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I have 3 wonderful kids!!! They are the reason for my existence. I have a wonderful husband whom I love with all my heart as well. I love to crochet and make new patterns. I love to draw as well. I'm a very goofy person who refuses to grow up! What fun would that be?

Aug 27, 2010

Stewie Griffin A Crochet Pattern by Erin Scull


Stewie Griffin
A Crochet Pattern by Erin Scull Copyright 2010

Materials:(Red Heart Super Saver 4 Ply)

Beige, Delft, Hot Red, Brt. Yellow

Black embroidering thread (DMC Thread)

White Thread

2 Small Yellow Buttons

White Felt

Poly-fill

You’ll Need:

Size G Crochet Hook

Large and Small Sewing Needle

Scissors

Black Permanent Marker

Glue Gun (optional)

Approx. 8” tall when complete

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Abbreviations:

Rnd./Rnds.- round/rounds

Sc- single crochet

Sc Dec- single crochet decrease

Hdc- half double crochet

Ch- chain

Sl st- slip stitch

BLO- back loops only

Tog- together

F/O- fasten offMagic Ring- (ch2, sc in 1st ch from hook)

If you need help with any of these stitches you can check this wonderful site out for some help:


Head:

Using Beige(Note: After joining a rnd, in the next rnd your 1st stitch starts in joining stitch. This principal applies to the whole pattern.)

Rnd. 1: 6sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, ch1 (6)

Rnd. 2: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (8)

Rnd. 3: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (10)

Rnd. 4: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (15)

Rnd. 5: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Rnd. 6: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 8 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (20)

Rnd. 7: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (24)

Rnd. 8: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (30)

Rnd. 9: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (36)

Rnd. 10: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 17 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (38)

Rnd. 11: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 18 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (40)

Rnd. 12: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (48)

Rnds. 13-17: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (48)

Rnd. 18: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (40)

Rnd. 19: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 18 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (38)

Rnd. 20: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 17 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (36)

Rnd. 21: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (30)

Rnd. 22: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (24)

Rnd. 23: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (20)

Rnd. 24: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 8 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18) begin stuffing

Rnd. 25: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (15) continue stuffing to end of head, stuffing firmly

Rnd. 26: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (10)

Rnd. 27: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (8) finish stuffing what you can, use the back of your hook or point of your scissors to stuff last bit.

Rnd. 28: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, F/O(6) leave 4” to synch closed. To do so weave 4” threw remaining 6 sc, pull tight, fasten down, and hide remaining yarn
Now that the head is complete you need to mold it in shape. While doing this you can get any extra stuffing you need to the end you just finished that might be lacking. Also flatten the head slightly, front and back, to give it a better look.

Eyes: (Make 2)

Using White Felt

Cut out 2 circles. I cut my circles out using a Dollar coin for my guide. Sew eyes to head using white thread.

Eyelids: (Make 2)

Using Beige

Ch6, sl st in 1st ch from hook, sc in next ch, 3hdc in next ch, sc in next ch, sl st in last ch, F/O, leave 6” to sew eyelid to head. Take both the beginning and end yarn and tie them in a knot.Sew eyelids around the top of the eye (sewing them to the head, DO NOT sew eyelids threw the middle of the eye) Add a black dot with your magic marker (suggestion: lift the eyelid slightly so you don’t get black on the eye lid)

Ears: (Make 2)

Using Beige

5hdc in magic ring, F/O (5) leave 4” to sew ear to head. 1st tie both beginning and end yarn in knot. Sew each ear to each corner of the head, with the curve of the ear facing forward.

Body:

Starting with Hot Red

Rnd. 1: 6sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, ch1 (6)

Rnd. 2: (2sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12)

Rnd. 3: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Rnd. 4: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (24)

Rnd. 5: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (30)

Rnd. 6: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (36)
Rnds. 7-11: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (36) at end of rnd 11 join Brt. Yellow w/sl st, ch1

Rnd. 12: BLO (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (36)

Rnd. 13: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (30)

Rnd. 14: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (30)

Rnd. 15: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (24)

Rnd. 16: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1
(18)

Rnd. 17: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, F/O (12) leave 6” to sew body to head. Stuff body firmly. Sew body to head, as evenly as you can.

