Thursday, May 9, 2019

Mama Fratelli Keychain ****FREE Crochet pattern****


Mama Fratelli
Kids suck. 


A bad guy I happen to love! I promised more Goonies inspired patterns...


Available in a convenient ad free pdf here


If you need help along the way contact me help@mommymadecrochet.com


Materials

  • Ww yarn in peach (I used I love this Yarn) Brown and black (I used Red Heart Super Saver)
  • Materials to embroider mouth 
  • Keyring
  • 9mm safety eyes or embroider
  • Fiberfill
  • F hook
  • Scissors
  • Needle (to weave in ends/create features)


Abbreviations

  • Ch: chain
  • Mr- magic ring
  • Sl st: slip stitch
  • Sc: single crochet
  • Sc2tog: single crochet 2 sts together; decrease
  • Hdc- half double crochet
  • Dc- double crochet
  • 5dc bobble- *yo, insert hook, pull up loop, yo pull through 2 loops* x5, yo pull through all loops on hook 
  • Blo- back loop only
  • F.o. : finish off


Notes

All terms American.   If pattern reads "sc, sc2tog, 2sc" it would be read as, " single crochet, single crochet 2 stitches together, 2 single crochet in the next stitch", directions are to be repeated to end of row/round unless otherwise noted.  As with any pattern, be sure to read through once before beginning, and don't forget to mark your rounds! (I use a bit of contrasting yarn) This is an original design by me, Anna Wilson 2019.



You may do whatever you like with your completed Mama Fratelli, you can spring your kid from the Astoria Jail, chase some Goonies to try and steal their pirate treasure or even give them as a gift!  I only ask that you please not claim this pattern as your own, I worked hard to design my Mama Fratelli :)


Begin with peach

1- mr 6 (6)

2- 2sc (12)

3- sc, 2sc (18)

4- sc2, 2sc (24)

5- sc3, 2sc (30)

6- sc4, 2sc (36)

7-12 - sc (36)

13- sc17, 5dc bobble, sc18 (36)

14-18 - sc (36)

19- sc4, sc2tog (30) place eyes 2 ends above nose 5sts apart

20- sc3, sc2tog (24)

21- sc2, sc2tog (18) stuff 

22- sc, sc2tog (12)

23- sc2tog (6). f.o. weave in ends


Beret/Hair begin with black

1- ch7, slide keyring up, over keyring into 2nd ch from hook- sl st, sl st4, 6sc in final chain (6)

2/3- 2sc (12/24)

4- sc, 2sc (36)

5- sc8, 2sc (40)

6-8 - sc (40)

9- sc8, sc2tog (36)

10- sc10, sc2tog, sc24 (35) change to brown 

11- BLO (when working in hat)- ch14, begin in 3rd ch from hook- 2dc x4, sc7, sl st 2 turn

12- working in hair- sc7, ch6, begin in 3rd ch from hook- 2dc x4, sc7, sl st 2 in BLO beret turn

Repeat row 12 until you have 12 curls, end with BLO sl st in beret. F.o. leaving a long tail for attaching hair to head. 


Finishing

Embroider face as desired. I use a bit of peach yarn to create a lower lip to really punctuate the frown lol I give her the angry looking eyebrows with a couple stitches of brown.  The hair/hat should be pinned before sewing to be sure it stays in place. Squish beret down to Mama’s right and add a couple sts with black to keep it’s shape, be sure you attach the area near keyring well.


