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CHUCKY design by serah basnet | tales of twisted fibers CHUCKY: a free amigurumi pattern
CHUCKY
design by serah basnet | tales of twisted fibers
CHUCKY: a free amigurumi pattern by tales of twisted fibers
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Materials

• Sock weight yarn in light peach, white, red, dark blue, blue, green, copper red

• 2.5mm hook

Fiberfill

• 12mm black sew on eyes

A small piece of plastic sheet

• A pair of scissors

A pair of 6mm red buttons

• Yarn needle

• Sewing needle

• Sewing Pearl headed pins

Stitch markers

• Small lengths of red, black and copper red sewing thread

Finished size: 8.5 inch

Skill level: Intermediate

Terminology (US)

ch (chain) magic ring st (stitch) sc (single crochet) hdc (half double crochet) BLO (back loop only) FLO (front loop only) bpsc (back post single crochet) inc (increase) dec (decrease) sl st (slip stitch) loop st (loop stitch) 4-dc bobble st

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You may not sell/redistribute/publish this pattern. Finished products made from this pattern may be sold by indie crafters provided you credit Tales of Twisted Fibers as the designer.

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Instructions

Tales of Twisted Fibers as the designer. 2 2 Instructions SHOE (make 2) Round 1: With

SHOE (make 2) Round 1: With white yarn, ch 8. Starting from second ch from the hook, sc 6, inc in the last chain. Continuing on the opposite side of the foundation chain, sc 6. (14) Round 2: inc in all 14 st. (28) Round 3: sc around. (28) Round 4: bpsc around. (24)

Make the Sole: On a small plastic sheet, lay the sole flat, trace an outline around it and cut out the base. Check if it fits within the boundary created by the back post sc in Round 4. Trim further if required. Make 2 holes in the center, a few centimeters apart. Make a second sole following the same instructions and keep them aside.

Round 5: Join red and working in BLO, sc around. (28)

Insert sole: Place the plastic sole on the inside of the sneaker, thread a yarn needle with white yarn, and holding both pieces together, insert the needle from inside to out through the hole and from outside to in through the second hole. Knot the yarn ends together to secure (Pic 01-03).

Round 6-7: sc around. (28) Round 8: sc 10, dec 5, sc 8. (23)

CHUCKY: a free amigurumi pattern by tales of twisted fibers

Round 9: sc 8, dec 4, sc 7. (19) Round 10: sc 7, dec 3, sc 6. (16) Round 11: sc 5, dec 3, sc 5. (13) Stuff shoe and secure the ‘live’ stitch with a stitch marker. Before continuing on the legs, we will make the sneaker stripes.

the previous round. Sc in the remaining 42 st around both legs. (42) Round 3-4: sc around. (42) Round 5: (sc 5, dec) X 6. (36) Round 6: Mark the back loop of the next st and sc in the front loop. FLO sc in the remaining 35 st. (36) Fasten off this color and weave in the yarn end.

SNEAKER STRIPES Stripe 1: With white, ch 14. Fasten off, leaving a tail. Stripe 2: With white, ch 20. Fasten off, leaving a tail.

Mark the 6th, 15th, 25th and 32nd st on the waist-

Stripe 3: With white, ch 20. Fasten off, leaving a tail. Pin these stripes as shown in Pic 4-7. Thread tail in needle and sew in place.

LEG (make 2) Left To make the leg, we will pick up from the last round we worked on the sneaker. Round 1-4: Join dark blue yarn and sc around. (13) Round 5: (sc 3, inc) X 3, sc 1. (16) Round 6-7: sc around. (16) Round 8: (sc 3, inc) X 4. (20) Round 9: sc around. (20) Counting anti-clockwise, mark the second st from the last worked stitch. This is where we will join the legs later. Fasten off. Stuff.

band (Pic 12). This is where we will make the bib and straps of the overalls.

Round 7: Join white yarn on the back loop you marked at the beginning of Round 6 and sc around in all 36 back loops (Pic 13-14). (36) Round 8: sc around. (36) Round 9: Join red yarn and (sc 4, dec) X 6. (30) Round 10: sc around. (30) Round 11: Join green yarn and sc around. (30) Round 12: With white, sc around. (30) Round 13: Join blue yarn and (sc 3, dec) X 6. (24) Round 14: sc around. (24) Fasten off this color. Round 15: With red, sc around. (24) Round 16-17: With green, sc around. (24) Fasten off this color. Round 18-19: With white, sc around. (24) Fasten off this color. Round 20: With red, sl st in the next st. Put a stitch marker in the loop to prevent your work from unrav- eling. Round 21: Join light peach yarn on the back loop of the next round and dec X 12. (12) Stuff the body. Round 22-29: sc around. (12) It is very important to stuff the neck as firmly as pos- sible at this point so it can support the weight of the head. Round 30: dec X 6. (6) Fasten off, leaving a long tail. Using your yarn needle, weave the yarn tail through the front loop of each remaining stitch and pull it tight, closing off the neck. Weave in the yarn end.

