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Melly Teddy Ragdoll Eliah Ellie Part 3

Melly Teddy Ragdoll Eliah Ellie Part 3

The Melly Teddy Ragdoll Eliah Ellie Part 3

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The  Melly Teddy Ragdoll Eliah Ellie Part 3 is adorable and perfect to crochet for babies and small children.  Make a super cute Melly Teddy Ragdoll Eliah Ellie for that special small person in your life.  They are fun and easy to make, are soft and snugly, perfect for babies and small children.  My special human is 5 and she just loves her Melly Teddies.

“Share the art within you with the ones you love…”

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PREAMBLE

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Size: approx 46 cm (18 inches) from the top of the head to the toes.

Skill: Easy to Intermediate – stitches will range from easy to slightly more advanced – but I have links to photo tutorials in the pattern if you need help.

What you will crochet: An Ellie with lightly stuffed head and hands, flat ears, cute pinafore, flat body and feet, so a bit of a cross between a soft toy and a lovey blanket.  The pattern includes instructions for both the girl and the boy.

MATERIALS USED

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YARN DETAILS

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SPECIAL STITCHES & TECHNIQUES

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NOTES & TIPS

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ABBREVIATIONS

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PATTERN

PART 3 – BOY

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BODY

Not stuffed

Using colour (C) yarn chain 32 and ss into the first chain to make a ring.

Helpful hint: work into the outside loop of the chain for this round, we will use the inside loop of the chain later when we are finished with the body – see photos if you are unsure.

Helpful hint: the chain 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch, but it is important to make the chain 1, and you will see why as we go along – it makes a nice straight seam – make the chain 1 loose otherwise the seam will “pull” up on this side.

Round 1

ch 1, dc into same ch, dc 14, 3 dc into next ch, dc 15, 3 dc into next ch, ss into 1st dc (36 dc)

Round 2

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 16, 2 dc into next st, dc 17, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (38 dc)

Round 3

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 17, 2 dc into next st, dc 18, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (40 dc)

Round 4

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 18, 2 dc into next st, dc 19, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (42 dc)

Round 5

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 19, 2 dc into next st, dc 20, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (44 dc)

Round 6

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 20, 2 dc into next st, dc 21, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (46 dc)

Round 7

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 21, 2 dc into next st, dc 22, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (48 dc)

Round 8

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 22, 2 dc into next st, dc 23, 2 dc into next st, (50 dc), nj into 1st dc, cut yarn, weave in ends.

Helpful hint: change colour

Using colour (B), join yarn in the chain space from round 8 with a slip stitch.

Round 9

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 23, 2 dc into next st, dc 24, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (52 dc)

Round 10

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 24, 2 dc into next st, dc 25, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (54 dc)

Round 11

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 25, 2 dc into next st, dc 26, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (56 dc)

Round 12

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 26, 2 dc into next st, dc 27, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (58 dc)

Round 13

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 27, 2 dc into next st, dc 28, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (60 dc)

Round 14

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 28, 2 dc into next st, dc 29, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (62 dc)

Round 15

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 29, 2 dc into next st, dc 30, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (64 dc)

Round 16

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 30, 2 dc into next st, dc 31, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (66 dc)

Round 17

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 31, 2 dc into next st, dc 32, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (68 dc)

Round 18

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 32, 2 dc into next st, dc 33, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (70 dc)

First leg

Round 19

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 13, skip 42, dc 14, ss into 1st dc (28 dc)

  

Round 20

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 27, ss into 1st dc (28 dc)

Round 21-24

repeat round 20 (28 dc)

Helpful hint: if you are not sure how to make a reverse single crochet (crab stitch), have a look at my Crab Stitch Photo Tutorial

Round 25

ch 1, crab stitch into the same st, crab stitch into next 27 sts, ss into 1st crab st (28 crab sts), cut yarn leaving a 15 cm tail to use later when we attach the foot.

Second leg

Helpful hint: skip 7 stitches from round 18 after the first leg, join yarn B to the 8th double crochet with a slip stitch.  The 1st leg is on the right, then count 7 stitches and start the 2nd leg in the 8th stitch along the bottom of the dungarees – leave the “hole” open, as we will stitch it together in Part 6.

Round 19

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 27, ss into 1st dc (28 dc)

Round 20

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 27, ss into 1st dc (28 dc)

Round 21-24

repeat round 20 (28 dc)

Round 25

ch 1, crab stitch into the same st, crab stitch into next 27 sts, ss into 1st crab st (28 crab sts), cut yarn leaving a 15 cm tail to use later when we attach the foot.

Bib of dungarees

Row 1

Using colour (B) start with a standing fpdc over the 6th dc from the 1st row of colour (B) of body, fpdc into next 13 sts, ch 1, turn work (14) – you should have 5 sts left until the next edge of the front of the body.

