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« on: May 09, 2010 09:40:10 AM »

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I started this little guy sometime in mid February, and he just hung around until today waiting for a second arm.

I tend to get projects very close to completion and then lose interest...but one of my goals for this summer is to finish or frog all of my ongoing projects. Luckily this little guy survived!

He's about 6 inches tall and 7 inches long. I overstuffed his head a bit, and his wings have some pieces of pipe cleaner in them (but I don't think it worked too well). Made up the pattern myself, and it was a pain in the butt!

From the front:

From the side:

From the back:

I plan to improve this pattern by re-making the arms/feet to make them less complicated and also change the body shape, but that may take awhile so here is what I have so far.

Now the pattern! I'm still kind of proud for actually writing it down, but be warned! I have a habit of making things a lot more complicated than they should be, so some of the pieces are a bit tricky (or just totally weird!)  Roll Eyes. You have been warned. Also, if something comes out a bit wonky or doesn't resemble the piece in the photos please tell me...I probably re-did that piece and forgot to change the pattern.

R1: 6 sc
R2: inc each sc (12)
R3: *inc, sc 1* around (18)
R4: *inc, sc 2* around (24)
R5: *inc, sc 3* around (30)
R6: *inc, sc 4* around (36)
R7: *inc, sc 5* around (42)
R8-R16: sc around (42)
R17: *inc, sc 6* around (48)
R18: sc around (48)
R19: *dec, sc 6* around (42)
R20: *dec, sc 5* around (36)
R21: *dec, sc 4* around (30)
R22: *dec, sc 1* around (20)
R23: *dec* around (10)

R1: 6 sc
R2: *inc* around (12)
R3: *sc 2, inc* around (16)
R4: sc 3, [sc, ch3, sc] in same sc, sc 2, [sc, ch3, sc] in same stitch, sc 9 (18)
R5: sc 3, dec, sc 2, dec, sc 9 (16)
R6: sc around (16)

Ears (make 2)
R1: ch 7, turn
R2: In fourth sc from hook [tc 3, ch3, sl sc], ch 3, [tc 2, dc] in same sc, sc 1, ch 3, [tc 2, dc] in same sc

Horns (make 2)
R1: 4 sc
R2: sc aroiund (4)
R3: *inc, sc* around (6)

R1: 6 sc
R2: inc each sc (12)
R3: *inc, sc 1* around (18)
R4: *inc, sc 2* around (24)
R5: *inc, sc 3* around (30)
R6-15: sc around (30)
R16: *dec, sc 3* around (24)
R17: *dec, sc 2* around (18)
R18: *dec, sc 1* around (12)
R19: *dec, sc 4* around (10)

Stomach Patch
R1: ch 3, turn
R2-4: sc all
R5: inc, sc, inc (5)
R6-7: sc all
R8: inc, sc 3, inc (7)
R9-13: sc all
R14: dec, sc 3, dec (5)
R15: dec, sc, dec (3)
Now stitch around the patch and make a nice border (mine was about 30 sc I think...)

Arms (make 2)
R1: 8 sc
R2-4: sc around
R5: hdc, dc, dc, hdc, sl sc 4
R6: hdc 4, sl sc 4
R7: sc around
R8: sl sc 5, *[ch 3, sl sc] in same sc* repeat in last 3 scs (8 sc)
R9: *dec* around (or just sew the hole shut after stuffing)

Feet (make 2)
R1: 8 sc
R2: *inc* around (16)
R3: sc, [hdc , dc, hdc] in same sc, sl sc, [sc, hdc, dc, hdc] in same sc, sl sc, [sc, hdc, dc, hdc] in same sc, sl sc, sc 9 (24)
R4: *sl sc 2, sc 3* three times, sl sc 1, sc 8 (24)
R5: sc, sl sc 1, sc 3, *sl sc 2, sc 3* twice, sl sc 1, sc 8 (24)
R6: sc 2, *dec over 3, sl sc 2* twice, dec over 3, sc 9 (18)
R7: sc 1, dec 5, sc 7 (13)
Sew hole closed.

R1: 6 sc
R2-3: sc around
R4: inc 2, sc 4 (8 sc)
R5-6: sc around
R7: sc, inc 2, sc 5 (10)
R8-9: sc around
R10: sc 2, inc 2, sc 6 (12)
R11-12: sc around
R13: sc 3, inc 2, sc 7 (14)
R14-15: sc around
R16: sc 4, inc 2, sc 8 (16)
R17-18: sc around

Wing - Big Triangle (make 2)
R1: ch 2, turn
R2: inc, ch 1, turn (3?)
R3: inc, sc 3, ch 1, turn (4)
R4: inc, sc 4, ch 1, turn (5)
R5: sc 5

Wing - Small Triangle (make 2)
R1: ch2, turn
R2: inc, ch 1, turn (3?)
R3: sc 3, ch 1, turn (3)
R3: inc, sc 3, ch 1, turn (4)

Wing - Outer Tube (make 2)
R1: 5 sc
R2-9: sc around
R10: hdc, dc, hdc, sc 2 (5)
R11-17: sc around

Wing - Middle Tube (make 2)
R1: 5 sc
R2-6: sc around
Sew to outer tube, around the middle of it. Then sew the triangles in the gaps.
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« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2010 10:07:57 AM »

He's soo cuuuuute Cheesy Great job!

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« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2010 10:19:21 AM »

That is the most adorable little dragon ever! Smiley

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« Reply #3 on: May 09, 2010 01:44:26 PM »

Oh my gawsh! That is soooo cute!

« Reply #4 on: May 09, 2010 01:50:12 PM »

ohmygoshilovehimsomuch!  soooo cute!  you need to make a green one!!!
« Reply #5 on: May 09, 2010 02:53:12 PM »

This is the cutest dragon ami I've seen! <3
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« Reply #6 on: May 09, 2010 07:25:38 PM »

He's SO adorable!!!!  You should write a pattern!!

« Reply #7 on: May 09, 2010 09:11:09 PM »

Oh, he is simply adorable!


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« Reply #8 on: May 10, 2010 11:32:51 AM »

Made up the pattern myself, and it was a pain in the butt!

But it was well worth it, I'd say. Very cute!
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« Reply #9 on: May 10, 2010 12:38:00 PM »

Oh my heart just lept when I saw him, I think I'm in love

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