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Scottie Dogs

fig. 1: small, medium and large scottie dogs
Find me on www.ravelry.com where my name is „yulivee“ and where I published more patterns.
If you have any questions regarding this pattern or comments on these particular projects, either
contact me on ravelry or send me an e-mail ( soneadelvon@yahoo.de ).

Skill Level: Easy to Intermediate. You need to know how to chain, single crochet, single crochet
decreases, half double crochet, double crochet, attach and break yarn, read written instructions.
→ How to read a crochet pattern: http://www.craftyarncouncil.com/tip_crochet.html

Finished Measurements: depending on your yarn and hook choice, see notes section below
Gauge:

not important
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Materials:

any yarn with a matching hook (note: hook should be on the small size as these dogs
are crocheted tightly to prevent the stuffing from showing through)
polyester stuffing
tapestry needle
a piece of ribbon for decoration

Abbreviations (US terminology):
ch

- chain

dc

- double crochet

hdc

- half double crochet

through all three remaining loops

rep

- repeat

on hook

rnd

- round

- slip stitch

RS

sl st

- right side

- stitch/es

sc

st/s

- single crochet

WS

- wrong side

sc2tog

- [insert hook through next st, pull
up a loop] 2times, then yarn

Notes:
The number before each instruction does not necessarily indicate the row numbers, they indicate the
individual steps.
These dogs are worked back and forth in rows, mostly in sc, in one piece. They are started with the
ear, followed by the head. Then they are continued by the back and tail. Each row of the body is
attached to the head, as the neck, while worked from back down to the tummy. Next is the back leg
and finally the dogs are finished with the frontleg.
You need to work two of these pieces for a stuffed dog (one half can be used as an appliqué). There
are several possibilities of how the pieces can be joined. I gave the option I liked best, the small one
is sewn, the medium one crocheted together and the large and extra large one are also crocheted
together, this time with a double faced seam. Feel free to use any of these techniques, which are
explained in the specific size, or use your own one.
The smallest scottie dog makes a cute key chain. The extra large one is meant to be a pillow.
The small dog requires just a few yards of yarn, the medium a little more. For the large one I used
100g of bulky yarn (109yds = 100m/ 100g) with a gauge of 15sc per 4inches = 10cm. The extra large
version uses up a lot of yarn, about 547yds = 500m with a gauge of 20sc per 4inches = 10cm.
The small and medium scottie dog are charted and have written instructions. The large and extra large
scottie dog are worked in the same manner, the only difference is that there are more stitches.
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Small Scottie Dog:
1. Ch3. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 1sl st in second ch from hook, 1sc in next ch (= ear).
2. Ch7. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 1sc in each of next 6ch, being careful not to twist the
chain work 1sc over the edge of sc of ear, 1sc in very first ch (= 1row à 8sc). Ch1, turn.

3. Work 4more rows in sc.
4. Ch13. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 1sl st in each of next 2ch, 2sc in next ch, 1sc in
each of next 9ch, being careful not to twist the chain work 1sc in last sc of head, 1sl st in next
sc (= body and tail). Ch1, turn.

5. 1sl st in sl st, 1sc in each of next 10sc. Ch1, turn.
6. 1sc in each of next 10sc, 1sc in sl st, 1sc in next sc of head, 1sl st in next sc. Ch1, turn.
7. 1sc2tog (over first sl st and next sc), sc until end of row. Ch1, turn.
8. 2sc in first sc, 1sc in each st until end of row (= 13sc). Ch1, turn.
9. 1sc2tog, sc until end of row. Ch1, turn.
Now you start working both legs at the same time. If you prefer working the backleg first and
then the frontleg, make sure you attach the yarn for the frontleg correctly:

10. For backleg:
For frontleg:

1sc in each of next 2sc, 1sc2tog.
Skip 4sc, attach a second skein of yarn in the next sc (= 4th sc counted from
the end of the row). Work 1sc2tog, 1sc in each of last 2sc.

Work the following part of the instructions (11-14) for each leg:

11. Ch1, turn. Sc until end of row (= 3sc).
12. Ch1, turn. Sc until end of row. Ch2, turn.
13. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 2sc in 2nd ch from hook, being careful not to twist the
chain work 1sc in each of next 3sc (= 5sc). Ch1, turn.

14. 1sc in each of next 4sc, 1sl st in last sc.
Break yarn.
Rep 1-14 for the second half of the scottie dog. This time leave a long tail on one of the legs. Put
one half on top of the other and sew them together, at the same time stuff the dog firmly.
Weave in all ends.
Tie a bow around the dog's neck.

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fig. 2: chart small scottie dog
fig. 3: small scottie dogs

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Medium Scottie Dog:
1. Ch5. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 1sl st in second ch from hook, 1sc in next ch, 1hdc
in next ch, 1dc in last ch (= ear).

2. Ch10. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 1sc in each of next 9ch, being careful not to twist
the chain work 2sc over the edge of the dc of ear, 1sc in very first ch (= 1row à 12sc). Ch1,
turn.

3. Work 6more rows in sc.
4. Ch21. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 1sc in each of next 3ch, 1hdc in each of next 3ch,
2hdc in next ch, 1sc in each of next 13ch, being careful not to twist the chain work 1sc in last
sc of head, 1sl st in next sc (= body and tail). Ch1, turn.

