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Crocheted Bat – Crocheted Charizard, Free Patterns

Crocheted Bat - Crocheted Charizard, Free Patterns, Crocheted Bat

Crocheted Bat – Charizard crochet pattern – Crocheted Charizard – Free Crocheted Patterns

Hello guys. Today I will share with you the Crocheted Bat and Crocheted Charizard patterns. You can knit these models as you wish. You can get a softer texture by knitting with plush yarn. You can develop projects as you wish. You can also enable us to publish your projects by sharing them with us. We would be pleased to refer you to our published projects.

Bat and Charizard Free Patterns How to Crochet

If you’re interested in making a stuffed animal for your child, you can find free crochet patterns here. These patterns are great for kids of all ages. There are lots of free, simple crochet patterns available. The first is a bat. This design is easy to make and is made with slip stitches. Just be sure to work the slip stitches into the coordinating gaps in the sts along the far edge and along the top and bottom. After you’ve finished working on it, you can start attaching the wings and stuffing them into the fuselage.

Bats are known to have a bad reputation. Many people see them as bloodsuckers, but they are actually a vital part of our ecosystem. Using a sonar-like system called echolocation, these animals can travel through the air. As a result, they play a crucial role in pollination by pollinating many crops and trees. Therefore, you should not be afraid of them.

Materials:
 Lead or Orange yarn;
 Cream Yarn;
 Red or Teal yarn;
 White Yarn;
 4mm and 2,5mm crochet hooks;
 Fiberfill;
 Tapestry needle;
 Scissors;
 Red, black and white fabric paint;
 Paint-brush;
 Contact glue;
 Hair-brush.
Notes:
  I always do my crochet works using continuous rounds;
 Everytime I will do a crochet work, the first thing I do is take a look in the entirely pattern before start doing it, so, I can have an idea of how the pattern works. Well, I recommend you to do the same;
 For sewing the pieces together you will use the tapestry needle;
 To make the eyes you will use the felt and the fabric paint;
 To make the Fire in his tail you will use yarn and a hair-brush;
 Please be extremely careful while handling the wire, it may hurt you if you don’t handle it properly.

– Body (lead or orange yarn):
1

Round 1: 8sc in mr (8)
Round 2: inc (16)
Round 3: sc, inc (24)
Round 4: sc 2, inc (32)
Round 5: sc 3, inc (40)
Round 6: sc 4, inc (48)
Round 7-20: sc in each (48)
Round 21: sc 10, dec (44)
Round 22: sc 9, dec (40)
Round 23: sc 8, dec (36)
Round 24: sc 7, dec (32)
Round 25: sc in each sc (32)
Round 26: sc 6, dec (28)
Round 27: sc 5, dec (24)
*start stuffing
Round 28: sc in each sc (24)
Round 29: sc 10, dec (22)
Round 30: sc in each sc (22)
Round 31: sc 9, dec (20)
Round 32: sc 8, dec (18)
Round 33-39: sc in each sc (18)
Now, we are going to work in rows.
Row 40: sc 16, turn (16)
Row 41: (14)
Row 42: (12)
Row 43: (10)
Row 44: (8)
Row 45: (6)
Finish off and leave a long tail to sew the head.

– Tail (lead or orange yarn):
2

Round 1 : Sc 8 in magic ring (8)
Round 2: Sc in each sc (8)
Round 3: (2 Sc, 2sc in next sc) repeat 2 times, then, sc and 2 sc in next sc (11)
Round 4-8: Sc in each sc (11)
Round 9: (sc 3, 2 sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 2 and 2 sc in next sc (14)
Round 10-14: sc in each sc (14)
Round 15: (sc 4, 2 sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 3 and 2 sc in next sc (17)
Round 16-20: sc in each sc (17)
** Start stuffng
Round 21: (sc 5, 2 sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 4 and 2 sc in next sc (20)
Round 22-26: sc in each sc (20)
Round 27: (sc 6, 2 sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 5 and 2 sc in next sc (23)
Round 28-31: sc in each sc (23)
Round 32: (sc 7, 2 sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 6 and 2 sc in next sc (26)
Round 33-34: sc in each sc (26)
Round 35: (sc 8, sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 7 and 2 sc in next sc (29)
Round 36: sc in each sc (29)
Round 37: (sc 9, sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 8 and 2 sc in next sc (32)
Round 38: sc in each sc (32)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Arms (lead or orange yarn):
3

Round 1: 10 sc in magic ring (10)
Round 2-4: sc in each sc (10)
Round 5: sc 3, dec in next 2 sc (8)
Round 6-14: sc in each sc (8)
Round 15: sc 3, inc (10)
Round 16: sc 4, inc (12)
Round 17: sc in each sc (12)
Row 18: sc 8, turn (8)
Row 19: sc 8, turn (8)
Row 20: skip first sc, sc 4, dec next 2 sc (6)
Row 21: skip first sc, sc 2, dec in next 2 sc (4)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Underbelly (cream yarn):
4

