# Tom Hippo, Flup Canary, Rudi Goldfish and Willy Frog Amigurumi Free Patterns

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with Tom Hippo, Flup Canary, Rudi Goldfish and Willy Frog

Crochet pattern

## Technique instructions

To make amigurumi toys, you work in a spiral, this means that the row doesn’t end in a slip

stitch, it just goes on in the next row.

So it is important to count your stitches or to mark the end or beginning of a row with a thread

or a stitch marker.

The stitches have to be close together or the stuffing will come through. If the holes between

the stitches are too big you can use a smaller hook or thicker yarn. However, if you use

thicker yarn, you’ll need more of it.

The thicker the yarn, the bigger the toy will be and the thinner the yarn, the smaller the toy

will be.

Stuffing

Fiberfill is perfect for stuffing, but it tends to shrink after a while. So put a lot of stuffing in the

toy. To stuff smaller parts you can use the back of a pencil or the back of a crochet hook or

anything else you have lying around.

## Abbreviation of crochet stitches

American crochet terms

Chain: ch

Single crochet: sc

Slip stitch: sl st

Half double crochet: hdc

Double crochet: dc

Treble crochet: tr

Double treble crochet: dtr

Increasing

Crocheting several stitches in one stitch. E.g.: 3sc in 1

Crocheting several types of stitches in one stitch. E.g.: (1dc, 1sc, 1dc) in 1

Decreasing

Crocheting several stitches together. E.g.: 2sc tog

Crocheting several types of stitches together: E.g.: (1sc, 1dc, 1sc) tog

## The pattern

Bits that are between brackets have to be repeated. E.g.: (2sc, 2sc in 1) x 6, repeat the bit

between brackets 6 times.

Bits between square brackets have to be repeated. E.g.: [2sc, (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 2, 1sc] x 3.

The bit between brackets has to be done twice, the entire thing between square bracket has

to be done 3 times.

The number between brackets at the end of the row gives the total of stitches in that row.

Tips

I find it easier to sew the arms, legs, tails onto the body before I stuff it, this way I can fasten

the ends at the inside of the body.

Leave a long piece of yarn at the end of, for example, an arm to sew the arm to the body.

## Specifications

Sizes : Tom Hippo: 50 cm (19,5 inches)

Flup Canary: 8 cm (3 inches)

Rudi Goldfish: 23 cm (9 inches) long

Willy Frog: 40 cm (16 inches)

The Cart: 18 cm (7 inches) long

Difficulty level: hard

Stitches used: ch, sl st, sc, dc, tr, lp st

lp st is the loop stitch, explained on previous page

## Needed

2mm hook

A piece of cardboard for the cart, I used a box of frozen pizza

Yarn: Annell Cotton 8:

Black (59): leftovers

Blue (40): ¼ ball

Brown (30): 2 balls

Dark brown (01): leftovers

Dark orange (03): ½ ball

Green (46): 3,5 balls

Grey (57): 6 balls

Ivory (56): 1,5 balls

Light blue (42): ¼ ball

Light brown (28): ½ ball

Orange (21): 1,5 balls

Red (12): ¼ ball

White (43): ¼ ball

Yellow (05): ½ ball

Tom Hippo

## Tom Eye (make 2)

These are not stuffed

With black

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Fasten off, sew the eyes onto the head between

rows 63 and 66 with 10 stitches in between.

## Tom Nostril (make 2)

These are not stuffed

With grey

Ch 2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Fold the nostril in half and make 8sc through both layers closing the opening.

Fasten off and sew the nostrils onto the head between rows 30 and 33 with 19 stitches in

between.

Curve the nostrils while you sew them on, there are 6 stitches between the edges.

## Tom Ear (make 2)

These are not stuffed

With grey

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 30sc

Row 7 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 8 36sc

Row 9 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 10-13 42sc

Row 14 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (36)

Row 15 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)

Row 16 30sc

Row 17 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)

Fold the ear in half, make 11sc through both layers closing the opening and fasten off.

Sew the ears onto row 84 of the head with 42 stitches in between.

## Tom Diving Glasses

Begin with light blue

Ch14, work on both sides of the chain, start in the 2 nd ch from the hook

Row 1 2sc in 1, 11sc, 3sc in 1, proceed on the other side of the chain: 2sc in 1, 11sc, 3sc in 1 (32)

Row 2 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 11sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 2 (36)

Row 3 1sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 11sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 3sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 11sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 2sc (44)

Row 4 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 15sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 2 (48)

Row 5 (3sc, 3sc in 1, 15sc, 3sc in 1, 4sc) x 2 (56)

Row 6 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 17sc, 2sc in 1, 5sc) x 2 (60)

Row 7 (4sc, 3sc in 1, 19sc, 3sc in 1, 5sc) x 2 (68)

Row 8 (5sc, 2sc in 1, 21sc, 2sc in 1, 6sc) x 2 (72)

Switch to green yarn

Row 9 (5sc, 3sc in 1, 23sc, 3sc in 1, 6sc) x 2 (80)

Row 10 80sc, work only in the back loops

Row 11 80sc

Row 12 (5sc, 3sc tog, 23sc, 3sc tog, 6sc) x 2 (72)

Row 13 72sc

Fasten off.

