Apricot&JellyCAL · Free Patterns

Apricot & Jelly CAL Part One

Welcome to Part One of Apricot & Jelly CAL! Thank you so much for joining me, I can not wait to see all the different versions of Apricot & Jelly!

Don’t forget to use the hashtags #ApricotandJellyCAL and #sarahdeecrochet

Before you get started, make sure you check out the Main Info Page for all of the details!

I do recommend you know basic stitches and terminology before tackling this project. To help you keep track of your rounds, please reference the written pattern below, while working. I do work quickly in the video, so pause and replay the video as needed. The videos are there for pattern support!

Happy crocheting!

I have created some transparent stickers for you to use in your IG stories during the Apricot & Jelly CAL. This is a direct link to my Drive where you can save the photos to your device and follow the included instructions. I have realized that certain countries do not allow you to access my Drive, if this is the case send me a message with your email and I will give you direct access!

Click here to access Instagram Stickers

Notes

Apricot is made in continuous rounds. Take care to always move up the stitch marker to the last stitch, at the end of each round. Stitch count is in ( ) at the end of each row. Make sure to have the correct number of stitches before moving on to the next round. This pattern is written is US terminology.

Legal

This pattern is for personal use only. You may sell the items that you make from this pattern, but I ask that you please refer back to ©️SarahDeeCrochet as the designer. Altering, reproducing, or selling this pattern, online or in print is strictly prohibited.

Yarn Used

For Apricot

Scheepjes Stonewashed XL – Worsted/Aran Weight
Morganite(48g) – Brown Agate(14g) – Moonstone(4g)

For Jelly & Mushroom

Scheepjes Stonewashed – Sport/DK Weight
Moonstone(3g) – Boulder Opal(1g) – Red Jasper(3g) – Rose Quartz(1g)

Materials

  • 2.75mm hook for Jelly the snail and mushroom
  • 3.25mm hook for Apricot the Fox
  • Stitch marker
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle
  • Yarn
  • Polyfill
  • Black & white embroidery thread
  • 12mm safety eyes

Abbreviations

Rnd – round
chX – chain X amount of stitches
MR – magic adjustable ring
st(s) – stitch(es)
sl st – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
bobble – Yarn over, insert hook into st, yarn over and pull through (3 loops on hook), yarn over and pull through 2 of the loops. Leave the remaining loops on the hook. Repeat the previous step four more times so you have five half-complete dc stitches worked into the same stitch.
There will be six loops on the hook.
Yarn over and pull through all six loops.
inc – 2sc in the same stitch
dec – invisible decrease
hdc – half double crochet
hdcinc – 2hdc in the same st
BLO – back loop only
FLO – front loop only
FO – fasten off

Please reference the written pattern below, while working. Remember to pause and replay the video as needed. The video is here for pattern support!

Pattern

Using Stonewashed XL and a 3.25mm hook.

Legs x 2

Starting with Brown Agate

Rnd 1: 6sc in a MR (6)

Rnd 2: inc x 6 (12)

Rnd 3: [sc, inc] x 6 (18)

Rnd 4-6: sc in each st (18)

Rnd 7: [sc, dec] x 3, 9sc (15)

Rnd 8: [dec] x 3, 9sc (12)

Rnd 9: [4sc, dec] x 2 (10)

Rnd 10: sc in each st (10)

Rnd 11: 8sc, Change to Morganite, 2sc (10)

Rnd 12-16: sc in each st (10)

Rnd 17: [3sc, dec] x 2 (8)

Sl st in the next st to FO. Cut yarn. Stuff both legs, leave the last few rnds unstuffed.

Arms x 2

Starting with Brown Agate

Rnd 1: 6sc in a MR (6)

Rnd 2: [sc, inc] x 3 (9)

Rnd 3: sc in each st (9)

Rnd 4: 8sc, bobble (9)

Rnd 5-6: sc in each st (9)

Rnd 7: 5sc, Change to Morganite, 4sc (9)

Rnd 8-13: sc in each st (9)

Rnd 14: dec, 7sc (8)

Sl st into the next st to FO and cut yarn. Stuff the arms, leave the last few rnds unstuffed.

Ears x 2

Starting with Brown Agate

Rnd 1: 6sc in a MR (6)

Rnd 2: sc in each st (6)

Change to Morganite

Rnd 3: [inc, sc] x 3 (9)

Rnd 4: [inc, 2sc] x 3 (12)

Rnd 5: [3sc, inc] x 3 (15)

Rnd 6: sc in each st (15)

Rnd 7: [sc, dec] x 5 (10)

Rnd 8: 5sc across to close (5)

Rnd 9: Fold the ear in half, 2sc across to secure the fold. (2)

FO and cut yarn, leaving a tail for sewing to the head.

Tail

Starting with Moonstone

Rnd 1: 5sc in a MR (5)

Rnd 2: 4sc, inc (6)

Rnd 3: [2sc, inc] x 2 (8)

Rnd 4: [3sc, inc] x 2 (10)

In Rnd 5, change colors between each stitch. Starting in Morganite, the last stitch will be Moonstone.

Rnd 5: [4sc, inc] x 2 (12)

Change to Morganite

Rnd 6-10: sc in each st (12)

Rnd 11: [4sc, dec] x 2 (10)

Stuff the tail, continue stuffing until the last rnd.

Rnd 12: [3sc, dec] x 2 (8)

Rnd 13: [2sc, dec] x 2 (6)

Sl st into the next st to FO and cut yarn.

This concludes Part One of the Apricot & Jelly CAL!

Part Two will be released on Friday, July 23rd.

13 thoughts on “Apricot & Jelly CAL Part One

  1. Thank You!!! Lo abre!!!

    El vie., 16 de julio de 2021 12:06, SarahDee Crochet escribió:

    > sarahdeecrochet posted: ” Welcome to Part One of Apricot & Jelly CAL! > Thank you so much for joining me, I can not wait to see all the different > versions of Apricot & Jelly! Don’t forget to use the hashtags > #ApricotandJellyCAL and #sarahdeecrochet Before you get sta” >

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  2. I’m finally finished ! Had to frog the legs a few times, but I’m not giving up. Thank you for the video too . It helped a lot .

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  3. Loving this pattern it’s my first time actually doing a CAL as it is running. I’ve made one in traditional colours and one fairy floss one (pastel pink and aqua so far)

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  4. Thank You!!! ❤️❤️❤️

    El vie., 16 de julio de 2021 12:53, Laura Erni escribió:

    > Thank You!!! Lo abre!!! > > El vie., 16 de julio de 2021 12:06, SarahDee Crochet comment-reply@wordpress.com> escribió: > >> sarahdeecrochet posted: ” Welcome to Part One of Apricot & Jelly CAL! >> Thank you so much for joining me, I can not wait to see all the different >> versions of Apricot & Jelly! Don’t forget to use the hashtags >> #ApricotandJellyCAL and #sarahdeecrochet Before you get sta” >>

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