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Sunday, March 22, 2009

PIKACHU PLUSHIE PATTERN


This is a Pikachu doll I made for my daughter. Even though I've been crocheting for 35 years, this is the first time I've ever tried to write out a pattern for someone other than myself to follow, so if anything is confusing, please let me know I'll do my best to fix it :)


PIKACHU PLUSHIE


MATERIALS:

About 4 oz. WW yarn in Yellow
About 1 oz. WW yarn in Black
Small amount of brown WW yarn
Either small bits of red felt or red yarn for cheeks
two black eyes or black buttons (half inch)
fiberfill stuffing
Yarn needle
F hook

NOTES:

Gauge isn't really of a concern here. In fact, you can make different sized plushies with different sized yarns and appropriate hooks. Just make sure the hook and your tension result in a moderately tight stitch so that the stuffing won't show through.

In my work I tend to prefer joining rounds with a slip stich, if you prefer to use the 'amigurumi' style of continuous rounds with stitch markers, that also works well.

Number in () at the end of each rnd indicates the total number of stitches that should be in that round (or rounds).

When working dec (decrease) stitch, it is helpful to use the 'invisible' decrease by working the decrease in the FRONT LOOPS ONLY. It doesn't really make it completely invisible, but it does help a great deal to avoid the 'gaps' that are common when making decreases (especially in plushie, amigurumi or 3D crochet)


HEAD AND BODY:

Using Yellow

Rnd 1: Using 'magic ring' 8 sc in ring (8)

Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (16)

Rnd 3: sc in sc, 2 sc in next around (24)

Rnd 4: sc in each sc around (24)

Rnd 5: sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (32)

Rnd 6: sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (40)

Rnd 7-13: sc in each sc around (40)

Rnd 14: sc in next 6 sc, dec over next 2 sc. Sc in next six sc, dec around. (35)

Rnd 15: sc in next 5 sc, dec over next 2 sc. around (30)

Rnd 16: sc next 4 sc, 2 sc next sc around (36)

Rnd 17: sc next 5 sc, 2 sc next sc around (42)

Rnd 18: sc in each sc around (42)

Rnd 19: sc in next 13 sc 2 sc in next sc (45)

Rnd 20: sc in each sc around (45)

Rnd 21: sc in next 14 sc, 2 sc in next sc (48)

Rnd 22: sc in each sc around (48)

Rnd 23: sc in next 11 sc, 2 sc in next sc (52)

Rnd 24-26 sc in each sc around (52)

Rnd 27: sc in next 11 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (48)

Rnd 28: sc in each sc around (48)

Rnd 29: sc in next 6 sc dec over next to sc around (42)

Rnd 30: sc in each sc around (42)

NOTE: It's a good idea to begin stuffing the piece at this point (if you haven't already). Stuff the head and body moderately firm.

Rnd 31: sc in next 5 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (36)

Rnd 32: sc in next 4 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (30)

Rnd 33: sc in next 3 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (24)

Rnd 34: sc in next 2 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (18)

Rnd: 35: sc in sc, dec over next 2 sc around (9)

F/O and using yarn needle, add any little bit of stuffing that might needed to finish filling out the bottom and weave yarn thru very last round, pull tight to close off neatly and weave in ends.


ARMS (make 2):

Using Yellow:

Rnd 1: Using magic ring, 6 sc in ring (6)

Rnd 2: sc in each sc around (6)

Rnd 3: sc in first sc, 2 sc in next sc around (9)

Rnd 4-6: sc in each sc around (9)

Rnd 7: sc in next 5 sc, leaving remaining four sc unworked. turn. Sk first sc, sc next sc, dec over last 2 sc, for a total of 3 sc. (this creates a small 'shoulder' that makes positioning much easier) F/O


FEET (make 2):

Using Yellow:

Rnd 1: Using magic ring, 6 sc in ring (6)

Rnd 2: sc in first sc, 2 sc in next sc around (9)

Rnd 3. sc in first 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (12)

Rnd 4-5: sc in each sc around (12)

Rnd 6: sc in 2 sc, dec over next two around (9)

Rnd 7: flatten out the foot and sc together to 'close' the foot. The foot is not stuffed. F/O


EARS (make 2):

