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Clefairy (with pattern) by HerOnceWhiteWings Clefairy (with pattern) by HerOnceWhiteWings
:bulletred: For more pictures, please see my tumblr post here: tinymoonbunny.tumblr.com/post/… I changed my URL. THE LINK WORKS NOW :D


Being back so soon is certainly unlikely for me ;P But since I did write down my stitches (and happen to like the finished doll), I decided to offer this little cutie as a free pattern as well :) I found some pink yarn I had forgotten and decided to make something with it. I hope you like.
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NOTES
:bulletblue: If you have a question or notice mistakes, drop a comment and I will try to reply as soon as I can.
:bulletblue: I consider this pattern to be fairly simple, and I'll try to explain everything as well as I can, however I do strongly recommend you give it a read before you start.
:bulletblue: She comes out quite small (my brother cupped her with both his hands :XD:) so if you want a Clefairy that's huggable, you can double the yarn and use a thicker hook.
:bulletblue: I deliberately made the wings and tail a slightly darker pink, but that's optional.
:bulletblue: I also chose to do the ears half/half between pink and brown because I think it looks cuter, but it should be easy to crochet the inside of the ear if you want it to be 100% accurate.
:bulletblue: The eyes and mouth are needle felted. Alternatively, you can cut the pieces from felt and sew them on. I prefer needle felting because, personally, I don't like the way felt looks on an amigurumi toy.
:bulletblue: Please share your work with me if you use this patter, I would love to see.

MATERIALS
:bulletorange: Crochet hook (I used a 3.5mm and 3mm hook)
:bulletorange: Worsted weight yarn in colors: pink/baby pink, dark pink, dark brown, white
:bulletorange: Tapestry needle
:bulletorange: Fiberfill

ABBREVIATIONS
:bulletpink: MRX: magic ring of X stitches
:bulletpink: ChX: chain of X stitches
:bulletpink: sc: single crochet
:bulletpink: inc: single crochet increase
:bulletpink: incX: do X sc stitches on same stitch
:bulletpink: dec: single crochet decrease
:bulletpink: dc: double crochet
:bulletpink: tr: triple crochet

PATTERN
:bulletgreen: HEAD/BODY (pink)
1. MR6
2. inc all (12)
3. inc, sc (18)
4. inc, sc2 (24)
5. inc, sc3 (30)
6. inc, sc4 (36)
7. inc, sc5 (42)
8. sc around (42)
9. inc, sc6 (48)
10-11: sc around (2 rounds total) (48)
12. inc, sc7 (54)
13. sc around (54)
14. inc, sc8 (60)
15-16. sc around (2 rounds total) (60)
17. inc, sc9 (66)
18-22. sc around (5 rounds total) (66)
23. dec, sc9 (60)
24. sc around (60)
25. dec, sc8 (54)
26. sc around (54)
27. dec, sc7 (48)
28. dec, sc6 (42)
29. dec, sc5 (36)
:bulletgreen: Now might be a good idea to start stuffing. The crocheting will give the body the egg-like shape, so just stuff evenly and quite firmly, but be careful not to overstuff as it might look stiff. Keep stuffing until the end.
30. dec, sc4 (30)
31. dec, sc3 (24)
32. dec, sc2 (18)
33. dec, sc (12)
34. dec all (6)
35. Sew the hole shut tightly, break off and hide the tail.

:bulletgreen: EARS (make 2) (pink, brown)
Start with brown. 1. MR4
2. inc all (8)
3. inc, sc (12)
4.  sc around (12)
5. inc, sc2 (16)
6. sc around (16)
Switch to pink. 7. inc, sc3 (20)
8. inc, sc4 (24)
9. sc around (24)
10. inc, sc5 (28), slip stitch and break off. Leave tail for sewing later.

:bulletgreen: HEAD CURL (pink)
1. MR6
2. inc, sc (9)
3. inc, sc2 (12)
4. inc, sc3 (16)
5. sc around for 14 rounds. (You can add or remove rounds depending on how long you want the curl to be).
:bulletgreen: Stuff lightly. I flattened the open end and sewed it shut.

