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Creepy Clown

By: Melinda Kindley


Please read the entire pattern before beginning.

Materials

Red Heart Super Saver in the following


colors
Safety eyes

One 7oz/198g skein each of


Gold 9mm (solid black will be fine as well)

White (used for the body, head and neck


ruffle)
Wire

Yellow (used for the main part of costume)


I use 14 gage and I double it. The wire frame
Cherry Red (used for nose, hair, mouth)
is used to make the clown posable and is
optional

4oz of

Black (used for shoes, and small details on Wooden dowel

face and costume)


I use the one that comes in the fiber fill (used
Real Teal (used for sleeves and neck ruffle)
for head support)

Dark Orchid (used for sleeves and neck


ruffle)
Masking tape

I double my wire and put a layer of tape


Small amount of
around it, if you purchase larger wire that
Orange (used for 3 small Pom Poms)
does not need to be doubled, you do not
Blue (used for the cuff on the sleeve)
need tape

Red Heart With Love Metallic


Super Glue

Half a skein
I use this to secure the safety eyes, I do not
Black (used for vest)
use the backs. If you plan on using the backs
or are not using safety eyes, you will not
Red Heart With Love
need glue. Because I do not use the backs I
Small amount
will not have a proper placement guide for
Boysenberry (used for border around vest)
you to use them however I will try to explain
it if you chose that

DMC Cotton Embroidery Floss

Yellow (used for eyes)


Fiber Fill

Orange (used for eyes)


One 16oz bag will be more than enough

White (used for eyes)

Bright Blue (used for triangles on face)


Hooks

Black (used for detail on leg ruffles, eyes, 3.25 mm

mouth)
3.5 mm

5 mm

Using other materials may result in a different size. Be sure to check your gage and adjust hook
size to obtain the correct gage. Gage for different parts will be listed at the beginning of that
section. My finished doll is approximately 21 ½ inches tall.

Abbreviations used 

ch - chain stitch
dec - decrease
() - work instructions within
sl st - slip stitch
rs - right side
the parentheses as many
sc - single crochet
ws - wrong side
times as directed, also the
dc - double crochet
flo - front loop only
end of each round will
hdc - half double crochet
blo - back loop only
include the stitch count for
tr - triple crochet
sp - space
that round in ()

inc - increase
yo - yarn over

Begin by making the body. Start with the hands and arms. This section is worked in continuous
rounds. Gage is 5 sts per inch and 5 rounds per inch. Using a 3.5 mm hook, make the fingers
first

Thumb (make 2) with white yarn

Rnd 1: in a magic ring 8sc (8)

Rnd 2-6: sc around (8)

End last round with a sl st, cut and fasten off

Index and Ring fingers (make 4) with white yarn

Rnd 1: in a magic ring 7sc (7)

Rnd 2-7: sc around (7)

End last round with a sl st, cut and fasten off

Middle finger (make 2) with white yarn

Rnd 1: in a magic ring 7sc (7)

Rnd 2-8: sc around (7)

End last round with a sl st, cut and fasten off

Little finger (make 2) with white yarn

Rnd 1: in a magic ring 7sc (7)

Rnd 2-6: sc around (7)

End last round with a sl st, cut and fasten off

Do not stuff fingers

Left hand and arm with white yarn and 3.5mm hook

Rnd 1: this round will connect 4 fingers

3sc into index finger, 3sc into middle finger,

3sc into ring finger, 7sc around little finger,

4sc into remaining sts of ring finger, 4sc into

remaining sts of middle finger, 4sc into remaining

sts of index finger (28)

Rnd 2: 13sc, dec, (2sc, dec) x3, 1sc (24)

Rnd 3: flatten the thumb to line up the stitches

(Sc through two layers of the thumb and the hand) x4,

dec,1sc, dec, 15sc (22)

Rnd 4-6: sc around (22)

Rnd 7: 11sc, dec, 7sc, dec (20)

Rnd 8: (dec, 2sc) x5 (15)

Rnd 9: sc around (15)

Rnd 10: (sc, dec) x5 (10)

Stuff hand lightly and from this point stuff as you go being careful not to overstuff, later you will
need to work the wire frame down the center of the arm and stuffing

Rnd 11-12: sc around (10)

Rnd 13: (inc, 4sc) x2 (12)

Rnd 14-16: sc around (12)

Rnd 17: (3sc, inc) x3 (15)

Rnd 18-37: sc around (15)

