Amigurumi Chester Cheetah Free Crochet Pattern

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Chester Cheetah

Materials: Materials:

(Red Heart Super Saver 4 Ply)

Pumpkin Brt. Yellow

White Black

White Felt Black Felt (optional)

Poly-Fill Wooden Dowel

You’ll Need: You’ll Need:

Size G Crochet Hook

Large Sewing Needle

Scissors

Glue Gun (optional)

Abbreviations:

Rnd./Rnds.- Rnd./Rnds.- round/rounds round/rounds round/rounds

Sc- single cro single cro single crochet

Sc Dec- Sc Dec- single crochet decrease single crochet decrease

Hdc- half double crochet half double crochet half double crochet

Hdc Dec- Hdc Dec- half double crochet decrease half double crochet decrease half double crochet decrease

Ch- chain

Sl St- slip stitch slip stitch slip stitch

Sk- skip

BLO- back loops only back loops only back loops only

FLO- front loops only front loops only front loops only

Tog- together together together

F/O- fasten off fasten off fasten off

Magic Ring- Magic Ring- (ch2, sc # in 1st ch from hook) (ch2, sc # in 1st ch from hook) (ch2, sc # in 1st ch from hook)

Muzzle:

Using Brt. Yellow

Rnd. 1: 6sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, ch1 (6)

Rnd. 2: (2sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12)

Rnd. 3: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Rnd. 4: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (24)

Rnd. 5: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (30)

Rnd. 6: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (36)

Rnd. 7: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 5 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (42)

Rnd. 8: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 6 sc)5x, turn (40) leave remaining sc

unworked, do NOT ch1

Rnd. 9: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 7 sc)5x, turn (45) do NOT ch1

Rnd. 10: sc in 1st 45 sc, 2 sc down the side of the last 2 rnds., sc

across the unworked 7 sc on Rnd. 8, 2 sc in the side of the last 2 rnds., join w/sl st, ch1 (56)

NOTE: unworked side will be the bottom of your muzzle.

Rnd. 11: sc in 1st 46, sc dec next 2 sc tog, sc in next 5 sc, sc dec next 2

sc tog, sc in last sc, join w/sl st, ch1 (54)

Rnds. 12-16: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (54)

Rnd. 17: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 7 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (48)

Rnds. 18-19: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (48)

Rnd. 20: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 6 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (42)

Rnds. 21-25: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (42) F/O leave 12” to sew muzzle to head, in later step… Stuff

Head:

Using Pumpkin

Rnd. 1: 6sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, ch1 (6)

Rnd. 2: (2sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12)

Rnd. 3: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Rnd. 4: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (27)

Rnd. 5: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (36)

Rnd. 6: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (45)

Rnd. 7: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (54)

Rnds. 8-9: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (54)

Rnd. 10: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 7 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (48)

Rnds. 11-17: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (48)

Rnd. 18: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 6 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (42)

Rnd. 19: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 5 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (36) begin stuffing

Rnd. 20: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (30)

Rnd. 21: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (24) continue stuffing

Rnd. 22: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Rnd. 23: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12) finish stuffing

Rnd. 24: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog), around, join w/sl st, F/O (6) leave end

open and hide extra yarn in the head. Set to the side for now…

Body:

Using Pumpkin

Rnd. 1: 6sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, ch1 (6)

Rnd. 2: (2sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12)

Rnd. 3: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Rnd. 4: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (24)

Rnd. 5: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (30)

Rnd. 6: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (36)

Rnd. 7: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 5 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (42)

Rnd. 8: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 6 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (48)

Rnd. 9: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 7 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (54)

Rnds. 10-16: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (54)

Rnd. 17: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 7 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (48)

Rnds. 18-20: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (48)

Rnd. 21: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 6 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (42)

Rnd. 22-24: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (42)

Rnd. 25: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 5 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (36) begin stuffing

Rnds. 26-32: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (36)

Rnd. 33: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (30)

Rnd. 34: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (24) continue stuffing

Rnd. 35: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Rnd. 36: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 2 sc)4x, sc in last sc, join w/sl st, ch1 (13)

Rnds. 37-39: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (13) F/O leave 6”

to sew body to head. First finish stuffing body, next you need to

insert half the wooden dowel into the neck of the body. You may

need to wiggle it around to get it to go in. Now insert the other side of

the wooden dowel into the bottom of the head (rnd. 24). Next with

your 6” sew the head and the body together.

