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Download Tumbles Kitty

 

Tumbles Kitty

Crochet With Style Crochet Pattern

 Tumbles Kitty a  Tumbles Kitty b


 

Step-by-step instructions… Lots of photos & tips to help you make your very own Tumbles Kitty.
Designed by Toni Marie.


Crochet with Style #1 Free Crochet Pattern

 

https://crochetwithstyle.com

 

 

Here are the supplies I used to make Tumbles Kitty (feel free to use your own colors, and types of yarns to make your own unique look)

Size 8 crochet hook – to crochet Tumbles Kitty
2 Black beads for the eyes
I used – Punch Yarn (feel free to use any type of yarn you want to make different sizes)
Colors I used for this pattern are:
Gray
Black embroidery floss for the nose and mouth
Fiber for stuffing
Red artist pencil for shading on the cheeks and ears (I use Prisma Pencils)
Needle for sewing

Tumbles Kitty is about 1 ¼ inches tall, of course the size will change depending on the type of yarns, and hooks you use and how loose or tight you crochet.

supplies

This pattern is worked in circles and ovals… In continuous rounds instead of “back and forth” rows…
increase and decreases. Please Note: Do not join rounds.. We don’t want to have seams. Mark the beginning of each round with a contrasting thread color.. Unless you are good at counting your stitches as you work.

 

 

Let’s start with Tumble Kitty’s Cute Head/body

Head/Body

Crochet round 

^ This is chain 2 and 6 single crochets in the 2nd chain from the hook.

 

body 

^  This is what the head/body should look like.

With Gray

Round 1: Chain 2, 6 single crochets in the second chain from the hook (6 single crochets)

Round 2: 2 single crochets in each single crochet around (12 single crochets)

Round 3: *Single crochet in the next single crochet, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (18 single crochets)

Round 4: *Single crochet in each of the next 2 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (24 single crochets)

Round 5: *Single crochet in each of the next 3 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (30 single crochets)

Round 6: *Single crochet in each of the next 4 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (36 single crochets)

Rounds 7-13: Single crochet in each single crochet around (36 single crochets)

Round 14: *Single crochet in each of the next 4 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (30 single crochets)

Round 15: *Single crochet in each of the next 3 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (24 single crochets)

Round 16: *Single crochet in each of the next 2 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (18 single crochets)

Stuff

Round 17: *Single crochet in the next single crochet, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (12 single crochets)

Fasten off, leave enough yarn to stitch opening closed (Check Tip at the bottom of pattern pages to close up the openings)

 

Let’s put Tumble Kitty’s cute face together

Tumble Kitty's face

The first thing we are going to do is add the nose and mouth.

With 2 strands of black embroidery floss, we are going to start with the nose.

Go across a few times between rows 12-13 (counting from the top of the head down)

 

nose

Now we are going to stitch on the cute mouth, Go up in the middle of the nose (just under the nose) and stitch your mouth on between rows 13-15 (counting from the top of the head down)

Mouth 1 mouth 2 mouth 4

 

  

Now we are going to add some cute whiskers, stitch on the whiskers between rows 10-13 (counting from the top of the head down)

whiskers

Now we are going to add the eyes, stitch beads on between rows 10-12 (counting from the top of the head down)

face

You can now add some rosy cheeks with the red artist pencil, shade between rows

Tumble Kitty's face

 

The last thing we need to do to is add the ears and tail 

Ears (make 2)

ear

With Gray yarn

Chain 2, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, treble crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, and single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook

Fasten off, leave enough tail to stitch ears to the head onto row 4-8, counting from the top of the head

ears1

If you want you can shade a little inside the ears

ears2

Tail

tail

With Gray

Round 1: Chain 2, 8 single crochets in the 2nd chain from the hook (8 single crochets)

Rounds 2-16: Single crochet in each single crochet around (8 single crochets)

Stuff lightly

Fasten off, leave enough yarn to stitch opening closed. Stitch tail to back of tumble kitty. You can also stitch the tail a little towards the front as well.

tail2 tail

 

Tip

To close up the openings of the head, body, arms, and legs:

With your needle, weave in and out of the single crochets around the opening and pull tight, then you can stitch closed (depending on how tight you can get the opening to close, you can just knot and weave in)

close1 close2

 

 

 

Now we are all finished *Ü*

finished

A little info about the copyrights of this pattern… You can make as many dolls using this pattern that your hands can make. And… you can sell as many dolls you can make using this pattern… You do not need permission to do so *Ü*. The things you cannot do with this pattern are… make copies of it for sale or to give away… or make changes to it to resell the pattern as yours. Please respect our copyrights, the originality of my designs. Thank you *Ü*

 

Entire pattern is protected under the copyright laws © 2014 Crochet with Style

www.crochetwithstyle.com

Download Tumbles Bunny

 

Tumbles Bunny

Crochet With Style Crochet Pattern

tumbles-bunny-1  tumbles-bunny-2 
   

 

Step-by-step instructions… Lots of photos & tips to help you make your very own Tumbles Bunny.
Designed by Toni Marie.


