May the Labrador Puppy

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Note from the designer: Thank you for purchasing the May the Labrador puppy pattern from aidie & jellybean. This pattern is very versatile. You can use any type of yarn with appropriate sized hooks to create different sized/coloured/textured Labradors with this pattern. The best part about an amigurumi is that each and every one is unique and different. So create and enjoy your very own May to keep you company! Copyright ? 2018 Chie Powles. Contents of this document MAY NOT be copied, reproduced, altered, published or distributed in any way. You MAY NOT sell finished products made with this pattern for commercial purposes. FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. Please credit Chie Powles as the designer when sharing your work on SNS and other public spaces (Chie Powles, www.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com ). ?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 1May the Labrador Puppy Crochet Pattern by Chie Powles designer of aidie & jellybean

Size: Measures approximately 11cm tall. Skills required: ?Crocheting in spiral ?Working in single crochet ?Working in half double crochet ?Working in double crochet ?Chains ?Increasing and decreasing ?Basic sewing skills Materials and tools : The list below is a reference to show you what I have used to make this Labrador. For the head, ears and tail ?Moda Vera GELATO - 50% acrylic, 50% cotton; 135m / 50g; Colour BLACK ?A strand of GREY yarn to stitch the nose For the body ?Moda Vera GELATO - 50% acrylic, 50% cotton; 135m / 50g; Colour BLACK ?Moda Vera GELATO - 50% acrylic, 50% cotton; 135m / 50g; Colour CREAM For the bandana ?Moda Vera GELATO - 50% acrylic, 50% cotton; 135m / 50g; Colour BLUE For the eyes ?MILFORD Mercer 40 ・ 20g ; Colour BLACK ?Toy safety eyes (optional) ?1.00mm hook ?2.25/2.5mm hook ?Polyester fibrefill ?Yarn needle ?Sewing needle (to sew on eyes) ?Stitch marker (optional) ?Scissors I recommend using a hook one size smaller than what is specified on the yarn to create tighter stitches. Tighter stitches will give your toy a clean and polished look preventing the stuffing from showing through. 
 ?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 2Tip

Abbreviations: st(s) = stitch(es) ch = chain sc = single crochet hdc = half double crochet dc = double crochet inc = increase (2 sc in one stitch) dec = decrease (2 sc together) (?) = repeat the instructions in the brackets the given number of times [?] = total number of stitches *The Labrador is crocheted continuously in spiral (unless specified otherwise), marking the beginning of each round with a stitch marker (optional but will be easier to follow for beginners) Head : *With the BLACK yarn and 2.25/2.5mm hook Round 1: 6 sc in magic ring [6] Round 2: (inc) repeat 6 times [12] Round 3: (sc in next st, inc) repeat 6 times [18] Round 4: (inc, sc in next 2 sts) repeat 6 times [24] Round 5: (sc in the next 3 sts, inc) repeat 6 times [30] *Stitch the nose after this round (see photos below for details) Round 6-8: sc in all 30 sts [30] Round 9: (dec, sc in next 3 sts) repeat 6 times [24] Round 10-11: sc in all 24 sts [24] Round 12: (sc in the next 3 sts, inc) repeat 6 times [30] Round 13: sc in the next 2 sts, inc, (sc in the next 4 sts, inc) repeat 5 times, sc in the next 2 sts [36] Round 14-16: sc in all 36 sts [36] Round 17: (dec, sc in next 4 sts) repeat 6 times [30] Round 18: (dec, sc in next 3 sts) repeat 6 times [24] *start stuffing with fibrefill Round 19: (dec, sc in next 2 sts) repeat 6 times [18] Round 20: (dec, sc in next st) repeat 6 times [12] Round 21: (dec) repeat 6 times [6] Leave a tail for weaving and fasten of Adding the nose: With the grey yarn and yarn needle, working across 5 stitch spaces, stitch the grey yarn vertically to shape the nose. Repeat the vertical stitch 3-4 times in each of the 5 spaces. Next, insert the needle in the far left stitch (see photo) and stitch horizontally inserting the needle into the far right stitch. Repeat the horizontal stitch 3-4 times to finish the nose. Tie the two ends together on the inside. ?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 3


?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 4End of round 5. Insert the grey yarn from behind starting at the bottom space shown above. Work vertical stitches across the 5 spaces.After 3 rounds of vertical stitches.After 3 rounds of horizontal stitches.End of round 11.End of round 16.Finished head piece.Using a yarn needle, thread the tail through the front loops and pull to tighten.Push the needle through the center and pull through the side. Tie and knot and hide the yarn tail in the head piece.

