Finger Puppets

IMG_5491IMG_5525 IMG_5528Finger Puppets This same pattern can be used to make any of the finger puppets, all you need to do is alter the colour of your thread and add various accessories of your choice (hats, bags, glasses…) DMC Petra size 5 and 1.0mm hook (ecru, blue, white) Abbreviations: ch=chain, ss=slip stitch, sc=single crochet, 2sc=inc=increase (2sc in the same st), dec=decrease, hdc=half double crochet, dc=double crochet Head: with ecru, make a magic ring, work in rounds, close off each round with ss 1. 6sc into magic ring, join with ss (6) 2. ch1, 2sc in each st around, join with ss (12) 3. ch1, *sc, inc* repeat around, join with ss (18) 4. ch1, *sc, inc, sc* repeat around, join with ss (24) 5. ch1, *inc, sc, sc, sc* repeat around, join with ss (30) 6. ch1, sc in each st around, join with ss (30) 7. ch1, *sc, sc, sc, sc, inc* repeat around, join with ss (36) 8. ch1, sc in each st around, join with ss (36) 9.-13. repeat round 8. 14. ch1, *dec, sc in each of next 4sts* repeat around, join with ss (30) 15. ch1, *sc, sc, dec, sc* repeat around, join with ss (24) 16. ch1, *dec, sc, sc* repeat around, join with ss (18) Start stuffing 17. ch1, *sc, dec* repeat around, join with ss (12) 18. ch1, dec around, join with ss (6) Fasten off, stuff more if needed Body: with blue, work on head, crochet in rounds, close off each round with ss 1. make 12 sc around the last round of head, join with ss (12) 2. ch1, *sc, inc* repeat around, join with ss (18) 3. ch1, sc in each st around, join with ss (18) 4.-21. repeat round 3. 22. ss in each st around (18) Fasten off, weave in loose ends Apron: with white Ch6 1. sc in 2nd ch from hook and in ch across, ch1 and turn 2. (sc, hdc) in 1st st, dc in next st, 2dc in next st, dc in next and (hdc, sc) in last st Fasten off, leaving a tail for sewing Collar: with white Ch16 Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across Fasten off, leaving a tail for sewing Headdress: with white Ch8 Sc in 2nd ch from hook, *3dc in next ch, sc in next* 3 times Fasten off, leaving a tail for sewing nose: between round 6 and 7, counting from neck eyes: on round 7, counting from neck and 6-7 sts apart hair: click here
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24 Responses to Finger Puppets

  1. Erica Bohorquez says:

    Hola amiga Uliana, me encantan y admiro todos tus trabajos, de hecho te sigo por Pinterest y Facebook pero me gustaría ponerle brazos a esta marioneta, me la puedes regalar??
    saludos desde Venezuela.

  2. Margaret says:

    These finger puppets are cute and gorgeous. I love your designs. Thanks for sharing this pattern.

    Have a great Valentine’s day with a lot of love, Margaret

  3. Monica says:

    Soy su admiradora, me gustaría ver de su obras de arte, que son preciosas

  4. Kym says:

    This pattern is beautiful, thank you for sharing.

    Do you have listed anywhere the instructions for the accessories for the other figures, in particular, the hats?

    Thank you.

  5. Paulett sykes says:

    Is there any way of downloading this pattern to a PDF of some thing I can keep on my tablet

    • Lin says:

      If you have an iPad open the page in Safari and choose upload where there should be an option to save as PDF or email it to yourself and save it from there.

  6. Beryl Harrington says:

    Thank you so much for these finger puppet patterns. We make them for our local hospital here in White Rock, BC, Canada. The nurses & carers use them for the young children who come in for shots and are a little frightened – you have no idea how these puppets take their little minds off the injection – thank you so much!!!

  7. Justice garner says:

    Round 15 and 16 on the head are missing in case anyone didn’t notice this

  8. Helen says:

    Thank you. I’m busy making all your little people and sheep .they really are very beautiful xx

  9. Katy says:

    Any chance you might have a translation of patterns for knitting ? 😉

  10. Pamela says:

    These are darling and I can’t wait yo make them.. From Victoria, BC, Canada, thank you for sharing your lovely patterns.

  11. Nga says:

    I love them. They are so cute and lovely. I will make them for my little girl.
    But I have a question. What kind of wool you used? what is the wool’s thinkness?
    Thank you so much for the pattern!

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