Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Snubbull Pattern


Here's another Pokemon pattern, this time for a Generation 2 Pokemon, Snubbull!
With the new Pokemon Go update, I've been seeing a lot of Snubbulls in my neighborhood and decided to make a pattern for one. It took a few tries, but I'm happy with this one. Please let me know if I made any typos or mistakes - I have no proofreaders!


Snubbull Pokemon Crochet / Amigurumi Pattern

This pattern is written, created, published, and illustrated by 
The Craftzilla. Please do not sell, copy or redistribute this pattern or any parts therein (share the blog page link instead!) You may sell final creations, but please do not claim the pattern as your own. Thank you!

Materials needed Size F 3.75 hook
Scissors
Yarn needle
6 mm safety eyes
Black felt (scraps)
White felt (scraps)
Light blue yarn
Black yarn
Pink yarn
Tan yarn

Stitches
**Cathedral stitch = sc, dc, ch2, sc in second chain from hook, dc, sc (all in the same stitch)**
mc = magic circle
inc = two stitches in the same stitch of previous round/row
dec = one stitch over two stitches of previous round/row
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
sl st = slip stitch
bl only = crochet in back loops only
fl only = crochet in front loops only
( ) = number of stitches in round


--Pattern Begin--
Snubbull Head/Body
In Pink yarn
Work in spiral/continuous rounds (no joining)
Round 1: Place 6 sc in mc (6)
R2: Inc in every sc (12)
R3: Inc in every other sc (18)
R4: *Inc, sc, sc,* six times (24)
R5-9: Sc around (24)
Place eyes between rounds 6-7 about 5 sc apart.
Begin stuffing
R10: *Dec, sc, sc,* six times (18)
R11: *Dec, sc* six times (12)
R12: Dec every sc (6)
Continue on, we are now making the body segment
R13: In back loops only, inc in every sc (12)
R14: Inc in every other sc (18)
R15: Sc around (18)
R16: *Inc, sc, sc,* six times (24)
R17-19: Sc around (24)

R20: In back loops only, dec, sc, sc
R21: Dec, sc
R22: Dec six times.
Weave yarn through remaining stitches, pull tight, and fasten off.


Lower Body Ruffle
In pink yarn
Go back to round 20 and do the next round in those front loops you left empty.

R1: Sl st into the round, and cathedral stitch around.
Cathedral stitch means: All in one stitch: sc, dc, ch 2, sc into 2nd chain from the hook, dc and sc. One cathedral stitch done. Skip a sc, sc in next, skip a sc, cathedral stitch. Repeat around. Fasten off and weave in end.

Ears
In black and pink yarn
Starting in black yarn
In spiral, no joining
Round 1: Chain 6
R2: Sc in second ch from hook, then around both sides of chain (10)
R3: Sc around (10)
Switch to Pink
R4: Sc around (10)
R5: dec, sc 8 (9)
R6: dec, sc 7 (8)
R7: dec, sc 6 (7)
R8: dec, sc 5 (6)

Fasten off, leaving a tail of yarn for sewing. Layer them on top of each other so that the back ear is a little up higher. Sew the two ears together, then sew to the head.

Cheeks/Chin
Make 3
In Pink
In spiral, no joining
Round 1: 6 sc in mc (6)
R2: inc every sc (12)
R3: Sc around (12)
Fasten off leaving a tail for sewing. Sew onto the head.

Feet 
Make 2
In Pink
In spiral, no joining
Round 1: 6 in mc (6)
Switch to tan
R2: inc in tan (12)
R3: dc, dc, dc, sc rest (12)
R4: Dec dc, dec dc, dec sc rest (6)
Sew onto the bottom of the body.
Arms
In Pink
In a spiral, no joining
Round 1: 4 in mc (4)
R2: inc, sc, inc, sc (6)
R3: sc around (6)
R4: 5 sc, inc (7)
R5: inc, 6 sc (8)
Sew through both sides of arm opening to close them and attach to Snubbull just below his neck/collar.

Dots

In light blue
In a round, join at the end.
Round 1: 6 sc in mc. Join to first sc. (6)
Fasten off, sew two to the front and two to the back of Snubbull's lower body.
Collar
In light blue
Round 1: Chain 13, turn
R2: Cathedral stitch in second ch from the hook. Sc, cathedral stitch (no skipping chains in this one!)
Fasten off and sew onto the body just under the head.


Face
With black and white felt, cut out tiny triangles. Glue the nose right in the middle between the eyes. Then glue the teeth on either side of the chin, still between the eyes.


Enjoy your Snubbull! I hope that their grumpy face can bring a smile to yours. 

Find me on 
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The Craftzilla


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