Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern

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Hi everyone! You will find on this page a Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern. It is the second doll in the Harry Potter collection I am making! You can find Harry Potter here. It works really fast and it is perfect for a last-minute crochet project! This crochet doll collection is adorable and we will want to make them all. Lucky for you, they are easy and small crochet patterns! You will be able to make them all really quickly!

The body is made in one part, so if don’t like sewing a lot of parts, it is the perfect crochet project for you. You will only have to sew the arms and the hair! 

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Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern – Amigurumi

 
Material:

  • Yarn calling for 5,5 mm hook in peach, black, light grey, dark grey, orange and red.
  • A very small amount of pearl cotton in brown and orange (for the mouth and the eyebrows).
  • Size 3.5 mm crochet hook.
  • 2 black safety eyes (7.5 mm)
  • Stitch markers
  • Tapestry needle

Abbreviations:

  • chain (ch)
  • magic ring (mr)
  • single crochet (sc)
  • increase (inc)
  • invisible decrease (dec)
  • slip stitch (sl st)
  • half double crochet (hdc)
  • double crochet (dc)

Pattern: How to crochet a Ron Weasley doll?


We start with the head and finish with the bottom of the body. 

The head and the body – Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern.

With a 3.5 mm crochet and the peach yarn.

  • Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring. (6)
  • Round 2: [1 inc in all st]. (12)
  • Round 3: [1 sc, 1 inc] x6. (18)
  • Round 4: [2 sc, 1 inc] x6. (24)
  • Rounds 5-9: [1 sc in all st]. (24)
  • Round 10: [2 sc, 1 dec] x6. (18)
  • Round 11: [1 sc, 1 dec] x6. (12)

Place the eyes between rounds 6 and 7, spaced by 3 stitches.

With the tapestry needle and the brown pearl cotton, make a mouth (I placed mine over rounds 8 and 9), and the eyebrows over the eyes.

Facultative: with a little piece of peach yarn, make a nose (some of my picture are with the nose while other pictures are without nose – you can see which one you prefer)

 

Join a new color, light grey. We are now doing the body.

  • Round 12: working in the back loop only (blo): [1 sc in all st]. (12)
  • Round 13: [1 sc, 1 inc] x6. (18)
  • Rounds 14-17: [1 sc in all st]. (18)

Fill the head.

Fill the body as you go.

Join a new color, red. We are now doing the belt.

  • Round 18: working in the back loop only (blo): [1 sc in all st]. (18)

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Join a new color, dark grey. We are now doing the lower body.

  • Round 19: working in the back loop only (blo): [1 sc in all st]. (18)
  • Rounds 20-23: [1 sc in all st]. (18)

Join a new color, black. We are now doing the feet.

  • Round 24: [1 sc in all st]. (18)

Fill the body before the close it.

  • Round 25: working in the back loop only (blo): [1 sc, 1 dec] x6. (12)
  • Round 26: [6 dec]. (6)

Close the body and fasten off.

We are now adding a row in the front loop of round 24. This will allow your doll to stand up. You can skip this step if you don’t want it to stand up.

Join the black yarn in any front loop of Round 24 (I would suggest joining in a loop in the back so it won’t be too visible). 

  • Round 27: working in the front loop only (flo): [2 sc, 1 inc] x6. (24)

Finish by a slip stitch in the first st of round 27 and fasten off.


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The arms (make 2) – Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern.

We are starting by the hands first.

With a 3.5 mm crochet and peach yarn.

  • Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring. (6)
  • Round 2: [1 inc, 2 sc] x2. (8)

Change for the black yarn.

  • Round 3: working in the back loop only (blo): [1 sc in all st]. (8)
  • Rounds 4-7: [1 sc in all st]. (8)

Close the arm, and leave a long tail for sewing.


The cape

We are starting at the bottom of the cape and finishing at the top.

With a 3.5 mm crochet and black yarn.

  • Row 1: ch 19. (19)
  • Row 2: starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all st. (18)
  • Rows 3-7: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (18)
  • Row 8: ch1, turn; (1 dec, 14 sc, 1 dec). (16)
  • Rows 9-12: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (16)

Cut the yarn but leave a long tail for sewing.

Sew the cape to the body (NB: you can also skip this step as the cape will be sewn at the same time as the arms anyway).

Attach the arm with pin needles over the cape and sew the arms.

  


The hair – Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern

We are starting the hair with a magic circle that will be at the center of the head.

With a 3.5 mm crochet and orange yarn.

  • Round 1: start 8 sc in a magic ring. (8)
  • Round 2: [1 inc in all st]. (16)
  • Round 3: We are now doing the strands of hair. We will have a total of 16 strands (1 starting in each st from round 2):
  • – Strand 1 (which will be at the middle back of the head): (1 sc, ch 7). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 6 st.
  • – Strands 2-4: (1 sc (in the next st from Round 2), ch 7). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 6 st.
  • – Strands 5-6: (1 sc (in the next st from Round 2), ch 6). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 5 st.
  • – Strands 7-10 (which will be the fringe at the front of the head): (1 sc (in the next st from Round 2), ch 5). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 4 st.
  • – Strands 11-12: (1 sc (in the next st from Round 2), ch 6). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 5 st.
  • – Strands 13-16: (1 sc (in the next st from Round 2), ch 7). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 6

Cut the yarn but leave a long tail for sewing the hair to the head. With pin needles, place the hair on the head and sew it.


I hope you enjoyed this pattern! Please do share the pictures of your finished project, I love to see your work! You can share them on my Facebook group or tag me on Instagram @natalinacraft.

Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern

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The pattern and photographs contained in this document are the property of Natalina Craft. This pattern is available for personal use only. No unauthorized reproduction, in whole or in part, or distribution of this pattern or content is allowed.