Row 1: ch 9, sc 8 (8)
Row 2: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 6, 2 sc in last sc (10)
Row 3: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 8, 2 sc in last sc (12)
Row 4: ch1, turn, Sc in each Sc (12)
Row 5: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 10, 2 sc in last sc (14)
Row 6: ch1, turn, Sc in each Sc (14)
Row 7: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 12, 2 sc in last sc (16)
Row 8: ch1, turn, sc in each sc (16)
Row 9: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 14, 2 sc in last sc (18)
Row 10: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc (18)
Row 11: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 16, 2 sc in last sc (20)
Row 12-18: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc (20)
Row 19: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 16, dec (18)
Row 20: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 14, dec (16)
Row 21: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 12, dec (14)
Row 22-30: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc (14)
Row 31: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 10, dec (12)
Row 32-34: ch1, turn, sc in each sc (12)
Row 35: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 8, dec (10)
Row 36: sc 4, dec next 2 sc, sc 4 (9)
Row 37: sc in each sc (9)
Row 38: sc 4, dec next 2 sc, sc 3 (8)
Row 39: sc in each sc (8)
Row 40: sc 3, dec next 2 sc, sc 3 (7)
Row 41-43: sc in each sc (7)
Row 44: sc 3, dec in next 2 sc, sc 2 (6)
Row 45-47: sc in each sc (6)
Row 48: sc 2, dec in next 2 sc, sc 2 (5)
Row 49-52: sc in each sc (5)
Row 53: sc 2, dec in next 2 sc, sc (4)
Row 54-58: sc in each sc (4)
Row 59: sc, dec over 2 sc, sc (3)
Row 60-62: sc in each sc (3)
Row 63: sc, dec next 2 sc (2)
Row 64: sc in each sc (2)
Row 65: dec (1)
Border: ch 1, sc around the edge to make the border. Finish off.

– Legs (lead or orange yarn):
5

Round 1: 8 sc in magic ring (8)
Round 2: 2 sc in each sc (16)
Round 3: sc, 2 sc in next sc (24)
Round 4: sc in each sc (24)
Round 5: sc 2, 2 sc in next sc (32)
Round 6-11: sc in each sc (32)
Round 12: sc 2, dec into next 2 sc (24)
Round 13: sc in each sc(24)
Round 14: sc 6, dec into next 2 sc (21)
Round 15: sc 5, dec into next 2 sc (18)
Round 16: sc, dec into next 2 sc (12)
Round 17: sc in each sc (12)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Feet (lead or orange yarn):
6

Round 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
Round 3: sc 2, 2 sc in next sc (16)
Round 4-8: sc in each sc (16)
Round 9: 2 sc, dec (12)
Round 10: dec (6)
Round 11: dec 2 times (2)
Finish off.

– Fingers and Claws:
7

** Start using white and a 2.5mm hook
Round 1: 3 sc in magic ring (3)
** Change to lead or orange yarn
Round 2: sc, inc, sc (4)
Round 3: sc, inc (6)
Round 4: sc in each sc (6)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Toes and toenails:
8

** Start using white yarn and 2.5mm hook.
Round 1: 3 sc in magic ring (3)
Round 2: sc, inc, sc (4)
Round 3: sc, sc, inc, sc (5)
**Change to lead or orange yarn.
Round 4: sc, sc, inc, sc, sc (6)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Feet’s underside (cream yarn):
9

Row 1: ch 2, sc (1)
Row 2: ch1, turn, 3 sc in the sc (3)
Row 3-4: ch1, sc in each sc (3)
Row 5: ch1, dec from the first stitch to the last (1)
Ch 1 and sc around the edge. Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Wings:
10

** We are going to make 2 wings in lead or orange and 2 in red or teal.
Piece number 1 (make 4: 2 in lead or orange and 2 in red or teal)
Row 1: ch 2, hdc 1 (1)
Row 2: ch 1, turn, increase (2)
Row 3: ch 1, turn, increase, hdc (3)
Row 4: ch 1, turn, hdc, hdc, increase (4)
Row 5: ch1, turn, increase, 3 hdc (5)
Row 6: ch1, turn, 4 hdc, increase (6)
Row 7: ch1, turn, increase, 5 hdc (7)
Row 8: ch1, turn, 6 hdc, inc (8)
Row 9: ch1, turn, increase, 7 hdc (9)
Row 10: ch 1, turn, 8 hdc, increase (10)
Row 11: ch1, turn, increase, 9 hdc (11)
Row 12: ch1, 10 hdc, increase (12)
Row 13: ch1, turn, increase, 11 hdc (13)
Row 14: ch2, trc, dc, hdc, sc, sl st 4, sc, hdc, dc, trc, dtrc (13)
Finish off.

Piece number 2 (make 4: 2 in lead or orange and 2 in red or teal)
Row 1: ch 2, hdc 1 (1)
Row 2: ch 1, turn, increase (2)
Row 3: ch 1, turn, increase, hdc (3)
Row 4: ch 1, turn, hdc, hdc, increase (4)
Row 5: ch1, turn, increase, 3 hdc (5)
Row 6: ch1, turn, 4 hdc, increase (6)
Row 7: ch1, turn, increase, 5 hdc (7)
Row 8: ch1, turn, 6 hdc, inc, ch 10 (18)
Row 9: ch 2, 18 hdc (18)
Row 10: ch1, turn, hdc in each hdc (18)
Row 11: ch1, turn, hdc in each hdc (18)
Row 12: ch1, turn, hdc in each hdc (18)
Row 13: ch1, turn, hdc in each hdc (18)
Row 14: ch2, turn, trc, dc, hdc, sc, sl st until the end (18)
Finish off.

