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I am 45. I am married to the love of my life. Together we have two beautiful young adults who bring me joy everyday. In 2015 we added another beautiful young adult to our house, our niece, and she has been a great joy! Secretly, I'm counting the years till grandbabies start coming; they just need to find their forever loves first.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Pokemon Ash Ketchum Look-Alike

Everybody sing and dance for joy...Ash is done!! He was actually kind of a naughty boy and wouldn't get dressed. For like 3 weeks! But, I finally convinced him to put his clothes on and once he did, he worked the photo shoot like a pro! Attitude all over the place!
So enjoy the forthcoming pics and pattern!
**Disclaimer, This pattern has only been worked by me. This pattern is complete and problem free, to the best of my knowledge. If you run into any logistical problems, please let me know!**









Pokemon Ash Ketchum Look-Alike
by Elizabeth Mareno 2009
Skill Level: Intermediate
Materials Needed:
F hook
Caron Simply Soft (Light Country Peach, Black, Light Blue, Lemonade , Limelight, Red, White)
Fiberfill
Small amount of plastic canvas
Strong Large Eye needle for assembly (I use metal #13 and #16 blunt tapestry needles)
4 safety pins or stitch markers
Finished Size: 20" H
**Do not join rounds unless specified**
HEAD & BODY:
With Ctry Peach ch 2
1- 6sc in 2nd ch from hook (6) mark first sc of row.
2- 2sc in each sc. (12)
3- (sc in 1 sc, 2sc in next) around (18)
4- (sc in 2sc, 2sc in next) around (24)
5- (sc in 3sc, 2sc in next) around (30)
6- (sc in 4sc, 2sc in next) around (36)
7- (sc in 5sc, 2sc in next) around (42)
8- sc in each
9- (sc in 6sc, 2sc in next) around (48)
10- sc in each
11- (sc in 7sc, 2sc in next) around (54)
12-21- sc in each
22- sc in 9sc, 2sc in next, sc in 36sc, 2sc in next, sc in 6sc. (56)
23- sc in 10sc, 2sc in 2sc, sc in 36sc, 2sc in 2sc, sc in 6sc. (60)
24- sc in 11sc, 2sc in 2sc, sc in 38sc, 2sc in 2sc, sc in 7sc. (64)
25- sc in each
26- sc in 1sc, 2sc in 2sc, sc in 7sc, sc dec, sc in 2sc, sc dec, (sc in next, sc dec) 12 times, sc dec, sc in 2sc, sc dec, sc in 6sc. (50)
27- sc in 2sc, 2sc in 2sc, sc in 7sc, sc dec, sc in 2sc, sc dec, sc in 22sc, sc dec, sc in 2sc, sc dec, sc in 5sc. (48)
28- sc in 3sc, 2sc in 2sc, sc in 7sc, (sc dec) 3 times, (sc in next sc, sc dec) 6 times, sc in 2sc, (sc dec) 3 times, sc in 4sc. (38 )
29- sc in each.
30- sc in 2sc, (sc dec) 3 times, (sc in next, sc dec) 10 times. (25) BEGIN TO STUFF HEAD
31- sc in 1sc, (sc dec) 2 times, (sc in next, sc dec) 6 times. sc dec in last 2sc. (16) Finish stuffing head.
32-36- sc in each. **NECK**
37- (sc in 1sc, 2sc in next) 8 times (24)
38- sc in each
39- 2sc in each. (48)
40- sc in each
41- (sc in 2sc, 2sc in next) around (56)
42- sc in each
43- sc in 1sc, 2sc in next, sc in 24, 2sc in 3, sc in 26, 2sc in 2. (63)
**Optional- Cut length of plastic canvas into a tube to fit into the neck. Sew into place, then proceed with stuffing. It will help with neck stability when the head has hair.**
44-65- sc in each.
66- (sc in 6sc, sc dec) 7 times, sc in 5, sc dec. (55)
67- sc in each. Stuff body as you go.
68- (sc in 5sc, sc dec) 7 times, sc in 4, sc dec. (47)
69- sc in each
70- (sc in 4sc, sc dec) 7 times, sc in 3, sc dec. (39)
71- (sc in 3sc, sc dec) 7 times, sc in 2, sc dec. (31)
72- (sc in 2sc, sc dec) 7 times, sc in 1, sc dec. (23)
73- (sc in 1sc, sc dec) 7 times, sc dec. (15)
74- ( sc dec) 7 times, sc in last (8)
75- (sc dec) 4 times. (4)
