Chunky Ridged Beanie

 



Materials needed
Bulky (5) weight yarn – 110 yards in color of choice.
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Tweed Stripes in Prism
8mm hook
Yarn needle

Adult size fits most heads. Child size fits toddler – young child.

Special stitches used

1.      Crochet into 3rd loop of an hdc stitch: Insert hook into the horizontal loop behind the front and back loops of the stitch.

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Stitch abbreviations
MR: magic ring
St(s): stitch(es)
Sc: single crochet
Hdc: half double crochet
Inc: increase
Dec: decrease
(): repeat same stitches
FO: fasten off

Gauge: 11 sts, 8 rows = 4”

 Ch 1 at the beginning of each round does not count as a stitch. All rounds are joined with a slst to the 1st st of the round.

Adult hat
Round 1: In MR, ch 1, hdc x 9, join. (9)
Round 2: Ch 1, hdc inc x 9, join. (18)
Round 3: Ch 1, (hdc x 1, hdc inc x 1) x 9, join. (27)
Round 4: Ch 1, (hdc x 2, hdc inc x 1) x 9, join. (36)
Round 5: Ch 1, (hdc x 3, hdc inc x 1) x 9, join. (45)
Round 6: Ch 1, (hdc x 4, hdc inc x 1) x 9, join. (54)
Round 7: Ch 1, hdc x 54, join. (54)
Round 8: Ch 1, hdc x 54 in 3rd loops of round 7. (54)
Round 9-16: Repeat rounds 7 & 8. (54)
Round 17: Ch 1, hdc x 54 in 3rd loops of round 16. (54)
Round 18: Ch 1, sc x 54, join. (54)
Weave in end.

Child hat
Round 1: In MR, ch 1, hdc x 9, join. (9)
Round 2: Ch 1, hdc inc x 9, join. (18)
Round 3: Ch 1, (hdc x 1, hdc inc x 1) x 9, join (27)
Round 4: Ch 1, (hdc x 2, hdc inc x 1) x 9, join. (36)
Round 5: Ch 1, (hdc x 3, hdc inc x 1) x 9, join. (45)
Round 6-7: Ch 1, hdc x 45, join. (45)
Round 8: Ch 1, hdc x 45 in 3rd loops of round 7. (45)
Round 9-14: Repeat rounds 7 & 8. (45)
Round 15: Ch 1, hdc x 45 in 3rd loops of round 16. (45)
Round 16: Ch 1, sc x 45, join. (45)
Weave in end.

Tassels (optional)
Round 1: Start with a long tail - In MR, ch 15, starting in 2nd ch from hook, [sc x 3] x 14, slst to MR. Repeat for a total of 5 tassels.
Insert yarn ends into top of hat and tie a knot. Snip the ends inside the hat.



You're done!

I hope you have enjoyed making your beanie as much as I enjoyed designing it. Please feel free to contact me if you need any assistance with this pattern.

The photographs and pattern contained in this document are property of

© Jessica Doering & © Neogurumi.

No unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this pattern or content, in whole or in part, is permitted.

You are free to sell any finished items made with this pattern, but please give credit when doing so. A link back to the pattern page is appreciated.

Any additional questions regarding the use of the pattern publication please send an email to neogurumi@gmail.com

Copyright 2020, Jessica Doering, Neogurumi


Wreath Ornament

 


Materials needed
WW yarn – 30 yards green, scrap amount of red.
Suggested yarn: Caron simply soft in green sparkle and red sparkle
1.75mm hook
Yarn needle

Size: 2” when made with the suggested thread and hook size.

Links
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Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/neogurumipatterns/
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Email: neogurumi@gmail.com

Stitch abbreviations
MR: magic ring
Ch: chain
St(s): stitch(es)
Sc: single crochet
Inc: increase
Dec: decrease
(): repeat same stitches
[] sts in same st
FO: fasten off

Wreath
Make 1 – in green.
Round 1: Ch x 20, join with a slst to form a circle. (20)
Round 2-4: Sc x 20. (20)
Round 5: (Sc x 3, sc dec x 1) x 4. (16)
Round 6-7: Sc x 16. (16)
Round 8: (Sc x 3, sc inc x 1) x 4. (20)
Round 9-11: Sc x 20. (20)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Flip the piece so the wrong side is facing out. Wrap some yarn loosely around the center and then flip the ends in so they are touching and sew them together to create the wreath shape.


Bow
Make 1 – in red.
Row 1: Ch x 30. (30)
FO & trim ends. Sew to the wreath in desired position.

Make a loop for your ornament by threading a small piece of red yarn through the top of the wreath.

You're done!

I hope you have enjoyed making your ornament as much as I enjoyed designing it. Please feel free to contact me if you need any assistance with this pattern.

The photographs and pattern contained in this document are property of

© Jessica Doering & © Neogurumi.

No unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this pattern or content, in whole or in part, is permitted.

You are free to sell any finished items made with this pattern, but please give credit when doing so. A link back to the pattern page is appreciated.

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Copyright 2019, Jessica Doering, Neogurumi


Mini Monster

 


Materials needed
WW yarn – 60 teal, 10 yards charcoal, scrap amount of black and white.
Suggested yarn: Loops and Threads Impeccable in Teal, Dark Charcoal, Black and White.
3.5mm (E) hook
Poly-fil
Yarn needle

Size: 5.5” long from tip of horn to bottom of feet when made with the suggested yarn and hook size. Body is roughly 2” in size.

Links
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Stitch abbreviations
MR: magic ring
Ch: chain
St(s): stitch(es)
Sc: single crochet
Inc: increase
Dec: decrease
BLO: back loop only
FLO: front loop only
(): repeat same stitches
[] sts in same st
FO: fasten off

Body (in teal)
Stuff as you go.
Round 1: In MR, sc x 6. (6)
Round 2: Sc inc x 6. (12)
Round 3: (Sc x 1, sc inc x 1) x 6. (18)
Round 4: (Sc x 2, sc inc x 1) x 6. (24)
Round 5: (Sc x 3, sc inc x 1) x 6. (30)
Round 6-11: Sc x 30. (30)
Round 12: (Sc x 3, sc dec x 1) x 6. (24)
Round 13: (Sc x 2, sc dec x 1) x 6. (18)
Round 14: (Sc x 1, sc dec x 1) x 6. (12)
Round 15: Sc dec x 6. (6)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Whip stitch FLO and pull tight to close. Weave in end.

Arms (Make 2 – in teal)
Round 1: In MR, sc x 5. (5)
Round 2: Sc inc x 5. (10)
Round 3: Sc x 10. (10)
Round 4: (Sc x 1, sc dec x 2) x 2. (6)
Round 5-12: Sc x 6. (6)
Round 13: Stuff the arm about ½ of the length, leaving the top unstuffed, then sc x 3 across both sides to close.
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew to the sides of the body at round 6.

Legs (Make 2 – in teal)
Round 1: In MR, sc x 6. (6)
Round 2: Sc inc x 6. (12)
Round 3: Sc x 12. (12)
Round 4: Sc x 2, sc dec x 4, sc x 2. (8)
Round 5-10: Sc x 8. (8) Sc x 3 or until you reach the side of the leg.
Round 11: Stuff this section of the leg about ½ of the length, leaving the top unstuffed, then sc x 4 across both sides to close.
Round 12: Working in a circle around the front and back loops of the 4 sc, ch 1, turn, sc x 8. (8)
Work in the round.
Round 13-18: Sc x 8. (8) Sc x 2 or until you reach the side of the leg.
Round 19: Stuff the 2nd section of the leg lightly, then sc x 4 across both sides to close.
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew to the bottom of the body, right across the center magic ring.

Eye (Make 1 – starting in black, then changing to white)
Round 1: In MR, sc x 6, slst join to 1st sc. (6) Change to white.
Round 2: In BLO, slst loosely x 6, slst join to 1st slst. (6)
Round 3: In BLO, sc inc x 6, slst join to 1st sc. (12)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew to the body at rounds 5-10.

Eyelid (Make 1 – in teal)
Row 1: Ch 7, starting in 2nd ch from hook, sc x 1, hdc x 1, dc x 2, hdc x 1, sc x 1. (6)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew over the top of the eye.

Horns (Make 2 in charcoal)
Round 1: In MR, sc x 4. (4)
Round 2: (Sc x 1, sc inc x 1) x 2. (6)
Round 3: Sc x 6. (6)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew to the top of the body. You can add some stuffing if you wish, but they are so small but its not necessary to stuff much if at all.

Tail (Make 1 – in charcoal)
Start with a long tail for sewing.
Row 1: Ch 7, in 2nd ch from hook, sc x 1, ch 1, turn. (1 sc, 5 chs leftover)
Row 2: [Sc x 3] in sc, ch 1, turn. (3)
Row 3: Sc inc x 1, sc x 1, sc inc x 1, ch 1, turn. (5)
Row 4: Sc dec x 1, sc x 1, sc dec x 1, ch 1, turn. (3)
Row 5: 3 sc dec x 1. (1)
FO and weave in end. Using starting tail, sew to the back of the body.

You're done!

I hope you have enjoyed making your monster as much as I enjoyed designing him. Please feel free to contact me if you need any assistance with this pattern.

The photographs and pattern contained in this document are property of

© Jessica Doering & © Neogurumi.

No unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this pattern or content, in whole or in part, is permitted.

You are free to sell any finished items made with this pattern, but please give credit when doing so. A link back to the pattern page is appreciated.

