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Penguin Buddy Crochet Pattern


Penguin Buddy Crochet Pattern

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Isn’t this little Penguin Buddy Crochet Pattern a cute winter companion? My boys have been asking to keep these penguins for themselves ever since I crafted them up. I think they might find them under the tree this year as their gift from mommy.

You don’t have to be little to enjoy this penguin stuffy! He is cute for holiday decor or to just have around. And of course, I think he makes an excellent gift for all ages.

Are you looking for more penguin patterns?

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Supplies for the Penguin Buddy Crochet Pattern:

• Size US G (4.0 mm) crochet hook

• Removable stitch markers if needed

• Yarn needle to weave in ends

• Fiberfill or stuffing Yarn:

Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek DK Yarn

in colorways:

Ivory

Cedar

Linen

Dijon

Yarn substitutions (check gauge):

• Bernat Baby Sport

•Paintbox Yarns Baby DK

• Plymouth Yarn Deambaby DK Skill Level:

• Advanced Beginner Measurements:

Penguin stands about 7.5” (19 cm) tall Abbreviations:

• ch – chain

• sc – single crochet

• sc2tog – single crochet two together

• st(s) – stitch(es) Yardage:

• 135 yards (124 m) Gauge:

• 22 sts and 28 rows = 4” (10 cm)

in single crochet stitch

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Notes for the Penguin Buddy Crochet Pattern:

This crochet buddy is worked in pieces and then hand sewn together.

The Ch 1 at the beginning of the row does not count as a stitch.

In order to reduce a traveling seam use the hook over method. This occurs when completing the last step of the single crochet. Instead of placing the yarn over the hook, place the hook over the yarn, and complete stitch.

This pattern is worked in the round continuously without joining. Use a stitch marker to keep track of rounds.

Helpful Videos

No More Twisted Chains

Magic Circle/Ring:

Invisible Decrease (sc2tog):

Penguin Buddy Crochet Pattern Instructions:

Penguin Head:

Round Description Stitch Count 1 With Ivory yarn sc 6 in Magic Ring 6 2 2 sc in each stitch around 12 3 *2 sc in first, sc in next; repeat * around 18 4 *2 sc in first, sc 2; repeat * around 24 5 *2 sc in first, sc 3; repeat * around 30 6 *2 sc in first, sc 4; repeat * around 36 7 *2 sc in first, sc 5; repeat * around 42 8-14 sc in each stitch around 42 15 *sc2tog, sc 5; repeat * around 36 16 *sc2tog, sc 4; repeat * aroundBegin to stuff with fiberfill as you go. 30 17 *sc2tog, sc 3; repeat * around 24 18 *sc2tog, sc 2; repeat * around 18 19 *sc2tog, sc 1; repeat * around 12 20 sc2tog aroundFasten off and use tail end to weave through remaining stitches and close hole. Weave in ends, set aside until assembly. 6

Penguin Body:

Round Description Stitch Count 1 With Light Grey yarn chain 20 20 2 *2 sc in first, sc 4; repeat * around 24 3 sc in each stitch around 24 4 *2 sc in first, sc 5; repeat * around 28 5 sc in each stitch around 28 6 *2 sc in first, sc 6; repeat * around 32 7 sc in each stitch around 32 8 *2 sc in first, sc 7; repeat * around 36 9 sc in each stitch around 36 10 *2 sc in first, sc 8; repeat * around 40 11 sc in each stitch around 40 12 *2 sc in first, sc 9; repeat * around 44 13 sc in each stitch around 44 14 *2 sc in first, sc 10; repeat * around 48 15 sc in each stitch around 48 16 *2 sc in first, sc 7; repeat * around 54 17 sc in each stitch around 54 18 *2 sc in first, sc 8; repeat * around 60 19 sc in each stitch around 60 20 *2 sc in first, sc 9; repeat * around 66 21-26 sc in each stitch around 66 27 *sc2tog, sc 9; repeat * around 60 28 *sc2tog, sc 8; repeat * around 54 29 *sc2tog, sc 7; repeat * around 48 30 *sc2tog, sc 6; repeat * around 42 31 *sc2tog, sc 5; repeat * around 36 32 *sc2tog, sc 4; repeat * around 30 33 *sc2tog, sc 3; repeat * around 24 34 *sc2tog, sc 2; repeat * aroundBegin to stuff with fiberfill as you go. 18 35 *sc2tog, sc 1; repeat * around 12 36 sc2tog aroundFasten off and use tail end to weave through remaining stitches and close hole. Weave in ends, set aside until assembly. 6

