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Melly Teddy Ragdoll Harvest Fairy Part 5

Melly Teddy Ragdoll Harvest Fairy Part 5

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The Melly Teddy Ragdoll Harvest Fairy (part 5) is one of four fairies – she is the first and will be followed by her three sisters during the course of 2021. She was created because I think we all need a little bit of magic in our lives and my little girl is thrilled to be Harvest Fairy’s new mommy. The Ragdoll is a cross between a lovey blanket and a soft toy and perfect to crochet for babies and small children.  Make a super cute Melly Teddy Ragdoll for that special person/s in your life. 

They are fun and easy to make and are soft and snugly, perfect for cuddling and great yarn busters. 

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Melly Teddy Ragdoll Harvest Fairy Part 5

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Harvest Fairy Part 5

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Melly Teddy Ragdoll Harvest Fairy Part 5

 

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PATTERN – MELLY TEDDY RAGDOLL HARVEST FAIRY PART 5

HAIR 

Using colour (H) make a mc.

Round 1

Ch 1, sc 6 into mc, place stitch marker in 6th sc and continue to work in the round (6 sc).

Helpful hint: move the stitch marker and place in the last stitch of each row and this will help keep your stitch count correct and help with row counting, and because we are working quite tightly in the round, I weave my beginning tail in whilst working round 2.

Round 2

Sc 2 into each st (12 sc).

Helpful hint: with my patterns, I usually always start with an increase in the 1st stitch, so if your increase stitch falls in the first stitch of the increase stitch from the last row, your stitch should be correct.

Round 3 – BLO

*Sc 2 into next st, sc into next st* rep *.* 5 more times (18 sc).

Round 4

*Sc 2 into next st, sc into next 2 sts* rep *.* 5 more  times (24 sc).

Round 5

*Sc 2 into next st, sc into next 3 sts* rep *.* 5 more times (30 sc).

Round 6

*Sc 2 into next st, sc into next 4 sts* rep *.* 5 more times (36 sc).

Round 7 – BLO

*Sc 2 into next st, sc into next 5 sts* rep *.* 5 more times (42 sc).

Round 8

*Sc 2 into next st, sc into next 6 sts* rep *.* 5 more times (48 sc).

Round 9

*Sc 2 into next st, sc into next 7 sts* rep *.* 5 more times (54 sc).

Round 10

Sc into next 54 sts (54 sc).

Round 11 – BLO

Repeat round 10 (54 sc).

Round 12

Sc into next 52 sts, 2 sc into next 2 sts (56 sc).

Round 13

Sc into next 56 sts (56 sc).

Helpful hint: we will now be working in rows, turning work at the end of each row.

Row 14 – with wrong side facing

Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc2tog, sc into next 49 sts, sc2tog (51 sc), turn work.

Helpful hint: 3 stitches remain unworked. 

Row 15 – with right side facing

Ch 1 (does not count as a st, sc2tog, sc into next 47 sts, sc2tog (49 sc), turn work.

Row 16 – FLO

Helpful hint: do not work the sc2tog into the FLO – just work the sc FLO.

Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc2tog, sc FLO into next 45 sts, sc2tog (47 sc), turn work.

Row 17

Ch 1 (does not count as a st, sc2tog, sc into next 43 sts, sc2tog (45 sc), turn work.

Row 18

Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc2tog, sc into next 41 sts, sc2tog (43 sc), turn work.

Row 19

Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc2tog, sc into next 39 sts, sc2tog (41 sc), turn work.

Row 20

Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc2tog, sc into next 37 sts, sc2tog (39 sc), turn work.

Row 21

Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc2tog, sc into next 35 sts, sc2tog (37 sc), turn work.

Row 22

Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc2tog, sc into next 33 sts, sc2tog (35 sc), turn work.

Row 23

Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc2tog, sc into next 31 sts, sc2tog (33 sc), DO NOT TURN YOUR WORK.

Row 24 – short row – with right side facing.

Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc into each of the 10 rows (10 sc), sc 3, sc into each of the 10 rows (10 sc), ss into the corner, DO NOT TURN WORK.

Helpful hint: we will now be working the hair strands. I am going to start from row 1 to make it easier to count the hair strands.

