Hey, today I wanna introduce to you first creation of my Farmhouse Animals Collection.
This is what actually happens when you’ve got to much yarn in color you don’t really like and have no idea what you can use it for. I bought that dark pink yarn ages ago to make a hat for grandma but after then realized it actually doesn’t match her at all. Last month I realized that I really have to get rid of it but didn’t want to throw it away anyway, so thought that the combination of dark and light pink might be pretty cool and that’s how the idea of creating Terrence came to life.
And he turned out to be darn adorable.
– worsted weight yarn
– sport/DK weight yarn (to make shorts)
– 4mm hook size
– stitch marker
– safety eyes
– black embroidery thread
sc – single crochet
mc – magic circle/ring
inc – increase (single crochet increase = two stitches in one stitch
dec – decrease
st(s) – stitch(es)
Pattern is written in US crochet terms.
Head + body:
R1: sc x 6 in mc (6)
R2: inc x 6 (12)
R3: [sc, inc] x 6 (18)
R4: [sc, inc, sc] x 6 (24)
R5: [sc x 3, inc] x 6 (30)
R6: [sc x 2, inc, sc x 2] x 6 (36)
R7-12: sc x 36 (36)
Attach eyes between rows 9 and 10.
R13: [sc x 2, dec, sc x 2] x 6 (30)
R14: [sc x 3, dec] x 6 (24)
R15: [sc, dec, sc] x 6 (18)
R16: sc x 18 (18)
R17: [sc, inc, sc] x 6 (24)
R18: [sc x 3, inc] x 6 (30)
R19-28: sc x 30 (30)
R29: [sc x 3, dec] x 6 (24)
R30: [sc, dec, sc] x 6 (18)
R31: [sc, dec] x 6 (12)
R32: dec x 6 (6)
R1: ch 4, inc in 2nd ch from hook, sc, 2 increases in next st, [work on the opposite side of ch] sc, inc (10)
R2: sc in blo x 10 (10)
R1: sc x 4 in mc (4)
R2: inc x 2, sc x 2 (6)
R3: inc x 2, sc x 4 (8)
R4-5: sc x 8 (8)
R6: dec x 4 (4)
Fasten off, don’t stuff
R1: sc x 6 (6)
R2: inc x 6 (12)
R3-9: sc x 12 (12)
R1: sc x 5 in mc (5)
R2: inc x 5 (10)
R3-9: sc x 10 (10)
R10: dec x 2, sc x 6 (8)
Ch 11, start in 2nd ch from hook: [2sc, 3sc] x 5
R1: ch 35, join with sl st to make a circle (35)
R2: ch 1, sc x 35, sl st (35)
R3-4: ch 1, sc x 35, sl st (35)
R5: ch 1, sc x 3, ch 2, skip 2, sc x 30, sl st (35)
R6-9: ch 1, sc x 35, sl st (35)
R10: ch 1, sc, dec, sc x 31, sl st (34)
R11: ch 1, sc x 5, skip 17, sc x 12, sl st (17)
R12-13: ch 1, sc x 17, sl st (17)
Attach yarn in any st to start second leg
R1: ch 1, sc x 17, sl st (17)
R2-3: ch 1, sc x 17, sl st (17)
Attach the yarn in front of shorts then chain enough amount of stitches to reach the middle of a back of shorts to make first suspender, then slip stitch and repeat that maneuver backwards to make second suspender, slip stitch and fasten off.
1. Sew the snout on. Place it approximately between the eyes.
2. Sew the ears on. Try to line them with the eyes.
3. Sew the arms on. Place them approximately two rows below neck and try to attach them in one line with ears.
4. Sew the legs on.
5. Put the dungarees on the pig.
6. Sew the tail on in a place where the whole in dungarees is.
Please be respectful and do not sell or distribute this pattern in any way, especially as your own. Instead, share the original blog post link! You can sell finished products made from this pattern by giving credit to Moroshky as the pattern designer and linking to the blog post.