Wizard Gonk Free Crochet Pattern – Doll Clothes

Wizard Gonk free crochet pattern – Doll clothes

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 Wizard Gonk Free Crochet Pattern

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WIZARD GONK FREE CROCHET PATTERN – Doll Clothes

Wizard Gonk free crochet patternIf you would like to make another Gonk with clothing colours, I have used 2 shades of Grey colour yarn light and dark with a darker shade for trimmings, follow this guide for colour changes:

Work the main body as detailed in the original Santa Gonk pattern from R1. to R8. in Dark yarn. Work R9. to R19. in Light yarn for the main clothing. (See trim details box below if adding before continuing)
Work R20. to R30. in flesh colour for the head.
Start the arms in flesh colour yarn, working R1.-R3. for the hands and then change to Light yarn to finish.



Wizard Gonk free crochet patternMake a simple belt by chaining 50 in Dark or trim colour and tie it around the Gonk’s waist (just below half way).
Attach your nose under the 8th round from the top and attach your arms to either side at the top of the Light section or under the neck line trim.

Optional trim detail – Wizard Gonk free crochet pattern

Use the surface slip stitch technique to go around the bottom of the Light colour, across the front diagonally for a wrap around detail and around the neck line under the flesh colour, and diagonally down to meet the other line forming a V neck line. Do this after R22. keeping flesh colour yarn attached and before stuffing – If you prefer, you could just embroider trimming details afterwards.

I have used 2 shades of Grey colour yarn – lighter and darker. I have made my Hat in Lighter Grey to match my Gonk’s main body colour and my Cloak in Darker Grey. You can use any colours you wish.


~ Some of my other crochet patterns ~

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Hooded cloak – Wizard Gonk free crochet pattern

Wizard Cloak Free Crochet PatternStart with chaining 27,
R1. dc in 3rd ch from hook, *dc, 2dc*, repeat to end, turn (37 beginning turning chains are not counted)
R2. ch2, dc in st below ch, dc, *2dc, dc x3*, repeat between * 8 times, 2dc, dc, 2dc, turn (47 turning ch2 not counted)
R3. ch2, dc in st below ch, dc, *2dc, dc x5*, repeat between * 7 times, 2dc, dc, 2dc, turn (56 turning ch2 not counted)
R4. ch2, dc in st below ch, *dc x10, 2dc*, repeat between * 5 times, turn (61 turning ch2 not counted)
R5. ch1, 2sc, sc x9, hdc x5, dc x31, hdc x5, sc x9, 2sc, turn (63 turning ch1 not counted)
R6. ch1, sc x11, hdc x5, dc x31, hdc x5, sc x11, fasten off and weave in ends (63 turning ch1 not counted)

Adding the hood

Wizard Gonk Free Crochet PatternWith the right side of R1. facing you, join yarn to the 4th st in along the top right corner,
R1. ch3, dc in st below ch, dc x6, 2dc, dc x3, 2dc, dc x6, 2dc, turn (23 starting ch3 counts as first dc)
R2. ch3, dc in st below ch, dc x21, 2dc, turn (25 starting ch3 counts as first dc)
R3. ch3, dc in st below ch, dc x23, 2dc, turn (27 starting ch3 counts as first dc)
R4. ch3, dc in st below ch, dc x25, 2dc, turn (29 starting ch3 counts as first dc)
R5. ch2, dc in st below ch, dc x11, dc2tog, dc, dc2tog, dc x12, turn (27 turning ch2 not counted)
R6. ch2, dc in st below ch, dc x10, dc2tog, dc, dc2tog, dc x11, turn (25 turning ch2 not counted)
R7. I have used a join as you go technique to finish the top of hood here, you can just work dc in each and use your yarn needle to join after if you prefer.
ch2, dc in st below ch, dc x13, *slip loop off hook and hook through the previous dc st (12th dc made) bring the dropped loop through and dc in the next st along of row below*, repeat between * 11 more times going back one into the previous stitches of this row – 11th, 10th etc to complete the row, joining the top as you go.

Add tie strings to the top corners of the cloak by joining into the corner st and chaining 12, pull through to fasten off and cut ends,  weave in the joining ends. Tie together under your Gonk’s nose to wear.



Wizard’s hat free crochet pattern

Wizard Hat Free Crochet PatternWork this piece in continuous rounds using a stitch marker to keep your starting point.
Start with a magic ring,
R1. sc 4 times into ring, pull the ring closed (4)
R2. sc, inc, sc, inc (6)
R3. sc in each st (6)
R4. *sc, inc,* repeat between * a total of 3 times (9)
R5. sc in each st (9)
R6. *sc x2, inc,* repeat between * a total of 3 times (12)
R7. sc in each st (12)
R8. *sc x3, inc,* repeat between * a total of 3 times (15)
R9. sc in each st (15)
R10. *sc x4, inc,* repeat between * a total of 3 times (18)
R11. sc in each st (18)
R12. *sc x2, inc,* repeat between * a total of 6 times (24)
R13.-R14. sc in each st (24 for 2 rounds)
R15. *sc x3, inc,* repeat between * a total of 6 times (30)
R16.-R17. sc in each st (30 for 2 rounds)
R18. *sc x4, inc,* repeat between * a total of 6 times (36)
R19.-R20. sc in each st (36 for 2 rounds)
R21. Working in the front loops only, *sc x5, inc,* repeat between * a total of 6 times (42)
R22. Work in both loops again, sc x3, inc, *sc x6, inc,* repeat between * a total of 5 times, sc x3 (48)
R23. *sc x7, inc,* repeat between * a total of 6 times (54)
R24. sc x4, inc, *sc x8, inc,* repeat between * a total of 5 times, sc x4, sl st into next st to finish, fasten off and weave in ends (60)
I have folded over the point over with a twist to the side.

Magic staff – wizard Gonk free crochet pattern

Wizard Gonk Free Crochet PatternChain 20, turn to work into the back bumps of the chain, sl st into the 2nd bump from hook and each remaining back bump of the chain (making 19 slip stitches).
You will see 2 lines of stitch top “v”s, one next to the other.
Turn, ch1 and work into the back of these, place your hook through the middle to come out in between the 2 “v” rows and sl st back up to the other end (making 19 more slip stitches).

Wizard Gonk Free Crochet PatternWe will be adding a cluster of stitches to the top (made of [2dc, trc, 2dc] with the starting ch2 as the first dc), ch2, start a dc going into the same place you made the last sl st (yarn over, hook through and pull up a loop, yarn over pull through 2 loops), 2 loops still on hook, start a trc in the saWizard Gonk Free Crochet Patternme place (yarn over twice, hook through and pull up a loop, yarn over pull through 2 loops, yarn over pull through 2 loops again), 3 loops still on hook, start a dc in the same place (yarn over, hook through and pull up a loop, yarn over pull through 2 loops), 4 loops still on hook, start another dc in the same place (yarn over, hook through and pull up a loop, yarn over pull through 2 loops), 5 loops on hook, yarn over and pull through all 5 loops, ch1 to finish, cut yarn and pull through to fasten off. Push the wrong side in to make a little cup shape.

Wizard Gonk Free Crochet PatternI have added a 8mm faceted clear bead to represent a crystal sewn into the cup. You can use any bead you may have or even make a bead by rolling up a piece of tin foil, or you can just sew a few stitches in another yarn colour to represent your crystal.


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