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Thursday, April 11, 2019

Sun ****FREE crochet pattern****

Sun
Cute little amigurumi to brighten your day 

If you need help along the way message me help@mommymadecrochet.com

Sun pattern is available ad free in a convenient PDF format here


Materials

  • Ww yarn in colors you desire (I used Red Heart Super Saver)
  • Materials to embroider mouth
  • 9mm safety eyes or embroider
  • Fiberfill
  • F hook
  • Scissors
  • Needle (to weave in ends/create features)


Abbreviations

  • Ch: chain
  • Mr- magic ring
  • Sl st: slip stitch
  • BLO- back loop only
  • FLO- front loop only
  • Sc: single crochet
  • Sc2tog: single crochet 2 sts together; decrease
  • Hdc- half double crochet
  • Dc- double crochet
  • F.o. : finish off


Notes

All terms American.   If pattern reads "sc, sc2tog, 2sc" it would be read as, " single crochet, single crochet 2 stitches together, 2 single crochet in the next stitch", directions are to be repeated to end of row/round unless otherwise noted.  As with any pattern, be sure to read through once before beginning, and don't forget to mark your rounds! (I use a bit of contrasting yarn) This is an original design by me, Anna Wilson 2019.



You may do whatever you like with your completed Sun, you can brighten someones day, make as a cute toy for pet or child,  sell them, or even give them as a gift!  I only ask that you please not claim this pattern as your own, I worked hard to design my Sun :)


Begin with main color

1- mr 6 (6)

2- 2sc (12)

3- sc, 2sc (18)

4- sc2, 2sc (24)

5- sc3, 2sc (30)

6- sc4, 2sc (36)

7- sc5, 2sc (42)

8- sc6, 2sc (48)

9- sc (48) change to ray color, do not cut main color, we will pick back up

10- FLO- *sl st, ch4- begin in 2nd ch from hook- sl st, sc, hdc, sk 1 st, sl st3, ch5- begin in 2nd ch from hook- sl st, sc, hdc, dc, sk 2 sts, sl 2*  when the final ray is completed pick up main color again and f.o. ray color. 

11- in unworked BLO- sc6, sc2tog (42)

12- sc5, sc2tog (36)

13- sc4, sc2tog (30)

14- sc3, sc2tog (24)

15- sc2, sc2tog (18) stuff!! If adding safety eyes you should add now.

16- sc, sc2tog (12)

17- sc2tog (6) f.o., close opening and weave in ends.

Finishing

Embroider face as desired. You could add a little pink for cheeks if wanted.


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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Sloth of Goonies keychain ***free crochet pattern***

This has been a pretty rough year with Lupus but I am so excited to announce that we have plans to visit Astoria, Oregon this summer for Goonies Days! (June 7-10, 2019)

Goonies is one of our family all time favorite movies...maybe your family favorite too?

I wanted to make a little something to commemorate this awesome trip and I settled on a keychain of Sloth ♡

I felted his mouth but you could easily embroider as well.

You can purchase an ad free PDf Sloth Pattern
Hey you guys!



Materials

Ww yarn in light peach (I used I Love This Yarn) and warm brown  (I used Red Heart Super Saver)

Materials to felt or embroider mouth

9mm safety eyes

Fiberfill

Keyring or lanyard hook/zipper pull

F hook

Scissors

Needle (to weave in ends and create features


Abbreviations

Ch: chain

Mr- magic ring

Sl st: slip stitch

Sc: single crochet

Sc2tog: single crochet 2 sts together; decrease

Hdc- half double crochet

Dc- double crochet

5dc bobble- yo, insert hook pull up a loop, yo draw through 2 loops x5, yo draw through remaining loops on hook to complete st

Tr- treble crochet

F.o. : finish off


Notes

All terms American.   If pattern reads "sc, sc2tog, 2sc" it would be read as, " single crochet, single crochet 2 stitches together, 2 single crochet in the next stitch", directions are to be repeated to end of row/round unless otherwise noted.  As with any pattern, be sure to read through once before beginning, and don't forget to mark your rounds! (I use a bit of contrasting yarn) This is an original design by me, Anna Wilson 2019.



