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Hujoo Baby undies

 

– Size B / 2.25mm crochet hook

– Bernat Handicrafter Crochet Thread. It doesn’t say what size it is, but it’s much thicker than size 10 crochet thread and thinner than 5. It is about the thickness of sock weight, or Patons Lace.

1. Ch 5, turn and sc in the 2nd ch from hook and the next 3, making 4 sc. Ch 1 and turn.

2. Sc 4 across, ch1 and turn.

3. Sc 1, decrease over the next 2, sc 1. ch1 and turn.

4. Sc 3 across, ch1 and turn.

5. Sc 3 across, ch1 and turn.

6. Sc 3 across, ch1 and turn.

7. Sc 1, 2 sc in the next stitch, sc in the next stitch. Ch1 and turn.

8. Sc 1, 2 sc in the next stitch, sc in the next 2 stitches. Ch1 and turn.

9. Sc 1, 2 sc in the next stitch, sc in the next 3 stitches. Ch1 and turn.

10. Sc 6, ch5, sc in the 4 starting chains at the front, ch5, join to the corner of the back and sc across the 6 stitches. Do not turn.

11. Sc around in all stitches and chains.

12. Sc around. FO and weave in ends.

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*I made an edit , I totally wrote it down wrong, sorry. Everything should be correct now.

This pattern should be easy to scale up or down for other small dolls, you just need to measure the starting chain around the doll and either add or subtract stitches. It is important though to have the number of stitches be even for the V stitch pattern to work. As for the top straps, just divide your new number of stitches by 4 the best you can and make the chains long enough to fit your doll’s shoulders.

Hujoo Baby dress

This pattern is written in American terms.

– Size B / 2.25mm crochet hook

– Bernat Handicrafter Crochet Thread. It doesn’t say what size it is, but it’s much thicker than size 10 crochet thread and thinner than 5. It is about the thickness of sock weight, or Patons Lace.

Starting with the bodice, the pink part in the picture. Use your main color of yarn. Worked in the round, do not turn.

1. Ch 19, join. (this should leave you with 18 stitches.) Sc around.

2 & 3. Sc around. Ch 2.

4. (1 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in next stitch, *skip next stitch. (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in next stitch.*  Repeat ** around. Join to ch 2. Ch 2.

5-7. Repeat row 4. FO

Now with the contrasting yarn, if you choose to use it. Join at the bottom of the skirt where you just finished off, and sc once in every dc and (1 sc, ch 3, join to first ch, 1 sc) in all the ch 2 spaces. Join to beginning of round and FO.

Still in contrasting yarn, turn the dress right side up with the back facing you.(Note: The following “stitches” mentioned are the other side of the starting chain in pink. Sometimes when you work both sides of a chain it leaves small gaps around. Try and crochet through both loops left from the chain if you can. But if this confuses you then don’t worry about it.)

Starting from the center back, join and sc in the next 3 stitches. Ch 10, skip the next 4 stitches, sc in the next 5 stitches, ch 10, skip the next 4 stitches, sc in the next 2. Join. Sc around in all the sc and across each ch 10. Join and FO. Weave in the ends. Yay, you’re done!!

I hope that you can understand this pattern, and as always don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions. Also, this pattern is completely of my own creation and is for personal use only. I ask that you do not sell this pattern or the items you make from it. Thank you.

Enjoy! Some undies to go with this dress will be up very soon so follow me and check back! I love to hear your comments so don’t be shy!

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So this is the pattern for Fiona’s hair…it’s not much of a pattern and will probably be super hard to follow, but it doesn’t have to be perfect, it’s a cartoon after all!

With J hook and pale yellow yarn

Ch 9, turn and hdc in the 3rd ch from hook and the next 6, ch 6.

Turn and hdc in the 3rd ch from hook and the next 9 stitches. ch 2 and turn.

Hdc in the next 10 stitches and ch 14.

Turn and hdc in the 3rd ch  from hook and the next 21 stitches. Ch 2 and turn.

Hdc in the next 16, ch 2 and turn.

Hdc to the end of the row. FO.

Surface crochet, or sew, the hair on to the square, overlapping the face. Curl the long end a bit when you secure it so it flips out like in the picture. Weave in ends or hide them between the hair piece and the back of the square. And you’re done!

You could also use this for any other bangs you might need.  Thanks for all the views! Don’t forget to follow and comment!

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...might be more of a rectangle, but that can be managed...

…might be more of a rectangle, but that can be managed…

Finn:

 

Size J crochet hook

Worsted Weight Yarn in blue, white, cream, black, (and a pale yellow for Fiona’s hair.)

This pattern is in American crochet terms.