Work in the remaining loops of row 9: 80sc

Fasten off, stuff and sew the diving glasses onto the head between rows 71 and 84.

## Tom Head

With grey

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)

Row 10 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 4sc) x 6 (60)

Row 11 (9sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (66)

Row 12 (5sc, 2sc in 1, 5sc) x 6 (72)

Row 13 (11sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (78)

Row 14 (6sc, 2sc in 1, 6sc) x 6 (84)

Row 15 (13sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (90)

Row 16 (7sc, 2sc in 1, 7sc) x 6 (96)

Row 17 (15sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (102)

Row 18 (8sc, 2sc in 1, 8sc) x 6 (108)

Row 19 (17sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (114)

Row 20 (9sc, 2sc in 1, 9sc) x 6 (120)

Row 21 120sc

Row 22 (19sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (126)

Row 23 (10sc, 2sc in 1, 10sc) x 6 (132)

Row 24 (21sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (138)

Row 25 (11sc, 2sc in 1, 11sc) x 6 (144)

Row 26 144sc

Row 27 (23sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (150)

Row 28-45 150sc

Row 46 (23sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (144)

Row 47-48 144sc

Row 49 (11sc, 2sc tog, 11sc) x 6 (138)

Row 50 138sc

Row 51 (21sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (132)

Row 52 132sc

Row 53 (10sc, 2sc tog, 10sc) x 6 (126)

Row 54 126sc

Row 55 (19sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (120)

Row 56-61 120sc

Row 62 (19sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (126)

Row 63 (10sc, 2sc in 1, 10sc) x 6 (132)

Row 64 132sc

Row 65 (21sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (138)

Row 66-81 138sc

Row 82 (21sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (132)

Row 83 132sc

Row 84 (10sc, 2sc tog, 10sc) x 6 (126)

Row 85 126sc

Sew the eyes, the nostrils, the ears and the diving glasses onto the head

Row 86 (19sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (120)

Row 87 120sc

Row 88 (9sc, 2sc tog, 9sc) x 6 (114)

Row 89 (17sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (108)

Row 90 (8sc, 2sc tog, 8sc) x 6 (102)

Row 91 (15sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (96)

Row 92 (7sc, 2sc tog, 7sc) x 6 (90)

Row 93 (13sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (84)

Row 94 (6sc, 2sc tog, 6sc) x 6 (78)

Row 95 (11sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (72)

Row 96 (5sc, 2sc tog, 5sc) x 6 (66)

Row 97 (9sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (60)

Stuff

Row 98 (4sc, 2sc tog, 4sc) x 6 (54)

Row 99 (7sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (48)

Row 100 (3sc, 2sc tog, 3sc) x 6 (42)

Row 101 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (36)

Row 102 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)

Stuff some more

Row 103 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)

Row 104 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 6 (18)

Row 105 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (12)

Row 106 (2sc tog) x 6 (6)

Fasten off, thread through the front loops of the stitches of the last row and pull so the hole

closes.

## Tom Strap Diving Glasses

With blue

Ch6, start in the 2nd ch from the hook, work back and forth

Row 1 5sc

Row 2-107 ch1, 4sc

Before you fasten off check whether the strap fits around the head.

Fasten off.

Sew the ends of the strap against the diving glasses between rows 75 and 80 of the head.

Sew the strap onto the bottom of the back of the

head between rows 78 and 83.

## Tom Snorkel

Stuff as work progresses

Start with green

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 24sc, work only in the back loops

Row 6-24 24sc

The chain stitches in the next few rows are turning chains, these don’t count as a stitch so

you don’t have to make any stitches in them.

Row 25 6sc, ch1, turn, leave the other stitches unworked (6)

Row 26 6sc, ch1, turn

Row 27 6sc, 2sc tog in the side and the next stitch of row 24, ch1, turn (7)

Row 28 7sc, 2sc tog in the side and the next stitch of row 24, ch1, turn (8)

Row 29 8sc, 2sc tog in the side and the next stitch of row 24, proceed on row 24: 14sc,

2sc tog in the next stitch and the side (24)

Row 30-78 24sc

Switch to blue yarn

Row 79-88 24sc

Row 89 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 6, work only in the back loops (18)

Row 90 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (12)

Row 91 (2sc tog) x 6 (6)

Fasten off, thread through the front loops of the stitches of the last row and pull so the hole

closes.

Sew the snorkel onto the strap of the diving glasses on the right side of the head.

