Pants For The Big Bad Wolf

These pants were designed to fit the Big Bad Wolf that I posted here.
The Wolf is about 6.5 inches tall to top of ears.

How To Print The Pattern:
Use the free service found here.

Red Heart Comfort yarn in any color. Or use the same weight yarn you used to make your wolf with.
4.5mm hook
blunt end yarn needle for sewing

st = stitch
sc = single crochet
f/o = finish off

How to read the rows: Each row has a sequence as given below. Example: 1sc then 2sc in next st means repeat that sequence 1sc then 2sc in next st followed by 1sc then 2sc in next st over and over to the end of that particular row. The number inside the parentheses ( ~ ) is the number of stitches you should have at the end of that particular row.

Please look in the supplies list above if you missed it. I used a bigger hook for the pants than I used to make the wolf.

1) ch23
2) starting in 2nd ch, 1sc in each ch (22) ch1 turn
3) skip ch, 1sc in each st (22) ch1 turn
4) skip ch, 1sc in each st (22) ch1 turn
5) skip ch, 1sc in each st. Once you reach the end of the row, hold ends together and connect them with a sc. Add marker in this connecting st. This connecting st ends row 5 (22)
6) 1sc in the next 3st then 2sc in next st. Repeat sequence to the last 2st of the row, put 1sc in last 2st (27)

now you will make the leg holes, do not break free.

1st Leg: Add a marker into the last st you put in. Skip the next 12st and put 1sc into the 13st. This gives you 14st, (includes the st you put a marker into), for one leg hole and 13st for the other but they work out looking even when all done.
Working to the left with the back of the pants facing you, 1sc in each of the next 12 outer loops then 1sc in the inner loop that contains the marker. sl st next st and f/o. Weave in yarn tail

2nd Leg hole:

Turn the pants so that the back is facing you. Insert yarn into the very corner and ch1.
Working to the right, 1sc into each of the next 13 outer loops. sl st next st and f/o. Weave in yarn tails.

Sew the back two open corners together, just the corners so you leave a space for the tail to fit through.

Straps: you can crochet a chain right onto the overalls and connect in the back. OR you can make a chain separately and sew them on. Do what you feel is best for you.
1) insert yarn in the front and ch15
f/o leaving a tail for sewing.
First add a couple whip stitches and knot off the front. Weave in yarn tail and cut excess free. Sew the other end to the pants, crossing the straps over each other in the back. Knot off and weave in yarn tail. If unsure where to place the straps, put the pants on the wolf. You can add a marker into the spots you'll be using.

I dded a little square of fabric to look like a patch. I hot glued it in place. This piece is optional.

Dress your wolf!

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