Sunday, November 15, 2015

Ryder Pattern

Special notes: I just want to mention that there are a lot of ends to weave in and trim in this pattern. And please feel free to email me if you have any questions about this pattern.

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

Supplies
2.5mm crochet hook
Yarn: Bernat super value yarn in oatmeal (skin color), Patons Astra yarn in white, red, light blue, dark blue, dark brown and yellow
7.5mm safety eyes 
Black embroidery thread for the mouth
Stuffing 
Scissors
Needle
Ryder
Rnd1: Starting at the top of your amigurumi's head with skin colour yarn sc x 6 in an adjustable ring (6)
Rnd2: Inc x 6 (12)
Rnd3: Inc x 12 (24)
Rnd4: Sc x 24 (24)
Rnd5: [Sc, inc] x 12 (36)
Rnd6: Sc x 36 (36)
Rnd7: [Sc x 4, dec] x 6 (30)
Rnd8: Sc x 30 (30)
Rnd9: [Sc x 8, dec] x 3 (27)
Rnd10: You will be marking in this Rnd where to place the eyes. sc x 12, place a stitch marker in the last stitch you just did this is where the first eye will go, sc x 5, place a stitch marker on the last stich you just did this is where the second eye will go, sc x 10 (27)
Rnd11-12: Sc x 27 (27)
Rnd13: Sc x 8,dec x 2, sc x 2, inc x 3, sc, dec x 2, sc x 5 (26)
Rnd14: Sc x 12, inc x 3, sc x 11 (29)
Rnd15: Sc x 29 (29)
Rnd16: Sc x 7, dec x 4, sc x 3, dec x 4, sc x 3, insert your safety eyes where you marked the stitches in Rnd 10 (21)
Rnd17: Sc x 4, dec x 8, sc (13)
Rnd18: Sc x 4, dec x 4, sc (9)
Rnd19: Sc x 9 (9)
Rnd20: Inc, sc x 3, inc, sc x 4 (11)
Rnd21: Inc x 2, sc x 2, inc x 7 (20)
Rnd22: Inc x 3, change to white yarn and sc x 4, inc x 5, sc x 6, inc x 2 (30)
Rnd23: Inc x 4, sc x 9, inc x 4, sc x 13 (38)
Rnd24: Sc, inc x 2, sc x 18, inc x 2, sc x 13, dec (41)
Rnd25: Dec x 5, sc x 9, dec x 6, sc x 10 (30)
Rnd26: Dec x 2, sc x 11, dec x 2, sc x 11 (26)
Rnd27-35: Sc x 26 (26)
Rnd36: Sc x 10, change to dark blue and sc x 16 (26)
Rnd37-39: Sc x 26 (26)
Rnd40: Sc x 4, dec, sc x 11, dec, sc x 7 (24)
Rnd41: You will be starting the first leg in this Rnd. Sc x 11, skip 12 stitches, sc (12)
Rnd42-45: Sc x 12 (12)
Rnd46: Sc x 5, dec, sc x 5 (11)
Rnd47-58: Sc x 11 (11)
Rnd59: Inc, sc x 5, inc, sc x 3, inc (14)
Rnd60-61: Sc x 14, fo at the end of Rnd61 (14)

Foot 
Row1: With your doll facing you and upside down, find the middle stitch in the front of your amigurumi's leg. Insert your hook into the first stitch to the right of the middle stitch and with white yarn sc x 3 (3)
Row2-3: Turn, ch, sc x 3 (3)
Row4: Turn, ch, inc, sc, inc (5)
Row5: Turn, ch, sc x 5, place a stitch marker in the last stitch in this Row (5)
Rnd6: Do not turn. Sc around the entire piece x 24 to the stitch before the stitch marker (24)
Rnd7-8: Sc x 25, fo at the end of Rnd8 (25)
**Repeat for the second foot**

Second Leg
Rnd1: With the back of your doll facing you insert your hook into the first stitch to the left of the first leg and with blue yarn sc x 12 (12)
Rnd2: Jump back over to the first stitch of the previous Rnd and sc x 12 around (12)
Rnd3: Sc x 12 (12)
Rnd4: Dec, sc x 10 (11)
Rnd5-18: Sc x 11 (11)
Rnd19: [Inc, sc x 3] x 2, inc, sc x 2 (14)
Rnd20-21: Sc x 14, fo at the end of Rnd21 (14)

Sole Of Foot (Make 2)
Row1: With white yarn ch x 5 (5)
Row2: Turn, sc x 4 (4)
Row3-11: Turn, ch, sc x 4, fo at the end of Row11 (4)

Arm (Make 2)
Rnd1: With skin colour yarn sc x 6 in a magic ring (6)
Rnd2: Inc, sc x 5 (7)
Rnd3: Sc x 7 (7)
Rnd4: Sc x 3, puff stitch, sc x 3 (7)
Rnd5: Sc x 7 (7)
Rnd6: Change to white yarn and sc x 7 (7)
Rnd7-23: sc x 7, fo at the end of Rnd23 (7)

