Luma

Materials Needed:

1. Here is the link to the Black Oval Safety Eyes

2. Yellow yarn.

BODY:

1. 6sc in circle.

2. 2sc in sc.

3. 1sc in sc. 2sc in sc.

4. 1sc in next 2 stitches. 2sc in sc.

5. 1sc in next 3 stitches. 2sc in sc.

6. 1sc in next 4 stitches. 2sc in sc.

7. 1sc in next 5 stitches. 2sc in sc.

8. 1sc in each sc for 4 rows.

9. 1sc in next 5 stitches. 2sc tog.

10. 1sc in each sc for 2 rows.

11. 1sc in next 4 stitches. 2sc tog.

12. 1sc in each sc.

13. 1sc in next 3 stitches. 2sc tog.

14. 1sc in each sc.

15. 1sc in next 2 stitches. 2sc tog.

16. 1sc in each sc.

17. 1sc in sc. 2sc tog.

18. 1sc in each sc.

19. 2sc tog.

20. 1sc in each sc for 2 rows.

21. 2sc tog.

22. Finish off.

23. Stuff the body.

24. Curl the tip to make it look like Luma. If you have safety eyes, put them in before closing it off.

ARMS:

25. 4sc in circle.

26. 1sc in each sc.

27. 2sc in each sc.

28. 1sc in each sc.

29. 1sc in sc. 2sc in sc.

30. 1sc in each sc.

31. 1sc in next 2 stitches. 2sc in sc.

32. Finish off. Make 2.

33. Stuff and sew.

FEET:

34. 6sc in circle.

35. 1sc in each sc.

36. 2sc in each sc.

37. 1sc in each sc.

38. 1sc in sc. 2sc in sc.

39. 1sc in each sc.

40. Finish off. Make 2.

41. Stuff and sew.

42. Put in the eyes.

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14 Comments »

  1. Hi! I love your work and think you’re really talented! I still don’t know how to make a circle stitch I’ve seen your videos but it still doesn’t help. Do you have any tips because I really want to make the luma it’s so awesome!

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    • BODY (st: stiches)
      1ºR= 6 st;
      2ºR= 12 st
      3ºR= 18 st
      4ºR= 24 st
      5ºR= 30 st
      6ºR= 36 st
      7ºR= 42 st
      8ºR to 12ºR= 42 st
      12ºR= 36 st
      13ºR to 15ºR= 36 st
      15ºR= 30 st
      16ºR= 30 st
      17ºR= 24 st
      18ºR= 24 st
      19ºR= 18 st
      20ºR= 18 st
      21ºR= 12 st
      22ºR= 12 st
      23ºR= 6 st
      24ªR to 25ºR= 6 st
      26ºR= 3 st
      ARMS
      1ºR= 4st
      2ºR= 4st
      3ºR= 8st
      4ºR=8st
      5ºR=12st
      6ºR=12st
      7ºR=16st
      FREET
      1ºR=6st
      2ºR=6st
      3ºR=12st
      4ºR=12st
      5ºR=18st
      6ºR=18

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    • BODY (st: stiches)
      1ºR= 6 st;
      2ºR= 12 st
      3ºR= 18 st
      4ºR= 24 st
      5ºR= 30 st
      6ºR= 36 st
      7ºR= 42 st
      8ºR to 12ºR= 42 st
      12ºR= 36 st
      13ºR to 15ºR= 36 st
      15ºR= 30 st
      16ºR= 30 st
      17ºR= 24 st
      18ºR= 24 st
      19ºR= 18 st
      20ºR= 18 st
      21ºR= 12 st
      22ºR= 12 st
      23ºR= 6 st
      24ªR to 25ºR= 6 st
      26ºR= 3 st
      ARMS
      1ºR= 4st
      2ºR= 4st
      3ºR= 8st
      4ºR=8st
      5ºR=12st
      6ºR=12st
      7ºR=16st
      FREET
      1ºR=6st
      2ºR=6st
      3ºR=12st
      4ºR=12st
      5ºR=18st
      6ºR=18

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  2. Hey! THIS IS FANTASTIC! I am a beginner crochet-er and i made up my own pattern for luma. Since making magic rings of 6 stitches is the only thing i seem to like starting all my patterns with, my luma pattern actually looks very similar to yours but mine is slightly longer (my pattern has about 2-3 extra rows). What I do is draw out my patterns to see if they make sense mathematically and trial and error till i get the shape i want. Since my pattern is so similar to yours, i was wondering how you came to making yours up.
    The reason I ask is cause I am just learning how to design my own patterns and i’m mostly self taught so i have no clue if i’m doing it right. Did you also just figure out the patten mathematically? Thing is, i’m selling my crochet mario stuffed animals. I have goombas mushrooms lumas and starting to work on other crochet animals, but i realized a lot of people have similar patterns that they say “dont sell items made with this pattern”, but all the patterns are similar to the ones i made up cause i was going for the same shapes. For the most part, i cant find anyone with the same goomba as me, but mushrooms and lumas seem similar. =/ do I need to post my own patterns and call them my own before i sell? Or does it not matter? Cause i actually made them up myself ><
    help?? by the way, i LOVE your intro to crochet videos. you taught me how to do basic stuff =)

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