Maman… fais moi une grenouille!

Mommy… make me a frog!

**For French click here!

If you’ve been following me for a while, you might already know that my youngest daughter is a very serious frog fan… and she’s been pretty intense lately about me making her a frog. Not a doll with a frog costume (because I have a few of those already available), no a « for real » frog.

A super quick and easy pattern because sometimes that’s all we need!

So that’s pretty much what kept me occupied today! Then I figured it’d be a cute little gift for all of you impatiently awaiting my next doll pattern! So enjoy this free pattern! Please add your projects to the Ravelry page to help getting my designs known!

***The PDF is no longer available for direct download. You can get the PDF through Ravelry for a small price to help directly support my business or take advantage of the free version directly below***

Material
3.25 mm hook
Polyester stuffing
Yarn – sport or fingering weight yarn
CC – less than 10g.
white – less than 5g.
pink – less than 3g.
black – less than 20cm
Yarn needle
9 mm safety eyes
Abbreviations
st(sts) – stitch(stitches)
sc – single crochet
2sc – two single crochet in the same stitch (+1)
2sc-tog – single crochet two stitches together (-1)
CC – color of choice

Gauge and instructions
Gauge isn’t important as long as you make sure to use the appropriate hook for your yarn so that the stuffing doesn’t show through the stitches. All parts are worked continuously; you don’t have to join at the beginning of each round. Count the stitches as you go or use a marker.

Head-body-legs
Round 1) With CC, work 6 sc in a magic ring and join to work in the round (6)
Round 2) 2sc around (12)
Round 3) *2sc, sc* around (18)
Round 4) *2sc, sc in the next 2* around (24)
Round 5) *2sc, sc in the next 3* around (30)
Rounds 6-9) sc around (30 sts – 4 rounds)
Round 10) *2sc-tog, sc in the next 3* around (24)
Round 11)
*2sc-tog, sc in the next 2* around (18) Stuff head firmly.
Round 12) 2sc-tog around (9)
Round 13) sc around (9) You will now be working on the body.
Round 14) 2sc around (18)
Round 15) *2sc, sc in the next 2* around (24)
Rounds 16-19) sc around (24 sts – 4 rounds) Stuff firmly. You will now be working on the first leg.

Round 20) skip 14 sts then sc x 10 (10)
Rounds 21-23) sc around (10) Finish off, leaving long tail for sewing the leg closed after stuffing it firmly.

Second leg
Leave the 2 center front and center back sts free. Rejoin CC at the back and repeat rounds 20-23. Finish off, leaving long tail for sewing the leg closed after stuffing it firmly.

Arms (make 2)
Round 1) With CC, work 8 sc in a magic ring and join to work in the round(8)
Rounds 2-4) sc around (8 sts – 3 rounds) Finish off, leaving a long tail for sewing arms on both sides of the body.

Eyes (make 2)
Round 1)
With white, work 6 sc in a magic ring and join to work in the round (6)
Round 2) 2sc around (12)
Rounds 3-4) sc around (12)
Round 5) 2sc-tog around (6) Insert safety eye through the center of the starting magic ring. Stuff lightly and then finish off, leave long tail for sewing the eye closed. Weave in ends.

Eyelids (make 2)
Round 1)
With CC, work 7 sc in a magic ring and join to work in the round (7)
Round 2)
2sc around (14)
Rounds 3-4)
sc around (14) Finish off leaving long tail for sewing the eye inside the eyelids, then to the side of the head.

Cheeks (make 2)
Round 1)
With pink, work 6 sc in a magic ring and join to close the circle (6) Finish off leaving long tail to sew to the face. Embroider a large mouth using the black yarn.

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6 commentaires sur « Maman… fais moi une grenouille! »

  1. Can I make your frogs and sell them if I credit you properly and leave a link to this blog or the ravelry page?
    If not I understand, I would still make them just for myself.
    Thank you!

    J'aime

  2. Can I make your frogs and sell them if I credit you properly and leave a link to this blog or the Ravelry page?
    If not I understand, I would still make them just for myself.
    Thank you!

    J'aime

    1. Hey there! I think you double commented, so just to make sure you see the answer: Sure thing! Thanks for asking and hopefully tag me when you post pictures of them so I can see your work! If you can add them to Ravelry linked to the pattern, that’s also great! ❤

      J'aime

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