Hem On Shirt Sleeve (Make 2)
Row1: With white yarn ch x 12 (12)
Row2: Turn, sc x 11 (11)
Row3: Turn, ch, sc x 11, fo (11)
Vest
Row1: Starting at the bottom of your vest with light blue yarn ch x 36 (36)
Row2: Turn, sc x 35 (25)
Row3: Turn, change to red yarn and ch, sc x 35 (35
Row4-7: Turn, ch, sc x 35 (35)
Row8: Turn, ch, dec, sc x 31, dec (33)
Row9-14: Turn, ch, sc x 33 (33)
Row15: Turn, change to yellow and ch, sc x 33 (33)
Row16: Turn, change to white and ch, sc x 33 (33)
Row17: Turn, ch, sc x 33 (33)
Row18: Turn, ch, sc x 6, now you will be making the arm holes, ch x 7, skip 5 stitches, sc x 11, ch x 7, skip 5 stitches, sc x 6 (37)
Row19: Turn, ch, dec, sc x 4, sc x 7 in ch7 space, sc x 11, sc x 7 in ch 7 space, sc x 4, dec (35)
Row20: Turn, ch, dec, sc x 3, [dec, sc] x 3, sc x 7, [sc, dec] x 3, sc x 3, dec (27)
Row21: Turn, ch, sc x 5, dec x 2, sc x 10, dec x 2, sc x 4 (23)
Row22: Do this entire round in the back loops, change to light blue and ch, inc, sc x 21, inc (25)
Row23-25: Turn, ch, sc x 25, fo at the end of Row25 (25)

Sleeve On The Vest
Rnd1: Insert your hook into any stitch in the arm hole and with light blue yarn sc x 14 around, join , fo (14)

Pocket On The Vest (Make 2)
Row1: With light blue yarn ch x 5 (5)
Row2: Turn, sc x 4, fo (4)

Cargo Pants Pocket (Make 2)
Row1: With dark blue yarn ch x 5 (5)
Row2: Turn, sc x 4 (4)
Row3-4: Turn, ch, sc x 4 (4)
Rnd5: Do not turn, sc around the entire piece and fo

Wig Cap
Rnd1: With brown yarn sc x 6 in an adjustable ring (6)
Rnd2: Inc x 6 (12)
Rnd3: [Sc, inc] x 6 (18)
Rnd4: [Sc, inc] x 9 (27)
Rnd5: [Sc x 2, inc] x 9 (36)
Rnd6-8: Sc x 36 (36)
Row9: Now you will be starting the back of the hair, turn, ch, sc x 21 (21)
Row10-13: Turn, ch, sc x 21 (21)
Row14: Turn, ch, dec, sc x 17, dec (19)
Row15: Turn, ch, sc x 19 (19)
Row16: Turn, ch, dec x 2, sc x 11, dec x 2, fo (15)

Spike Of Hair (Large Spike)
Row1: To make the spikes of hair you will be working in the posts. Decide where you would like a spike of hair and then insert your hook into the post and with brown yarn sc x 6 across (see the photo below) (6)
Row2: Turn, ch, sc x 6 (6)
Row3: Turn, ch, dec, sc x 2, dec (4)
Row4-6: Turn, ch, sc x 4 (4)
Row7: Turn, ch, dec x 2 (2)
Row8: Turn, ch, dec, fo (1)
**Repeat this for wherever you would like large spikes across the top of your amigurumi's head on the wig cap**

Spike Of Hair (Small Spike)
Row1: Decide where you would like a spike of hair and then insert your hook into the post and with brown yarn sc x 5 across (5)
Row2-3: Turn, ch, sc x 4 (4)
Row4: Turn, ch, dec x 2 (2)
Row5: Turn, ch, sc x 2 (2)
Row6: Turn, ch, dec, fo (1)
**Repeat this for wherever you would like small spikes across the top of your amigurumi's head on the wig cap**

Ear (Make 2)
Rnd1: With skin colour yarn sc x 6 in an adjustable ring, fo (6)

Nose
Row1: With skin colour yarn ch x 2 (2)
Row2: Turn, puff stitch in the second ch from hook, fo (1) 

Assembly: 
Stuff the legs of your doll firmly, and sew the soles onto your dolls feet. Sew the hem onto each shirt sleeve. Then sew the arms onto your doll. Sew on the ears and nose. Weave in all ends on your amigurumi and the vest. Sew the pockets onto the vest. Sew on a mouth and eyebrows. Then weave in all of the ends on the spikes of hair. Then sew the wig cap in place on your amigurumi's head. You can also cut out a little patch for the vest using felt, and attach it to the vest using a hot glue gun. That's it, your all done! 

6 comments:

  1. This is very cute. You did a great job, and thank you for sharing it. Have you also made all of the pups? I was just wondering because my granddaughter likes Sky, and the grandsons, like Marshal and Rubble.

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    1. Hello Denise, I do have the pattern for the pup pictured in the post. I just have to finish typing up the pattern and then I will share it :)

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  2. Are you going to make the others? These are fantastic

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    1. Thank you! And I am working on Skye right now :)

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  3. Hi did you ever finish the Skye pattern. Just going to start Ryder now for my grandson thanks

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    1. Hello Victoraia, yes I believe I do have a pattern for Skye. I will have a look in my older pattern book and if I have it I will share it on my blog.

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