– Wing’s horns (lead or orange yarn):
11

Round 1: 5 sc in magic ring (5)
Round 2-4: sc in each sc (5)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Head (lead or orange yarn):
12

Well, when I was making this pattern and until today, I was very indecisive about his snout size. However, I figure out that the two sizes I was thinking about are good, it is just a matter of style.
So, I will post the two versions here and let you decide which one you like. One is shorter than the other. In the photos I used the shorter snout, but I also like the other one.
The difference between them is one row. In the longer one, you are going to crochet one more row of single crochet before starting the Round: sc 9, inc, sc 8 (19).
The video tutorial teaches how to do the longer version, but it also works to the shorter version. Just remember to reduce one round of single crochet.

Option 1: Head with shorter snout:
Round 1: ch 6, sc 4, 3sc in next ch, sc 3, inc (12)
Round 2: 2 sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next 3 sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next 2 sc (18)
Round 3-7: sc in each sc (18)
Round 8: sc 9, inc, sc 8 (19)
Round 9: sc, inc, sc, inc in next 6 sc, sc 10 (26)
Round 10: sc 7, inc in next 6 sc, sc 4, inc in next 2 sc, sc 7 (34)
Round 11: sc, inc in next 2 sc, sc 31 (36)
Round 12-16: sc in each sc (36)
Round: 17: sc 4, dec (30)
Round 18: sc 3, dec (24)
Round 19: sc 2, dec (18)
*Start stuffng
Round 20: sc, dec (12)
Round 21: dec (6)
Finish off.

Option 2: Head with longer snout:
Round 1: ch 6, sc 4, 3sc in next ch, sc 3, inc (12)
Round 2: 2 sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next 3 sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next 2 sc (18)
Round 3-8: sc in each sc (18)
Round 9: sc 9, inc, sc 8 (19)
Round 10: sc, inc, sc, inc in next 6 sc, sc 10 (26)
Round 11: sc 7, inc in next 6 sc, sc 4, inc in next 2 sc, sc 7 (34)
Round 12: sc, inc in next 2 sc, sc 31 (36)
Round 13-17: sc in each sc (36)
Round: 18: sc 4, dec (30)
Round 19: sc 3, dec (24)
Round 20: sc 2, dec (18)
*Start stuffng
Round 21: sc, dec (12)
Round 22: dec (6)
Finish off.

– Snout (lead or orange yarn):
13

The first step of the snout will vary depending on the option of head you choose. If you choose option 1 (head with shorther snout), you will make the option 1 of snout, which has 27 ch. If you choose option 2 (head with longer snout), you will make the option 2 of snout, which has 31 ch.

I’ve made a video to teach you how to do the snout. In this video I’m explaning how to do OPITION 2 of snout:

Option 1 of snout (head with shorther snout):
14

First step:
Row 1: ch 27 (27)
Row 2: turn, sc 26 from the second chain from hook (26)
Row 3-4: ch1, turn, sc in each sc (26)
Finish off.

Second step:
15

Now, lets work in the center and in rows.
Row 1: Ch 1 in the 10th sc and then hdc in the same sc, 5 hdc, skip the next st, 2
sl st (sl st always along the side of the snout).

ch1 in the 10th sc and then hdc in the same stitch
Row 2-5: turn, skip the 2 sl st, 6 hdc, skip one stitch and sl st in next 2 stitches.

Finish off.

Option 2 of snout (head with longer snout):
16

First step:
Row 1: ch 31 (31)
Row 2: turn, sc 30 from the second chain from hook (30)
Row 3-4: ch1, turn, sc in each sc (30)
Finish off.

Second step:
17

Now, lets work in the center and in rows.
Row 1: Ch 1 in the 12th sc and then hdc in the same sc, 5 hdc, skip the next stitch, 2
sl st (sl st always along the side of the snout).

ch1 in the 12th sc and then hdc in the same stitch
Row 2-5: turn, skip the 2 sl st, 6 hdc, skip one stitch and sl st in next 2 stitches.

Finish off.