Crochet with Style #2 Free Crochet Pattern

 

https://crochetwithstyle.com

 

 

Here are the supplies I used to make Tumbles Bunny (feel free to use your own colors, and types of yarns to make your own unique look)

Size 8 crochet hook – to crochet Tumbles Bunny
2 Black beads for the eyes
I used – Punch Yarn (feel free to use any type of yarn you want to make different sizes)
Colors I used for this pattern are:
Light Yellow
Dark Brown embroidery floss for the nose and mouth
Fiber for stuffing
Red artist pencil for shading on the cheeks and ears (I use Prisma Pencils)
Needle for sewing

Tumbles Bunny is about 1 ½ inches tall, of course the size will change depending on the type of yarns, and hooks you use and how loose or tight you crochet.

 

supplies

 

This pattern is worked in circles and ovals… In continuous rounds instead of “back and forth” rows…
increase and decreases. Please Note: Do not join rounds.. We don’t want to have seams. Mark the beginning of each round with a contrasting thread color.. Unless you are good at counting your stitches as you work.

 

Let’s start with Tumble Bunny’s Cute Head/body


Head/Body

Crochet round

 - This is chain 2 and 6 single crochets in the 2nd chain from the hook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

body

-This is what the head/body should look like.

 

 

 

 

 

With Light Yellow

Round 1: Chain 2, 6 single crochets in the second chain from the hook (6 single crochets)

Round 2: 2 single crochets in each single crochet around (12 single crochets)

Round 3: *Single crochet in the next single crochet, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (18 single crochets)

Round 4: *Single crochet in each of the next 2 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (24 single crochets)

Round 5: *Single crochet in each of the next 3 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (30 single crochets)

Round 6: *Single crochet in each of the next 4 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (36 single crochets)

Rounds 7-13: Single crochet in each single crochet around (36 single crochets)

Round 14: *Single crochet in each of the next 4 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (30 single crochets)

Round 15: *Single crochet in each of the next 3 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (24 single crochets)

Round 16: *Single crochet in each of the next 2 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (18 single crochets)

Stuff

Round 17: *Single crochet in the next single crochet, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (12 single crochets)

Fasten off, leave enough yarn to stitch opening closed (Check Tip at the bottom of pattern pages to close up the openings)

 

Let’s put Tumble Bunny’s cute face together

face3

The first thing we are going to do is add the nose and mouth.

With 2 strands of dark brown embroidery floss, we are going to start with the nose.

Go across a few times between rows 12-13 (counting from the top of the head down)

 

face1

Now we are going to stitch on the cute mouth, Go up in the middle of the nose (just under the nose) and stitch a line between rows 13-14 (counting from the top of the head down)

face2

Now we are going to add the eyes, stitch beads on between rows 10-12 (counting from the top of the head down)

face3

 

The last thing we need to do to is to add the ears and tail

Ears (make 2)

ear

With Light Yellow

Round 1: Chain 2, 6 single crochets in the 2nd chain from the hook (6 single crochets)

Round 2: 2 single crochets in each single crochet around (12 single crochets)

Rounds 3-10: Single crochet in each single crochet around (12 single crochets)

Fasten off, leave enough tail to stitch ears to the head onto row 3-6, counting from the top of the head

 

You can now add some rosy cheeks with the red artist pencil, shade between rows

face4

If you want you can shade a little inside the ears

face5

 

Tail

tail

With Light Yellow

Round 1: Chain 2, 6 single crochets in the 2nd chain from the hook (6 single crochets)

Round 2: 2 single crochets in each single crochet around (12 single crochets)

Rounds 3-4: Single crochet in each single crochet around (18 single crochets)

Fasten off, leave enough yarn to stitch opening closed. Stitch tail to back of tumble Bunny. 

tail2

 

Tip

To close up the openings of the head, body, arms, and legs:

With your needle, weave in and out of the single crochets around the opening and pull tight, then you can stitch closed (depending on how tight you can get the opening to close, you can just knot and weave in)

 close1
close2

 

