Snoopy and Woodstock just go together. So what else could I do but make Woodstock too? It was by request and I needed to do him quickly so I used the yarn I had on hand. But to make him more to scale with my Snoopy pattern he could be made with a smaller gauge yarn. Hope you enjoy the happy little guy! He's got to be my personal favorite of the Peanuts characters!
He's for sale at my website and if you'd like to make one yourself the free crochet pattern is also below! Please don't copy or sell the pattern or sell the finished product. Feel free though to make them for personal use, gifts, or charity. Thanks!
homespun yarn, G hook
Row 1: 4 sc in loop, tighten
Row 2: sc, sc, 2sc, sc (5 total)
Row 3: 2sc, sc, 2sc, sc, 2sc (8 total)
Row 4: 2sc, sc, sc, 2sc, sc, sc, 2sc, sc (11 total)
Row 5: sc3tog, sc2tog, sc2tog, sc3tog, sc2tog
leave a long tail, sew up
using the long tail left from the head, starting at the base of the back of the head and working up to the top of the head:
ch 2, join back to head with sc, ch 3, join back to head with sl st, ch 3, join back to head with hdc
Row 1: 8 sc in loop, tighten
Row 2: sc, sc, sc, 2sc, sc, sc, sc, 2sc (10)
Row 3: sc2tog, sc2tog, sc2tog, sc, sc, sc, sc (7)
Row 4: sc2tog, sc, sc2tog (stuff with beans) sc, sc, sl st to round off
join with sl st to body, ch 3, hdc in 2nd ch, finish off
join to body with sl st, ch 5, 3hdc and sc in blo of 2nd chain from hook, sc in front loop only of same chain, sl st to 1st hdc
join to body with a slip stitch, ch 4, dc blo in 3rd chain from hook, sc blo in next
I kinda squish and pinch everything into the right shape as I make these little pieces... and also sew in tails carefully and deliberately to pull wings, feet and such into the right places.