Cut, leaving a long end. Weave through sc's and pull tight to close the end.
NOSE:
1- ch2, 4sc in 2nd ch from hook. (4)
2- sc in each.
3- 2 sc in each. (8)
4- 2sc in each. (16)
Sew to face.
ARMS: Make 2
ch2,
1- 6sc in 2nd ch from hook. (6)
2- 2sc in each. (12)
3- (sc in 1sc, 2sc in next) around. (18)
4- (sc in 2sc, 2sc in next) around. (24)
5- (sc in 3sc, 2sc in next) around. (30)
6-7- sc in each.
8- (sc in 3sc, sc dec) around. (24)
9- sc in each.
10- (sc in 2sc, sc dec) around. (18)
11- sc in each.
12- (sc in 1sc, sc dec, sc in 4sc, sc dec) 2 times. (14)
13-34- sc in each.
Stuff as you go. Cut with long sewing end. Flatten and sew to the shoulder around row 42 of head and body.
EYES: Make 2
with white, ch7
1- sc in 2nd ch from hook and next 4, 3sc in last ch, sc in opposite of original ch for 5 sc. (13) do not join.
2- ch2, turn, hdc in sm sp as join and next 3sc, sc in next, 2sc in 3sc, sc in next, hdc in 4sc, ch2, sl st to sm sp as last hdc, sc across the bottom. sl st to ch2.
Cut, leave a long sewing piece.
**Embroider black to the eye. Then sew the eye to the face.
EARS: Make 2
Left Ear: 1- ch2, 4sc in 2nd ch from hook. (4)
2- ch1, turn, 2 sc in each. (8)
3- ch2, turn, hdc in sm sp as ch, hdc in next 2sc, 2sc in 2sc, 2dc in 2sc, dc in last sc, ch2, sl st to base of dc. (13)
Right Ear: Repeat rows 1 & 2
3- ch2, dc in sm sp, 2dc in 2sc, 2sc in 2sc, hdc in 3sc, ch2, sl st to base of hdc. (13)
Cut leaving a long sewing piece. Sew to the side of the head so that the bottom of the ear lines up with the jaw edge.
HAIR: Make 4 large, 11 medium.
Cone: with black, ch2
1- 5sc in 2nd ch from hook.
2- (sc in 1sc, 2sc in next) 2 times, sc in last (7)
3- sc in each
4- (sc in 1sc, 2sc in next) 3 times, sc in last (10)
5- sc in each. **Stop here for Small Cones**
6- (sc in 1sc, 2sc in next) around. (15)
7- sc in each. **Stop here for Medium Cones**
8- (sc in 2sc, 2sc in next) around. (20)
9- sc in each.
10- (sc in 3sc, 2sc in next) around. (2511- sc in each. )**Stop here for Large Cones**
join, Cut, with leaving a long sewing piece.
**Stuff lightly. Finish stuffing while sewing to head. I made 4 large cones and spaced them out between the ears to have a point of reference for hat placement.**
HAT: with red
ch2
1-10- Repeat head directions
11-15- sc in each
16- Back Loops Only (BLO), dc in 1sc, hdc in 2sc, sc in 9sc, hdc in 2sc, dc in next, sc in rem sc.
17- Both Loops, dc in 2 st, hdc in 11 st, dc in 2 st, sl st in next sc
18- ch3, turn, dc in 2, hdc in 11, dc in 2, do not dc in ch
19- ch2, turn, hdc in sm sp as ch and each st across, do not hdc in ch2
20- repeat row 19
21- ch2, turn, hdc in sm sp as ch2 and next st, dc in 11, hdc in 2
22- ch1, turn, sc in 1st hdc, hdc in next 2, dc in 3, trc in 3, dc in 2, hdc in 2, sc.
23- ch1, turn, sc in each st and row end around hat.
Cut weave ends.
BLACK STRIPE:
1- ch9, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch. (8)
2-28- ch1, turn, sc in each.
**Cut, leaving a LONG piece to sew to hat. Sew to the center of the hat.
Hat Decorations:
ARCH: with blue, ch8, sc in 2nd ch from hook and next ch, 2sc in 3ch, sc in 2ch. Cute leave along end for sewing. Tuck the loose end and sew to the hat.
CIRCLE: ch2, 6sc in 2nd ch from hook. join. cut. and sew.
**Cut about 8-10 4" strips of black yarn, holding two strands together at a time-latch hook them at his 'bangs', then sew the hat onto the head.
**Optional for hat bill stability, cut a piece of plastic canvas and sew to the bottom of the bill.
Finish sewing the hair cones onto his head. Lightly stuff each cone, except for the small cones. Just so they hold their shape.
