Monday, May 18, 2015

Micro Sheldon Pattern

Abbreviations
ch-chain
sc-single crochet
inc-increase
dec-decrease
fo-fasten off

Finished Size
2.5 inches

Supplies
DMC embroidery thread in the following colors: 
Skin #945 (you will need a few skeins of the skin colour)
Red (Flash shirt) #666
Green (Green Lantern Shirt) #700
Brown (Pants) #632
White #3865
Brown (Hair) #838
Yellow #444
Black #310
**Do not separate the thread, use the whole strand throughout the entire pattern for every color**
1mm crochet hook
Small amount of stuffing
Scissors
Needle
Head and Body
Rd1: Starting at the top of your dolls head with skin thread sc x 6 in an adjustable ring (6)
Rd2: Inc x 6 (12)
Rd3: [Sc, inc] x 6 (18)
Rd4: [Sc x 2, inc] x 6 (24)
Rd5: [Sc x 5, inc] x 4 (28)
Rd6-7: Sc x 28 (28)
Rd8: Sc x 2, [sc x 4, dec] x 4, sc x 2 (24)
Rd9-10: Sc x 24 (24)
Rd11: Dec x 12, from this point on stuff your doll firmly as you are working (12)
Rd12: Dec x 6 (6)
Rd13: Inc x 6 (12)
Rd14: Change to red (or green if you are making a Green Lantern shirt) [sc, inc] x 6 (18)
Rd15-18: Sc x 18 (18)
Rd19: Sc in front loop x 18, fo (18)

Pants
Rd1: Roll up your shirt to Rd19 where you single crocheted in the front loops. In the area where you fastened off in the last round of your shirt, insert your hook into the back loop and with brown thread sc x 18 around (18)
Rd2: [Sc x 8, inc] x 2 (20)
Rd3: Sc x 20 (20)
Rd4: Sc x 2, skip 10 stitches, sc x 8 (10)
Rd5-9: Sc x 10 (10)
Row10: Sc x 4, switch to black thread and sc x 3 (7)
Row11-12: Turn, ch, sc x 2, place a stitch marker in the last stitch in Row12 (2)
Rd13: Sc x 15 around the entire piece to the stitch before the stitch marker (15)
Rd14: Sc x 16, fo (16)
Second Pant Leg
Rd1: With the back of your doll facing you insert your hook into the first stitch to the left of your first leg and with brown thread sc x 10 around (10)
Rd2-5: Sc x 10 (10)
Row6: Sc x 8, switch to black thread and sc x 3 (11)
Row7-8: Turn, ch, sc x 2, place a stitch marker in the last stitch in Row8 (2)
Rd9: Sc x 15 around the entire piece to the stitch before the stitch marker (15)
Rd10: Sc x 16, fo (16)

Sole Of Foot (Make 2)
Row1: With black thread ch x 3 (3)
Row2: Turn, sc x 2 (2)
Row3-6: Turn, ch, sc x 2, fo at the end of Row6 (2)

Arm (Make 2)
Rd1: Starting at the bottom of your dolls arm with skin thread sc x 5 in an adjustable ring (5)
Rd2-4: Sc x 5 (5)
Rd5: Switch to red thread (or green if you are making a Green Lantern shirt) sc x 5, fo (5)

Patch For The Shirt
Rd1: With white thread sc x 5 in an adjustable ring, fo (5)

Ear (Make 2)
Rd1: With skin thread sc x 4 in an adjustable ring, fo (5)
Assembly
Stuff your doll firmly. Sew the soles onto your dolls feet. Embroider the symbol onto your patch, and sew the patch onto your doll. You can also use a bit of hot glue to attach the patch. Sew the arms and ears onto your doll. Sew on hair and eyebrows. Then I tied little knots to make the eyes. And sew on a mouth. And that's it you're done, now you have your own micro Sheldon! 

Feel free to sell finished items that you make using my patterns. But please do not distribute my patterns without my permission. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at amidorablecrochet@gmail.com

12 comments:

  1. Great! A great present for my son, greetings Michaela

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  2. Oh, this is so great! Thank you so much for sharing the pattern.
    I'll definitely make one for a friend of mine who's doing his PhD in Physics in June.
    :)

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    1. So this is my little Sheldon..
      https://www.flickr.com/photos/karla_k/19863082629/in/dateposted-public/

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    2. awww, oh my gosh your tiny Sheldon is so cute!! :)

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  3. I made one! :D
    https://scontent-fra3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xap1/v/t1.0-9/10305176_109941719340309_8049590358794844708_n.jpg?oh=fedbb14bee2d92039f3a431c52a55bfc&oe=5600F1AF

    Thank you Jackie!

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    1. Oh my gosh, he's so cute! Great job, he turned out awesome :)

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  4. Is there any plans to release an Amy pattern or the rest of the Big Bang gang?

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    1. Hi Angie,

      At this moment no, I will only be sharing the Sheldon Pattern. But if I make the other cast members in the future in tiny form, I will share the patterns.

      Thanks!

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