LindaDavie's projects
The 'South Park' Dudes!
Finished
October 31 2018
November 9 2018
Project info
The 'South Park' Dudes!
Weebee Standard Size Baby Doll by Laura Tegg
Crochet
Hooks & yarn
3.5 mm (E)
4.5 mm
Various 8plyAcrylic Yarns
Notes

For all dolls
I worked oval shapes in white using this tutorial as a guide;
http://amiguru.me/how-to-crochet-an-oval-shape-without-co...
I started each oval with 4ch.

I have stitched the pupils for each doll using a piece of black yarn, but you could also use buttons or black safety eyes.

Check placement and attach eyes to face BEFORE sewing any beanies/hats in place as some eyes with sit just under the rim of the hat.

To avoid increase lines on the bottom of the head, I ‘split’ or stagger the increases like this;
Up to Rnd 34: As per pattern.
Rnd 35: 2sc, inc, * (4sc, inc) * repeat from * to * to last 2sts - finish the round with 2sc.
Rnd 36: As per pattern.
Rnd 37: 3sc, inc, * (6sc, inc) * repeat from * to * to last 3sts - finish the round with 3sc.
Rnd 38: As per pattern.
Rnd 39: 4sc, inc, * (8sc, inc) * repeat from * to * to last 4sts - finish the round with 4sc.
Rnd 40 and beyond: As per pattern.
So - the pattern hasn’t been altered at all!
You’ve simply moved the increases on all of the ‘even’ rounds and all ‘odd’ rounds remain the same.

STAN MARSH

Hands/Arms;
Skin colour.
Gloves with a 4.5mm hook and red yarn - follow the hand pattern and finish off at the end of Rnd 7, stitch in place.
* If you want to work the arms as one piece make the arms with red yarn to the end of Rnd 7, then change to skin colour.

Legs/body/head;
Black for the shoes to end of Rnd 11, denim blue to end of Rnd 22, then skin colour for the rest of the body and the head.

Jacket
I used the hoodie pattern but didn’t add the hood in a dark tan/fawn yarn - I added an extra row of hdc and sc to make the coat longer. I worked a row of sc in black up one side of the front of the jacket and added ‘buttons’ with black yarn.
Collar
Using the same red yarn as the gloves, attach yarn to one end of the top of the jacket and work 24sc, ch2, turn. Work 2dc, 1hdc, sc to the last 3sts then work 1hdc, 2dc, ch 1 and finish off the collar with a row of reverse sc.

Beanie/Hat
Using the same denim blue as the pants, start with 6hdc in a magic ring, sl st to join.
Rnd 2: inc in each st around, sl st to join, ch1. (12)
Rnd 3: (1sc, inc) around. (18)
Rnd 4: (2sc, inc) around. (24)
Rnd 5: (3sc, inc) around. (30)
Continue increasing until you have worked the (8cs, inc) round, then continue on without increasing until your beanie is as long as you want it to be, then change to the same red as the gloves and collar and work 1 round of hdc and two rounds of ribbing (1 front post hdc, 1 back post hdc) and finish off. Add a red pompom.

KYLE BROFLOVSKI

Hands/Arms;
Skin colour.
Gloves with a 4.5mm hook and lime green yarn - follow the hand pattern and finish off at the end of Rnd 7, stitch in place.
* If you want to work the arms as one piece make the arms with lime green yarn to the end of Rnd 7, then change to skin colour.

Legs/body/head;
Black for the shoes to end of Rnd 11, teal blue to end of Rnd 22, then skin colour for the rest of the body and the head.

Jacket
I used the hoodie pattern but didn’t add the hood in a orange yarn - I added an extra row of hdc and sc to make the coat longer.
Pockets
(Make 2)
Ch 4, work 3hdc, ch 1, turn.
Row 2; 3hdc, ch1, turn.
Rows 3 & 4: 3sc.
I stitched around the outside of each pocket and worked a ‘v’ at the top of each pocket with black yarn.