Now you need to sew the muzzle to the head. Sew the muzzle to the

head between rnd. 10 and to the head, one rnd. up from where the

body and head are attached. NOTE: I strongly suggest you pin this

piece and every other piece on BEFORE you sew it together. To

ensure you’re happy with the placement!

Stomach Patch:

Using White

(Note: When working in rows. DO NOT ch1, it give a straighter edge without the ch1.

This principle applies to whole pattern.)

Row 1: ch4, 2sc in 1st ch from hook, sc in next ch, 2sc in last ch, turn (5)

Row 2: 2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 3 sc, 2sc in last sc, turn (7)

Row 3: 2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 5 sc, 2sc in last sc, turn (9)

Rows 4-10: (sc in each sc), across, turn (9)

Row 11: 2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 7 sc, 2sc in last sc, turn (11)

Row 12: (sc in each sc), across, turn (11)

Row 13: 2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 9 sc, 2sc in last sc, turn (13)

Rows 14-22: (sc in each sc), across, turn (13)

Row 23: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 9 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (11)

Row 24: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 7 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (9)

Row 25: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 5 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, F/O (7) leave a very long tail to sew stomach patch to body. Sew the stomach patch to the body between rnds. 8 & 34 on the body, with

Row 1 at the top. Once you have that complete add some details by using a 15” piece of Black. Simply make a black line around the outside of the stomach patch using a simple in and out stitch.

Under Muzzle:

Using White

Row 1: ch15, sc in 1st ch from hook and last 13 ch, turn (14)

Rows. 2-15: (sc in each sc), across, turn (14)

Row 16: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 10 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (12)

Row 17: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 8 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, F/O (10) leave 15” to sew Under Muzzle to the muzzle. Sew the piece to the bottom of the “Muzzle” with Row 1 directly next to where the muzzle is sewed to the head and out to rnd. 8 on the muzzle. (Make  sure you sew it to the MIDDLE on the bottom of the muzzle.)

NOTE: the next two pieces will be sewed on just about at the same time… same time…

Nose:

Starting w/Black

Row 1: ch2, 2sc in 1st ch from hook, turn (2)

Row 2: 2sc in both sc, turn (4)

Row 3: 2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 2 sc, 2sc in last sc, turn (6)

Row 4: 2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 4 sc, 2sc in last sc, turn (8)

Row 5: 2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 6 sc, 2sc in last sc, turn (10)

Row 6: 2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 8 sc, 2sc in last sc, turn (12) you’re at the middle corners now

Row 7: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 8 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (10)

Row 8: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 6 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (8)

Row 9: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 4 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (6)

join White join White

Row 10: sc around whole piece w/3sc in each corner, join w/sl st in st sc, F/O (?) leave 10” to sew with in later steps. For now only PIN the nose to the end of the muzzle. Starting at the bottom on the nose having it covering rnd. 1 on the muzzle, pin it there. Now pin the two middle corners of the nose where they rest on the muzzle. Now set the body to the side for now…

Muzzle Stripe: Muzzle Stripe:

Using Pumpkin

Row 1: ch21, sc in 1st ch from hook and last 19 ch, turn (20)

Row 2: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 16 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (18)

Row 3: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 14 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (16)

Row 4: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 12 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (14)

Row 5: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 10 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (12)

Row 6: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 8 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (10)

Rows 7-20: (sc in each sc), across, turn (10) F/O leave a very long tail

to sew the Muzzle Stripe to the muzzle. Again you have to pin this

piece on first. Starting with Row 20. You want Row 20 on the muzzle

directly next to where the muzzle and head meet. Now at the

opposite end, where the nose is, you need to pin Row 1’s corners to

the middle/sides of the nose. Refer to pictures: Finish pinning the rest

of the Muzzle stripe. Now that you have that done you can start

sewing the muzzle stripe to the muzzle. Sew around till you get to

the nose, before you finish sewing the muzzle stripe to the top of the

nose stuff the space in between it a little, not much, than continue to

sew muzzle stripe on. (Be careful when stuffing. I was poked by one of the pins. It didn’t feel good.)

