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Aaaaand I give here. It's missing the boots and gloves (apparently I didn't record the pattern for the left glove either, at which I can only sigh) but it has the pullover and the belt/shoulder guard/suspenders combo? Apparently I actually did record the pattern for the left glove, I just mislabeled it. Way to fail, self.


A couple things before I get started!

1) It's been quite a while since I actually made these, so I don't remember how I put everything together. I wasn't so much on the writing-the-assembly-instructions-down thing with - well, any of my patterns, really, but these in particular. Moreover, I don't have the ponies themselves, so I can't look at them and figure out how I did stuff backwards. I'll try to include what I remember/can figure out from the pattern, but otherwise, YOU ARE ON YOUR OWN. Sorry! That's the way it is. I recommend looking at the pics of the accessories for help.

2) You can use these as a template for making your own clothes! I WILL NOT BE MAKING ANY NEW PATTERNS FOR NEW CLOTHES FOR YOU. Unless you pay me to do so.

3) Apparently I just wave my crochet hook and white science magic happens? Basically, I cannot guarantee what you make will turn out looking what I made.


What you need to know:
Crocheting in the round [spiral]
Single crochet (sc)
Double crochet (dc)
Slip stitch (sl st)
Back loop crochet (bl [stitch])
Front loop crochet (fl [stitch])
Increasing ([stitch] 2 in 1)
Decreasing [double crochet] ([stitch] 2 tog)
Popcorn

Where it says Row, that means you crochet in reversing rows. Assume ch 2 to turn when going into dc, ch 1 to turn when going into sc.
Where it says Round, that means you crochet in the round in a spiral.

Pullover Midsection:
Row 1: Ch 8 (last 2 to turn)
Row 2 thru 32: Dc 6
Fin

Sew top of last row to free loops of first row.

Shoulder Piece (make 2)
Row 1: Ch 3 (last 2 to turn)
Row 2: Dc 1
Row 3: Dc 2 in 1
Row 4: Dc 2 in1, dc 1 (dc 3)
Row 5: Dc 1, dc 2 in 1, dc 1 (dc 4)
Row 6: Dc 1, dc 2 in 1 x 2, dc 1 (dc 6)
Row 7: Dc 2, dc 2 in 1 x 2, dc 2 (dc 8)
Row 8: Sc 5, dc 5
Row 9: Dc 5, sc 2 in 1, sc 4
Row 10: Sc 6, dc 1, dc 2 in 1 x 2
Row 11: Dc 1, dc 2 in 1, sc 2 in 1, sc 4
Row 12: Sc 2, sc 2 in 1, dc 2
Row 13: Dc 2, sc 3
Row 14: Sc 3, dc 2 in 1, dc 1
Row 15: Dc 2, dc 2 in 1, sc 3
Fin

I kinda hate myself a little bit for these, but it's the only way I could figure out how to make the pullover work while looking good. I don't remember if that's actually the right order for the decreases and increases, but, again, can't actually check, so I hope they work out for y'all. Sew the shoulder pieces point to point on one side of the midsection piece by the flatter side; they should go all around the midsection. Sew the final rows of the shoulder pieces to one another.

Collar:
Row 1: Ch 12 (last 2 to turn)
Row 2 thru 31: Dc 10
Fin

Sew top of last row to free loops of first row. Then sew the collar to the dip of the shoulder pieces opposite where they're connected to the midsection piece.

Try the whole pullover on your pony and chain the appropriate number to link the front center of the collar to the point of the shoulder pieces

Shoulder Guard Top:
Round 1: Dc 12
Round 2: Dc 18 ([dc 2 in 1, dc 1] x 6)
Round 3: Dc 24 ([dc 2 in 1, dc 2] x 6)
Round 4: Dc 30 ([dc 2 in 1, dc 3] x 6)
Fin

Shoulder Guard Bottom:
Round 1: Dc 12
Round 2: Dc 24 (dc 2 in 1 all around)
Round 3: Dc 30 ([dc 2 in 1, dc 3] x 6)
Fin

Guess what else I didn't write down! That's right: The pattern for the bottom of Cloud's shoulder guard! Dunno if it'll actually work, etc, but it should be about right? Sew the bottom to the top; do stuff this.

Bolts: (make 3)
Round 1: Sc 6
Round 2: Blsc 6
Round 3: Dc 6
Fin

I didn't actually learn to popcorn until later in this pattern or I'd've used that instead of individually crocheted bolts. If you want to go untested, I'd say turn either the first or second stitch in the second, fourth, and sixth increases in Round 3 of the shoulder guard top into Pop 5.

Otherwise, attach the bolts evenly around Round 3 of the shoulder guard top.

Leather Flap:
Row 1: Ch 3 (last 1 to turn)
Row 2: Sc 2 in 1, sc 1
Row 3: Dc 2 in 1, dc 1, dc 2 in 1
Row 4: Dc 2 in 1, dc 1, pop 5, dc 1, dc 2 in1
Row 5: Dc 2, pop 5, dc 3, pop 5, dc 2
Row 6 thru 8: Dc 9
Fin

Sew to the edge of the shoulder guard.

Belt:
Row 1: Ch 7 (last 2 to turn)
Row 2 thru 33: Dc 4
Row 34: Dc 3, dc 2 in 1
Row 35, 36: Dc 5
Row 37: Dc 2 tog, dc 3
Fin

Sew top of last row to free loops of first row.

Try the belt on the pony over the pullover. To make the suspenders, ch from the points of the belt buckle area over the pony's shoulders to the back of the belt separated by about six rows; sc back. Attach the suspenders to the belt at the places you measured from. Sew the shoulder guard to the left suspender, positioned over the pony's shoulder.

Left Glove
Round 1: Start in brown; dc 12
Round 2: Dc 24 (dc 2 in 1 all around)
Round 3: Sc 36 ([sc 2 in 1, sc 1] x 12)
Round 4: Blsc 36
Round 5: Dc 36
Round 6: [Dc 2, Pop 5] x 4, Dc 23
Round 7: Dc 34 ([dc 16, dc 2 tog] x 2)
Round 8: Switch to gray; blsc 34
Round 9: Dc 1, (Pop 5, dc 4) all around
Round 10: Fldc 34
Round 11: Flsc 34
Round 12: (Pop 5, dc 4) all around
Round 13: Sc 34
Finish

Right Glove:
Round 1: Dc 12
Round 2: Dc 24 (dc 2 in 1 all around)
Round 3: Sc 36 ([sc 2 in 1, sc 1] x 12)
Round 4: Blsc 36
Round 5 thru 7: Dc 36
Round 8: Dc 2 tog, dc 34
Round 9: Dc 2 tog, dc 33
Round 10: Dc 34
Round 11: Switch to black; bldc 34
Round 12: Dc 34
Finish

Ch in gray long enough to encircle the right glove; cut; sew it down.



COMPLETE!

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