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Kyubey Plush

Disclaimer: Kyubey/QB/Kyuubei does not belong to me. He belongs to those silly


Japanese people who make crazy school girls anime series. This pattern is untested as
I wrote it as I went, so if there are any horrifying, painful or minor errors, please let me
know. It also might be confusing as I write patterns in a rather lazy shorthand; please
ask me for clarification if you need any. The body is crocheted in pieces then sewn
together at the end. Details and colors are done in felt.

Crochet this guy up and see how many contracts you can forge with unsuspecting, cute
young girls…. Heh. Heh. Heh.

Materials:
5.0 mm hook
White yarn (yardage varies on what brand you use)
(I used Red Heart Supersaver Chunky, which is 360 grams = 448 yards, and I
used pretty much the whole ball)
Pink yarn of equal gauge, about 50 grams (or you can do what I did and double
strand a lighter weight yarn)
Yellow yarn for rings
Red felt for details
Black yarn for a mouth
Red buttons or more felt for eyes

Head:
Sc 6 in a circle
Row 1: 2sc in each stitch around
Row 2: 1sc, 2sc in one x6
Row 3: 2sc, 2sc in one x6
Row 4: 3sc, 2sc in one x 6
Row 5: 4sc, 2sc in one x 6
Row 6: 5sc, 2sc in one x 6 (42)
Rows 7-11: Sc 5 rows
Row 12: 6sc, 2sc in one x 6 (48)
Rows 13-19: Sc 7 rows
Row 20: Sc4, 2sctog x 6
Row 21: Sc3, 2sctog x 6
Row 22: Sc2, 2sctog x 6
Row 23: Sc1, 2sctog x 6
Row 24: Sc2tog x 6
Row 25: Sc2tog twice more (4 sc)
Bind off

Ears (Make 2):


Sc6 in circle
Row 1: Sc1, sc2 in one x 3 (9)
Row 2: Sc around
Row 3: Sc2, sc2 in one x 3 (12)
Row 4: Sc 2, sc2 in one (16)
Row 5: Sc 3, sc2 in one (20)
Rows 6-8: Sc 3 rows, fasten off

Body:
Chain 20
Rows 1-3: Sc 3 rows
Row 4: Sc 4, sc2 in one (24)
Row 5: Sc 1 row
Row 6: Sc5, sc2 in one (28)
Row 7: Sc6, sc2 in one (32)
Rows 8-10: Sc 3 rows
Row 11: Sc7, sc2 in one (36)
Rows 12-16: Sc 5 rows
Row 17: Sc8, sc2 in one (40)
Rows 18-20: Sc 3 rows
Row 21: Sc8, sc2tog (36)
Row 22: Sc4, sc2tog (30)
Row 23: Sc3, sc2tog (24)
Row 24: Sc2, sc2tog (18)
Row 25: Sc1, sc2tog (12)
Row 26: Sc2tog (6)
BO and pull end through

Legs: make 2
Note: There are several spots on the feet where I crocheted 1-3 single crochet stitches
that don’t belong to any row: this was to move the marker and make sure that the legs
looked better.
Sc 6 in circle
Row 1: 2sc in one (12)
Row 2: Sc4, 2sc in one x 2 (16)
Row 3: Sc3 rows
Row 4: Sc6, 2sctog (14)
Rows 5-8: Sc 4 rows
Row 9: Sc5, 2sctog
Rows 10-13 Sc 4 rows
Sc 2 – move marker
Row 14: Sc 1, hdc, hcx2, hdc, sc 1, sc1, sl4, sc1
Sc1, move marker
Row 15: Repeat row 14
Row 16: Repeat row 14
Rows 17-18: Sc 2 rows
Sc 3 stitches
Row 19: Sc2 in one, sc5 x2 (marker in first stitch of sc2 in one)
Row 20: Sc2 in one, sc6 x 2 (16)
Sc 1 stitch
Row 21: Sc2 in one, sc 7 x 2 (18)
Rows 22-25: Sc 4 rows
Row 26: Sc2togx2, sc 5 x 2 (14)
Row 27: Sc2tog, sc5 (12)
Row 28: Sc2tog around
Arms: make 2
Note: same as the legs with individual sc stitches to move marker/placement
Sc 8 in circle
Row 1: Sc2 in one around (16)
Row 2: Sc
Row 3: Sc7, 2sc in one (18)
Row 4: sc
Row 5: Sc12, 2sctogx2, sc2 (16)
Row 6: Sc 2, sl 5, sc2, sc2, 2hdctogx2, sc 2 (14)
Sc1, move marker
Row 7: Sc2, sl 5, sc2, 2dctog, 1hdc (12)
Row 8: Sc8, 4hdc
Rows 9-23: Sc 15 rows
Row 24: Sc2tog, sc4 x2(10)
Row 25: Sc2tog around (5)
Bo and pull end through