End last round with a sl st, cut and fasten off

Right hand and arm with white yarn and 3.5mm hook

Rnd 1: this round will connect 4 fingers

4sc into little finger, 4sc into ring finger, 4sc into

middle finger, 7sc around index finger, 3sc into

remaining sts of middle finger, 3sc into remaining

sts of ring finger, 3sc into remaining sts of little

finger (28)

Rnd 2: sc, dec, (2sc, dec) x3, 13sc (24)

Rnd 3: 15sc, dec, sc, dec, (sc through two lays of the

thumb and the hand) x4 (22)

Rnd 4-6: sc around (22)

Rnd 7: dec, 7sc, dec, 11sc (20)

Rnd 8: (dec, 2sc) x5 (15)

Rnd 9: sc around (15)

Rnd 10: (sc, dec) x5 (10)

Stuff hand lightly and from this point stuff as you go being careful not to overstuff, later you will
need to work the wire frame down the center of the arm and stuffing

Rnd 11-12: sc around (10)

Rnd 13: (inc, 4sc) x2 (12)

Rnd 14-16: sc around (12)

Rnd 17: (3sc, inc) x3 (15)

Rnd 18-37: sc around (15)

End last round with a sl st, cut and fasten off

Shoes and legs (make 2) with black yarn 3.5 mm hook, gage is 5sts per inch 5 rounds per inch

Ch 12

Rnd 1: starting in the second chain from the hook

10sc, 3sc in last ch sp, along other side of chain

9sc, 2sc in last sp (24)

Rnd 2: inc, 9sc, (inc) x3, 9sc (inc) x2 (30)

Rnd 3: (inc) x2, 9sc, (inc) x6, 9sc, (inc) x4 (42)

Rnd 4: (sc, inc) x2, 9sc, (sc, inc) x6, 9sc, (sc, inc) x4 (54)

Rnd 5: 2sc, inc, 15sc, (2sc, inc) x4, 15sc, (2sc, inc) x3 (62)

Rnd 6: blo sc around (62)

Rnd 7-8: sc around. (62)

Rnd 9: 16sc, (dec) x11, 24sc (51)

Rnd 10: (6sc, dec) x2, 11sc, (dec, 6sc) x2, (dec) x4 (43)

Rnd 11: 13sc, (dec) x8, 14sc (35)

Rnd 12: sc around. (35)

Rnd 13: (5sc, dec) x5 (30)

Rnd 14: 2sc, dec, (4sc, dec) x4, 2sc (25)

Rnd 15: (3sc, dec) x5 (20)

Rnd 16-17: sc around (20)

End row 17 with a sl st, cut and fasten off

Stuff the foot firmly but not so much that the shape becomes distorted. The toes will point
upward slightly.

Also from this point on stuff the leg as you go. Be careful not to overstuff, later you will need to
work the wire frame down the center of the leg and stuffing

Attach yellow yarn

Rnd 18: sc around (20)

Rnd 19: blo sc around (20)

End row 19 with sl st, cut and fasten off

Attach white yarn

Rnd 20-41: sc around (20)

Rnd 42: (3sc, inc) x5 (25)

Rnd 43-50: sc around (25)

On the first leg, end with sl st, cut and fasten off

On the second leg continue with 16 more sc, or until you have
come to the inside of the leg

Rnd 51: ch 5, sc into the inside of the other leg that you

are not working from, 24sc around that other

leg, 5sc in the chain spaces on one side of the

chain, 25sc around leg, 5sc in the chain spaces

on the other side of the chain (60)

Rnd 52-61: sc around (60)

At this point make your wire frame. I took my wire and cut 21 inches of it, folded that in half.
About 81/2 inches bend wire at a 90 degree angle, go about 21/2 inches over now and bend
again to form the legs.

Cut 10 inches of wire now and fold in half, wrap one inch around the legs section.

Cut 30 inches of wire, fold in half. Now using an inch at the top of the body section fold it
around the arms.

Tape the entire frame.

Adjust measurements as needed.

Now work the frame into the center of the legs.

From now on, stuff as you go.