Row 2

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 13 sts, turn work (14 sc)

Row 3

ch 2 (counts as 1st dc), dc into next 13 sts, turn work (14 dc)

Row 4

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 13 sts (last sc goes into top ch from ch 2), turn work (14 sc)

Row 5

ch 2 (counts as 1st dc), dc into next 13 sts, turn work (14 dc)

Row 6

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 13 sts (last sc goes into top ch from ch 2), turn work (14 sc)

Row 7

ch 2 (counts as 1st dc), dc into next 13 sts, turn work (14 dc)

Row 8

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 13 sts (last sc goes into top ch from ch 2), turn work (14 sc)

First strap

Row 9

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 2 sts, turn work (3 sc)

Row 10 – 29

repeat row 9 (3 sc)

Row 30

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 2 sts, cut yarn, leave a long tail to stitch the straps to the top in part 6. (3 sc)

Second strap

Row 9

skip 8 sts, start with a standing sc into the 11th st and sc into next 2 sts, turn work (3 sc).

Row 10

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 2 sts, turn work (3 sc)

Row 11 – 29

repeat row 10 (3 sc)

Row 30

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 2 sts, cut yarn, leave a long tail to stitch the straps to the top in part 6. (3 sc)

Neck edge

Using colour (C) join yarn to the side of the neck (round 1) with a slip stitch

Helpful hint: join yarn at one side of the neck at the top of the opening – in other words, round 1 (where we are going to attach the head).

Round 1

ch 1, sc into same st, sc 31 along the neck ch, ss into 1st sc (32 sc)

Round 2

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next st, *sc2tog, sc into next 2 sts*, rep *.* 6 more times, sc2tog, ss into 1st sc (24 sc), ss the neck edge closed, like we did with the arms, cut yarn, and leave a long tail to stitch the neck together when we join the head to the body in part 6.

TAIL

Using colour (A) cut 6 pieces of yarn app 20 cm long, and thread the strands through a dc in the middle of the back of the body, approximately 4 rows up from the crotch/bum, plait the strands together, using four threads per side, tie a very tight knot at the bottom, and cut a little tuft, my tail is about 5 cm long – how adorable is this little tail!

PART 3 – GIRL

BODY

Helpful hint: the photos for this section has been added to the boy section except where the girl is different from the boy.

Not stuffed

Using colour (C) chain 32 and ss into the first chain to make a ring.

Helpful hint: work into the outside loop of the chain for the 1st round, we will use the inside loop of the chain later when we are finished with the body – see photos if you are unsure.

Helpful hint: the chain 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch, but it is important to make the chain 1, and you will see why as we go along – it makes a nice straight seam – make the chain 1 loose otherwise the seam will “pull” up on this side.

Round 1

ch 1, dc into same ch, dc 14, 3 dc into next ch, dc 15, 3 dc into next ch, ss into 1st dc (36 dc)

Round 2

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 16, 2 dc into next st, dc 17, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (38 dc)

Round 3

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 17, 2 dc into next st, dc 18, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (40 dc)

Round 4

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 18, 2 dc into next st, dc 19, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (42 dc)

Round 5

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 19, 2 dc into next st, dc 20, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (44 dc)

Round 6

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 20, 2 dc into next st, dc 21, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (46 dc)

Round 7

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 21, 2 dc into next st, dc 22, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (48 dc)

Round 8

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 22, 2 dc into next st, dc 23, 2 dc into next st, (50 dc), nj into 1st dc, cut yarn, weave in ends.

Helpful hint: change colour

Using colour (B), join yarn in the chain space from round 8 with a slip stitch.

Round 9

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 23, 2 dc into next st, dc 24, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (52 dc)

Round 10

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 24, 2 dc into next st, dc 25, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (54 dc)

Round 11

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 25, 2 dc into next st, dc 26, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (56 dc)

Round 12

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 26, 2 dc into next st, dc 27, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (58 dc)

Round 13

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 27, 2 dc into next st, dc 28, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (60 dc)

Round 14

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 28, 2 dc into next st, dc 29, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (62 dc)

Round 15

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 29, 2 dc into next st, dc 30, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (64 dc)

Round 16

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 30, 2 dc into next st, dc 31, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (66 dc)

Round 17

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 31, 2 dc into next st, dc 32, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (68 dc)

Round 18

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 32, 2 dc into next st, dc 33, 2 dc into next st, ss into 1st dc (70 dc)

First leg

Round 19

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 13, skip 42, dc 14, ss into 1st dc (28 dc)

Round 20

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 27, ss into 1st dc (28 dc)

Round 21–22

repeat round 20 (28 dc)

Round 23

ch 1, sc into same st, sc 5, sc 2, *sc into next 6 sts, sc 2 into same st*, rep *.* 2 more times, ss into 1st sc (32 sc)

Round 24

ch 1, sc into next 32 sts, ss into 1st sc (32 sc)

Helpful hint: if you are not sure how to make a 5 double crochet shell stitch, have a look at my 5 Double Crochet Shell Stitch Photo Tutorial

Round 25

ch 1, *sc into same st, sk st, 5 dc shell into next st, sk st*, rep *.* 7 more times (8 shells, 8 sc), cut yarn, nj, weave in ends.

