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MATERIALS
light worsted weight yarn in brown, red, white, blue, dark brown | embroidery thread
or fine weight yarn in brown | 2.5 mm crochet hooks | fiber fill | yarn needle

LEG (make 2) HEAD


Round 1: With brown yarn, 6 sc in a magic ring. (6) Round 1: Round 1: 6 sc in a magic ring. (6)
Round 2: (sc 1, inc in the next st) X 3. (9) Round 2: Inc in all 6 st. (12)
Round 3-6: sc around. (9) Round 3: (sc 1, inc in the next st) X 6. (18)
FO and stuff. Round 4: (sc 2, inc in the next st) X 6. (24)
Work the second leg following steps 1-6 but do Round 5: (sc 3, inc in the next st) X 6. (30)
not FO.
Round 6: (sc 4, inc in the next st) X 6. (36)
Join legs: Hold both legs together, making sure they
face in the same direction. Insert hook into the 2 Round 7-12: sc around. (36)
stitches that meet in the center, YO and make a Round 13: (Sc 4, dec in the next st) X 6. (30)
sc. Mark this stitch as the beginning of the round.
Continue making sc stitches in the remaining 17 st Round 14: (Sc 3, dec in the next st) X 6. (24)
around both legs. (18)
Round 15: (Sc 2, dec in the next st) X 6. (18)
Round 16: (Sc 1, dec in the next st) X 6. (12)
BODY FO, leaving a long tail. Stuff.
Round 1: sc around. (18)
Round 2: Join red and sc around. (18)
EARS (make 2)
Round 3: Join white and sc around. (18)
In a magic ring, hdc, 2 dc, 2 tr, 2 dc, hdc. Pull the
Round 4: With red, sc around. (18) loose end of the yarn to form a semi circle. FO,
Round 5: With white, sc around. (18) leaving a long tail. Sew ears on the head between
Round 5 and 9, 10 stitches apart.
Round 6: With red, (sc 1, dec in the next st) X 6. (12)
Stuff and FO. Weave in ends.

MUZZLE
ARMS (make 2)
Round 1: ch 4. Starting from second ch from the
Round 1: 6 sc in a magic ring. (6) hook, sc in the next 2 st, 3 sc in the last ch. Working
Round 2-4: sc around. (6) on the underside of the foundation chain, sc in the
next st, inc in the last st. (8)
Round 5: Join red and sc around. (6)
Round 2: inc in the first st, sc in the next st, inc in the
Round 6: sc around. (6) next 3 st, sc in the next st, inc in the last 2 st. (14)
FO, leaving a long tail for sewing. Sew arms to FO, leaving a long tail. Sew on the center of the face
the body. between Round 10 and 15.

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CAPE
Row 1: With blue yarn, ch 11. Starting from second
ch from the hook, sc in the next 10 st. ch 1, turn. (10)
Row 2-3: sc across, ch 1, turn. (10)
Row 4: dec 1, sc 6, dec 1, ch 1, turn. (8)
Row 5-6: sc across, ch 1, turn. (8)
Figure 1
Row 7: dec 1, sc 4, dec 1, ch 1, turn. (6)
Row 8-9: sc across, ch 1, turn. (6)
Row 10: dec 1, sc 2, dec 1, ch 1, turn. (4)
Row 11: sc across. (4)
Do not ch 1 and turn. Do not FO. We will continue
working on this piece to add straps to the cape next.
Straps: Chain 11 and starting from second ch from
the hook, sl st in each of the remaining 10 ch
[Figure 1]. This makes the first strap. Figure 2
Now sc along the edge (row end) of the cape, then
sl st along the foundation ch, and finally sl st along
the other row end [Figure 2].
Now we will work on the second strap. Ch 11, and
starting from second ch from the hook, sl st in each
of the remaining 10 ch [Figure 3]. FO, weave in ends.
With red yarn, embroider a “T” on the cape.

Figure 3
ASSEMBLY

EYES: With dark brown yarn, embroider eyes on


either side of the muzzle.
Alternately, you can make ‘knot eyes’ and sew them
in. theknittycat has an excellent photo tutorial on
how to do this. Click here to go to her tutorial page:
Yarn Eye Knots
NOSE: With brown embroidery thread or fine weight
yarn, embroider a big triangle on the muzzle.
ATTACH HEAD: Sew head to the body.

Now tie cape around the teddy’s neck


and transform him into a superhero.

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USING & SHARING MY PATTERNS

USING: You can use this pattern and make


these little amigurumis for yourself, your friends
and your family. I’d be thrilled if you drop me a
line (along with your web link or a photograph
of the amigurumi you made using my pattern);
it’s always a pleasure to see what you guys do
with my pattern.
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sweatshop somewhere, I don’t mind if you
sell dolls made from my patterns; though it
would be nice if you mentioned somewhere in
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a “Tales of Twisted Fibers design”. I’d love to
hear from you and see your amigurumis. Send
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mention on my blog.
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Tales of Twisted Fibers
Kathmandu, June 2014