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Semana 1: Humpty Dumpty

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-‘Why do you sit out here all alone?’ said Alice, not wishing to begin an argument.

-‘Why, because there’s nobody with me!’ cried Humpty Dumpty. ‘Did you think I didn’t know the answer to that? Ask another.’

-‘Don’t you think you’d be safer down on the ground?’ Alice went on, not with any idea of making another riddle, but simply in her good-natured anxiety for the queer creature. ‘That wall is so very narrow!’

-‘What tremendously easy riddles you ask!’ Humpty Dumpty growled out. ‘Of course I don’t think so! Why, if ever I did fall off—which there’s no chance of—but if I did—’ Here he pursed his lips and looked so solemn and grand that Alice could hardly help laughing. ‘If I did fall,’ he went on, ‘The King has promised me—with his very own mouth—to—to—’

-‘To send all his horses and all his men,’ Alice interrupted, rather unwisely.

THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS By Lewis Carroll

ya saben cómo termina esa historia: all the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put Humpty together again.

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Está basado en esta fantástica idea y patrón gratuito, Humpty Dumpty Puzzle Doll de Book People Studio. (También hay un patrón de Alice In Wonderland que hice hace un par de años).

Mi versión está hecha para encajar las dos mitades de un huevo de poliestireno. Tiene 12 cm. de altura y 8 cm. de ancho. Usé hilo acrílico y una aguja de 3 mm.

Aquí está el patrón de mi versión, en caso de que quieran probarlo.

More photos on Flickr.

Closing halves
Make 2 circles, 1 white, 1 yellow
1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. [Inc] 6 times (12)
3. [1 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (18)
4. [2 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (24)
5. [3 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (30)
6. [4 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (36)
7. [5 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (42)
8. [6 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (48)
9. [7 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (54)
10. [8 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (60) Making the white one, you may FO here. Making the yellow one, go on.
11. Since my collar is upside down regarding the original pattern, here I work 60 sc in BLO, join with a sl st, chain 1 and turn around the piece. Now I work in the front free loops (now in the back of the piece) following the original pattern instructions for round 10. You may follow the original pattern to make the bow tie as well.

Head (in white)
1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. [Inc] 6 times (12)
3. [1 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (18)
4. [2 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (24)
5. [3 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (30)
6. [4 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (36)
7. 36 sc around (36)
8. [5 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (42)
9. 42 sc around (42)
10. [6 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (48)
11. 48 sc around (48)
12. [7 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (54)
13. 54 sc around (54)
14. [8 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (60)
15. 60 sc around (60)
16. 60 sc around (60)
17. 60 sc around (60)
18. 60 sc around (60)
19. 60 sc around (60)
20. 60 sc around (60), change to yellow
21. Join to its yellow half crocheting through both pieces, 60 sc around (60)

Body (in blue)
1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. [Inc] 6 times (12)
3. [1 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (18)
4. [2 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (24)
5. [3 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (30)
6. [4 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (36)
7. [5 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (42)
8. 42 sc around (42)
9. [6 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (48)
10. 48 sc around (48)
11. [7 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (54)
12. 54 sc around (54), change to brown
13. In BLO [8 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (60)
14. 60 sc around (60)
15. 60 sc around (60)
16. 60 sc around (60)
17. 60 sc around (60)
18. 60 sc around (60)
19. Join to its brown half crocheting through both pieces, 60 sc around (60)

Arms (make 2, in white)
1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. [Inc] 6 times (12)
3. [2 sc, 1 dec] 3 times (9)
4. [1 sc, 1 dec] 3 times (6) change to brown
5. 6 sc around (6)
6. 6 sc around (6)
7. 6 sc around (6)
8. 6 sc around (6)
9. 6 sc around (6)
10. 6 sc around (6)
11. 6 sc around (6)
12. 6 sc around (6)
13. 6 sc around (6)
14. 6 sc around (6), FO and leave a long tail for sewing.

Legs (make 2, in brown)
1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. [Inc] 6 times (12)
3. [2 sc, 1 dec] 3 times (9)
4. [1 sc, 1 dec] 3 times (6) change to yellow
5. 6 sc around (6), change to red. Don’t cut the yellow thread!
6. 6 sc around (6), change to yellow. Don’t cut the red thread!
7. 6 sc around (6), change to red.
8. 6 sc around (6), change to yellow.
9. 6 sc around (6), change to red.
10. 6 sc around (6), change to yellow.
11. 6 sc around (6), change to red.
12. 6 sc around (6), change to yellow.
13. 6 sc around (6), change to red.
14. 6 sc around (6), change to yellow, FO the red thread.
15. 6 sc around (6), change to blue, FO the yellow thread.
16. 6 sc around (6)
17. 6 sc around (6)
18. 6 sc around (6)
19. 6 sc around (6)
20. 6 sc around (6)
21. 6 sc around (6)
22. 6 sc around (6), FO and leave a long tail for sewing.