## Tom Arm (make 2)

Start with ivory

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)

Row 10 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 4sc) x 6 (60)

Row 11 (9sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (66)

Row 12 (5sc, 2sc in 1, 5sc) x 6 (72)

Row 13 (11sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (78)

Row 14 (6sc, 2sc in 1, 6sc) x 6 (84)

Row 15 (13sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (90) mark the 31st, 41st and 51st stitch

Switch to grey yarn

Row 16 90sc, work only in the back loops

Row 17-20 90sc

Row 21 (13sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (84)

Row 22 84sc

Finish the fingers

Row 23 (13sc, 2sc tog, 13sc) x 3 (81)

Row 24-28 81sc

Row 29 (25sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (78)

Row 30-32 78sc

Row 33 (12sc, 2sc tog, 12sc) x 3 (75)

Row 34-36 75sc

Row 37 (23sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (72)

Row 38-40 72sc

Row 41 (11sc, 2sc tog, 11sc) x 3 (69)

Row 42-44 69sc

Row 45 (21sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (66)

Row 46-48 66sc

Row 49 (10sc, 2sc tog, 10sc) x 3 (63)

Row 50-52 63sc

Row 53 (19sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (60)

Row 54-56 60sc

Row 57 (9sc, 2sc tog, 9sc) x 3 (57)

Row 58-60 57sc

Row 61 (17sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (54)

Row 62-63 54sc

Row 64 (8sc, 2sc tog, 8sc) x 3 (51)

Row 65-66 51sc

Row 67 (15sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (48)

Row 68-69 48sc

Row 70 (7sc, 2sc tog, 7sc) x 3 (45)

Row 71-72 45sc

Make 17sc, stuff, fold the arm in half and make 22sc through both layers closing the opening.

Fasten off and sew the arms onto row 77 of the body.

## Tom Leg (make 2)

Start with ivory

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

## Tom Finger (make 6)

These are not stuffed

With ivory

Work in the remaining loops of row 15 of the arm, start every finger in a marked stitch

Work back and forth

The chain stitches in the next few rows are turning chains, these don’t count as a stitch so you don’t have to make any stitches in them

Row 1-2 10sc, ch1, turn (10)

Row 3 2sc tog, 6sc, 2sc tog, ch1, turn (8)

Row 4 2sc tog, 4sc, 2sc tog, ch1, turn (6)

Row 5 2sc tog, 2sc, 2sc tog, ch1, turn (4)

Fasten off and sew the fingers onto the arm.

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)

Row 10 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 4sc) x 6 (60)

Row 11 (9sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (66)

Row 12 (5sc, 2sc in 1, 5sc) x 6 (72)

Row 13 (11sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (78)

Row 14 (6sc, 2sc in 1, 6sc) x 6 (84)

Row 15 (13sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (90)

Row 16 (7sc, 2sc in 1, 7sc) x 6 (96)

Row 17 (15sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (102) mark the 34th, 46th and 58th stitch

Switch to grey yarn

Row 18 102sc, work only in the back loops

Row 19-23 102sc

Row 24 (15sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (96)

Row 25 96sc

Row 26 (7sc, 2sc tog, 7sc) x 6 (90)

Finish the toes

Row 27-30 90sc

Row 31 (14sc, 2sc tog, 14sc) x 3 (87)

Row 32-34 87sc

Row 35 (27sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (84)

Row 36-38 84sc

Row 39 (13sc, 2sc tog, 13sc) x 3 (81)

Row 40-42 81sc

Row 43 (25sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (78)

Row 44-46 78sc

Row 47 (12sc, 2sc tog, 12sc) x 3 (75)

Row 48-50 75sc

Row 51 (23sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (72)

Row 52-53 72sc

Row 54 (11sc, 2sc tog, 11sc) x 3 (69)

Row 55-56 69sc

Row 57 (21sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (66)

Row 58-59 66sc

Row 60 (10sc, 2sc tog, 10sc) x 3 (63)

Row 61-62 63sc

Row 63 (19sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (60)

Row 64-65 60sc

Row 66 (9sc, 2sc tog, 9sc) x 3 (57)

Row 67-68 57sc

Fasten off, stuff and sew the legs onto the bottom of the body between rows 1 and 21.

## Tom Tail

The tail is not stuffed

With grey

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (9)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 3 (12)

## Tom Toe (make 6)

These are not stuffed

With ivory

Work in the remaining loops of row 17 of the leg, start every toe in a marked stitch

Work back and forth

The chain stitches in the next few rows are turning chains, these don’t count as a stitch so you don’t have to make any stitches in them

Row 1-2 12sc, ch1, turn (12)

Row 3 2sc tog, 8sc, 2sc tog, ch1, turn (10)

Row 4 2sc tog, 6sc, 2sc tog, ch1, turn (8)

Row 5 2sc tog, 4sc, 2sc tog, ch1, turn (6)

Row 6 2sc tog, 2sc, 2sc tog (4)

Fasten off and sew the toes onto the leg.

Row 4 12sc

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (15)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 3 (18)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (21)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 3 (24)

Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (27)

Row 10-15 27sc

Row 16 (7sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (24)

Row 17 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 6 (18)

Row 18 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (12)

Fold the tail in half, make 5sc through both layers closing the opening and fasten off.

Sew the tail onto row 23 of the body.

