Skylanders Chompy Chompie Free Crochet Pattern

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Crochet your own Chompies!

So my son is obsessed with Skylanders! But you can’t find any patterns for anything related to this game. So I decided to try to crochet him a Chompy, the small critter that features in the game. So, forgive me if this pattern is not 100% accurate as this is my first toy crochet pattern. The single crochets refer to the US version. If you have any problems with the instructions, please leave a comment or contact me and I’ll fix it/advise you. The teeth and fingers are just cut out from felt and sewn in. The eyes are just embroidered with a satin stitched.

Have fun with this little guy, it didn’t take too long to wip up, and uses less than half a ball of green dk yarn (100g), so leftovers would probably work.

He stands at 8″ high, including his eyes.

Each new line depicts a new row or round.

sc = single crochet
sc2tog = Single crochet 2 stitches together
ch = chain
sc2 in nxt = Increase
dcr = decrease
PATTERN

Skylanders Chompy

3.5 hook Hayfield Bonus DK yarn Shade 0886 100g Ball
Yarn colours needed Green, Red and Black.
Small felt pieces in green and white.

Hands Make 2
Ch16, sc into 1st chain to make a circle (now work in rounds)
sc round x2 (16 sts)
*sc2tog, sc2, *repeat to end (12sts)
sc round
sc2tog, sc2, repeat to end (9sts)
sc round x2
tie off
Flatten and sew in felt fingers using the picture as a guide.
Stuff and set aside

——–
Feet Make 2

Magic circle 6 sts
2 sc in next each st. (12 sts)
*1sc, 2 sc in next st, *repeat to end (18sts)
sc2tog, sc 1, sc2tog, sc 1, sc2tog, sc 10.(15 sts)
sc 15. rows x4
*sc2tog, sc 3. *repeat x2. (12sts)
sc2tog, sc2, repeat x3 (9sts)
2sc in every st to end of row (18 sts)
*sc 1, 2sc in next st, *repeat to end (27 sts)
sc row
tie off 1st but not second.
Stuff and set aside

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Body
Count back 13 sts from tied off foot, this is the st you will sc into together with the other foot.
Slip st 5 stitchs together, (making sure your feet are facing forward.) sc next sts tog. (22 sts on each foot)

ch1, sc 1st, slip st 20, in next st slip together with other side 1 st. continue to slip st in each st x 22
sc into chain made at the begining. (45sts) Turn.
skip 1 st, sc in next 20
2sc in next st, skip 1st, slip st, (46 sts)

mark rounds to help

sc 7, sc2tog, sc 2, sc2tog, sc 7, sc2tog, sc2tog, sc 7, sc2tog, sc 2, sc2tog, sc 7, sc2tog.

sc2 in nxt, sc 6, sc2 in nxt, sc 3, sc2 in nxt, sc 6, sc2 in nxt, sc 6, sc2 in nxt, sc 3, sc2 in nxt, sc 7, sc2tog. (44sts)

sc in every st to end of row.

(Attaching arms)
sc 2 in nxt st, sc 9, attach 4 of the arm stitches with sc to the nxt 4 body sts, sc8, 2sc in nxt, sc8, attach 4 of the arm stitches with sc to the nxt 4 body sts, sc 9.

2sc in nxt, sc 5, 2sc in nxt, sc 4, slip st 5 arm sts, sc 3, 2sc in nxt, sc 5, 2sc in nxt, sc 5, 2sc in nxt, sc 3, slip st 5 arm sts, sc 4, 2sc in nxt, sc 4. (56 sts)

sc8, 2sc in nxt st x7 (63 sts)
sc row
sc row for 50 sts, ch 1, turn.
dcr by 3 sts evenly over next row, ch1, turn.
dcr 1 st at beg and end of this row, ch1, turn.
sc row, ch1, turn.
2sctog evenly over row, ch1, turn
sc row, ch1, turn. (23 sts)
2sc in first and last st, ch1, turn.
2sc in st, sc4, 2sctog, sc with 7sts left on row and 2sctog, sc4, 2sc in last st, ch1, turn.
dcr by 2 sts evenly over the row, ch1 turn.
sc row, ch1, turn.
sc2, 2sctog, sc4, 2sctog x2, sc2, ch1, turn. (15sts)
sc, dcr by 3sts evenly over row, ch1, turn.
1sc, 2sctog rep to end, ch1, turn.
sc row, ch1, turn.
2sctog in every st, ch1, turn.
2sctog in every st, ch1, turn.
2sctog.

