hooked_on_anime: Pink crochet hook pulling light blue yarn through slip knot to make first chain stitch. (Pulling through)
By request, the pattern for Smudge the Fire Spider from Jim C. Hines' Jig the Goblin series, in three parts. This is only my second attempt at making a pattern by working backwards, and while I feel better about it than my previous one, please feel free to let me know if you think it is lacking in any way.

This post contains many images, so it is probably not safe for dial-up.

Part One: Basic Spider Pattern )

Part Two: Adding Fluff )

Part Three: Setting Fluff on Fire )

And that's all there is! Happy fire-spider making ♥

PS: If anyone wants to make a knitting pattern based on this, or just wants to point to a spider pattern for knitters instead or something, you have my gratitude/blessing/general happiness that I don't have to do it myself (especially since I don't knit ^^a). Thanks!

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hooked_on_anime: Pink crochet hook directed by green arrow to pull light blue yarn through slip knot of same to make chain stitch. (Make your first stitch)
[NOTICE:] As of 27 May 2012, I have an updated, better version of this pattern posted. It can be found here. I will be leaving this version of the pattern up in case anyone likes it better. [/NOTICE]

Here it is, folks, your free Perry the Inaction Figure (crochet version) pattern! For an excellent (also free!) tutorial on crochet and amigurumi, please go here. For a look at roughly how the pattern should turn out, as well as reference while you make your own, there are images at the end of this post.

Please note that this is my first pattern, and I will have likely made many mistakes. As such, if you find them, or figure something out that makes the pattern look better to you, please feel free to let me know/do that/otherwise disregard explicit directions here. It is certainly not perfect, and I am much too lazy to actually go through and find out the number of rows required for a number of measurements, etc. Thank you, and I hope your project goes well!

Perry the Pattern )

Once more, if you find any problems with this pattern, or have any difficulty with it, feel free to contact me, and I'll do my best to correct the problems/help you out. Happy stitching!

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