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Inspired by Agnes of Despicable Me

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She's about 14 inches tall

Connie Hughes Owner/Designer Connie Hughes Designs© & Connie’s Spot© This pattern is for personal use. Connie

Connie Hughes Owner/Designer

Connie Hughes Designs© & Connie’s Spot©

This pattern is for personal use.

Connie

Red Heart Yarns Used:

Navy Blue Tan Black

Small Amouts of:

White

Grey

Yellow

Red

Other Materials Used;

Black Embroidery Floss

5mm Safety Eyes White Felt Buttons Poly-Fill

Hooks Used:

F, C, D

Abbreviations Used:

hdc-half double crochet BLO-back loops only FLO-front loops only

sc-single crochet FO-Fasten Off sl st-slip stitch dec-decrease sts-stitches

wk-work

st-stitch

wk-work st-stitch With an F hook and white yarn To make the feet & legs (make

With an F hook and white yarn To make the feet & legs (make 2)

Ch2

Row 1. wk 6sc in the 2nd st from the hook. Row 2. 2sc in each st, around-12sts. Row 3. 1sc in 1, 2sc in the next, around-18sts. Row 4. 1sc in 2sts, 2sc in the next-24sts. Row 5. 1sc in the FLO in each st-24sts. Row 6. 1sc in 6sts, 1hdc in 12, 1sc in 6sts. Row 7. 1sc in 6, dec1 6x, 1sc in 6sts. Row 8. dec1, 1sc in 3, dec1 4x, 1sc in 3, dec1. Attach yellow yarn Row 9. wk 1sc in the FLO. Row 10. 1sc in each st around-12sts. Attach tan yarn Row 11. 1sc in the FLO in each st. Rows 12-20. 1sc in each st around, FO the 1st leg. Row 21. Put legs together with a sl st, wk 1sc in the same st as the sl st and in each st around.

Row 22. wk 1sc in each st around. Row 23. 1sc in 3sts, 2sc in the next-30sts. Row 24. 1sc in 4, 2sc in the next st-36sts. Row 25. 1sc in each st around. Row 26. 1sc in 5, 2sc, around-42sts. Row 27. 1sc in 4, dec1, around-36sts. Row 28. 1sc in 3, dec1, around-30sts. Row 29. 1sc in each st around. With yellow yarn Row 30. wk 1sc in each st around. Switch to grey yarn Row 31. 1sc in each st, around. Continue changing colors until you have 5 rows of grey stipes. But do not FO. Now attach tan yarn.

Row 22. wk 1sc in each st around. Row 23. 1sc in 3sts, 2sc in the

To make the head portion with tan yarn

Row 1. wk 1sc in each st around-12sts Row 2. wk 1sc in 1st, 2sc in the next-18sts. Row 3. 1sc in 2, 2sc in the next st-24sts.

Row 4. 1sc in 3, 2sc in the next-30sts. Row 5. 1sc in 4sts, 2sc, around-36sts. Row 6. 1sc in 5, 2sc in the next-42sts. Row 7. 1sc in 6sts, 2sc in the next-48sts. Row 8. 1sc in 7sts, 2sc in the next-54sts. Rows 9-22. 1sc in each st around. Row 23. 1sc in 6, dec1, around. Row 24. 1sc in 5, dec1. Row 25. 1sc in 4, dec1. Row 26. 1sc in 3, dec1. Row 27. 1sc in 2, dec1.

Row 4. 1sc in 3, 2sc in the next-30sts. Row 5. 1sc in 4sts, 2sc, around-36sts.

Stuff head and put the eyes in place, around the 14th row, counting from the neck up. Cut out some round felt pieces. Cut a small slit and slip your safety eye through it. Between the white felt pieces you should have about 5 or 6 sts between them. Take out stuffing and put the washers in place. I like to stuff my doll heads last. It makes it easier to do the rest of the sewing. When you have the eyes in use a little white thread and lightly st the felt pieces down. Even

though the head is attached I sewed it down just to make it nice and secure.

To make the ears with tan yarn (make2)

Ch2

Row 1. wk 4sc in the 2nd st from the hook.

Row 2. 2sc in each st around-8sts. Row 3. 1sc in 8 and FO.

To make the nose with a C hook

Ch2

wk 3sc in the 2nd st from hook. 1sc in each st and FO.

though the head is attached I sewed it down just to make it nice and secure.