Ears: make 2 *With the BLACK yarn and 2.25/2.5mm hook Round 1: 3 sc in magic ring [3] Round 2: (inc) repeat 3 times [6] Round 3: (sc, inc) repeat 3 times [9] Round 4: (inc, sc in next 2 sts) repeat 3 times [12] Round 5: (sc in next 3 sts, inc) repeat 3 times [15] Round 6-9: sc in all 15 sts [15] Leave tail for sewing and fasten off Eyes: make 2 of each colour (toy safety eyes optional) *With the black lace yarn and 1.00mm hook Round 1: 5 sc in magic ring [5] Round 2: (inc) repeat 5 times [10] Leave a long tail for sewing and fasten off *With the cream lace yarn and 1.00mm hook Round 1: 6 sc in magic ring [6] Round 2: (inc) repeat 6 times [12] Round 3: working only the back loops, sl st in all 12 sts [12] Leave a long tail for sewing and fasten off 
?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 5Place the black piece on top of the white piece so you can see a bit of white around the edges. Work the needle under both front and back loops when sewing the two pieces together. I like to make an extra stitch within the eye to give it a little bit of a sparkle. I use one of the yarn tails (the tail from the start) to add this little stitch. This is optional but the extra touch does give her a cuter expression.

Body: The body is made with BLACK and CREAM yarn. You will be alternating the yarn throughout the rounds of the this body. You will not be fastening off after each colour change. *With the 2.25/2.5mm hook Round 1: With the BLACK yarn, 4 sc in magic ring. With the CREAM yarn, 2 sc in magic ring [6] Round 2: With the BLACK yarn, (inc) repeat 4 times. Change colour to CREAM , (inc) repeat 2 times. [12] Round 3: With the BLACK yarn, (sc in next st, inc) repeat 4 times. Change colour to CREAM , (sc in next st, inc) repeat 2 times. [18] Round 4: With the BLACK yarn, (inc, sc in next 2 sts) repeat 4 times. Change colour to CREAM , (inc, sc in next 2 sts) repeat 2 times. [24] Round 5: With the BLACK yarn, (sc in the next 3 sts, inc) repeat 4 times. 
 Change colour to CREAM , (sc in the next 3 sts, inc) repeat 2 times.[30] Round 6: With the BLACK yarn, sc in next 2 sts, inc, (sc in next 4 sts, inc) 
 repeat 3 times. Sc in next 2 sts. Change colour to CREAM , sc in next 2 sts, inc, sc in next 4 sts, inc, sc in next 2 sts [36] Round 7-10: With the BLACK yarn, sc in all 24 sts. Change colour to CREAM , sc in all 12 sts. [36] Round 11: With the BLACK yarn, (dec, sc in next 4 sts) repeat 4 times. 
 Change colour to CREAM , (dec, sc in next 4 sts) repeat 2 times.[30] Round 12-13: With the BLACK yarn, sc in all 20 sts. Change colour to CREAM , sc in all 10 sts. [30] Round 14: With the BLACK yarn, (dec, sc in next 3 sts) repeat 4 times. Change colour to CREAM , (dec, sc in next 3 sts) repeat 2 times. [24] *start stuffing with fibrefill Round 15-16: With the BLACK yarn, sc in all 16 sts. Change colour to CREAM , sc in all 8 sts. [24] Round 17: With the BLACK yarn, (dec, sc in next 2 sts) repeat 4 times. Change colour to CREAM , (dec, sc in next 2 sts) repeat 2 times. [18] Round 18-19: With the BLACK yarn, sc in all 12 sts. Change colour to CREAM , sc in all 6 sts. [18] Round 20: This round will only be worked in the black section. 
 Sc in next 4 sts, hdc in next 4 sts, sc in next 4 sts [12] Leave a tail for sewing and fasten off ?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 6

?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 7Be careful not to pull the yarn too tight when changing colours and passing it over to continue on the other side. End of round 6. End of round 10.Finished body.Start with 2 colours in the magic ring.

How to make a cluster stitch for the paws: Step 1. (Yarn over, insert hook in st, draw loop) repeat 3 times Step 2. Yarn over, draw yarn through 6 loops on hook. You will have 2 loops on your hook. Step 3. Yarn over, draw yarn through both loops to secure cluster. Arms: (make 2) *With the BLACK yarn and 2.25/2.5mm hook Round 1: 5 sc in magic ring [5] Round 2: (inc) repeat 5 times [10] Round 3: sc in next 3 sts, cluster st in next 4 sts, sc in next 3 sts [10] Round 4-12: sc in all 10 sts [10] Round 13: (dec, sc in next st) repeat 3 times, sc in next st [7] Leave a long tail for sewing and fasten off *No stuffing is required. Legs: (make 2) *With the BLACK yarn and 2.25/2.5mm hook Round 1: 6 sc in magic ring [6] Round 2: (inc) repeat 6 times [12] Round 3: sc in next 4 sts, cluster st in next 4 sts, sc in next 4 sts [12] Round 4-6: sc in all 12 sts [12] Round 7: sc in next 4 sts, 2 dc in next 4 sts, sc in next 4 sts [16] Round 8-9: sc in all 16 sts [16] Round 10: sc in next 4 sts, (dec) repeat 4 times, sc in next 4 sts [12] Round 11: (dec) repeat 6 times [6] Leave a long tail for sewing and fasten off *No stuffing is required. ?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 8End of step 2.End of step 3.

