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And we're (finally) done, woo! Cloud's accessories patterns are also done :3b


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.

Boots (make 2)
Round 1: Dc 12
Round 2: Dc 24 (dc 2 in 1 x 12)
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 (total of 35 stitches)
Round 9: Dc 2 tog, dc 33 (total of 34 stitches)
Round 10: Dc 2 tog, dc 32 (total of 33 stitches)
Round 11: Dc 2 tog, dc 31 (total of 32 stitches)
Round 12: Dc 2 tog, dc 4, sc 21, dc 5
Round 13: Dc 2 tog, dc 4, dc 20, dc 5
Round 14: Tc 1, dc 4, sc 1, sl st 1
Finish

Ch two rings the circumference of the boot. Sew them on approximately a ch's width apart.

Gloves (make 2)
Round 1: Dc 12
Round 2: Dc 24 (dc 2 in 1 x 12)
Round 3: Sc 36 ([sc 2 in 1, sc 1] x 12)
Round 4: Blsc 36
Round 5: Dc 36
Round 6: Dc 2 tog, dc 34 (total of 35 stitches)
Round 7: Dc 2 tog, dc 33 (total of 34 stitches)
Finish

Shoulder Guards (make 2)
Row 1: Ch 6; ch 2 to turn
Row 2: Dc 2 in 1, dc 4, dc 2 in 1 (8 stitches)
Row 3: Dc 2 in 1, dc 6, dc 2 in 1 (10 stitches)
Row 4: Dc 10
Row 5: Dc 2 tog, dc 6, dc 2 tog (8 stitches)
Row 6: Dc 2 tog, dc 4, dc 2 tog (6 stitches)
Row 7: Dc 2 tog, dc 2, dc 2 tog (4 stitches)
Fin

Coat
The coat is made in several pieces in order to make the arm and wing holes work. I will mark these to the best of my ability.
PIECE ONE:
Row 1: Ch 24; ch 2 to turn
Row 2 thru 8: Dc 24
Row 9: [Tc, dc 2] in 1, dc 22, [dc 2, tc] in 1 (28 stitches)
Row 10: [Tc, dc 2] in 1, dc 26, [dc 2, tc] in 1 (34 stitches)
Row 11: [Tc, dc 2] in 1, dc 30, [dc 2, tc] in 1 (40 stitches)
Row 12: [Tc, dc 2] in 1, dc 27; this is where Piece One breaks to form the wing hole
Row 13: Dc 31, [Tc, dc 2] in 1, ch 15
PIECE TWO:
Row 1: Start 5 stitches from the end of Row 13, Piece One; dc 2 tog, dc 8, dc 2 tog (10 stitches)
Row 2: Dc 2 tog, dc 6, dc 2 tog (8 stitches)
Row 3: Dc 2 tog, dc 4, dc 2 tog (6 stitches)
Row 4: Dc 2 tog, dc 3; this is where Piece Two breaks to form the right arm hole.
Row 5: Dc 2, dc 2 tog
PIECE THREE
Row 1: Start in the final Tc of Row 11, Piece One; [Tc 1, dc 2] in 1, dc 2
Row 2: Dc 4, [dc 2, tc 1] in 1; ch 15
PIECE FOUR*
Row 1: Start in the final dc of Row 13, Piece One; Dc 1, dc 2 tog
Row 2: Dc 2 tog
Row 3: Dc 2 in 1
PIECE FIVE*
Row 1: Start in the first dc of Row 2, Piece Three; dc 2 tog
Row 2: Dc 1
Row 3: Ch 5, sl st 1 into the nearest
Row 4: Dc 2 tog, dc 3
Row 5: Dc 2, dc 2 tog
Fin

Attach the lengths of 15 ch to the end of the final rows of Piece Two and Piece Five; these will form the arm holes. Crochet the sleeves into/onto these.

* These two are the only two I'm really unsure about WRT placement. I went through and drew the pattern out on graph paper and couldn't quite get it right – probably because I had to scrunch up some of the increases to make the whole thing fit, but whatever. The idea is to form an open square through which Sephy-kins' wing will fit. Just make sure that happens and you're golden.

Sleeves (make 2)
Row 1: Dc 34
Row 2 thru 8: Dc 34
Row 9: Switch to gray; bldc 34
Finish



I hope y'all enjoy clothing your ponies!
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