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Topic: Oh My Glob you guys!! More Adventure Time Stuff *Patterns Included!!*  (Read 6281 times)
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MichelleMalice
« on: September 24, 2012 12:42:58 AM »

 Grin
I know i keep posting a lot of AT stuff... But it's my current most elaborate project and something I'm completely proud of. Here are links to my 3 phone cozies/socks/cases/pouches


Tada!! This was my first Adventure Time project!


Finn:


You will need : Royal Blue, Sky Blue, White and Beige dk weight yarn 2 Black Beads or Felt 3mm hook

With Royal Blue Start by chaining 16 skip one chain and crochet across, flip the chain and crochet around you will have 30 stitches. Crochet 5 rounds (30 sts)

Change to Sky blue and crochet 15 rounds (30 sts)

Change to White and crochet 9 rounds (30 sts)

on the 10 round at the corner stitches you will chain 8 and slip it in the same stitch you chained from. to make the ears. Its technically a larger picot stitch (i stitched it to close it up)

OR

You can bind off after R10 and make the ears separately

Ch4

R1: sk 1 sc across. Ch1 turn. (3 sts)

R2: 2 sc in 1st sc, 1 sc 2sc in last sc. Ch1 turn. (5sts)

R3: sc in each sc across. (5sts) Sew them on the corners

For the face. Using Beige

R1: Make a magic circle and 6 sc in the circle. Pull and tighten. slst to the 1st st ch1. (6sts)

R2: 2 sc in each sc around slst ch1 (12sts)

R3: (1sc, inc) 6 times slst ch1 (18sts)

R4: (1sc, 1sc, inc) 6 times across (24sts)

Bind off and Weave in. sew it on the white part. I used beads for the eyes and i sewed on the mouth you can use felt for whatever expression you want him to have.




Jake:


I used a 3mm hook Weight 2 yarn in Black, Golden Yellow Laceweight or Weight 1 yarn in White

For eyes (make 2)

NOTE: With light dk weight white yarn Chain 3 or start with a magic loop

6 sc in first chain stitch (in loop)

2 sc in each of 6 sc (12sts)

slip stitch chain 1 (1sc, inc) all around (18sts)

slip stitch EDIT: If you are using weight 3 white yarn no need to increase to 18 sts

Change to black

Sc in each sc slip stitch Bind off leave a long tail for sewing

For ears (make 2)

With Yellow

Chain 7

Half double Crochet 2 sts back and across to the end (5 sts)

Flip chain work other side of chain (5sts) Slip stitch, Bind off, Leave tail for sewing

For Mustache (make one)

With Yellow

Chain 15

2 dc in 3rd chain from hook and sc to last chain 4 dc in last chain

Flip chain and sc across to last st work 2 dc  Slip stitch, bind off, leave tail for sewing

For Nose (make 1)

With Black

Chain 6 Sc across to the end (5 sts)

Flip chain Sc each st on opposite end of chain (5 sts) Slip stitch.

Bind off Fold in half and sew around. It should look like a small triangle

For Body (make 1)

With Yellow

Chain 16

Sc in 2nd ch from hook and sc to the end. Flip chain. Sc in each st slip stitch (30 sts)

Keep working in rounds (30 sts all the way through)

Work around until it fits the height of your phone or iPod or whatever Weave in stray yarns, sew everything together. Use the picture to have a clue about what should go where =)




Lumpy Space Princess LSP:


I used a worsted weight Purple and a 3 mm hook

Start by chaining 16 sc across and flip the chain over and sc across slst. (30 sts)

I worked some 25 rows back and forth (30 sts)

Single crochet around the pouch except for the opening that is the 3 sides. (65 sts)

Now this might not be totally accurate, depending on the size of your cozy you will need to alter the shells, but this is how I did the shell stitches for the lumps

Lump 1: ch2, sk2, dc, 2dc in the same stitch, 2dc, sk2, slst.

Lump 2: sk2, 2dc in next stitch, 2 tc, 2tc, 2dc, sk2, slst.