You may do whatever you like with your completed Sloth keyring, you can attach to a zipper, befriend a group of Goonies,  or even give them as a gift!  I only ask that you please not claim this pattern as your own, I worked hard to design my Sloth  Keychain :)


Begin with warm brown

1- ch7, slide keyring up chain to hook, over keyring-sl st, sl st. In next 4 chs, sc6 in last ch1, change to peach. (6)

2- sc, 2sc (9)

3-sc2, 2sc (12)

4- sc, 2sc (18)

5- sc (18)

6- sc2, 2sc (24)

7- sc (24)

8- sc3, 2sc (30)

9-10 - sc (30)

11- sc4, 2sc (36)

12- sc17, 5dc bobble, sc18 (36)

13-18 - sc (36)

19- sc4, sc2tog (30)

20- sc3, sc2tog (24) place eyes, I put right eye abt rnd 9 and left eye about rnd 12

21- sc2, sc2tog (18)

22- sc, sc2tog (12) finish stuffing

23- sc2tog (6) f.o. close opening and weave in end.


Brow with peach

1- Mr 4sc (4)

2-10 - sc (4) f.o. leaving a long end to attach brow to head. DO not stuff, close opening.


Left ear with peach

1- Mr, sc3, hdc dc, hdc f.o. close ring. Leave ends for attaching to head


Right ear with peach

1- Mr, ch2, tr2, dc2, hdc2, sc2 f.o. close ring. Leave ends for attaching to head.



Finishing

Attach brow at an angle hanging a bit over the eyes. Attach the left ear in line with left eye, and right with right eye. See picture for placement. Weave in ends after attaching.

Felt or embroider mouth to your liking.

Hair- cut some strands of warm brown yarn approx 5" long to attach to head for hair along the hair line created in 1st end of head. Add as little or as much as you like to get the look you want.



Monday, November 26, 2018

Jack Skellington Rattle ***free crochet pattern


It's been a while since I've posted a new pattern and I figured a Jack Skellington Rattle is quick little pattern and fun to make!



Rattle inserts


Materials

Yarn size 4 white & black (I used Red Heart Super Saver)

Needle for weaving ends and making face

Fiberfill

Rattle insert (mine are 22mm)


Abbreviations

mr - magic ring

ch - chain

sc - single crochet

sc2tog - single crochet 2 sts together, decrease

BLO - back loop only


All terms American. If pattern reads “sc, sc2tog, 2sc” it would be read as, “ single crochet, single crochet 2 stitches together, 2 single crochet in the next stitch”, directions are to be repeated to end of row/round unless otherwise noted. As with any pattern, be sure to read through once before beginning, and don’t forget to mark your rounds! (I use a bit of contrasting yarn) This is an original pattern by me, Anna Wilson 2018.

You may do whatever you want with your completed Jack Skellington Rattle, play with it, start a cool band with rattles, or sell/gift them. I only ask that you not claim this pattern as your own, I worked hard to design my Jack Skellington Rattle.


Start at head with white

1- MR 6sc (6) join ch1

2- 2sc (12) join ch1

3- sc, 2sc (18) join ch1

4- sc2, 2sc (24) join ch1

5-8 - sc (24) join ch1

9- sc2, sc2tog (18) join ch1

10- sc, sc2tog (12) change to black, join ch1

11-12 - sc (12) change to white at end of rnd 12, join ch1

13-14 - sc (12) change to black at end of rnd 14, join ch 1

15-16 - sc (12). change to white at end of rnd 16, join ch1 begin stuffing,  if using rattle insert place now

17-18 - sc (12) change to black at end of rnd 18, join ch1

19-20 - sc (12) change to white at end of rnd 20, join ch1

21-22 - sc (12) change to black at end of rnd 22, join ch1

23-24 - sc (12) join, ch1finish stuffing

25- BLO sc2tog (6) f.o. close opening, weave in ends.


EYES x2
with black

Mr sc4, f.o. join and attach to head.  I like to leave a long end on one eye to create mouth and nostrils with.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Super Bulky Pussy Hat ***free CROCHET pattern


My marmie is planning for the 2 of us to go Washington D.C. this January and requested a new Pussy Hat - with super bulky yarn to be used.  Very easy and quick to work up.