 

 

Now we are all finished *Ü*

finished

 

A little info about the copyrights of this pattern… You can make as many dolls using this pattern that your hands can make. And… you can sell as many dolls you can make using this pattern… You do not need permission to do so *Ü*. The things you cannot do with this pattern are… make copies of it for sale or to give away… or make changes to it to resell the pattern as yours. Please respect our copyrights, the originality of my designs. Thank you *Ü*

 

Entire pattern is protected under the copyright laws © 2014 Crochet with Style

www.crochetwithstyle.com

 

Download Tumbles Bear

Tumbles Bear

Crochet With Style Crochet Pattern

 

tumbles-bear-1  tumbles-bear-2 

Step-by-step instructions… Lots of photos & tips to help you make your very own Tumbles Bear.

Designed by Toni Marie.


Crochet with Style #3 Free Crochet Pattern

 

https://crochetwithstyle.com

 

 

Here are the supplies I used to make Tumbles Bear (feel free to use your own colors, and types of yarns to make your own unique look)

Size 8 crochet hook – to crochet Tumbles Bear
2 Black beads for the eyes
I used – Punch Yarn (feel free to use any type of yarn you want to make different sizes)
Colors I used for this pattern are:
Brown
Dark Brown embroidery floss for the nose and mouth
Fiber for stuffing
Red artist pencil for shading on the cheeks and ears (I use Prisma Pencils)
Needle for sewing

Tumbles Bear is about 1 inch tall, of course the size will change depending on the type of yarns, and hooks you use and how loose or tight you crochet.

 

supplies

This pattern is worked in circles and ovals… In continuous rounds instead of “back and forth” rows…
increase and decreases. Please Note: Do not join rounds.. We don’t want to have seams. Mark the beginning of each round with a contrasting thread color.. Unless you are good at counting your stitches as you work.

 

Let’s start with Tumble Bear’s Cute Head/body


Head/Body

Crochet round

- This is chain 2 and 6 single crochets in the 2nd chain from the hook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

head

-This is what the head/body should look like.

 

 

 

 

 

 

With Brown

Round 1: Chain 2, 6 single crochets in the second chain from the hook (6 single crochets)

Round 2: 2 single crochets in each single crochet around (12 single crochets)

Round 3: *Single crochet in the next single crochet, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (18 single crochets)

Round 4: *Single crochet in each of the next 2 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (24 single crochets)

Round 5: *Single crochet in each of the next 3 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (30 single crochets)

Round 6: *Single crochet in each of the next 4 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (36 single crochets)

Rounds 7-13: Single crochet in each single crochet around (36 single crochets)

Round 14: *Single crochet in each of the next 4 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (30 single crochets)

Round 15: *Single crochet in each of the next 3 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (24 single crochets)

Round 16: *Single crochet in each of the next 2 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (18 single crochets)

Stuff

Round 17: *Single crochet in the next single crochet, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (12 single crochets)

Fasten off; leave enough yarn to stitch opening closed (Check Tip at the bottom of pattern pages to close up the openings)

 

Let’s put Tumble Bear’s cute face together


eyes

The first thing we are going to do is add the nose and mouth.

With 2 strands of dark brown embroidery floss, we are going to start with the nose.

Go across a few times between rows 12-13 (counting from the top of the head down)

nose1

Now we are going to stitch on the cute mouth, Go up in the middle of the nose (just under the nose) and stitch a line between rows 13-14 (counting from the top of the head down)

nose2

Now we are going to add the eyes, stitch beads on between rows 10-12 (counting from the top of the head down)

eyes

 

The last thing we need to do to is to add the ears and tail

Ears (make 2)

ear

With Brown

Chain 2, 6 single crochets in the 2nd chain from the hook

Fasten off, leave enough tail to stitch ears to the head onto row 3-6, counting from the top of the head

ears2

You can now add some rosy cheeks with the red artist pencil, shade between rows

face1

If you want you can shade a little inside the ears

face2

 

Tip

To close up the openings of the head, body, arms, and legs:

With your needle, weave in and out of the single crochets around the opening and pull tight, then you can stitch closed (depending on how tight you can get the opening to close, you can just knot and weave in)

close1  close2 

 

Now we are all finished *Ü*

finished

 

A little info about the copyrights of this pattern… You can make as many dolls using this pattern that your hands can make. And… you can sell as many dolls you can make using this pattern… You do not need permission to do so *Ü*. The things you cannot do with this pattern are… make copies of it for sale or to give away… or make changes to it to resell the pattern as yours. Please respect our copyrights, the originality of my designs. Thank you *Ü*

 

Entire pattern is protected under the copyright laws © 2014 Crochet with Style

www.crochetwithstyle.com

Download Tumbles Pig

 

Tumbles Pig

Crochet With Style Crochet Pattern

 

tumbles-pig-1a tumbles-pig-2

 

Step-by-step instructions… Lots of photos & tips to help you make your very own Tumbles Pig.
Designed by Toni Marie.


