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Eeyore Crochet Pattern by Skestes Eeyore Crochet Pattern by Skestes
I found the original eeyore pictures from aphid777's deviant art blog. I printed the pictures out and used trial and error to crochet all of the parts. Aphid777 stated several times on her blog that there was no pattern. I did keep up with what I crocheted and can add the pattern to my site. If aphid777 would like me to take down the pattern that I made based on her original crocheted eeyore. I will be happy to. I did not attach the purple felt to the bottom of the finished eeyore. But did attach pink felt in the ears. 

This is the blog that I originally found the eeyore pictures at: aphid777.deviantart.com/art/Ba…

Everything was Trial and error, if you have a questions, email me at shanea.estes@gmail.com and I’ll try to help you. Repeat anything between * until you reach your stitch marker again, number in () is how many stitches are in each round.

EDIT: I used Caron simply soft yarn. I picked a color close to what I thought eeyore looked like. I dont remember the specific color (possibly berry blue, i googled the yarn brand and that color looks like the one I used) I also used caron simply soft tan color (maybe light country peach??) And then I used scrap pink at the house for the bow.  You can make the bow whatever color you'd like, though traditional color for eeyore is a pink color. I also used a size G or H hook, cant specifically remember. The larger the hook, the larger the toy will be since the space between each crochet stitch is slightly larger. Each hook size up increased the toy by 1-2 inches overall.

TW= turn work , MR= Magic ring, sc= single crochet, inc= increase (crochet two single crochets in one stitch), dec= decrease (combine two stitches into one)

Body

Rnd 1- Magic Ring 6 (youtube magic ring and it will show you this stitch)

Rnd 2- Inc (12)

Rnd 3- *sc, inc* (18)

Rnd 4- *sc in next 2, inc*(24)

Rnd 5 - *sc in next 3, inc* (30)

Rnd 6 - *sc in next 4, inc* (36)

Rnd 7- *sc in next 5, inc* (42)

Rnd 8- *sc in next 6, inc* (48)

Rnd 9- *sc in next  23, inc* (50)

Rnd 10- *sc in next 24, inc* (52)

Rnd 11- *sc in next 25, inc* (54)

Rnd 12- *sc in next 25, dec* (52)

Rnd 13- sc 52 (52)

Rnd 14- *sc in next 24, dec* (50)

Rnd 15- sc 50 (50)

Rnd 16 - *sc in next 23, dec* (48)

Rnd 17- *sc in next 22, dec* (46)

Rnd 18- *sc in next 21, dec* (44)

Rnd 19- * sc in next 20, dec* (42)

Rnd 20- *sc in next 19, dec* (40)

Rnd 21- *sc in next 18, dec* (38)

Rnd 22- *sc in next 17, dec* (36)

Rnd 23- *sc in next 16, dec* (34)

Rnd 24- *sc in next 6, dec, sc in next 7, dec* (30)

--Firmly stuff--

Rnd 25- *sc in next 3, dec* (24)

Rnd 26- *sc in next 2, dec*(18)

Rnd 27-  *sc, dec* (12)

Rnd 28- *dec in every stitch* (6)

Fasten off, finishing stuffing and Leave 12” tail to sew whole closed.

Head

Start with Cream colored yarn

Rnd 1- MR6

Rnd 2- *Inc* (12)

Rnd 3- *sc, inc* (18)

Rnd 4- *sc in next 2, inc* (24)

Rnd 5- *sc in next 5, inc* (28)

Rnd 6- *sc in next 13, inc* (30)

Rnd 7- *sc in next 14, inc* (32)

Rnd 8- *sc in next 15, inc* (34)

Rnd 9- *sc in next 16, inc* (36)

Rnd 10- sc 36 (36)

---Switch to blue yarn---

Rnd 11- sc 36 (36)

Rnd 12- *sc in the next 7, dec* (32)

Rnd 13- sc 32 (32)

Rnd 14- *sc in next 13, dec* (30)

Rnd 15- *sc in next 12, dec* (28)

Rnd 16- *sc in next 13, inc* (30)

Rnd 17 and 18- sc 30 (30)

Rnd 19- *sc in next 13, dec* (28)

Rnd 20- *sc in next 12, dec* (26)

--Attach 12mm safety eyes between rows 12 and 13. Places them about 6 stitches apart—

--Firmly stuff--

Rnd 21- *sc in next 11, dec* (24)

Rnd 22- *sc in next 2, dec* (18)

Rnd 23- *sc, dec* (12)

Rnd 24- dec (6)

Fasten off, Finishing Stuffing, and Leave 12” tail to sew the whole together. Using embroidery thread, embroider all the way around the center of his head, half way between safety eyes or he will look funny. (see pictures). In the cream, do two horizontal lines that reach out two stiches on each side of the center line and make them about 2 rows apart.

