Saturday, July 18, 2020

Hey guys, once again I would like to share a pattern for a keychain with you!
This time of one of my favorite Pokemon: Driftloon.
I am incredibly happy witch how cute and simplistic this pattern ended up being and I hope you will love it as much as I do!

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Pattern Notes:
  • ·        This pattern is worked in a spiral.
  • ·        I recommend using a stitch marker throughout the entire project.
  • ·        Different yarn/hook sizes may result in a different looking end result.
  • ·        If you have any problems with this pattern please contact me either via direct message on the site you found the pattern on or via e-mail: (please allow up to 48 hours for me to respond).

Materials (may differ depending on your hook-/yarn-size):
  • ·        2mm hook
  • ·        Tapestry or sewing needle
  • ·        Toy stuffing
  • ·        Stitch marker
  • ·        Scissors/Thread cutter
  • ·        Keychain Clasp
  • ·        Chain links (Mine are ~6mm)
  • ·        2.5-3.5mm yarn in the following colors (meter/yards are very generously calculated): 
      •  Purple/Yellow (~15m/16 yards)
      •  Yellow/Turquoise (or Blue) (~15m/16 yards) 


This is a beginner level pattern and requires knowledge of basic stitches listed below, as well as joining pieces together.

Abbreviations used:

  • ·        MR – Magic Ring (adjustable ring with designated amount of stitches worked into it and then pulled together tightly, so that there is no hole left)
  • ·        St – Stitch
  • ·        Sl st – Slip stitch
  • ·        Ch – Chain
  • ·        Sc – Single crochet
  • ·        Dc – Double crochet
  • ·        Inc – Increase (Two single crochet in one stitch)
  • ·        Dec – Decrease (work two single crochet together/ I used an invisible decrease throughout the pattern, which is worked by single crocheting two stitches together front loops only)
  • ·        FO – Finish off 
  • ·        Mp – Mini puff (worked like a popcorn stitch: make 3 sc in one st (picture 1), pull up a loop (picture 2), insert your hook inside the first sc (picture 3), pull the loop through, ch 1 (picture 4), you have completed the st)
Working the mp:

Body (in purple OR yellow):

1: 6 sc in MR (6)
2: inc x 6 (12)
3: *inc, sc* x 6 (18)
4: *2sc, inc* x 6 (24)
5-8: sc around (24)
9: *2sc, dec* x 6 (18)
10: *dec, sc* x 6 (12)
Stuff firmly
11: dec x 6 (6)
12: inc x 6 (12)
13: *hdc, sl st* x 6 (12)
FO, weave ends in, sew remaining hole shut

Head tuft (in white):

1: sc 6 in MR (6)
2: mp around (6)
FO, leave long tail for sewing

Hearts (make 4/in yellow OR turquoise/blue):

In MR: Ch 1, dc, hdc, 2 sc, ch 1, 2 sc, hdc, dc, sl st

FO; leave long tails for sewing on 2 hearts


1.     Cut off a long string of black yarn.
2.     Glue the string to the wrong side of one of the hearts, glue the thread not being used to sew with down too (I recommend gluing down the strings for the other heart too, this will make sewing easier) trim excess ends.

3.     Sew the two hearts together by sewing through the back loops only, right side facing out. Make sure the black string exists through the spiky side of the hearts.

4.     Sew the black string through the body and adjust the length of the string, cut of 
excessive black thread.

5.     Repeat steps 2-3 with the third and fourth heart.

6.     Sew on the head tuft to the top of the body

7.     Embroider on the cross by embroidering from the top left to the bottom right, then from the top right to the bottom left, repeat this exact order three times, embroider a straight line along the top and bottom edges
8.     Embroider on the eyes one st away from the cross, 1 st high.

You have completed the pattern!

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