Rnd 62: 4sc, dec, (8sc, dec) x5, 4sc (54)

Rnd 64-73: sc around (54)

Rnd 74: (7sc, dec) x6 (48)

Rnd 75- 84: sc around (48)

Bend the arms of the frame into position and work them down the center of the arms. It can be
tricky now to crochet around the frame, just take your time

Rnd 85: 14sc, next 2sc go into stitches of left arm

and the body, 22sc, 2sc go into

stitches of the right arm and body, 8sc (48)

On this round be sure your arms are in the correct position, if after doing the first 14sc they are
not, adjust your starting point so that they are

Rnd 86: 8sc, dec, 4sc, 13sc around remaining stitches of

left arm, 4sc, dec, 10sc, dec, 4sc, 13sc around

remaining stitches of right arm, 4sc, dec, 2sc (66)

Rnd 87: 13sc, dec, 4sc, dec, 3sc, dec, 20sc, dec, 3sc,

dec, 4sc, dec, 7sc. (60)

Rnd 88: 12sc, dec, (3sc, dec) x3, 8sc, dec, (3sc, dec) x3,

6sc (52)

The next round will have turns in it to create the shoulder area and close up the arms.

Rnd 89: 13sc, (dec) x4, sc, sl st (18 + sl st)

Turn and working on ws

dec, sc, dec, sc, sl st (4 + sl st)

Turn and working on rs

dec, sc, dec, continue around front of body for

15sc, (dec) x4, sc, sl st (23 + sl st)

Turn and working on ws

dec, sc, dec, sc, sl st (4 + sl st)

Turn and working on rs

dec, sc, dec, 3sc (6)

You should be back to the starting point of the round now

Rnd 90: sc around (35)

Rnd 91: (5sc, dec) x5 (30)

Rnd 92: (3sc, dec) x6 (24)

Rnd 93: sc around (24)

Rnd 94: (2sc, dec) x6 (18)

Rnd 95-96: sc around (18)

Rnd 97: blo sc around (18)

Rnd 98: (sc, dec) x6 (12)

Rnd 99: sc around (12)

End round 100 with a sl st, cut leaving a tail long enough to sew on the head later.

Now make the clothes

Pant legs and bodysuit (Make 2 pant legs) use yellow yarn and a 5mm hook.
Work in continuous rounds. Gage is 4 sts per inch, 3 rounds per inch.

Ch 30, connect chain with sl st to form a circle

Rnd 1: hdc around chain (30)

Rnd 2-15: hdc around (30)

On first leg, end row 15 with sl st, cut and fasten off. On second leg connect with
first leg by doing 4hdc through stitches from both pant legs, and then 1hdc in
only one leg

Rnd 16: 24hdc around one leg, hdc 2 together (last stitch

of one leg and first stitch of next leg, you are not

working with the 4 that connected the legs),

24hdc, hdc 2 together (last stitch of one leg and

first stitch of next leg, you are not working with

the 4 that connect the legs) (50)

Rnd 17: 24hdc, inc, 24hdc, inc (52)

Rnd 18-22: hdc around (52)

Rnd 23: 16hdc, dec, 24hdc, dec, 8hdc (50)

dec on this round should be on the sides of the

bodysuit. If they are not adjust your start point

so they are

Rnd 24: (8hdc, dec) x5 (45)

Rnd 25-26: hdc around (45)

Rnd 27: (7hdc, dec) x5 (40)

Rnd 28: hdc around (40)

Rnd 29: (6hdc, dec) x5 (35)

Rnd 30: hdc around (35)

Put the clothes on the doll body now and continue to crochet with the clothes on the doll

Rnd 31: (5hdc, dec) x5 (30)

Rnd 32-36: hdc around (30)

Rnd 37: ch 6, skip 4 sts, 11hdc, ch 6, skip 4 sts, 11hdc

(22 + 2 chains of 6)

Rnd 38: (hdc into ch sp, skip next ch sp) x3, dec, 7hdc,

dec, (skip ch sp, hdc in next ch sp) x3, dec, 7hdc, dec (24)

Rnd 39: sc across (24)

Rnd 40: (4sc, dec) x4 (20)

End row 40 with a sl st, cut and fasten off

Sleeves (make 2) using dark orchid and real teal yarn. 5mm hook. Gage is 4 sts per inch, 3
rows per inch.

