PATTY CROCHET CHICKEN PAL

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Patty Crochet Chicken Pal
– Free Crochet Pattern –

Patty Crochet Chicken Pal is a fun and adorable animal ball shaped doll.
Perfect and colorful for little hands. Patty is part of the Oddball Family.

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Patty Crochet Chicken Pal – Free Crochet Pattern

Supplies/Materials:

  • Yarn – 25 grams of double knitting/light worsted yarn, in yellow, green and blue; small amounts of double knitting/light worsted yarn, in pink, white and black; Weight – DK (11 wpi) 3 : Light.
    I used Elle (Saprotex) Family Knit Classic Double Knit
  • Hook – 3, 50 mm (E) – I used Clover
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle
  • Fiberfill/Toy Stuffing

Abbreviations: US Terminology
CH – chain
SL ST – slip stitch
SC – single crochet (UK – DC)
HDC – half double crochet (UK – HTR)
DC – double crochet (UK – TR)
TR – treble crochet (UK – DTR)
BLP – back loop

Gauge:
Gauge is NOT necessary for this project to be perfect

Finished Size:
Approx 8 inches in length (20 cm).

Pattern Notes:
Due to the nature of this pattern – the yarn and hook used is only a suggestion and any substitute may be used.
Size of finished product will vary depending on yarn and also size of hook used.

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Instructions:

Head:Size: 11 cm in length worked with a 3.50 mm hook and double knitting/light worsted yarn

This part is made by working in continuous rounds, so you may want to use a stitch marker to keep record of your current rnd – move your maker every time into last stitch worked to designate the end of the round.

With yellow yarn

Rnd 1: CH 2. Work 6 SC in second CH from hook. Place a stitch marker in the last SC to designate the end of the rnd.
Rnd 2: Work 2 SC in each ST around (12 SC).
Rnd 3: *Work 2 SC in next ST and 1 SC in next ST. Repeat from * around (18 SC).
Rnd 4: *Work 2 SC in next ST and 1 SC in next two STS. Repeat from * around (24 SC).
Rnd 5: *Work 2 SC in next ST and 1 SC in next three STS. Repeat from * around (30 SC).
Rnd 6: SC around (30 SC).
Rnd 7: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next four STS. Repeat from * around (36 SC).
Rnd 8: SC around (36 SC).
Rnd 9: *Work 2 SC in next ST and 1 SC in next five STS. Repeat from * around (42 SC).
Rnd 10 – 15: SC around (42 SC).
Rnd 16: *Work 1 SC in next 5 SC, SC2tog. Repeat from * around (36 SC).
Rnd 17: * Work 1 SC in next 4 SC, SC2tog. Repeat from * around (30 SC).
Rnd 18: *Work 1 SC in next 3 SC, SC2tog. Repeat from * around (24 SC).
Rnd 19 – 30: SC around (24 SC).
Rnd 31: TURN, CH 1, 1 SC in same ST, 1 SC in next 11 SC
Rnd 32: TURN, CH 1, 1 SC in same ST, 1 SC in next 11 SC
Rnd 33: TURN, CH 1, 1 SC in same ST, 1 SC in next 11 SC
Rnd 34: TURN. SL ST in next ST, 2 DC and 1 TR in next ST, 1 TR and 2 DC in next ST, SL ST in next 2 STS, 2 DC and 1 TR in next ST, 1 TR and 2 DC in next ST, SL ST in next ST – Continue up side – 2 DC and 1 TR in next space, 1 TR and 2 DC in next space, SL ST in next space. SL ST in next 12 SC – continue down side – 2 DC and 1 TR in next space, 1 TR and 2 DC in next space, SL ST in next space.
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

Stuff head firmly – but do NOT over-stuff.

Body:Size: 12 cm in diameter stuffed worked with a 3.50 mm hook and double knitting/light worsted yarn

This part is made by working in continuous rounds, so you may want to use a stitch marker to keep record of your current rnd – move your maker every time into last stitch worked to designate the end of the round.