– Horns (lead or orange yarn):
18

Round 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2-4: sc in each sc (6)
Round 5: sc 2, inc (8)
Round 6-7: sc in each sc (8)
Round 8: 2 sc 3, inc, sc 4 (9)
Round 9-10: sc in each sc (9)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Eyebrows (lead or orange yarn):

Round 1: 3 sc in magic ring (3)
Round 2-9: sc in each sc (3)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Nostrils (lead or orange yarn):

Row 1: ch 3, turn, sc 2 from the second chain from hook (2)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Let's finish this
19

1. The first step is sewing the head to the body. Although, first we have to cut some wire to insert in Charizard’s body, which will give his neck some support:

I. Cut some wire in the size of twice his full body (if the head was already sewn to his body);

Wire
II. Then, bend the wire, which should be at the same size of his full body (if the head was already sewn to his body);

III. Bend the tips of the wire and wrap them with adhesive tape:

Bend the tips of the wire

Wrap with adhesive tape
IV. Now, insert it inside his body already stuffed with fiberfill;

V. Finally, stick the end of the wire in his head end sew it to his body.

(The step below has a photo tutorial that it is similar and will help you in this first step too)

2. In the second step we are going to sew the tail to the body. First, stuff the tail and then you are going to put some wire in his tail, which will make it poseable:

I. Cut some wire and bend it in the same size as his tail:

Cut some wire and bend it in the same size as his tail
II. Bend the tips:

Bend the tips
III. Wrap the tips with adhesive tape:

Wrap the tips with adhesive tape
IV. Put the wire in his tail:

Put the wire in his tail
Put the wire in his tail
V. Sew the tail to his body.

3. In the third step it is time to sew his arms to the body. First, stuff the arms and then cut some wire and insert it in his arms, following the same steps above. After that, sew those arms;

4. In the fourth step you are going to sew his wings:

I. First, sew the two parts of the wings together with a double wire between them. This wire must be taller then the wing, because it will works as a support for the wing’s horn:

Sew the two parts of the wings together with a double wire between them

Sew the two parts of the wings together with a duble wire between them
II. After that, cut some wire in the shape bellow, which is the wing’s shape, but cut it in twice the right size, because afterward you will bend it to make a double wire. Moreover, it is necessary to leave a long double wire coming out of the extremity which will be sewn to the body (take a look in the photos bellow). This long double wire it will works as a support for the wing and it needs to be long, because it is going to penetrate his body and reach his legs (Soon, I will explain this better):

In this photo the wire is not bended. Please, remember to bend to make it double. This is necessary to give more support to the wings.

Here it is the long double wire. It needs to be long enought to penetrate Charizard’s body and reach his legs.
III. Now position the double wire between the two sides of the wings and sew them together with the double wire between them:

In this photo the wire is not bended. Please, remember to bend to make it double. This is necessary to give more support to the wings.
IV. When you finish sewing, it should looks like this:

Wings sewn
V. Now, use the contact glue to glue the red and lead parts together.

IV. After that, it is time to put the two wings in the body. First, stick the long double wire near his neck in the middle of his back until it reaches his legs in the same way as the photos bellow. This is necessary to give support to his wings.

Stick the long double wire near his neck in the middle of his back

V. Then, sew the wings to his body.

Wings sewn

5. Sew the underbelly to the body and tail;

6. Sew the legs to the body;

7. Sew the feet to the legs;

8. Sew the fingers and toes;

9. Sew the snout to the head in the same places as shown in the photos bellow:

Last round of his snout

Almost in the middle of his head
10. Now, sew the inner part of the snout to his head, which will guarantee that nobody will be able to pull up the snout:

snout

11. Sew the horns to the head;

12. In the 12th step you will sew the eyebrows and nostrils to the head

I. First, draw in a paper two molds of his eyes;

II. Position the eyes in his head and pin them with adhesive tape in the best place;

III. Sew the eyebrows following the mold;

IV. Now, sew the nostrils in his snout.

13. Now, let’s make his fire:

I. Cut some pieces of yellow and orange yarn;

II. Atach them to his tail, like that:

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

III. Untagle the yarn, like that:

untangle

untangle

IV. Brush the yarn and it is finished.

brush

brush

14. Finally, it is time to make his eyes

I. Pick up the molds that you have already done and pin them with adhesive tape in a white felt;

II. Cut the white felt;

III. Now, you will paint his eyes. First, paint his iris, which should be red (shiny) or blue (usual)

eyes4

IV. Wait for the paint to dry and then paint his pupil using black

V. Again, wait for the paint to dry and then paint the light reflect using white

VI. After the paint has dried, use the contact glue to glue the eyes in his face

15. The last thing to do is his teeths. Use white felt to make them. Cut the felt and glue inside his snout, leaving the tooth tip visible.

Ingredients

Materials:
 Lead or Orange yarn;
 Cream Yarn;
 Red or Teal yarn;
 White Yarn;
 4mm and 2,5mm crochet hooks;
 Fiberfill;
 Tapestry needle;
 Scissors;
 Red, black and white fabric paint;
 Paint-brush;
 Contact glue;
 Hair-brush.
Notes:
  I always do my crochet works using continuous rounds;
 Everytime I will do a crochet work, the first thing I do is take a look in the entirely pattern before start doing it, so, I can have an idea of how the pattern works. Well, I recommend you to do the same;
 For sewing the pieces together you will use the tapestry needle;
 To make the eyes you will use the felt and the fabric paint;
 To make the Fire in his tail you will use yarn and a hair-brush;
 Please be extremely careful while handling the wire, it may hurt you if you don’t handle it properly.