You may sell finished items in limited amounts. If you sell your finished products online, I would be grateful if you can add a statement saying « Pattern by Natalina Craft » and link back to my post.


Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern

Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern

Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern

Materials

  • Yarn calling for 5,5 mm hook in peach, black, light grey, dark grey, orange and red.
  • A very small amount of pearl cotton in brown (for the mouth, the eyebrows).
  • Size 3.5 mm crochet hook.
  • 2 black safety eyes (7.5 mm)
  • Stitch markers
  • Tapestry needle

Tools

  • chain (ch)
  • magic ring (mr)
  • single crochet (sc)
  • increase (inc)
  • invisible decrease (dec)
  • slip stitch (sl st)
  • half double crochet (hdc)
  • double crochet (dc)

Instructions

Pattern: How to crochet a Ron Weasley doll?

We start with the head and finish with the bottom of the body. 

The head and the body - Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern.

With a 3.5 mm crochet and the peach yarn.

  • Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring. (6)
  • Round 2: [1 inc in all st]. (12)
  • Round 3: [1 sc, 1 inc] x6. (18)
  • Round 4: [2 sc, 1 inc] x6. (24)
  • Rounds 5-9: [1 sc in all st]. (24)
  • Round 10: [2 sc, 1 dec] x6. (18)
  • Round 11: [1 sc, 1 dec] x6. (12)

Place the eyes between rounds 6 and 7, spaced by 3 stitches.

With the tapestry needle and the brown pearl cotton, make a mouth (I placed mine over rounds 8 and 9), and the eyebrows over the eyes.

Facultative: with a little piece of peach yarn, make a nose (some of my pictures are with the nose while other pictures are without a nose - you can see which one you prefer)

Join a new color, light grey. We are now doing the body.

  • Round 12: working in the back loop only (blo): [1 sc in all st]. (12)
  • Round 13: [1 sc, 1 inc] x6. (18)
  • Rounds 14-17: [1 sc in all st]. (18)

Fill the head.

Fill the body as you go.

Join a new color, red. We are now doing the belt.

  • Round 18: working in the back loop only (blo): [1 sc in all st]. (18)

Join a new color, dark grey. We are now doing the lower body.

  • Round 19: working in the back loop only (blo): [1 sc in all st]. (18)
  • Rounds 20-23: [1 sc in all st]. (18)

Join a new color, black. We are now doing the feet.

  • Round 24: [1 sc in all st]. (18)

Fill the body before the close it.

  • Round 25: working in the back loop only (blo): [1 sc, 1 dec] x6. (12)
  • Round 26: [6 dec]. (6)

Close the body and fasten off.

We are now adding a row in the front loop of round 24. This will allow your doll to stand up. You can skip this step if you don't want it to stand up.

Join the black yarn in any front loop of Round 24 (I would suggest joining in a loop in the back so it won't be too visible). 

  • Round 27: working in the front loop only (flo): [2 sc, 1 inc] x6. (24)

Finish by a slip stitch in the first st of round 27 and fasten off.

The arms (make 2) - Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern.

We are starting by the hands first.

With a 3.5 mm crochet and peach yarn.

  • Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring. (6)
  • Round 2: [1 inc, 2 sc] x2. (8)

Change for the black yarn.

  • Round 3: working in the back loop only (blo): [1 sc in all st]. (8)
  • Rounds 4-7: [1 sc in all st]. (8)

Close the arm, and leave a long tail for sewing.

The cape

We are starting at the bottom of the cape and finishing at the top.

With a 3.5 mm crochet and black yarn.

  • Row 1: ch 19. (19)
  • Row 2: starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all st. (18)
  • Rows 3-7: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (18)
  • Row 8: ch1, turn; (1 dec, 14 sc, 1 dec). (16)
  • Rows 9-12: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (16)

Cut the yarn but leave a long tail for sewing.

Sew the cape to the body (NB: you can also skip this step as the cape will be sewn at the same time as the arms anyway).

Attach the arm with pin needles over the cape and sew the arms.

The hair - Ron Weasley Crochet Pattern

We are starting the hair with a magic circle that will be at the center of the head.

With a 3.5 mm crochet and orange yarn.

  • Round 1: start 8 sc in a magic ring. (8)
  • Round 2: [1 inc in all st]. (16)
  • Round 3: We are now doing the strands of hair. We will have a total of 16 strands (1 starting in each st from round 2):
  • - Strand 1 (which will be at the middle back of the head): (1 sc, ch 7). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 6 st.
  • - Strands 2-4: (1 sc (in the next st from Round 2), ch 7). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 6 st.
  • - Strands 5-6: (1 sc (in the next st from Round 2), ch 6). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 5 st.
  • - Strands 7-10 (which will be the fringe at the front of the head): (1 sc (in the next st from Round 2), ch 5). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 4 st.
  • - Strands 11-12: (1 sc (in the next st from Round 2), ch 6). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 5 st.
  • - Strands 13-16: (1 sc (in the next st from Round 2), ch 7). Now starting in the 2nd ch from the hook: 1 sc in all the 6

Cut the yarn but leave a long tail for sewing the hair to the head. With pin needles, place the hair on the head and sew it.

I hope you enjoyed this pattern! Please do share the pictures of your finished project, I love to see your work! You can share them on my Facebook group or tag me on Instagram @natalinacraft.

All rights reserved.

The pattern and photographs contained in this document are the property of Natalina Craft. This pattern is available for personal use only. No unauthorized reproduction, in whole or in part, or distribution of this pattern or content is allowed.

You may sell finished items in limited amounts. If you sell your finished products online, I would be grateful if you can add a statement saying « Pattern by Natalina Craft » and link back to my post.

 

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