Okie dokie then! Here we are!
Please bear with me for a while if you stumble upon this straight away, this is my first post so I have nothing else, at all, on this entire blog and I apologise for that haha. But, if you would like me to write about anything in particular then there might possibly be a way to contact me, I don’t know though I’m easily confused.
There will be an image here… but not yet… I’m sorry :3
This is a very simple pattern for a quick, little napstablook plushie that I made, it’s the first pattern I’ve ever written and it’s not perfectly accurate either so if you’re a professional and can spot any flaws then please tell me and I will correct them. Thank you!
- White yarn (any)
- A crochet hook (any as long as it fits with your yarn, but I used a 3mm)
- Toy stuffing
- An embroidery needle
- Black thread for the face
- Stitch markers (this pattern is done in the round so they always help)
- I am still making the pattern for the headphones so get some black yarn ready too
Round 1) Ch 2. 6 Sc in second Ch from hook. (6 stitches)
Round 2) Inc in each stitch around. (12 stitches)
Round 3) 1 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 1 sc (16 stitches)
Round 4) 3 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc, 3 sc, inc (20 stitches)
Round 5) 4 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 4 sc (22 stitches)
Round 6-13) 22 sc (22 stitches)
Round 14) 4sc, dec, 10 sc, dec, 4 sc (20 stitches)
Round 15-22) 20 sc (20 stitches)
Round 23) repeat *1 sc, 3 hdc into next stitch* around. Slip stitch into next stitch and then fasten off.
Next you’ll make a small circle to go in the bottom so you can stuff it, but if you want to leave it hollow then I suppose you don’t need to do this part.
Round 1) Ch 2. 6 Sc in second Ch from hook. (6)
Round 2) inc in each stitch around. (12)
Round 3) 1, inc, 2, inc, 2, inc, 2, inc, 1 (16)
Round 4) 3, inc, 3, inc, 3, inc, 3, inc (20) Row 5) 4, inc, 10, inc, 4 (22) Row 6) even (22)
Putting it all together:
Stitch the circle onto the inside of your Napstablook, but leave a small gap to stuff it before fastening it up completely. The stitches should be around Round 21 or 22.
Yay, he’s almost done! Now he just needs a face. Use the embroidery needle and the black thread to stitch on a face, and you can use this image as a reference:
I’ll try adding some headphones to this pattern soon so stay tuned :3
By the way, I took the start of this pattern from here and the sphere patterns there are quite lovely, so please go and check them out whenever you need a good ol’ sphere! (you need to move through all of the clever maths and find the PDF file to get to the patterns)
Hope you had fun,