Directions

– Body (lead or orange yarn):
1

Round 1: 8sc in mr (8)
Round 2: inc (16)
Round 3: sc, inc (24)
Round 4: sc 2, inc (32)
Round 5: sc 3, inc (40)
Round 6: sc 4, inc (48)
Round 7-20: sc in each (48)
Round 21: sc 10, dec (44)
Round 22: sc 9, dec (40)
Round 23: sc 8, dec (36)
Round 24: sc 7, dec (32)
Round 25: sc in each sc (32)
Round 26: sc 6, dec (28)
Round 27: sc 5, dec (24)
*start stuffing
Round 28: sc in each sc (24)
Round 29: sc 10, dec (22)
Round 30: sc in each sc (22)
Round 31: sc 9, dec (20)
Round 32: sc 8, dec (18)
Round 33-39: sc in each sc (18)
Now, we are going to work in rows.
Row 40: sc 16, turn (16)
Row 41: (14)
Row 42: (12)
Row 43: (10)
Row 44: (8)
Row 45: (6)
Finish off and leave a long tail to sew the head.

– Tail (lead or orange yarn):
2

Round 1 : Sc 8 in magic ring (8)
Round 2: Sc in each sc (8)
Round 3: (2 Sc, 2sc in next sc) repeat 2 times, then, sc and 2 sc in next sc (11)
Round 4-8: Sc in each sc (11)
Round 9: (sc 3, 2 sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 2 and 2 sc in next sc (14)
Round 10-14: sc in each sc (14)
Round 15: (sc 4, 2 sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 3 and 2 sc in next sc (17)
Round 16-20: sc in each sc (17)
** Start stuffng
Round 21: (sc 5, 2 sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 4 and 2 sc in next sc (20)
Round 22-26: sc in each sc (20)
Round 27: (sc 6, 2 sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 5 and 2 sc in next sc (23)
Round 28-31: sc in each sc (23)
Round 32: (sc 7, 2 sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 6 and 2 sc in next sc (26)
Round 33-34: sc in each sc (26)
Round 35: (sc 8, sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 7 and 2 sc in next sc (29)
Round 36: sc in each sc (29)
Round 37: (sc 9, sc in next sc) repet 2 times, then, sc 8 and 2 sc in next sc (32)
Round 38: sc in each sc (32)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Arms (lead or orange yarn):
3

Round 1: 10 sc in magic ring (10)
Round 2-4: sc in each sc (10)
Round 5: sc 3, dec in next 2 sc (8)
Round 6-14: sc in each sc (8)
Round 15: sc 3, inc (10)
Round 16: sc 4, inc (12)
Round 17: sc in each sc (12)
Row 18: sc 8, turn (8)
Row 19: sc 8, turn (8)
Row 20: skip first sc, sc 4, dec next 2 sc (6)
Row 21: skip first sc, sc 2, dec in next 2 sc (4)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Underbelly (cream yarn):
4

Row 1: ch 9, sc 8 (8)
Row 2: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 6, 2 sc in last sc (10)
Row 3: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 8, 2 sc in last sc (12)
Row 4: ch1, turn, Sc in each Sc (12)
Row 5: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 10, 2 sc in last sc (14)
Row 6: ch1, turn, Sc in each Sc (14)
Row 7: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 12, 2 sc in last sc (16)
Row 8: ch1, turn, sc in each sc (16)
Row 9: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 14, 2 sc in last sc (18)
Row 10: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc (18)
Row 11: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first sc, sc 16, 2 sc in last sc (20)
Row 12-18: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc (20)
Row 19: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 16, dec (18)
Row 20: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 14, dec (16)
Row 21: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 12, dec (14)
Row 22-30: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc (14)
Row 31: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 10, dec (12)
Row 32-34: ch1, turn, sc in each sc (12)
Row 35: ch 1, turn, dec, sc 8, dec (10)
Row 36: sc 4, dec next 2 sc, sc 4 (9)
Row 37: sc in each sc (9)
Row 38: sc 4, dec next 2 sc, sc 3 (8)
Row 39: sc in each sc (8)
Row 40: sc 3, dec next 2 sc, sc 3 (7)
Row 41-43: sc in each sc (7)
Row 44: sc 3, dec in next 2 sc, sc 2 (6)
Row 45-47: sc in each sc (6)
Row 48: sc 2, dec in next 2 sc, sc 2 (5)
Row 49-52: sc in each sc (5)
Row 53: sc 2, dec in next 2 sc, sc (4)
Row 54-58: sc in each sc (4)
Row 59: sc, dec over 2 sc, sc (3)
Row 60-62: sc in each sc (3)
Row 63: sc, dec next 2 sc (2)
Row 64: sc in each sc (2)
Row 65: dec (1)
Border: ch 1, sc around the edge to make the border. Finish off.

– Legs (lead or orange yarn):
5

Round 1: 8 sc in magic ring (8)
Round 2: 2 sc in each sc (16)
Round 3: sc, 2 sc in next sc (24)
Round 4: sc in each sc (24)
Round 5: sc 2, 2 sc in next sc (32)
Round 6-11: sc in each sc (32)
Round 12: sc 2, dec into next 2 sc (24)
Round 13: sc in each sc(24)
Round 14: sc 6, dec into next 2 sc (21)
Round 15: sc 5, dec into next 2 sc (18)
Round 16: sc, dec into next 2 sc (12)
Round 17: sc in each sc (12)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Feet (lead or orange yarn):
6

Round 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
Round 3: sc 2, 2 sc in next sc (16)
Round 4-8: sc in each sc (16)
Round 9: 2 sc, dec (12)
Round 10: dec (6)
Round 11: dec 2 times (2)
Finish off.

