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Saturday, June 30, 2012

Terriormon Plushie



Well,  I took a bit of a detour.  Digimon are big around this house,  and Terriormon is first up.  This doll is probably going to require two skeins of white (but you should have left overs)  and about half a skein of the green color.

I hope to get some other digimon characters done too, it's a nice change from the Pokemon (although I still have plans to make some more of those, don't worry!).

If you have any problems with the pattern,  post or email me,  I'll get back with you asap  (and as always,  if you find an issue with the pattern,  which can happen,  let me know so I can fix it  :)



MATERIALS:

WW yarn in (2 skeins)white and (1 skein)medium green
G Hook
Fiberfill
Felt in black, dark red and pink (with tiny scraps for catchlights in the eyes)
Sewing needle and thread
Fabric Glue (optional)

NOTES:

Gauge isn't terribly important to this project, as long as your choice of yarn, hook and individual tension result in a stitch that is fairly firm and doesn't allow the fiberfil to show through

Numbers in ( ) at the end of each round or row indicate the total number of stitches that should be in that round or row.

It's highly recommended that you read through the pattern completely before beginning to familiarize yourself with the entire process.

BODY

Rnd 1: 8 sc in magic ring (8)
Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (16)
Rnd 3: *sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc* repeat * to * around (24)
Rnd 4: *sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc* repeat * to * around (32)
Rnd 5: *sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc* repeat * to * around (40)
Rnd 6: *sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc* repeat * to * around (48)
Rnd 7-20: sc in each sc around (48)
Rnd 21: * sc in next 4 sc, dec over next 2 sc * repeat * to * around (40)
Rnd 22: sc in each sc around (40)
If you haven't started stuffing yet, do so now. Stuff firmly and shape body as you progress. Continue to stuff firmly and shape as you go along.
Rnd 23: * sc in next 3 sc, dec over next 2 sc * repeat * to * around (32)
Rnd 24: sc in each sc around (32)
Rnd 25: * sc in next 2 sc, dec over next 2 sc * repeat * to * around (24)
Rnd 26: sc in each sc around (24)
F/O and finish stuffing (slightly overstuff neck opening to prevent sagging later) Weave in ends (neck opening is not closed)


HEAD

Rnd 1: 8 sc in magic ring (8)
Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (16)
Rnd 3: *sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc* repeat * to * around (24)
Rnd 4: *sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc* repeat * to * around (32)
Rnd 5: *sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc* repeat * to * around (40)
Rnd 6: *sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc* repeat * to * around (48)
Rnd 7: * sc in next 5 sc, 2 sc in next sc * repeat * to * around (56)
Rnd 8-18: sc in each sc around (56)
Rnd 19: * sc in next 5 sc, dec over next 2 sc * repeat * to * around (48)
If you haven't started stuffing yet, do so now. Stuff firmly and shape the head as you progress. Continue to stuff firmly and shape as you go along.
Rnd 20: * sc in next 4 sc, dec over next 2 sc * repeat * to * around (40)
Rnd 21: * sc in next 3 sc, dec over next 2 sc * repeat * to * around (32)
Rnd 22: * sc in next 2 sc, dec over next 2 sc * repeat * to * around (24)
Rnd 23: * sc in next sc, dec over next 2 sc * repeat * to * around (16)
F/O and add any stuffing needed to firmly shape the head. Pin neck opening of head to the slightly overstuffed neck opening of the body.

FEET/LEGS:

Beginning with the green:

Rnd 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Rnd 2: sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc (repeat twice more) (9)
Rnd 3: sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc (repeat twice more) Change to white yarn in last sc of round.(12)
Rnd 4: sc in each sc around (12)
Rnd 5: sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc (repeat twice more) (15)
Rnd 6: sc in each sc around (15)
Rnd 7: sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc (repeat twice more) (18)
Begin 'hip' structure (working now in rows)
Row 1: sc in each of next 9 sc (leave remaining sc unworked). Chain 1 and turn (9)
Row 2: dec over first two sc, sc across to final two sc, dec over last two sc. Chain 1 and turn (7)
Row 3: dec over first two sc, sc across to final two sc, dec over last two sc. Chain 1 and turn (5)
Row 4: dec over first two sc, sc across to final two sc, dec over last two sc. Chain 1 and turn (3)
F/O. Stuff firmly while shaping. Weave in ends.

ARMS:

Beginning with the green:

Rnd 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Rnd 2: sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc (repeat twice more) (9)
Rnd 3: sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc (repeat twice more) Change to white yarn in last sc of round.(12)
Rnd 4-12: Sc in each sc around (12)
Rnd 13: HDC in each of next 6 sc. Leave all remaining sc unworked. (6)
F/O. Stuff lightly. (arms shouldn't be stuffed too firmly or they won't position properly). Weave in ends.

