The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet has been a labor of love! So many letters, some easy, some a challenge, but all fun! These applique letters are great for the Perfect Party Pennant Garland, but they have unlimited uses. Monogram a blanket, make toy blocks, make puffy letters for beginning readers, decorate a child’s bedroom – you name it! And there are crochet number patterns available now too!

Free Crochet Alphabet by Moogly! #crochet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet!

The specific yarn weight and hook size doesn’t really matter for these, as long as you use a hook size a couple sizes smaller than you normally would for that yarn. The bigger you go, the bigger the letters! Use thread and a steel hook for tiny crochet alphabet! These letters, made using the hook and yarn listed, were about 3 1/2″ tall. Leave long tails at either end if you plan on sewing these to another piece of fabric!

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet
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  • US – F, 3.75mm hook
  • Worsted weight yarn, amounts vary (Bernat Handicrafter Cotton shown)
  • Video Tutorials for all stitches and techniques are available here.

 

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THE LETTER A (This one is particularly tricky! Please see the video tutorial here!)

Row 1: Ch 30, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next 12 ch. Sc2tog over next 3 sts, skipping the center st. Sc in remaining 13 ch. Turn. (27 sts)

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first 12 sts. Sc2tog over next 3 sts, skipping the center st. Sc in remaining 12 sts. Turn. (25 sts)

Row 3: Ch 1, sc in the first 11 sts. Sc2tog over next 3 sts, skipping the center st. Sc in the next 5 sts, leaving remaining sts unworked. Ch 4, turn. (16 sc, 4 ch) (Note – this ch 4 starts the horizontal “cross bar” of the A.)

Row 4: Sc in the back hump of the 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 2 ch. Sc2tog, working into the same st as the last sc of Row 3 and the next unworked st (sts #5 and 6 of that side of the A.). Turn. (4 sts)

Row 5: Do not ch. Sc in the next 4 sts (the sc2tog and the 3 sc from for 4). Turn. (4 sts)

Row 6: Ch 1, 2 sc in the 1st st, sc in the next 3 sts. Sc2tog, working into the last st of the last sc2tog and the next unworked st (sts #6 and 7 of that side of the A). Sc in the remaining 4 unworked sts from Row 2, working back down to the bottom of that side of the A. (11 sts total) Break yarn and finish off. Use one of the ends to sew the loose end of the crossbar to the other side.

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THE LETTER B

Row 1: Ch 16, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining ch. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 4: Ch 2, dc in 1st st, hdc in next st, sc in next st, leaving remaining sts unworked. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 5: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, hdc in the next st, dc in the last st. Turn, (3 sts)

Row 6: Ch 2, dc in 1st st, hdc in next st, sc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 7: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, hdc in the next st, dc in the last st. Turn, (3 sts)

Row 8 – 11: Repeat Rows 6 – 7. ( sts) At the end of Row 11, do not turn.

Row 12: Ch 1, and working into the outside edge, work 2 sl st in the side of the dc from Row 11, and 1 sl st in the dc from Round 10. Ch 1, sc in the side of the dc from Round 10,  hdc and dc in the side of the dc from Round 9. Turn. (3 sl st, 1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc)

Row 13 – 18: Repeat Rows 6 – 7.

Row 19: Repeat Row 6.

Row 20: Ch 1, sc in each st. Break yarn and use tail to sew Row 20 to last 3 sts of Row 3.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

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THE LETTER C

Row 1: Ch 4, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, hdc in next ch, dc in last ch. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 2: Ch 2, dc in the 1st st, hdc in the next st, sc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 3: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, hdc in the next st, dc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 4: Repeat Row 2.

Row 5 – 7: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 8 – 11: Repeat Rows 2 – 3

Row 12 – 16: Repeat Row 5.

Row 17 – 20: Repeat Rows 3 – 4.

Row 21 – 23: Repeat Row 5.

Row 24 – 27: Repeat Rows 2 – 3. Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER D

Row 1: Ch 16, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining ch. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first 3 sts, leaving remaining sts unworked. Turn (3 sts)

Row 5- 6: Ch1, sc in each st. Turn (3 sts)

Row 7: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, hdc in the next st, dc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 8: Ch 2, dc in the first st, hdc in the next st, sc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 9 – 10: Repeat Rows 7 – 8.

Row 11 – 15: Repeat Row 5.