Using Black

Rnd 1: 4 sc in magic ring (4)

Rnd 2: sc in first 3 sc, 2 sc in last (5)

Rnd 3: sc in first 4 sc, 2 sc in last (6)

Rnd 4: sc in first 5 sc, 2 sc in last sc, change to yellow at joining stitch. (7)

Rnd 5: sc in each sc around (7)

Rnd 6: sc in first 6 sc, 2 sc in last (8)

Rnd 7: sc in first 7 sc, 2 sc in last (9)

Rnd 8: sc in first 8 sc, 2 sc in last (10)

Rnd 9: sc in first 3 sc, dc in next 4 sc, sc in last 3 sc (10 sts)

F/0


TAIL (make 2):

Using Yellow

Row 1: Chain 11. Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each remaining ch. (10)

Row 2-3: Sc in each sc across (10)

Row 4: sc in each sc across, ch 6 (10 sc and 6 ch)

Row 5: sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each of remaining chs. sc in first 5 sc of row 4 (leave remaining 5 sc unworked) (total of 10 sc)

Row 6-7: sc in each sc across (10)

Row 8: repeat row 4

Row 9: repeat row 5

Row 10-14: sc in each sc across (10)

Row 15: sc in first 3 sc, hdc in next three sc, dc in last 4 sc. (10) F/O

Sew the two tail pieces together by either whipstitching, or using sc even around the edges. (you can place pipe cleaner in between them to add poseability, but this is purely optional).

Using brown:

Row 1: Ch 7. Sc in 2n ch from hook and each ch across. turn

Row 2: sk first sc, sc in each remaining sc (6)

Row 3: repeat row 2 (5)

Row 4: repeat row 2 (4)

Row 5: repeat row 2 (3)

Row 6: repeat row 2 (2)

F/O


STRIPES ON BACK:

Using brown

Bottom stripe:

Row 1. Ch 15 sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across (14)

Row 2: sc in first 2 sc, hdc in 2 sc, dc in next 6 sc, hdc in next 2 sc, sc in last 2 sc (14)

F/O

Top Stripe:

Row 1: Ch 11, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across (10)

Row 2: sc in first 2 sc, hdc in next 2 sc, dc in next 2 sc, hdc in next 2 sc, sc in last 2 sc (10)

F/O


CONSTRUCTION:

Stuff the arms and sew to the body using the picture to help with placement. Stuff the ears and sew them to the head using the slight slant of the final row of the ears to give them a slight backwards tilt. Sew feet to the bottom. Sew the two 'stripes' to the back using picture for placement. Sew the tail to the bottom of the backside below the bottom stripe at an angle. Sew the small brown triangle over the bottom of the tail as shown. Sew buttons (or eyes) onto face. Using small amount of black, add nose using a few small whip stitches. Sew felt circles to sides of face (or make small ring with red yard using six sc in magic ring). Using small backstitches, add mouth as shown.


Pikachu and Pokemon are copywrite by Nintendo.

This pattern is an original pattern by Linda Potts (March 2009). Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to this pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You may keep a copy for your own personal use but you may not sell or distribute it, or sell items made from this pattern.

66 Comments:

Marjorie said...

Great job! Do you have the pattern for the pokeballs?

WolfDreamer said...

Yes, I do have the Pokeball pattern. I wrote it down when I made them. I'll be posting the pokeballs later. I'd planned to do so before now, but got sidetracked. LOL

Marjorie said...

Thanks!

TruePikachu said...

Umm...you put the tail on backwards :P

It's supposed to point away from the body (you made the mistake shown in the 2nd generation game back sprites). But I'll try this; it looks good :3

WolfDreamer said...

No, it wasn't a mistake. It was intentional.

If I'd put the tail on the way it it supposed to be, it wouldn't be stable, it would quickly tear up the crochet on the back. Sometimes you have to make concessions in crochet to accomodate the limits of the materials. :D

Tat20s said...

hey can u email me a sewing version of this?

WolfDreamer said...

I'm sorry, but I don't have sewing versions. I only design crochet patterns. You could possibly find sewing patterns for pikachu plushes online though.

Claire said...

