Jake Crochet Pattern

jake PATTERN

By: Isadora Félix

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Difficulty level: Easy

WARNING: You have to know basic sewing skills to be able to define the legs from the body!

Terminology US: MR: Magic Ring sc: Single crochet inc: Increase (to do 2 sc in the same stitch) dec: Decrease (to close two stitches together to become one) sl st: Slip stitch
Materiais: – 3,0mm hook
– Yellow yarn
– Polyester filling
– Felt for the eyes
– Glue
– Tapestry needle to sew the parts together    

Body:

1. MR 6sc (6)

2. 1inc in every sc from round 1 (12)

3. 1sc, 1 inc – 6x (18)

4. 2sc, 1 inc – 6x (24)

5. 3sc, 1inc – 6x (30)

6. 4sc, 1 inc – 6x (36)

Now, let’s make 15 rounds with 36 stitches in each one:

7-21. 36sc

Now, let’s start decreasing it until we have 18 stitches, so we can stuff it:

22. 4sc, 1dec – 6x (30)

23. 3sc, 1dec – 6x (24)

24. 2 sc, 1dec – 6x (18)

Let’s stuff it and continue decreasing it until we close it.

25. 1sc, 1dec – 6x (12)

26. 1dec – 6x (6)

 Close it with a slip stitches and fasten off.

 Legs and arms: make 2 each

1. MR 6sc (6)

2. 1inc in every sc from round 1 (12)

10 rows with 12sc

3-12. 12sc

Sew it to the body.

Muzzle

1. MR 6sc (6)

2. 1inc in every sc from round 1 (12)

10 rows with 12sc

3-12. 12sc

Decrease it:

13. 1dec – 6x (6)

Close it with a slip stitches and fasten off.

Sew to the body in a way that it follows the picture and looks like a muzzle.

Ears and tail: make 3

1. MR 6sc (6)

2-5. 6sc

Sew it to the body

Use the tapestry needle to create the nose.

Cut 2 circles in felt, one bigger than the other, and glue it. Beware of using too much glue, it will ruin the felt.

It’s done!

Contact: Artist: Isadora Félix – Email: contact@crochetouche.com – Site: www.crochetouche.com

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