A Robot that is Hug-able and Love-able! Anyone will want to cozy up in the Robot Crochet Sleeping Bag Blanket & Pillow.
I also included a picture tutorial for lining it with fleece fabric. NO sewing machine required! While I sometimes love my sewing machine, I also love not having to get it out. You can choose to use a sewing machine or quickly sew by hand.
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I have to tell you my son is hard to impress when it comes to crochet patterns. I was so excited when his reaction was heartfelt at first seeing the Crochet Robot Sleeping Bag.
He exclaimed, “That’s so cool! I love you too robot!”
It warms my heart he loves this so much. And even took it on his most recent camping trip!
I’ve also created a similar pattern, the Bear Crochet Sleeping Bag and Pillow.
size M/N (9mm) & H (5mm), or hooks to obtain gauge
1-inch red buttons (8 needed)
14×14 Basic Soft Craft Pillow
Fleece (no-fray) Fabric in size of Sleeping Bag Body
Big Twist Value Worsted Yarn in colors:
(substitute worsted yarns such as Red Heart Super Saver and Caron One Pound work well)
Medium Gray- 7 Skeins for Toddler, 9 Skeins for Preschool, 11 Skeins for Child
Soft Gray- One Skein
Scarlet- One Skein
Black- Small Amount
White- Small Amount
3000 – 4200 yards (2743 – 3840 m)
MC- Magic Circle (Magic Ring)
sl st- Slip Stitch
sc- Single Crochet
hdc- Half Double Crochet
dc- Double Crochet
tr- Triple Crochet
blo- Back Loops Only
Fsc- Foundation Single Crochet
Fdc- Foundation Double Crochet
4 x4 inches
9mm hook double strands:
4 rows x 8 stitches
5mm hook single strand:
7 ½ rows x 15 stitches
Toddler, Preschool, Child
Measurements in inches:
Child: 28×58 inches
Preschool: 26×48 inches
Toddler: 24×40 inches
Pillow: 15×16 inches laid flat without filling
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