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FREE Crochet Pattern - Baby Yoda (The Child) from The Mandalorian

UPDATE 2/12/23: Cleaned up the pattern a little for readability and added a note about how I weirdly work BLO for no logical reason.  There are a million Baby Yoda patterns floating around and now there are a million and one because I wanted to make a bigger version in a simplified, derpy style. I figure this might also be up someone else's alley and hot damn it's the holidays so, of course, it's free (also the Mouse Detective is the most aggressive of the copyright police...I know from experience. lolz). Enjoy! Feel free to modify this pattern as you see fit, but link back here to share the joy and, you know, give me a little credit.  Mine turned out about 8" tall and 13" across at the widest point AKA the ears. I used Caron Simply Soft except for the light brown which is Radheart Supa Sava! Super Saver is a little thicker than Simply Soft and you want the collar and the cuffs to be a little chunkier. Heck, you can use the same color brown if you want. I us

Titty Frog FREE Crochet Pattern...NSFW????

UPDATE 2/12/23: I recently made one of these so I know the pattern still holds! If you'd like to commission one of these, then please check out my commission status on Etsy but then I'd greatly prefer if you contact me on Facebook and we NOT do the sale through Etsy. Why? Why, you ask? Because if we do this on Etsy I am going to end up charging ~$25 more to compensate for the absolutely insane fee hikes.  IS THIS NSFW??? I DON'T KNOW. It might be? Proceed with caution?! Anywho...I've done it. By popular demand (AKA that poll I posted on my Facebook months ago), I reverse-engineered the crochet pattern for the world-famous, super-seductive Titty Frog. If you're somehow unfamiliar with Titty Frog, please see the legendary image below. To the original creator of Titty Frog: I hope you don't mind that I want to share the joy of Titty Frog with the world. I also want to shake your hand. You are my hero. To the owners of Titty Frog: Thank you for te

Oswald the Octopus FREE Crochet Pattern

UPDATE 2/12/23: Just made some little changes to the format to make it more readable! It's been a while, kids. Here's a pretty easy and free pattern to make Oswald the Octopus! I may also make Weenie here soon-ish if anyone is interested. I used an F hook and worsted weight yarn to make a handful-sized Oswald. Use whatever hook and yarn you'd like. I also worked in black loops only! It's a weird preference and is not at all necessary for this pattern unless you want the same texture. Body With blue, ch 2; Rnd 1: work 7 sc into 2 nd ch from hook (7); Rnd 2: inc in each st around (14); Rnd 3: * sc, inc, repeat from * around (21); Rnd 4: * 2 sc, inc, repeat from * around (28); Rnd 5: * 3 sc, inc, repeat from * around (35); Place your stitch marker now, if you haven’t already. Unless you want to live on the edge. Rnd 6: * 4 sc, inc, repeat from * around (42); Rnd 7: * 5 sc, inc, repeat from * around (49); Rnd 8: sc around (49); Rnd 9: * 6 sc, inc, repea

Jean Grey Phoenix Colorwork Chart

UPDATE 2/12/23: These hats sold out pretty quick. If you've known me for any length of time, you know that Jean Grey has ALWAYS been my favorite X-Men. I'm also ALWAYS happy to make Phoenix hats. Bebop over to my Etsy shop to see if my commissions are open! There will be announcement at the top with the status!   Look, I made something in a relevant time-frame for a movie - a miracle. Dark Phoenix , oh boy. Jean Grey has always been my favorite of the X-Men. I made a handful of hats with this chart using duplicate stitch on top of some machine knit hats. Feast your eyes on them below. You may also buy one of these while supplies last (as I don't intend to make more because I have a rather large commission coming up).  Use the chart for whatever you like (obviously, it works for duplicate stitch, but it should be good for other crafty activities). Please link back here to share the love of free grids with everyone. You can create the Dark Phoenix emblem wi

Captain Marvel - Colorwork Chart

UPDATE 2/12/23: I know this chart was used on the front of a sweater for a kiddo! It was shared with me on my facebook! I might pop over here and do a version with squares so that it's more suitable for c2c!     Click for full-size. This chart suitable for knit, tapestry crochet, cross stitch or whatever. Feel free to save it so you can zoom accordingly since it's rather large. If you'll look closely, you can see that I screwed up on the number of squares needed horizontally, so you'll need to either drop the last column on the left or add a column on the right (lol oops). I'm a little rusty, I guess. Not on top of my grid game.  You may use or modify this chart to meet your needs, and if you make some kind of really rad Captain Marvel thing with my chart, please link back here to spread the joy. If you stumbled here by accident, mosey over to my Facebook page or Etsy store . Feeling really generous? BUY ME A COFFEE .