Collar
Using apple green yarn, attach yarn to one end of the top of the jacket and work 24sc, ch2, turn. Work 2dc, 1hdc, sc to the last 3sts then work 1hdc, 2dc, ch 1 and finish off the collar with a row of slip st.

Trapper Hat
Lime Green hat and ear flaps with apple green front flap.
Using lime green, work 6 hdc in a magic ring.
I then worked rounds until I had reached the end of the(7hdc, inc) round. Then I worked 1 round of hdc in the back loops only, then 5 rounds of hdc in both loops, finish off.
Note: I decreased a few sts evenly in the last round for a better fit - you may not need to…you can always just pull in the bottom of the hat a bit while you’re stitching it in place.

Front Hat Flap
In apple green yarn, ch 18, work 1hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc to end, ch1, turn.
Work 4 more rows of hdc, finish off and stitch to the front of the hat.
I finished off the flap by working a sl st around the outer edge.

Ear Flaps and Finishing
Once you have attached the front flap, working on the bottom of the hat next to the flap…..skip 4sts and attach your lime green yarn in the 5th st from the flap….working toward the back of the hat, work 11hdc, ch1, turn.
Next row: Dec, hdc to last 2sts, dec, ch 1 turn.
Repeat previous row until 3sts remain, finish off.

Repeat same process for ear flap on the other side of the hat.

I finished off the bottom edge of Kyle’s hat by attaching lime green yarn next to the flap and working a round of rev sc around the bottom of the hat - working around outer edge of ear flaps as you go. I also added a little stuffing under the hat before stitching it to Kyle’s head - sew around base of hat leaving ear flaps flapping, including a stitch through the centre top of the hat through to the head to pull the top down and make the hat a little flatter-looking on the top!

ERIC CARTMAN

Hands/Arms;
Skin colour.
Gloves with a 4.5mm hook and yellow yarn - follow the hand pattern and finish off at the end of Rnd 7, stitch in place.
* If you want to work the arms as one piece make the arms with yellow yarn to the end of Rnd 7, then change to skin colour.

Legs/body/head;
Black for the shoes to end of Rnd 11 dark tan/fawn to end of Rnd 22, then skin colour for the rest of the body and the head.
Jacket
I used the hoodie pattern but didn’t add the hood in a red - I added an extra row of hdc and sc to make the coat longer. I worked a row of sc in black up one side of the front of the jacket and added ‘buttons’ with black yarn.
I added a crochet braid in red around his neck.

Beanie/Hat
Same as for Stan’s beanie but using a light blue yarn for the hat and yellow yarn for the ribbing band and the pompom.

KENNY McCORMICK

Hands/Arms;
Skin colour.
Didn’t notice that Kenny had brown gloves on til I’d finished the whole body/head piece, so I made the Gloves with a 4.5mm hook and brown yarn - follow the hand pattern and finish off at the end of Rnd 7, stitch in place.
* If you want to work the arms as one piece make the arms with brown yarn to the end of Rnd 7, then change to skin colour.

Legs/body/head;
Black for the shoes to end of Rnd 11, orange to end of Rnd 32, then skin colour for the head.

Hoodie
Orange. I added two rows of hdc to give Kenny a slightly longer jacket and finished off the front edges and around the hood and sleeves with a row of rev sc.
Inner Hood
Using brown, I made a hair cap - all sts in both loops - added a few extra rounds until it could be pulled around to frame his face. I anchored the centre top of the hair cap with a stitch. I then stretched the haircap around Kenny’s neck and secured with a few stitches and added a little tie with a piece of brown yarn.

viewed 57 times | helped 2 people
Finished
October 31 2018
November 9 2018
About this pattern
LindaDavie's star rating
LindaDavie's difficulty rating
566 projects, in 539 queues
  • Project created: October 31, 2018
  • Finished: November 11, 2018
  • Updated: January 11, 2019
  • Progress updates: 6 updates