Row 16:Ch 2, dc in the first st, hdc in the next st, sc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 17: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, hdc in the next st, dc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 18 – 19: Repeat Rows 16 – 17.

Row 20 – 22: Repeat Row 5. Turn, (3 sts) Break yarn and use tail to sew Row 22 to last 3 sts of Row 3, finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER E

Row 1: Ch 12, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch. Turn. (11 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (11 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first 3 sts, leaving remaining sts unworked. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 5: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 6: Ch 1, sc in each st, ch 6. Turn. (3 sc, 6 ch)

Row 7: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch, sc in each st. Turn. (8 sts)

Row 8 – 9: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (8 sts)

Row 10: Ch 1, sc in first 3 sts, leaving remaining sts unworked. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 11: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 12: Ch 1, sc in each st, ch 9. Turn. (3 sts, 9 ch)

Row 13: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 7 ch and each st. Turn. (11 sts)

Row 14 – 15: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (11 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet!

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER F

Row 1: Ch 12, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch. Turn. (11 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (11 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first 3 sts, leaving remaining sts unworked. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 5: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 6: Ch 1, sc in each st, ch 6. Turn. (3 sc, 6 ch)

Row 7: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch, sc in each st. Turn. (8 sts)

Row 8 – 9: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (8 sts)

Row 10: Ch 1, sc in first 3 sts, leaving remaining sts unworked. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 11 – 15: Ch 1, sc in each  st. Turn. (3 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet!

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER G

Row 1: Ch 4, sc in 2nd ch from hook and remaining 2 ch. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, sc in the first 2 sts, leave last st unworked. Turn. (2 sts)

Row 5: Ch 1, skip the first st, sc in the next st. Turn. (1 st)

Row 6: Ch 2, skip the sc made in Row 5, dc in the ch 1 sp made in Row 5. Hdc in the side of the last sc made in Row 4. Sc in the unworked st from Row 3. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 7: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, hdc in the 2nd st, dc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 8: Ch 2, dc in the 1st st, hdc in the 2nd st, sc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 9 – 10: Repeat Rows 7 – 8.

Row 11: Repeat Row 7.

Row 12 – 14: Repeat Row 2.

Row 15 – 18: Repeat Rows 7 – 8.

Row 19 – 23: Repeat Row 2.

Row 24: Repeat Row 8.

Row 25: Repeat Row 7.

Row 26 – 27: Repeat Rows 24 – 25.

Row 28 – 30: Repeat Row 2.

Row 31 – 34: Repeat Rows 7 – 8. Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER H

Row 1: Ch 16, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining ch. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, skip the first st, sl st in the next 5 sts. Leave remaining sts unworked, do not turn. (5 sl st)

Row 5: Ch 6, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 4 ch, sl st in next unworked st of Row 3. Turn. (5 sc, 1 sl st)

Row 6: Ch 1, skip the sl st, sc in each st. Turn. (5 sts)

Row 7: Ch 1, sc in each st, sl st in next unworked st of Row 3. Turn. (5 sc, 1 sl st)

Row 8: Ch 1, skip the sl st, sl st in each of the 5 sts across. Do not turn. (5 sl st)

Row 9: Ch 7, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 5 ch, sc 3 in the sides of Rows 5 – 7 (1 st in the edge of each row), FSC (foundation single crochet) 6. Turn. (9 sc, 6 FSC)

Row 10 – 11: Ch1, sc in each st. Turn. (15 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER I

Row 1: Ch 16, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining ch. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (15 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER J

Row 1: Ch 4, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 2 ch. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 2 – 11: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 12: Ch 1, sc in 1st st, hdc in next st, dc in last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 13: Ch 2, dc in 1st st, hdc in next st, sc in last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 14 – 15: Repeat Rows 12 – 13.

Row 16 – 18: Repeat Row 2.

Row 19: Repeat Row 13.

Row 20: Repeat Row 12.

Row 21 – 22: Repeat Rows 19 – 20.

Row 23: Ch 1, sc in each st. Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER K

Row 1: Ch 16, sc in 2nd ch from hook and remaining ch. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in ea st. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 3: Ch 1, sc in the first 8 sts, leaving remaining sts unworked. Do not turn. (8 sts)

Row 4: Ch 9, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and remaining 7 ch. Sc in next unworked st of Row 2. Turn. (9 sts)

Row 5: Ch 1, skip the first 2 sts, sc in remaining 7 sts. Turn. (7 sts)

Row 6: Ch 1, sc in each of the 7 sts, then sc in remaining 6 sts of Row 2. Break yarn and finish off.

