KristieMN

Little Mouse Pattern

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:) thank you :) It was fun doing, Iv never tried anything like that b4

Im gonna try the kisses now :) ok i did kisses also :) it was fun, okok im hooked lol

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Well Done.

My girl friend has some mouses and they are getting very fast babies. If i had seen your mouses first i would say here. I*m gonna say here now. It*s a good idea. ;)

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:cheer :cheer :cheer YEA RENEE!! knew ya could do it. and a very good job too. :yay:clap :clap

 

Saw your "kiss" also.....you are on a roll now.......(let's see how many more patterns does Kristie have on here now?? lady bug, snail, horse, cow, firefly, etc ;) and then the 1's she has for sale on etsy)

 

(wonders how i can add more hours to the day.....:think :think

 

Sandy

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Kristie, you are so talented! Those mice are the cutest I've ever seen -- have your pattern printing right now!

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I haven't been on in a while and I just clicked on this. These are the

cutest mice I've ever seen. This a great pattern. You are really

talented!

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Thank you!!

I am glad you all like it!!

 

I cant tell you how many of these little guys I have made!

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K lol you fig out the cheese lol, a friend adopted my mouse :( oh well dont have to feed that one now bahahaha. I told her you made the pattern

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Dropped everything to make a couple of mice as soon as I printed out the pattern (post #83). Definitely one of the cutest patterns ever and worked up great, too! Kristie, you are a very talented designer!

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Kristy,

The mouse is sooo cute. I'm new to crocheting but have fallen in love with all the little animals everyone is posting. Can't wait to try my hand at it!:D :D :D

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Cute! I'm printing it now and putting it in my todo pile. Christmas gift ideas, here we go! I'll post a px if I get that to work when I'm done!

 

todo:sweater for daughter, ladybugpurse (original design), calla lily pin, ruffle socks for daughter's friend, and then on to Christmas!

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I lurve your lil mousie pattern! So far I've made three but gave my first one away. It was purple with orange ear parts.

 

Here's #2 and #3 I plan to try lots of different yarns with them and give them to friends with kitties and pop one in my swap packages too! Thank you Kristie!

 

CamoMouse.jpg

 

 

Unfinished because Sammie doesn't want to give this one up.

FuzzyMouse.jpg

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Mox...they look great!

I just finished one up this afternoon out of camo yarn too!

 

I am glad you like the pattern!

thank you for sharing the pictures!

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thanx muchly---too cute...gonna make a couple for my cats &fill them with the catnit I grew & dried for them!!!!

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I made this little mouse. She's very easy to make and soooooooooo cute! Thanks for the pattern, Moll

 

This hasnt been tested.. Let me know if you find any corrections!

 

Do no sell this pattern!!

Kristiemice.jpg

 

Mouse

 

I used ww yarn, and an F hook.

Do not join rounds, the mouse is made in one complete spiral.

Use stitch markers or safety pins to mark end of each round

Starting at nose, and working down to tail:

Ch 2

1) 6sc in 2nd chain from hook

2) (2 sc in first sc, sc in next sc) repeat around ( 9 sc)

3) (2 sc in first sc, sc in next 2 sc) repeat around (12 sc)

4) sc in each sc around

5) (2 sc in first sc, sc in next 3 sc) repeat around (15 sc)

It is easiest if you embroider face here

6) sc in each sc around

7) (2 sc in first sc, sc in next 4 sc) repeat around (18 sc)

8) (2 sc in first sc, sc in next 5 sc) repeat around (21 sc)

9) sc in each sc around

10) (2 sc in first sc, sc in next 6 sc) repeat around (24 sc)

11) sc in each sc around.

12) (sc dec, sc in next 4 sc) repeat around ( 20 sc)

13) (sc dec, sc in next 3 sc) repeat around (16 sc)

14) (sc dec, sc in next 2 sc) repeat around (12 sc)

Stuff

15) (sc dec, sc in next sc) repeat around (8 sc)

16) sc dec around (4 sc)

Do not finish off

Chain 12 (this will become the tail)

Slip stitch in 2nd chain from tail, and in remaining chains going up to body.

Finish off leaving long tail.

Use long tail to close hole if necessary, weave in end.

Ear (make 2)

Chain 2

1) 6 sc in 2nd chain from hook

2) 2 sc in each sc around (12 sc)

DO NOT JOIN THIS LAST ROUND

Finish off. (by not joining, it gives you a few slightly flatter stitches, this part gets sewn on to mouse)

Contrast Ear (make 2)

With contrast color,

Chain 2

1) 5 sc in 2nd chain from hook

Join to first sc, and finish off leaving long tail

Sew contrast to ears

Sew ears to mouse.

Placement notes: I cross stitched a small “X†at the very tip of mouse for nose. (in pink)

I sewed on small button doll eyes between rows 2-3 for eyes

I sewed the ears on, using row 5.

Enjoy your mouse!

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