stitches
10) K4, KFB around -48 stitches
12) K5, KFB around -56 stitches
14) K6, KFB around -64 stitches

15-44) K if you want you can P on row 17 it gives it a different look, the big pink and brown bags have that P row.
45) K4 *yo, k2tog, K6* rep between the * until 4 stitches remain, yo, K2tog, K2
46-50) K
51-55) K2, P2 around

BO

Make an I-cord with 3 or 4 stitches until it’s long enough

For the small treat bags I stopped at increase row 12 and 13-30 for K rows, 31 K3 *yo, k2tog, K5* rep until 4 remain, yo, K2tog, K2. 32-34 K 35-37 K2, P2.

It’s small enough for treats but not big enough for trips unless it’s just a day trip and you only have 1 dog. It’s pretty simple and I hope you all enjoy!

~Sarah~

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Please do not make and sell this item.

Minecraft Creeper

So I made this for my brother, sister in law and nephew, I mentioned this once before but after thinking about it I’ve decided it’d be best to just put it on here for free. Legally I don’t think I could sell it anyway, I must say they look good but this is the absolute hardest pattern I’ve ever made! It is well worth it for a gift for that family member that loves minecraft. I originally made it in gray because I didn’t have any green, and I made it with I love this yarn from hobby lobby which I HIGHLY recommend for this, the only other yarn I used is red heart and if you use it you must use smaller size needles! The only reason I have specific yarn suggestions with this pattern is because it worked out perfect with the I love this yarn, but with red heart it stretched too much and ended up looking lumpy. But my family liked it anyway, I didn’t use anything like cardboard to keep the shape because I wanted it to be a plushie and be hugable but if that’s not what you want you can get something to use for the shape.

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I made them in 3 different sizes by changing the needle size, US 6, 4 and 3. US 6 is what I would recommend it was easier and turned out nicer with the I love this yarn.
I also do a slip stitch edge, that’s my choice and you don’t have to so you can knit or purl the rows, I use the slip stitch edging to make it easier to sew together.

US 6 knitting needles
I love this yarn in the green of your choice and in black.

Abbreviations: CO-Cast On
S-slip
K-Knit
P-Purl
KW-Knit wise
PW-Purl wise
BO-Bind off
RS-Right side

Use green unless otherwise stated

Head pieces 1-4
CO 22
1) S1 PW K20 P1
2) S1 KW P20 K1
3-24) repeat rows 1-2
BO

Head pieces 5-6
CO 18
1) S1 PW K16 P1
2)S1 KW P16 K1
3-24) Repeat rows 1-2
BO

Duplicate stitch the face below to one of the 1-4 head pieces using the black yarn

Creeper face

Sew the head pieces together (1 to 5 to 2 to 6 to 1) making a square with the face on the front, sew piece 3 to top of the head. Do NOT sew piece 4 to head! Set head aside.

Body
Pick up 22 stitches on RS of piece 4, 7 stitches from bottom
1)S1 PW K20 P1
2)S1 KW P20 K1
3-35) repeat rows 1-2
BO

Repeat at 7 stitches from top for other piece

Pick up 10  stitches between first 2 body pieces on edge of head piece
1)S1 PW K8 P1
2)S1 KW P8 K1
3-35 repeat rows 1-2
BO

Repeat on other side of head
Sew all pieces together forming a rectangle on the head piece, then sew the head piece to the bottom of the head, when almost sewn completely stuff it firm but not so firm it’s not soft. Finish sewing together and shape the head.

Bottom of body
CO 22
1) S1 PW K20 P1
2) S1 KW P20 K1
3-15) Repeat rows 1-2
BO

Feet top (Pictures below to see what it should look like after all 4 are made)
Pick up 11 on edge of top Working with RS of feet facing the WS of Bottom of body. One RS should be facing up while the other facing down.
1) S1 PW K9 P1
2) S1 KW P9 K1
3-10) Repeat Rows 1-2
BO

Repeat 3 more time 2 on front 2 on back

Edit: The feet top has been the hardest to explain and many people have said so, well my little brothers wanted creepers so since I’m already making them I figured I would take a couple of pictures of what it should look like when you’re done with the feet top. The feet back are picked up after this point.

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Feet Back (pictures below)
Pick up 11 stitches 2 rows from picked up stitches for feet top on the right side of bottom (hope that makes sense)
1) S1 PW K9 P1
2) S1 KW P9 K1
3-13) repeat rows 1-2 Change to Black on 13
14-16) repeat rows 1-2
BO

Repeat 3 more times lined up with stitches from feet top

Edit: It’s a bit messy because of all the loose string but it shows a little of what you should have at the end of making all the feet backs, like I said it’s messy but it should help get the point across.

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Feet front and sides 12 pieces
CO 11
1)S1 PW K9 P1
2) S1 KW P9 K1
3-13) repeat rows 1-2 Change to Black on 13
14-16) repeat rows 1-2
BO

Feet Bottom Using Black Only
CO 11
1) S1 PW K9 P1
2) S1 KW P9 K1
3-12) Repeat rows 1-2
BO

Assembly
Sew front and sides pieces to feet already attached, sew bottom of Body to rest of body stuffing firmly before completely sewing together. Sew bottom of Feet to rest of feet stuffing firmly before completely sewing together.

Weave in any ends.

It’s hard because of picking up so many stitches and lining them all up right plus it requires so many pieces it takes forever. But it works out well in my opinion and hopefully everyone will enjoy it! If you come across any problems please let me know and I’ll try to fix and help with what I can!

~Sarah~

Inspired by Minecraft. I do not work for or have any connection to Minecraft. This pattern is for private use only. Do not distribute or publish this pattern in any other form. If you like this pattern and would like to share please link to this blog.

Please do not make and sell this item.