:bulletgreen: ARMS(pink) (make 2)
1. MR6
2. inc all (12)
3. sc around (12)
4. inc, sc2 (16)
5. sc around(16)
6. do not ch1, turn, sc8
7. do not ch1, turn, sc 18 around (on the turning points that go higher, do 2 sc to make it look more even. That's where the 2 extra stitches come from), and continue with 9sc. slip stitch and break off

:bulletgreen: FINGERS (3mm hook, make 2 pink, 4 white ones)
1. MR4
2. inc, sc (6)

:bulletgreen: LEGS (pink) (make 2)
1. MR6 
2. inc all (12)
3. inc, sc (18)
4. inc, sc2 (24)
5. sc around (24)
6. inc, sc3 (30)
7. do not ch1, turn, sc 14
8. do not ch1, turn, sc13
9. continue with sc20 (again, when you hit the turning point, do 2 sc on there). slip stitch and break off

:bulletgreen: TOES (white) (make 2)
1. MR6
2. inc, sc2 (8)
3. sc4, do not complete round. slip stitch and break off

:bulletgreen: CHEEKS (dark pink) (make 2)
1. Ch4 
2. inc (we'll call the very first sc the first stitch), sc, inc6
3. on other side of chain, sc, sc in starting chain, slip stitch on first stitch, break off

:bulletgreen: WINGS (pink) (MAKE 4)
:bulletgreen: An alternative of this (bad) wing pattern is simply any YouTube video of how to crochet an applique heart :) I found many I liked, but I was bored to follow them because they were so long, so I improvised.
 12 dc in MR
ch4, tr in same stitch
tr increase
dc
dc increase
dc increase
dc, tr in same stitch IN THAT ORDER
tr increase
in same stitch, tr, ch4, slip stitch, ch4, tr
tr increase
tr, dc in same stitch IN THAT ORDER
dc increase
dc
tr increase
slip stitchon start and break off
:bulletgreen: The reason why I made 4 is because I wanted to hide the wrong sides. Take 2 hearts, right sides facing out, and join them with a sc border (make a slip stitch in the center so that the heart tops keep their shape)

:bulletgreen: TAIL (pink)
1. MR6
2. inc all (12)
3. inc, sc (18)
sc around for 40-45 rounds, depending on how long you want it to look like.
:bulletgreen: Stuff as you go, and unlike the head curl, I suggest you do not close the tail. 

ASSEMBLY
I recommend pinning everything down before sewing, ESPECIALLY the curl and tail. Sew the ears on the body. Sew the flat part of the curl between and a little behind the ears (should be on about the same round as the further back part of the ears), then curl it and pin it in place. Sew it when you are satisfied.
Sew the arms on each side of the body. The turning points have given them a bit of an angle. Next, sew the fingers. The pink ones are the thumbs.
Sew the legs on each side. Again, the turning points have given them an angle so you should be able to tell left from right. If you find it difficult to pin them while stuffed, you can sew half of the leg, then stuff it and sew the rest. Sew the toes near the bottom, the two increases are the sides. If you pinch and pin accordingly, they should look somewhat oval-shaped.
Pin the tail before you sew it. I suggest you place it low on the back, that way Clefairy will stand on her own because of it. I did not flatten the open end because I wanted it to look rounder and chubby. Once you've attached it, curl it the way you want and pin it. Sew when you're satisfied. I curled it parallel to the body, if you want to curl it in a different direction, you may have to position the base elsewhere. If you like how i did it, check my tumblr post for more references.
Pin the wings just above the tail, and sew their base on the body. Leave the rest free.
I suggest you attach the cheeks after you've made the eyes and mouth.