## Tom Body

With grey

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)

Row 10 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 4sc) x 6 (60)

Row 11 (9sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (66)

Row 12 (5sc, 2sc in 1, 5sc) x 6 (72)

Row 13 (11sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (78)

Row 14 (6sc, 2sc in 1, 6sc) x 6 (84)

Row 15 (13sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (90)

Row 16 (7sc, 2sc in 1, 7sc) x 6 (96)

Row 17 (15sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (102)

Row 18 (8sc, 2sc in 1, 8sc) x 6 (108)

Row 19 (17sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (114)

Row 20 (9sc, 2sc in 1, 9sc) x 6 (120)

Row 21 (19sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (126)

Row 22 (10sc, 2sc in 1, 10sc) x 6 (132)

Row 23 132sc

Row 24 (21sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (138)

Row 25 (11sc, 2sc in 1, 11sc) x 6 (144)

Row 26 (23sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (150)

Row 27 150sc

Row 28 (12sc, 2sc in 1, 12sc) x 6 (156)

Row 29 156sc

Row 30 (25sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (162)

Sew the legs and the tail onto the body

Row 31-55 162sc

Row 56 (25sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (156)

Row 57-61 156sc

Row 62 (12sc, 2sc tog, 12sc) x 6 (150)

Row 63-65 150sc

Row 66 (23sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (144)

Row 67 144sc

Row 68 (11sc, 2sc tog, 11sc) x 6 (138)

Row 69 138sc

Row 70 (21sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (132)

Row 71 132sc

Row 72 (10sc, 2sc tog, 10sc) x 6 (126)

Row 73 (19sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (120)

Row 74 (9sc, 2sc tog, 9sc) x 6 (114)

Row 75 (17sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (108)

Row 76 (8sc, 2sc tog, 8sc) x 6 (102)

Row 77 (15sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (96)

Row 78 (7sc, 2sc tog, 7sc) x 6 (90)

Row 79 (13sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (84)

Row 80 (6sc, 2sc tog, 6sc) x 6 (78)

Row 81 78sc

Row 82 (11sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (72)

Row 83 (5sc, 2sc tog, 5sc) x 6 (66)

Row 84 (9sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (60)

Fasten off, sew the arms onto the body, stuff and sew the head onto the body.

## Flup Canary

## Flup Beak

With orange

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (9)

Row 3 9sc

Fasten off, stuff and sew the beak onto the head

between rows 12 and 16.

## Flup Head

With yellow

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 24sc

Row 6 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 7 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 8-12 36sc

Row 13 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)

Row 14 30sc

Row 15 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)

Row 16 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 6 (18)

Sew the beak onto the head, sew the eyes with black on row 11, 1 stitch whide with 4

stitches in between, stuff the head

Row 17 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (12)

Row 18 (2sc tog) x 6 (6)

Fasten off, thread through the front loops of the stitches of the last row and pull so the hole

closes.

## Flup Diving Glasses

Start with light blue

Ch4, work on both sides of the chain, start in the 2nd ch from the hook

Row 1 2sc in 1, 1sc, 3sc in 1, proceed on the other side of the chain: 2sc in 1, 1sc, 3sc in 1 (12)

Row 2 (2sc in 1, 3sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 2 (16)

Switch to green yarn

Row 3 (2sc in 1, 5sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 2 (20)

Row 4 20sc, work only the back loops

Row 5 20sc

Fasten off, stuff and sew the diving glasses onto the head between rows 3 and 9.

## Flup Strap Diving Glasses

It is not stuffed

With blue

Ch27, check whether this fits around the head

Start in the 2nd ch from the hook: 26sc

Sew the strap around the head and onto the edges of the diving glasses.

## Flup Snorkel

Stuff as work progresses

Start with green

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2-3 6sc

The chain stitches in the next few rows are turning chains, these don’t count as a stitch so

you don’t have to make any stitches in them

Row 4-5 2sc, ch1, turn, leave the other stitches unworked (2)

Row 6 2sc, 2sc tog in the side and the next stitch of row 3, proceed on row 3: 2sc,

2sc tog in the next stitch and the side (6)

Row 7-15 6sc

Switch to blue yarn

Row 16-17 6sc

Fasten off, thread through the front loops of the stitches of the last row and pull so the hole

closes. Sew the snorkel onto the strap of the diving glasses on the left side of the head.

## Flup Wing (make 2)

These are not stuffed

The loop stitch (lp st) is explained on page 3

With yellow

Ch2

Row 1 6lp st in first ch

Row 2 2lp st in every lp st (12)

Row 3-5 12lp st

Fold the wing in half and make 5lp st through both layers closing the opening. Fasten off.

Sew the wings onto row 13 of the body.

## Flup Tail

It is not stuffed

With yellow

Ch2

Row 1 6lp st in first ch

Row 2 6lp st

Fold the tail in half and make 2lp st through both layers closing the opening. Fasten off.

Sew the tail onto row 4 of the body.

## Flup Body

With yellow

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 24sc

Row 6 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 7-12 30sc

Row 13 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)

Row 14 24sc

Row 15 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 6 (18)

Fasten off. Sew the wings and the tail onto the body. Stuff and sew the head onto the body.

## Willy Frog

## Willy Pupil (make 2)

These are not stuffed

With black

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Fasten off and sew the pupil onto the eyeball between rows 8 and 12.