– Fingers and Claws:
7

** Start using white and a 2.5mm hook
Round 1: 3 sc in magic ring (3)
** Change to lead or orange yarn
Round 2: sc, inc, sc (4)
Round 3: sc, inc (6)
Round 4: sc in each sc (6)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Toes and toenails:
8

** Start using white yarn and 2.5mm hook.
Round 1: 3 sc in magic ring (3)
Round 2: sc, inc, sc (4)
Round 3: sc, sc, inc, sc (5)
**Change to lead or orange yarn.
Round 4: sc, sc, inc, sc, sc (6)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Feet’s underside (cream yarn):
9

Row 1: ch 2, sc (1)
Row 2: ch1, turn, 3 sc in the sc (3)
Row 3-4: ch1, sc in each sc (3)
Row 5: ch1, dec from the first stitch to the last (1)
Ch 1 and sc around the edge. Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Wings:
10

** We are going to make 2 wings in lead or orange and 2 in red or teal.
Piece number 1 (make 4: 2 in lead or orange and 2 in red or teal)
Row 1: ch 2, hdc 1 (1)
Row 2: ch 1, turn, increase (2)
Row 3: ch 1, turn, increase, hdc (3)
Row 4: ch 1, turn, hdc, hdc, increase (4)
Row 5: ch1, turn, increase, 3 hdc (5)
Row 6: ch1, turn, 4 hdc, increase (6)
Row 7: ch1, turn, increase, 5 hdc (7)
Row 8: ch1, turn, 6 hdc, inc (8)
Row 9: ch1, turn, increase, 7 hdc (9)
Row 10: ch 1, turn, 8 hdc, increase (10)
Row 11: ch1, turn, increase, 9 hdc (11)
Row 12: ch1, 10 hdc, increase (12)
Row 13: ch1, turn, increase, 11 hdc (13)
Row 14: ch2, trc, dc, hdc, sc, sl st 4, sc, hdc, dc, trc, dtrc (13)
Finish off.

Piece number 2 (make 4: 2 in lead or orange and 2 in red or teal)
Row 1: ch 2, hdc 1 (1)
Row 2: ch 1, turn, increase (2)
Row 3: ch 1, turn, increase, hdc (3)
Row 4: ch 1, turn, hdc, hdc, increase (4)
Row 5: ch1, turn, increase, 3 hdc (5)
Row 6: ch1, turn, 4 hdc, increase (6)
Row 7: ch1, turn, increase, 5 hdc (7)
Row 8: ch1, turn, 6 hdc, inc, ch 10 (18)
Row 9: ch 2, 18 hdc (18)
Row 10: ch1, turn, hdc in each hdc (18)
Row 11: ch1, turn, hdc in each hdc (18)
Row 12: ch1, turn, hdc in each hdc (18)
Row 13: ch1, turn, hdc in each hdc (18)
Row 14: ch2, turn, trc, dc, hdc, sc, sl st until the end (18)
Finish off.

– Wing’s horns (lead or orange yarn):
11

Round 1: 5 sc in magic ring (5)
Round 2-4: sc in each sc (5)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Head (lead or orange yarn):
12

Well, when I was making this pattern and until today, I was very indecisive about his snout size. However, I figure out that the two sizes I was thinking about are good, it is just a matter of style.
So, I will post the two versions here and let you decide which one you like. One is shorter than the other. In the photos I used the shorter snout, but I also like the other one.
The difference between them is one row. In the longer one, you are going to crochet one more row of single crochet before starting the Round: sc 9, inc, sc 8 (19).
The video tutorial teaches how to do the longer version, but it also works to the shorter version. Just remember to reduce one round of single crochet.

Option 1: Head with shorter snout:
Round 1: ch 6, sc 4, 3sc in next ch, sc 3, inc (12)
Round 2: 2 sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next 3 sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next 2 sc (18)
Round 3-7: sc in each sc (18)
Round 8: sc 9, inc, sc 8 (19)
Round 9: sc, inc, sc, inc in next 6 sc, sc 10 (26)
Round 10: sc 7, inc in next 6 sc, sc 4, inc in next 2 sc, sc 7 (34)
Round 11: sc, inc in next 2 sc, sc 31 (36)
Round 12-16: sc in each sc (36)
Round: 17: sc 4, dec (30)
Round 18: sc 3, dec (24)
Round 19: sc 2, dec (18)
*Start stuffng
Round 20: sc, dec (12)
Round 21: dec (6)
Finish off.