With green yarn:

Rnd 1: CH 2. Work 6 SC in second CH from hook. Place a stitch marker in the last SC to designate the end of the rnd.
Rnd 2: Work 2 SC in each ST around (12 SC).
Rnd 3: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next ST. Repeat from * around (18 SC).
Rnd 4: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next two STS. Repeat from * around (24 SC).
Rnd 5: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next three STS. Repeat from * around (30 SC).
Rnd 6: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next four STS. Repeat from * around (36 SC).
Rnd 7: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next five STS. Repeat from * around (42 SC).
Rnd 8: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next six STS. Repeat from * around (48 SC).
Rnd 9: SC around (48 SC).
Rnd 10: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next seven STS. Repeat from * around (54 SC).
Rnd 11: SC around (54 SC).
Rnd 12: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next eight STS. Repeat from * around (60 SC).
Rnd 13: SC around (60 SC).
Rnd 14: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next nine STS. Repeat from * around (66 SC).
Rnd 15: SC around (66 SC).
Rnd 16: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next ten STS. Repeat from * around (72 SC).
Rnd 17: SC around (72 SC).
Rnd 18: *Work 2 SC in first ST and 1 SC in next eleven STS. Repeat from * around (78 SC).
Rnd 19-21: SC around (78 SC).
Rnd 22: *SC2tog and work 1 SC in next eleven STS. Repeat from * around (72 SC).
Rnd 23: SC around (72 SC).
Rnd 24: *SC2tog and work 1 SC in next ten STS. Repeat from * around (66 SC).
Rnd 25: SC around (66 SC).
Rnd 26: *SC2tog and work 1 SC in next nine STS. Repeat from * around (60 SC).
Rnd 27: SC around (60 SC).
Rnd 28: *SC2tog and work 1 SC in next eight STS. Repeat from * around (54 SC).
Rnd 29: SC around (54 SC).
Rnd 30: *SC2tog and work 1 SC in next seven STS. Repeat from * around (48 SC).
Rnd 31: *SC2tog and work 1 SC in next six STS. Repeat from * around (42 SC).
Rnd 32: *SC2tog and work 1 SC in next five STS. Repeat from * around (36 SC).
Rnd 33: *SC2tog and work 1 SC in next four STS. Repeat from * around (30 SC).

Stuff body firmly – but do NOT over-stuff.

Rnd 34: *SC2tog and work 1 SC in next three STS. Repeat from * around (24 SC).
Rnd 35: *SC2tog and work 1 SC in next two STS. Repeat from * around (18
Rnd 37: SC2tog around (6 SC).
Fasten off and leave a tail for sewing opening close.

Sew opening close and weave in tail end.

Head Feathers:

With pink yarn: CH 13

Work as follows – SL ST in 2nd CH from hook, *2 DC and 1 TR in next CH, 1 TR and 2 DC in next CH, SL ST in next 2 CH. Repeat from * once, 2 DC and 1 TR in next CH, 1 TR and 2 DC in next CH, SL ST in last CH. TURN, SL ST in each ST across.
Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Beak:  Make 2

With pink yarn: CH 2

Row 1: 2 SC in 2nd CH from hook, TURN
Row 2: CH 1, 2 SC in same ST, 2 SC in next ST (4 SC) TURN
Row 3: CH 1, 2 SC in same ST, 1 SC in next 2 STS, 2 SC in last ST (6 SC) TURN
Row 4: CH 1, 2 SC in same ST, 1 SC in next 4 STS, 2 SC in last ST (8 SC) TURN
Row 5: CH 1, 2 SC in same ST, 1 SC in next 6 STS, 2 SC in last ST (10 SC).
Fasten off and leave a tail for sewing.

Tail Feathers:Size: 5 cm in width at beginning and 12 cm in width at widest point  worked with a 3.50 mm hook and double knitting/light worsted yarn

Make 2

With blue yarn: CH 11

Row 1: 2 SC in 2nd CH from hook, 1 SC in next 8 STS, 2 SC in last ST, TURN
Row 2: CH 1, SC in each ST till end of row, (12 SC). TURN
Row 3: CH 1, 2 SC in same ST, 1 SC in 10 STS, 2 SC in last ST, TURN
Row 4: CH 1, SC in each ST till end of row, (14 SC). TURN
Row 5: CH 1, 2 SC in same ST, 1 SC in 12 STS, 2 SC in last ST, TURN
Row 6: CH 1, SC in each ST till end of row, (16 SC). TURN
Row 7: CH 1, 2 SC in same ST, 1 SC in 14 STS, 2 SC in last ST, TURN
Row 8: CH 1, SC in each ST till end of row, (18 SC). TURN
Row 9: CH 1, 2 SC in same ST, 1 SC in 16 STS, 2 SC in last ST, TURN
Row 10: For this row only work in front loops –  SC in each ST till end (20 SC) TURN
Row 11: *SL ST in next ST, 2 DC and 1 TR in next ST, 3 TR in next ST, 1 TR and 2 DC in next ST, SL ST in next. Repeat from * 3 more times. SL ST all around until beginning of row 11. Fasten off.