## Willy Eyeball (make 2)

With white

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (27)

Row 6 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 4sc) x 3 (30)

Row 7 (9sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (33)

Row 8 (5sc, 2sc in 1, 5sc) x 3 (36)

Row 9-11 36sc

Row 12 (5sc, 2sc tog, 5sc) x 3 (33)

Row 13 (9sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (30)

Row 14 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)

Fasten off, sew the pupil onto the eyeball and stuff.

Sew the eyeballs onto the head between rows 13 and 23 with 10 stitches in between.

## Willy Eyelid (make 2)

These are not stuffed

With green

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)

Row 10 (8sc, 2sc tog, 8sc) x 3 (51)

Row 11 (15sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (48)

Row 12 48sc

Row 13 (7sc, 2sc tog, 7sc) x 3 (45)

Row 14 (13sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (42)

Row 15 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (36)

Fold the eyelid in half, make 7sc through both layers closing the opening and fasten off.

Sew the eyelid onto the head around the bottom of the eyeball and sew the edges of the

eyelid onto the eyeball, 7 stitches next to the pupil.

## Willy Head

With green

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)

Row 10 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 4sc) x 6 (60)

Row 11 (9sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (66)

Row 12 (5sc, 2sc in 1, 5sc) x 6 (72)

Row 13 (11sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (78)

Row 14 78sc

Row 15 (6sc, 2sc in 1, 6sc) x 6 (84)

Row 16-25 84sc

Row 26 (6sc, 2sc tog, 6sc) x 6 (78)

Row 27 78sc

Row 28 (11sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (72)

Row 29 72sc

Sew the nostrils, with black, onto row 6 of the head, 1 stitch whide, with 8 stitches in between

Sew the eyeballs and eyelids onto the head

Row 30 (5sc, 2sc tog, 5sc) x 6 (66)

Row 31 66sc

Row 32 (9sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (60)

Row 33 (4sc, 2sc tog, 4sc) x 6 (54)

Row 34 (7sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (48)

Row 35 (3sc, 2sc tog, 3sc) x 6 (42)

Row 36 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (36)

Row 37 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)

Stuff

Row 38 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)

Row 39 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 6 (18)

Row 40 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (12)

Row 41 (2sc tog) x 6 (6)

Fasten off, thread through the front loops of the stitches of the last row and pull so the hole

closes.

## Willy Arm (make 2)

Start with the fingers

With green

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (15)

Row 4-6 15sc

Row 7 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (12)

Row 8 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 3 (9)

Row 9-14 9sc

Fasten off. Make a 2 nd finger from row 1 to 14, fasten off, make a 3rd finger from row 1 to 14,

DON’T fasten off but proceed as follows:

Row 15 4sc, proceed on the 2nd finger: 4sc, proceed on the 1 st finger: 9sc, proceed on the 2 nd finger: 5sc (mark a stitch on this side, it’s the outside of the hand), proceed on the 3rd finger: 5sc (27)

If a hole appears between the fingers, thread through it and pull so the hole closes and the

stuffing doesn’t come out

Row 16 (7sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (24)

Row 17 (2sc tog) x 12 (12)

Stuff

Row 18 (2sc tog) x 6 (6)

Row 19 6sc

Row 20 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (9)

Row 21 9sc

Row 22 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 3 (12)

Row 23 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (15)

Row 24-31 15sc

Row 32 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (12)

Stuff

Row 33 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 3 (9)

Row 34 9sc

Stuff some more

Row 35 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (6)

Row 36 6sc

Row 37 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (9)

Row 38 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 3 (12)

Row 39 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (15)

Row 40 15sc

Row 41 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 3 (18)

Row 42 18sc

Row 43 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (21)

Row 44 21sc

Row 45 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 3 (24)

Row 46-52 24sc

Row 53 (3sc, 2sc tog, 3sc) x 3 (21)

Row 54 21sc

Row 55 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (18)

Row 56 18sc

Stuff

Row 57 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 3 (15)

Row 58 15sc

Row 59 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (12)

Row 60 12sc

Stuff some more

Row 61 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 3 (9)

Row 62 9sc

Row 63 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (6)

Fold the arm in half, make 2sc through both layers closing the opening and fasten off.

Sew the arms onto row 46 of the body, make sure the marked outside of the hand is pointing

outwards.

## Willy Leg (make 2)

Start with the toes

With green

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (15)

Row 4 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 3 (18)

Row 5-7 18sc

Row 8 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 3 (15)

Row 9 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (12)

Row 10-18 12sc

Fasten off. Make a 2nd toe from row 1 to 18 and fasten off. Make a 3rd toe from row 1 to 18,

DON’T fasten off but proceed as follows:

Row 19 6sc, proceed on the 2 nd toe: 6sc, proceed on the 1 st toe: 12sc, proceed on the 2 nd toe: 6sc, proceed on the 3 rd toe: 6sc (36)

If a hole appears between the toes, thread through it and pull so the hole closes and the stuffing doesn’t come out

Row 20 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)

Row 21 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)

Row 22 (2sc tog) x 12 (12)