Sleeves are worked in rows.

with dark orchid, ch 21

Row 1: hdc across, ch 1, turn (20)

Switch to real teal

Row 2-3: hdc across, ch 1, turn (20)

Switch to dark orchid

Row 4-5: hdc across, ch 1, turn (20)

Switch to real teal

Row 6-7: hdc across, ch 1, turn (20)

Switch to dark orchid

Row 8-9: hdc across, ch 1, turn (20)

Switch to real teal

Row 10-11: hdc across, ch 1, turn (20)

Switch to dark orchid

Row 12-13: hdc across, ch 1, turn (20)

Switch to real teal

Row 14-15: hdc across, ch 1, turn (20)

Switch to dark orchid

Row 16-17: hdc across, ch 1, turn (20)

Switch to real teal

Row 18-19: hdc across, ch 1, turn (20)

Switch to dark orchid

Row 20: hdc across, ch 1, turn (20)

At the end of row 20, cut leaving a tail long enough to sew the sleeve together

Now fold it in half and sew the sleeve shut along row 20 and the row of chain spaces.

Fasten off all loose ends and slide the sleeve onto the doll. You will now crochet while sleeve is
on the doll.

With yellow and 5mm hook

Row 1: at top of sleeve (shoulder), work 10hdc decreases around

sleeve, sl st to connect row, ch 1 (10)

Row 2: hdc around, sl st, ch 1 (10)

Row 3: hdc around, sl st, (10)

cut leaving tail to sew to the bodysuit

Sew sleeve to the bodysuit around the arm.

Working on other end of sleeve (cuff) attach blue yarn

Row 1: work 10hdc decreases around sleeve, sl st to

connect row, ch 1 (10)

Row 2: hdc around, sl st, ch 1 (10)

Row 3: sc around, sl st, cut fasten off (10)

Pant ruffles (one on each leg!)

Attach yellow yarn to pants in any of the ch sp in the back. You should leave a long enough tail
that your not crocheting with to attach pant leg to legs

Row 1: work 15hdc decrease into the 30 ch sp, sl st into

front loop (15)

Row 2: this round is in flo, chain 3 counts as first dc,dc

into same sp, (inc) x 14, sl st into top of chain 3 (30)

Row 3: chain 3, dc in same sp, (inc) x29, sl st into top of

chain 3 (60)

Row 4: chain 3, dc around, sl st into top of chain 3. (60)

Row 5: (ch 1 and sl st) around. End with a sl st into the

first sl st of round, cut and fasten off

Now go back to the tail you left when starting the ruffle and sew the pant leg to the body leg.
Using the blo of row one and the flo that was left from round 19 of the legs sew 4 back loops to
4 front loops, skip a front loop of leg and sew next 4 back loops to next 4 front loops, continue
in this pattern until you are all the way around. Cut and fasten off. Be careful not to sew on
crooked.

Neck ruffle using white, dark orchid, real teal. 5mm hook.

Attach white yarn into front loops from round 98 of body. Be sure to attach somewhere in the
back.

Row 1: chain 3, dc in same sp, (inc) x17, sl st into top of

chain 3 (36)

Row 2: chain 3, dc in same sp, (in) x35, sl st into top of the chain 3 (72)

Row 3: working in flo, (chain 1, sl st) around ending with

sl st into first sl st of row. Cut and fasten off

Row 4: attach dark orchid into a back loop of row 2,

chain 3, inc, change to real teal, (dc, inc) around

changing colors after each (dc, inc). You will be

doing three sts in each color. All the way around.

End with a sl st into the top of chain 3. Make sure

colors line up (108)

How you do this is, on the last dc of one color,

Yo, insert hook into stitch, yo, pull through stitch, yo pull through two loops on hook, now YO
IN OTHER COLOR, pull through last two loops on hook. Do the next stitches over the tail from
the precious color so it will be available to you when you need it next. This way you do not
have to cut the yarn every 3 stitches. Use this same concept for the next row, modified for sl st
and chain.

Row 5: in flo (ch 1, sl st) around being sure to match up

the color change. Cut and fasten off

Row 6: attach white yarn into the back loops of row 4,

ch 3, dc around, sl st into top of chain 3 (108)

Row 7: (ch 1, sl st) around, end with sl st into first sl st of

round. Cut and fasten off

Vest using black metallic and boysenberry yarn. 5mm hook. Gage is 4 sts per inch, 3 rows per
inch

With black metallic yarn chain 41

Row 1: in second chain from hook hdc, 39hdc, ch 1, turn (40)

Row 2-5: hdc across, ch 1, turn (40)

Cut and fasten off

Row 6: skip 14 sts, attach yarn, 12hdc, ch 1, turn

You are leaving the last 14 sts unworked (12)

Row 7-8: hdc across, ch 1, turn (12)

Row 9: 3hdc, ch 1, turn (the other 11 sts are left unworked) (3)

Row 10-17: hdc across, ch 1, turn (3)

At end of row 17 cut leaving a tail for sewing

Return to row 9, you have 3 sts worked, from there skip the next 8 sts and attach yarn

Row 9: 3hdc, ch 1, turn (3)

Row 10-17: hdc across, ch 1, turn (3)

At end of row 17 cut leaving a tail for sewing

Sew each three wide strap to the last 3 sts of row 5

Now with boysenberry yarn evenly sc around both arm holes and edge of vest.