Hi your pikachu is really fantastic. I did one for my kid and he's crazy about it.
If you want or need, I translate your pattern in french. I just don't know how to give it to you.
Excuse my english but I'm french.
Have a nice day

Anonymous said...

i just learned how to crochet a few months ago, and i really enjoy it... i was browsing free patterns when i found Jigglypuff, and i just had to tell you how excited i am to try these patterns! my boyfriend loves pokemon & he'll think these are awesome... ;)

Anonymous said...

It is rather interesting for me to read this post. Thanx for it. I like such themes and everything connected to this matter. I definitely want to read a bit more soon.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great pattern. My son loves Pikachu, so I plan to make him one for X-Mas this year. Keep up the great work.

Megan said...

Thank you so much for posting this pattern. I can't wait to try it out and give it to my brother. He just loves pokemon. Plus you make it lok so easy for a beginner like me , lol! Thanks again

YuLian said...

I love this pattern! Thank you so much for making so many Pokemon available to crochet. Here's my version of your Pikachu: http://yulian-dreams.blogspot.com/2009/12/pikachu.html

Anonymous said...

my grandson justs loves this character...I can't seem to get it to print

WolfDreamer said...

I don't know why it won't print, I have no print restrictions on this page at all, so it should print fine.

If anyone else has an idea as to why the trouble with printing, maybe they will post it.

Anonymous said...

in round 4 of the ear, it should be sc in first 5 sc, 2 sc in last to create seven stitches.

WolfDreamer said...

Thanks for pointing out the typo on rnd 4 of the ear! I can't believe it's been here this long and I didn't notice... I guess it's a case of reading it too much, you just kinda glaze over things like that. I fixed it tho, and thanks again! :D

Kristine said...

Still waiting on the pokeball pattern? I couldn't find it, even a year later :-P

WolfDreamer said...

The pokeball pattern was posted on the blog on April 9, 2009. It's listed in the patterns list on the right hand side of this page, and has been since the day it went up. The URL to the pattern is http://wolfdreamer-oth.blogspot.com/2009/04/pokeball.html

Sorry you missed it... all my patterns are listed right there on the side :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the pattern! My sister loves Pokemon and I wanted to make a pikachu for her birthday, so I made this. She loved it. Again, thank you, and all of your patterns are terrific! :D

danny said...

is there a way for u to make for me and ill pay u (um donate )am not good with stuff like this and i want one for my sister her birthday is coming up and a when i try searching buying these things all they sell r patterns not the product plus the plush they sell that r out look nice but in my opinion these look better and cooler

Mi said...

Thanks so much for the pattern, it was really easy to follow :)
And it makes a great Pikachu :)

Anonymous said...

Hey! This is a great pattern and I'm almost done, I've got all the parts made. I just have one question: when sewing the tail to Pikachu, should the wider stripe with the hdc and dc be sewn to the body, or should that be sticking away from him?

Thanks! I'm really excited to have this done =D these patterns are so cool!

WolfDreamer said...

You can use the pictures at the top of the pattern to help you in placing the tail. I'll be perfectly honest with you, it's been SO long since I made this one, I can't remember exactly which end I sewed to the body.

I would just play around with the tail in different positions and use which ever one you like best (pikachu is very expressive with his tail, so just about any position will work just fine :) )

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing this! You're amazing!
I really want to try this out but I'm wondering how big is this Pikachu? About how much yellow yarn will I need?
Again, thank you very much!:)

Anonymous said...

Opps sorry I didn't read carefully! Please ignore the how much yarn will i need question:P
Thanks

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for posting this! My daughter is in love with Pikachu and I am going to try to make one for Christmas. Better than me making a blanket. It is so amazing you are able to create and share these!

Jen said...

Somewhere above someone commented that you put the tail on backwards, and you said that it wouldn't stay up right if it was on correctly...well, when I made this I found that you can sew one of the corners of the tail, the part that's at a 90 degree angle, to the brown stripe and that will keep the tail up while allowing it to be placed properly.

Just felt like sharing =)

Stephen said...

I like this character toy very much. I have the hobby of collecting Godzilla Plushies.

Anonymous said...

