Yarn: Fingering weight
ch – chain
hdc – half double crochet
slst – slip stich
Magic circle video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLuSVyKvoUg
Start with a magic circle. This will be the head.*
ch 1hdc 10 into the magic circle.
slst last hdc to ch
ch 25 (chest, stomach, 1st leg)
slst into 2nd ch from hook, slst 9 (1st leg)
ch 13 (crotch, 2nd leg)
slst into 2nd ch from hook, slst 9 (2nd leg)
ch 16 (back)
slst into beginning of ch stitches, forming the neck
slst 3 (chest)
ch 6 (1st arm)
slst into 2nd ch from hook, slst 4 (1st arm)
slst 2 (chest)
ch 8 (2nd arm)
slst into 2nd ch from hook, slst 6 (2nd arm)
slst 9 (stomach)
slst ch which starts leg 1
slst 2 (crotch)
slst ch which starts leg 2
slst 16 (back)
Fasten and weave in tail to back of head.
Pull loop through 2nd hdc clockwise from neck.
Fasten starting tail and weave through back of head.
slst to 1st arm
slst to 2nd arm
Tie tightly and cut tail.
(similar to flute, four strands)
Pull loop through hdc on top of head (suggest 3rd, 4th, 5th, & 6th clockwise from flute)
Fasten starting tail and weave through back of head. Tails of hair can also be tied to one another before weaving through back of head for further security.
Four lengths of hair:
ch 7 for longest
ch 6 for next
ch 5 for next
ch 4 for last
Tie tightly and cut the end tail.
*Using a magic circle helps keep the head the right proportions and without a hole in the middle. If you'd rather there be only an outline of the head instead of a solid one try this:
ch 10, slst to form circle for head
after slst back to neck, slst around head to maintain outline thickness
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