Monday, November 11, 2019

Titty Frog FREE Crochet Pattern...NSFW????

IS THIS NSFW???

I DON'T KNOW.

It might be?

Proceed with caution?!

Anywho...I've done it. By popular demand (AKA that poll I posted on my Facebook months ago), I reverse-engineered the crochet pattern for the world-famous, super-seductive Titty Frog. If you're somehow unfamiliar with Titty Frog, please see the legendary image below.


To the original creator of Titty Frog: I hope you don't mind that I want to share the joy of Titty Frog with the world. I also want to shake your hand. You are my hero.

To the owners of Titty Frog: Thank you for telling the world about this beautiful creature.

To the crocheters that have made it here: Feel free to modify this pattern as you see fit. Want a bigger Titty Frog? Sure. Use a bigger hook. Do it. Want to tweak some part or another? Do it.

This is my Titty Frog.


Supplies and Materials
  • Size F hook
  • Yarn needle
  • Stitch marker
  • Yarn in two shades of green, white, black and a bit of red for Titty Frog’s seductive mouth (I used Caron Simply Soft, if you care)
  • Your favorite filling (I use polyester)

Pattern Time! 

Head.
It appears to me that her head was made in the round – but not continuous rounds, which means you’ll be working an sl into the 1st st of the rnd, doing a ch, then beginning the next rnd in the same st - and the lighter part was then seamed on. We will begin this journey by making the main part of her head with your chosen darker shade of green.
Ch 2;
Rnd 1: work 7 sc into the 2nd ch from hook (7), ch 1;
Rnd 2: inc around (14), sl into the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 3: * sc, inc, repeat from * around (21), sl into 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 4: sc around (21), sl into 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 5: * sc 2, inc, repeat from * around (28), sl into 1st st, ch 1;
Rnds 6-12: sc around (28), sl into 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 13: * sc 2, dec, repeat from * around (21), sl into 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 14: sc around (21), sl into 1st st, ch 1;
Stuff it about now;
Rnd 15: * sc, dec, repeat from * around (14); sl into 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 16: dec around (7), close.

Lower Face.
With lighter green, starting at the front, ch 4;
Row 1: begin sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc across (3), ch 1, turn;
Row 2: inc in 1st st, sc, inc (5), ch 1, turn:
Row 3: inc, sc 3, inc (7), ch 1, turn;
Row 4: inc, sc 5, inc (9), ch 1, turn;
Row 5: inc, sc 7, inc (11), ch 1, turn;
Rows 6-12: sc across (11), ch 1, turn;
Row 13: skip the 1st st, sc in the 2nd and across until there are 2 sts left, dec across final 2 sts (9), ch 1, turn;
Row 14: repeat 13 (7), ch 1, turn;
Row 15: repeat 13 (5), break off and leave a long tail for sewing to the head.
I joined the pieces together with a whip stitch.

Eyes.
Make 2, start with green, and these will be made in continuous rounds.
Ch 2;
Rnd 1: work 6 sc into 2nd ch from hook (6);
Rnd 2: inc around (12);
Rnd 3: sc around (12), switch to white;
Rnd 4: sc around (12);
Stuff it.
Rnd 5: dec around (6), switch to black;
Rnd 6: work 3 scs into the hole and close it, break off.
Position and join the eyes to the head.
For the mouth, I used a short length of red and running stitch. The end of the mouth should be below the eyes.

Body.
The body is constructed similarly to the head, but we’re going to start with our lighter green shade and work in non-continuous rounds. Start at the top/neck part.
Ch 2;
Rnd 1: work 7 sc into 2nd ch from hook (7), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 2: inc around (14), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 3: * sc, inc, repeat from * around (21), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1
Rnd 4: sc around (21), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 5: * sc 2, inc, repeat from * around (28), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 6: * sc 3, inc, repeat from * around (35), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnds 7-9: sc around (35), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 10: * sc 3, dec, repeat from * around (28), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnds 11-13: sc around (28), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 14: * sc 2, dec, repeat from * around (21), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnds 15-18: sc around (21), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 19: * sc, dec, repeat from * around (14), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Start stuffing now if you didn’t get excited and do it already.
Rnd 20: sc around (14), sl into the top of the 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 21: sc around (14), sl into the top of the 1st st (do not ch 1);
Close the hole using a row of sl to create a flat seam, break off.