Hi! I'm having a problem with your pattern. I'm not sure if I'm reading it wrong or if theres a typo, but in Rnd 3 of the head and body, it sounds like you crochet one single crochet into the first stitch then two into the next then one in every stitch after that. This would make sense except I'm supposed to have 24 stitches at the end of the round and instead I get 18. In other rounds I have a similar problem where the numbers don't seem to add up. Would you mind helping me? Thank you so much!

WolfDreamer said...

You sc into the first sc, 2 sc in next sc, (repeat that sequence around to beginning of the round - 1 sc, 2sc, 1 sc, 2 sc, etc) adding six sc to the round. :D

SharaStar said...

Hi Wolfdreamer, i love your pokemon collection which actually inspired me to start crocheting after some really long time. I've used your pattern and made my self 2 cute little pikachu's, i hope its okay for me to share my experience on my blog . I've referenced it back here too :)

Thanks again for the wonderful pokemon collection. Their lovely!!

Anonymous said...

I loved this pattern. I had envisioned one a little smaller. 1 because its a better size to carry around for my toddlers, and 2 because I wanted to make multiples in a short time. So I took your pattern and reduced it. Here is the result:

HEAD AND BODY:

Using Yellow

Rnd 1: Using 'magic ring' 8 sc in ring (8)

Rnd 2: sc in sc, 2 sc in next around (12)

Rnd 3: sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (16)

Rnd 4: sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (20)

Rnd 5-8: sc in each sc around (20)

Rnd 9: sc in next 5 sc, dec over next 2 sc. around (17)

Rnd 10: sc next sc, 2 sc next sc around (21)

Rnd 11: sc in next sc 2 sc in next sc (30)

Rnd 12-15 sc in each sc around (30)

Rnd 16: sc in next 6 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (27)

NOTE: It's a good idea to begin stuffing the piece at this point (if you haven't already). Stuff the head and body moderately firm.

Rnd 17: sc in next 5 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (24)

Rnd 18: sc in next 3 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (18)

Rnd: 19: sc in sc, dec over next 2 sc around (12)

Rnd: 20: sc in sc, dec over next 2 sc around (8)

F/O and using yarn needle, add any little bit of stuffing that might needed to finish filling out the bottom and weave yarn thru very last round, pull tight to close off neatly and weave in ends.


ARMS (make 2):

Using Yellow:

Rnd 1: Using magic ring, 4 sc in ring (4)

Rnd 2: sc in first sc, 2 sc in next sc around (6)

Rnd 3: sc in each sc around (6)

Rnd 4: sc in next 2 sc, leaving remaining four sc unworked. turn. Sk first sc, sc next sc, dec over last 2 sc, for a total of 3 sc. (this creates a small 'shoulder' that makes positioning much easier) F/O


FEET (make 2):

Using Yellow:

Rnd 1: Using magic ring, 4 sc in ring (4)

Rnd 2. 2 sc in each sc around (8)

Rnd 3: sc in each sc around (8)

Rnd 4: sc in 2 sc, dec over next two around (9)

Rnd 7: flatten out the foot and sc together to 'close' the foot. The foot is not stuffed. F/O


EARS (make 2):

Using Black

Rnd 1: 4 sc in magic ring (4)

Rnd 2: sc in first 3 sc, 2 sc in last (5)

Rnd 3: sc in each sc around (5) change to yellow

Rnd 4: sc in first 2 sc, 2 sc in last (7)

Rnd 5: sc in first 6 sc, 2 sc in last (8)

F/0


TAIL (make ):

Using Yellow

Row 1: Chain 6. Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each remaining ch. (5)

Row 2: sc in each sc across, ch 4 (5 sc and 4 ch)

Row 3: sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each of remaining chs. sc in first 2 sc of row 3 (leave remaining 3 sc unworked) (total of 5 sc)

Row 4: repeat row 2

Row 5: repeat row 3

Row 6-7: sc in each sc across (10)

Row 8: sc in first 2sc, hdc in next , dc in last 2 sc. (10) F/O

Sew the two tail pieces together by either whipstitching, or using sc even around the edges. (you can place pipe cleaner in between them to add poseability, but this is purely optional).

I just sewed the brown on the back. It made a character a little larger then my fist. I hope its ok :).

Emilyy said...

could you make a giant plush like this?

old_trafford said...

nice doll

p/s Real Pikachu

Anonymous said...

umm...on row 14..so do you mean sc in next 6 stitch dec 2 times then sc in next six dec then repeat around???

