Crochet Camera Puppy Pal
I saw this Crochet Camera friend online and I thought it would be so cute to make for my daughter when I take her picture. So I create this camera pal. She is pretty good about me taking her picture, but I thought this camera pal would make her smile even bigger. It's so cute to see her try to figure out whats on the camera, but it really does get her attention when I take her picture.
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Pony tail holder
white and brown yarn
Start with the pony tail holder, you may not need as many sc around depending on how big your pony tail holder and how big your lens is. I used a Nikon Camera lens.
Rnd 1. With your pony tail holder, slip stitch onto the pony tail holder, then work 24 single crochet around the pony tail holder. sl st -24sc
Rnd 2. ch1, *work sc in the next stitch, 2sc in the next stitch, *repeat around, st st in the chain 1. -36sc
Rnd 3. ch1, sc in each stitch around, sl st. -36sc
Rnd 4. ch 1, *sc in the next 2 stitches, 2sc in the next stitch, "*repeat around, sl st. -48sc fasten off
Rnd 5. ch 1, sc in each stitch around, sl st. -48sc
Eye: Brown yarn, H hook, Make 1, chain 2, work 5 sc in the 2nd chain from the hook, sl st. -5sc
work 2sc in each stitch around, sl st. -10sc, fasten off. Then sew one button on top of the eye circle, and sew one button next to the circle about 1 inch apart, seen above in the picture.
Ears: brown yarn, H hook, Make 2, hdc=half double crochet, hdc2tog=half double crochet 2 together decrease
Rnd 1. work hdc in the 3rd chain from the hook and the next two stitches, turn -3hdc
Rnd 2. ch 1, hdc in each stitch across, turn, -3hdc
Rnd 3. ch 1, hdc in each stitch across, turn, -3hdc
Rnd 4. ch 1, 2hdctog decrease, hdc in the last stitch, turn, -2hdc
Sew the ear on next to the eyes on both sides. see above in the picture.
When you are done, place the Camera pal around the lens of your camera and you are done!
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