Sleepy Gonk Free Crochet Pattern – Doll Clothes

Sleepy Gonk free crochet pattern – Doll clothes

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Sleepy Gonk free crochet pattern

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SLEEPY GONK FREE CROCHET PATTERN – Doll Clothes

Sleepy Gonk free crochet patternBase: Use a Nude Gonk for your base, see Adam Gonk for instructions.

Striped pyjamas – Sleepy Gonk free crochet pattern

Doll clothes pyjamas Free Crochet PatternThe main body of the striped pyjamas are worked lengthways in rows and then joined at the front. The sleeves are added in rounds after.
I have used White and Blue, you may use any 2 colours you choose. When changing colours, swap over to the next colour on finishing the last sc of the previous colour. Drop the previous colour and leave it at the end of rows ready to pick up again when needed, allow the dropped yarns to lay across at the bottom, these will be hidden later.

Striped pyjamas main body

Start with White yarn and chain 12,
R1. work in the back bumps of chain and sc in second ch from hook, sc in each remaining ch, change to Blue, turn, (11 in White)
R2. ch1, sc x11, turn (11 in Blue)
R3. ch1, sc x11, change to White, turn (11 in Blue)
R4. ch1, sc x10, 2sc, turn (12 in White)
R5. ch1, 2sc, sc x11, change to Blue, turn (13 in White)
R6. ch1, sc x12, 2sc, turn (14 in Blue)
R7. ch1, 2sc, sc x13, change to White, turn (15 in Blue)
R8. ch1, sc x11, turn leaving 4 st unworked (11 in White)
R9. ch1, sc x11, change to Blue, turn (11 in White)
R10. ch1, sc x9, turn leaving 2 st unworked (9 in Blue)
R11. ch1, sl st x 2, sc x7, change to White, turn (9 in Blue)
R12. ch1, sc x7 along the last Blue row, sc x2 in the stitches of row below (the stitches you previously slip stitched into, the top of sts will be pushed forward), sc x2 along the previous White 2 rows below, turn (11 in White)
R13. ch1, sc x11, change to Blue, turn (11 in White)
R14. ch1, sc x11, ch4, sl st into the top st of previous Blue 2 rows below, turn (15 in Blue)
R15. ch1, skip the first ch, sc x3 along previous ch sts, sc x11, change to White, turn (14 in Blue)
R16. ch1, sc x12, sc2tog, turn (13 in White)
R17. ch1, sc x13, change to Blue, turn (13 in White)
R18. ch1, sc x13, turn (13 in Blue)
R19. ch1, sc x13, change to White, turn (13 in Blue)
R20. ch1, sc x13, turn (13 in White)
R21. ch1, sc x13, change to Blue, turn (13 in White)
R22. ch1, sc x11, turn leaving 2 st unworked (11 in Blue)
R23. ch1, sl st x 3, sc x8, change to White, turn (11 in Blue)
R24. ch1, sc x8 along the last Blue, sc x3 along row below, sc x2 along the previous White 2 rows below, turn (13 in White)
R25. ch1, sc x13, change to Blue, turn (13 in White)
R26. ch1, sc x13, turn (13 in Blue)
R27. ch1, sc x13, change to White, turn (13 in Blue)
R28. ch1, sc x13, turn (13 in White)
R29. ch1, sc x13, change to Blue, turn (13 in White)
R30. ch1, sc x12, 2sc, turn (14 in Blue)
R31. ch1, 2sc, sc x13, change to White, turn (15 in Blue)
R32. ch1, sc x11, turn leaving 4 st unworked (11 in White)
R33. ch1, sc x11, change to Blue, turn (11 in White)
R34. ch1, sc x9, turn leaving 2 st unworked (9 in Blue)
R35. ch1, sl st x 2, sc x7, change to White, turn (9 in Blue)
R36. ch1, sc x7 along the last Blue row, sc x2 in the stitches of row below, sc x2 along the previous White 2 rows below, turn (11 in White)
R37. ch1, sc x11, change to Blue, turn (11 in White)
R38. ch1, sc x11, ch4, sl st into the top st of previous Blue 2 rows below, turn (15 in Blue)
R39. ch1, skip the first ch, sc x3 along previous ch sts, sc x11, change to White, turn (14 in Blue)
R40. ch1, sc x12, sc2tog, turn (13 in White)
R41. ch1, sc2tog, sc x11, change to Blue, turn (12 in White)
R42. ch1, sc x10, sc2tog, turn (11 in Blue)
R43. ch1, sc x11, change to White, turn (11 in Blue) Leave the Blue yarn attached for now
R44. ch1, sc x11, Fasten off White yarn leaving a long tail (11 in White)

Using your yarn needle, feed the tail end down past the last 3 sts. Bring the starting end around, match up the stitches of the 2 sides and join from the 4th st down to the hem. This joins the body at the front with a small V neckline left open.

