Small Pokeball pattern

Hey guys! I’ve had some time college starts next week, so here’s a small pattern I got to write. I hope you like it! If you have any questions or find a mistake in this pattern, please email me on anonymouscrochet@hotmail.com πŸ˜‰ 

You can also follow me on Instagram (@anonymouscrochet) for my latest projects and the adventures of the Traveling Dinosaur! πŸ˜€

The pattern is written in US terms. For abbreviations, please check my other patterns. 

Pokeball pattern

Repeat everything between **

BALL
Start in red.
MR 6
1. Inc around
2. *sc, inc* 6x
3. *sc 2, inc* 6x
4. *sc 3, inc* 6x
5. *sc 4, inc* 6x
6. *sc 5, inc* 6x
7-9. Sc around
10. Change to black, sc around
11. Change to white, sc around
12-13. Sc around
14. *sc 5, dec* 6x
15. *sc 4, dec* 6x
16. *sc 3, dec* 6x
17. *sc 2, dec* 6x
18. *sc, dec* 6x
19. Dec around
FO and close hole.

BUTTON
BLACK PART
MR 6
1. Inc around
FO, leave some thread for sewing.
WHITE PART
MR 8, close ring with a sl st and FO. Leave some tread for sewing.
Sew the white part on the front of the sc’s in the 1st round of the black part to make the button.

ASSEMBLY
Sew the button on the black stripe, make sure the stripe is under the middle of your button. If you want you can make a small keyring on the red top of the pokeball to turn it into a keychain. 

This pattern is for personal use only. You may sell any pokeballs you make, but please do not sell this pattern nor claim it as your own. 

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Barry the Tiny BrachiosaurusΒ 

Hey guys! As some of you may have seen on my Instagram (@anonymouscrochet), I’m  spending my summer holiday in Thailand. The first week we’ve been traveling a lot. We’ve seen Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Khao Yai National Park and much more. The past week I’ve had some time to relax at Koh Tao and Koh Pangan, so I finally had time to make a new pattern. I planned on finishing the pattern last night, but I was interrupted by this HUGE SPIDER IN MY ROOM AND OH MY GOD IT IS JUST AS BIG AS BARRY so my sister and I had someone of the staff get rid of this hellish creature. Unfortunately when we entered the bathroom we found ANOTHER A LITTLE SMALLER BUT STILL AS BIG AS THE PALM OF MY HAND so we tried to catch it in a glass BUT IT DIDN’T FIT INSIDE THE GLASS thus all of my time was wasted screaming and crying over these Thai spiders. God, do I miss Holland now. 

There isn’t really a story behind this pattern, just that I wanted to play with shapes and crocheting in one piece. That’s why this dinosaur only needs some sewing in his legs and tail. I’m really glad how he turned out, I hope you will like him too! 

Barry the Tiny Brachiosaurus 

Pattern

For a Barry you need some yarn with a matching crochet hook, a bit of black to emboider the eyes, a stitch marker,  a darling needle and some fiberfill. 

Abbreviations
St – stitch
Sc – single crochet
Dc – double crochet
Inc – 2 sc in the next st
Dec – decrease while crocheting 2 sc together
Sc3tog – decrease while crocheting 3 sc together
Dc3tog – decrease while crocheting 3 dc together
FO – fasten off

Legs
MR 6
1. Inc around
2-5. Sc around (12)
FO
DON’T fasten off the fourth leg.

Body
6. Sc 9 on each leg, starting on the fourth leg, to make one round of 36 st.
7-14. Sc around (36)
Sew close the hole made by the remaining stitches in a “+ like” shape. See my pictures.
15. Sc 10, dc3tog 6x, sc 8 (24)
16. Sc 4, sc3tog, *dc3tog* 4x, sc3tog sc 2 (12)
Start stuffing your dinosaur. Easiest is stuffing the legs first, and then the body.
17-26. Sc around
27. Sc 2, *3 dc in next st* 3x (18)
28-30. Sc around
31. Sc 2, dc3tog 3x, sc 7 (12)
Stuff the neck and head.
32. Dec around (6)

Tail
MR 6
1-2. Sc around
3. Sc, inc, sc 4 (7)
4-6. Sc around
7. Sc, inc, sc 5 (8)
8-9. Sc around
10. Sc, inc, sc 6 (9)
11. Sc around
12. Sc, inc, sc 7 (10)
13. Sc around
14. Sc 2, inc, sc 7 (11)
15. Sc around
16. Sc 3, inc, sc 7 (12)
17. Sc 4, inc, sc 7 (13)
15. Sc 5, inc, sc 7 (14) 

Stuff the tail and sew to the body, using the side with the increases as the upper side. Emboider some eyes on your dinosaur. If you prefer, you can emboider stripes on Barry’s back to close the holes made by the dc’s. 