Row 7: Rejoin yarn with a sl st to the 8th (last) st of Row 3. Sc in the same st and next 2 sts of the “top arm” of the K. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 8 – 15: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER L

Row 1: Ch 16, sc in 2nd ch from hook and remaining ch. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in ea st. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, sc in the first 3 sts, leave remaining sts unworked. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 5 – 10: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 11: Ch 1, sc in each st. (3 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER M (and W!)

Row 1: Ch 16, sc in 2nd ch from hook and remaining ch. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in ea st. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, skip the first st, sc in the next st, 2 sc in the next st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 5: Ch 1, 2 sc in the first st, sc in the next st, sl st in the last st. Turn. (3 sc and a sl st)

Row 6: Ch 1, skip the sl st and the first sc, sc in the next st, 2 sc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 7: Repeat Row 5.

Row 8: Repeat Row 6.

Row 9: Repeat Row 5.

Row 10: Ch 1, skip the sl st, 2 sc in the next st, sc in the next st, sl st in the last st. Turn. (3 sc, 1 sl st)

Row 11 – 14: Repeat Rows 6 – 7.

Row 15: Repeat Row 6.

Row 16: Ch 1, sl st loosely each st. Ch 13, turn. (3 sl st, 13 ch)

Row 17:  Sc into the 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 11 ch, sc in each sl st. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 18: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 19: Ch 1, sc in each st. (15 sts). Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER N (and Z!)

Row 1: Ch 16, sc in 2nd ch from hook and remaining ch. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in ea st. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, skip the 1st st, sl st in the next st. Ch 1, sc in the next st, 2 sc in the next st, leaving remaining sts unworked. Turn. (1 sl st, 3 sc)

Row 5: Ch 1, 2 sc in the first st, sc in the next st, sl st in the last st. Turn. (3 sc and a sl st)

Row 6: Ch 1, skip the sl st and the first sc, sc in the next st, 2 sc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 7: Ch 1, 2 sc in the first st, sc in the next st, sl st in the last st. Turn. (3 sc and a sl st)

Row 8 – 15: Repeat Rows 6 – 7 four times.

Row 16: Ch 10, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch, sc in sl st and each sc, FSC (foundation single crochet) 2. Turn. (13 sc, 2 FSC)

Row 17 – 18: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (15 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER O

Row 1: Ch 4, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 2 ch. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 2 – 5: Ch 1, sc in ea st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 6: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, hdc in the 2nd st, dc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 7: Ch 2, dc in the 1st st, hdc in the 2nd st, sc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 8 – 9: Repeat Rows 6 – 7.

Row 10 – 12: Repeat Row 2.

Row 13: Repeat Row 7.

Row 14: Repeat Row 6.

Row 15 – 16: Repeat Rows 13 – 14.

Row 17 – 21: Repeat Row 2.

Row 22 – 25: Repeat Rows 6 – 7.

Row 26 – 28: Repeat Row 2.

Row 29 – 32: Repeat Rows 13 – 14. Break yarn and use end to stitch Rows 32 and 1 together. Finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER P

Row 1: Ch 16, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining ch. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first 3 sts, leaving remaining sts unworked. Turn (3 sts)

Row 5- 6: Ch1, sc in each st. Turn (3 sts)

Row 7: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, hdc in the next st, dc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 8: Ch 2, dc in the first st, hdc in the next st, sc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 9 – 14: Repeat Rows 7 – 8.

Row 15 – 17: Repeat Row 2. Turn (3 sts) Break yarn and sew Row 17 to the middle of Row 3, finish off.

The Moogly Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER Q

Row 1: Ch 4, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 2 ch. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 2 – 5: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 6: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, hdc in the 2nd st, dc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 7: Ch 2, dc in the 1st st, hdc in the 2nd st, sc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 8 – 9: Repeat Rows 6 – 7.

Row 10 – 12: Repeat Row 2.

Row 13: Repeat Row 7.

Row 14: Repeat Row 6.

Row 15 – 16: Repeat Rows 13 – 14.

Row 17 – 21: Repeat Row 2.

Row 22 – 25: Repeat Rows 6 – 7.