Important helpful hint: if you do not want to do so many rows of hair you can skip the second row of hair.  You also do not need to have the exact amount per row as I do.

Row 1 – bottom row of hair

Ch 31, 2 sc into 2nd ch from hook, 2 sc into each of the remaining ch’s, sk next st, ss into next st.

Rows 2 – 17

Repeat row 1, at the end of the last row, cut yarn leaving a long tail to use to attach the hair to the head in Part 6.

Row 1 – second row of hair

Join yarn into the 1st unworked front loop from round 16, ch 31, 2 sc into 2nd ch from hook, 2 sc into each of the remaining ch’s, sk next st, ss into next st.

Rows 2 – 23

Repeat row 1, at the end of the last row, cut yarn and weave in ends.

Row 1 – third row of hair

Join yarn into the 1st unworked front loop from round 11, ch 21, 2 sc into 2nd ch from hook, 2 sc into each of the remaining ch’s, sk next st, ss into next st.

Rows 2 – 27

Repeat row 1, at the end of the last row, cut yarn and weave in ends.

Row 1 – fourth row of hair

Join yarn into the 1st unworked front loop from round 7, ch 16, 2 sc into 2nd ch from hook, 2 sc into each of the remaining ch’s, sk next st, ss into next st.

Rows 2 – 17

Repeat row 1, at the end of the last row, cut yarn and weave in ends.

Row 1 – fifth row of hair

Join yarn into the 1st unworked front loop from round 3, ch 16, 2 sc into 2nd ch from hook, 2 sc into each of the remaining ch’s, sk next st, ss into next st.

Rows 2 – 6

Repeat row 1, at the end of the last row, cut yarn and weave in ends.

HARVEST CROWN

“TWIG” BASE FOR THE CROWN

Helpful hint: if you want to you can use pipe cleaners or thin string, your crown will just not be as firm as the one I made – if you can think of anything else to use please do post your idea in my group on Facebook 😊

Make one – cut approximately 12 inches or 30 cm of 1 mm copper wire and make a circle, twist the ends around each other to make a join, then using colour (I) yarn sc around the wire.  It is a bit tricky, but the result makes it worth the effort.  It does not matter how many stitches you use as long as the wire is covered, at the end cut the yarn and weave in the ends.

LEAVES

Make 5 leaves using colour A/B, B/C. C/D, D/E, E/F combinations.

Row 1

Use colour (A/B/C/D/E), ch 10, ss into 2nd ch from hook, ss into next 8 ch’s, cut yarn.

Row 2

Use colour (B/C/D/E/F), working up one side of the vein (ch’s from row 1) ss into 1st st, sc into next 2 sts, dc into next 3 sts, hdc into next st, sc into next st, [sc into last st, picot, sc into same st], working down the other side of the vein (chains), sc into next st, hdc into next st, dc into next 3 sts, sc into next 2 sts, ss into last st, cut yarn leaving a short tail to use to attach to the “twig”. 

VINE

Make five, two in colour (J) and three in colour (K).

Row 1

Ch 11, 3 Sc into 2nd ch from hook, 3 sc into each of the remaining ch’s, cut yarn leaving tail to use to attach the vine to the garland.

“TWIG” FOR LEAF GARLAND

Make one, cut approximately 12 inches or 30 cm of 1 mm copper wire, make a bend on one side of the wire to prevent your stitches from sliding off.  DO not twist the ends to make a circle yet, then using colour (I) yarn single crochet around the wire.  It is a bit tricky, but the result makes it worth the effort.  It does not matter how many stitches you use as long as the wire is covered.

Carefully attach the 5 leaves and 5 vines to the twig garland evenly spaced and I alternated between the leaves and the vine, but you can do anything you like, add flowers, add more leaves, have fun with this part. 

Once all the pieces are attached you can then carefully twist the “twig” around the first “twig” and then twist the ends, and then cut your yarn and weave in the ends.  You can make a few extra sc over the join when you have finished adding the leaf garland.  I threaded some gold embroidery thread around the leaf garland, but this is optional.

Melly Teddy Ragdoll Harvest Fairy Part 5

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Melly Teddy Ragdoll Harvest Fairy Part 5

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