Penguin Arms (make 2):

Round Description Stitch Count 1 With Light Grey yarn sc 6 in Magic Ring 6 2 2 sc in each stitch around 12 3-4 sc in each stitch around 12 5 *2 sc in first, sc 5; repeat * around 14 6 sc in each stitch around 14 7 *2 sc in first, sc 6; repeat * around 16 8 sc in each stitch around 16 9 *2 sc in first, sc 7; repeat * around 18 10 sc in each stitch around 18 11 *2 sc in first, sc 8; repeat * around 20 12-16 sc in each stitch around 20 17 *sc2tog, sc 8; repeat * aroundBegin to stuff with fiberfill as you go. 18 18 sc in each stitch around 18 19 *sc2tog, sc 7; repeat * around 16 20 sc in each stitch around 16 21 *sc2tog, sc 6; repeat * around 14 22-23 sc in each stitch aroundFasten off and leaving a 12 inch tail, set aside until assembly. 14

Penguin Head Piece:

Row Description Stitch Count 1 With Black yarn ch 5, sc in 2nd stitch form hook and across, turn. 4 2-5 Ch 1, sc 4, turn. 4 6 Ch 1, 2sc in first, sc until last stitch, 2 sc in last, turn. 6 7-22 Repeat row 6 until stitch count is 38 38 Round To work in the round, work the next stitch into the first stitch from previous row. This will now be worked continuuslly in the round, use stithc marker to keep track of the beginning of round. 23 sc in each stitch around (including chains) 40 24 *sc2tog, sc 6; repeat * around 35 25 *sc2tog, sc 5; repeat * around 30 26 *sc2tog, sc 4; repeat * around 25 27 *sc2tog, sc 3; repeat * around 20 28 *sc2tog, sc 2; repeat * around 15 29 *sc2tog, sc 1; repeat * aroundFasten off and use tail end to weave through remaining stitches and close hole. Weave in ends, set aside until assembly 10

Penguin Beak:

Round Description Stitch Count 1 With Yellow yarn sc 4 in Magic Ring 4 2 *2sc in first, sc; repeat * around 6 3 *2sc in first, sc 2; repeat * around 8 4 *2sc in first, sc 3; repeat * around 10 5 *2sc in first, sc 4; repeat * aroundFasten off and leaving a 12 inch tail, set aside until assembly. 12

Penguin Toes Small (make 4):

Round Description Stitch Count 1 With Black yarn sc 4 in Magic Ring, join. 4 2 Ch 1, 2 sc in each stitch around, join.Fasten off and leave tail end to attach to other toes. Weave in ends, set aside until penguin feet. 8

Penguin Toes Big (make 2):

Round Description Stitch Count 1 With Black yarn sc 4 in Magic Ring, join. 4 2 Ch 1, 2 sc in each stitch around, join. 8 3 Ch 1, *2sc in first, sc 3; repeat * around, join.Fasten off and leave tail end to attach to other toes. Weave in ends, set aside until penguin feet. 10

Penguin Feet (make 2):

For each foot, one big toe and two small toe pieces will be crocheted together. Using a yarn needle, sew big toes & small toe together by joining one stitch on each side. Repeat one more time by sewing a small toe to one side of the joined small toe. Attach yarn and prepare to crochet around the remaining stitches, the sewn joined stitches will not be worked. 24 total stitches are worked around the exterior of the joined toes.

Round Description Stitch Count 1 sc in each stitch around 24 2 *sc2tog, sc 4; repeat * around 20 3-5 sc in each stitch around 20 6 *sc2tog, sc 3; repeat * around 16 7 sc in each stitch around 16 8 *sc2tog, sc 2; repeat * around Begin to stuff foot with fiberfill. 12 9 *sc2tog, sc 1; repeat * aroundFasten off and use tail end to weave through remaining stitches and close hole. Weave in ends, set aside until assembly 8

Penguin Assembly:

Using a yarn needle and black yarn, sew the headpiece onto the penguin head.

Next sew the head to the body.

Then attach arms, feet and beak. Use pins to put in place if helpful.

For the eyes, use black yarn to stitch a U, or upside-down U, and small eyelashes.

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It is much appreciated and adored!

Free Crochet Penguin Buddy Pattern. This adorable stuffie is a great companion and gift. Easy to crochet and a fun cuddle buddy.

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