Before sewing the legs together

After sewing the legs together

And that is it! I hope you like him! If you have any questions about this pattern, see any mistakes in this pattern or just want to show me your Barry (I’d love to see how they turned out πŸ˜‰ ), please email me on anonymouscrochet@hotmail.com or send me a message on Instagram (@anonymouscrochet)! 

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Peeps the baby bird

I’m almost done with highschool, which is super tensive but also really exiting… Finally I’m starting to have some more free time. I thought it would be nice to celebrate with a new pattern, so here he is! Meet Peeps: he’s a small bird that you can make in very little time. Enjoy!

Peeps the baby bird, the pattern

BODY
MR 6

  1. Inc around
  2. *sc, inc* 6x
  3. *sc 2, inc* 6x

4-10. Sc around

  1. *sc 2, dec* 6x
  2. *sc, inc* 6x

Fill the body with fiberfill.

  1. Dec around

FO and close holes.

BELLY
MR 6

  1. Inc around

Sl st and FO, leave an end for sewing. Pull the MR tight.

EYES (see pictures)
With white, MR 6. St st and FO. Leave an end for sewing.

With black, make a double knot in a little bit of yarn. Pull the ends through the hole of your magic ring and pull the hole tight. Tie one end to the white end of the magic ring, to make sure the pupil won’t fall out.

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BEAK
MR 3

  1. Sc, inc, sc
  2. Sc, inc, sc 2
  3. Sc around

Sl st and FO, leave an end for sewing.

 WINGS (make two)

MR 6

  1. Inc around

Now fold the wing, making sure your hook on the pointy end of your work. Now sc across the round side of the half circle.  

FEET

MR, chain 3, sc 2 starting in 2nd chain from the hook, sl st in MR,  chain 3, sc 2 starting in 2nd chain from the hook, sl st in MR, FO and leave an end for sewing. Pull the MR tight.

Sew everything to place, and tie two small ends of red to Peeps head and split the yarn with your darling needle or hook.


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Zaza the Zebra

My new years resolution this year: to start finishing the unfinished.  I have a ton of projects I started but never ended. Sadly, because this year is (hopefully) my last year of highschool, I don’t have that much time to actually finish all of my projects… but I’m on my way! πŸ˜‰

One of my unfinished projects was this zebra. It’s been a while since I posted a new pattern, I thought you might enjoy this one. It hasn’t been tested yet, so if you find any mistakes or have any questions, please send me an email on anonymouscrochet@hotmail.com . (Or if you just want to show me your zebras, I’d be delighted to see how they turned out! :D) You can also follow me on Instagram for pictures of my projects and for the adventures of the Traveling Dinosaur (@anonymouscrochet)!

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Zaza the Zebra: the pattern

For Zaza I used cotton yarn, with a matching 3mm crochet hook. It is of course possible to make Zaza with different yarn, as long as you use a matching hook.
You will also need:
– safety eyes (I used 8mm, feel free to use another size);
– some fiberfill;
– a darling needle.

 

Used abbreviations:

– sc – single crochet

– hdc – half double crochet

– inc – increase (2 single crochet in 1 stitch)

– dec – decrease (crochet 2 stitches together)

– MR – magic ring

– sl st – slip stitch

 

For Zaza’s stripes I used a stripe pattern: 2 rounds black, 2 rounds white, 2 rounds black, 2 rounds white and so on.

Head

Zaza’s head has a black nose. Start with black, switch to white after round 5. Then continue working in the stripe pattern.

Round Instructions
MR 6
1 Inc around
2 (sc, inc) 6x
3 (sc 2, inc) 6x
4-8 sc around
9 sc 11, 2 inc, sc 11
10 sc around
11 sc 11, inc, sc 2, inc, sc 11
12-16 sc around
Use the increases of rounds 9 and 11 as the middle. Put in safety-eyes between rounds 10 and 11, with 10 stitches in between. Fill the head with fiberfill.
17 sc 8, dec, sc, dec, sc 2, dec, sc, dec, sc 8
18 (sc 2, dec) 6x
19 (sc, dec) 6x
20 dec around

Fasten off and close the remaining hole.