Lump 3: sk2, 2dc in next stitch, 2dc, 2dc, sk2, slst to the corner Now you should be at the bottom.

Time to work the bottom and tentacles: ch1, sc, sc, sc, sc, (ch3, 2dc, ch3, slst) repeat () 2 more times and sc to the corner stitch.

Lump 4: sk2, 2dc in next stitch, 2dc, 2dc, sk2, slst.

Lump 5: repeat lump 2

Lump 6: sk2, 2dc in next stitch, 2dc, 2dc, sk2, slst.

Fasten off Now for the head lump leave a fairly long tail before you knot the slip knot

Ch16

R1: Sc across (15 sts) ch1 turn

R2: Sc1, sc2tog, sc to last 3 sts, sc2tog, sc1, ch1, turn Repeat row 2.

4 more times, until you have 5 stitches left.

DO NOT FASTEN OFF!! Sew it on the top and single crochet all around, fasten off and weave in.




BONUS Finn Lip Balm Cozy:


I used a 2mm hook, 2.5mm could work as well Sport, weight 2 yarn in a Royal blue, Sky Blue, White, Biege/Skin color 2 little round black beads

For face (make 1)

With Flesh/Skin colored yarn You can use felt if youre lazy ^_^

Chain 7

hdc in 2nd ch from hook and across to the end (5 sts)

Flip chain and hdc on the opposite end (5 sts) Slip stitch. Bind off

For body (make 1)

Using royal blue (the darker shade of blue)

Ch 3 or start with a magic loop

6 sc in 1st st (or in loop)

2 sc each of 6 sts (12 sts)

if it fits continue to next part, if not increase 1 more round

(1sc, inc) 6x (18 sts)

Work 7 rounds (12 sts in all rounds)

Change color to sky blue (lighter blue) Work 8 rounds (12 sts in all rounds)

Change color to white Work 5 rounds (12 sts in all rounds)

For ears work 2 picot stitches in the 5th round 5 sts apart Picot Stitch Chain 3, slip stitch into the top of the single crochet where the chain of 3 comes from.


Copyright: For personal use only, please dont sell or reproduce the pattern on your website and credit me. You are not allowed to profit in anyway from my patterns be it the finished product or the pattern itself. Finished products given as donations and gifts are A-Ok. I hold all the rights to my work ^_^


Hope nothing is too complicated. ! If you have any issues with the pattern or if anything seems confusing please let me know! and forgive my crappy pattern writing skills, I'm new at this. Thanks for looking ^^
« Last Edit: January 10, 2013 07:39:17 PM by MichelleMalice » THIS ROCKS   Logged
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« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2012 12:20:03 PM »

What a cute set.
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« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2012 04:01:31 PM »

Haha, I made a very similar Jake phone case for the Adventure Time Swap earlier this month! ADVENTURE TIME ROCKS!!

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« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2012 04:02:37 PM »

By the way, I really like the Fin lip balm cozy haha. So great.
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« Reply #4 on: September 29, 2012 07:37:46 PM »

You've perfectly captured LSP's facial expression. Brilliant.
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« Reply #5 on: September 30, 2012 04:53:12 AM »

These are great!  I know some one who would love these.  Thanks for the patterns!
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« Reply #6 on: September 30, 2012 05:04:59 PM »

These are great! I haven't gotten the phone sock down quite yet in my own crochet efforts, no matter how much I pay attention to gauge, it always turns out to big.
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« Reply #7 on: October 06, 2012 07:50:13 PM »

OMG, thanks everyone!
But please let me know if there are any errors in the patterns!

These are great! I haven't gotten the phone sock down quite yet in my own crochet efforts, no matter how much I pay attention to gauge, it always turns out to big.
These pattern are for largish phones. Chain it to the size of your phone. It'll easily work for Finn and Jake but LSP will be a little more complicated. Hope this helps!
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« Reply #8 on: November 28, 2012 03:57:10 AM »

These are awesome, I'm definitely trying the lsp one soon
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« Reply #9 on: May 07, 2013 06:13:29 PM »

Love the phone case, but my nephews would so steel it off me Smiley
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