 

In white

Ch 22, turn and half double crochet in the 3rd chain from hook and the next 19. Ch 2 and turn.  20 stitches

Hdc across ch 2 and turn for 10 more rows,

Hdc to the end of row 11 and change to blue, FO white,      making 12 rows of white.

In blue

Ch 2 and turn.

Hdc across, ch 2 and turn. Repeat for 5 more rows making 6 rows of blue, FO.

 

Ears    (make two)

In white

Leave a long tail for sewing at the beginning, ch 7 , turn and hdc in 3rd chain from hook, and next 4, ch 2 and turn.

***

Skip next stitch and hdc 4, ch 2 and turn.

Skip next stitch, hdc in next two stitches, ch 2 and join to last stitch. FO

Align ears to the top corners of the head (the white part is the top) and sew on. FO and weave in tails.

*** To make Fiona’s ears, hdc 5 across, ch 2 turn

 

Head

In cream

Start with a magic circle, sc 6 times

In first stitch of previous round 2 sc in each stitch. making 12 stitches

(sc in next stitch, 2 sc in next stitch) around, 18 stitches

Continue increasing in multiples of six for a total of 9 rounds ending with 54 stitches, FO.

 

To finish, embroider eyes with black and surface crochet or embroider his smile. Surface crochet or sew on his face to the middle of the white part. FO and weave in ends.

If you click on the picture you may be able to see the stitches of Fiona's hair and be able to wing it yourself!

If you click on the picture you may be able to see the stitches of Fiona’s hair and be able to wing it yourself!

For Fiona’s hair, I free formed it and didn’t write down the pattern so I will have to look at it and figure out what I did. I should have that up soon.

 

I hope you can read this!! I tried to translate it from my pattern scratch but I have the flu so I’m not at my best today, sorry. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me, I will be glad to help!

Also, this pattern is completely of my own creation (though I do not own the characters Finn or Fiona) and is for personal use only. I ask that you do not sell this pattern or the items you make from it. Thank you.

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So this past 10 days I was able to meet some relatives of mine for the first time and I really enjoyed it. So much in fact that I had to whip up some early gifts for them while I was in their neck of the woods.

Socks for my Great Aunt, and a hat for my Great Uncle.

Socks for my Great Aunt, and a hat for my Great Uncle.

Warm head bands for my Dad's cousins kids. Girls 3 and 6.

Warm head bands for my Dad’s cousins kids. Girls 3 and 6.

And a 10yo boy. My on the fly attempt at the Angry Bird Pig.

And a 10yo boy. My on the fly attempt at the Angry Bird Pig.

 

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I actually got her last Thursday, but I’ve been so busy I haven’t been able to post. Here are some pictures of my sweet little girl and the dress and hat I made her. I’ll write a proper review later.

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I’m so excited!!!!! I want a Lati Yellow sooooo bad, but I was able to find a super super cheap doll that is almost as cute at The Junky Spot! It’s the Hujoo baby Suve! I ordered her Monday morning and I just can’t wait for her to get her so I can make her adorable baby clothes to fit her chubby lil body! It’s hard to make tiny lacey dresses with big open skirts work with tall skinny dolls. So in the mean time I thought I would get cracking on some Christmas presents in between the intense cleaning we are doing to make the house acceptable for hosting Thanksgiving dinner XD oh my goodness, I just might die! I think this year I will be making mostly hats because that’s what everyone seems to want. I had sat down and made some awesome fuzzy house socks for my mother last night that worked up so fast and were the most perfect pair with just a few adjustments to the free pattern I found. I’ll do a post on those soon. They were meant to be for Christmas but I was so proud of them I just had to give them to her that night, and of course she was thrilled, which makes me thrilled. I think I might buy a set of wooden matryoshka dolls and paint them for her for her Christmas present. I also am going to make a hat with a detachable crochet beard for my boyfriend, a cotton mug cover and dish towel set for my grandmother, and an embellished sweater for my other grandmother. I could blather on about other things but I’ll get to the part you all came here to see, the pictures.

This is a little bunny I made because I wanted something cute.

This was supposed to be a goldfish, but then the pattern became incomprehensible when it got to the body. Don’t you hate that? I mean, you work so hard only to get into a terrible rut. I usually make up my own pattern when that happens but I got so discouraged that I decided to turn it into a mermaid tail in progress.

Can anyone guess who this is going to be?

My new favorite dress.

Pretty pretty!

I can’t wait for my new dolly!!!!!!!! When I get her I’ll do a review and everything and then probably post some patterns for clothes because there isn’t alot of love for them on the web. I think they might be pretty new..?

Have a great day and thanks for reading! I’d love to hear from you!

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