Pluto Lovey

Pluto Lovey

Pluto Lovey

Hook size: 2.25 mm

Weight: 4

Head

Foundation Row: chain 2

Row 1: into the second chain from the hook work 6 single crochet and join with a slip stitch

Row 2: work 2 single crochets in each space around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 3: 1 single crochet In the first space 2 single crochet in the next space repeat around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 4: 1 single crochet In the first 2 spaces then put two single crochet in the next space repeat around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 5 - 7: single crochet around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 8: single crochet 2 together single crochet 1 in the next space repeat around row and join with a slip stitch

Row 9: single crochet 2 together around row and join with a slip stitch

Ears (make 2)

Chain 5 and single crochet in 2nd chain from hook and in each space along row on both sides of the chain, ending with 3 single crochet in the last chain. Leave a long tail for sewing onto the head.

Snout

Foundation Row: Chain 2

Row 1: in second chain from hook work 6 single crochet and join with a slip stitch

Row 2: single crochet twice in each space around row and join with a slip stitch

Sew on black nose

Eyes(make 2)

Chain 2 and in the second chain from hook work 6 single crochet and join with a slip stitch

Sew pupil into centre of eye

Sew ears, eyes and snout onto the head.

Stuff the head and sew or crochet closed.

Body

Row 1:Attach yarn to the bottom of the head chain 3(this counts as first double crochet) and work 2 double crochet in the same space chain 1 work 3 double crochet into the same space chain 1 and repeat 6 more times.

Row 2- 12: chain 3(this counts as first double crochet) and work 2 double crochet in the same space chain 1 in the next space work 3 double crochet Chain 1 in the corner work 3 double crochet chain 2 3 double crochet. Repeat to end of row. Join with a slip stitch.

Weave in all tails in three different directions to ensure that the ends of the project don't come loose through use.

By Pumpkin Spice







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