Jelly Bean Monsters Amigurumi Crochet Pattern


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Just use a piece of contrasting colored yarn. Fasten off and sew in ends. Make two and sew them onto the body using the tapestry needle. Then, sew the button in the middle when finished. Just a simple triangle using a SC decrease. For my tutorial on increasing and decreasing in crochet, click here. To make the nose larger, just add more chains at the beginning and more rows.

Border: work 1 SC in each space around in a contrasting color. Fasten off and leave a tail for sewing in. Alternatively, you could just work a chain of 8, and a row of 6 HDC all the way down. Then, working from that chain, CH 2 to start a new row. Fasten off and leave a tail to sew onto the owl body. Then take a couple of strands of yarn, cut about 2 inches long each, and thread them through one by one at the tip of the ears, then tie one big knot with all the pieces.

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New posts will not be retrieved. Is that right? I just finished my hat and had the same issue. Look carefully at which gaps are used for the drop stitch. Its the two on top of each other. The single gap is used for your missing dcs. I have 64n. But when you do the drop down.

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The run into each other with no space between. What am i doing wrong? When I made my third Frozen winter bun hat last year, I noticed the extreme drop stitch looks like a leaf upside down. Especially when you use […]. I absolutely love this pattern and the extreme drop stitch is gorgeous. My only problem is that every time I do it, it ends up looking like a big clump of yarn.

Any tips? I was using Red Heart Super Saver yarn. I would just like to point out, I think you did a great job with the instructions and video. She does it too fast. Wilma, Would you happen to have a pattern for the crochet hat Frozen for children?

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I have 5 grand-daughters who would love to have Santa bring them each, a Frozen hat this Christmas. I signed up right away to get more of your patterns. Thanks for all time that you have put into your site, and letting us have them for free. Thanks again, Sandy Isaacs — sisaacs fuse.

I will write down how much stitches I used and let you know! Hi Wilma! Darling hat! Would you please share th brand and color or the blue yarns you used?

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I too am experimenting with reducing the size of the hat for my grand daughters! I am on th first row of the extreme drop stitch. I am doing a band size of 64 stitches. I am doing 3 dc chain 1 and then the drop stitch and close with a chain then chain 1 and starting all over for the next stitch. No matter how many times I do this my stitch count is still Am I missing a chain 1 somewhere? Please help. I think there was a math mistake, if it needs to be divisible by 8, it would be 72 or 64 or I believe you have it right with 56 but maybe Wilma can verify. Thanks to Vanessa I got a notification.

The rows with the extreme drop stitch indeed have less stitches — the row after the extreme drop stitches it will be back to the normal amount of stitches. I will make another Frozen Winter hat soon and count the amount of stitches at the extreme drop stitch row — I think 56 will be correct!

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The pattern text is available on-screen. If you would like a PDF download, you will need to make it. I suggest PrintFriendly. After completing round 6, I only have 54 stitches and the pattern says I should have Any ideas? I really love this pattern but it has me at my wits end.

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Is there a revised pattern or something that explains this better. I have been crocheting for over 40 yrs and this one has me so stumped. Please if can help me. Hope this helps!

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If not, please let me know. Do we not count the first two rows in order to get 40? Thank you for sharing this pattern. I have made 3. I was very happy the way they turned out, and would be happy to share pics if you are interested.


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You advise to do 42 rows of ribbing. Then to SC in each one that would make 42 sc, right? I also wondered about the beginning of round 3. Should we be skipping a stitch after the ch4? No mention of this and when I get back around to the end of the repeat ch1 skip 1 I end up at the beginning chain 4 that is also a DC ch 1.

This breaks the rep. Thank you for your attention and response. Hi Joanne, thank you for your kind reply.

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So you actually make 41 rows of HDC because row 1 are chains , but by slip stitching the two ends together at the end, you only have 40 gaps left to sc in. Hope this makes it more clear! Also, in my video at the top of the page I show all the rounds of this pattern, hope this makes it more clear. Thank you Wilma! I got up at 4 AM this morning and was determined to understand this pattern. I think I got it! Very pretty pattern. When doing my blue round I have 54 stitches not 72 took it out 4 times I do the three doubles and ch then the drop stitch….

My previous white round has 72 stitches! On which round? The band is 42 with a 8 mm hook only way I could get that to work out…I am following this pattern but says blue round should be 72 stitches how? I cannot get round 6 to come out right. There are not enough stitches to end up with Thank you. Hi Alexandra, do you mean row 1 of the drop stitch part or do you mean row 6 after you made the drop stitches?


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