Plants vs Zombies
Plants vs Zombies

Plants vs Zombies

Materials

Crochet needle (2,5 mm)
Orange yarn (for instance Phildar Phil Coton 3 – Tournesol 77)
Yellow yarn (for instance Phildar Phil Coton 3 – Soleil 45)
Green yarn (for instance Durable Coral – 2146)
Fiber fill
Iron wire (1,1 mm)
Black and orange felt
White fabric paint
Thin black yarn (for instance Durable embroidery- crochet cotton – 1001)

US Abbreviations

RND = round
sc = single crochet
sl.st = slipstitch
ch = chain
4Crafter – 3 –
tch = turning chain
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
dec = decrease

Head

(Use orange yarn)
RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
RND 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
RND 3: 2 sc in each 2nd sc (18)
RND 4: 2 sc in each 3rd sc (24)
RND 5: 2 sc in each 4th sc (30)
RND 6: 2 sc in each 5th sc (36)
RND 7: 2 sc in each 6th sc (42)
RND 8-10: 42 sc (42)
RND 11: 2 sc in the 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 28th, 29th, 30th,
31st, 32nd, 33rd, 34th, 35th, 36th sc (60)
RND 12-19: 60 sc (60)
RND 20: dec over each 9th and 10th sc (54)
RND 21: dec over each 8th and 9th sc (48)
RND 22: dec over each 7th and 8th sc (42)
RND 23: dec over each 6th and 7th sc (36)
RND 24: dec over each 5th and 6th sc (30)
RND 25: dec over each 4th and 5th sc (24)
Fill the head and keep filling until the last round.
RND 26: dec over each 3rd and 4th sc (18)
RND 27: dec over each 2nd and 3rd sc (12)
RND 28: dec over each 2 sc (6)
Tie-off with a sl.st and close the head.

Yellow petals front (12x)
(Use yellow yarn)
RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
RND 2: 6 sc (6)
RND 3: 2 sc in each sc (12)
RND 4: 12 sc (12)
RND 5: 2 sc in each 4th sc (15)
RND 6-10: 15 sc (15)
RND 11: dec over each 4th and 5th sc (12)
Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the petals to the head.

Yellow petals back (12x)
(Use yellow yarn)
RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
RND 2: 6 sc (6)
RND 3: 2 sc in each sc (12)
RND 4: 12 sc (12)
RND 5: 2 sc in each 4th sc (15)
RND 6-9: 15 sc (15)
RND 10: dec over each 4th and 5th sc (12)
Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the petals to the head.

Stem

(Use green yarn)
RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
RND 2: 2 sc in each sc (12)
RND 3: 2 sc in each 2nd sc (18)
RND 4: 2 sc in each 3rd sc (24)
RND 5: 2 sc in each 4th sc (30)
RND 6: 30 sc (30)
RND 7: dec over each 4th and 5th sc (24)
RND 8: 24 sc (24)
RND 9: dec over each 7th and 8th sc (21)
RND 10: 21 sc (21)
RND 11: dec over each 6th and 7th sc (18)
RND 12: 18 sc (18)
Fill the stem and keep filling until the last round.
RND 13: dec over each 5th and 6th sc (15)
RND 14-20: 15 sc (15)
RND 21: dec over each 4th and 5th sc (12)
RND 22-50: 12 sc (12)
RND 51: 2 sc in each 2nd sc (18)
RND 52-53: 18 sc (18)
Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the stem to the head. Put some iron
wire into the stem and bend it in the right shape.

Ring for stem
(Use green yarn)
Row 1: 30 ch + 1 tch (30)
Row 2: 30 sc (30)
Tie-off and leave enough yarn to sew the ends together.

Green petals (9x)
(Use green yarn)
Leave enough yarn at the beginning to sew the petals to the head.
Row 1: 8 ch + 1 tch (8)
Row 2: turn around and crochet 1 sc in the 1st, 2nd ch, 1 hdc in the 3rd, 4th, 5th ch, 1
dc in the 6th, 7th, 8th ch, crochet 3 ch and continue on the other side of the chain,
crochet 1 dc in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd ch, 1 hdc in the 4th, 5th, 6th ch, 1 sc in the 7th, 8th ch
Tie-off with a sl.st.

Roots (3x)
(Use green yarn)
RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
RND 2-7: 6 sc (6)
RND 8: 2 sc in each 2nd sc (9)
RND 9: 9 sc (9)
Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the roots to the stem. Put some iron
wire into the roots and bend them in the right shape.

Leaves (3x)
(Use green yarn)
RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
RND 2: 6 sc (6)
RND 3: 2 sc in each sc (12)
RND 4: 12 sc (12)
RND 5: 2 sc in each 2nd sc (18)
RND 6: 18 sc (18)
RND 7: 2 sc in each 3rd sc (24)
RND 8: 4 sc, then crochet 4 ch, skip 4 sc of the round and continue at round 9,
continue until round 16, then crochet 4 ch and continue at round 21 (24)
RND 9: 2 sc in each 4th sc and ch (30)
RND 10-16: 30 sc (30)
RND 17: dec over each 4th and 5th sc (24)
RND 18: 24 sc (24)
RND 19: dec over each 3rd and 4th sc (18)
RND 20: dec over each 2nd and 3rd sc (12)
RND 21: dec over each 2 sc (6)
RND 22: 6 sc (6)
Tie-off with a sl.st and leave enough yarn to sew the leaves to the stem.

Arms (2x)

(Use green yarn)
Leave enough yarn at the beginning to sew the arms to the stem.
Row 1: 9 ch + 1 tch (9)
Row 2: turn around and crochet 9 sc (9)
Tie-off. Put some iron wire between the chain and sew with the remaining yarn the
long edges of row 1 to row 2. Leave enough yarn to sew the arms to the hands.

Hands (2x)

(Use green yarn)
RND 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
RND 2-3: 6 sc (6)
RND 4: 1 sc in the 1st sc, then crochet 2 ch + 1 tch, turn around and crochet 1 sl.st in
the 1st ch, 1 sc in the 2nd ch and finish with a sl.st in the 1st sc of the round, repeat
this 5 times so you have a total of 6 points
Tie-off with a sl.st.
Putting all the parts together
Sew the yellow petals around the head. Sew the other yellow petals behind them.
Sew the stem to the back of the head. Put the ring around the stem and sew the ends
together. Then sew the ring to the head. Sew the green petals to the head around the
ring.
Sew the roots to the stem, somewhere at round 4 (counted from below).
Sew the leaves to the stem, somewhere at round 13, 15 and 18 (counted from below).
Sew the hands to the arms. Then sew the arms to the stem, somewhere at round 30
(counted from below).
Face
Cut 2 eyes out of black and orange felt. Make a point in the middle of the eyes with
white fabric paint. Paste the eyes to the head, about 8 rounds below the petals with 7
stitches between the eyes.
Embroider a mouth with thin black yarn to the head, about 18 rounds below the
petals.

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