Once you have the muzzle stripe on and sewed you can sew the

nose to the muzzle using the left over White from the nose.

Inside of Ear: (Make 2)

Using White

Row 1: ch2, 2sc in 1st ch from hook, turn (2)

Row 2: 2sc in each sc, turn (4)

Row 3: (sc in each sc), across, turn (4)

Row 4: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog)2x, turn (2)

Row 5: sc dec both sc tog, F/O (1) leave 6” to sew inside of ear to

outside of ear in later step. Set to the side for now…

Outside of Ear: (Make 2)

Using Pumpkin

Rnd. 1: 4sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, ch1 (4)

Rnd. 2: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (4)

Rnd. 3: 3sc in 1st sc, sc in last 3 sc, join w/sl st, ch1 (6)

Rnd. 4: sc in 1st sc, 3sc in next sc, sc in last 4 sc, join w/sl st, ch1 (8)

Rnd. 5: sc in 1st 2 sc, 3sc in next 2 sc, sc in last 4 sc, join w/sl st, ch1 (12)

Rnds. 6-7: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12)

Rnd. 8: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog), around, join w/sl st, F/O (6) leave 5” to

sew ear to head. Do NOT stuff! Flatten and sew outside of ear to the

inside of ear. Once you have that done you can sew the completed

ears to the side of the head between rnds. 6 & 10 on the head with

about 13 sc between the two ears. NOTE: Notice that the ears curve

backwards. Make sure you sew the inside of the ear on the right side

for one ear and the left side for the other ear.

Hair:

Using White

Big Piece: (Make 2, one for each side of head)

Ch10, hdc in 1st ch from hook and next 3 ch, sc in next 3 ch, sl st in

next 2 ch, (working on opposite side of ch10) sk 1st ch, sl st in next 2

ch, sc in next 2 ch, hdc in last 4 ch, F/O (17) leave 8” to sew the hair

pieces to the head. Wait till you have both the big and two small

pieces of hair finished so you can sew them all on at the same time…

Small Piece: (Make 4, two for each side of the head)

Ch5, sl st in 1st ch from hook, sc in next ch, hdc in last 2 ch, F/O (4)

leave 4” sew you can hide the extra yarn in the head once it’s sewed on.

Now to sew the hair to the head. First pin the small piece to the head

one rnd. down from the bottom of the ear. Pin the big piece in front

of the small piece, over lapping the bottom corner of the small piece

slightly. Next pin the last small piece behind the big piece. You need

the pieces to go straight down from the ear. Now with your 8” from

the big piece sew all the pieces to the head. Now hide all the

remaining pieces of extra yarn by weaving them into the head.

Chin “Go- Chin “Go-tee“:

Using White

Big Piece: (Make 2, one for each side of head) Big Piece: (Make 2, one for each side of head)

Repeat the Big Piece on the hair…

Small Piece: (Make 2) Small Piece: (Make 2)

Repeat the Small Pieces on the hair…

You will be sewing the “go-tee” on the same way you did the hair

only sew it on side to side, NOT up and down. Sew the “go-tee” to

the bottom of the muzzle on the white patch. Sewing it on about 5

rows back from the end of the white patch on the muzzle.

Sun Glasses:

Using Black

Part 1: (Make 2) Part 1: (Make 2)

Row 1: ch7, sc in 1st ch from hook and last 5 ch, turn (6)

Rows 2-3: (sc in each sc), across, turn (6)

Row/Rnd. 4: sc around whole piece w/3sc in each corner, join w/sl

st, in 1st sc, F/O (?) hide extra yarn and set to the side for now…

Make both Part 1 pieces before you continue…

Part 2: Part 2:

Ch 29, sc in 1st ch from hook and next 5 ch, *place one Part 1 next to

the remaining ch29, sc through both the top of Part 1 and the next 6

ch (make sure you sc through the middle 6 sc on Part 1)*, now sc in

only the ch29 for the next 4 ch, repeat steps between * & *, now sc

in only the ch29 for the last 6 ch, F/O (28) leave 18” to sew/pin the

sun glasses to the head. Only pin the glasses to the head, using a

simple in and out stitch working across the ch28, down and around

both part 1’s, and back across the other side of ch28. Refer to picture

for placement ideas.

