Baby Mario

HEAD:

With cream colored yarn.

1. 6sc in circle.

2. 2sc in sc.

3. 1sc, 2sc in sc.

4. 2sc, 2sc in sc.

5. 3sc, 2sc in sc.

6. 4sc, 2sc in sc.

7. 1sc in each sc. For 7 rows.

8. 4sc, sc2tog.

9. Put the eyes in before you start the body.

NOSE:

10. 6sc in circle.

11. 2sc in sc.

12. 2sc, 2dc in next 2 stitches, 4sc, 2dc in next 2 stitches, 2sc.

13. 1sc in each sc.

14. 1sc, sc2tog.

15. 3sc, sc2tog. Stuff and sew onto face.

BODY:

16. Continuing from the body, change to red yarn.

17. 2sc in each sc. Don’t complete the last stitch.

18. Change to blue yarn. Pull the blue yarn through the two loops on your hook. 1sc in next 2 stitches. Pull yarn through next stitch. Then pull red yarn through both loops on hook. 1sc in next 11 stitches. Pull yarn through next stitch. Then pull blue yarn through both loops on hook. 1sc in next 6 stitches.

19. 1sc in next 2 stitches. Pull yarn through next stitch. Then pull red yarn through both loops on hook. [1sc, 2sc in sc]<–in next 10 stitches. 1sc in next stitch. Pull yarn through same stitch. Then pull blue yarn through both loops on hook. 1sc in next 6 stitches.

20. 1sc in next 2 stitches. Pull yarn through next stitch. Then pull red yarn through both loops on hook. 1sc in next 4 stitches. Pull yarn through next stitch. Then pull blue yarn through both loops on hook. 1sc in next 7 stitches. Pull yarn through next stitch. Then pull red yarn through both loops on hook. 1sc in next 4 stitches. Pull yarn through next stitch. Then pull blue yarn through both loops on hook. 1sc in next 6 stitches.

21. 1sc in each sc.

22. 3sc, 2sc in sc.

23. 4sc, 2sc in sc.

24. 1sc in each sc. For 2 rows.

25. 3sc, sc2tog.

26. 2sc, sc2tog.

27. 1sc, sc2tog.

28. 2sc tog until you close the gap.

ARMS:

29. With red yarn. Pick up 8 stitches.

30. 1sc in each sc. For 6 rows.

41. 7sc. Pull yarn through next stitch. Then pull cream yarn through both loops on hook.

42. 1sc in each sc.

43. Sc2tog until gap is closed.

JUMPER STRAPS:

With blue colored yarn.

44. Use Size 4.

45. Chain 3.

46. Make as many rows as you want. Sew onto doll. Make it look like the straps for Mario Sackboy.

JUMPBER BUTTONS:

With yellow colored yarn.

47. Use Size 4.

48. 4sc in circle.

HAIR:

With dark brown colored yarn.

49. Chain 17.

50. 1sc in each sc. For 9 rows.

51. Do picots on the last row like in Mario Sackboy.

SIDEBURNS:

52. Chain 3.

53. Make 4 rows.

54. End it with picots on last row.

HAT:

With red colored yarn.

55. 6sc in circle.

56. 2sc in each sc.

57. 1sc, 2sc in sc.

58. 2sc, 2sc in sc.

59. 3sc, 2sc in sc.

60. 4sc, 2sc in sc.

61. 5sc, 2sc in sc.

62. 6sc, 2sc in sc.

63. 7sc, 2sc in sc.

64. 8sc, 2sc in sc.

65. 3sc, sc2tog. For 2 rows.

LID OF HAT:

66. 2sc in each of the next 18 stitches. Sl st with next stitch.

67. Insert a slip knot through the second stitch from the marker. 1sc in next stitch. Add a marker where you just created the sc. Then 1sc in next 30 stitches. Create sl st with next stitch.

68. Insert a slip knot through the stitch next to the marker you added in the previous row. 1sc in next stitch. Add a marker where you just created the sc. Then 1sc in next 27 stitches. Create a sl st with next stitch.

69. Insert a slip knot through the second stitch from the marker you added in the previous row. 1sc in the next 23 stitches. Creat a sl st with next stitch.

LEGS:

With cream colored yarn.

70. Use size 4.

71. Pick up 7 stitches.

72. 1sc in each sc. For 3 rows.

PANTS:

With red colored yarn.

73. Use size 4.

74. Pick up 12 stitches around legs. Make sure that the pants are snug around the legs.

75. 1sc in each sc.

SHOES:

76. Use size 4.

77. With white yarn. 6sc in circle.

78. 4sc, 2dc in next 2 stitches, 4sc, 2dc in next 2 stitches.

79. Change to red yarn. 3sc, 2sc in sc. [20 stitches]

80. 1sc in each sc.

81. 1sc, sc2tog.

SOCKS:

82. Pick up 10 stitches on shoes. Pick them up in the back part of the shoes and in the middle.

83. Sew this onto the leg. Fit the end of the leg into the opening made by the socks.

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26 Comments »

  1. I love your dolls, I think you should link your pattern to Ravelry, it has a ton of people and I know a lot of them would love to make your dolls, they are amazing! I would love to see a Halo or Gears of War sackboy!!!

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  2. Hi, great pattern. I was wondering with the body section it says continuing from the body. What does that mean? is there another part of the pattern somewhere?

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  3. Thank you so much for all your videos & patterns!! I’ve been wanting to make Mario etc forever!! 😀 So glad I stumbled upon your videos on youtube!! 🙂

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  4. Hi, is baby Mario’s head suppose to come out super small or am I doing something wrong?
    I followed the pattern and tried to make the head over and over and every time his head comes out really small plz help.
    Thank you……

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    • I’ve had questions about baby Mario. I’m planning on re-doing the pattern so that it will be more clear. Sorry about that. When I started out making patterns, my pattern writing skills were really crappy. I’ve improved since then and I’m actually planning on rewriting many of the patterns on my site. Thanks for posting!

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  5. Hello, So nice he is your little baby mario. Sure that he ‘ll save the little baby princess….Thank for sharing your pattern! Will make a try anytime.

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