KERCHIEF:

Chain 26. Sc in second chain from hook and each chain across (25)
Turn your work and slip stitch back across 6 sc. Chain 1 and sc in same stitch as last slip stitch. Sc in each sc across until there are six sc left. Leave those final six sc's unworked. Chain 1 and turn.

Dec over first 2 sc of row. Sc across to end of row. Chain 1 and turn.

Repeat last row till two sc remain. Dec over final 2 sc.

F/O and weave ends.

NOTE: It is possible you will need to adjust the number of starting chains to accommodate the neck space of your doll (by chaining more or less). It's helpful to pin the arms in place and 'test' your kercheif before fastening off the yarn. Everyone crochet's a little differently, so you may need to adjust this portion to fit your tension/style of crochet.

EARS (make 2):

Staring with white:

Rnd 1: Chain 26. Join chain to form a ring (being careful not to twist your chain). Sc in each chain around, join with slip stitch to first sc. (26)
Rnd 2: sc in each sc around (26)
Rnd 3: sc in each of next 12 sc, 2 sc in next sc; sc in each of next 12 sc, 2 sc in last sc of round (28)
Rnd 4-6: sc in each sc around (28)
Rnd 7: sc in each of next 13 sc, 2 sc in next sc; sc in each of next 13 sc, 2 sc in last sc of round (30)
Rnd 8-10: sc in each sc around (30)
Rnd 11: sc in each of next 14 sc, 2 sc in next sc; sc in each of next 14 sc, 2 sc in last sc of round (32)
Rnd 12-14: sc in each sc around (32)
Rnd 15: sc in each of next 15 sc, 2 sc in next sc; sc in each of next 15 sc, 2 sc in last sc of round (34)
Rnd 16-18: sc in each sc around (34)
Rnd 19: sc in each of next 16 sc, 2 sc in next sc; sc in each of next 16 sc, 2 sc in last sc of round (36)
Rnd 20-42: sc in each sc around ; change to green in last sc of round 42 (36)
Rnd 43-46: sc in each sc around (36)
Do not fasten off and ears are not stuffed:

Begin points:

1: Sc in next 6 sc. Working on other side of 'opening', sc in the 6 sc immediately opposite of the 6 you just did (essentially, the last sc in the round). Slip stitch to first sc (12)
2: sc in each sc around (12)
3: sc in next 4 sc, dec over next 2 sc, sc in next 4 sc, dec over next 2 sc (10)
4: sc in next 3 sc, dec over next 2 sc, sc in next 3 sc, dec over next 2 sc (8)
5: sc in next 2 sc, dec over next 2 sc, sc in next 2 sc, dec over next 2 sc (6)
6: sc in next sc, dec over next 2 sc, sc in next sc, dec over next 2 sc (4)
7: Dec over 2 sc, dec over 2 sc (2)
8: Dec over last two remaining sc. 
F/O and weave in end.

Next 2 points :

Attach yarn immediate to the left of base row of the previous point. Repeat rounds 1-8 of first point.


STRIPES FOR EARS (make four):

Chain 13, 5 HDC in 3rd chain from hook and each chain to last chain. 5 HDC in last chain. Working back down the opposite side of the foundation chain, HDC in each free loop. Slip stitch to first HDC of Round.
F/O and weave in ends

Place and pin the stripes to the outer sides of the ears as shown. When pleased with placement, sew securely in place. (I recommend using sewing thread and needle to prevent unwanted bulk around edges)


HORN:

Rnd 1: 4 sc in magic ring (4)
Rnd 2: sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc, 2 sc in last sc (6)
Rnd 3: sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in last sc (8)
Rnd 4: sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in last sc (10)
F/O.

TAIL:

Row 1: Chain 6. sc in 2nd chain from hook and each chain across (5)
Row 2: dec over first 2 sc, sc across (4)
Row 3: dec over first 2 sc, sc across (3)
Row 4: dec over first 2 sc, sc across (2)
Row 5: dec over the remaining 2 sc (1)
F/O. Weave in ends.

ASSEMBLY:

Pin all parts together as shown (or as preferred). When fully satisfied with placement of parts, securely sew all parts together.   The tail is placed in the place tails normally go,  LOL.  I just wasn't able to get a picture of his backside.

Cut pieces of felt for face features and sew (or glue) into place.

Cut long, thin strips of felt that are slightly wider at one end. Glue (or sew) three of these to each foot/hand for the claws. Trim to length desired. (widest end should be the part that's glued or sewn to the foot/hand part)

Using needle and dark brown or black thread, whipstitch several times for nose.

DIGIMON and TERRIORMON are copyright of their original creators.

This crochet pattern is an original pattern and is © by Linda Potts (June 2012). 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/repost it on your site. You may print and keep a copy for your own personal use but you may not sell or distribute it, or sell items made from this pattern. 


35 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Adorable!