WolfDreamer said...

Sc in the next 6 sc, decrease (work a decrease over the next 2 stitches) then sc in the next 6 sc, work a decrease (repeat this all the way around)

Anonymous said...

would you please consider making a ledyba?

Anonymous said...

Hi Wolfdreamer, I LOVE your patterns. I was working on this pikachu and i was just wondering how to do a back stitch or a whip stich for the nose and mouth. could you like make a tutorial for me with a video or written instructions? and thank you in advance.

elkajah said...

I would also like to know if you would actually make one on commission for me? no one i know crochets worth crud lol. if you like you can email me at elkajah@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I was wondering what the "magic ring" is that you are referring to throughout? I apologize if this is an obvious answer... kind of new at this :)

Carolina said...

Okay. Wow.
Your work is SO AMAZING.
I CAN NOT find any patterns in knit for Pokemon. And even then I bet they wouldn't be as good as your patterns.
I actually couldn't crochet a stitch, but I had to give in to your patterns to make something for my friend's bday.
So I started crocheting the pikachu.
And with a little help from the Internet, I COULD CROCHET.
So thanks so much for your patterns inspiring me to finally learn to crochet. :)
Try making a Charizard since it was so popular back in the day. :P

WolfDreamer said...

Thanks! Altho I knit all the time, I don't make dolls in knit because they don't hold their shape nearly as well when stuffed as do the crochet dolls :D

I'm always pleased to hear when someone was inspired to learn crochet because of one of my patterns... you'll be glad you did learn, it opens up a whole other world of options to you ... crochet lace borders for your knit garments, trims, lovely shawls and blankets, hats and everything else....and of course, the dolls! :D

Charizard I haven't made because there are already several VERY good free patterns online for Char - so I concentrate on the other pokemon that need some lovin' too LOL

If you run into any problems you can't find a solution for online (YouTube is a monsterly good resource for video instructions on all the stitches/techniques) - let me know and I'll see what I can do to help ya out :D

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to let you know that I LOVE your patterns!!

I made this one as part of Xmas present last year for my son and he ADORES it, so much so that he's starting to get a little "loved" and I may need to make a new one :)

And I've probably made about 20 pokeballs in various sizes and colors :) They made and awesome addition in my son's bday goodie bags too!

Thank you again for sharing such wonderful patterns!!

Anonymous said...

Hello! I really like your Pikachu =)
How long did it take to make?
And I'm a noob when it comes to crocheting, do you think I would find this difficult?
From Ivi

Anonymous said...

Hello WolfDreamer,
I just discovered your patterns and they are all absolutely incredible! I've never done crochet before (but I knit) and this classic Pikachu is soo cute! I'm running out for a crochet hook today- could I make a request for Bulbasaur and Togepi?? Please! and thank you so much! Merry Christmas

Xyphir said...

Hi WolfDreamer,
I have only just learned to crochet over this summer break (I'm in NZ) I loved looking at your patterns, but could only crochet to a pictorial scheme.
Yesterday, I taught myself to read a pattern using a japanese site and google translate and realised how the patterns 'worked' - at least for ball shaped things - and now am half way through my first pikachu! My sister is really excited because she is into cosplay and wants to show him off! hehe.
Thank you so much for posting the pattern and with the picture. As a brand new crochet-queen, I really appreciate them :D

XX

Anonymous said...

in row 15 on the tail you said you dec twice. but yet you have the same amount as the last row. Shouldn't it be 8 then? because you "removed" 2? o3o

WolfDreamer said...

There are no decreases in row 15. There are single crochet (sc), half-double crochet(hdc) and double crochet (dc).

:D

Anonymous said...

I love your Pokeman pattern collection I have done Pikachu,pokeball,pichu, also i made sonic,mario Luigi...... Your patterens are so easy to follow thanks for sharing

Lucy said...

Hi! I was reading through this pattern and I was wondering what you meant by F/O...I have a feeling that I already know but I am very forgetful, so could you please help me out?

Tash said...

Totally in love with this pattern! You're a gem, thankyou so much for sharing! it's my first try at arigurumi and it's turning out perfectly! Im making mine for a friends' daughter, I know she'll love it :)
P.s I am now following your amazing blog!! I'll post a photo of my finished Pikachu on my blog if you'd like to see it!