For Zaza’s ears, follow the diagram below. Fold the ears and sew them onto the head on about the same height as the eyes, onto rounds 16-18.

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Body

In stripe pattern:

MR 6
1 inc around
2 (sc, inc) 6x
3 (sc 2, inc) 6x
4 (sc 3, inc) 6x
5-14 sc around
15 (sc 3, dec) 6x
16 sc around
17 (sc 2, dec) 6x
18 sc around
19 (sc, dec) 6x
20-23 sc around

Fasten off and leave a long end for sewing. Sew the body under the head.

 

Arms (make 2)

Start with black. After round 3, switch to white and continue stripe pattern.

MR 6
1 inc around
2-3 sc around
4 (sc, dec) 4x
5-14 sc around

Fasten off and leave a long end for sewing. Sew the arms onto the body’s round 17.

 

Legs (make 2)

Just as with the arms, start with black. After round 3, switch to white and continue stripe pattern.

MR 7
1 inc around
2-3 sc around
4 (sc 2, dec, sc, dec) 2x
5-16 sc around.

Fasten off and leave a long end for sewing. Sew the legs onto the bottom of the body.

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Manes and tail

Zaza’s manes are loops (chain 10), surface crocheted onto the head.
The tail is made of 6 strands of yarn, each measuring around 20 cm. Pull 3 strands halfway through his lower back and repeat this right next to the previous strands. Make the below knot +/- 5 times, and split the ends to make a fluffy end to the tail.

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 You may sell your zebra but do not sell this pattern nor claim it as your own. You may of cource link to my blog, please inform me when you do so! πŸ˜‰ 

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Guess who’s got Instagram?!

It’s me! From now on, I will be posting pictures of my projects on Instagram. You can also follow the adventures of the Traveling Dinosaur, aka the velociraptor, who’s pattern I’ve posted about a year ago.

So search anonymouscrochet and click that follow button! πŸ˜€

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Shorn the shaveable Sheep

This summer I made a sheep, but didn’t know if I’d make it fluffy or shaven. I’m not that good at crocheting with fluffy yarn yet, so I decided to make a sheep that you can ‘shave’ by taking off his tiny coat. The first one I made for my grandmother, the second posed for the pictures in this pattern. I hope you guys like him! If you have any questions, find a mistake in this pattern or just want to show me your sheep (I’d love to see yours :D), please email me on anonymouscrochet@hotmail.com. You can also follow me on Instagram for pictures of my projects and for the adventures of the Traveling Dinosaur (@anonymouscrochet)!


Sheep

Head

MR 6

  1. Inc around

2-4. Sc around

  1. ‘sc, inc’ 6x

6-10. Sc around

  1. Sc 3, dec 6, sc 3
  2. Sc 2, dec 4, sc 2

13-14. Sc around

Sl st and FO, leave long end

Body and tail

MR 6

  1. Inc around
  2. ‘sc, inc ‘ 6x

3-14. Sc around

  1. ‘sc, dec’ 6x
  2. Dec around
  3. Dec 2, sc

18-19. Sc around

Sl st and FO, leave long end

Legs

MR 6

  1. In BLO: sc around

2-8. Sc around

Sl st and FO, leave long end

Ears

MR 4

1-3 sc around

Sl st and FO, leave long end

Coat

Chain 11

From now on in back loops only:

  1. Inc, sc 8, inc, chain 1, turn
  2. Inc, sc 10, inc, chain 1, turn
  3. Inc, sc 5, inc 2, sc 5, inc, chain 1, turn
  4. Inc, sc 7, inc 2, sc 7, inc, chain 1, turn

Here come the holes for the legs:

  1. Sc 24, chain 4, turn
  2.  Insert hook in 4th st, sc 18, chain 3, skip 3, sc, chain 1, turn

7-8. Sc 24, chain 1, turn

  1. Sc 24, chain 4, turn
  2. Insert hook in 4th st, sc 18, chain 3, skip 3, sc, chain 1, turn
  3. Sc 24, chain 1, turn
  4. Dec 12

Sl st and FO

In the front loops of the coat: chain 5, sl st in next stitch, chain 5, sl st in next stitch. Continue till you have a nice and fluffy coat. See picture.