PLEASE Police 
:bulletred: respect the time and effort I put into designing and writing this down, so DO NOT claim my pattern as your own.
:bulletred: DO NOT sell this pattern, or any items made from this pattern. Please respect Nintendo's copyright.
:bulletred: Credit me should you use this pattern by linking back to this deviation or my tumblr post. eternal-flame-viii.tumblr.com/…
 
:bulletwhite: You may share the pattern through this deviation, however DO NOT repost on your site.
:bulletwhite: Should you adapt this pattern or build a new one based on it, make sure to credit me for the original pattern.
:bulletwhite: I do not own this character, and am in no way affiliated with Nintendo or Pokemon. All I own is the pattern I designed.
:bulletwhite:I made no profit sharing this pattern, and decided to publish it for free as a thank you to the crochet and amigurumi community. I wanted to give back what little I could, since looking at patterns other people designed has helped me improve my skills this past year.
:bulletwhite: Once again, please let me see what you make :D

Enjoy :blowkiss:
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:iconb3ez:
b3ez Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2016
thanks for your pattern !! 
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:iconheroncewhitewings:
HerOnceWhiteWings Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
My pleasure :) 
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:iconb3ez:
b3ez Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2016
hi! 1question ! for the eyes, any close up photo ? any tutorial for it ?
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:iconheroncewhitewings:
HerOnceWhiteWings Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey :) I made the eyes with a technique called needle-felting.
fav.me/d7g779t This is a short picture process of the general idea and there's lots of needlefelting videos on youtube. Just type needle felt and a key word, like "tutorial". Alternatively, say if you don't feel like bying the long sharp dangerous needle, you can cut the shapes from pieces of felt and glue them on
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Hillier78 Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2016
Thank you for this pattern. I made it for my daughters birthday and she said it was the best thing she was given.
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:iconheroncewhitewings:
HerOnceWhiteWings Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much :) I'm very glad she liked it 
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Diana7001 Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2016
Hi, I am following your instructions however I'm stuck how to wing assembly, could be possible to update the tumbler link, because I need to look the amigurumi back. I will really appreciate your help.
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:iconheroncewhitewings:
HerOnceWhiteWings Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hi, I'm very happy to hear you're following this pattern. I hope you'll show me what the final doll looks like :D

I'm terribly sorry about the inconvenience, must be because I recently changed my tumblr URL. Here is a link that works tinymoonbunny.tumblr.com/post/…
And of course, if you have any other questions about this or any of my other patterns, ask away and I'll do my best to help.
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hotaruhaku Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
This is way too cute, thank you so much for sharing!
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:iconheroncewhitewings:
HerOnceWhiteWings Featured By Owner May 10, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome, and I'm glad you like her :D
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Navanosy Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2016
She is too cute for words! :lovely: 
Her face is spot on! 
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:iconheroncewhitewings:
HerOnceWhiteWings Featured By Owner May 10, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much <3
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ToxicSnakeSkull Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
All she needs is a Pirate Hat and we've got a double-ganger of your Pirate-Mon art :D

On a sidenote, I recently checked my Tumblr watches... Come Here You!!!Tight Hug
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:iconheroncewhitewings:
HerOnceWhiteWings Featured By Owner May 10, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're right :XD: I guess I find her cuter than I thought I did.
Yep it took me some days to see your PM, BUT I SAW IT IN THE END
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Lord-Lily Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2016
Omg so cute I love Pokemon
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:iconheroncewhitewings:
HerOnceWhiteWings Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you :)
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BethsNerdyKnots Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2016  Professional Artisan Crafter
This is sooo cute! Thank you for sharing your pattern - I have a friend who LOVES Clefairy.
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:iconheroncewhitewings:
HerOnceWhiteWings Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome, I'm very glad you like it :)
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ElfeYvie Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2016  Hobbyist
oohh soo cute !!! :) i love it 
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:iconheroncewhitewings:
HerOnceWhiteWings Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you :heart:
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:iconelfeyvie:
ElfeYvie Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2016  Hobbyist
you are welcome :)
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Louie-Jr Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
This is a super cute and creative yarn plushy! I just love how you portrayed the little Pokemon!
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:iconheroncewhitewings:
HerOnceWhiteWings Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you very much :heart:
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:iconlouie-jr:
Louie-Jr Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
You're always welcome!
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