Back.
With darker green, starting at the top/neck, ch 6;
Row 1: begin sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc across (5), ch 1, turn;
Row 2: inc, sc 3, inc (7), ch 1, turn;
Row 3: inc, sc 5, inc, (9), ch 1, turn;
Row 4: inc, sc 7, inc (11), ch 1, turn;
Row 5: inc, sc 9, inc (13), ch 1, turn;
Row 6: inc, sc 11, inc, (15), ch 1, turn;
Row 7, inc, sc 13, inc (17), ch 1, turn;
Row 8: inc, sc 15, inc (19), ch 1, turn;
Row 9: inc, sc 17, inc (21), ch 1, turn;
Rows 10-13: sc across (21), ch 1, turn;
Row 14: skip the 1st st, sc across until 2 sts remain, dec across final 2 sts (19), ch 1, turn;
Rows 15-17: sc across (19), ch 1, turn;
Row 18: repeat row 14 (17);
Row 19: sc across (17), ch 1, turn;
Row 20: repeat row 14 (15);
Row 21: repeat row 14 (13);
Row 22: repeat row 14 (11);
Row 23: repeat row 14 (9), do not ch at the end, break off and leave a long tail to sew it to the body.
Use a small length of dark green to stitch her…lady parts???

Arms.
Make 2 in the darker green. Each arm consists of 3 parts.

Upper Arm.
We’ll do this in continuous rounds! Starting at the shoulder.
Ch 2, leave a long tail for attaching to the body;
Rnd 1: work 5 sc into 2nd ch from hook (5);
Rnd 2: sc around (5);
Rnd 3: inc around (10);
Rnds 4-15: sc around (10);
Stuff.
Rnd 16: dec around (5), break off.

Lower Arm.
Starting at the wrist. The elbow portion is going to be open for attaching to the upper arm.
Ch 2;
Rnd 1: work 5 sc into 2nd ch from hook (5);
Rnd 2: sc around (5);
Rnd 3: inc around (10);
Rnds 4-11: sc around (10), stuff, break off and leave a long tail for joining. Attach it at a slight angle.

Hand.
The hands are a bit hard to see, but I think they have 3 fingers. We’re going to start at the wrist, leave a long tail for attaching to the arm.
Ch 9, sl into 1st ch to form loop, ch 1;
Rnd 1: sc into the same st and around (9), sl into the top of 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 2: sc around (9), sl into the top of 1st st, ch 1;
Rnd 3: * sc 2, inc, repeat from * around (12), sl into top of 1st st, ch 4;
Fingers (it might get a little confusing here): sc into the 2nd ch from hook and down the ch (this is the 1st finger), begin to create a close, flat seam and work 2 sc through both sides of the hand, ch 4, sc into the 2nd ch from the hook and down (2nd finger), sc 2, ch 4, sc into the 2nd ch and down, sc to close the final part of the hand, break off. Stuff the hand slightly and attach to the arm with the fingers curling to the inside.
Attached the finished arms at the shoulder with a whip stitch.

Legs.
Make 2. Like the arms, the legs are in 3 parts.

Thighs.
Starting at the top. Ch 2, leave a long tail for joining;
Rnd 1: work 8 sc into the 2nd ch from hook (8);
Rnd 2: inc around (16);
Rnds 3-19: sc around (15);
Stuff.
Rnd 20: dec around (8), close, break off.

Lower Leg.
Starting at the knee. Ch 2, leave a long tail for joining;
Rnd 1: work 7 sc into 2nd ch from hook (7);
Rnd 2: inc around (14);
Rnds 3-15: sc around (14); 182
Stuff.
Rnd 16: dec around (7), close, break off.