Eye browns are embroidered on about 1 row above the top of the safety eyes( around row 15). The bottom of the eye brow is about 2 stitches outside of eye and the angle spans up 2 rows and over 3 stitches so that it is about even with the inner edge of the eye. (see pictures)

Back Legs (make 2)

Rnd 1- MR 6

Rnd 2- Inc (12)

Rnd 3- *sc, inc* (18)

Rnd 4- *sc in next 2, inc* (24)

Rnd 5- sc 24 (24)

Rnd 6- *sc in next 10, dec* (22)

Rnd 7- *sc in next 3, dec, sc in next 4, dec* (18)

Rnd 8- *sc in 2, dec, sc in next 3, dec* (14)

Rnd 9- *sc in next 2, inc, sc in next 3, inc* (18)

Rnd 10- *sc in next 3, inc, sc in next 4, inc* (22)

Rnd 11- *sc in next 10, inc* (24)

Rnd 12- *sc in next 11, inc* (26)

Rnd 13- *sc in next 12, inc* (28)

Rnd 14- *sc in next 13, inc* (30)

Rnd 15- *sc in next 14, inc* (32)

Rnd 16- *sc in next 15, inc* (34)

Rnd 17- *sc in next 16, inc* (36),

Fasten off and leave a 24” tail to sew leg to body. Stuff firmly and shape the foot. Attach to the body between rows 3 and 15. One side of leg should be attached near row 3 while the other side should naturally reach around row 15. Attach the top side of the leg opening barely higher than midline of the body, you don’t want his legs to point toward the sky.

Front Legs (make 2)

Rnd 1- MR 6

Rnd 2- Inc (12)

Rnd 3- *sc, inc* (18)

Rnd 4- *sc in next 2, inc* (24)

Rnd 5-7- sc 24 (24)

Rnd 8- *sc in next 4, dec* (20)

Rnd 9- *sc in next 8, dec* ( 18)

Rnd 10- *sc in next 2, dec, sc in next 3, dec* (14)

Rnd 11- *sc in next 2, inc, sc in next 3, inc* (18)

Rnd 12- *sc in next 8, inc* (20)

Rnd 13 and 14- sc 20 (20)

Rnd 15- *sc in next 9, inc* (22)

Rnd 16- *sc in next 12, inc* (24)

Rnd 17- sc 24 (24)

Fasten off and leave 18” to sew onto body. Stuff firmly. Attach back opening of leg to round 18 and front of leg opening should naturally fall near row 26 on the body. Place the top of the leg opening a bit over the midline of the body so that the arms point down and not towards the sky.

Whip stitch the head to the body at an angle that helps keep the body sitting so that all four legs touch the ground. Round 1 of the head will probably not touch the ground at the angle that you sew the head onto the body.

Ears (make 2)

Rnd 1- MR 6

Rnd 2- *sc in next 1, inc* (9)

Rnd 3- *sc in next 2, inc* (12)

Rnd 4- sc 12 (12)

Rnd 5- *sc in next 3, inc* (15)

Rnd 6- sc 15 (15)

Rnd 7- *sc in next 4, inc* (18)

Rnd 8- sc 18 (18)

Rnd 9-*sc in next 8, inc* (20)

Rnd 10- sc 20 (20)

Rnd 11- *sc in next 9, inc* (22)

Rnd 12- sc 22 (22)

Rnd 13- *sc in next 9, dec* (20)

Rnd 14 and 15- sc 20 (20)

Rnd 16- *sc in next 8, dec* (18)

Rnd 17- sc 18

Rnd 18- *sc 4, dec* (15)

Rnd 19- sc 15

Rnd 20- *sc 3, dec* (12)

Rnd 21- *sc 4, dec* (10)

Rnd 22- sc 10

Fasten off leaving a 12” tail. When you attach the ears to the top of the head, make sure you whip stitch between both the front and back stitches. DO NOT STUFF ears.  When the ears are flattened, there should be 5 stitches that are  doubled from being stitched through the front and back of the rounds. Attach ears near round 20/21.