Row 26 – 28: Repeat Row 2.

Row 29 – 32: Repeat Rows 13 – 14. At the end of Row 32, do not turn.

Row 33: Ch 1, and working into the sides or ends of Rows 32 and 31, on the outside of the “O”, sc 3. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 34 – 36: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER R

Row 1: Ch 16, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining ch. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (15 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first 3 sts, leaving remaining sts unworked. Turn (3 sts)

Row 5- 6: Ch1, sc in each st. Turn (3 sts)

Row 7: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, hdc in the next st, dc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 8: Ch 2, dc in the first st, hdc in the next st, sc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 9 – 14: Repeat Rows 7 – 8.

Row 15 – 16: Repeat Row 2. Turn (3 sts)

Row 17: Repeat Row 2. Do not turn (3 sts)

Row 18: Ch 1, and working into the sides or ends of Rows 17 and 16, on the outside of the curve, sl st, then ch 1 and sc 3. Turn. (3 sts, 1 sl st)

Row 19: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, hdc in the next st, dc in the last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 20 – 23: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts) Break yarn and finish off. Use one tail to sew Row 17 to the middle of Row 3.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER S

Row 1: Ch 4, sc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc in next ch, dc in last ch. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 2: Ch 2, dc in 1st st, hdc in next st, sc in last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 3: Ch 1, sc in 1st st, hdc in next st, dc in last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 4: Ch 2, dc in 1st st, hdc in next st, sc in last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 5 – 6: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 7 – 14: Repeat Rows 3 – 4.

Row 15 – 16: Repeat Row 5.

Row 17 – 24: Repeat Rows 2 – 3.

Row 25 – 26: Repeat Row 5.

Row 27 – 30: Repeat Rows 2 – 3. Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER T

Row 1: Ch 13, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch. Turn. (12 sts)

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (12 sts)

Row 3: Ch 1, sc in each st. Do not turn. (12 sts)

Row 4: Ch 7, sc in 2nd ch from hook and remaining ch, sc 3 in the ends of Rows 1 – 3, FSC (foundation single crochet) 6. Turn. (9 sc, 6 FSC)

Row 5 – 6: Ch 1, sc in each st across. Turn. (15 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER U

Row 1: Ch 4, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 2 ch. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 2 – 11: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 12: Ch 1, sc in 1st st, hdc in next st, dc in last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 13: Ch 2, dc in 1st st, hdc in next st, sc in last st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 14 – 15: Repeat Rows 12 – 13.

Row 16 – 18: Repeat Row 2.

Row 19: Repeat Row 13.

Row 20: Repeat Row 12.

Row 21 – 22: Repeat Rows 19 – 20.

Row 23 – 33: Repeat Row 2. Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER V

Row 1: Ch 30, sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next 12 ch. Sc2tog over next 3 sts, skipping the center st. Sc in remaining 13 ch. Turn. (27 sts)

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first 12 sts. Sc2tog over next 3 sts, skipping the center st. Sc in remaining 12 sts. Turn. (25 sts)

Row 3: Ch 1, sc in first 11 sts. Sc2tog over next 3 sts, skipping the center st. Sc in remaining 11 sts. (23 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER W (see M!)

For the letter W, see the instructions for the letter M, and turn it upside down when finished!

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER X

Row 1: Ch 18, sc in 2nd ch from hook and remaining 16 ch. Turn. (17 sts)

Row 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (17 sts) At the end of Row 3, break yarn and finish off.

Row 4: Rejoin yarn with a sl st in 8th st from left (on either long side). Sc in this st and next 2 sts. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 5 – 10: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

Row 11 – 17: Repeat Rows 4 – 10 on opposite side.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER Y

Row 1: Ch 4, sc in 2nd ch from hook and remaining 2 ch. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 2 – 5: Ch 1, sc in each st. Turn. (3 sts)

Row 6: Ch 1, sc in each st. Do not turn. (3 sts)

Row 7: Ch 10, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and remaining 8 ch, sc in each sc from Row 6, ch 10. Turn. (12 sc, 10 ch)

Row 8: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and remaining 8 ch, sc in each sc to end. Turn. (21 sts)

Row 9: Ch 1, sc in the first 9 sts. Sc2tog over the next 3 sts, skipping the center st. Sc in the remaining 9 sts. Turn. (19 sts)

Row 10: Ch 1, sc in first 9 sts. Break yarn and use seamless join to finish off, joining to the sc2tog st in the center.