Fingers: (Make 6)

Using White

Rnd. 1: 6sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, ch1 (6)

Rnd. 2: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next sc)3x, join w/sl st, ch1 (9)

Rnds. 3-6: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (9) F/O no extra

needed. Take two fingers and tie the ending yarn in a knot,

connecting two fingers, you need two sets like this. The last two

fingers will be used as thumbs. Set to the side for now…

Hand:

Using White

RIGHT HAND: RIGHT HAND:

Rnds. 1-6: Repeat one finger, only do NOT F/O, ch1 (9)

Rnd. 7: Connecting the fingers tog.; pick up one of the connected

finger sets, count four sc away from the knot

, in that 4th space make a sc, sc in next 3 sc,

this will join the last finger you made to the two connected fingers,

skip over to the next finger and sc around that finger (9 sc),

skip back over to the middle finger and sc in the last 5 sc on that

finger, sk over to the last finger you made (1st in picture) and sc

around the last 9 sc on that finger, join w/sl st into the 1st sc in the

middle finger, ch1 (27) NOTE: you MUST have 27 sc!

Rnds. 8-9: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (27)

Rnd. 10: sc in 1st 8 sc, place the thumb next to the hand,

sc through the next 3 sc on the inside of the thumb through to the

hand (sc the thumb to the hand), sc the last 16 sc on just the hand, join w/sl st, ch1 (27)

Rnd. 11: sc in 1st 8 sc, sk over to the outside of the thumb and sc around it, make 7 sc in the thumb, sk back to the hand and sc in the next 10 sc, (sc dec next 2 sc tog)3x, join w/sl st, ch1 (28)

Rnd. 12: sc in 1st 6 sc, (sc dec next 2 sc)2x, sc in next 8 sc, (sc dec next 2 sc tog)3x, sc in last 4 sc, join w/sl st, ch1 (23)

Rnd. 13: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (23) stuff fingers and thumb

Rnd. 14: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 2 sc)5x, sc in last 3 sc, join w/sl st, ch1 (18) stuff palm, NOT firmly

Rnd. 15: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12)

Rnd. 16: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (6) leave 4” to cinch closed. To cinch: weave 4” through remaining sc, pull tight, fasten down, and hide remaining yarn. Set to the side for now…

LEFT HAND/ARM: LEFT HAND/ARM:

Rnds. 1-9: repeat rnds. 1-9 on right arm

Rnd. 10: sc in 1st 10 sc, place the thumb next to the hand (same as with the right hand/arm) sc through next 3, sc in last 14 sc of just the hand, join w/sl st, ch1 (27)

Rnd. 11: sc in 1st 10 sc, sc around the outside of the thumb (again make 7 sc around the thumb), sc in next 8 sc, (sc dec next 2 sc tog)3x, join w/sl st, ch1 (28)

Rnd. 12: sc in 1st 10 sc, (sc dec next 2 sc tog)3x, sc in next 8 sc, (sc dec next 2 sc tog)2x, join w/sl st, ch1 (23)

Rnd. 13: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (23) stuff fingers and thumb

Rnd. 14: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 2 sc)5x, sc in last 3 sc, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Rnd. 15: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12)

Rnd. 16: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (6) leave 4” to cinch closed. To cinch: weave 4” through remaining sc, pull tight, fasten down, and hide remaining yarn. Set to the side for now…

Arm: (Make 2)

Using Pumpkin

Rnd. 1: start w/8” extra, ch15, join w/sl st in 1st ch forming a ring (be

sure not to let it twist), ch1, (sc in each ch), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (15)

Rnds. 2-23: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (15)

Row 24: 2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 5 sc, 2sc in next sc, turn (9) leave remaining sc unworked remaining sc unworked

Row 25: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (9)

Row 26: 2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 7 sc, 2sc in last sc, turn (11)

Rows 27-28: (sc in each sc), across, turn (11)

Row 29: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 7 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, turn (9)

Row 30: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 5 sc, sc dec last 2 sc tog, F/O

(7) leave 12” to sew arm to hand. Stuff the arm, than place the “Rows”

on the top of the hand. Sew them in place. After you have that done

you can sew the completed arm to the body. Sew the arm to the

body between rnds. 30 & 34 on the body. When you sew the arm

to the body fold the bottom/under part of the arm in one rnd., so the

arms don’t stick out.

