Tuesday, July 5, 2011


Use G hook.


(make 2)

Do not chain 1 when turning. Be sure to work first stitches in the very last sc made in previous row. This is help to create a much smoother and more filled in edge to the leaves.
F/O leaving long tail. Weave tail down thru center of leaf to other end using yarn needle. If you want a pronounced vein down the center of the leaf, you can backstitch down the center of the leaf instead of weaving it.

Row 1: ch 2, sc in 2nd ch from hook (1)
Row 2: inc (2)
Row 3: inc in each sc (4)
Row 4: inc, sc in next 2 sc, inc (6)
Row 5: inc, sc in next 4 sc, inc (8)
Row 6: inc in first sc, sc in next 6 sc, inc (10)
Row 7: inc in first sc, sc in next 8 sc, inc (12)
Row 8-12:sc (12)
Row 13:dec, sc 8, dec(10)
Row 14:dec, sc 6,dec(8)
Row 15: dec, sc 4, dec(6)
Row 16:sc (6)
Row 17:dec, sc 2, dec(4)
Row 28dec 2 times (2)
Row 19:dec (1)
Row 20: sc (1) f/o leave long tail to weave through leaf for vein and then double back so that you can sew it to the body.

Round 1: ch 2, sc 6(6)
Round 2: 2 sc (12)
Round 3:sc,inc (18)
Round 4: sc 2, inc (24)
Round 5: sc 3, inc (30)
Round 6-13: sc (30)
Round 14: sc 3, dec (24)
Round 15:sc 2, dec (28)
Round 16-20: sc, change to pink in last stitch (18)
Round 21: sc in front loops only
Round 22-24: fasten off.

With black sc 18 in backloops of row 21.  dec 9 times., dec 3 times, fasten off.

Body(Use f hook):

To crochet around body, use brown and ch 2, sc 4. sc around.

Eyes(Use f hook):

Ch 2, sc 4, sl st in first stitch. Fasten off leave tail to sew to the head

Use white yarn to make light catches in eyes by whip stitching them on,

To make the frame for the body I cut about 90 inches of galvanized utility wire-14 gauge.  I used a pair of pliers to bend them into the shape I wanted.  I Bent it in half and had it go through the back of the head.  I then twisted each end into the toes and had them come back around and wrap around the body.  To start crocheting around the body pick an outside toe on either leg and crochet around, then around the body, then just crochet little “socks” and slip them onto the toes and sew them on.  Before you get to the head, push the wire in as deep are you want the sew the body to the head.  This will stabilize it.

Belsprout and Pokemon are copyright Nintendo.
This pattern is an original pattern by Rosario Dahl (March 2011). Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to this pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You may keep a copy for your own personal use but you may not sell or distribute it, or sell items made from this pattern.

1 comment:

  1. WOW! I can't wait to see what you come up with next!