Striped pyjamas hem and ties

Hook through and pull up a loop of the Blue yarn at the edge of row. Work a round of single crochets along the edge of each row all the way around, crocheting over the dropped yarns from the colour changes. Slip stitch to join to the beginning, fasten off and weave in end.
Cut 2 pieces of Blue yarn, approximately the length of the pyjamas, and tie to each corner of the V neckline opening for the tie strings.

Striped pyjamas sleeves

Work the sleeves in joined rounds using Blue yarn. Join yarn to the middle of underarm, around the edge of the second White row along,
R1. sc evenly around the armhole as follows:
sc x2 along the White row edges, sc x4 up the Blue row, sc x4 down the other Blue row, sc x2 around the White row edges, sl st into first sc to join (Total of 12 sc stitches)
R2.-R7. sc in each st, sl st into first sc to join (12 for 6 rounds) fasten off.
Repeat for the other armhole and weave in ends.
For the striped colour changes, the hat is worked flat in rows making a fan shape before seaming to form the cone shaped hat. I have used Blue and White to match my Pyjamas. We will be cutting the yarn at the end of each colour change. Crochet around theses extra ends to save to from having to weave them in later.

When joining your new colour, join by making a sc straight into the first st (make a slip knot in yarn, place loop on hook, hook through the first st, yarn over and pull through a loop – 2 loops on hook, yarn over and pull through both loops).
The starting ch1 do not count as stitches, but sl sts do count. Fasten off colours by cutting yarn and pulling the end through the last loop on hook.


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Striped hat – Sleepy Gonk free crochet pattern

Sleepy Gonk free crochet patternUsing Blue yarn, start by chaining 18,
R1. sc in the second ch from hook and each remaining ch, turn (17 worked in Blue, this is the right side of work and will be your starting row)
R2. ch1, sc x8, sl st in next, fasten off leaving the the last 8 sts unworked, turn (9 in Blue, wrong side)
R3. Slip knot in White yarn and join with sc in the 7th st of the Blue starting row (2 sts before last st made), sc in next st along starting row, sc x9 along previous row, turn (11 in White, right side)
R4. ch1, sc x2, sl st in next, fasten off leaving 8 White sts unworked, turn (3 in White, wrong side)
R5. Slip knot in Blue yarn and join with sc in the 5th st of the Blue starting row (2 sts before the previous White join), sc in next st along starting row, sc x8 along first White row, sc x3 along last White row, turn (13 in Blue, right side)
R6. ch1, sc x6, sl st in next, fasten off leaving 6 Blue sts unworked, turn (7 in Blue, wrong side)
R7. Leaving a longer starting end, slip knot in White yarn and join with sc in the 3rd st of the Blue starting row (2 sts before the previous Blue join), sc in next st along starting row, sc x6 along the first Blue row, sc x7 along last Blue row, turn (15 in White, right side)
R8. ch1, sc x4, sl st in next, fasten off leaving 10 White sts unworked, turn (5 in White, wrong side)
R9. Slip knot in Blue yarn and join with sc in the first st of the Blue starting row (2 sts before the previous White join) crocheting around the previous longer White starting end to leave it extending out from the edge of work, sc in next st along starting row, sc x10 along first White row, sc x5 along last White row, turn (17 in Blue, right side – This will now become your new starting row)

Sleepy Gonk free crochet patternR10.-R25. Repeat from R2. to R9. two more times.
R26.-R32. Repeat from R2. to R8.

You will have a total of 16 colour changes and 4 White starting ends left long.
Use a length of Blue yarn and your yarn needle to stitch the 2 ends together to make a cone shape. Start from the wider base stitching up to the tip. Allow the previous long White ends to hang out the top, stitch around the tip to close and wrap your Blue yarn around the 4 strands of White ends to tie them together to finish.


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