Kitten2121 said...

I just wanted to thank you for all of your patterns and everything you do. You are sooooo awesome, seriously.

Craft Cat said...

Cute please make a gotomon or a Patamon or a miltank

Anonymous said...

id ask for you to make gabumon but just has so much on him

Craft Cat said...

Gabumon was a favorite to

Kitty Ange said...

Superbe merci
Beautiful thanks!

Charlotte said...

I may not comment often but I visit regularly. Have a safe & fun 4th!

miesje1996 said...

I so love you now, tnx
can you post more of them?

miesje1996 said...

I love you so much right now, tnx
can you post more of them?

Maritza - BevalĂș said...

Very very cute!! :) I loved it

Hugs from Chile!

Krystal Czarnik said...

Is it possible for you to post an InuYasha doll? he's my daughter's favorite. i understand you are very busy right and i wish you luck with the new designs.

Unknown said...

Linda My son loves your Pokemon, but you just made my other son very happy he loves Digimon and finding patterns is almost impossible! Thanks so much for another great pattern!! Mary

Anonymous said...

I love all your patterns. You inspired me to make my swablu :P

Anonymous said...

Oh my god! I was just thinking about how to make a lopmon and I thought "man, it would be nice if she'd make some digimmon" and HERE IT IS! AHH THANK YOU <3

Anonymous said...

Oh my god! I was just thinking about how to make a lopmon and I thought "man, it would be nice if she'd make some digimmon" and HERE IT IS! AHH THANK YOU <3

Anonymous said...

I know you're probably really, really busy, and I know it must be hot down in Texas,considering it was hot up in Canada, but I was wondering if you would be able to put a pattern up for a Dratini and a Dragonair. They're my two favorite Pokemon, and I think they're really cute.

Thanks if you can, and thanks for reading.

CrochetingSister said...

Could you make Snivy and Torterra? It would be really helpful, thanks in advance!

Jamie Page said...

its about time someone else with much more talent for making patterns then me started making Digimon. This is the newest addition to the toys I'm going to crochet/

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for all the great patterns! I made an oshawott and it turned out great!I know you must get a lot of requests, but could you make a Makuhita or a Munna? I cant find any patterns for them on the web and they are my absolute favorites. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hi! These patterns are great!!! Could you make a chao pattern to go along with the sonic theme? Those things are just too cute!

Kopy Kat said...

Great pattern! Your pokemon always look so real! Can you please make a togepi pattern? I would love you forever!

Tash said...

Holy canolli on toast! That is so awesome!!

Darci said...

I just wanted to let you know how wonderful I think your patterns are and how thankful I am that you share them with everyone!!!

Penuch said...

Okay, so like this looks amazing! I've always wanted a Terriormon plush ever since I was little and watched Digimon on the T.V ~
Unfortunately there were never any Terriormon plushies on Ebay (I do all my plushie shopping on Ebay.) Today I recently checked after seeing this and they had like 5 listed on there. But the ones that were listed didn't look HALF as good as this. And they were priced for over $70!

Chinty said...

This is so awesome. I'm so glad I found your site so I have ideas for later (I just started crochet so it will take me a while to get the hang of it).

Gatomon would be awesome (She was my favourite)

NUIT said...

I love your plushie of terriormon it's sooo cute :3

one question thought, how the hell do you put the eyes on the plushie? I cannot find an appropiate way for it to look good. thanks :3

Unknown said...

Very adorable ^^.
Thank you for sharing these pokemon and digimon patterns.

PS :
What yarn do you usually use for creating amigurumi?

elmira-san said...

Hiya! I'm a big fan of your work as well as Digimon. I was wondering if you ever have the spare time if you could work on more Digimon such as Gatomon, Gabumon, Tsnomon, and especially Patamon!

Either way I can't wait to see what you do in the future, whether it's more digimon or

Judi said...

This is so cute! Thank you for the pattern.

Britt Vermeulen said...

This plushie is so awesome, but can you please make veemon or patamon? Thank you for reading.

Renee Nicole said...

This is amazing id love to make a hat with the head my soon to b birthday boy would flip your work is amazing awesome superb just wow

Xana said...

So cute! I love Terriermon. Although Gatoman, Angewomon, and Gabumon are my top three. I would love if you did a pattern for any of those three at some point.

TheBookishOtaku said...

Would you be able to post a pattern for Lopmon? My niece loves them and wants the set. Thank you! Your patterns are amazing!

TheBookishOtaku said...

Would you be able to post a pattern for Lopmon? My niece loves them and wants the set. Thank you! Your patterns are amazing!

Roger Hillen said...

I Was Wondering If Anybody Knows Where I Can Find A Free Crochet Pattern For Either A Guilmon Hat That Has His Biohazard Symbol On It Or A Free Crochet Pattern For A Gabumon Hat ?

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