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Bulbasaur (Pokémon) FreeBulb&EarsPattern


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A while back I made my grandson Charmander. One of the ladies at work saw the pictures of Charmander and asked if I could make her son Bulbasaur. I said, "sure" without even looking at the picture of him (Bulbasaur). After scouring the Internet I could not find a pattern for the hat or the bulbs for the character, so I made my own. I include instructions on crocheting the bulbs and ears. How to create the eyes, and compile it all for your own Bulbasaur hat. I use a basic hat pattern for the hat itself. You are free to use one you have, or I have supplied a link to the one I use. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY magic loop, single crochet and how to single crochet 3stitches together SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS depends on the size you choose to make

Recommended with this pattern

  • H hook, yarn, and small amounts of red and white felt
  • thread to sew felt eyes onto the crocheted hat, your choice as to by hand or by machine

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I enjoy all sorts of crafts. I do all sorts of needle work, crocheting, pine needle basketry, sewing, beadwork and use my Silhouette to create! I also dabble in Graphic Design. I make business cards, brochures, and maintain our church website. I remember sewing my own Barbie Doll clothes when I was younger, and then my own clothes when I was in Junior High and High School. I have sewed Raggedy Ann and Andy amongst many other toys, coats and quilts all above the normal clothes. Early in life it started out as a necessity as we were unable to purchase very many store bought items. Now I sew out of enjoyment... well... beyond mending that is! I started beading ornaments in April 2009. I had a friend whose mother showed me how to do it. After completing my first purchased pattern I designed and beaded my first ornament (Twin Llamas) for my sister. I used paper and colored pencils to design that and two others before purchasing the program I have to assist me so I can do it on my computer now. I bead purchased patterns as well as design and bead my own patterns. All items are made to order therefore depending on how many current orders I have, depends on how long it will take before you receive it. Please visit my store for more information. Be sure to check my blog at