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - free patterns! #crochetTHE LETTER Z (see N!)

For the letter Z, see the instructions for the letter N, and turn it on it’s side when finished!

One recommendation: When planning a project, use the Print Friendly button at the bottom of the pattern. This will allow you to delete the letters you are not interested in and only print out the patterns for the letters you want to use! Just remember, if you are in need of a W or Z, you’ll need to include the instructions for M or N. I hope you enjoy The Moogly Crochet Alphabet and are able to use it to add a personalized touch to some of your projects!

The Moogly Crochet Alphabet - Free patterns for every letter! #crochetWritten pattern copyright Tamara Kelly 2013. Please do not reprint or repost this pattern, but please do link to this page to share this pattern with others. You may sell items made from this pattern, but please include a link to www.mooglyblog.com on the online listing, or on the sale tag if selling at a craft fair, storefront, or other in person sales.

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Comments

  1. 1

    Jean says

    How did you know this was just what I’ve been looking for? You always seem to read my mind. Have a new grand-baby on the way and I wanted to use initials on a couple of hats and blankets. THANKS a million!

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        Shana says

        Hi Ms. Kelly! I have a question regarding the Letter “A”

        Row 4: Sc in the back hump of the 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 2 ch. Sc2tog, working into the same st as the last sc of Row 3 and the next unworked st (sts #5 and 6 of that side of the A.). Turn. (4 sts)

        What does the “Sc2tog, working into the same st as the last sc of Row 3 and the next unworked st (sts #5 and 6 of that side of the A.).” mean?

        Hope you reply ASAP! Thank you.

        • 4

          Tamara Kelly says

          Hi Shana! Sc2tog is single crochet two together – it’s a decrease stitch. Insert the hook into the same st as you made the last st of Row 3 in (on the right side “upright” of the A), yo and pull up a loop. Then insert the hook into the next stitch on the right side of the A (left unworked in Row 3), yo and pull up another loop. You now have 3 loops on the hook. Yo again and pull through all 3 loops on the hook. :)

    • 5

      stephanie tickle says

      I love the idea of being able to crochet the alphabet but being a complete beginner im stuck on letter A, row four, makes absolutely no sense to me, is there any video demonstrations to help me out.xx

        • 7

          stephanie tickle says

          ahh that’s fab, look forward to it, ill keep practicing n hopefully get the hang of it. thank you.xxx

  2. 9

    Annie Shelton says

    I’m so happy you posted this! I feel like it’s just for meeee!!! =) When you asked on Facebook a few weeks ago what patters people would like to see, I said crochet alphabet! Hooray! Thanks!!!

  3. 10

    says

    You are wonderful!!! Thank you so much. I really love the MOOGLY pennant you made and now that you’ve been so kind and generous to show us how to make the entire alphabet I’m gonna be a pennant making fool :) Thanks so much for all you do and share with us.

  4. 13

    Patti Wells says

    I just wanted to let you know how much I love your site. I anxiously await the time when I can finally look at it to see what you have offered each day. Thank you so much for being here.
    Patti

  5. 14

    tia mia says

    Thanks so much for sharing your crochet patterns with all of us…I love your alphabet letters. Awesome work!!!!

  6. 15

    says

    Thank you for your fab alphabet…and loads of other wonderful woolly wonders Tamara!
    Keep up the great work – you are a real inspiration.
    Ali

  7. 18

    Julia Tellier says

    Thank you for posting your Moogly Alphabet, I’ve been looking for a way to personalize my Teacher Husbands classroom with banners and these letters will be perfect for that. He teaches Algebra and Pre-Algebra which I will now crochet to put up on his walls. Thank you so much.

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    Dianna says

    ok i need some help. do i crochet the ‘f’ like the ‘e’ ? i am trying to place the correct letter next to the instructions and i seem to be off a few letters.
    thank you for sharing your talents

    • 26

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Dianna! The instructions for each letter are beneath the photo for that letter. Yes, the F is just like the E, except without that last “arm.” :D

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        Dianna says

        thank you. but the way my printer printed up the letters are not near the instructions that is why i am a bit flustered over which is which.

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          Tamara Kelly says

          Ah, gotcha! That does sound super confusing! Did you use the Print Friendly button at the bottom?