Shoe Sole: (Make 2) Shoe Sole: (Make 2) Part 1

Using White

Rnd. 1: ch16, sc in 1st ch from hook and next 9 ch, hdc in next 4 ch,

5hdc in next ch, (working on opposite side of ch16) hdc in next 5 ch,

sc in next 9 ch, 3sc in last ch, join w/sl st, ch1 (36)

Rnd. 2: sc in 1st 10 st, hdc in next 6 st, 2hdc in next 3 st, hdc in next 6

st, sc in next 10 st, 3sc in last st, join w/sl st, F/O (41)

Rnd. 3: sc in 1st 16 sc, (2sc in next sc, sc in next sc)4x, sc in next 14

sc, 2sc in last 3 sc, join w/sl st, F/O (48) No extra yarn needed.

 Now this is different, you don’t have to do this step but it looks

better. Cut a piece of felt a little smaller than the inside of the bottom

of your shoe sole

Shoe Top: (Make 2) Part 2

Using White

Rnd. 1: ch16, sc in 1st ch from hook and next 9 ch, hdc in next 4 ch,

5hdc in next ch, (working on opposite side of ch16) hdc in next 5 ch,

sc in next 9 ch, 3sc in last ch, join w/sl st, ch1 (36)

Rnd. 2: sc in 1st 10 st, hdc in next 6 st, 2hdc in next 3 st, hdc in next 6

st, sc in next 10 st, 3sc in last st, join w/sl st, ch1 (41)

Rnd. 3: sc in 1st 10 sc, hdc in next 6 hdc, (2hdc in next hdc, hdc in

next hdc)4x, hdc in next 4 hdc, sc in next 10 sc, 2sc in last 3 sc, join w/sl st, ch1 (48)

Rnds. 4-5: (sc in each st), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (48)

Rnd. 6: place shoe top over shoe sole, matching the stitches, sl st

through and around both the shoe top and shoe sole, sl st-ing the

two pieces tog., stuff before you finis stuff before you finis stuff before you finish, join w/sl st in 1st sl st, F/O (?)

hide extra yarn and set this piece to the side for now.

Leg: (Make 2) Part 3

Using Pumpkin

Rnd. 1: start w/8” extra, ch15, join w/sl st in 1st ch forming a ring (be

sure not to let it twist), ch1, (sc in each ch), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (15)

Rnds. 2-20: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (15) F/O leave 8”

to sew the leg to the back/top of the shoe. Sew the leg to the

outside/back of rnd. 2 on the top of shoe. Stuff the leg.

Top of Shoe: (Make 2) Part 4

Using White

Rnd. 1: ch13, sc in 1st ch from hook and next 10 ch, 3sc in next ch,

(working on opposite side of ch13) sc in next 11 ch, 3sc in last ch, join w/sl st, ch1 (28)

Rnd. 2: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (28)

Rnd. 3: sc in 1st 12 sc, 2sc in next 3 sc, sc in next 11 sc, 2sc in last 2 sc, join w/sl st, ch1 (33)

Rnd. 4: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (33)

Rnd. 5: sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 10 sc, (sc dec next 2 sc tog)3x, sc in next 11 sc, (sc dec next 2 sc tog)2x, join w/sl st, ch1 (27)

Rnd. 6: Flatten piece and sl st across, F/O (12 or 13) leave 12” to sew “Top of Shoe” to the top shoe. Wrap this piece around the back part

of the leg with rnd. 5 on the bottom, sew rnd. 5 to the top of the “shoe”.