Attach green yarn to 1st back loop of row 10 with a SC

Row 1: SC in next 19 back loops (20 SC), TURN
Row 2 – 5: CH 1, SC in same ST, SC in each ST across (20 SC), TURN
Row 6: *SL ST in next ST, 2 DC and 1 TR in next ST, 3 TR in next ST, 1 TR and 2 DC in next ST, SL ST in next. Repeat from * 3 more times. SL ST all around until beginning of row 11. Fasten off.

Eyes: Size: 4 cm in length worked with a 3.50 mm hook and double knitting/light worsted yarn

Make 2

This part is made by working in continuous rounds, so you may want to use a stitch marker to keep record of your current rnd – move your maker every time into last stitch worked to designate the end of the round.

With white yarn:

Rnd 1: CH 2. Work 6 SC in second CH from hook. Place a stitch marker in the last SC to designate the end of the rnd.
Rnd 2: Work 2 SC in each ST around (12 SC). MM
Rnd 3: SL ST in next SC, CH 1, work 1 SC in next SC, 1 HDC in next SC, 1 DC and 1 TR in next SC, 1 TR and 1 DC in next SC, 1 HDC in next SC, 1 SC in next SC and SL ST in next 6 SC.
Fasten off and leave a tail for sewing

With black yarn:

CH 4, work 1 SC and 1 HDC in 2nd CH from hook, 2 DC in next CH and 1 SC and 1 HDC in last CH.
Fasten and leave a tail for sewing

Sew black part onto white as shown in the photo

Arms: Size: 9 cm in length and 7 cm in width at widest point worked with a 3.50 mm hook and double knitting/light worsted yarn

Make 4 

With blue yarn: CH 5

Row 1: Work 1 SC in 2nd Ch from hook and 1 SC in next 3 STS (4 SC), TURN
Row 2: CH 1, work 2 SC in same ST, 1 SC in next 2 STS, 2 SC in last ST (6 SC), TURN
Row 3 – 8: CH 1, 1 SC in each ST until end (6 SC), TURN
Row 9: CH 1, work 2 SC in same ST, 1 SC in next 4 STS, 2 SC in last ST (8 SC), TURN
Row 10: CH 1, 1 SC in each ST until end (8 SC), TURN
Row 11: CH 1, work 2 SC in same ST, 1 SC in next 6 STS, 2 SC in last ST (10 SC), TURN
Row 12: CH 1, 1 SC in each ST until end (10 SC), TURN
Row 13: CH 1, work 2 SC In same ST, 1 SC in next 8 STS, 2 SC in last ST (12 SC), TURN
Row 14: CH 1, 1 SC in each ST until end (12 SC), TURN
Row 15: For this row only work in front loops – SL ST in each ST until end – continue to SL ST all around until the beginning of row 15.
Fasten off and leave a tail for sewing

With yellow or pink yarn: (make 2 pink and 2 yellow)

Row 1: Attach yarn with a SC to 1st back loop of row 14, SC across next 11 STS, TURN
Row 2: *SL ST into next ST, 2 DC and 1 TR into next ST, 1 TR and 2 DC into next ST, SL ST into next ST. Repeat from * 2 times more. Fasten off

Assembly Instructions:

  • Sew eyes in position.
  • Sew Head Feathers on top of head. It should be shaped like a little crown.
  • Sew Beak pieces together leaving the widest part open.
  • Sew beak to head just under the eyes.
  • Stuff beak lightly; Close up beak
  • Sew head onto body in position. The head should sit on top of the body
  • Sew the blue parts of arms together; Do not stuff the arms.
  • Sew arms to side of body, but leave the bottom part that it folds outwards.
  • Sew only the blue part of the tail feathers together. Do not stuff.
  • Sew bottom part of tail to body
  • With just a few stitches sew the middle part of tail to body as shown in photo
  • Weave in all ends and trim neatly.

 

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