Any additional questions regarding the use of the pattern publication please send an email to neogurumi@gmail.com

Copyright 2020, Jessica Doering, Neogurumi


Whale Ornament

 

Materials needed
DK yarn – 60 yards gray, 30 yards red, 10 yards white.
Suggested yarn: Paintbox cotton dk.
2.5mm hook
6mm safety eyes
Poly-fil
Yarn needle 

Size: 2” x 3” when made with the suggested yarn and hook size.

You can also use WW yarn for a larger ornament!

Links
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Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/neogurumi
Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/neogurumipatterns/
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/neogurumi
Email: neogurumi@gmail.com

Stitch abbreviations
MR: magic ring
Ch: chain
St(s): stitch(es)
Sc: single crochet
Inc: increase
Dec: decrease
BLO: back loop only
FLO: front loop only
(): repeat same stitches
[] sts in same st
FO: fasten off

Body (in gray)
Stuff as you go.
Round 1: In MR, sc x 6. (6)
Round 2: Sc inc x 6. (12)
Round 3: (Sc x 1, sc inc) x 6. (18)
Round 4: (Sc x 2, sc inc) x 6. (24)
Round 5-7: Sc x 24. (24)
Round 8: Sc x 5, (sc dec, sc x 2) x 3, sc dec x 1, sc x 5. (20)
Round 9-10: Sc x 20. (20)
Round 11: Sc x 3, (sc dec, sc x 2) x 3, sc dec x 1, sc x 3. (16)
Insert safety eyes between rounds 7 & 8, 9 sts apart. The 1st eye will be placed after the 1st dec of round 8, the 2nd eye will be placed before the last dec of round 8.
Round 12: Sc x 16. (16)
Round 13: (Sc x 2, sc dec) x 4. (12)
Round 14: Sc x 12. (12)
Round 15: Sc x 1, sc dec x 1, (sc x 2, sc dec) x 2, sc x 1. (9)
Round 16: Sc dec x 1, sc x 2, sc inc x 1, sc x 2, sc dec x 1. (8)
Round 17: Sc dec x 4. (4)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Whip stitch FLO and pull tight to close. Weave in end.

Front fins (Make 2 – in gray)
DO NOT STUFF
Round 1: In MR, sc x 7. (7)
Round 2: Sc inc x 7. (14)
Round 3: Fold in half and sc x 7 across both sides to close.
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew to the body between rounds 9 & 10, one round under the eyes.

Rear fins (Make 2 – in gray)
Round 1: In MR, sc x 4. (4)
Round 2: (Sc x 1, sc inc) x 2. (6)
Round 3: (Sc x 2, sc inc) x 3. (9)
Round 4: (Sc x 3, sc inc) x 3. (12)
Round 5: Sc x 12. (12)
Add a small amount of stuffing to the fins.
Round 6: (Sc x 1, sc dec) x 4. (8)
Round 7: Sc dec x 4. (4)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew to the back of the body. Position the fins so they tilt up slightly.

Hat (Make 1 – in red)
Round 1: In MR, sc x 4. (4)
Round 2: (Sc x 1, sc inc) x 2. (6)
Round 3-4: Sc x 6. (6)
Round 5: (Sc x 2, sc inc) x 2. (8)
Round 6: Sc x 8. (8)
Round 7: (Sc x 3, sc inc) x 2. (10)
Round 8: Sc x 10. (10)
Round 9: (Sc x 4, sc inc) x 2. (12)
Round 10: (Sc x 1, sc inc) x 6. (18)
Round 11: (Sc x 2, sc inc) x 6. (24)
Round 12-14: Sc x 24. (24) Change color to white.
Round 15-16: Sc x 24. (24)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew to the whale’s head. Fold down the top of the hat, and sew into position of your choosing.

Ball for hat (Make 1 – in white)
Round 1: In MR, sc x 5. (5)
Round 2: Sc inc x 5. (10)
Round 3: Sc x 10. (10)
Round 4: Sc dec x 5. (5)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew to the top of the hat. I didn’t stuff the ball because it’s so small, but stuff if needed.

Cut a length of yarn, thread through the top and tie to hang the ornament.

You're done!

I hope you have enjoyed making your ornament as much as I enjoyed designing it. Please feel free to contact me if you need any assistance with this pattern.

The photographs and pattern contained in this document are property of

© Jessica Doering & © Neogurumi.

No unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this pattern or content, in whole or in part, is permitted.

You are free to sell any finished items made with this pattern, but please give credit when doing so. A link back to the pattern page is appreciated.

Any additional questions regarding the use of the pattern publication please send an email to neogurumi@gmail.com

Copyright 2020, Jessica Doering, Neogurumi


Danny the Dino

 

Materials needed
DK weight yarn – 100 yards turquoise or color of choice.
Suggested yarn: Cascade Yarns Sarasota in Turquoise.
2.75mm hook
6mm safety eyes
Poly-fil
Yarn needle

Size: 5” tall when made with the suggested yarn and hook size.

