Pirate Gonk free crochet pattern – Doll clothes
Please remember, you will still need the original Santa Gonk crochet pattern to follow these free add-on outfits and accessories. You can purchase your copy here, Santa Gonk, or via our Ravelry store.
PIRATE GONK FREE CROCHET PATTERN – Doll Clothes
If you would like to make another Gonk with clothing colours, follow this guide for colour changes:
Work the main body as detailed in the original Santa Gonk pattern from R1. to R13. in your chosen trouser colour. Work R14. & R15. in a belt colour. Work R16. to R19. in a shirt colour. Work R20. to R30. in flesh colour for the head.
To add sleeves to the arms, work R1. to R3. of the arm pieces in flesh colour and change to your shirt colour for the rest of arms.
Follow the placement instructions as detailed in the nude Adam Gonk to attach your nose and arms to ensure the outfit fits correctly.
I have given my Pirate Gonk long hair which I have tied up and long beard with three little braids.
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Pirate jacket doll free crochet pattern
You can choose your own colours, I have used navy with a golden trim. The jacket is worked in rows from the neck down and sleeves added after.
Start with chaining 25,
sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each remaining ch, turn (24 turning chains are not counted)
ch1, sc x2, ch5 and skip the next 5 sts, sc x4, inc x2, sc x4, ch5 and skip 5 sts, sc x2, turn (26)
ch1, inc, sc, sc x5 along the ch sts, inc, sc x10, inc, sc x5 along ch sts, sc, inc, turn (30)
ch1, inc, sc x4, inc, sc x4, inc, sc x8, inc, sc x4, inc, sc x4, inc, turn (36)
ch1, inc, sc x34, inc, (38)
ch1, inc, sc x6, inc, sc x7, inc, sc x6, inc, sc x7, inc, sc x6, inc, turn (44)
ch1, sc in each st, turn (44)
ch1, inc, sc x42, inc, turn (46)
ch1, sc in each st, turn (46)
Work back flaps in rows separately to make a back slit
Continuing from above. ch1, sc x23, turn leaving the rest unworked, ch1, sc x23, turn, ch1, sc x23, turn, ch1, sc x23, fasten off. (making 4 rows of 23 stitches on one side of the jacket).
Join yarn to R9. to the left of the first row of 23 sts to work the rest of the row and create the second flap. Repeat as above working 4 rows of 23 stitches. Fasten off and weave in ends.
Working the sleeves
Hold the jacket upside down, neck line to the bottom, flaps at the top. Join yarn to post of sc to the right of the armhole. The sleeves are worked in joined rounds, first ch1 does not count as a stitch.
sc around the post you joined to, sc x5 along the stitches of the armhole (above the neckline), sc around the post on the other side of armhole, sc x5 along the other side of ch5 made in R2., sl st into first sc to join (12)
ch1, sc in each st, sl st into first sc join (12 for 7 rounds)
ch1, inc, sc x5, inc, sc x5, sl st into first sc join (14)
Turn to work the next rounds in the other direction. ch1, inc, sc x13, sl st into first sc join (15)
ch1, sc x14, inc, sl st into first sc join (16)
ch1, sc x15, inc, sl st into first sc join, fasten off and weave in ends (17)
Repeat for the other armhole, joining your yarn to the same place, right of armhole with jacket upside down.
Pirate hat free crochet pattern
Work this piece in continuous rounds using a stitch marker to keep your starting point. To fit comfortably over the hair, start the hat with a hook half a size bigger than you used for the body.
Start with a magic ring,
sc into ring 6 times (6)
inc in each st (12)
sc, inc – 6 times (18)
sc in each st (18)
sc x2, inc – 6 times (24)
sc in each st (24 for 2 rounds)
sc x3, inc – 6 times (30)
sc in each st (30 for 2 rounds)
Work this round in the front loops only. sc x4, inc – 6 times, sl st into the first st to join this round (36)
Now change your hook to the same size you used for the body. Turn your work to work in the other direction and work in both loops and continuously again.sc x3, inc, *sc x5, inc,* repeat between * 4 more times, sc x2 (42)
sc x6, inc – 6 times (48)
sc x3, inc, *sc x7, inc,* repeat between * 4 more times, sc x4 (54)
sc x8, inc – 6 times (60)
sc x4, inc, *sc x9, inc,* repeat between * 4 more times, sc x5 (66)
sc x10, inc – 6 times, sl st into first to join (72)
Fasten off and weave in your ends. Using a length of yarn and a yarn needle, fold and tack the rim up against the hat at 3 equal points to create a triangular shape.
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