Crocheted Buttercup (Toy Story 3)

Materials:
1. Cream, black, white, gold, blue, pink and various rainbow colors of your choice.
2. Darning needle
3. Stuffing
4. Scissors
5. Size G crochet hook
6. Size F crochet hook

Remember to stuff your doll along the way.

Body (Size G):
1. With cream color. 6sc in magic circle. (6)
2. 2sc in each st. (12)
3. (1sc in st. 2sc in st) x 6. (18)
4. (1sc in next 2st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (24)
5. (1sc in next 3st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (30)
6. (1sc in next 4st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (36)
7. (1sc in next 5st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (42)
8. (1sc in next 6st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (48)
9. (1sc in next 7st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (54)
10. (1sc in next 8st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (60)
11. (1sc in next 9st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (66)
12. (1sc in next 10st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (72)
13. 1sc in each st. For 28 rows. (72)
14. (1sc in next 10st. Sc2tog) x 6. (66)
15. (1sc in next 9st. Sc2tog) x 6. (60)
16. (1sc in next 8st. Sc2tog) x 6. (54)
17. (1sc in next 7st. Sc2tog) x 6. (48)
18. (1sc in next 6st. Sc2tog) x 6. (42)
19. (1sc in next 5st. Sc2tog) x 6. (36)
20. (1sc in next 4st. Sc2tog) x 6. (30)
21. (1sc in next 3st. Sc2tog) x 6. (24)
22. (1sc in next 2st. Sc2tog) x 6. (18)
23. (1sc in next st. Sc2tog) x 6. (12)
24. Remember to stuff the body before you close.
25. Sc2tog x 6. FO. Sew gap closed.

Legs (Size G) – Make 4
1. With cream color. Create 35 stitches per leg. If you need help watch this video on picking up stitches: Picking up stitches.
2. 1sc in each st. For 22 rows.
3. Change to gold color. 1sc in each st. For 8 rows. (35)
4. (1sc in next 5st. Sc2tog) x 5. (30)
5. Remember to stuff the legs before you close.
6. Sc2tog until gap is small enough to sew closed. FO.

Neck (Size G)
1. With cream color. Create 50 stitches where the neck should be.
2. 1sc in each st. For 2 rows. (50)
3. (1sc in next 3st. Sc2tog) x 10. (40)
4. 1sc in each st. For 8 rows. (40)
5. Stuff the neck and set aside as you work on the head.

Head (Size G)
1. With cream color. 6sc in magic circle.
2. 2sc in each st. (12)
3. (1sc in st. 2sc in st) x 6. (18)
4. (1sc in next 2st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (24)
5. (1sc in next 3st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (30)
6. (1sc in next 4st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (36)
7. (1sc in next 5st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (42)
8. (1sc in next 6st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (48)
9. 1sc in each st. For 15 rows. (48)
10. (1sc in next 7st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (54)
11. 1sc in each st. For 16 rows.
12. (1sc in next 4st. Sc2tog) x 9. (45)
13. (1sc in next st. Sc2tog) x 15. (30)
14. Stuff before you close.
15. Sc2tog until gap is small enough to sew closed.

Bottom lip (Size G)
1. With cream color. 6sc in magic circle. (6)
2. 2sc in each st. (12)
3. (1sc in st. 2sc in st) x 6. (18)
4. (1sc in next 2st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (24)
5. (1sc in next 3st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (30)
6. (1sc in next 4st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (36)
7. (1sc in next 5st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (42)
8. (1sc in next 6st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (48)
9. (1sc in next 7st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (54)
10. 1sc in next 8st. 2sc in st. 1sc in next 8st.
11. Chain 1. Turn. 1sc in next 18st.
12. Chain 1. Turn. 1sc in each st. For 2 rows. FO.
13. With pink color. 6sc in magic circle. (6)
14. 2sc in each st. (12)
15. (1sc in st. 2sc in st) x 6. (18)
16. (1sc in next 2st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (24)
17. (1sc in next 3st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (30)
18. (1sc in next 4st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (36)
19. (1sc in next 5st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (42)
20. (1sc in next 6st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (48)
21. Change to cream color. (1sc in next 7st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (54)
22. FO. Sew the two parts together. Stuff with just a little bit of stuffing before closing.
23. Sew the bottom lip to the head.

Horn (Size G)
1. With gold color. Create 16 stitches where the horn should be.
2. 1sc in each st. For 8 rows.
3. (1sc in next 2st. Sc2tog) x 4. (12)
4. 1sc in each st. For 3 rows.
5. (1sc in st. Sc2tog) x 4. (8)
6. 1sc in each st. For 2 rows. (8)
7. Sew closed. Optional: wrap metallic or shiny gold yarn around horn.

