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This PDF has the patterns for 8 of the emotes I've done so far:
For the two I haven't included, I can't remember the patterns of the facial parts (that's what I get for not writing them down right away ).
More emoticon crochet patterns:
Whoops, noticed a little mistake in my wording for the assembly of . Fixed it. And while I was on it, I improved the base pattern at the first 2 rows and the last.
Nothing too wild, the old patterns work just as well.
You guys are crazy, you know that? Another DD?
Happy to know they're so well received, though. Hope you enjoy.
And many, many thanks.
The Emoticon Project: [link]
Patterns free to use. Have fun.
(If you've made emote plushies using my patterns, I'd love to see them and if you upload photos, please credit me and link to this deviation. Thanks.)
No selling - either of the pattern or of the finished emotes!
I don't do it, you don't do it.
Correction stitches are just something I do. I'm not sure if it is common for other crocheters...
Why do I use them?
Because when you crochet in spirals, the beginning of the round slants to the side, so the more rounds you do, the earlier the round seems to start. If you do rather complicated patterns that needs certain increases/decreases/etc. at certain places, without the correction stitches the end product would look twisted. Also, due to the moving start of the round, if the piece you crochet is long and narrow, at some point you'll be back at the beginning with 1 round less than the pattern stated.
With my emotes, that's not really a problem, because there are no specials in a simple ball. And the one round you might loose shouldn't make the ball noticably flatter. But for me it's just so normal to use those correction stitches that I use them with all my creations.
Does this help?
i´m a total beginner btw
Was there something in particular you need help with? I'd be better able to help with specific questions.
Was genau verstehst du nicht? Die Abkürzungen? Die Übersetzungen? Würde dir die deutsche Variante mehr bringen?
Im Grunde wird das meiste in festen Maschen gehäkelt. Für den Ball an sich brauchst du nur zu wissen, wie man Maschen zu- und abnimmt.
Ansonsten kommt's noch drauf an welchen der Emotes du häkeln möchstest. Dann könnte ich evtl. spezifischere Tipps geben.
ich kann bisher nur eine grade linie häkeln mit normalen "stichen". den anfang vom rundhäkeln krieg ich gerade so hin. ja die abkürzungen sing schwierig.
wahrscheinlich wäre deutsch eine kleine hilfe^^
zunehmen wie 2 maschen in eine? das kann ich aber abnehmen nicht ^^"
zunehmen = 2 Maschen in 1, da hattest du recht.
abnehmen = [link] (ist ein englisches Video, aber es wird gut gezeigt. Einmal die "normale" Variante und einmal die unsichtbare, die ich für meine Puppen immer nutze)
Magic Ring = [link] (da meine Muster in Spiralen gearbeitet werden, schließt man die erste Runde nicht wie im Video mit einer Kettmasche, sondern macht gleich mit festen Maschen weiter)
Wie gut kennst du dich mit den deutschen Abkürzungen in Häkelanleitungen aus? Ich nutze fM für feste Maschen, verd. für verdoppeln (2 in 1), zus. für zusammenhäkeln (also abnehmen). Kämst du damit klar?
Wenn ja, dann schick mir per Note deine Mailadresse und ich lass dir das deutsche Muster zukommen.
ich hab noch keine anleitungen gelesen.
ich häkel erst seit knapp einer woche?
hab noch kein einziges häkelstück gemacht ^^"
jup klingt gut.
I just love working with cotton yarn.
good luck with the little fellow. will you post pictures when he's finished?
try looking for tutorial videos online. there are some really good ones out there, explaining stitches and techiques.
should you still have question, feel free to ask and I'll try my best to explain.
have fun making them.
will you be making your own?
working in spirals, if you mark the beginning of a round, you'll notice it'll move back for about 1 stitch every 2 - 3 rounds. to even that out, you'll add correction stitches. in case of round 7 that means you crochet up to the end of the round and keep going for 3 stitches more. there are still only 36 stitches in the round, you just start the 8th round later.
does that help?
now, i'm gona stich "36 sc and than 3 more to close the row"? I can't find the difference between previous statement and "39 sc". And how there's 36 of 'em if there're 3 additional. I think, i'll check some webpages...
Again, thanks for reply.
the 3 additional you'd work into the first 3 of the same round, which would be the first 3 of the next round, if you didn't crochet the correction stitches.
if it's still not clear enough, I can make a photo of the process over the weekend and show you. I'm working on a new project anyway and will need to do a ball for it.
(i'm a total noob)
I thought there's some kinda oа trick to change thread...
I think i'll use your pattern to crochet something spherical....
sure, you can just change color while crocheting the rounds, but I found that to be very unsatisfactory. the edges never get to be that clean, and at least with the eyes of , the resulting 3D effect is actually wanted.
and I'm glad you'll have some use for the base shape. it's adapted from patterns I found online and didn't really like the resulting shape of (or the fact that they involved sewing halves together).