Long time no see! It’s been a while since my last post here, but I’m back with a free Pokemon pattern~

This time it’s the ghost-type pokemon, Gengar!


Materials

  • Purple yarn
  • Red felt (for eyes)
  • White felt (for the mouth)
  • Black fabric paint or embroidery thread (for eye & mouth details)
  • Crochet hook, size 4.5mm
  • Darning needle
  • Stuffing
  • Hot glue gun (for attaching the felt)

Abbreviations

*Crochet terms are US terms

  • MC = magic circle
  • SC = single crochet
  • BLO = back loops only
  • INC = increase
  • DEC = decrease
  • SS = slip stitch
  • CH = chain
  • * = repeat around

Legs / Body

  1. SC 8 in MC (8)
  2. SC 1, INC * (12)
  3. In BLO, SC * (12)
  4. SC 5, INC * (14)
  5. SC 6, INC * (16)

Finish off, leaving a short tail – this creates the first leg

Repeat Rounds 1 – 5 to make the second leg, but do not finish off. Continue below:

  • SC 4, CH 1, TURN
  • SC 4, CH 1, TURN
  • SC 4, CH 1, TURN
  • SC 4, CH 1, TURN
  • SC 4

This creates the tab/bridge between the two legs. Next step is to join the legs together:

  • Make 4 SC through both the tab/bridge and the first leg
  • SC 12 around the 1st leg
  • SC 5 on the tab/bridge
  • SC 12 around the 2nd leg
  • SC 5 on the other side of the tab/bridge (34)

Now the legs are joined together, continue on:

  • SC around, making 1 increase on each side (36)
  • SC * (36)
  • SC * (36)
  • SC * (36)
  • SC * (36)
  • SC * (36)
  • SC * (36)
  • SC * (36)
  • SC * (36)
  • SC 16, DEC * (34)
  • SC 15, DEC * (32)
  • SC * (32)
  • SC 14, DEC * (30)
  • SC 13, DEC * (28)
  • SC 12, DEC * (26)
  • SC 11, DEC * (24)
  • SC 10, DEC * (22)
  • SC 9, DEC * (20)
  • SC 3, DEC * (16)
  • SC 2, DEC * (12)
  • DEC * (6)

Finish off, leaving a tail to weave in the end

Horns (x2)

  • SC 4 in MC (4)
  • SC 1, INC * (6)
  • SC * (6)
  • SC 2, INC * (8)
  • SC 3, INC * (10)
  • SC 4, INC * (12)
  • SC 3, INC * (15)

Finish off, leaving a tail to sew the horns to the body

Arms (x2)

  • SC 6 in MC (6)
  • SC 1, INC * (9)
  • SC 2, INC * (12)
  • SC * (12)
  • SC * (12)
  • SC * (12)
  • SC 2, DEC * (9)

Finish off, leaving a tail to sew the arms to the body

Tail

  • SC 4 in MC (4)
  • SC 1, INC * (6)
  • SC 2, INC * (8)
  • SC * (8)
  • SC 3, INC * (10)
  • SC 4, INC * (12)
  • SC 2, INC * (16)
  • SC 3, INC * (20)

Finish off, leaving a tail to sew to the body


Time for the face details!

  • Cut two half circle shapes in red felt
  • Cut a wide smile shape in white felt
  • Use black fabric paint (or embroidery) to add the details to the eyes and mouth

Assembly

  • Attach the felt eyes and mouth to the body using hot glue
  • Sew the horns to the top of the head
  • Sew the arms to the sides of the body
  • Sew the tail to the back of the body

And now Gengar is complete!


I hope you enjoy this free pattern, and if you make one I’d love to see it! You can tag me on Instagram @tokyodragon.crochet

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This pattern is an original pattern by Tokyo Dragon Crochet. Please do not claim this pattern as your own. You may sell products made from this pattern, but please clearly credit the design to Tokyo Dragon Crochet, and adding a link to my blog (www.tokyodragoncrochet.com) and/or my Instagram page (@tokyodragon.crochet) would be much appreciated. Permission is NOT granted for mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind. Please do not copy, edit, or sell this pattern. Thank you for your understanding!


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