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Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Mouse head lovey
It seems like loveys are the new fall
fad, and why not? They are as simple as they are versatile. There are as many
lovey ideas as there are cartoon characters, but with your imagination, or a
child’s idea, you can make a lovey of your very own. I chose a simple design,
traditional Mickey and Minnie. I love the idea of getting my blanket fix on a
much smaller level. Loveys don’t take that much yarn either. To alleviate
boredom, I usually chose a different blanket pattern for each head. It keeps it
interesting. Click here to see my last lovey,the frog.
Materials needed- small
amount of worsted weight black yarn, G (4mm) hook
Do not slip stitch or chain. This pattern is worked in rounds. Use
a marker to keep track of your stitches. Stuff with washable, baby safe
material as you go.
In a magic ring, sc 6x.
Rnd1: 2sc ss 6x. (12sc)
Rnd2: *2sc ss, sc, repeat to end. (18sc)
Rnd3: *2sc ss, sc 2x, repeat to end. (24sc)
Rnd4: *2sc ss, sc 3x, repeat to end. (30sc)
Rnd5: *2sc ss, sc 4x, repeat to end. (36sc)
Rnds6-11: sc in each st. (36sc)
Rnd12: *sc2tog, sc4x, repeat to end. (30sc)
Rnd13: *sc2tog, sc 3x, repeat to end. (24sc)
Rnd14: *sc2tog, sc2x, repeat to end. (18sc)
Rnd15: *sc2tog, sc, repeat to end. (12sc)
Rnd16: *sc2tog repeating to end. (6sc)
Make sure the hole is not too big for the stuffing to come
Repeat to round 5 twice for the ears and sew firmly in place.
Sew the head firmly onto the lovey and weave in all ends.
For Mickey I used a variation of this square. For Minnie I used
a variation of this pattern from Bernat. You will need to log in to view.
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