Foot.
Starting at the heel, ch 2, leave long tail for joining;
Rnd 1: work 7 sc into 2nd ch from hook, (7);
Rnd 2: sc around (7);
Rnd 3: inc around (14);
Rnds 4-6: sc around (14);
Rnd 7: * sc, inc, repeat from * around (21), ch 4;
Toes: (these are similar to the fingers but wider so get ready. Stuff the foot because we’ll be closing the end as we make the toes) sc into the 2nd ch from hook and down (1st toe), work 3 sc through both sides of the foot to begin closing, ch 4, sc into the 2nd ch from hook and down (2nd toe), work 3 sc through both sides, ch 4, sc into 2nd ch and down (3rd toe), sc to finish closing the foot. Work a row of sl around each toe back toward the first toe, going up and down either side and creating a sort of webbed foot.

The Titties!
Make 2, obviously. With light green, starting at the nipple area. We’re going to stitch on the nipple in dark green at the end. 
Ch 2;
Rnd 1: work 5 sc into the 2nd ch from hook (5);
Rnd 2: inc around (10);
Rnd 3: * sc, inc, repeat from * around (15);
Rnd 4: sc around (15), break off, leave long tail.
With the darker green and a yarn needle, work several stitched into the top of the boob to create a nipple of your desired size.
Stuff them to preferred firmness and join to the chest with a whip stitch.


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Monday, November 4, 2019

Oswald the Octopus FREE Crochet Pattern


It's been a while, kids. Here's a pretty easy and free pattern to make Oswald the Octopus! I may also make Weenie here soon-ish if anyone is interested.

I used an F hook and worsted weight yarn to make a handful-sized Oswald. Use whatever hook and yarn you'd like.

Body
With blue, ch 2;
Rnd 1: work 7 sc into 2nd ch from hook (7);
Rnd 2: inc in each st around (14);
Rnd 3: * sc, inc, repeat from * around (21);
Rnd 4: * 2 sc, inc, repeat from * around (28);
Rnd 5: * 3 sc, inc, repeat from * around (35);
Place your stitch marker now, if you haven’t already. Unless you want to live on the edge.
Rnd 6: * 4 sc, inc, repeat from * around (42);
Rnd 7: * 5 sc, inc, repeat from * around (49);
Rnd 8: sc around (49);
Rnd 9: * 6 sc, inc, repeat from * around (56);
Rnd 10: sc around (56);
Rnd 11: * 7 sc, in c, repeat from * around (63);
Rnds 12-16: sc around (63);
Rnd 17: * 7 sc, dec, repeat from * around (56);
Rnd 18: sc around (56);
Rnd 19: * 6 sc, dec, repeat from * around (49);
Rnd 20: sc around (49);
Rnd 21: * 5 sc, dec, repeat from * around (42);
Rnd 22: * 4 sc, dec, repeat from * around (35);
Rnd 23: * 3 sc, dec, repeat from * around (28);
Stuff to desired firmness.
Rnd 24: * 2 sc, dec, repeat from * around (21);
Rnd 25: * sc, dec, repeat from * around (14);
Rnd 26: dec around (7);
Close hole and break off.

Legs
Make 8.
With blue, ch 2;
Rnd 1: work 6 sc into 2nd ch from hook (6);
Rnd 2: sc around (6);
Rnd 3: inc around (12);
Rnds 4-11: sc around (12);
Break off and leave a long tail, stuff the leg, close with a flat edge.
Join the legs to the body, four on either side.

Hat
With black, ch 2;
Rnd 1: work 8 sc into 2nd ch from hook (8);
Rnd 2: sc around (8);
Rnd 3: inc around (16);
Sl into the 1st st, break off and leave a long tail to stitch to the head, stuff with a small ball of filling so it maintains its shape.

Eyes
Make 2.
With black, ch 2;
Work 6 sc into the 2nd ch from hook, sl into the 1st sc, break off and leave a tail to stitch into place.

With black, create a chain of the desired length and then stitch into place for the mouth.

You could easily make different types of mouths to customize your Oswald and using safety eyes is always an option.

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