LEGS: Make 2, starting with shoes and white.
Sole:
1- ch10, 2hdc in 3rd ch fromhook, hdc in next ch, sc in 3ch, hdc in next, dc in next, 6dc in last ch, dc in next ch on opp side, hdc in next, sc in 3ch, hdc in next, 3hdc in sm sp as original ch, join to top of ch3. (24)
2- ch2, hdc in sm sp as join, 2hdc in next 2, hdc in 5, 2hdc in next, 2dc in 6, 2hdc in next, hdc in 5, 2hdc in 3, join. (38)
3- ch2, hdc in sm sp as join, 2hdc in 4, hdc in 8, dc in 2, 2dc in 8, dc in 2, hdc in 8, 2hdc in 5. (56)
Cut.
Upper Shoe: with black, attach with sl st to post of hdc at join (back) of sole, w/WS of sole facing you. Use seperate balls for each color. (2 black, 1 red)
1- sc around joining post, sc around next 16 posts, chg to red, sc around 22 posts, chg to black, sc around 17 posts. join. (56)
2- ch1, turn, sc in 17, chg to red, sc in 22, chg to black, sc in 17, join. (56)
3- ch1, turn, (sc in 5, sc dec) 2 times, sc in 3, chg to red, (sc in 2, sc dec) 5 times, sc in 2, chg to black, sc in 3, (dec, sc in 5) 2 times, join. (47)
4- ch1, turn, sc in 15, chg to red, sc in 17, chg to black, sc in 15. join. (47)
5- ch1, turn, (sc in 4, dec) 2 times, sc in 3, chg to red, (sc in 4, dec) 2 times, (sc in 3, dec) once, chg to black, sc in 3, (dec, sc in 4) 2 times, join. (40)
6- ch1, turn, sc in each with black. Cut red permanently.
7- ch1, turn, sc in 9, dec, (sc in 3, dec) 4 times, sc in 9. join. (35)
8- ch1, turn, sc in 12, (dec) 5 times, sc in 13, join. (30)
9- ch1, turn, sc in 12, (dec) 3 times, sc in 12, join. (27)
10- ch1, turn, sc in 10, (dec) 3 times, sc in 11, join. (24)
11- do not turn, ch1, sc in each. do not join, chg to skin color.
LEG: 12-30- sc in each. Join. Cut.
Finish stuffing and sew on to bottom of body.
PANTS: with blue
ch66
1- sc in 2nd ch from hook and each. (65)
2-4- ch1, turn, sc.
5-(front of pants) - do not turn, ch1, sc in 1st sc of last row (connecting the two sides), sc in each sc around to ch1, join. (65)
6- ch1, sc in sm sp as join, sc in each sc, join.
7-17- repeat row 6
18- LEFT LEG- ch1, sc in sm sp as join and next (mark 2nd sc), sc in 31sc, ch1, sk 32sc, join in marked sc(skipping 1st sc of row). (33)
19- ch1, sc in join and each sc around, sc in ch1, join in 1st sc. (33)
20- repeat row 19, do not join.
21-42- do not ch1, sc in each sc around. join in the very last row. Finish off.
18-RIGHT LEG- (with back of pants facing you) join with sc to 1st open sc, sc in next 31, sl st in open sc and ch 1 of left leg, join to 1st sc of rt leg (previously skipped) (32sc, 2sl st)
19- ch1, sc in join and each sc, sc in 1st sl st from last row, sk last sl st, join. (33)
20- ch1, sc in join and each sc. do not join. (33)
21-42- repeat left leg.
FAUX POCKETS: with blue, make 2
ch10
1- sc in 2nd ch from hook and each. (9) (RS)
2-9- ch1, turn, sc in each.
10- ch1, turn, sc in BLO (9)
11-12- ch1, turn, sc in both loops (9)
THese last two rows creatd the flap.
CUt leaving a long sewing piece. Sew to side of pants leaving the flap free.
Pants finishing: At the opening of the pants, attach blue to an edge with sl st, then ch 6, and slip st in the same edge creating a loop. Cut and weave ends in. Sew a button to the opposite side for closure.
SHIRT: starting with blue
ch69- join to make a circle, make sure that you don't twist it.
1- ch1, sc in each ch. Join. (69) Cut.
2- on opp side of starating ch, join with black in the open loops. Sc in each ch, join.
3- ch1, sc in join and each sc.
4-14- ch2(does not ct as hdc), hdc in sm sp as join, hdc in each around, join with 1st hdc. (69)