Tash said...

Gah I can't spell...amigurumi :p you know what I mean! hehe

Anonymous said...

hello...just had a quick question. How come you never mention to chain one at the end of a row before you turn? You would have to ch 1 in order to have the number of stiches you mention in ().

WolfDreamer said...

Well, technically, there are two ways you can turn your row. (You should always chain 1 at the beginning of a new 'round' but still work your first stitch in the same sc you slipped stitch into)

When turning a row, you do have two choices:

1. Chain 1, skip the first stitch and continue your row, making the chain 1 the 'first' stitch of your row.

2. Don't chain, and work your first sc in the actual last sc of the previous row.

The benefit of NOT doing a ch1, is that you have a firmer edge to sew up your doll parts/pieces. Chaining to turn creates a weaker edge suitable for garments, but it leaves gaps in a doll when it's stuffed or sew together.

You keep your stitch count, but end up with a firmer edge to work with.

If you're making a scarf or other garment, which will have an 'open' edge ... using the 'no chain' turn also results in a *much* cleaner edge with a tighter form that looks as if you went back and intentionally created the edging.

Obviously, when working with DC or TR, you do need to make at least a chain 1 (or 2) when turning, just to bring your working yarn up to the stitch height, but by making your first stitch in the actual final stitch of your previous row, you're still going to end up with a firmer and cleaner edge than if you used the turning chain as your 'first stitch' of the row. :D

Hope that made some sense! I think I might have even slightly confused m'self there LOL

Anonymous said...

I never understood how to read the instructions and I've been crocheting for a year now, is that bad or normal? I've been crocheting many amigurumis though, and I was going to be crocheting a oversized pikachu for a friend that's graduating from highschool (ima soon to be sophomore) and I was wondering if it would be plagiarism if I also sold it in online stores with other amigumies from different animes b/c my friends said I should sell my stuff

Anonymous said...

If you follow the pattern as it is, you'll notice that the result is nothing like the picture. the ears/arms/feet/tail are too small for that body.

WolfDreamer said...

I'm sorry if you had problems with the pattern. Many many others have made the Pikachu and had no problems.

Many things can affect the size of the parts of crocheted dolls. Tension when working, amount and type of stuffing, etc. Sometimes when making these crochet dolls, you have to adjust for your specific style/tension and materials.

Kathy said...

This is a very good pattern! I modified some of it cause the body for whatever reason was a bit fat for me so the arms were too short and... Well, it happens. Whatever.

Thank you very much for this pattern! I really wanted to make a Pikachu with ketchup for mine and my boyfriend's year anniversary and now I can!!! (:

Kaitlyn Bulkley said...

Everything worked except for the ears: they seemed much smaller than in the picture...

Michelle Parson said...

In the brown portion of the tail you have to -"ch7, sc in 2nd ch from hook then sc the remainder(6). Then row 2 you have sk 1st ch then sc in remaining (6 sc) but isn't it (5) if you are sk the 1st sc in row 2?

Bek said...

Great pattern! Made one for my 7 yr old and they loved it so much that my 3 yr old demanded his own. On the second, I used the brown yarn for the first section of the lightening bolt instead of attaching a separate patch. Both versions came out great! Thank you for the pattern!!

Chainthree said...

I have a website for my crochet projects too, and a few people have had issues with my patterns because I forgot punctuation. So, not being mean, but on Rounds 5-17, you should put a comma before "around", cause the way I read it was

"Rnd 14: sc in next 6 sc. dec over next 2 sc. Sc in next six sc. dec around" and I'm guessing you meant "Rnd 14: (sc in next 6 sc, dec over next 2 sc. Sc in next six sc, dec) around"

If I'm wrong, I'm terribly sorry and I apologize. Either way, SO CUTE!!!

moringstar said...

Have you done a Pokémon Pickachu hat for teens? I can't find a good free pattern. Your work is really good. thanks for making the patterns available. My grandson would love a hat.

Emma. said...

How big is this pokemon? Thank u!

Wendy B said...

When I made this he ended up being 6.5 inches, (8.5 inches including ears)

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