Top Hat (in yellow)
1. 6 sc in magic ring (6)
2. [Inc] 6 times (12)
3. [1 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (18)
4. [2 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (24)
5. [3 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (30)
6. [4 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (36)
7. In BLO, 36 sc around (36)
8. 36 sc around (36)
9. 36 sc around (36)
10. 36 sc around (36)
11. 36 sc around (36)
12. 36 sc around (36)
13. [4 sc, 1 dec] 6 times (30)
14. 30 sc around (30)
15. 30 sc around (30)
16. 30 sc around (30), change to red, don’t cut the yellow thread!
17. 30 sc around (30)
18. 30 sc around (30), change to yellow, FO the red thread.
19. In FLO, [4 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (36)
20. [5 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (42)
21. [6 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (48)
22. 48 sl st around (48) and FO.

Lumpy Space Princess

Todavía con Adventure Time, una amiga me pidió si podría hacer una Lumpy Space Princess. Busqué un poco y encontré algunas a la venta, pero ningún patrón. No estoy acostumbrada a hacer mis propios patrones, pero decidí intentarlo y aquí está el resultado.

Está lejos de ser perfecta, pero aún así, es divertida.

Les dejo el patrón, por si les interesa (en inglés porque soy un desastre escribiendo patrones en español…)

I made 4 different sizes of lumps, and arranged them as showed in the picture above.

(Sc single crochet, Inc increase, Dec decrease, Sl slip stitch)

Size A lump (make 3)
Round 1: 6 Sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2: Inc x6 (12)
Round 3: *Inc, Sc* x6 (18)
Round 4: *Sc, Inc, Sc* x6 (24)
Round 5: Sc around (24)
Round 6: *Sc, Dec, Sc* x6 (18)
Round 7: *Dec, Sc* x6 (12) F/O

Size B lump (make 2)
Round 1: 6 Sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2: Inc x6 (12)
Round 3: *Inc, Sc* x6 (18)
Round 4: Sc around (18)
Round 5: *Dec, Sc* x6 (12)
Round 6: Sc around (12) F/O

Size C lump (make 2)
Round 1: 6 Sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2: Inc x6 (12)
Round 3-4: Sc around (12)
Round 5: *Sc, Dec, Sc* x3 (9) F/O

Size D lump (make 3)
Round 1: 6 Sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2: *Inc, Sc* x3 (9)
Round 3: Sc around (9)
Round 4: *Dec, Sc* x3 (6) F/O

Body 
Round 1: 12 Sc in magic ring (12) Don’t worry about closing this one, you’ll sew one lump over it.
Round 2: Inc, Sc x4, Inc x2, Sc x4, Inc (16)
Round 3: Inc x2, Sc x4, Inc x4, Sc x4, Inc x2 (24)
Round 4: Inc x2, Sc x8, Inc x4, Sc x8, Inc x2 (32)
Round 5-15: Sc around (32)
Round 16: Dec x2, Sc x8, Dec x4, Sc x8, Dec x2 (24)
Round 17: Dec x2, Sc x4, Dec x4, Sc x4, Dec x2 (16) You may start stuffing now.
Round 18: Dec, Sc x4, Dec x2, Sc x4, Dec (12)
Round 19: Dec x6 (12) F/O

Arms (make 2)
Leave a tail in the beginning to sew the arm to the body.
Round 1: 4 Sc in magic ring (4)
Round 2-8: Sc around (4) Continue with fingers:
Ch 4, crochet back along the chain, 1 Sl in second Ch from hook, Inc, and Sl through both sides of the “wrist”, so it will close. Make a total of 3 fingers. F/O

Now you just have to stuff all the lumps and sew them around. Attach the arms and embroider her face. You may check around for her facial expressions, most of the time she looks really grumpy. She is crowned with a star. I decided to embroider it, but you can use yellow felt or a sequined star.

Más fotos en Flickr.

Bob Esponja y Patricio

Había visto estos patrones en The Late Night Hooker: este es Bob Esponja y este es Patricio. Bob Esponja me parecía demasiado grande para mis necesidades, así que empecé por hacer a Patricio y luego adapté el patrón de Bob Esponja a su tamaño. Abajo incluyo mi versión del patrón, por si lo quieren usar. Es mi primera “creación” y el primer patrón que escribo, ¡lo hice lo mejor que pude! Usé hilo acrílico y una aguja de 3 mm y mi Bob Esponja tiene una altura aproximada de 20 cm. (7.8 inches).
Necesitaba hacer un tercer muñeco así que después de investigar un poco descubrí que Bob Esponja tuvo una mascota que era un caballito de mar y se llamaba Misterio, así que hice uno a partir de este patrón.

