Cuddly Baby Groot by Julia Simpson
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Cuddly Baby Groot

Crochet
November 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
4.0 mm (G)
US
This pattern is available from etsy.com for C$4.00.

Baby Groot is a great gift for the comic book fan in your life. I wanted to make a cuddly crochet Baby Groot - no wire or hard pot, just a nice soft little Groot that you could give to a child or cuddle without worrying about him poking you in the eye. So I have it a go and ended up with this little guy!

Baby Groot is easy to make, and lots of fun. Difficulty of the pattern is beginner to intermediate. The PDF pattern includes 14 pages with pictures and detailed instructions. If you have any questions or anything is unclear, please email me and I’m happy to help. I’d also just love to hear if you download my pattern and make a Groot! :)

Supplies

  • Worsted weight yarn (Red Heart Super Saver or similar): Light brown, dark brown, white, small amount of green, very small amount of black (to embroider the mouth)
  • For the eyes – small amount of black & white felt, or safety eyes
  • Size G / 4.25 crochet hook
  • Darning needle for sewing pieces together and adding the face details
  • Craft glue (if using felt for the eyes)
  • Scissors
  • Fiberfill stuffing

Abbreviations / Techniques Used

All details below are based on US crochet terms.
Magic Circle
Ch: Chain
SC: Single Crochet
HDC: Half Double Crochet
SL: Slip Stitch
Inc: Increase
Dec: Decrease
BLO: Crochet in the back loops only
FLO: Crochet in the front loops only
FPSC: Front Post Single Crochet

Check out my adventures with Groot around Vancouver and on my travels - and if you make a Groot and take him traveling with you, please take pictures and send them my way!

Feel free to sell items made using this pattern, but please do not sell or share the pattern itself. If you do sell items, please credit me as the designer and include a link to my blog Wayward Pineapple Creations.

Thanks!

Julia Simpson