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Πέμπτη, 15 Σεπτεμβρίου 2016

ROSIE THE SHEEP

rosie the sheep crochet patterns

Rosie the Sheep - With our free crochet pattern of this cute little key chain you can take your favourite friend anywhere you go! Rosie is a sweet, pink sheep available in different shapes and sizes. She can be a cute little comforting baby blankie for the littlest ones, a fun stuffed animal for your kids' room or a pretty little key chain. Will Rosie the Sheep be your new bestie too?
Rosie is pink, sweet and cuddly! The sheep is available for small and bigger kids and with the little key chain you can take her anywhere you go! The key chain is made of the cotton yarn Phil Coton 3 and the fluffy yarn Phildar Neige. First you're going to make a basis of Phil Coton 3 and later you'll crochet the fluffy Neige on top. This way the Rosie the Sheep projects are very suitable for beginners!

Rosie the sheep crochet kit stuffed animal

Crochet Kits Rosie

Besides this cute little free pattern of the key chain we've created some beautiful crochet kits for making different versions of Rosie the Sheep. Which one is your favourite? The large stuffed animal, the little stuffed animal or the sweet little blankie for the littlest ones? Take a look at all crochet kits of Rosie the Sheep here! 

rosie the sheep crochet patterns Blankie
All sheep are designed by Annemarie Arts. The sweet little blankie is specially made for the littlest ones among us. It feels super soft and makes a cute little sound! If you don't have a little one yourself, make Rosie the Sheep Blankie as a maternity or baby shower gift! Original and unique!

Rosie the sheep crochet pattern key chain
What do you need for making the little Rosie the Sheep Key Chain? 
- 1 ball Phildar Phil Coton 3 colour Oeillet no. 34
- 1 ball Phildar Neige colour Barbe a Papa no. 18
- Leftover of black cotton yarn to embroider the eyes
- Leftover of Phildar Phil Coton 3 colour Meringue no. 78 to embroider the nose and mouth
Crochet hook 2mm
Darning needle with a sharp point
Pins
Stuffing
Snap hook
Stitches used:
Sc.      = Single crochet
Sl.st.    = Slip stitch
Ch.      = Chain
Hdc.    = Half double crochet

Crochet Pattern Rosie the Sheep Key Chain:

The head
Round 1:
With colour Oeillet sc. 6 in a magic ring or start the following way; Ch. 2, sc. 6 in the 1st ch. and sl.st. 1 in the 1st ch. such that you get a round of 6 sts. (6 sts.)
Round 2:
Sc. 2 in each st. (12 sts.)
Round 3:
Sc. 2 in each 2nd st. (18 sts.)
Round 4:
Sc. 2 in each 6th st. (21 sts.).
Rounds 5 & 6:
Sc. 21 in each round (21 sts.).
Round 7:
Decrease 3 sts. Sc. each 6th and 7th st. tog. (18 sts.)
Round 8:
Sc. 18 (18 sts.)
Round 9:
Decrease 6 sts. Sc. each 2nd and 3rd st. tog. (12 sts.)
Round 10:
Sc. 2 in the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th st. (18 sts.)
Round 11:
Decrease 4 sts. Sc. the 1st and 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 15th and 16th and the 17th and 18th st. tog. (14 sts.)
Round 12:
Decrease 2 sts. Sc. the 1st and 2nd st. and the 13rd and 14th st. tog. (12 sts.)
Rounds 13 & 14:
Work only in the back loops such that single loops are created on the outside of your work. Sc. 12 each round (12 sts.)
Round 15:
Stuff the head firmly. Decrease 6 sts. Sc. 2 tog. until the end (6 sts.). Cast off and draw the end yarn through the last 6 stitches and pull it tight.
Finishing the head
Cast on a new yarn of Phildar Neige in the single loops of round 13. Work the stitches loosely such that it will be nice and fluffy. If it doesn’t work with a hook size 2 then taken a hook a little bit bigger. Sc. 1 in each loop of round 13, 14 and 15. Cast off and weave in any loose ends.
Embroider with blank the eyes in the increases of round 10. With the leftover of pink make v-shaped nose between rounds 1 & 2 and 4 & 5. Embroider a little stitch from the tip of the nose downwards to round 3 & 4 and work the mouth with little stitches below. Use a double yarn of cotton to embroider with.
The body
From round 2 onwards the body will be worked only in the back loop such that there will be single loops on the outside of your work.
Round 1:
With colour Oeillet sc. 6 in a magic ring or start the following way; Ch. 2, sc. 6 in the 1st ch. and sl.st. 1 in the 1st ch. such that you get a round of 6 sts. (6 sts.)
Round 2:
Sc. 2 in each st. (12 sts.)
Round 3:
Sc. 2 in each 2nd st. (18 sts.)
Round 4:
Sc. 2 in each 6th st. (21 sts.)
Rounds 5 & 6:
Sc. 21 in each round (21 sts.)
Round 7:
Decrease 3 sts. Sc. each 6th and 7th st. tog. (18 sts.)
Round 8:
Sc. 18 (18 sts.)
Round 9:
Decrease 6 sts. Sc. each 2nd and 3rd st. tog. (12 sts.)
Rounds 10 & 11:
Sc. 12 in each round. (12 sts.)
Round 12:
Stuff the body firmly. Decrease 3 sts. Work each 3rd and 4th sc. tog. (9 sts.). Weave in the loose ends.
Finishing the body
Cast on a new yarn of Phildar Neige on the outside loops of round 1. Sc. 1 in each single loop of the body. Work the stitches loosely such that it will be nice and fluffy. If it doesn’t work with a hook size 2 then taken a hook a little bit bigger. Leave a long yarn on your work to be able to attach the body to the head.
Attach the body with a few pins to the bottom of the fluffy part of the head. Sew the body firmly to the head and weave in loose ends.
Ears
Ch. 5 with colour Oeillet. On the foundation chain: Sc. 1 3x, in the last ch. work sc. 1, hdc. 3, sc. 1. Continue on the other side of the foundation chain. Sc. 1 3x. Cast off.
Leave a longer end yarn on your work to be able to attach the ear to the head. Work another ear the same way. Attach the ears on top of the fluffy part of the head. Weave in any loose ends.
Legs
Ch. 21 with colour Oeillet. Sl.st. 20 on the chain. Ch. 1 and work sl.st. 20 on the other side of the chain. Work 4 legs this way. Attach the legs to the body and weave in the loose ends.
Tail
Round 1:
With colour Oeillet sc. 6 in a magic ring or start the following way; Ch. 2, sc. 6 in the 1st ch. and sl.st. 1 in the 1st ch. such that you get a round of 6 sts. (6 sts.)
Round 2:
Sc. 6 (6 sts.)
Round 3:
Fold your work flat and close it with sl.st. Attach the little tail to the back of the body.
Then attach Rosie to your snap hook with a small chain.

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