To make the arms with tan yarn (make 2)

Ch2

Row 1. wk 5sc in the 2nd st from hook. Row 2. wk 2sc in each st-10sts. Rows 3-4. 1sc in each st. Row 5. wk 2hdc in the next 2sts, 1sc in 8sts. Row 6. 1sc in each st around.

Row 7. dec next 2sts, 1sc in the rest. Row 8. 1sc in the FLO of 4sts, 1sc under both loops in 6sts. Row 9. 1sc in 10sts. Rows 10-18. 1sc in each st around and FO.

With yellow yarn

Ch2

Row 1. wk 6sc in the 2nd st from hook. Row 2. 2sc in each st around-12sts. Row 3. Change to grey and wk 1sc in each st. Repeat until you have 2 rows of grey stripes. FO each arm and slip the arm up inside the sleeve. Sew each arm to the sides of the body.

To make the hair with black yarn

Ch2

Row 1. wk 6sc in the 2nd st from hook. Row 2. wk 2sc in each st around-12sts. Repeat rows 3-7 of the head. Continue to wk 1sc in each st around until the wig covers the top and sides of the head. My wig has 19 rows.

Row 7. dec next 2sts, 1sc in the rest. Row 8. 1sc in the FLO of

To make the strands of hair on top (make 5 clusters)

Use a C hook

Ch14

wk 1sl st in the 2nd ch st from the hook and in each st, ch13 and wk 1sl st across and FO. Put the wig on and st the hair on top of head and sew in place.

To make the little red scrunchy

Make a ch just big enough to go around the hair strands.

wk 3sc in each st and FO. Sew around the hair strands.

To make the overall's with blue yarn

Ch35

Row 1. wk 1sc in each st around. Rows 2-10. Repeat row 1. Fold the piece in half to find the center, ch3, sl st from the front to the back, ch1 wk 1sc in each st on one side, to make the leg. To make the cuff ch1 wk 1hdc in the BLO of each st. Repeat for the other leg. Each pant leg has about 8 rows. To make the straps on the overall's. With a D hook, attach yarn to the back bid and wk 1sc in 2sts, ch1 & turn. Repeat until the straps reach over the arms and to the front of the bib. To make the button holes Ch3 and attach to the other side of strap. Sew small buttons in the front of the bib on both sides.

Attach yarn to the front of the overalls.

Wk 1sc in each st across, ch1 & turn. Repeat until you have about 8 rows and FO. For pocket on the front bib, ch 7, wk 1sc in each st, repeat.

Dec1, 1sc in 4stsm dec1 and FO. Sew onto bib.

For the back bib attach yarn and wk 1sc in 8sts repeat until you have about 8 rows and FO. With black embroidery floss make eyebrows and st a smile.

For the back bib attach yarn and wk 1sc in 8sts repeat until you have about

To make the little Minion with yellow yarn and F hook

Ch2

Row 1. wk 6sc in the 2nd st from hook. Row 2. 2sc in each st around. Row 3. 1sc in 2sts, 2sc in the next-18sts. Rows 4-10. 1sc in each st around, change to blue. Row 11. wk 1sc in the BLO in each st around. Rows 12-14. 1sc in each st. Row 15. 1sc in 2sts, dec1, around and stuff. Row 16. 1sc in 1, dec1 and FO.

To make the bib with a D hook (make 2)

Ch7

Wk 1sc in 6sts, repeat 2 more times and FO. Sew 1 on the front and 1 on the back of overalls. To make the straps, attach to the back of the bib with a sl st, ch

6 or 7 ch sts and attach to the front of the bib.

To make the arms (make 2)

To make the arms (make 2)
To make the arms (make 2)

Ch10, wk 1sl st in each ch st and FO. To make the eye, cut out a small piece of white felt. Stitch or glue the eye in place. With a black permanent marker make a pupil. With grey yarn make a ch big enough to go around the eye and

sew in place. With black yarn make the goggle strap by making a ch long enough to go around head. Sew in place.

To make the shoes (make 2)

Ch4

Wk 1sc in 2sts, 3sc in the last st, 1sc in 2. 1sc in 7sts around and FO.

Hope she makes you smile! Do no sell this pattern it is Copyright Protected. I hope

Hope she makes you smile!

Do no sell this pattern it is Copyright Protected.

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Who you’re making it for enjoys it even more!

Happy Crocheting!! Connie

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