So I've been remaking some of my old crappy patterns, one being Pikachu with the Ash Hat, and decided when I revamped that one I would make the hat a separate piece. Now you can have a stylin' hat for all your Pokemon amigurumi! The pattern for the Pikachu should be up this week. Here's a sneak preview:
I feel the need to complain. As you can see, my blog now has a new design because Blogger randomly decided to change up the templates and stuff. But now the format in a lot of my posts is completely messed up, so I need to go back and fix those. Bah. Etsy is going to have a design change soon too and I really don't like how it looks. I hate change.
Also, sorry for no free pattern last week, my felting needles decided to break all at once and I lost all motivation to crochet while waiting for new ones. Just got an order of 50 today so that should last me a while (I hope).
Anyway, happy Friday!
This is an icrochetthings original pattern © 2014-2016. Do not claim as your own. Do not copy, sell, or distribute this pattern. Do not sell any products made from this pattern. Pokémon belongs to Nintendo.
Materials:▪ Worsted weight yarn in red, green
▪ Felt in white
▪ E hook (3.50 mm)
▪ Tapestry needle
▪ Felting Needle
Difficulty: EasyYou should know how to work in the round, increase, decrease, and work in the front loops.
HatStarting with red
1. ch 2, 6 sc in 1st ch (6) – Leave long tail in the beginning
2. [inc] around (12)
3. [sc, inc] around (18)
4. [2 sc, inc] around (24)
5. [3 sc, inc] around (30)
6 – 9. [sc] around (30)
10. FLO: 8 sc (8)
11. Turn, [sc] across (8)
12. Turn, [sc] across, sc down to round 9, [sc] around (40)
See pictures above if you need help with placement
▪ Use the tail from the beginning to sew a raised bump onto the top of the hat
▪ Weave in loose tails
▪ Use white felt to cut out the front half of the hat
▪ Use felting needle to secure the felt piece onto the front of the hat
▪ Use green yarn to embroider the symbol onto the front of the hat