And this is where he was born (starting supplies).
Made 6 squares that are 12×12 stitches. On one I use black to stitch in the face.
I then stitched in some out lines to the black to give the face a more blocky look.
Looks sad without the stuffing 😦
The back of the face is ugly, but no one should be seeing that!
The head is done!
The body was built out of panels. A. was 12×6 B. 6×18 C. 12×18 Make 2 of each panel and then stitch them together.
On one side panel I stitched the name per the commission request.
Then the head is stitched onto the body.
The other side.
Then you make 6 squares that are 6×6.
just little guys.
then you stitch the 6 squares together to make a cube which gives you a foot.
you make 4 of these.
Then you sew the feet onto the body
Final product front view
Final product side view
Final product from the other side view
Final product back view
So, he’s about 7 inches tall
This project was a good challenge. It is amazing to me how complex it becomes when you try to crochet into a cube! He has a bit of a fluffy look, but over all I am happy with the final product. Sorry, there isn’t a pattern for him beyond what you see above. I just made him as I went from my head.