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Indiana Panda
Indiana Panda is a real adventurer. Today he went exploring on our balcony. Eventually he was so tired that he took a rest under the plant

Posted by Sabrina S. Published See Sabrina S.'s 7 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Head
    (Use white yarn)
    RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
    RND 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
    RND 3: 2 sc in each 2nd sc (18)
    RND 4: 2 sc in each 3rd sc (24)
    RND 5: 2 sc in each 4th sc (30)
    RND 6: 2 sc in each 5th sc (36)
    RND 7: 2 sc in each 6th sc (42)
    RND 8: 2 sc in each 7th sc (48)
    RND 9: 2 sc in each 8th sc (54)
    RND 10-20: 54 sc (54)
    RND 21: dec over each 8th and 9th sc (48)
    RND 22: dec over each 7th and 8th sc (42)
    RND 23: dec over each 6th and 7th sc (36)
    RND 24: dec over each 5th and 6th sc (30)
    RND 25: dec over each 4th and 5th sc (24)
    RND 26: dec over each 3rd and 4th sc (18)
    Fill the head. Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the head to the body.

  • Step 2

    Body
    (Use white yarn)
    RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
    RND 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
    RND 3: 2 sc in each 2nd sc (18)
    RND 4: 2 sc in each 3rd sc (24)
    RND 5: 2 sc in each 4th sc (30)
    RND 6: 2 sc in each 5th sc (36)
    RND 7: 2 sc in each 6th sc (42)
    RND 8-13: 42 sc (42)
    RND 14: dec over each 6th and 7th sc (36)
    RND 15-16: 36 sc (36)
    RND 17: dec over each 5th and 6th sc (30)
    RND 18: 30 sc (30)
    RND 19: dec over each 4th and 5th sc (24)
    RND 20: dec over each 3rd and 4th sc (18)
    Fill the body. Tie-off with a sl.st.

  • Step 3

    Feet (2x)
    (Use black yarn)
    RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
    RND 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
    RND 3: 2 sc in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 7th, 8th, 9th sc (18)
    RND 4: 2 sc in the 2nd, 4th, 6th, 11th, 13th, 15th sc (24)
    RND 5-6: 24 sc (24)
    RND 7: dec over the 2nd and 3rd, 5th and 6th, 8th and 9th v, 13th and 14th, 18th and 19th, 23rd and 24 sc (18)
    RND 8: dec over each 2nd and 3rd sc (12)
    RND 9-10: 12 sc (12)
    RND 11: 2 sc in each 4th sc (15)
    Fill the feet. Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the feet to the body.

  • Step 4

    Arms (2x)
    (Use black yarn)
    RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
    RND 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
    RND 3-11: 12 sc (12)
    Fill the arms.
    RND 12: dec over each 2 sc (6)
    Tie-off with a sl.st, close the arms and leave enough yarn to sew the arms to the body.

  • Step 5

    Snout
    (Use white yarn)
    RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
    RND 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
    RND 3: 2 sc in each 2nd sc (18)
    RND 4: 18 sc (18)
    RND 5: 2 sc in each 3rd sc (24)
    Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the snout to the head.

  • Step 6

    Eye spots (2x)
    (Use black yarn)
    RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
    RND 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
    RND 3: 2 sc in each 2nd sc (18)
    Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the eye spots to the head.

  • Step 7

    Hat
    (Start with army green yarn)
    RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
    RND 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
    RND 3: 2 sc in each 2nd sc (18)
    RND 4: 2 sc in each 3rd sc (24)
    RND 5: 2 sc in each 4th sc (30)
    RND 6: 2 sc in each 5th sc (36)
    RND 7: 2 sc in each 6th sc (42)
    RND 8: 2 sc in each 7th sc (48)
    RND 9: 2 sc in each 8th sc (54)
    RND 10-12: 54 sc (54)
    (Switch to black yarn)
    RND 13-14: 54 sc (54)
    (Switch to army green yarn)
    RND 15: 54 sc in the front loops only (54)
    RND 16: 2 sc in each 3rd sc (72)
    RND 17: 2 sc in each 4th sc (90)
    RND 18-19: 90 sc (90)
    Tie-off with a sl.st.

  • Step 8

    Backpack
    (Use army green yarn)
    Row 1: 10 ch + 1 tch (10)
    Row 2-4: Turn around and crochet 10 sc + 1 tch (10)
    Row 5: Turn around and crochet 2 sc in the 10th sc (11)
    Continue in rounds instead of rows.
    RND 1: crochet an edge of sc around with 2 sc in each corner (30)
    RND 2-11: 30 sc (30)
    Tie-off with a sl.st.

    Backpack straps (2x)
    (Use army green yarn)
    Row 1: 20 ch + 1 tch (20)
    Row 2: Turn around and crochet 20 sc (20)
    Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the straps to the backpack.

    Backpack top flap
    (Use army green yarn)
    RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
    RND 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
    RND 3: 2 sc in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 7th, 8th, 9th sc (18)
    RND 4: 2 sc in the 2nd, 4th, 6th, 11th, 13th, 15th sc (24)
    RND 5: 2 sc in the 3rd, 6th, 9th, 15th, 18th, 21st sc (30)
    RND 6: 2 sc in the 4th, 8th, 12th, 19th, 23rd, 27th sc (36)
    Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the flap to the backpack.

    Backpack button
    (Use army green yarn)
    RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
    Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the button to the flap of the backpack.

  • Step 9

    Putting all the parts together
    Sew the head to the body.

    Sew the feet to the body. To let the panda sit, sew the feet to the front of the body. If you want to let the panda stand, sew the feet to the bottom of the body.

    Sew the arms to the body, somewhere at round 3 (counted from above).

    Fill the snout and sew it to the head, somewhere at round 17.

    Sew the eye spots to the head, somewhere at round 11 with 5 stitches between the eye spots.

    Sew the straps to the backpack. Sew the top flap to the half of the open part of the backpack on the side of the straps. Then sew the button to the flap. Now the backpack can be fastened to the panda.

    Put the hat on the head.

  • Step 10

    Face
    Cut 2 circles out of white felt and paste these to the eye spots.

    Cut a nose out of black felt and paste it to the snout.

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