Making Oh from Home

Materials:
1. Light purple, dark purple, blue yarn.
2. Scissors
3. Stuffing
4. Darning needle

Head/body:
1. With light purple yarn. 6sc in magic circle. [6]
2. 2sc in each st around. [12]
3. (1sc in first st. 2sc in next st.) x 6 [18]
4. (1sc in first 2st. 2sc in next st.) x 6 [24]
5. (1sc in first 3st. 2sc in next st.) x 6 [30]
6. (1sc in first 4st. 2sc in next st.) x 6 [36]
7. (1sc in first 5st. 2sc in next st.) x 6 [42]
8. (1sc in first 6st. 2sc in next st.) x 6 [48]
9. (1sc in frist 7st. 2sc in next st.) x 6 [54]
10. (1sc in first 8st. 2sc in next st.) x 6 [60]
11. 1sc in each st around. For 12 rows. [60]
12. (1sc in first 8st. Sc2tog.) x 6 [54]
13. 1sc in each st around. For 4 rows. [54]
14. (1sc in first 7st. Sc2tog.) x 6 [48]
15. 1sc in each st around. For rows. [48]
16. (1sc in first 6st. Sc2tog.) x 6 [42]
17. 1sc in each st around. For 6 rows. [42]
16. Sc2tog around until gap is small enough to sew closed.
17. FO.

Legs [Make 6]:
1. With light purple yarn. Pick up 16 stitches where the legs should be. Make sure that the legs are evenly spaced.
2. 1sc in each st around. For 10 rows. [16]
3. Sc2tog until gap is small enough to sew closed.
4. FO.

Horns [Make 2]:
1. With light purple yarn. Pick up 25 stitches where the horns should be. [25]
2. 1sc in each st around. For 3 rows. [25]
3. (1sc in first 3st. Sc2tog.) x 5 [20]
4. 1sc in each st around. For 3 rows. [20]
5. (1sc in first 2st. Sc2tog.) x 5 [15]
6. 1sc in each st around. For 3 rows. [15]
7. (1sc first 3st. Sc2tog.) x 3 [12]
8. 1sc in each st around. For 5 rows. [15]
9. (1sc in first st. Sc2tog.) x 5 [10]
10. 1sc in each st around. For 3 rows. [10]
11. Sc2tog until gap is small enough to sew closed.
12. F.O.
13. Coil the horns around to make it look like the images. Secure the horns onto the doll to keep the coiled shape.

Arms [Make 2]:
1. With light purple. Pick up 12 stitches where the arms should be. [12]
2. 1sc in each st around. For 8 rows. [12]
3. Divide the arm into three fingers. Each finger should have 4 stitches each. If you want to, you can use a smaller crochet hook to make the fingers.
4. Make the pinky and the thumb shorter than the middle two fingers. There are only four fingers in each hand.
5. If you have trouble making fingers please refer to my book.

Clothes:
1. With light blue yarn. Chain 8.
2. 1sc in each chain starting in the second one from the hook. [7]
3. Chain 1. Turn work. 2sc in first st. 1sc in the next 5st. 2sc in last st. [9]
4. Chain 1. Turn work. 2sc in first st. 1sc in the next 7st. 2sc in last st. [11]
5. Chain 1. Turn work. 1sc in each st. For 14 rows. [11]
6. Chain 1. Turn work. 1sc in first 5st. [5]
7. Chain 1. Turn work. 1sc in each st. For 2 rows. [5]
8. Chain 7. Turn work. 1sc in each chain starting in the second one from hook. Then 1sc in the next 5st. [11]
9. Chain 1. Turn work. 1sc in each st. For 22 rows. [11]
10. Chain 1. Turn work. 1sc in the first 5st. [5]
11. Chain 1. Turn work. 1sc in each st. For 2 rows. [5]
12. Chain 7. Turn work. 1sc in each chain starting in the second one from hook. Then 1sc in the next 5st. [11]
13. Chain 1. Turn work. 1sc in each st. For 13 rows. [11]
14. Use purple yarn to crochet around the perimeter of his clothes. Also crochet around the arm holes of his clothes.
15. For the purple circle on his clothes. 6sc in magic circle with purple yarn. [6]
16. 2sc in each st around. [12]
17. (1sc in first st. 2sc in next st.) x 6 [18]
18. F.O. Then sew the purple circle onto his clothes. Make sure that it is in the center.

Eyes [Make 2]:
1. With white yarn. 6sc in magic circle. [6]
2. 2sc in each st around. [12]
3. (1sc in first st. 2sc in next st.) x 2 [14]
4. F.O.
5. With dark blue yarn. 6sc in magic circle. [6] F.O.
6. Sew the dark blue onto the white part of the eyes.
7. You could also embroider small white specks on the blue part of the eyes to make them look more alive.

Mouth:
Use dark purple for the mouth.

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