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Houndour  Crochet Pattern by Robezpierre Houndour  Crochet Pattern by Robezpierre
So! pierre here. I've finally gotten time to fix up this pattern and get a picture. I'll be doing a companion pattern, a houndoom, after I get some other projects out of the way. (Update: Houndoom's up! robezpierre.deviantart.com/art…)

Houndour is copyright Nintendo and is not mine, though this pattern is. I ask that you don't sell the pattern, and don't sell the plush online/in a major retail-y way if you use the pattern. Thanks!

Need: Black yarn, orange yarn, white yarn, crochet hook of choice (I used a G), stuffing, and a tapestry needle. The eyes here are felt and glued on with fabric glue.

Abbreviations: ch for chain, st for stitch, dec for decrease, inc for increase, sc for single crochet. 

Hollar at me please if I forgot anything!

Pattern: Body

1: Sc 6 in mc

2: inc around (12)

3: sc, inc around (18)

4: sc 2, inc around (24)

5: sc 3, inc around (30)

6-12: sc around (30)

13: sc 14, inc, sc 15 (31)

14: sc 15, inc, sc 15 (32)

15: sc 16, inc, sc 15 (33)

16: sc 16, inc, sc 16 (34)

17: sc 16, inc, sc 17 (35)

18: sc 17, inc, inc 17 (36)

19-21: sc around (36)

22: sc 12, dec 6 times, sc 12 (30)

23: sc 3, dec around (24)

24: sc 2, dec around (18)

You’ll probably want to start stuffing here if you haven’t already

25: sc, dec around (12)

26: dec around (6)

27: dec around (3)

F/O Stuff firmly as you go.

 

Head:

1: sc 6 in mc (6)

2: inc around (12)

3: sc, inc around (18)

4: sc 2, inc around (24)

5: sc 3, inc around (30)

6-19: sc around (30)

F/O Again, firm stuffing here.

 

Front Legs:

1: sc 6 in mc (6)

2: inc around (12)

3: sc, inc around (18)

4: sc 3, dec 6, sc 3 (12)

5-9: sc around

Stuff very firmly while shaping

10: dec, sc 4, inc, sc 5 (12)

11-19: sc around

Do not F/O, but continue to the appropriate shoulder

 

Right shoulder:

20: sc 7, turn

21: dec, sc 3, dec, turn

22: dec, sc, dec turn

23 sc 3

F/O

 

Left shoulder:

20: turn, sc 7 going opposite of how you have been crocheting

21: turn, dec, sc 3, dec

22: turn, dec, sc, dec

23: turn, sc 3

F/O

 

Back Legs

1: sc 6 in mc (6)

2: inc around (12)

3: sc, inc around (18)

4: sc 3, dec 6, sc 3 (12)

5-9: sc around

stuff very firmly while shaping

10: dec, sc 4, inc, sc 5 (12)

11: dec, sc 4, inc, sc 5 (12)

12: sc 6, inc, sc 5 (13)

13: sc 6, inc, sc 6 (14)

14-19: sc around (14)

Do not F/O, but continue to correct shoulder

 

Right hip:

20: sc 8, turn

21: dec, sc 4, dec, turn

22: dec, sc 2, dec turn

23: sc 4

24: dec twice

F/O

 

 Left hip:

20: turn, sc 8 going opposite of how you have been crocheting

21: turn, dec, sc 4, dec

22: turn, dec, sc 2, dec

23: turn, sc 4

24: turn, dec twice

F/O

 

Tail

1: sc 6 in mc (6)

2: inc, sc 2 around (8)

3: inc, sc 3 around (10)

4: inc, sc 4 around (12)

5: inc, sc 5 around (14)

6: inc, sc 6 around (16)

F/O Stuffing! Whee! You don’t have to stuff the tail quite so firmly.

 

Ears (make 2):

1: sc 6 in mc (6)

2: sc 5, inc (7)

3: sc 6, inc (8)

4: sc 7, inc (9)

5: sc 8, inc (10)

6: sc 9, inc (11)

7: sc 10, inc (12)

F/O Light stuffing, same as for the tail.

 

Snout (orange):

1: sc 6 in mc (6)

2: inc around (12)

3: sc 6, inc, sc 5 (13)

4: sc 6, inc, sc 6 (14)

5: sc 6, inc, sc 7 (15)

6: sc 7, inc, sc 7 (16)

7-9: sc around (16)

F/O You know the stuffing drill here

 

Belly

ch 3

1: turn, inc in 2nd ch from hook, inc (4)

2: ch 1, turn, sc, inc twice, sc (6)

3: ch 1, turn, sc across (6)

4: ch 1, turn, sc across (6)

5: ch 1, turn, sc, inc, sc 2, inc, sc (8)

6: ch 1, turn, sc, inc, sc 4, inc, sc (10)

7-12: ch 1, turn, sc across (10)

13: ch 1, turn, sc, dec, sc 4, dec, sc (8)                                                                                                                                  

14: ch 1, turn, sc, dec, sc 2 , dec, sc (6)

15: ch 1, turn, sc across (6)

16: ch 1, turn, sc, inc, sc 2, inc, sc (8)

17: ch 1, turn, sc, inc, sc 4, inc, sc (10)

18: ch 1, turn, sc 4, inc, sc 5 (11)

19: ch 1, turn, sc 5, inc, sc 5 (12)

20: ch 1, turn, dec across (6)

21: ch 1, turn, sc, dec twice, sc (4)

22: ch 1, turn, dec across (2)

23: ch 1, turn, dec across (1)

F/O

 

Leg braces:

Ch 14

1: turn, sc 13 (13)

wrap the chain around the ankle and sl st it on

F/O

 

Skull crest:

Ch 5

1: starting in 2nd ch from hook, sc across (4)

2: ch 1, turn, sc across (4)

3: ch 1, turn, sc, inc, inc, sc (6)

4: ch 1, turn, sc, inc, sc 2, inc, sc (8)

5: ch 1, turn, sc across (8)

6: ch 1, turn, dec across (4)

7-10: ch 1, turn, sc across (4)

F/O, and attach the yarn to the side row 6.

11: ch 9, sc 4 in row 10, sc 8, and sl st into the opposite side of row 6

F/O

 

Back Ridges:

Ch 21

1: starting in 2nd ch from hook, sc 19, inc in last st, turn work so that you’re on the opposite side of the ch, sc 19, inc in first st (42)

2: sc around (42)

3: sl st the sts on opposite sides of the opening together, making 21 st and closing the ridge

F/O

 

So, to put the Houndour all together, I’d say probably head to body, pin the belly on, position the legs via the belly and then sew on the legs, then belly, tail, snout, ears, crest, ridges, and ankle braces. Pinning things before sewing them is typically a good idea. A bit of stuffing beneath the shoulders as you sew them helps, I found; it gets the legs to take position a bit better. If you have any questions (Since this is a bit rushed), feel free to ask!

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Demiheruer Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2015
I want to make this. IT is my favoriete pokemon With Houndoom. First i make my amineko clean andt toen can i begin With this. 

Sorry for my bad English. 
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Robezpierre Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2015
:) I'm glad you like it! Good luck!

pierre
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WooflesArt Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Looks really great!  This must take incredible patience to complete.  Patience I don't have, lol!
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Robezpierre Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2014
Thanks! This one did take a while, but that's mostly because of school and video games :)

pierre
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