Round 26

Helpful hint: change colour.

using colour (F) join in the 3rd dc of any 5 dc shell repeat from previous round with a standing *sc, make a 5 dc shell repeat into the sc from previous round*, rep *.* 7 more times (8 shells, 8 sc), cut yarn, nj, weave in ends.

Second leg

Helpful hint: skip 7 stitches from round 18 after the first leg, join yarn B to the 8th double crochet with a slip stitch.  The 1st leg is on the right, then count 7 stitches and start the 2nd leg in the 8th stitch along the bottom of the dungarees – leave the “hole” open, as we will stitch it together in Part 6.

Round 19

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 27, ss into dc (28 dc)

Round 20

ch 1, dc into same st, dc 27, ss into dc (28 dc)

Round 21–22

repeat round 20 (28 dc)

Round 23

ch 1, sc into same st, sc 5, sc 2, *sc into next 6 sts, sc 2 into same st*, rep *.* 2 more times, ss into 1st sc (32 sc)

Round 24

ch 1, sc into next 32 sts, ss into 1st sc (32 sc)

Round 25

ch 1, *sc into same st, sk st, 5 dc shell into next st, sk st*, rep *.* 7 more times (8 shells, 8 sc), cut yarn, nj, weave in ends.

Helpful hint: change colour.

Round 26

using colour (F) join in the 3rd dc of any 5 dc shell repeat from previous round with a standing *sc, make a 5 dc shell repeat into the sc from previous round*, rep *.* 7 more times (8 shells, 8 sc), cut yarn, nj, weave in ends.

Bib of dungarees

Row 1

Using colour (B) start with a standing fpdc over the 6th dc from the 1st row of colour (B) of body, fpdc into next 13 sts, ch 1, turn work (14) – you should have 5 sts left until the next edge of the front of the body.

Row 2

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 13 sts, turn work (14 sc)

Row 3

ch 2 (counts as 1st dc), dc into next 13 sts, turn work (14 dc)

Row 4

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 13 sts (last sc goes into top ch from ch 2), turn work (14 sc)

Row 5

ch 2 (counts as 1st dc), dc into next 13 sts, turn work (14 dc)

Row 6

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 13 sts (last sc goes into top ch from ch 2), turn work (14 sc)

Row 7

ch 2 (counts as 1st dc), dc into next 13 sts, turn work (14 dc)

Row 8

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 13 sts (last sc goes into top ch from ch 2), turn work (14 sc)

First strap

Row 9

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 2 sts, turn work (3 sc)

Row 10 – 29

repeat row 9 (3 sc)

Row 30

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 2 sts, cut yarn, leave a long tail to stitch the straps to the top in part 6. (3 sc)

Second strap

Row 9

skip 8 sts, start with a standing sc into the 11th st and sc into next 2 sts, turn work (3 sc).

Row 10

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 2 sts, turn work (3 sc)

Row 11 – 29

repeat row 10 (3 sc)

Row 30

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 2 sts, cut yarn, leave a long tail to stitch the straps to the top in part 6. (3 sc)

Neck edge

Using colour (C) join yarn to the side of the neck (round 1) with a slip stitch

Helpful hint: join yarn at one side of the neck at the top of the opening – in other words, round 1 (where we are going to attach the head).

Round 1

ch 1, sc into same st, sc 31 along the neck ch, ss into 1st sc (32 sc)

Round 2

ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next st, *sc2tog, sc into next 2 sts*, rep *.* 6 more times, sc2tog, ss into  1st sc (24 sc), ss the neck edge closed, like we did with the arms, cut yarn, and leave a long tail to stitch the neck together when we join the head to the body in part 6.

TAIL

Using colour (A) cut 6 pieces of yarn app 20 cm long, and thread the strands through a dc in the middle of the back of the body, approximately 4 rows up from the crotch/bum, plait the strands together, using four threads per side, tie a very tight knot at the bottom, and cut a little tuft, my tail is about 5 cm long – how adorable is this little tail!

Helpful hint: the photos for this section has been added to the boy section except where the girl is different from the boy.

 

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