Más fotos en Flickr: Bob Esponja, Patricio and Misterio.

Esta es mi versión del patrón:

BODY FRONT & BACK (make 2)
ROW #1: With brown, ch 17, sc in 2nd chain from hook, 15 sc (16). Ch 1, turn.
ROW #2-5: 16 sc. Change to white at the end of row 5.
ROW #6-9: 16 sc. Change to yellow at the end of row 9.
ROW #10-25: 16 sc. FO
BODY TOP & BOTTOM (make 1 yellow, 1 brown)
ROW #1: With brown, ch 17, sc in 2nd chain from hook, 15 sc (16). Ch 1, turn.
ROW #2-6: 16 sc. FO
BODY LEFT & RIGHT (make 2)
ROW #1: With brown, ch 7, sc in 2nd chain from hook, 5 sc (6). Ch 1, turn.
ROW #2-5: 6 sc. Change to white at the end of row 5.
ROW #6-9: 6 sc. Change to yellow at the end of row 9.
ROW #10-25: 6 sc. FO
EYES (make 2)
(I only made the white part and then glued wobbly blue eyes on them. You could make a smaller blue circle, and yet a smaller black one to finish the eyes)
ROW #1: With white, make a magic ring of 6 sc. (6)
ROW #2: *2 sc in each sc**, repeat 6 times. (12)
ROW #3: *2 sc in 1 sc, 1 sc**, repeat 6 times. (18) FO
TEETH
ROW #1: With white, ch 3, sc in 2nd chain from hook, 1 sc (2). Ch 1, turn.
ROW #2-3: 2 sc (2). FO
NOSE
ROW #1: With yellow, make a magic ring of 6 sc. (6)
ROW #2: *2 sc in each sc**, repeat 6 times. (12)
ROW #3: *2 sc tog**, repeat 6 times. (6)
ROW #4: 6 sc (6). FO
TIE
ROW #1: With red, ch 3, 4 dc in starting ch. (4)
ROW #2: 1 dc, 2 sc, 1dc. (4)
ROW #3: *2 sc tog**, repeat. (2)
ROW #4: 2 sc. (2)
ROW #5: *2 sc in 1 sc**, repeat. (4) FO (This is the part that goes to the neck. Shape the tie when you sew it on the front; I also outlined it black with the shirt collar)
LEGS (make 2)
ROW #1: With black, ch 5. 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, 2 sc, 3 sc in last ch. Continue working in remaining loops of foundation ch, 2 sc, 2 sc in last ch. (10)
ROW #2: In back loops only, 10 sc. (10)
ROW #3: 10 sc. (10)
ROW #4: *3 sc, 2 sc tog*, repeat, 3 sc. (8) Change to white. (Stuff shoe now. I didn’t stuff the rest of the legs)
ROW #5-9: 8 sc. (8) Change to red.
ROW #10: 8 sc. (8) Change to white.
ROW #11: 8 sc. (8) Change to blue.
ROW #12: 8 sc. (8) Change to white.
ROW #13: 8 sc. (8) Change to yellow.
ROW #14: *2 sc, 2 sc tog*, repeat. (6)
ROW #15-22: 6 sc. (6) FO
ARMS (make 2)
ROW #1: With yellow, make a magic ring of 6 sc. (6)
ROW #2-14: 6 sc. (Do not stuff and continue with the fingers)
*Ch 4, crochet back along the chain: 1sl st in 2nd ch from hook, 2 sc, sl st in the wrist (pull trough both sides)**, repeat 3 times. FO
PANTS LEGS & SHIRT SLEEVES (make 2 in brown, 2 in white)
ROW #1: Ch 10, sl st into starting ch, forming a ring. 10 sc.(10)
ROW #2-4: 10 sc. FO

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I had eyed these patterns at The Late Night Hooker: here’s SpongeBob and here’s Patrick Starr. I thought her SpongeBob was too big for me, so I made Patrick first and then adapted SpongeBob’s pattern to make it smaller. I’ll reproduce my version of the pattern at the end of this post, in case you want to use it. I should warn you, this is my first “creation” and the first pattern I write. I tried my best! I used acrylic yarn and a 3 mm hook and my SpongeBob’s height is aprox. 20 cm (7.8 inches). I needed a third toy so I did some research and found out that at some point SpongeBob had a pet seahorse that he named Mystery, and so I made Mystery out of this pattern. You can check out more photos at Flickr: SpongeBob, Patrick and Mystery.