Stuff

Row 23 (2sc tog) x 6 (6)

Row 24 6sc

Row 25 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (9)

Row 26 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 3 (12)

Row 27 12sc

Row 28 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (15)

Row 29 15sc

Row 30 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 3 (18)

Row 31-38 18sc

Row 39 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 3 (15)

Row 40 15sc

Row 41 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (12)

Row 42 12sc

Stuff

Row 43 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 3 (9)

Row 44 9sc

Stuff some more

Row 45 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (6)

Row 46 6sc

Row 47 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (9)

Row 48 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 3 (12)

Row 49 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (15)

Row 50 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 3 (18)

Row 51 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (21)

Row 52 21sc

Row 53 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 3 (24)

Row 54 24sc

Row 55 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (27)

Row 56 27sc

Row 57 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 4sc) x 3 (30)

Row 58-68 30sc

Row 69 (4sc, 2sc tog, 4sc) x 3 (27)

Row 70 27sc

Row 71 (7sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (24)

Row 72 24sc

Row 73 (3sc, 2sc tog, 3sc) x 3 (21)

Stuff

Row 74 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (18)

Row 75 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 3 (15)

Row 76 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (12)

Stuff some more

Row 77 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 3 (9)

Row 78 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (6)

Fold the leg in half, make 2sc through both layers closing the opening and fasten off.

Sew the legs onto the body between rows 6 and 8.

## Willy Body

With green

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)

Row 10 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 4sc) x 6 (60)

Row 11 (9sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (66)

Row 12 66sc

Row 13 (5sc, 2sc in 1, 5sc) x 6 (72)

Row 14 (11sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (78)

Row 15 (6sc, 2sc in 1, 6sc) x 6 (84)

Sew the legs onto the body

Row 16-33 84sc

Row 34 (6sc, 2sc tog, 6sc) x 6 (78)

Row 35-37 78sc

Row 38 (11sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (72)

Row 39-40 72sc

Row 41 (5sc, 2sc tog, 5sc) x 6 (66)

Row 42-43 66sc

Row 44 (9sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (60)

Row 45 60sc

Row 46 (4sc, 2sc tog, 4sc) x 6 (54)

Row 47 (7sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (48)

Row 48 (3sc, 2sc tog, 3sc) x 6 (42)

Row 49 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (36)

Row 50 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)

Fasten off, sew the arms onto the body, stuff and sew the head onto the body.

## Willy Towel

Start with ivory

Work back and forth

Ch101, start in the 2nd ch from the hook

Row 1 100sc

Row 2 ch1, turn, 99sc

Fasten off and switch to dark orange yarn

Row 3 100sc

Row 4-10 ch1, turn, 99sc

Fasten off and switch to ivory yarn

Row 11 100sc

Row 12-18 ch1, turn, 99sc

Fasten off and switch to dark orange yarn

Row 19 100sc

Row 20-26 ch1, turn, 99sc

Fasten off and switch to ivory yarn

Row 27 100sc

Row 28-34 ch1, turn, 99sc

Fasten off and switch to dark orange yarn

Row 35 100sc

Row 36-42 ch1, turn, 99sc

Fasten off and switch to ivory yarn

Row 43 100sc

Row 44 ch1, turn, 99sc

Fasten off.

Rudi Goldfish

## Rudi Pupil (make 2)

These are not stuffed

With black

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Fasten off and sew the pupil onto the eyeball between rows 4 and 7.

## Rudi Eyeball (make 2)

With white

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 24sc

Row 6 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 7 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 8-9 36sc

Fasten off, sew the pupil onto the eyeball and stuff.

Sew the eyeballs onto the head between rows 7 and 19 with 9 stitches in between.

## Rudi Eyelid (make 2)

These are not stuffed

With orange

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)

Fold the eyelid in half, make 26sc through both layers closing the opening and fasten off.

Sew the eyelid onto the head at the bottom of the eyeball and sew the edge of the eyelid

onto the eyeball, 4 stitches next to the pupil.

## Rudi Side Fin (make 2)

With orange

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (9)

Row 3 9sc

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 3 (12)

Row 5 2sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 4sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 2sc (16)

Row 6 3sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 6sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 3sc (20)

Row 7 20sc

Row 8 4sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 8sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 4sc (24)

Row 9 5sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 10sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 5sc (28)

Row 10 28sc

Row 11 6sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 12sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 6sc (32)

Row 12 7sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 14sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 7sc (36)

Row 13 36sc

Row 14 8sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 16sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 8sc (40)

Row 15-20 40sc

Row 21 9sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 16sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 7sc (36)

Row 22 36sc

Row 23 8sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 14sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 6sc (32)

Row 24 32sc

Row 25 7sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 12sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 5sc (28)

Row 26 6sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 10sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 4sc (24)

Row 27 5sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 8sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 3sc (20)

Make 7sc, stuff, fold the fin in half, make 9sc through both layers closing the opening and

fasten off.

Sew the fins onto row 27 of the body with 44 stitches in between over the back.