Earthings: Make 4(6)


Note: For the first four points of the earflap things, you bind off and join into the third
point for each earflap, crocheting into each of the 10 stitches on two of the bound off
points, leaving you with 30 stitches to work before continuing with the rest of part 2.
Part 1:
Sc4 in magic loop
Row 1: Sc1, sc2in one x2 (6)
Pm on first stitch of round, marking round beginning
Row 2: Sc2 rows
Row 3: Sc2, sc2 in one x2 (8)
Rows 4-5: Sc 2 rows
Row 6: Sc3, sc2 in one x2 (10)
Part 2:
Make 1 more ear thing up to last row, crochet one more row (still 10 stitches) –
Joining row: crochet around top 10 stitches in two ear points, in two pieces, crocheting
around (30st)
Next row: alternate white and pink stitches (30)
Next and all other rows: continue in just white
Sc 7, move marker (should be on edge of earthingy)
Sc 13, sc2tog x2 (28)
Sc 2 rows
Sc 1, move marker
Sc12, sc2tog x 2 (26)
Sc2 rows, sc1, move marker
Sc 11, sc2tog x 2 (24)
Sc1 row, sc1, move marker
Sc 10, sc2tog x 2 (22)
Sc 1 row, sc 1, move marker
Sc 9, sc2tog x 2 (20)
Sc 1 row, sc 1, move marker
Sc 8, sc2tog x 2 (18)
Sc 2 rows, sc1, move marker
Sc 7, sc2tog x 2 (16)
Sc 4 rows, sc 2, move marker
Sc 6, 2sctog x 2 (14)
Sc 3 rows, sc 1, move marker
Sc 5, 2sctog x 2 (12)
Sc 3 rows, sc1, move marker
Sc 4, 2sctog x 2 (10)
Sc 3 rows, sc 2, move marker
Sc 3, sc2tog x 2 (8)
Sc 1 row, sc 1, move marker
Sc 2, sc2tog x 2 (6), bo

Tail:
Note: I have mixed feelings about how the point on Kyubey’s tail came out, so as an
option you can omit the first three rows and start with 8 in a magic ring(what I call a
circle), sc one row, and continue with row 4 in the pattern.
Sc 4 in circle
Row 1: Sc1, 2sc in one (6)
Row 2: Sc 1 row
Row 3: Sc2, 2sc in 1 (8)
Row 4: Sc3, 2sc in 1 (10)
Row 5: Sc 1 row
Row 6: Sc4, 2sc in 1 (12)
Row 7: Sc 2, 2sc in one x 4 (16)
Row 8: Sc 1 row
Row 9: Sc 3, 2sc in one x 4
Row 10: Sc 4, 2sc in one x 4 (24)
Row 11: Sc 2, 2sc in one (32)
Rows 12-13: Sc 2 rows
Row 14: Sc3, 2sc in one, 2sc in one, sc 3 (4 times) (40)
Rows 15-20: Sc 6 rows
Row 21: Sc 8, sc2tog around (36)
Row 22: Sc 1 row
Row 23: Sc 7, sc2tog around (32)
Row 24: Sc 1 row
Row 25: Sc 6, sc2tog around (28)
Row 26-27: Sc 2 rows
Row 28: Sc 5, sc2tog around (24)
Rows 29-31: Sc 3 rows
Row 32: Sc 4, sc2tog around (20)
Rows 33-36: Sc 4 rows
Row 37: Sc 3, sc2tog around (16)
Rows 38-42: Sc 5 rows
Row 43: Sc 2, sc2tog around (12)
Rows 44-47: Sc 4 rows
Row 48: Sc 1, sc2tog (8)
Row 49: Sc 1 row, bind off

Yellow Ear “Rings”:


Knitting: cast on 3 stitches, work in i-cord until cord measures long enough to form a
loop around one ear flap piece.

I haven’t tested this, but you can probably also chain enough to go around the ear in
yellow and do a single sc row if knitting isn’t your needlecraft of choice.

Sew all limbs together, make detail pieces from felt and sew edges around to make
solid, then glue to appropriate places. (pink inner ear, six red dots, back circle, eyes,
and mouth)

For feet and paws, I used a piece of white yarn and looped it around the edge in two
places to make it look like it has textured toes.