Option 2: Head with longer snout:
Round 1: ch 6, sc 4, 3sc in next ch, sc 3, inc (12)
Round 2: 2 sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next 3 sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next 2 sc (18)
Round 3-8: sc in each sc (18)
Round 9: sc 9, inc, sc 8 (19)
Round 10: sc, inc, sc, inc in next 6 sc, sc 10 (26)
Round 11: sc 7, inc in next 6 sc, sc 4, inc in next 2 sc, sc 7 (34)
Round 12: sc, inc in next 2 sc, sc 31 (36)
Round 13-17: sc in each sc (36)
Round: 18: sc 4, dec (30)
Round 19: sc 3, dec (24)
Round 20: sc 2, dec (18)
*Start stuffng
Round 21: sc, dec (12)
Round 22: dec (6)
Finish off.

– Snout (lead or orange yarn):
13

The first step of the snout will vary depending on the option of head you choose. If you choose option 1 (head with shorther snout), you will make the option 1 of snout, which has 27 ch. If you choose option 2 (head with longer snout), you will make the option 2 of snout, which has 31 ch.

I’ve made a video to teach you how to do the snout. In this video I’m explaning how to do OPITION 2 of snout:

Option 1 of snout (head with shorther snout):
14

First step:
Row 1: ch 27 (27)
Row 2: turn, sc 26 from the second chain from hook (26)
Row 3-4: ch1, turn, sc in each sc (26)
Finish off.

Second step:
15

Now, lets work in the center and in rows.
Row 1: Ch 1 in the 10th sc and then hdc in the same sc, 5 hdc, skip the next st, 2
sl st (sl st always along the side of the snout).

ch1 in the 10th sc and then hdc in the same stitch
Row 2-5: turn, skip the 2 sl st, 6 hdc, skip one stitch and sl st in next 2 stitches.

Finish off.

Option 2 of snout (head with longer snout):
16

First step:
Row 1: ch 31 (31)
Row 2: turn, sc 30 from the second chain from hook (30)
Row 3-4: ch1, turn, sc in each sc (30)
Finish off.

Second step:
17

Now, lets work in the center and in rows.
Row 1: Ch 1 in the 12th sc and then hdc in the same sc, 5 hdc, skip the next stitch, 2
sl st (sl st always along the side of the snout).

ch1 in the 12th sc and then hdc in the same stitch
Row 2-5: turn, skip the 2 sl st, 6 hdc, skip one stitch and sl st in next 2 stitches.

Finish off.

– Horns (lead or orange yarn):
18

Round 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
Round 2-4: sc in each sc (6)
Round 5: sc 2, inc (8)
Round 6-7: sc in each sc (8)
Round 8: 2 sc 3, inc, sc 4 (9)
Round 9-10: sc in each sc (9)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Eyebrows (lead or orange yarn):

Round 1: 3 sc in magic ring (3)
Round 2-9: sc in each sc (3)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

– Nostrils (lead or orange yarn):

Row 1: ch 3, turn, sc 2 from the second chain from hook (2)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Let's finish this
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1. The first step is sewing the head to the body. Although, first we have to cut some wire to insert in Charizard’s body, which will give his neck some support:

I. Cut some wire in the size of twice his full body (if the head was already sewn to his body);

Wire
II. Then, bend the wire, which should be at the same size of his full body (if the head was already sewn to his body);

III. Bend the tips of the wire and wrap them with adhesive tape:

Bend the tips of the wire

Wrap with adhesive tape
IV. Now, insert it inside his body already stuffed with fiberfill;

V. Finally, stick the end of the wire in his head end sew it to his body.

(The step below has a photo tutorial that it is similar and will help you in this first step too)

2. In the second step we are going to sew the tail to the body. First, stuff the tail and then you are going to put some wire in his tail, which will make it poseable:

I. Cut some wire and bend it in the same size as his tail:

Cut some wire and bend it in the same size as his tail
II. Bend the tips:

Bend the tips
III. Wrap the tips with adhesive tape:

Wrap the tips with adhesive tape
IV. Put the wire in his tail:

Put the wire in his tail
Put the wire in his tail
V. Sew the tail to his body.

3. In the third step it is time to sew his arms to the body. First, stuff the arms and then cut some wire and insert it in his arms, following the same steps above. After that, sew those arms;

4. In the fourth step you are going to sew his wings:

I. First, sew the two parts of the wings together with a double wire between them. This wire must be taller then the wing, because it will works as a support for the wing’s horn:

Sew the two parts of the wings together with a double wire between them

Sew the two parts of the wings together with a duble wire between them
II. After that, cut some wire in the shape bellow, which is the wing’s shape, but cut it in twice the right size, because afterward you will bend it to make a double wire. Moreover, it is necessary to leave a long double wire coming out of the extremity which will be sewn to the body (take a look in the photos bellow). This long double wire it will works as a support for the wing and it needs to be long, because it is going to penetrate his body and reach his legs (Soon, I will explain this better):

In this photo the wire is not bended. Please, remember to bend to make it double. This is necessary to give more support to the wings.

Here it is the long double wire. It needs to be long enought to penetrate Charizard’s body and reach his legs.
III. Now position the double wire between the two sides of the wings and sew them together with the double wire between them:

In this photo the wire is not bended. Please, remember to bend to make it double. This is necessary to give more support to the wings.
IV. When you finish sewing, it should looks like this:

Wings sewn
V. Now, use the contact glue to glue the red and lead parts together.