Change to mouth colour (red)
Lower Mouth
Attach to the first st on the right corner of the bottom part of the mouth. For the first row only sc into the back loops. All following rows sc in both loops. (31sts)

Sc across row, dcr by 3 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn. (28 sts)
Sc across row, dcr by 4 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 4 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 4 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 4 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn. (edited here)
Sc across row, dcr by 3 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 2 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 2 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn. (5sts)
2sctog, skip st, 2sctog. tie off.

Upper Mouth
In red, Pick up 35 sts on the back loop (inner edge of the mouth) starting on the opposite side from last time.

ch1, turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 5 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 5 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 5 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 4 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 3 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 2 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 1 sts evenly across row, ch1 turn.
Sc across row, dcr by 2 sts evenly across row, turn. (8 sts)
EDIT:(If you end up with a gap when the mouth parts meet up, continue to to decrease evenly in rows so that your work is still laying flat, it only needs to meet evenly with the bottom part of the mouth for sewing and so that there isn’t any gaps. for example if there appears to be only one row off, you can stitch 2 sc together across the whole row. Hope this helps anyone with questions.)
slip st back to the left corner cut long tail of yarn for sewing, close mouth nearly all the way, stuff and then close gap.
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Eye Make 2
6st magic circle
2sc in each st (12sts)
2sctog, 1sc to end,
1 sc, 2sctog to end. (6sts)
stuff eye ball,
sc x7 rows stuff to eye stem firmly.
Tie off leaving yarn for attaching to the top of the head, see pictures.
With Black yarn embroider the eyes on, tucking the ends into the back and trim.
Weave in all loose ends and sew in some teeth.

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  9. Hi I am trying to make this for a friend’s little boy but I and finding your pattern very hard to read. Especially the body part after attaching the arms. Would it be too much to maybe go back to the part stating with sc8, sc2 in next at x7 and provide a number of stitches for every tow thereafter as well as being more specific about the dcr? Eg for dcr 3 st evenly could you say sc10 sc2tog x 3 sc10 sc2tog ( don’t know if that is what you actually mean to say cause it is really confusing.. I just can’t get from 50 down to 23 stitches one these rows and don’t know how you do it…

    . I love the little chompy and it will make such an awesome present of I can just work out how to do it. So if it is not too much hassle I would really appreciate if you could revise it.

    Cheers, Mary

    • Hi there, sorry my pattern is confusing to you. Decrease evenly would mean to spread out like you said. Except when you decrease on following rows, try not to place them above the previous decreases. That’s all i mean by ‘evenly’. The number of stitches reach 23 because on one row you are halving the stitches from 45(2sctog x2 evenly over row, ch1, turn) I’m not sure myself what I mean by x2, sorry that may be confusing you. I will take that out as it doesn’t make sense to me either. The rest should be ok. The rest of the that section of the pattern is the back of the head. So should decrease in that way to end up at the very top. Hope that helps.

  10. Thank goodness for your Skylander pattern! I see it’s been posted for over two years, and appears to still be the only one out there. My 7-year old grandson has recently discovered Skylanders, and I was greeted with a request to make one for him. As my eyes glazed over, he informed me he had already found a pattern for me. So I’ve made it through attaching the legs and am reading ahead to see what follows. I can’t seem to make the math come out right for the mouth. You start with 31 sts for the lower mouth, have 28 after the first decrease, and end with 5 before the final finishing row. But as I count it, I’ll still have 9 on that row where you say it should be 5. And I’m concerned about the upper mouth, too. It appears I will still have a row of 8 sts when I make that final decrease of 2 sts across the row. Where am I going wrong?!?

    Many thanks,
    Betty

    • Hiya, sorry if I’ve confused you. There appears to be a row of decreases missing from the pattern to make that number. I would recommend you decrease by another 4 stitches at the beginning i will add in the edit. Hope that helps. x

      • Perfect–thanks so much! I see your edits, and am glad to know upper mouth is okay as written. I really appreciate the quick response.

        Betty

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