Tail: *With the BLACK yarn and 2.25/2.5mm hook Round 1: 3 sc in magic ring [3] Round 2: (inc) repeat 3 times [6] Round 3-10: sc in all 6 sts [6] Leave a long tail for sewing and fasten off *No stuffing is required. Bandana: *With the BLUE yarn and 2.25/2.5mm hook Start with a ch of 41. Round 1: Sl st in second ch from hook. Sl st in next 14 st. sc in next st, hdc in next 2 st, dc in next 2 sts, 5 dc in next st, dc in next 2 sts, hdc in next 2 sts, sc in next st, sl st in next 14 sts [40] Weave in the ends. You will be tying the bandana around May?s neck. 
?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 9You?ve made all my parts. 
 Now you can put me together!

Putting May together Step 1: Sewing the eyes 
 If you are opting to use crocheted eyes, you can attach them using a sewing needle. Work the needle under both front and back loops to keep the eye piece from looking stretched. Always work the stitch directly underneath where the eye piece is sitting on. Step 2: Adding the eyelids 
 ?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 10Position the eyes so the bottom of the eyes sit 5 rows above the nose.The eye pieces are sitting on rows 10 & 11.I have 5 st spaces in between the eyes.With the black yarn, you will add 2 horizontal stitches to give the Labrador eyelids. Add 2 horizontal stitches where the line is in the photo above.Add the stitching so it overlaps with the top of the eye piece to make it look like eyelids. Depending on the angle you stitch, it will give the Labrador different expressions so feel free to experiment!

Step 3 : Attaching the ears ?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 11You will start off by closing the opening of the ear pieces using a yarn needle. Remember NOT TO FASTEN OFF as you will be using the same yarn tail to sew the ears onto the head.Line the base of the ear up to between the 4th and 5th row (counting from the center) and sew the ear on to the head.Once you have attached the base of the ear, fold the ear down and fix the middle part of the ear to the head so it will stay folded.Pull the yarn tails to the bottom the head and tie a double knot. This will be hidden when you attach the body.

Step 4: Attaching the head to the body I like to use a stitch called the ?mattress stitch? to attach my amigurumi parts. It does take a bit of practice to master but the end result speaks for itself! This method allows the stitch to be ?invisible? giving you a very clean finish. The stitch is worked by pulling the yarn through the vertical posts of the body/arm piece and then inserting your needle in the stitch of the head/body piece directly above/underneath the stitch you just worked on the head/body piece. Repeat this stitch all the way around. Make sure to pull the stitch tight to give it the invisible finish. ?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 12Using the mattress stitch and secure the head on to the body piece. Remember to always pick up the vertical posts of the body piece. Pull the stitches tight. This will make your stitches invisible.Always work the stitch that is directly above the vertical post you have just worked.After your last mattress stitch, pick up a loop from the stitch next to it and tie a knot. Hide the yarn tail in the body piece.TIP: 
 Place the back of the body to line up with 6th row counting from the centre of the head piece when sewing the head onto the body.

Step 5: Attaching the legs You will start off by closing the opening of the leg pieces using a yarn needle. Remember NOT TO FASTEN OFF as you will be using the same yarn tail to sew the legs onto the body. 
 ?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 13Hold the leg in place and start at the back of the leg. Insert the needle into the body piece and sew the leg onto the body. Work your way from the top of the leg to the bottom of the leg.There is no right or wrong way to attach the leg piece. Try to keep it fairly straight so the Labrador will sit upright with no support.When you?re finished, pull the yarn though the body piece. Insert the needle in one of the stitches and tie a knot. Pull the yarn though the body to the other side and cut the remaining yarn off.

Step 6: Attaching the arms 
 ?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 14Start by sewing the opening closed with the yarn needle. I have found preparing my arm piece this way makes it easier to work the mattress stitch.Position the arm so the top of the arm is 4 rows down from where the head is attached. Sew your arm at a slight angle. Lift the arm. Sew the underside of the arm using the mattress stitch. Remember to work the vertical post of the arm piece.Insert the needle from the base of the arm. Pull the yarn through as shown above. You will use this yarn tail to fix the arm to the body.

Step 7: Attaching the tail Final step: Giving May her bandana 
 ?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 15Using the mattress stitch, sew the tail on to the body. You can skip a stitch or two of the tail when you?re sewing it on. Just make sure you pull the stitches tight to keep it invisible.

?2018 Chie Powleswww.aidieandjellybean.etsy.com 2 16Hello, May!

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