Ears (Size G) – Make 2
1. With cream color. 6sc in magic circle. (6)
2. 2sc in each st. (12)
3. 1sc in each st. For 8 rows. FO
4. With gold color. Chain 4.
5. 1sc in each chain starting in second chain from hook. (3)
6. Chain 1. Turn. 1sc in each st. For 5 rows.
7. Sc2tog until end. FO.
8. Sew gold piece on top of the cream part of the ear.
9. Sew on either side of the horn.

Hearts (Size F) – Make 2
1. With pink color. 6sc in magic circle.
2. Chain 3. 3tr, 3dc, chain 1, tr, chain 1, 3dc, 3tr, chain 3. Sl st into magic circle.
3. FO.
4. Sew onto face. Embroider a gold border around the hearts.

Eyes (Size F) – Make 2
1. With white color. 6sc in magic circle.
2. 2sc in each st. (12)
3. (1sc in st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (18)
4. (1sc in next 2st. 2sc in st.) x 6. (24)
5. FO.
6. With black color. 6sc in magic circle. FO.
7. Sew black onto white. Sew the eyes onto the head. Then embroider a white circle onto the eyes to make them look more alive.

Upper Eyelids (Size F) – Make 2
1. With gold color. Chain 2.
2. 3sc in second chain from hook. (3)
3. Chain 1. Turn. 2sc in each st. (6)
4. Chain 1. Turn. (1sc in st. 2sc in st.) x 3. (9)
5. Chain 1. Turn. (1sc in next 2st. 2sc in st.) x 3. (12)
6. FO. Sew on top of part of the eye.

Lower Eyelids (Size F) – Make 2
1. With gold color. Chain 13
2. Sew at the bottom part of the eye.

**Embroider the eyelashes. Also line the bottom of the top eyelid with brown yarn.**

Hair (Size G) – Make 15 or more
1. Chain 55.
2. 1sc in each chain starting in second chain from hook.
3. Your work should curl automatically as you start working on the first row. FO.
4. I did 5 for each color of the rainbow. You can do as many as you want and as many or as little colors as you want. Sew onto head.

Tail (Size G) – Make 9 or more
1. Chain 45.
2. 1sc in each chain starting in second chain from hook.
3. Your work should curl automatically as you start working on the first row. FO.
4. I did 3 for each color of the rainbow. You can do as many as you want and as many or as little colors as you want. Sew onto doll.

Free Patterns

I’m reorganizing my website. I want most, if not all, my posts to be crochet related. In efforts to increase views, I want to make it clear that this is a craft website and make it easier for people to find what they are looking for. Below are links to my old patterns. In this way, I am starting fresh with my posts. Please look for my new patterns in future posts. I will no longer create static pages for my patterns. I hope this has helped. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. If there is a pattern you cannot find, let me know.

Sackboy Patterns:
Deadpool
Hulk
Ash Ketchum
Seohyun from SNSD
Loki
Miki from Miki Falls
Sonic
Mario
Luigi
Link
Kratos
Ezio
L from Death Note
Original Sackboy from Little Big Planet

Angry Birds:
Red
Pig
Triplet Blue Birds
Yellow

Video Games
Companion Cube from Portal
Moogle
Kirby
Cyan Wisp
Luma
Mushrooms from Super Mario
Poison Mushrooms from Super Mario
Red Knight from Castle Crashers
Orange Knight from Castle Crashers
Baby Mario

Pokemon:
Pikachu

Anime:
Totoro
Baby Tree Spirit from My Neighbor Totoro

Star Wars:
BB8
Grogu (The Child)

Movies:
Disgust from Inside Out
Oh
Minion from Despicable Me
Merida
Loki

Chinese Zodiac:
Monkey
Dog
Rat\Mouse

Holidays:
Easter Bunny
Grinch
Gingerbread Man

Clothes:
Unicorn Hat
Dog Hat and Booties Set

Animals:
Jellyfish
Sheep

Crocheted Commission orders

Since I started YouTube channel I haven’t been accepting commissions to sell my dolls. Recently I decided to sell some of my dolls on my Etsy shop. I have reopened it for those who want to purchase dolls. Right now there are only 4 dolls on sale. I will post more later. Here is the link to my Etsy shop: PigLovesMouse.

As for commissioned orders, I will accept 3 into a waiting list. Once those 3 dolls are finished and sent, the waiting list will start over. Just use this post and comment below. The first 3 will be entered into a waiting list. I will create another post once the next waiting list starts. Pricing will be discussed once the doll request is finalized. At the moment, I will ship only to the United States. I will let you know if that changes.

Feel free to share this post to anyone you know would want a cute crocheted doll from me 🙂 Have a great day guys!

Crocheted Jellyfish

Here’s another creation of mine. I’ve been gravitating towards cutesy characters. I found this on Pinterest and I decided to make my own. I didn’t follow any of the patterns. I figured it was easy enough to wing it. Click on the image below for the pattern. Let me know what you think 🙂

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