 

Tail

Row 1- Chain 5

Row 2- sc in second chain from hook and all the way across (4)

Row 3- TW, sc 4 (4)

Row 4- TW, sc1, chain 2, sc 1. (4)

--You chain two to start the hole in the tail so that it can be slipped on a button that will be attached to the body—

Row 5- TW, sc1, sc the next two stitches around the chain 2 from the previous step, sc 1 (4)

Row 6-8- TW, sc 4 (4)

Row 9- TW,  sc 1, dec, sc1 (3)

Row 10-15- TW, sc 3 (3)

Row 16 will be a single crochet around the entire tail to make a border. You will inc in all four corners. -> Inc (in corner stitch), sc evenly up rows 15-1, Inc (in corner stitch), sc across 4 stitches at the top of the tail, inc (in corner stitch), sc evenly down rows 1-15, inc (in corner stitch), sc in 3 stitches at the bottom of the tail. Fasten off and weave in end.

With the border, it now looks like there is a front and back of the tail. You will take black yarn and cut it into about 6” strips. You latch hook the strips to the 3 stitch end of the tail (over top of the border is fine). I placed about 15 of the 6 inch pieces onto the tail. This made it plush. I did a row of latch hook pieces in the first row and another row of latch hook in the second row.

 

 

Bow

Use pink yarn

This pattern is continuous and then its folded over and sewn together around the 3 stitch end of the tail after the hair is attached to the tail.

Row 1- Chain 3

Row 2- sc in 2nd chain from hook (2)

Row 3- TW, sc 2 (2)

Row 4- TW, sc 2 (2)

Row 5- TW, sc 2 (2)

Row 6- TW, sc1, inc (3)

Row 7- TW, sc 3 (3)

Row 8- TW, sc 1, inc, sc 1 (4)

Row 9- TW, sc 4 (4)

Row 10- TW, sc 2, inc, sc 1 (5)

Row 11-12- TW sc 5

Row 13- TW, sc 2, dec, sc 1 (4)

Row 14- TW, sc 4 (4)

Row 15- TW, sc 1, dec, sc 1 (3)

Row 16- TW, sc 3 (3)

Row 17- TW, dec, sc (2)

Row 18-22- TW, sc 2 (2)

Row 23- TW, sc1, inc (3)

Row 24- TW, sc 3 (3)

Row 25- TW, sc 1, inc, sc 1 (4)

Row 26- TW, sc 4 (4)

Row 27- TW, sc 2, inc, sc 1 (5)

Row 28-29- TW sc 5

Row 30- TW, sc 2, dec, sc 1 (4)

Row 31- TW, sc 4 (4)

Row 32- TW, sc 1, dec, sc 1 (3)

Row 33- TW, sc 3 (3)

Row 34- TW, dec, sc (2)

-- Attach row 34 to row 1—The skinny areas should line up on top of one another and be 6 rows long. This is the area you place the tail in and sew through the top of the bow, the tail, and the bottom of the bow to secure the bow to the tail. Make sure you place it close to the  bottom of the tail so that you cant see where you latch hooked the hair onto the tail.—

Finishing Directions

The main is made of 4” of black yarn that is latch hooked onto the head. The first row I latch hooked 3 pieces. The following rows to about 3 rows onto the body from where the head was attached had 4-5 pieces latch hooked. I totaled ~45 pieces. Add more or less to make the mane plush.

I embroidered pink felt that I free hand cut to be about 1 cm within all the edges of the ears. I whip stitched it onto one side of the ear. Since the ear is round but pressed flat, make sure you only whip stich the felt to one part of the double lined crocheted ear.

I attached a Quarter sized black button to the but around row 7-8 directly center between the back legs. 