IV. After that, it is time to put the two wings in the body. First, stick the long double wire near his neck in the middle of his back until it reaches his legs in the same way as the photos bellow. This is necessary to give support to his wings.

Stick the long double wire near his neck in the middle of his back

V. Then, sew the wings to his body.

Wings sewn

5. Sew the underbelly to the body and tail;

6. Sew the legs to the body;

7. Sew the feet to the legs;

8. Sew the fingers and toes;

9. Sew the snout to the head in the same places as shown in the photos bellow:

Last round of his snout

Almost in the middle of his head
10. Now, sew the inner part of the snout to his head, which will guarantee that nobody will be able to pull up the snout:

snout

11. Sew the horns to the head;

12. In the 12th step you will sew the eyebrows and nostrils to the head

I. First, draw in a paper two molds of his eyes;

II. Position the eyes in his head and pin them with adhesive tape in the best place;

III. Sew the eyebrows following the mold;

IV. Now, sew the nostrils in his snout.

13. Now, let’s make his fire:

I. Cut some pieces of yellow and orange yarn;

II. Atach them to his tail, like that:

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

Attach the yarn to his tail

III. Untagle the yarn, like that:

untangle

untangle

IV. Brush the yarn and it is finished.

brush

brush

14. Finally, it is time to make his eyes

I. Pick up the molds that you have already done and pin them with adhesive tape in a white felt;

II. Cut the white felt;

III. Now, you will paint his eyes. First, paint his iris, which should be red (shiny) or blue (usual)

eyes4

IV. Wait for the paint to dry and then paint his pupil using black

V. Again, wait for the paint to dry and then paint the light reflect using white

VI. After the paint has dried, use the contact glue to glue the eyes in his face

15. The last thing to do is his teeths. Use white felt to make them. Cut the felt and glue inside his snout, leaving the tooth tip visible.

Crocheted Bat – Crocheted Charizard, Free Patterns

The bat pattern uses a worsted weight yarn and is perfect for beginners. Lion Brand Yarn is recommended for this project. This project is easy to complete if you have experience in Amigurumi. The finished bat will be about 5 inches (12 cm) tall and is made of mohair and stuffed with fiberfill. This is an intermediate pattern, but if you’re new to amigurumi this would be a great start.

The Crochet Bat pattern can be tricky if you’re not familiar with crochet. The thread of this model can be difficult to work with, so it is better to choose a smooth, beginner-friendly thread. If you’re a true fan of the Bat, this model is a great choice. However, there are several other free crochet patterns that are suitable for advanced beginners.

Crocheted Bat – Crocheted Charizard, Free Patterns (2022)

For a simple, beginner-friendly crochet bat, Charizard the Sir Batwington pattern is a great choice. This model is suitable for children. All you have to do is use basic amigurumi stitches and then sew the pieces together. If you’re a more advanced crocheter, you’ll want to make some amigurumi patterns for kids.

This bat pattern is great for kids. It contains a list of required materials for each piece. The model is designed to be easy to make and will make a fun gift for your child. All you need are basic amigurumi stitches and some basic yarn. To make the eyes you will need to attach a few pom-poms.

How To Crocheted Bat – Crocheted Charizard

This model is suitable for beginners. You will need a basic knowledge of crochet to make this design. The digital pattern includes both a written pattern and a table for beginners. The finished square will be about two inches long and five inches wide. This free pattern is suitable for both babies and adults. It will make a cute rattle. It can be used as a baby rattle.

The digital pattern comes with written instructions and a corner-to-corner graphic. It’s easy to make and perfect for beginners. It is a wonderful baby rattle and is made in two colors. Suitable for beginners, this model is also available in German. You need to know how to move the yarn while crocheting to fit. When you complete this project, it will be a fun addition to your child’s wardrobe.

The eyes and mouth are embroidered on the face. Hands and arms are made of magic ring. The tail will have ears and wings. You will also need a tail that can support the stuffed animal’s body. If you’re a beginner, you can try this crochet Bat or Charizard pattern to make a stuffed toy. You will have a wonderful stuffed toy!

Charizard crochet pattern

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Charizard crochet pattern
Charizard crochet pattern (2022)

If you’re looking for a fun and easy crochet pattern, try the Pokomen Charizard. These free amigurumi-style patterns are perfect for intermediate crocheters. The finished project is approximately 13 inches tall. He starts with a single row of Charcoal and then works in continuous rounds, making six spins in the first round (MR) and two in the second round (SR). Finish with a long tail to sew.

Rows 1-9 require the ch 1 turn and then sc in the second ch from the hook. Repeat this for the other rows of the pattern. Slip on the first sc to join the two rows and leave a long tail. Then, complete the rest of the body as instructed. Now it’s time to blindfold.

Charizard‘s first row is Rw 1. Start by making a chain of nine sc, then work one sc into the last sc of each row. Work the same with the other frequent needle, then repeat the Rw 1 stitch pattern until the chain is completely complete. Then make a sc in the last sc. Continue this pattern until the desired length is achieved.

Charizard crochet free pattern

Charizard crochet free pattern

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