Details on shoes and clothes

With 3.5 mm hook and black yarn, return to the shoes. At back of shoe attach yarn in the
available front loops from row 6

Slip stitch all the way around, cut and fasten off

Do this for both shoes

With 5mm hook, and black embroidery floss return to the pant ruffles,

Work a sl st around where row 5 connects to row 4. These sl sts need to be loose. Cut and
fasten off

Work a sl st around where row 4 connects to row 3.

These sl sts need to be loose. Cut and fasten off

Do this on both pant ruffles.

Now cut a strand of black yarn, attach it in between the two legs and run it straight up the
center of the body tying it off at the top of the bodysuit.

Using orange yarn, make three small Pom poms.

Attach the Pom poms to the bodysuit over the black line. The first pom pom should be placed
right under where the neck ruffle lays, then 4 rows between the next Pom pom and 4 rows
between the next.

Head using white yarn, 3.5mm hook, and working in rounds. Gage is 5 sts per inch, 5 rounds
per inch.

Stuff as you go

If you wish to use the safety eye backs then you need to skip ahead and crochet the eyes first,
now place the safety eye inside the crochet eye portion and the eyes portion, after round 27 of
the head, stop and place the eyes. You need to place them between rounds 21 and 22, with 15
sts in between them. Be sure they are over the cheeks and the nose section you have marked,
and are centered between them.

If you are not using safety eye backs go ahead and crochet the head

Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring (6)

Rnd 2: (inc) x6 (12)

Rnd 3: (sc, inc) x6 (18)

Rnd 4: sc, inc, (2sc, inc) x5, sc (24)

Rnd 5: (3sc, inc) x6 (30)

Rnd 6: 2sc, inc, (4sc, inc) x5, 2sc (36)

Rnd 7: (5sc, inc) x6 (42)

Rnd 8: 3sc, inc, (6sc, inc) x5, 3sc (48)

Rnd 9: (7sc, inc) x6 (54)

Rnd 10: 4sc, inc, (8sc, inc) x5, 4sc (60)

Rnd 11: (9sc, inc) x6 (66)

Rnd 12-20: sc around (66)

Rnd 21: (9sc, dec) x6 (60)

Rnd 22-24: sc around (60)

Rnd 25: working in flo (inc) x6, now in both loops 35sc,

now in flo (inc) x6, now in both loops 4sc (place

a strand of yarn here to mark where the nose

will be), 5sc (place a strand of yarn here), 4sc (72)

Rnd 26: 12sc, dec, 31sc, dec, 25sc (70)

Rnd 27: 12sc, dec, 29sc, dec, 25sc (68)

Don't forget to place your eyes at this point if you are using
backs. Description on placement is above

Rnd 28: 12sc, dec, 27sc, dec, 25sc (66)

Rnd 29: (2sc, dec) x3, 29sc, (dec, 2sc) x3, 13sc (60)

Rnd 30: 4sc, dec, (8sc, dec) x5, 4sc (54)

Rnd 31: sc around (54)

Rnd 32: (7sc,dec) x6 (48)

Rnd 33: sc around (48)

Rnd 34: 3sc, dec, (6sc, dec) x5, 3sc (42)

Rnd 35: 38sc, (inc) x3, sc (45)

Rnd 36: (5sc,dec) x5, 3sc, inc, 4sc, inc, sc (42)

Rnd 37: 2sc, dec, (4sc, dec) x5, 6sc, dec (35)

Rnd 38: (3sc, dec) x6, (dec) x2, sc (27)

Rnd 39: sc, dec, (2sc, dec) x6 (20)

Rnd 40: (dec) x3, (sc, dec) x5, dec (12)

Cut and fasten off. When stuffing the head be sure to firmly stuff the cheeks and chin.

