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Materials: metal chain, metal charms, metal clasp
Ships worldwide from Andover, Massachusetts
Color: copper, bronze
Length (clasp to pendant): 48 cm (18 in)
Material: metal chain, metal charms, clasp
This steampunk necklace is a classic which will complete any steampunk outfit for a con.
So…recently someone I follow said they were planning on making an axolotl plushie for one of their friends. This gave me the idea that I should crochet one for my boyfriend since he likes axolotls. I searched online for patterns for axolotls but the ones I found that were free weren’t to my liking. So I starting trying to write my own pattern. Three days later…here is the product of my hard work.
Note: You can share the pattern but please don’t sell the pattern as your own or claim that it is of your invention. You can sell axolotls you make from the pattern but please give me credit for creating the pattern. If you are selling online simply link to this post. If you are selling in person please put my wordpress url on the back of a tag of the axolotl. Thank you!
Now to the fun part! The pattern itself!
Crochet Axolotl Pattern By Megan Horn
- Two different colored yarns (one for the body, head, and legs and one for the frills)
- Crochet Hook 5.5 mm (I)
- Yarn Needle
- Safety Eyes
Magic Loop- method of starting to work in round
sc- single crochet
dc- double crochet
slst- slip stitch
Head, Body, & Tail: (worked as one piece)
Rd 1: Magic Loop. (6 st)
Rd 2: 2 sc in each st. (12 st)
Rd 3: 1 dc in next 4 st, 1 sc in next 4 st, 1 dc in next 3 st, join in last stitch. (12 st)
Rd 4: 1 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 2 sc, inc, 1 sc. (16 st)
Rd 5: *3 sc, inc, 3 sc* repeat around. (20 st)
Rd 6: *4 sc, inc, 10 sc, inc, 4 sc* repeat around. (22 st)
Rd 7: sc in each st around.
Rd 8: *4 sc, dec, 10 sc, dec, 4 sc* repeat around. (20 st)
Rd 9: *dec, 3 sc, dec, 3 sc* repeat around. (16 st)
Rd 10: *1 sc, dec, 2 sc, dec, 2 sc, dec* repeat around. (12 st)
Rd 11 & 12: sc in each st around. (12 st)
(Note: now would be a good time to stuff the head and put in the safety eyes.)
Rd 13: same as rd 4. (16 st)
Rd 14: same as rd 5. (20 st)
Rd 15: same as rd 6. (22 st)
Rd 16: 2 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc, 5 sc, inc, 2 sc. (26 st)
Rd 17-24: sc in each st around, dec in last st of last rd. (25 st)
Rd 25: 13 sc, dec, 10 sc. (24 st)
Rd 26: 3 sc, dec, 6 sc, dec, 6 sc, dec, 3 sc. (21 st)
Rd 27: 2 sc, dec, 3 sc, dec, 3 sc, dec, 3 sc, dec, 2 sc. (17 st)
(Note: Now would be a good time to stuff the body. I also recommend stuffing the tail as you go along since it makes the yarn easier to work with.)
Rd 28: dec, 1 sc, dec, 2 sc, dec, 1 sc, dec, 2 sc, dec, 1 sc. (12 st)
Rd 29-32: sc in each st around (12 st)
Rd 33: *2 sc, dec, 2 sc, dec* repeat around. (9 st)
Rd 34-37: sc in each st around. (9 st)
Rd 38: *1 sc, dec, 1 sc, dec* repeat around. (6 st)
Rd 39-42: sc in each st around. (6 st)
Rd 43: dec in each st around. (3 st)
Tie off & weave in ends.
Legs: (make 4)
Ch 6 and slst to make loop.
Rd 1-8: sc in each st around. (6 st)
Ch 4, slst opening together to close it. Do this 4 times to make 4 toes for each leg.
Tie off and weave in ends. Use a yarn needle to sew the legs onto the body. It’s best to use your judgment for this or my picture for an example.
Head Frills: (2 total, 1 on each side)
Slst yarn in back sides of head, ch 20, slst in same place, ch 15, slst in next space toward front of head, ch 10, slst in same space. Tie off and weave in ends. I would use your judgment as to where to place the frills. You can use my picture as an example as well.
Now you have achieved axolotl awesomeness! Pat yourself on the back for your hard work.