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JodiDL Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2017
You state to use G or H hook and that each size up will increase size by 1-2 inches.  My question is to ask how large was the Eeyore you made and which hook size did you use?  I plan to use Red Heart Super Saver in Periwinkle.   Thank you for working up this pattern,  very nice!
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BegetBaubbles Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2017  New Deviant Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Great job. He was always my favorite Pooh character.
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wdw28ears Featured By Owner May 15, 2017
This pattern is awesome!!!  I don't know how to write out patterns, so I'm very glad you did this...Eeyore is very popular at my house.
I'm looking for a Tigger and Piglet pattern.   Would you have those also?
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Pam41 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2017
Where can I find the pattern for this? Thank you
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mewires Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017
Have you added the corrections listed in the comments to the pattern above? Or do we have to go in and find where they go? Thank you.
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Alissa84 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2017
In the pattern for the head, row 14 says to sc in the next 13 st then decrease and repeat to the end of the row for a total of 30 stitches. After several attempts, I still only come up with a total of 28 stitches and am 2 stitches short of the end of the row. All the previous rows came to the correct count. Both colors are the Caron Simply Soft medium weight yarn. What am I doing wrong?
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alohabetty Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2017
Thank you for taking the time to figure this pattern out from pictures - Wow what a task. Also I really appreciate that you took the time to correct the pattern online. Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart  just cant add enough hearts.
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MittensEmpawrium Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Made this little stuffed cutie with this pattern! Thank you so much for the pattern and writing it down!
This little eeyore is a Xmas present to a family member who really LOVES eeyore :) 
when I upload it to my deviant art page I shall link back to here for credits to you! <3
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Tami65 Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
I can't find the pattern.
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sara-sunflower Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2016
Where is pattern?
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Moon-Crafter Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome awesome awesome
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bakayaro-onna Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2016  Professional General Artist
Very cute! I want to try this but Helias-the-Flareon is having trouble with the pattern. Please respond to their question about the count so I will know what to do when I start it.
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Kittylene1 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is absolutely adorable! Heart Heart Heart Heart 
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Helias-the-Flareon Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
So I'm using your pattern but I noticed your count for the head is wrong. It says sc14 inc and you do it twice and that's supposed to equal 30. So either it is supposed to be 32 or it's supposed to be *sc13 inc* but either way the rest of the count is off as well.
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Etselecmik Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2016
This is an absolutely adorable amigurumi! I would love to make one of these beauties but I can't seem to locate the download? When I click on download it takes me to pics of the finished product. Thank you.
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Helias-the-Flareon Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
It's in the information section for the image.
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Helias-the-Flareon Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
There is no download for the pattern just a copy and paste kind of deal.
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Helias-the-Flareon Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
So is some of the back leg.
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Skestes Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
HEY! Sorry for taking so long to respond. The number in parenthesis is correct. How I got there was wrong originally. I tried to proof read the pattern and fix the mistakes. You were correct, It should have been *sc 13, inc* for a total of (30) stitches in the head part of the pattern. Same with the feet. Hopefully that helps. Feel free to email me if you have any questions. I forget to check on here sometimes.
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Mitymous Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
This is super; thanks!
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PrincessPurple Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2016  Professional Interface Designer
Awesome! Thank you.
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Brandi-Punch Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2016
what color did you use? and what kind? please and thank you
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Helias-the-Flareon Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Red heart light periwinkle is a perfect match for eeyore.
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Skestes Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I used Caron simply soft brand, not sure of the exact color, but I did not enjoy working with that yarn brand. Red Heart is hands down the easiest yarn to work with. Find a bluish/purple color you like and go with that.
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Cloud11912 Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2016
What yarn did you is please?
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Skestes Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I used Caron simply soft brand, not sure of the exact color, but I did not enjoy working with that yarn brand. Red Heart is hands down the easiest yarn to work with. Find a bluish/purple color you like and go with that.
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missypron Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2016
Thank you for sharing the pattern! 
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Deja-Lu Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2016   General Artist
this is adorable i need to make this!
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sherrishe Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2016
Love it~ Thx for sharing 
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Danukah Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2015
Thanks!! <3
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VirginieGaby Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Great job ! I might use your pattern to make one =) 
If I do, I will share your page ;)
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katgumi Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2015
Awesome! thank you sooo much for sharing!
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aphid777 Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Looks great!  I'm glad you were able to come up with a pattern for him and were generous enough to share it! ^_^
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ibeccasaur Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2015
THANK YOU!!!!!
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Skestes Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
If you have questions, feel free to email me. I can try to draw out or explain better the bow and tail, Anywhere that i put TW (turn work) should say, chain 1, turn work, if you don't chain 1 before starting the next row, it does not make the pattern 1 stitch taller, it will look like it's slip stitched. Just a heads up
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