Crochet with Style #4 Free Crochet Pattern

https://crochetwithstyle.com

 

Here are the supplies I used to make Tumbles Pig (feel free to use your own colors, and types of yarns to make your own unique look)

Size 8 crochet hook – to crochet Tumbles pig
2 Black beads for the eyes
I used – Punch Yarn (feel free to use any type of yarn you want to make different sizes)
Colors I used for this pattern are:
Peach
Dark pink embroidery floss for the nose
Fiber for stuffing
Red artist pencil for shading on the cheeks and ears (I use Prisma Pencils)
Needle for sewing

Tumbles Pig is about 1 inch tall, of course the size will change depending on the type of yarns, and hooks you use and how loose or tight you crochet.

supplies

This pattern is worked in circles and ovals… In continuous rounds instead of “back and forth” rows…
increase and decreases. Please Note: Do not join rounds.. We don’t want to have seams. Mark the beginning of each round with a contrasting thread color.. Unless you are good at counting your stitches as you work.

 

Let’s start with Tumble Pig’s Cute Head/body


Head/Body

Crochet round

- This is chain 2 and 6 single crochets in the 2nd chain from the hook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

head

-This is what the head/body should look like.

 

 

 

 

 

With Peach

Round 1: Chain 2, 6 single crochets in the second chain from the hook (6 single crochets)

Round 2: 2 single crochets in each single crochet around (12 single crochets)

Round 3: *Single crochet in the next single crochet, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (18 single crochets)

Round 4: *Single crochet in each of the next 2 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (24 single crochets)

Round 5: *Single crochet in each of the next 3 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (30 single crochets)

Round 6: *Single crochet in each of the next 4 single crochets, 2 single crochets in the next single crochet* around (36 single crochets)

Rounds 7-13: Single crochet in each single crochet around (36 single crochets)

Round 14: *Single crochet in each of the next 4 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (30 single crochets)

Round 15: *Single crochet in each of the next 3 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (24 single crochets)

Round 16: *Single crochet in each of the next 2 single crochets, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (18 single crochets)

Stuff

Round 17: *Single crochet in the next single crochet, single crochet the next 2 single crochets together* around (12 single crochets)

Fasten off; leave enough yarn to stitch opening closed (Check Tip at the bottom of pattern pages to close up the openings)

 

Let’s put Tumble Pig’s cute face together

nose4

 

Nose

nose

Round 1: Chain 2, 6 single crochets in the 2nd chain from the hook (6 single crochets)

Round 2: 2 single crochets in each single crochet around (12 single crochets)

Round 3: Single crochet in each single crochet around (12 single crochets)

Stitch the nose onto rows 11-14

nose2

Next take 2 strands of Dark pink embroidery floss and make 2 knots inside the nose area you just stitched on.

nose3

Now we are going to add the eyes, stitch beads on between rows 10-12 (counting from the top of the head down)

nose4

 

The last things we need to do to is to add the ears and tail

Ears (make 2)

ear

With Peach

Chain 2, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, 2 treble crochets, double crochet, half double crochet, single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook

Fasten off, leave enough tail to stitch ears to the head onto row 3-6, counting from the top of the head

ears2

You can now add some rosy cheeks with the red artist pencil, shade between rows

face1

If you want you can shade a little inside the ears

face2

Tip

To close up the openings of the head, body, arms, and legs:

With your needle, weave in and out of the single crochets around the opening and pull tight, then you can stitch closed (depending on how tight you can get the opening to close, you can just knot and weave in)

close1 close2

 

Now we are all finished *Ü*

finished

 

A little info about the copyrights of this pattern… You can make as many dolls using this pattern that your hands can make. And… you can sell as many dolls you can make using this pattern… You do not need permission to do so *Ü*. The things you cannot do with this pattern are… make copies of it for sale or to give away… or make changes to it to resell the pattern as yours. Please respect our copyrights, the originality of my designs. Thank you *Ü*

 

Entire pattern is protected under the copyright laws © 2014 Crochet with Style

www.crochetwithstyle.com