Last night I was helping the Squid with her homework. She had to draw children playing so she decided to give me a lesson on how to draw a stick figure. I had no idea! lol.
After learning how to draw a stick figure I asked her if she thought I could crochet one. “No! You can’t crochet a stick figure!?”
The Squid helped me out and made sure the legs and arms were right. She informed me that the head went on top (again, I had no idea!).
Here you have (Squid approved) Stan the Crochet Stick Man!
You too can make Stan and here’s the pattern
Stan the Crochet Stick Man
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Worsted weight yarn
Ch = chain
St = stitch
Ss = slip stitch
Sc = single crochet
- Please read all instructions before beginning.
- Stan is worked in one piece. You’ll start at the legs, work your way up his torso, one arm, the neck and head and then back down.
- When working in the chs work in the back hump for a uniform look.
Legs – Ch 18, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next 7, 3 sc in the next ch, sc in the last 8, ch 1, turn, skip 1 st, ss in the next 9.
Torso and 1st Arm – Ch 12, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next 5.
Neck and Head – Ch 18, join with a ss to the 14 th ch from hook.
Head – Ch 1, continue working around the ring formed to make the head, (sc in the next ch, 2 sc in the next ch) 7 times, join with a ss to the 1st sc of this ring.
Neck – Sc in the next 4 chs down the neck.
2nd Arm – Ch 6, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next 4, sc in the side of the last sc of the neck.
Torso – Sc in the next 5 chs down the torso.
Leg – Ss in the same st at the top of the legs, ss in the next 9, fasten off, weave in ends.
When you’re done Stan will be a bit curly. You can fix this by blocking. Since I used acrylic I just pinned him to my ironing board and hit him with some steam from an iron. Do NOT touch him with the iron or he’ll melt!
I hope you enjoy Stan. I think he’d be cute sewn onto a sweater. You can starch him, put a magnet on his back and put him on the fridge. Or make a whole stick figure family!