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            Dianna says

            yes but when printer started printing i saw the craziness and didn’t want ink wasted so i kept going.
            can you help me where to connect each ?

          • 30

            Tamara Kelly says

            Yikes, sorry about that, it should have stayed lined up! All I can recommend is comparing the printed version to the online version and marking each set of instructions as it’s letter. They are at least in order I hope?

          • 31

            Tamara Kelly says

            Ok, I just took a look at what the Print Friendly does to this pattern – what a mess! I’ll add text labels so that will help with future printings. I had no idea it would rearrange it all like that!

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    Tess says

    This is so awesome… have been looking for an alphabet for crochet!! This is perfect! Thank you so very much for sharing!!! And the videos!! Haven’t checked them yet, but will be so helpful for visual!!! :)

    GOD BLESS!!!

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    kristen carlton says

    i seem to be having trouble with the ‘a’ the end of row three and row four is not working out for me is any one else having trouble or is it just me missing something

    • 36

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi kristen! The A is one of the trickier letters. The chain at the end of Row 3 are the start of the cross-bar of the A, and Row 4 is working back across those chains, and anchoring it back on the side, before working back onto the cross bar. Does that help at all?

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        Giuseppe Lucarelli says

        Hi, I am getting stuck at this point too. Not getting when/where to anchor back to the other side. Is there a step missing?

        • 38

          Tamara Kelly says

          Let me see if I can help. Ok, so you’ve got the left upright side of the A and the right upright side, and the cross bar that connects them horizontally. Now, when you read Row 3, it says

          Ch 1, sc in the first 11 sts. Sc2tog over next 3 sts, skipping the center st. Sc in the next 4 sts, leaving remaining sts unworked. Ch 4, turn. (16 sc, 4 ch)

          So, you sc up the left side (Ch 1, sc in the first 11 sts.), made the sc2tog that creates the top point between the sides (Sc2tog over next 3 sts, skipping the center st.), and start working down the right side, but stop after 4 sc (Sc in the next 4 sts, leaving remaining sts unworked.). Then you chain 4, which will be “pointing toward” the left side of the A (Ch 4, turn).

          Now, we move to Row 4:

          Sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 2 ch. Sc2tog, working into the same st as the last sc of Row 3 and the next unworked st. Turn. (4 sts)

          Working back into the ch 4 you just made, skip the ch closest to the hook and sc in the next ch, as well as the other 2 ch (Sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in remaining 2 ch.). Then: insert the hook into the same stitch as the last sc made in Row 3 (the 4th sc on the right side of the A), and pull up a loop. Insert your hook again into the very next st on the left side of the A (the first unworked stitch left over from Row 3, what would’ve been the 5th st of that side), and pull up another loop. Yarn over and pull through. This completes the sc2tog (Sc2tog, working into the same st as the last sc of Row 3 and the next unworked st.).

          Now for Row 5:

          Sc in the next 4 sts (the sc2tog and the 3 sc from for 4). Turn. (4 sts)

          Without chaining, sc in the top of the sc2tog that you just made, and the 3 sc sts of the cross bar. This gives you 4 sc sts.

          So for Row 6:

          Ch 1, 2 sc in the 1st st, sc in the next 3 sts. Sc2tog, working into the last st of the last sc2tog and the next unworked st. Sc in the remaining 4 unworked sts from Row 2. (10 sts) Break yarn and finish off.

          Chain 1 and work 2 sc sts in the first st (still working into the cross bar). Sc in the other 3 sts of the cross bar (includes the st worked into the top of the sc2tog). These are the last stitches worked on the cross bar. Now you’re going to make another sc2tog like you did in Row 4 – first insert the hook in the same stitch that you used for the second half of the previous sc2tog (the 5th st of the right side of the A). Yo, pull up a loop, and insert the hook into the next (unworked) st on the right side of the A (what would’ve been the 6th st of Row 3 if you hadn’t made the cross bar), yo, and pull up a second loo. Yo and pull through again to complete the sc2tog. At this point there should be 4 remaining sts on the right upright of the A, so sc in each of those and you’re done.

          I hope this helps! Let me know if you’re still having trouble!

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    Jill_in_Alabama says

    can’t wait to pair the initials with the crochet bib patterns you listed a couple of weeks ago! It’s such fun to make fun things!

