Chopper Man Crochet Pattern

Finally after nearly three years, I’m finally approximately through with 1/3 of the currently available number of One Piece episodes (episode 322 to be exact)! In the years I’m been watching, I never quite got into the series so much as to consider it a relatively relaxing series to get my mind off of stress and schoolwork, but now that I’m through with the Water 7/Enies Lobby arc, I can truly say: OMGGG FANGIRL MODE ACTIVATE!!! I’m seriously obsessed now — to the point where I have One Piece backgrounds/wallpapers and OSTs and have been playing One Piece Treasure Cruise to its fullest potential. If you haven’t watched the show yet, please do try!

And so, in the eve of my obsession, I began constructing Chopper Man. Ain’t he cute?~

haha, needless to say, there will be more One Piece patterns coming in the hopefully-not-so-far future! Stay tuned~

Materials you’ll need:

  • 3.5mm crochet hook
  • Light Brown, a slightly darker brown, hot pink, dark gray and maroon colored yarn (worsted weight…any brand would work, but I’m using Red Heart yarns for the entire project)
  • Black floss thread
  • Yarn needle
  • White and blue felt
  • Googly eyes
  • White acrylic paint
  • Scissors just to cut
  • Stitch marker
  • Hot glue (or any alternative that is strong enough)
  • *Optional pink fabric*

This pattern works in continuous rounds, so it might be handy to use to stitch marker to keep track of your progress.

Head

In light brown, crochet a magic circle with 6 sc.

  1. 2 sc in each st (12)
  2. sc in 1 st, sc 2x in next st. Repeat around until end (18)
  3. sc in next 2 st, sc 2x in next st. Repeat around until end (24)
  4. sc in next 3 st, sc 2x in next st. Repeat around until end (30)
  5. sc around for the next 10 rows (30)
  6. sc in next 3 st, sc2tog. Repeat around until the end (24)
  7. sc in next 2 st, sc2tog. Repeat around until the end (18) —> you can begin stuffing at this point.
  8. sc in next 1 st, sc2tog. Repeat around until the end (12) —> finish stuffing
  9. sc2tog 6x (6)

Break off, and sew in the remaining small hole.

Body 

Chain 8 in light brown.

  1. 2sc in each st around (16)
  2. sc in 1 st, sc 2x in next st. Repeat around until end (24)
  3. sc in each st around in the next 6 rows (24)
  4. sc in next 2 st, sc 2x in next st. Repeat around until end (32)
  5. sc in each st around in the next 2 rows (32)

Change colors to maroon.

  1. sc in each st around in the next 3 rows (32)
  2. sc in next 2 st, sc2tog. Repeat around until the end (24)
  3. sc in next 6 st, sk 12 st, sc in next 6 st (12)

Change colors to light brown.

  1. sc in each st around (12)
  2. sc in next 2 st, sc2tog. Repeat around until the end (9)
  3. sc in each st around (9)

Change colors to gray.

  1. sc 1x, 2 sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next 6 st (11)
  2. sc 1x, 2 sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next 8 st (13) sl st to first 1 st.

Stuff the feet!

  1. In the back loops only (!!!), sc2tog 6x (6)

Break off and sew closed!

Repeat this in the remaining 12 stitches what make up the other hole in the leg. When you’re done, there should be a remaining hole that would look something like this:

Just use your yarn needle and sew the hole closed.

Arms

In light brown, chain 6, and sl st to 1st ch.

  1. 6 sc around (6)
  2. sc around for the next 9 rows (6) Change colors to gray.
  3. sc around (6)

Break off with a few inches of yarn to sew in your ends. If you want to make you hooves a little pointier, loop the yarn around between the middl 3 times, fasten and break off.

Hat

In hot pink, chain 30, and sl st to the 1st st.

  1. sc around for 8 rows, then complete by slip stitching to the 1st st (30)
  2. In back loops only, sc in next 3 st, sc2tog. Repeat around until the end (24)
  3. sc in the next 2 st, sc2tog. Repeat around until the end (18)
  4. sc in next st, sc2tog. Repeat around until the end (12)
  5. sc2tog 6x (6)

Break off, and sew the hole closed.

Attach hot pink yarn to the bottom of the hat to begin making the brim.

  1. sc in the next st, sc 2x in next st. Repeat around until the end (45)
  2. sc in the next 2 st, sc 2x in next st. Repeat around until the end (60)

Break off and sew in your ends.

Cut out an “X” out of white felt and hot glue it onto the middle of the hat.

Antlers 

This will be done in two parts.

In a slightly darker brown, ch 4 and sl st to the 1st st.

  1. sc around until the long antler measures 4 inches (4). Make two of these.
  2. repeat for the small horn, but stop when it measures 1/2 inches. Make two of these too.

Sew the short horn to the long horn forming a mini little “Y”. Now sew them both to both sides of the hat.

Ears

In light brown, chain 5.

  1. hdc into the 1st ch, sc in next ch, break off. Make two of these.

Sew the ears beneath where you sew the antlers.

Finishing

Now just sew the head to the body, and the arms go where the neck would be (haha). For the face, I used the inside of googly eyes, and painted it white. I got the inside of a smaller googly eye, and hot glued it on top of the eye whites. For the nose, I cut out some blue felt and hot glued it on. The mouth was sewed on with the black thread floss. Finally, for a finishing touch, I cut out some pink fabric to make the mini cape!

And wa-la!~~~~

Chopper Man is finished!! 😀 😀 😀

If you enjoyed the pattern, let us know in the comments below and make sure to share your pictures with us on on facebook, pinterest, and instagram! Seeing your creations makes us happy! :3 Also, if you watch One Piece, lets be friends, and if you play One Piece Treasure Cruise, leave your friend code in comments below (only if your captain is level 99, max with cotton candy please ;))! hahaha

Happy crocheting!! ? ? ~

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