Hand/Arm: (Make 2)

Starting with Beige

Rnd. 1: 6sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, ch1 (6)

Rnd. 2: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (9)

Rnds. 3-4: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (9)

Rnd. 5: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next sc), around, join Brt Yellow w/sl st (6)

Rnds. 6-10: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (6)
Rnd. 11: sc in 1st 3 sc, sl st in next sc, F/O (4) (shoulder made) leave 6” to sew arm to body. Leave remaining sc unworked (DO NOT STUFF) Sew arm to body, shoulder up, between rnds 14 & 15 on body. Using black DMC thread sew 3 lines on the hand for the fingers.

Leg: (Make 2)

Using Hot Red

Rnd. 1: 8sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, ch1 (8)

Rnd. 2: (2sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (16)
Rnd. 3: BLO (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (16)

Rnds. 4-7: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (16) F/O leave 6” to sew leg to body. Stuff, but NOT firmly!!! Sew leg to bottom of body between rnds 1 & 7 of body.

Shoe: (Make 2)

Using Delft Blue

Rnd. 1: 6sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, ch1 (6)

Rnd. 2: (2sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12)

Rnd. 3: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Rnd. 4: BLO (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Now this is different, you don’t have to do this, but it looks better. Cut a piece of felt a little smaller than the inside of the bottom of your shoe. (you don’t want to get glue on the edges, which would make it hard to keep going). Using your hot glue gun, glue the piece of felt on and let sit till it’s cooled off. Now we can keep going. (Doing this step gives you a shoe that is flat on the bottom and makes it where there’s no need to stuff)

Rnd. 5: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, F/O (12) leave 6” to sew shoe to unworked BLO on leg. (unworked loops do not match with the last rnd of shoe, you just have to work them tog a little bit)

Suspenders: (Make 2)

Using Hot Red (Note: when working in rows, DO NOT CH1 at end of row, it gives a straighter edge) Row 1: ch3, sc in 1st ch from hook and last ch, turn (2)

Rows 2-25: sc in both sc, turn (2) F/O leave 6” to sew suspenders to body. Sew suspenders to Rnd. 11 on body. The suspenders should cross in the back of the body. Add a yellow button to each suspender strap in the front where the suspenders are attached to the body

Finishing:

Tips and Tricks: When it comes to the facial features. When I used the black embroidering thread (DMC) I used 3 strings (half of the DMC thread). Before making a line I twisted the thread really good, this gave a better line and one that stayed solid. Hope this helps.

Now that you have your Stewie put tog all that’s left is adding the last details. Add eyebrows, hair (I did my hair 2 rows apart), mouth and nose. Refer to pictures for placement ideas.




I hope you’ve enjoyed my version of Stewie Griffin. I know I have. Have a great one!

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10 comments:

  1. Hello, I love this doll! My husband is an avid fan of family guy. thanks for sharing

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  2. This is so cute! I have to make one for my 34 yearold son to put in his car! Thanx!

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  3. just 2 funny & cute! my son & brother will LOVE having stewie to sit with them on the sofa & watch TV!! tx!!!...keycat :)

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  4. Thank you very much! I truly hope your son and brother do enjoy him!!!

    Erin

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  5. Hi miss Erin.. Do you sell this? I would like to buy one. I'm in the philippines by the way..

    _Kryzia

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  6. Hi Kryzia,

    Yes, I do sell the doll. The doll would be $20.00 plus shipping. I'd have to make him and get a zip code for where you live to get you a price on the shipping. If you want you can email me direct:
    erins_toystore@yahoo.com

    If you have any other questions and/or if you'd like me to make him for you. Thanks for asking! And have a wonderful day!

    Erin

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  7. I just love stewie. Thanks for sharing this crochet pattern. I just can't wait to try it out.

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  8. Thank you YarnYokel! I'm glad you like him and you are very welcome as well!!! :)

    Erin

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  9. I have the Bryan and Stewie pattern, but where could I find the rest of the family? Peter, Lois, Chris, and Meg? If you could let me know. Thanks.

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    1. I'm sorry Sheena but I don't know where you could find any. I don't believe I've seen patterns for them as of yet.

      Erin

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