You can sell your own sheep but please do not sell this pattern nor claim it as your own. You can of course link to my blog, if you do so please let me know πŸ˜‰ 

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Tiny Smaug

A few days ago I bought my first crochet magazine. I always found they were much too expensive for me, a 16-year old with only limited pocket money and a boatload of hobbys, but I was really curious for them and this one had a really cute pattern of a Mammoth in it. I simply had to buy it. 

One of the articles in the magazine was about UFOs (UnFinished Objects). Something else that I have a boatload of. It told me to finish at least one UFO before starting something new. So I chose to finally get my Smaug pattern done. I started it about a year ago, when the last part of The Hobbit was in the cinemas. I am an enormous fan of The Hobbit and an even bigger fan of dragons, so I made a little Smaug and went to the cinema with him. I already wrote the pattern on paper to be written in the computer, but then I lost it… Luckily I recently found it back, it is all typed out now.

   

 

Tiny smaug: the pattern
Smaug is made with a 4mm hook and matching yarn. You will also need some felt, some textile glue or something to sew the horns on with. I made eyes with felt, but you can also use safety-eyes. You will also need a darling needle.

HEAD

MR 4

sc around

Inc around

3-5. Sc around

6. *sc, inc* 4x

7-10. Sc around

11. Sc, 4 dec, sc 3

12. Sc, 2 dec, sc 3

13-21 sc around

FO and leave a long end for sewing.

BODY

MR 6

Inc around

*sc, inc* 6x

3-8. Sc around

9. Sc 5, 2 dec, sc 7

10. Sc around

11. Sc 4, dec, sc, dec, sc 7

12. Sc around

13. Sc 4, 2 dec, sc 6

14. Sc around

15. Sc 3, dec, sc, dec, sc 4

16-17. Sc around

18. *sc 3, dec* 2x

19-25. Sc around

26. *sc 2, dec* 2x

27-34. Sc around

35. *sc, dec* 2x

36-40. Sc around

FO and weave in ends.

WING (make 2)

Chain 31, turn

Sc 15, 2 dec, sc 16, chain 1, turn

From now on, crochet in back loops only:

2. Sc 15, 2 dec, sc 9, chain 3, turn

3. Sc 10, 2 dec, sc 14, chain 2, turn

4. Sc 14, 2 dec, sc 9, chain 2, turn

5. Sc 9, 2 dec, sc 13, chain 1, turn

6. Sc 12, 2 dec, sc 8, chain 1, turn

7. Sc 7, 2 dec, sc 7, chain 1, turn

8. Sc 6, 2 dec, sc 5, chain 1, turn

9. Sc 4, 2 dec, sc 4, chain 1, turn

10. Sc 3, 2 dec, sc 2, chain 1, turn

11. Sc, 2 dec, sc

FO and weave in ends

FINGERS

  
For the fingers I picked 3 loops to make the fingers in. I picked the one on the corner of the wing and the ones next to the middle one (see my pictures for reference).

In 1st loop: chain 2, sc, sl st

In 2nd loop: chain 3, sc 2, sl st 

In 3rd loop: chain 2, sc, sl st

FO and weave in ends.

LEGS (make 2)

MR 6

In back loops only: sc 2, dec, sc 2

2-5. Sc around

6. Sc 3, inc, sc

7. Sc 3, 2 inc, sc

8. Dec, sc 6

9. Sc around

FO and leave a long end for sewing.
Sew everything in place, using my pictures as reference. Cut the horns out of your felt, put them on with fabric glue or sew them on. When using the glue, make sure they dry well, otherwise they might fall off (happend a lot with me, but then again I used cheap glue). 

  

   

  

 

  
Now you have your own tiny Smaug! If you have any questions or want to show me how your Smaug turned out (I’d really like to see), please send me an email on anonymouscrochet@hotmail.com. You can also follow me on Instagram for pictures of my projects and for the adventures of the Traveling Dinosaur (@anonymouscrochet)!

I hope you like the pattern! 

You may sell any Smaugs you made, but please do not sell this pattern nor claim it as your own. This pattern is for personal use only. You may of course link to my blog, please let me know if you do so πŸ˜‰ 

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