Here’s Oddish! With the plant pot, he/she can be added to any household as an adorable decorative piece hidden as plant, but surprise guests when Oddish sprouts! 🙂
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**Notes: This pattern is worked in continuous rounds.
Materials: 4mm hook
Worsted weight yarn (size 4) in blue, green, black, and pink.
Polyester fiber fill
9mm safety eyes
Plant Pot will need to be 3.5” inches
Abbreviations: sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
mr = magic ring
Sc inc = increase (2 sc in next stitch)
dec = decrease (sc 2 together)
ch = chain
Body (Begin in Blue)
**It will be oval-shape initially, so you will have to stuff very firmly!
Begin with 6 sc in Magic Ring.
Round 1: inc around (12)
Round 2: *sc, inc* around (18)
Round 3: *sc 2, inc* around (24)
Round 4: *sc 3, inc* around (30)
Round 5: *sc 4, inc* around (36)
Round 6: *sc 5, inc* around (42)
Round 7: *sc 6, inc* around (48)
Round 8-10: Sc around (48) (Place eyes in round 9, 9 stitches apart)
Round 11: *Sc 6, Dec* around (42)
Round 12: *Sc 5, Dec* around (36)
Round 13: *Sc 4, Dec* around (30)
Round 14: *Sc 3, Dec* around (24)
Round 15: *Sc 2, Dec* around (18)
Round 16: *Sc, Dec* around (12)
Finish off and leave tail to close the hole.
Feet (Make 2)
Round 1: 6 Sc into Magic Ring (6)
Round 2: Sc around (6)
Finish off and leave tail for sewing
Leaves (Make 5)
Sl st into first stitch. Sc into next, HDC into next, DC into next two stitches, DC 6 times into the last stitch. It should be circled around by this point, now work on opposite side. DC into next 2 stitches, HDC into next, Sc into next, sl st into last.
The final steps now are to embroider the smile and blushing cheeks on!
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If you would like to make other variations, head on over to my other blog post here for the free patterns of Pikachu and Totoro!