Links
Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/designers/neogurumi
Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/neogurumi
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/neogurumi
Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/neogurumipatterns/
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/neogurumi
Email: neogurumi@gmail.com

Stitch abbreviations
MR: magic ring
Ch: chain
St(s): stitch(es)
Sc: single crochet
Inc: increase
Dec: decrease
BLO: crochet in black loop only
(): repeat same stitches
[] sts in same st
FO: fasten off

Head/Body – Make 1
STUFF FIRMLY AS YOU GO.
Round 1: In MR, sc x 6. (6)
Round 2: Sc inc x 6. (12)
Round 3: (Sc x 1, sc inc x 1) x 6. (18)
Round 4: (Sc x 2, sc inc x 1) x 6. (24)
Round 5-6: Sc x 24. (24)
Round 7: Sc x 10, sc inc x 4, sc x 10. (28)
Round 8-9: Sc x 28. (28)
Insert safety eyes between rounds 6-7, 4 sts between the eyes on round 6.
Round 10: Sc x 8, sc dec x 6, sc x 8. (22)
Round 11: Sc x 5, sc dec x 6, sc x 5. (16)
Round 12: Sc x 4, sc dec x 4, sc x 4. (12)
Round 13-22: Sc x 12. (12)
Round 23: Sc inc x 4, sc x 8. (16)
Round 24: Sc x 8, (Sc x 1, sc inc x 1) x 4. (20)
Round 25: (Sc x 1, sc inc x 1) x 4, sc x 12. (24)
Round 26: (Sc x 2, sc inc x 1) x 4, sc x 12. (28)
Round 27: (Sc x 3, sc inc x 1) x 4, sc x 12. (32)
Round 28: Sc x 10, ch 6, starting in 2nd ch from hook, sc x 5 down one side of chain, sc x 22. (37)
Round 29: Work around body and both sides of ch - Sc x 14, sc inc x 2, sc x 26. (44)
Round 30: Sc x 10, hdc x 4, sc x 4, hdc x 4, sc x 22. (44)
Round 31: Sc x 10, hdc x 12, sc x 22. (44)
Round 32-33: Sc x 44. (44)
Round 34: Sc x 1, sc dec x 1, sc x 27, (sc dec x 1, sc x 1) x 4, sc dec x 1. (38)
Round 35: Sc x 29, (Sc x 1, sc dec x 1) x 3. (35)
Round 36: Sc x 1, sc dec x 1, (Sc x 6, sc dec x 1) x 4. (30)
Round 37: (Sc x 3, sc dec x 1) x 6. (24)
Round 38: (Sc x 2, sc dec x 1) x 6. (18)
Round 39: (Sc x 1, sc dec x 1) x 6. (12)
Finish stuffing the body – stuff firmly.
Round 40: Sc dec x 6. (6)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Use the tail to close the bottom of the body, then weave in end.

Legs – Make 4
Round 1: In MR, sc x 6. (6)
Round 2: Sc inc x 6. (12)
Round 3: In BLO, sc x 12. (12)
Round 4-6: Sc x 12. (12)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Stuff the 4 legs and sew to the bottom of the body.

Tail – Make 1
Round 1: In MR, sc x 4. (4)
Round 2: (Sc x 1, sc inc x 1) x 2. (6)
Round 3: Sc x 6. (6)
Round 4: (Sc x 2, sc inc x 1) x 2. (8)
Round 5: (Sc x 3, sc inc x 1) x 2. (10)
Round 6: (Sc x 4, sc inc x 1) x 2. (12)
Round 7: Sc x 12. (12)
Round 8: (Sc x 3, sc inc x 1) x 3. (15)
Round 9-10: Sc x 15. (15)
Round 11: (Sc x 4, sc inc x 1) x 3. (18)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Stuff the tail and sew to the back of the body.

Muzzle – Make 1
Round 1: In MR, sc x 6. (6)
Round 2: Sc inc x 6. (12)
Round 3: Sc x 12. (12)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Add a little stuffing to the muzzle and sew to the face below the eyes.

You're done!

I hope you have enjoyed making your dinosaur as much as I enjoyed designing it. Please feel free to contact me if you need any assistance with this pattern.

The photographs and pattern contained in this document are property of

© Jessica Doering & © Neogurumi.

No unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this pattern or content, in whole or in part, is permitted.

You are free to sell any finished items made with this pattern, but please give credit when doing so. A link back to the pattern page is appreciated.

Any additional questions regarding the use of the pattern publication please send an email to neogurumi@gmail.com

Copyright 2021, Jessica Doering, Neogurumi