5. 1sl st in sl st, 1sc in each of next 14sc. Ch1, turn.
6. 1sc in each of next 14sc, 1sc in sl st, 1sc in next sc of head, 1sl st in next sc. Ch1, turn.
7. 1sl st in sl st, 1sc in each of next 16sc. Ch1, turn.
8. 1sc in each of next 16sc, 1sc in sl st, 1sc in next sc of head, 1sl st in next sc. Ch1, turn.
9. 1sc2tog (over first sl st and next sc), sc until end of row. Ch1, turn.
10. 2sc in first sc, 1sc in each st until end of row (= 19sc). Ch1, turn.
11. 1sc2tog, sc until end of row. Ch1, turn.
Now you start working both legs at the same time. If you prefer working the backleg first and
then the frontleg, make sure you attach the yarn for the frontleg correctly:

12. For backleg:
For frontleg:

1sc in each of next 3sc, 1sc2tog.
Skip 8sc, attach a second skein of yarn in next sc (= 5th st counted from the
end of the row). Work 1sc2tog, 1sc in each of last 3sc.

Work the following part of the instructions (13-17) for each leg:

13. Ch1, turn. Sc until end of row (= 4sc).
14. Work 2more rows in sc. Ch1, turn.
15. 1sc in each of next 3sc, 2sc in next sc (= 5sc). Ch2, turn.
16. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 2sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1sc in each of next 5sc (= 7sc).
Ch1, turn.

17. Work 2more rows in sc.
Break yarn.

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Rep 1-17 for the second half of the scottie dog. This time do not break yarn on one of the legs. Put
one half on top of the other and crochet them together in sc, stitching through both pieces at the
same time. Stuff the dog firmly while going.
Weave in all ends.
Tie a bow around the dog's neck.

fig. 4: chart medium scottie dog

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fig. 5: medium scottie dogs

Large Scottie Dog:
1. Ch2. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 1sc in second ch from hook. Ch1, turn.
2. 2sc in sc (= 2sc). Ch1, turn.
3. 2sc in first sc, 1sc in next sc (= 3sc). Ch1, turn.
4. 1sc in each of next 2sc, 2sc in last sc (= 4sc). Ch1, turn.
5. 2sc in first sc, 1sc in each of next 3sc (= 5sc). Ch1, turn.
6. Sc until end of row.
7. Ch14. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 1sc in each of next 13ch, being careful not to twist
the chain work 1sc over each sc of ear (= 1row à 18sc). Ch1, turn.

8. Work 10more rows in sc.
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9. Ch35. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 1sc in each of next 2ch, 1hdc in each of next 3ch,
1dc in each of next 4ch, (1dc, 1hdc) in next ch, 1sc in each of next 24ch, being careful not to
twist the chain work 1sc in last sc of head, 1sl st in next sc (= body and tail). Ch1, turn.

10. 1sl st in sl st, 1sc in each of next 25sc, 1sl st in hdc. Ch1, turn.
11. 1sc2tog (over first sl st and next sc), 1sc in each of next 24sc, 1sc in sl st, 1sc in next sc of
head, 1sl st in next sc. Ch1, turn.

12. 1sl st in sl st, 1sc in each of next 25sc, 1sc2tog. Ch1, turn.
13. 1sc in each of next 26sc, 1sc in sl st, 1sc in next sc of head, 1sl st in next sc. Ch1, turn.
14. 1sl st in sl st, sc until end of row. Ch1, turn.
15. 1sc in each of next 28sc, 1sc in sl st, 1sc in next sc of head, 1sl st in next sc. Ch1, turn.
16. 1sc2tog (over first sl st and next sc), sc until end of row. Ch1, turn.
17. Sc until 2sts before end, 1sc2tog. Ch1, turn.
18. 1sc2tog, sc until end of row. Ch1, turn.
19. Sc until 2sts before end, 1sc2tog. Ch1, turn.
20. 1sc2tog, sc until end of row. Ch1, turn.
21. 2sc in first sc, 1sc in each st until end of row (= 27sc). Ch1, turn.
22. 1sc2tog, sc until end of row. Ch1, turn.
Now you start working both legs at the same time If you prefer working the backleg first and
then the frontleg, make sure you attach the yarn for the frontleg correctly:

23. For backleg:

1b: 1sc in each of next 6sc, 1sc2tog. Ch1, turn.
2b: Sc until end of row (= 7sc). Ch1, turn.
3b: 1sc in each of next 5sc, 1sc2tog. Ch1, turn.

For frontleg:

1f: Skip 10sc, attach a second skein of yarn in next sc (= 8th st counted from
the end of the row). Work 1sc2tog, 1sc in each of last 6sc.
2f: Sc until end of row (= 7sc). Ch1, turn.
3f: 1sc2tog, 1sc in each of next 5sc. Ch1, turn.

Work the following part of the instructions (24-29) for each leg:

24. Sc until end of row (= 6sc). Ch1, turn.
25. Work 4more rows in sc. Ch1, turn.
26. 1sc in each of next 5sc, 2sc in next sc (= 7sc). Ch2, turn.
27. Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 2sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1sc in each of next 7sc (= 9sc).
Ch1, turn.

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28. Work 2more rows in sc. Ch1, turn.
29. 1sc in each of next 8sc, 1sl st in last sc.
Break yarn on one of the legs, do not break yarn on the other leg.
Rep 1-29 for the second half of the scottie dog.
Work 1rnd in sc all around one piece. Break yarn.
On the other piece Ch1, turn and now work 1rnd in sc all around this piece. Do not break yarn.
Put one half on top of the other (the RS of the sc edge to the outside, the WS of the sc edges are
facing each other = to the inside) and crochet them together in sl st, stitching through both pieces at
the same time. Stuff the dog firmly while going.
Weave in all ends.
Tie a bow around the dog's neck.

fig. 6: large scottie dogs

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