Materials


P hook (11.5mm)

Size 6 super bulky yarn in color choice ( I used Lion Brand Hometown USA in Honolulu Pink- 1 skein)

Scissors

Needle for  closing top of hat and weaving in ends


Abbreviations 

Ch- chain

Sl st- slip stitch

Sc - single crochet

Blo - back loop only

F.o. - finish off





All terms American. If pattern reads “sc, sc2tog, 2sc” it would be read as, “ single crochet, single crochet 2 stitches together, 2 single crochet in the next stitch”, directions are to be repeated to end of row/round unless otherwise noted. As with any pattern, be sure to read through once before beginning, and don’t forget to mark your rounds! (I use a bit of contrasting yarn) This is an original pattern by me, Anna Wilson 2018.

You may do whatever you want with your completed Super Bulky Pussy Hat, protest in it, change the colors, add a nose, look adorbs or sell/gift them. I only ask that you not claim this pattern as your own, I worked hard to design my Super Bulky Pussy Hat.



Begin

Ch21

1- begin in 2nd ch from hook- sc 20 (20) ch1 turn

2-34- blo sc (20) ch1 turn

If 34 rows is too long or too short to go around your head reduce or increase row amts; be sure to end on EVEN row. Ch1 at end of last row.

Finishing

Align 1st and last rows, sl st through both to top of hat. Ch1, leave a long tail to close the top of the hat.  Sew top closed weave in ends.

Sunday, May 6, 2018

Convertible Travel Pillow Blanket. ***free crochet pattern***

It's almost time for my sojourn to the west coast and I wanted to create a little comfort for my trip.  

A v stitch chevron blanket in a size 3 yarn that converts into a pillow, or a pillow that converts into a blanket....either way I’m happy with the results.

You can purchase a pdf of this pattern for $1.50 here.







Materials


H & I hook

Size 3 yarn, I used 3 cakes of Lion Brand Mandala in Siren

Size 3 fuzzy yarn, I suggest Yarn Bee Cloud 9 (Hobby Lobby)

Scissors

Needle for  attaching pillow case and weaving in ends


Abbreviations 

Ch- chain

Sl st- slip stitch

Sk - skip

Sc - single crochet

Hdc - half double crochet

Dc - double crochet

Dc2tog - double crochet 2 sts together, decrease

V st - v stitch, dc ch1 dc in same space

F.o. - finish off





All terms American. If pattern reads “sc, sc2tog, 2sc” it would be read as, “ single crochet, single crochet 2 stitches together, 2 single crochet in the next stitch”, directions are to be repeated to end of row/round unless otherwise noted. As with any pattern, be sure to read through once before beginning, and don’t forget to mark your rounds! (I use a bit of contrasting yarn) This is an original pattern by me, Anna Wilson 2018.

You may do whatever you want with your completed Convertible Travel Pillow Blanket, take a cross country train ride, take a flight to visit family and cuddle comfortably or sell/gift them. I only ask that you not claim this pattern as your own, I worked hard to design my Convertible Travel Pillow Blanket.




Begin Blanket with H hook
Beginning ch multiple of 26 + 4 (I made 316 ch)

1- dc in 4th ch from hook,+sk 2 ch *v st, sk 2 ch,* x2, v st, ch1, v st in next ch, work * to * x3, dc2tog in 3rd and 5th ch +. Repeat from + to + across. Ch2 turn

2- work 1 dc in ch1 of next v st. *v st in ch1 space of next 3 v st, v st ch1 v st in next ch1 sp of v st, work 1 v st in next 3 v st, dc2tog over next 2 v st * repeat across. Finish with dc2tog over last v st and last dc. Ch 2 turn


3-? Repeat row 2 until your piece is desired size. My blanket is approx 41x40” ish. You should have a little of the Mandala left over. F.o. Weave in ends.



