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This is my version of Kero from Cardcaptor Sakura.
This is my very first crochet pattern. Enjoy! ^_^

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/kero-chan-2

Posted by San from King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States • Published See San's 5 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Make the Head

    1: 6sc into magic ring (6 st)
    2: 2sc into each sc (12 st)
    3: [inc2, 1sc] rpt around (18 st)
    4: [inc2, 2sc] rpt around (24 st)
    5: [inc2, 3sc] rpt around (30 st)
    6: [inc2, 4sc] rpt around (36 st)
    7: [inc2, 5sc] rpt around (42 st)
    8: sc around (42 st)
    9: [inc2, 6sc] rpt around (48 st)
    10 – 16: sc around (48 st)
    17: [dec2, 6sc] rpt around (42 st)
    18: sec around (42 st)
    19: [dec2, 5sc] rpt around (36 st)
    20: [dec2, 4sc] rpt around (30 st)
    21: [dec2, 3sc] rpt around (24 st)
    22: [dec2, 2sc] rpt around (18 st)
    --stuff head--
    23: [dec2, 1sc] rpt around (12 st)
    24: dec2 around (6 st)
    --finish off--

  • Step 2

    Make the Body

    1: 6sc into magic ring (6 st)
    2: 2sc in each sc around (12 st)
    3: [inc2, 1sc] rpt around (18 st)
    4: [inc2, 2sc] rpt around (24 st)
    5: [inc2, 3sc] rpt around (30 st)
    6: [inc2, 4sc] rpt around (36 st)
    7 – 12: sc around (36 st)
    13: [dec2, 4sc] rpt around (30 st)
    14: sc around (30 st)
    15: [dec2, 3 sc] rpt around (24 st)
    16: sc around (24 st)
    17: [dec2, 2sc] rpt around (18 st) **optional**
    18: sc around (18 st) **optional**
    --stuff body--
    --finish off w/ tail to attach head to body--

    (You may or may not want row 17 and 18 – it depends how your Kero looks. Adding these rows will give him a slightly longer body/neck and smaller neck hole. I made my Kero so long ago that I can't remember whether I added these rows or not. It shouldn't make too much of a difference, though, so don't stress over it. ^_^)

  • Step 3

    Make 2 Arms

    1: 6sc into magic ring (6 st)
    2: 2 sc in each sc around (12 st)
    3 – 7: sc around (12 st)
    --stuff arms--
    --finish off w/tail to attach arms to body--

  • Step 4

    Make 2 Legs

    1: 6sc into magic ring (6 st)
    2: 2 sc in each sc around (12 st)
    3: [inc2, 1sc] rpt around (18 st)
    4 – 8: sc around (18 st)
    --stuff legs--
    --finish off w/ tail to attach legs to body--

  • Step 5

    Make 2 Ears

    1: 6sc into magic ring (6 st)
    2: 2sc in each sc around (12 st)
    3: [inc2, 1sc] rpt around (18 st)
    4: [inc2, 2sc] rpt around (24 st)
    5: [inc2, 3sc] rpt around (30 st)
    6: [inc2, 4sc] rpt around (36 st)
    --fold in half--
    --finish off and use tail to sew together to make semi-circle--

  • Step 6

    Make a Tail

    chain about 26
    make pompom and attach

  • Step 7

    Make 2 Wings

    I don't have a crochet wing pattern, so I used white felt to make the wings.

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Clotilde/Craftybegonia M.
That is precious!
San
San · King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US · 5 projects
Thanks!
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Jenzkha
Jenzkha · Quezon City, Metro Manila, PH · 1 project
I love it!kyomi!!!
San
San · King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US · 5 projects
Thank you!
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Black_feather
Black_feather · Quebec City, Quebec, CA
It's so adorable!! I'll try doing it
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sweetsundae0
sweetsundae0 · Ajax, Ontario, CA · 50 projects
eeeks its tail is so cute! >.<
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Kaitlynne J.
Kaitlynne J. · Vancouver, Washington, US · 2 projects
Thank you ^-^ And also, I dont know if its a typo or not, but the pattern says at Head : step 18, sec around (42). Did you mean sc or dec? Cuz I just guessed and did dec all the way around and the head came out a little lopsided lol >.<; Im sorry for all the questions
San
San · King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US · 5 projects
Sometimes, when you decrease, you decrease 3 at a time. That means you'd be turning 3 stitches into 1 stitch.

I said "dec2, 6sc" meaning you should stitch two together, then do 6 single crochet.

Sorry for the confusion! >_<;;
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San
San · King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US · 5 projects
Sometimes, when you decrease, you decrease 3 at a time. That means you'd be turning 3 stitches into 1 stitch.

I said "dec2, 6sc" meaning you should stitch two together, then do 6 single crochet.

Sorry for the confusion! >_<;;
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Kaitlynne J.
Kaitlynne J. · Vancouver, Washington, US · 2 projects
Where it says [dec2, 6sc] rpt around, I dont understand that. Does it mean to decrease twice and then do the 6 single crochets? Or is the 2 just there and means nothing?
San
San · King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US · 5 projects
Sometimes, when you decrease, you decrease 3 at a time. That means you'd be turning 3 stitches into 1 stitch.

I said "dec2, 6sc" meaning you should stitch two together, then do 6 single crochet.

Sorry for the confusion! >_<;;
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The Mad Hattress
The Mad Hattress · 5 projects
SOOO CUTE!! I wish I had the patience to try that. Maybe I will... Hmm...
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Caroline R.
Caroline R.
Thanks! That makes so much sense now HappyI'm going to try to make one now, it's so cute!
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San
San · King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US · 5 projects
The number in ( ) tells you how many stitches total there should be in the round you just finished.

For example, for round 1, you single crochet 6 times into the magic ring. Thus, you have (6 st).

Then, for round 2, you single crochet twice into each stitch. Thus, you are increasing 6 times, bringing the total number of stitches to (12 st).

Make sense?

Knowing the number of stitches in a round is extremely helpful. If you forget which round you're on, all you have to do is count the stitches in the round you just finished, and check the pattern to see which round has that many stitches. Also, if you finish a round you can double check to make sure you didn't miss any stitches by counting the stitches and checking them against the ( ) number in the pattern.

Hope this helps! ^_^
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