15- ch2, hdc in sm sp as join, hdc in 19, (place marker), hdc in 13, (pm), hdc in 21, (pm), hdc in 13, (pm), hdc in last hdc, join with 1st hdc. Cut black and weave ends.
16- with back seam facing you, rejoin with black in the hdc marked to the right of the seam with ch2(not hdc), hdc in sm sp as join, hdc in each to the next marker, hdc in marked st, leave remaining hdc unworked. (22)
17-18- ch2, turn, hdc in sm sp as ch2, hdc in each hdc across, lv ch2 unworked. (22)
19-20- LEFT SHOULDER- ch2, turn, hdc in sm sp as ch2, and next 4hdc. (5) Cut
21- RIGHT SHOULDER- with wrong side facing you, sk 12 hdc, rejoin in next hdc with ch2, hdc in sm sp as join and next 4 hdc. lv ch2 from prev round unworked. (5)
22- Repeat row 20. Cut.
23- With front facing you, working from back, sk 12 unworked hdc from row 15, join with ch2 in next marked st, hdc in sm sp as join, and next 10hdc. (11hdc) leave remaining hdc unworked.
24-25- ch2, turn, hdc in sm sp as ch2, hdc in each hdc, leave ch2 from prev row unworked.
26- turn, sl st in 6hdc, ch2, hdc in sm sp as ch2 and each hdc to end (5) Cut.
27- with front facing you, rejoin in the next open hdc with ch2, hdc in sm sp as join and each hdc to next marker, hdc in marked hdc (11hdc) lv rem hdc unworked.
28-29- ch2, turn, hdc in sm sp as ch2 and each hdc, lv ch2 unworked. (11)
30- ch2, turn, hdc in sm sp as ch2, and next 4hdc. (5) cut.
Turn shirt inside out. With right sides facing each other, sew shoulder seams. Turn shirt right side out.
COLLAR: with blue
1- join in the bottom of front opening with ch1, sc 45 sc evenly spaced around neckline. Join with sl st to 1st sc.
2- ch1, sc in 2sc, hdc in 3sc, 5dc in next sc, dc to shoulder, hdc across shoulder, dc to next shoulder, hdc across next shoulder, dc to next corner, 5 dc in corner, hdc in 3, sc in 2. Join.
3- ch2, sc in 3, hdc in 4, 5dc in next, (dc in each dc, hdc in each hdc) to opposite corner, 5 dc in center dc of 5dc from prev row, hdc in 4, sc in 3, join.
4- sl st to corner, (sc, ch2, sc) in corner, sc to shoulder hdc's, dc in each hdc and dc around to opposite front, sc in each to corner, (sc, ch2, sc) in corner, sl st to end. Finish off.
SLEEVES: with back facing and white.
RIGHT SLEEVE:
1- join with sl st to last open sc from row 15, ch1, sc in sm sp, evenly place 25 more sc in row ends and open sc. Join. (26)
2-3- ch1, sc in each sc.
4- ch2, hdc in sm sp, hdc in each sc. (26)
5- ch2, hdc in sm sp, hdc in 3, 2hdc in next, (hdc in 4, 2hdc in next) 4 times, hdc in last st. (31)
6-11- repeat row 4. Cut weave ends.
LEFT SLEEVE:
1- join with sl st to first open sc from row 15, ch1, sc in sm sp, evenly place 25 sc in row ends and open sc. Join. (26)
2-11- repeat as for right sleeve.
V:
1- with yellow, ch30, sc in 2nd ch from hook and next 13ch, 3sc in next ch, sc in rem 14ch. (31)
2- ch1, turn, 2sc(increase) in 1st sc, sc in 29, inc in last sc. (33)
3- ch1, turn, sc in 16, 3sc in next, sc in 16. Cut leaving a long sewing piece.
Sew to shirt front.
GLOVES: make 2
with green
1- ch5, sc in 2nd ch from hook and next 3 (4)
2- ch1, turn, BLO, sc in each.
3-20- repeat row 2. Cut with long end. sew ends together to make a circle.
Working in row ends of one side of cuff with black.
1- join with sl st in row end, sc in sm sp as join, sc 24 more evenly spaced around. (25) join.
2- ch1, (sc in 4, 2sc in next) around. (30). join.
3- ch1, (sc in 5, 2sc in next) around. (35) join.
4-5- ch1, sc in each, join.
6- ch1, (sc in 5, dec) around. (30) join.
7- ch1, sc in each, join. CUt. weave ends.
That's it. Good luck. And Happy Pokemon hunting with your new Trainer!