## Rudi Body

With orange

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 48sc

Row 10 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)

Row 11 (4sc, 2sc in 1, 4sc) x 6 (60)

Row 12 (9sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (66)

Row 13 (5sc, 2sc in 1, 5sc) x 6 (72)

Row 14 (11sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (78)

Row 15 78sc

Row 16 (6sc, 2sc in 1, 6sc) x 6 (84)

Row 17 (13sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (90)

Row 18 90sc

Row 19 (7sc, 2sc in 1, 7sc) x 6 (96)

Row 20-35 96sc

Sew the eyeballs, the eyelids and the side fins onto the body

Row 36 (7sc, 2sc tog, 7sc) x 6 (90)

Row 37-39 90sc

Row 40 (13sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (84)

Row 41 84sc

Row 42 (6sc, 2sc tog, 6sc) x 6 (78)

Row 43 (11sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (72)

Row 44 72sc

Row 45 (5sc, 2sc tog, 5sc) x 6 (66)

Row 46 (9sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (60)

Row 47 60sc

Row 48 (4sc, 2sc tog, 4sc) x 6 (54)

Row 49 (7sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (48)

Row 50 48sc

Row 51 (3sc, 2sc tog, 3sc) x 6 (42)

Row 52 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (36)

Row 53 36sc

Stuff

Row 54 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)

Row 55 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)

Row 56 24sc

Row 57 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 6 (18)

Stuff some more

Row 58 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (12)

Row 59 (2sc tog) x 6 (6)

Fasten off.

## Rudi Tail Fin (make 2)

With orange

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3-5 12sc

Row 6 2sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 4sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 2sc (16)

Row 7 3sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 6sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 3sc (20)

Row 8 20sc

Row 9 4sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 8sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 4sc (24)

Row 10 5sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 10sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 5sc (28)

Row 11 28sc

Row 12 6sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 12sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 6sc (32)

Row 13 7sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 14sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 7sc (36)

Row 14 36sc

Row 15 8sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 16sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 8sc (40)

Row 16 9sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 18sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 9sc (44)

Row 17-24 44sc

Row 25 10sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 18sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 8sc (40)

Row 26 40sc

Row 27 9sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 16sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 7sc (36)

Row 28 36sc

Row 29 8sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 14sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 6sc (32)

Row 30 7sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 12sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 5sc (28)

Row 31 6sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 10sc, (2sc tog) x 2, 4sc (24)

Make 8sc, stuff, fold the fin in half, make 11sc through both layers closing the opening and

fasten off.

Sew the fins onto the body between rows 48 and 59.

## Rudi Cart Bottom (make 2)

With brown

Work back and forth

Ch45, start in the 2

nd ch from the hook

Row 1 44sc

Row 2-54 ch1, turn, 43sc

Fasten off.

Take a piece of cardboard and cut it 1mm (0,04 inch) smaller than the crochet bottom so you

can still work in the edges.

Put the 2 crochet bottoms on top of each other – it’s easier if you put the cardboard in later –

and join them, start in the next to last stitch of the last row:

1sc, 3sc in 1, 52sc (1sc for every row, skip the 1 st and last row), 3sc in 1, 42sc, 3sc in 1, 26sc, put the cardboard in, 26sc, 3sc in 1, 41sc, 1sl st in 1st sc (200)

Fasten off.

## Rudi Cart Long Side (make 4)

With brown

Work back and forth

Ch17, begin in the 2nd ch from the hook

Row 1 16sc

Row 2-54 ch1, turn, 15sc

Fasten off.

Cut 2 pieces of cardboard 1mm smaller than the crochet side.

Put 2 pieces of crochet side on top of each other and join them, begin in the next to last stitch of the last row:

1sc, 3sc in 1, 52sc (1sc for every row, skip the 1 st and last row), 3sc in 1, 14sc, 3sc in 1, put the cardboard in, 52sc, 3sc in 1, 13sc, 1sl st in 1st sc (144)

Fasten off and make a second long side.

## Rudi Cart Short Side (make 4)

With brown

Work back and forth

Ch45, start in the 2nd ch from the hook

Row 1 44sc

Row 2-16 ch1, turn, 43sc

Fasten off.

Cut 2 pieces of cardboard 1mm smaller than the crochet side.

Put 2 crochet sides on top of each other and join them, start in the next to last stitch of the

last row:

1sc, 3sc in 1, 14sc (1sc for every row, skip the 1 st and last row), 3sc in 1, 42sc, 3sc in 1, 14sc, 3sc in 1, put the cardboard in, 41sc, 1sl st in the 1 st sc (124)

Fasten off and make the second short side.

## Rudi Cart Assembling

Take a short and a long side and join the shortest sides of those with 18sc, start and end in

the corner, in the middle stitch of the 3sc in 1.

Fasten off.

Take the other short side and join it to the other end of the long side the same way.

Take the other long side and join it the same way to both ends of the short sides.

Take the bottom and join it to the bottom of the sides with single crochets.

When you joined the sides you created an edge, start in the bottom stitch of that edge and

join it to the corner of the bottom (the middle stitch of the 3sc in 1 of the bottom) with 3sc in 1,

make 54 sc on the long sides, 3sc in 1 in the corners as you did in the beginning and 44sc on

the short sides, end with a sl st in the 1st sc and fasten off.