Shoe Tongue: (Make 2) Part 5

Using White

Rnd. 1: ch6, sc in 1st ch from hook and next 3 ch, 3sc in next ch,

(working on opposite side of ch6) sc in next 3 ch, 3sc in last ch, join w/sl st, ch1 (14)

Rnds. 2-3: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (14)

Rnd. 4: flatten piece and sc across and though both sides, F/O (6)

leave 6” to sew tongue to shoe. Sew rnd. 4 to the top of the shoe, in

the front (in front of where the leg still shows.

Shoe Spot: (Make 2) Part 6

Using Pumpkin

Ch3, sc in 1st ch from hook, 3sc in next ch, (working on opposite side

of ch3) sc in next sc, 3sc in last sc, join w/sl st, F/O (8) leave 4” to

sew shoe spot to the side of the shoe side. Sew one on the “left” side

for the left shoe and the “right” side for the right shoe. Refer to picture.

Shoe Strings: (Make 6, 2 for each shoe) Part 7

Using White

Start w/4”, ch7, F/O (7) leave 4” to sew to shoe. Using your ends sew

the shoe strings to the top of shoe. Refer to picture:

Finishing the Shoe: Finishing the Shoe:

Using Black

With a 18” piece add the details around the shoe. Add a line around

the shoe, just above the sl st that connected the shoe and shoe sole,

using a simple in and out stitch. Then make a line that goes over the

toe of the shoe. Refer to picture:

Tail:

Starting w/Black

Rnd. 1: 6sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, ch1 (6)

Rnd. 2: (2sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12)

Rnd. 3: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Rnd. 4: (2sc in 1st sc, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (24)

Rnds. 5-7: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (24)

The next rnd. You will be switching the colors. To make it a little

more simple I am abbreviating the colors: BL=black and

P=pumpkin.

Rnd. 8: sc in 1st 3 sc, (change color by simply tying P to the BL, do

NOT cute the BL yet. Drop the BL from your hand and continue with

the P and repeat for the color change), (sw to P, sc in next 3 sc, sw to

BL, sc in next 3 sc)3x BL, sw to P (cut off BL now), sc in last 3 sc, join w/sl st, ch1 (24)

Rnd. 9: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18)

Rnds. 10-13: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (18) begin stuffing

Rnd. 14: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 4 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (15)

Rnds. 15-24: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (15) continue stuffing

Rnd. 25: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 3 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12)

Rnds. 26-40: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (12) continue stuffing as you go

Rnd. 41: (sc dec 1st 2 sc tog, sc in next 2 sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (9)

Rnds. 42-50: (sc in each sc), around, join w/sl st, ch1 (9) F/O leave 5”

to sew tail to the body. Finish stuffing and sew the tail to the body  between rnds. 5 & 10 on the body.

Spots: (I personally made 10 of each spot.)

For the spots, make as many as you like in which ever sizes you like.

Spot 1: Spot 1:

6sc in magic ring, join w/sl st, F/O (6) leave 4” to sew with.

Spot 2: Spot 2:

(2sc, hdc)2x in magic ring, join w/sl st, F/O (6) leave 4” to sew with.

Spot 3: Spot 3:

Ch4, sc in 1st ch from hook and next ch, 3sc in next ch, (working on

opposite side of ch4) sc in next 2 ch, 3sc in last ch, join w/sl st, F/O

(10) leave 6” to sew with.

Spot 4: Spot 4:

Ch3, sc in 1st ch from hook and last ch, F/O (2) leave 4” to sew with.

First take the beginning and ending yarn and tie them in a knot. Now

you can sew them on.

Finishing:

Part 1: Part 1:

Add the facial details using a 15” piece of Black, you‘ll probably need

more than one piece of 15“. Refer to pictures:

Part 2: Part 2:

Add the whiskers using a 5” piece of Black. Make a spot using a

simple in and out stitch then in the same spot run the remaining yarn

up and out of the middle of the spot then cut your whiskers to the

length you like best. Make 3 whiskers on both sides of the checks.

Refer to picture:

Part 3: Part 3:

Add the lines around the hand. Refer to picture:

And that’s all there is! I hope you’ve enjoy my version of Chester

Cheetah. I know I have! Have a great one!

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