Panda Ear Saver Pattern

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Copyright © 2020 BriAbbyCROCHET PANDA
EAR SAVER
PATTERN
MATERIALS:
***You can use any worsted weight/ cat.
4 yarns, but COTTON IS THE BEST FOR
REPEATED HOT WASHING!***
*Lily Sugar ‘n Cream
-White – Small amount
-Black – Small amount
*DMC 25 Embroidery Floss (See page 2 for
a list of materials you can substitute for
this if you don’t want to use embroidery
floss)
-Brown (#898)
-Black
*Sewing needle with large eye
*2 Black Buttons (preferably 7/8” or 1”)
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MATERIAL SUBSTITUTIONS FOR EYES (This applies to the black, white and eye color)
1) Half a strand of category 4 yarn (you will need to unwind it and split the strand in half).
2) One strand size 3 crochet thread.
3) One strand of category 3 yarn.
4) Two strands size 10 crochet thread.
HELPFUL NOTES
*To make your ear savers larger or smaller than mine (The buttons are about 4.5” apart on mine) you can adjust
your hook size up or down after matching my gauge.
*After a chain or turning chain you will always work next stitch in same stitch as chain unless otherwise indicated.
*When the pattern says “join” it means to join with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning stitch of round or row
*When you see ** followed by a number, that is indicating the number of stitches you should have done in that row
or round. Chains & slip stitches do not count in this total.
*Instructions within brackets [ ] are a set and need to be done the total number of times indicated after the
brackets. A set also can be done all in one stitch if indicated after the brackets.
*If you are not familiar with a magic loop (magic circle) then you can start with a ch 2 and SC the indicated number
of sts in 2nd ch from hook. Or you can refer to YouTube tutorials.
Copyright © 2020 BriAbbyABBREVIATIONS
Ch Chain
TCh Turning Chain
SC Single Crochet
HDC Half Double Crochet
DC Double Crochet
st (sts) Stitch (stitches)
SC Dec Single Crochet Decrease (or SC 2 together)
sl st Slip Stitch
SIZE:
6 x 3 1/2”
GAUGE:
18 SC sts x 18 rows = 4” x 4” working with G Hook (4 mm). It is
not necessary to match my gauge for this project, but if you
would like your buttons to be about 5 inches apart then you
will want to match gauge. HOOK:
C Hook (2.75 mm)
G Hook (4 mm)

BASE – Use white and G hook.
Begin with Ch 16
Rnd 1: SC in second ch from hook, SC in next 3 sts, HDC in next
7 sts, SC in next 3 sts, 3 SC in last st (turning chain clockwise
and working around to the opposite side of the chain), SC in next
3 sts, HDC in next 7 sts, SC in next 3 sts, 2 SC in last st, join
**32 sts
Rnd 2 : Ch 1, 2 SC in first st, SC in next 4 sts, HDC in next 5 sts,
SC in next 4 sts, 2 SC in next 3 sts, SC in next 4 sts, HDC in next
5 sts, SC in next 4 sts, 2 SC in last 2 sts, join **38 sts
Rnd 3: Ch 1, 2 SC in first st, SC in next 16 sts, 2 SC in each of
next 3 sts, SC in next 16 sts, 2 SC in each of last 2 sts, join
**44 sts
Rnd 4 : Ch 1, 2 SC in first st, SC in next 19 sts, 2 SC in each of
next 3 sts, SC in next 19 sts, 2 SC in each of last 2 sts, join
**50 sts
Rnd 5: Ch 1, SC in first 22 sts, 2 SC in each of next 3 sts, SC in
next 22 sts, 2 SC in each of last 3 sts, join **56 sts
Finish off and hide end.
MUZZLE – Use G hook and white yarn
Rnd 1 : Magic loop of 8 SC, join **8 sts
Rnd 2 : Ch 1, SC in first 3 sts, 3 SC in next st, SC in next 3 sts, 3
SC in last st, join **12 sts
Rnd 3 : Ch 1, SC in first 3 sts, 2 SC in next st, 3 SC in next st, 2
SC in next st, SC in next 3 sts, 2 SC in next st, 3 SC in next st, 2
SC in last st, join **20 sts
Rnd 4 : Ch 1, SC in first 6 sts, 3 SC in next st, SC in next 9 sts, 3
SC in next st, SC in last 3 sts, join **24 sts
Finish off leaving a tail for sewing
EYE PATCH (Make 2)- Use black and G hook
Rnd 1: Begin with a magic loop of 4 SC (Do not join) **4 sts
Rnd 2: TCh 1, 2 SC in each st around **8 sts
Rnd 3: TCh 1, 2 SC in first st, SC in next st, 2 SC in next st, SC
in next 2 sts, sl st in last 3 sts **7 sts
Finish off leaving a tail for sewing EYES (Make 2)- Start with black EMBROIDERY FLOSS
(or substitute from page 2) and C hook
Rnd 1: Begin with a magic loop of 5 SC, join **5 sts
Finish off black and attach brown embroidery floss (or half
a strand of yarn) in same st.
Rnd 2: Ch 1, 2 SC in each st around, join **10 sts
Finish off leaving a short tail for sewing
EARS (Make 2) – Use black and G hook.
Rnd 1: Begin with a magic loop of 4 SC (do not join) **4 sts
Rnd 2: TCh 1, 2 SC in each st around **8 sts
Rnd 3: TCh 1, 2 SC in first st, [SC in next st, 2 SC in next st] 3
times, 3 SC in last st (rotating your piece clockwise and
continuing to work your next stitches along the flat side of your
piece), work 4 SC evenly across the flat side, slip stitch in the
first st of your round **18 sts
Finish off leaving tail for sewing
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ASSEMBLY
STEP 1 : You will straight stitch the nose on the muzzle using black
yarn. Refer to Figure A to see how I do it:
1) Pull up through 1 and down through 2
2) Pull up through 1 and down through 3
3) Pull up through 1 and down through 4
4) Pull up through 1 and down through 5
5) Pull up through 1 and down through 6
6) Pull up through 1 and down through 7
7) Pull up through 2 and down through 7
Finish off on the inside of the muzzle
STEP 2: Center muzzle on your base on the very bottom and
sew all the way around with whipstitch. Do not stuff!
STEP 3: Sew the eye near the right side of one eyepatch and
near the left side of the other eyepatch. I also like to attach a little
piece of white yarn to the back of the patch and straight stitch on
a twinkle on the eye (See Figure B) STEP 4: Sew eyepatches on with backstitch right at the top of
the muzzle with 4-5 stitches between them (See Figure C)
STEP 5: Place the ears at the top of the head with 10 sts
between them and overlapping only about 1 ½ rounds on the
base. Sew down the bottom front with a backstitch and then
when you get to the back sew with whipstitch where the ear
meets the base. Do not finish off tails because you sew the
buttons on with them.
STEP 6: Place a button in the center of each ear and sew down
with black tails from your ears. Sew securely, but not too tight up
against the yarn so the elastics from masks can slide under the
buttons.
. . . AND YOU’RE DONE! CONGRATULATIONS!
Copyright © 2020 BriAbby 4Figure A
Figure B Figure C

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