Sweatshirt collar: Pick up the red colored loop you marked in Round 20 and (sc 2, dec) X 6, sl st in the

Right Make the right leg following instructions for Round 1-9 of the left leg. sl st in the next 7 st. Mark the last worked st as the end of the round. Stuff leg but do not fasten off. Next, we will join the legs.

BODY Hold both legs together, the leg with the ‘live’ stitch on the right and the first leg on the left. Make sure the toes are facing away from you.

Round 1: With the live stitch on your hook, ch 1 (Pic 08). Insert your hook in the marked stitch of the left leg, and make an sc (Pic 09). sc in the remaining 19 st on this leg. Next, sc 1 in the front loop (or the loop facing you) of the ch 1 you made earlier (Pic 10-11). sc in the remaining 20 st of the right leg. (42) Round 2: sc 1 in the front loop of the ch 1 you made in

next st. (18) Fasten off and weave in the yarn end.

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Overall Cuffs With white yarn, ch 3. Row 1-17: sc 2, ch 1, turn. (2)
Overall Cuffs With white yarn, ch 3. Row 1-17: sc 2, ch 1, turn. (2)
Overall Cuffs With white yarn, ch 3. Row 1-17: sc 2, ch 1, turn. (2)
Overall Cuffs With white yarn, ch 3. Row 1-17: sc 2, ch 1, turn. (2)
Overall Cuffs With white yarn, ch 3. Row 1-17: sc 2, ch 1, turn. (2)
Overall Cuffs With white yarn, ch 3. Row 1-17: sc 2, ch 1, turn. (2)
Overall Cuffs With white yarn, ch 3. Row 1-17: sc 2, ch 1, turn. (2)
Overall Cuffs With white yarn, ch 3. Row 1-17: sc 2, ch 1, turn. (2)
Overall Cuffs With white yarn, ch 3. Row 1-17: sc 2, ch 1, turn. (2)

Overall Cuffs With white yarn, ch 3. Row 1-17: sc 2, ch 1, turn. (2) Row 18: sc 2. Fasten off, leaving a tail. Sew vertical stripes along this rectangle with red, blue and green yarn. Wrap cuff around the leg just above the sneaker and sew ends together.

ARM (make 2) Round 1: With light peach yarn, 6 sc in a magic ring.

(6)

Round 2: inc in all 6 st. (12) Round 3: (sc 1, inc) X 6. (18) Round 4-5: sc around. (18) Round 6: 4-dc bobble st 1 , sc 17. (18) Round 7: (sc 1, dec) X 6. (12) Round 8-10: sc around. (12) Round 11: Join red yarn. sc around. (12)

Round 12: Join white yarn. BLO sc around. (12) Round 13: Join green yarn. sc around. (12) Round 14: Join blue yarn. sc around. (12) Round 15: With white, sc around. (12) Round 16: With red, sc around. (12) Fasten off this color. Round 17-18: With green, sc around. (12) Fasten off this color.

1. 4-DC BOBBLE STITCH

YO, insert hook in the next st, pull yarn through, YO, pull yarn through the first two st (2 st on hook); YO, insert hook in the same st, pull yarn through, YO, pull yarn through the first two st (3 st on hook); YO, insert hook in the same st, pull yarn through, YO, pull yarn through the first two st (4 st on hook); YO, insert hook in the same st, pull yarn through, YO, pull yarn through the first two st (5

st on hook); YO, pull yarn through all five st.

Round 19: With white, sc around. (12) Round 20: With blue, sc around. (12) Fasten
Round 19: With white, sc around. (12) Round 20: With blue, sc around. (12) Fasten
Round 19: With white, sc around. (12) Round 20: With blue, sc around. (12) Fasten
Round 19: With white, sc around. (12) Round 20: With blue, sc around. (12) Fasten
Round 19: With white, sc around. (12) Round 20: With blue, sc around. (12) Fasten
Round 19: With white, sc around. (12) Round 20: With blue, sc around. (12) Fasten
Round 19: With white, sc around. (12) Round 20: With blue, sc around. (12) Fasten
Round 19: With white, sc around. (12) Round 20: With blue, sc around. (12) Fasten
Round 19: With white, sc around. (12) Round 20: With blue, sc around. (12) Fasten

Round 19: With white, sc around. (12) Round 20: With blue, sc around. (12) Fasten off this color. Round 21: With white, sc around. (12) Round 22: dec X 6. (6) Fasten off, leaving a long tail. Using your yarn needle, weave the yarn tail through the front loop of each remaining stitch and pull it tight, closing off the gap. Weave in the yarn end.

the waistband on your right and sc in the same st. sc in the next 10 st, ch 1, turn (the last sc of the row is worked on the stitch marked on your left). (11) Row 2-5: sc 11, ch 1, turn. (11) Row 5: sc 1, dec, sc 5, dec, sc 1, ch 1, turn. (9) Row 6-7: sc 9, ch 1, turn. (9) Row 8: sc 1, dec, sc 3, dec, sc 1, ch 1, turn. (7) Row 9: sc 7. (7) Fasten off. Weave in the yarn ends.