## Rudi Cart Wheel (make 4)

With light brown

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)

Row 10 (17sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (57)

Row 11 (9sc, 2sc in 1, 9sc) x 3 (60)

Row 12-14 60sc

Row 15 (9sc, 2sc tog, 9sc) x 3 (57)

Row 16 (17sc, 2sc tog) x 3 (54)

Row 17 (7sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (48)

Row 18 (3sc, 2sc tog, 3sc) x 6 (42)

Row 19 (5sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (36)

Row 20 (2sc, 2sc tog, 2sc) x 6 (30)

Row 21 (3sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (24)

Stuff

Row 22 (1sc, 2sc tog, 1sc) x 6 (18)

Row 23 (1sc, 2sc tog) x 6 (12)

Row 24 (2sc tog) x 6 (6)

Fasten off.

## Rudi Cart Hubcap (make 8)

These are not stuffed

With dark brown

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Fasten off, leave a long end on 1 hubcap per wheel to sew them together. There are 2

hubcaps per wheel.

Put 1 hubcap on every side of a wheel.

Thread through a stitch of the last row of a hubcap, thread through the wheel and through a

stitch of the last row of the other hubcap. Return through the next stitch, through the wheel

and through the next stitch of the hubcap on the other side.

Go through all 6 stitches of the last row like this. Pull the yarn tight so the hubcap sinks into

the wheel.

Sew the wheels onto the cart, half the wheel should be visible under the cart.

## Rudi Ring on Cart

With brown

Work back and forth

Leave a long end at the beginning and at the end for sewing

Ch16, start in the 2 nd ch from the hook

Row 1 15sc

Row 2 ch1, turn, 14sc

Fasten off and sew the ring onto the front of the cart, at the bottom, with 6 stitches between

the edges of the ring.

## Rudi String on Cart

With dark brown

Ch251, start in the 2nd ch from the hook

Row 1 250sc

Fasten off, tie 1 end of the string to the ring on the cart and the other end around Tom’s arm.

## Rudi Sand Mold Castle

It is not stuffed

With red

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 48sc, work only in the back

loops

Row 10 48sc

Row 11 (15sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (51)

Row 12-13 51sc

Row 14 (8sc, 2sc in 1, 8sc) x 3 (54)

Row 15-16 54sc

Row 17 (17sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (57)

Row 18-19 57sc

Row 20 (9sc, 2sc in 1, 9sc) x 3 (60)

Row 21-22 60sc

Fasten off.

## Rudi Sand Mold Star

It is not stuffed

With yellow

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 3 (15)

Row 4 1sc, (1dc, 1tr, 1dc) in 1, 1sc, repeat 5 times (25)

Row 5 (1sc, 1dc, 4tr in 1, 1dc, 1sc) x 5 (40)

Row 6 40sc, work only in the back loops

Row 7-8 40sc

Fasten off.

## Rudi Sand Mold Turtle

## Turtle Shell

It is not stuffed

With green

Ch2

Row 1 6sc in first ch

Row 2 2sc in every sc (12)

Row 3 (1sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (18)

Row 4 (1sc, 2sc in 1, 1sc) x 6 (24)

## Sand Mold Castle Battlements

(make 4)

With red

Ch5, work on both sides of the chain,

start in the 2

nd ch from the hook

Row 1 2sc in 1, 2sc, 2sc in 1, proceed on the other side of the chain:

2sc in 1, 2sc, 2sc in 1 (12)

Row 2 12sc, work only in the back loops

Row 3-4 12sc

Fasten off, stuff and sew the battlements onto the castle between rows 5 and 9.

Row 5 (3sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (30)

Row 6 (2sc, 2sc in 1, 2sc) x 6 (36)

Row 7 (5sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (42)

Row 8 (3sc, 2sc in 1, 3sc) x 6 (48)

Row 9 (7sc, 2sc in 1) x 6 (54)

Row 10-13 54sc

Fasten off.

## Turtle Leg (make 4)

These are not stuffed

With green

Work back and forth

Ch3, work on both sides of the chain, start in the 2

nd chain from the hook

Row 1 1sc, 2sc in 1, proceed on the other side of the chain: 2sc in 1, 1sc (6)

Row 2 ch1, turn, 1sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 2sc (8)

Row 3-4 ch1, turn, 7sc (8)

Fasten off.

Sew the legs against the edge of the shell with 8 stitches in between.

The head will be in the larger space that remains between the legs.

## Turtle Head

It is not stuffed

With green

Work back and forth

Ch5, work on both sides of the chain, start in the 2

nd ch from the hook

Row 1 3sc, 2sc in 1, proceed on the other side of the chain: 2sc in 1, 3sc (10)

Row 2 ch1, turn, 3sc, (2sc in 1) x 2, 4sc (12)

Row 3-5 ch1, turn, 11sc (12)

Fasten off.

Sew the head against the edge of the shell, in the middle of the larger space between the

legs.