Face features

nose using cherry red yarn, 3.5mm hook

Rnd 1: 6sc into magic ring (6)

Rnd 2: (inc) x6 (12)

Rnd 3-4: sc around (12)

Rnd 5: (dec) x6 (6)

Cut leaving a tail for sewing, stuff nose lightly

Eyes (make 2) using yellow, orange, white, and black embroidery floss, 3.25mm hook

With yellow ch 4, sl st into first ch sp forming a circle

Rnd 1: chain 3 (counts as first dc), 7dc into circle (8)

Rnd 2: with orange in blo, (1sc, inc) x4 (12)

Rnd 3: with white, 2sc, sc and hdc in next st, 2dc in next

st, tr and 2dc in next st, hdc and sc in next st,

2sc, sc and hdc in next st, 2dc and tr in next st,

2dc in next st, hdc and sc in next st (22)

Rnd 4: with black, in blo, sl st around, when you sl st

into the top of the tr ch 1 and sl st into it again

Be sure to do this for both tr sts

Cut leaving a tail long enough to sew eye to head fasten off all other
ends.

The safety eye goes into the middle of the circle

Triangles (make 2) using blue embroidery floss and 3.25mm hook

Chain 5

Row 1: in second chain from hook, sc, 3sc, ch 1, turn

(4)

Row 2: (dec) x2, ch 1, turn (2)

Row 3: dec (1)

Cut leaving a tail long enough to sew triangle onto head

Mouth using black embroidery floss, 3.25mm hook

Chain 6

Row 1: in second chain from hook sc, 4sc, ch 1, turn (5)

Row 2: inc, 3sc, inc, ch 1, turn (7)

Row 3: inc, 5sc, inc, ch 1, turn (9)

Row 4: inc, 7sc, inc, ch 1, turn (11)

Row 5: dec, 7sc, dec, ch 1, turn (9)

Row 6: dec, 5sc, dec, ch1, turn (7)

Row 7: Sc across (7)

Cut and fasten off

Now using the cherry red yarn take a long strand and separate the 4ply into 2ply. Using the
2ply strand of red

Sc evenly around the mouth and at row 4 (sc, ch 1, sc) in the same sp. this creates a point at
the mouth corners.

Now using white yarn, take a long strand and separate the 4ply into 2ply. Using the 2ply white,
embroider the teeth onto the mouth. Use photo to get
placement

Hair cap using cherry red yarn, 5mm hook

Ch 36

Row 1: in second ch from hook sc, 34sc, ch 1, turn (35)

Row 2-6: sc across, ch 1, turn (35)

Row 7: dec, 31sc, dec, ch 1, turn (33)

Row 8: dec, 29sc, dec, ch 1, turn (31)

Row 9: dec, 27sc, dec, ch 1, turn (29)

Row 10: (dec) x2, 21sc, (dec) x2, ch 1, turn (25)

Row 11: (dec) x2, 17sc, (dec) x2, ch 1, turn (21)

Row 12: (dec) x2, 13sc, (dec) x2, ch 1, turn (17)

Row 13: (dec) x2, 9sc, (dec) x2, ch 1, turn (13)

Now do a row of sc around the entire hair cap.

Cut leaving a tail long enough to sew cap to head

Using cherry red yarn cut 8 inch strands, then separate the strand from 4ply to 2ply strands.

Loop the strands onto the hair cap around every stitch post on the cap and around the front
loops of the border sc stitches.

Go back to the head and using needle sculpting create a bridge to the nose. Where you have
the nose marked off go up one row and one stitch place outside of the nose, pull that to the
other side in the same place. Do this for a few rows in a straight line to create the bridge of the
nose.

Now sew on the nose at the bottom of the bridge between the cheeks. You can remove the
nose stitch markers now.

Sew on the eyes at a slight tilt above the cheeks where the corner of the eye will be at the
corner of the bridge you created. Don't forget to put one single line down at the bottom of the
eye. If you didn't use the backs now remove the safety eye and put super glue in the hole and
the safety eye back in. Sew on the triangles above each eye. Using black yarn, embroider
eyebrows onto the face

Sew on the mouth adding a line (I went over it 3 times) that goes from the corner to a
downward tilt.

Using the back loops from the boarder around the hair cap, sew hair onto the head, it will tilt so
that it is higher in the back then in the front.

Now brush the hair and trim where needed to achieve the desired look!!!

Now insert your wooden dowel into the body behind the wire frame. Leave about 6 inches
sticking out and place the head on. Making sure the head is straight, sew it to the body.

Congratulations, you have completed your clown. I hope you enjoyed making him as much as I
did. If you have any questions please contact me and I will answer in a timely manner.

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