Pillow Case I hook with Yarn Bee Cloud 9

Fold blanket in half so chevrons meet. Fold one more time the same direction. Fold in half x2. This is the size of your pillow. You can adjust the case size as you work ensuring you get the best fit.
I began with a ch 31 you can adjust hook size or increase/decrease ch as desired

1- begin in 2nd ch, sc29, 3sc, turn to work along opposite side of ch, sc29, 2sc (64) join ch 1 turn

2- 2hdc x2, hdc29, 2hdc x3, hdc29, 2hdc (70) join, ch1 do NOT turn

3-? - hdc (70) join ch1 

When you reach desired length join, do NOT finish off.

Next row-  Flatten pillow case, sl st to approx 2” from side, ch1 turn, hdc to approx 2” from other side. Ch1 turn

Next row- hdc across ch 1 turn repeat this row until you have approx 3” of flap. Ch1 turn

Next row- sk 1st st, hdc approx 1.5”, ch1, sk1 st, hdc to approx 1.5” from end, ch1, sk 1 st, hdc to last 2 sts, sk 1 st, hdc in last. Ch 1 turn (button holes made)

Last row- sk 1st st, hdc to last 2 sts, sk 1 st, hdc. F.o. Weave in ends.

Attaching to blanket


Fold blanket in half so chevrons meet. Fold one more time in the same direction. See photo for case placement. Sew to blanket along inside of case. 



Fold up blanket and reach hands into case to grip blanket edge at bottom of case, flip case inside out over blanket. Line up flaps to check for button placement. Attach buttons and enjoy!

Optional Luggage Strap


Using left over yarn from project, 1 of each type, attach the yarn with surface crochet and sc up edge as in picture, ch 1 and hdc rows until long enough to reach opposite side, f.o. and use end to sew to pillowcase.



Monday, January 15, 2018

Mr Meeseeks keychain *** free crochet pattern

This design was a request by my son. He likes Rick & Morty and said he "needed" a Mr Meeseeks keychain.

This is a quick and easy pattern that even a beginner could make :-)




Look at me!




Materials

Ww yarn in Orange and blue  (I used Red Heart Super Saver in Pumpkin & Aruba Sea)

Small amt of  black embroidery floss for features

6mm safety eyes

Fiberfill

Keyring or lanyard hook/zipper pull

F hook

Scissors

Needle (to weave in ends and create features


Abbreviations

Ch: chain

Sl st: slip stitch

Sc: single crochet

Sc2tog: single crochet 2 sts together; decrease

Flo: front loop only

Blo: back loop only

F.o. : finish off


Notes

All terms American.   If pattern reads "sc, sc2tog, 2sc" it would be read as, " single crochet, single crochet 2 stitches together, 2 single crochet in the next stitch", directions are to be repeated to end of row/round unless otherwise noted.  As with any pattern, be sure to read through once before beginning, and don't forget to mark your rounds! (I use a bit of contrasting yarn) This is an original design by me, Anna Wilson 2018.



You may do whatever you like with your completed Mr Meeseeks keyring, you can attach to a zipper, yell "Look at me!",  or even give them as a gift!  I only ask that you please not claim this pattern as your own, I worked hard to design my Mr Meeseeks  Keychain :)


Directions with orange

1: Ch9, slide keyring or lanyard hook up to closest chain on hook, sl st in 2nd ch from hook (over the ring, locks it in) sl st in next 6 ch, in last chain: sc6. (6)

2: continue on 6 sc just created keeping key ring on right side of work in flo: *sc, ch3- in 2nd ch sl st, sc in next* x5, sc, change to blue in last sc

 3: in blo 2sc (12)

4: sc, 2sc (18)

5: sc2, 2sc (24)

6: sc3, 2sc (30)

7-11: sc (30)

12: sc3, sc2tog (24)

13: sc2, sc2tog (18)

14: sc, sc2tog (12) if using safety eyes place them now between rnds 8/9 2sts apart, stuff your head!

15: sc2tog (6) f.o. close hole with tail of yarn and weave in ends



FINISHING

 Use black to create eyebrows and mouth. Be sure to weave in your ends!