Sleeve cuff: Hold the arm upside down. Join red on the front loop of Round 12. Ch 1 and hdc around. Join with a sl st. Fasten off and weave in the yarn ends. Sew arms on either side of the body.

Shoulder straps: Join dark blue yarn on the marked stitch on your right at the back of the waistband. ch 28. Starting from 5th ch from the hook, sc 24. sl st in the next 9 stitches on the waist. To make the second strap, ch 28. Starting from 5th ch from the hook, sc 24. sl st in the next marked st. Fasten off and weave in the yarn ends. Sew red 6mm buttons on the bib and button the straps.

BIB Hold the body with its font facing you. Row 1: Join dark blue yarn on the marked stitch on

HEAD Round 1: With light peach yarn, 8 sc in a magic ring. (8) Round 2: inc in all 8 st. (16) Round 3: (sc 1, inc) X 8. (24) Round 4: (sc 2, inc) X 8. (32) Round 5: (sc 3, inc) X 8. (40) Round 6: (sc 4, inc) X 8. (48) Round 7: (sc 5, inc) X 8. (56) Round 8-17: sc around. (56) Round 18: (sc 5, dec) X 8. (48) Round 19: (sc 4, dec) X 8. (40) Round 20: (sc 3, dec) X 8. (32) Round 21: (sc 2, dec) X 8. (24) Round 22: dec X 12. (12) Fasten off, leaving a long tail. Stuff head, leaving space in the center for neck insertion.

EYES, SCAR & EYEBROWS On the head, place a pearl headed pin on any one of the stitches between Round 15 and 16. Place another pin 8 stitches to its right. This is where we will sew the eyes. But before we do that, we will embroider a scar.

With a red sewing thread, embroider a diagonal scar that starts a little below the temple and runs all the way down below the eye. With black thread, sew stitch marks along the length of the scar (Pic 15). Next, sew eyes in the areas marked with the pearl headed pins.

With copper red thread, embroider eyebrows as show in Pic 15.

WIG To make the doll’s hair, we will work a 5 inch loop stitch in each stitch every alternate row. Round 1: With copper red yarn, 8 sc in a magic ring. (8) Round 2: Making a 5 inch loop st in each stitch, inc in all 8 st. (16) Round 3: (sc 1, inc) X 8. (24) Round 4: Making a 5 inch loop st in each stitch, (sc 2, inc) X 4. (32) Round 5: (sc 3, inc) X 8. (40) Round 6: Making a 5 inch loop st in each stitch,(sc 4, inc) X 8, ch 1, turn. (48)

From here on, we will work in rows. Row 1: sc in the next 24 st, ch 1, turn. (24) Row 2: Making a 5 inch loop st in each stitch, sc 24, ch 1, turn. (24) Row 3: sc 24, ch 1, turn. (24) Row 4: Making a 5 inch loop st in each stitch, sc 24, ch 1, turn. (24) Row 5-6: sc 24, ch 1, turn. (24) Row 6: sc 24. (24) Fasten off, leaving a long tail. Position wig on head us- ing pearl headed pins (Pic 16-17) and sew in place. Cut open the end of the loops and trim hair.

JOIN HEAD TO BODY To join the head and make it movable, thread copper red yarn and insert the needle from the center of the magic ring on the wig and out from the neck opening. Count down 6 rounds from the top of the neck. Now insert your needle through the neck at this point, back through the neck opening on the head, bringing it out from the magic ring again (Pic 18). Slide the head down the two strands of yarn until it sits perfectly on the neck. Knot the yarn ends together a few times to secure. Clip off excess yarn and push remaining yarn back into the head.

And you’re done!

push remaining yarn back into the head. And you’re done! Hang out with Chucky!

Hang out with Chucky!

back into the head. And you’re done! Hang out with Chucky! http://talesoftwistedfibers.wordpress.com

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USING: You can use this pattern and make this little amigurumi for yourself, your friends and your family. I’d be thrilled if you drop me a line (along with your web link or a photograph of the amigurumi you made using my pattern); it’s always a pleasure to see what you guys do with my pattern.

SELLING: I don’t mind if you sell dolls made from my patterns in small quantities. It would be nice if you mentioned somewhere in the description of the doll that it’s designed by “Tales of Twisted Fibers”.

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Serah

Tales of Twisted Fibers

Kathmandu, September 2015