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Published by: Cora Shaw on Jul 17, 2012
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South Park Stan
My step-son seems to have an avid fascination for South Park, so I found pictures of the charactersand copied them with my hook. This is the third of four patterns.
Stan and South Park are the copyright of Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Comedy Central television network. As such, you may not reproducethis pattern in any way, shape or form, nor may you sell the pattern or any items made from it, either for charity or personal gain.
You will need:
King Cole Pricewise Double Knitting Yarn in shades 9
Red, 21
Royal, 37
Natural and 48
Black (or any DK weight yarn in colours to match Stan
s faceand clothes)
Black eyelash yarn
Black embroidery thread
Yarn needle and embroidery needle
Plastic milk bottle lid
Something to weight down the base of your doll (I used dried split lentils in the toeof some tights)
This pattern is written in British English terms.Do not join each round or turn unless otherwise stated.Seams have been joined using mattress stitch; if you pull your stitches tight while joining theseams, the colour of yarn used will not show through to the right side of your work.Take your time when embroidering the details; placement and scale are important.At the end of each line of instructions I have given the number of stitches.Where a sequence of stitches are to be repeated throughout a round, the sequence is in ()with the total number of repeats afterwards.Mark the beginning of your round with an odd length of yarn in a contrasting colour. Thiswill help you keep track of where you are in the pattern and make it easier to count yourstitches. Move your marker up at the beginning of each round.Where dc2tog is written, I have used the invisible decrease method. I would certainlyrecommend using this yourself.Likewise, I have used the invisible fasten off method, which again I would recommend usingfor neater seamsBe sure to place the plastic milk bottle lid in the base of your doll before the second
decrease or you won’t have enough space to do so. If you are using the same method of 
weighting as I am, then I would recommend placing that in the body at the same time.
ch Chaindc Double crochetdc2tog Double crochet 2 togetherMB Make bobble: work 4 tr into next st, leaving last loop on hook, then yoh andpull through all 5 loops on hookRS Right sidetbl Through back looptch(s) Turning chain(s)
Start with RoyalR1. 6dc in a magic ring 6R2. 2dc in each dc 12R3. (dc 1, 2dc) 6 times 18R4. (dc 2, 2dc) 6 times 24R5. (dc 3, 2dc) 6 times 30** change to RedR6. (dc 4, 2dc) 6 times 36** change to NaturalR7-11. Dc in each dc 36R12. (dc 4, dc2tog) 6 times 30R13. (dc 3, dc2tog) 6 times 24Fasten off and weave in end
Wrap a length of Red yarn around two fingers several times and secure with a separatelength of Red yarn tied around the middle (leaving long ends on this second length). Trimthe loops and use the tie to secure to the centre top of the head.Stuff the head.
Start with BlackR1. Start 6 dc in a magic ring 6R2. 2dc in each dc 12

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