12 comments:

katie said...

Wow! that is so impressive! I'll be sure to make it when I have the time. lol! Oh btw I'm Katie and I'm also obsessed with crocheting. :-)

Aurora said...

Thanks!! Now my son will start bugging me on making this one too. LOL I have started on the Charizard you designed, but taking my time with him, which is driving me son crazy! I love to "torture" him. LOL you did a FANTASTIC job on this one too.......WOW!!!!!!

Cristina said...

Beautiful! Your work is wonderful. Thanks for posting pattern

Biz said...

Thanks guys! Hope you enjoy!

Biz

Firstmatekate said...

This is fantastic!
I'm still working on the charizard, but I may attempt this later...

You've inspired me to start my own pokemon amigurumis. :) So far I've made a simple pokeball and an Umbreon! So, thanks for the inspiration! :)

I took a quick picture of it if you'd like to see it.
Since I can't figure out how to post pictures directly into a comment, here's a link. :)
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v372/DragonMasterKatie/100_0380.jpg

MBozada said...

Stuffed Crocheted Buneary

This is a website that has some background info. http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Dawn%27s_Buneary

This is a pokemon that a character in Diamond and Pearl Pokemon (Dawn) carries around. It is about one foot high and I would like it to be stuffed. You are quite talented with your crocheting and i was wondering if you could create anything. I would be willing to pay for it. if that isnt possible i was wondering if you could make the hat that dawn wears.

Biz said...

MBozada~ Wow, that's cute! It looks like a cross between a lamb and a bunny! lol

I will look into this pattern and I'll let you know what I come up with. My son will be very happy for me to start designing Pokemon again. :)

Biz

Lynx said...

You can now say that someone else has worked the pattern!

I used it as the basis for a doll for a friend, and made a few changes- BOUGHT baby clothes instead of crocheting them, embroidered the hair, and glued a photo of the person she wanted it to be (a character from her favorite movie).

Eventually I will do a total Ash, but at least now you can be sure that the pattern works for other people as well! ☺

Thank you for this, and all your other wonderful pokemon patterns!

Biz said...

Awesome Lynx! Thanks!

ellecarington said...

I hope this isn't an obvious question (like I missed it when reading the pattern), but... how many small cones are you supposed to make for the hair? BTW... love this and can't wait to get started on it.

laura dineley said...

i started the shoes but the first rd says a total of 24 when i counter the numbers its was 23 and rd2 its 38 but i counted and its actually 35 sts and rd3 its says a total of 56 but when i counted the sts its actually 55 and im left with extra sts near the end can you help plz

Biz said...

The first two rows of the leg are correct in their counts and stitches. You have to count the chains you sl st into as a stitch. Row 3 should only be 52 stitches and the last instructions should read "2hdc in last 3, sl st to ch2 to join".