Pennywise Clown Crochet Pattern

A few years ago, lady in my home town messaged me asking if I could make a pennywise clown teddy for her son who loved him. I hadnt long started making teddies, so I had a search around for patterns and in the end I chose this one off

The pattern is wonderfully written out and so easy to follow. The finished item was lovely and well made and just what the lady was after. I actually went on to make a few more of these for my cousin and a couple of other people.

I was not very good at the ruffles around his neck This was not the patterns fault, I hadnt long started learning different techniques so in the end I tweeked it to make it easier for myself. This didn’ look quite as good as in the pattern but it still worked.
I was also, at the time, absolutely rubbish at Pom-Poms. I had to get my nan to make my first lot of Pom-Poms for his chest. Then the second time I made the doll, I ended up just attaching strands of wool to the front of the doll and cutting them to make them look like Pom-Poms. But this way worked as well and was much easier. I have since invested in some plasticPom-Pom makers, which are so simple to use and make life alot easier.


Published by MyBelle Creations

Hi, Welcome to MyBelle Creations. I taught myself to crochet around 5 years ago and really enjoyed it. Over the years I have made many different types of items, my favourites being my ‘geeky’ items such as the Labyrinth movie characters and Dungeons and dragons items. I have enjoyed making and sharing my patterns and finished items. Since my children have gone back to school full time, from being home school during the covid-19 lockdowns, I have decided to start a new way of sharing my patterns and items.

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