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    Angie says

    Thank you for the letters! Sweet! I was also having trouble with the A….I did it like 4 times and finally gave up but I couldn’t five up forever. Because my whole family has an A in every name lol. I did the steps just like it said but for some reason I was missing the part where you would anchor or tie into the other bar. I finally just worked something out. My S looks great!!! My M is a little weird but I think that was just my stitching. I tried the B and had to give up last night but I’m going to try again tonight. I love your site and have shared it with friends. When I need a pattern for something I always come here first and see if you have it. Thanks again for all you do!!!!

    • 45

      Tamara Kelly says

      :D Some of the letters are rather tricky, I’ll admit! And blocking helps a LOT – little things like this always want to be kind of wonky. With any luck I’ll have a video on blocking them up very soon!

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    kristen says

    Thank you so much! That did help also trying it during those few min of quiet time i get helped a lot too..haha again thank you so much for all the wonderful work you share. I have my daughters name done and ready to go…her name is Aria so i really had to master a…making a diaper bag now to put it on…thanks again

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    hatangel says

    You are a LIFESAVER! I have been so stressed trying to find a really good FREE (yea!) pattern for the entire alphabet. Do you have a numbers pattern, please, please, please? Thanks, hatangel.

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    hatangel says

    YEA!!!!!!!!!! I, like another poster finally “gave up” (getting too old and impatient) trying to make the letters and numbers come out looking professional. Looking forward to the numbers! God bless you!

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    mjmb says

    I was excited to make this alphabet but I’ve been stuck on the “A” . I don’t know what I’m doing wrong :( think I’ll take a break and try again another day.

    • 52

      Tamara Kelly says

      Sorry you’re having trouble mjmb! Did you read the comments before yours? There’s a walk-through there that might help. It’s a pity the A is first, it’s probably the trickiest one!

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    LIz says

    Wow! I can’t wait to get these done. I’m going to give them as gifts for first birthdays!

    I’m having a hard time with row 12 on the “B” though. Can anyone help me out? I’m just not understanding.

    • 56

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Liz! I’m sorry you’re having trouble! Row 12 is made working into the outside curve of the upper curve of the B – into the edges of the rows. So Rows 1-11 make the straight upright line and the top curve. For Row 12, you slip stitch along the bottom outside edge of the top curve, then chain 1 and work a sc, hdc, and dc into the edge as well. The exact placement of the sts doesn’t matter so much as that they’re about “stitch width” apart. This starts the bottom curve of the B.

      Does that help?

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    Lisa Lockhart says

    Tamara, you’re just the BEST! These are awesome.. I’m going to make banners for my granddaughter’s and my “coming in late April/May 5th” grandson’s rooms. They are SO cool! You give so much back to the crocheting community with your free patterns, videos and tireless help with all our questions!
    p.s. My cell phone pouch (I was the one who asked you to design one last April!) is kinda dirty but still hanging strong. :-) I love your patterns and videos! Thanks again!

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    Gigi Lee says

    These letters are great. I’m going to make bunting for my craft show tables. Thanks. Love your patterns.

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    Natalie says

    Fabulous, thank you!

    Any chance of a pattern for the & sign or is that too ambitious?!

    Am making wedding bunting for a friend and the & sign would be a welcome addition between their names!

    Thanks x

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    Natalie says

    Thank you but I think I confused you! I’ve made the pennants already but need a pattern for the symbol

    &

    So I can make ‘Tim & Helen’ to stitch onto the pennants!

    Does that make sense?! Thank you x

    • 64

      Tamara Kelly says

      Aha! LOL, yes I was confused! Sorry about that. I don’t have any symbols made up currently, but I could maybe whip that one up. ;)

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      Tamara Kelly says

      Those look great Aimee, fun post! I would’ve commented on it but I couldn’t since I don’t have Blogger.

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    Sue Martino says

    Jus a note to say thank u for the pattern to this alphabet. I thought it would be a good way for my grand daughters (3 & 5) to Learn the letters and spell words and play games with them. Again thank you.

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        Tracey Reichert says

        Hi – thanks for these – they are awesome. I am not the most experienced and have most of the B down but most have done something around row 11. Do u have a video of B or any thoughts?

        • 73

          Tamara Kelly says

          Ok, at the end of Row 11 you essentially have a P. So to make that bottom bump, you’re moving around to the bottom of the top bump. If you look at the picture, you can see how the bottom bump start out to the right a bit, so you need to travel there via the start of Row 12. Does that help?

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    Gemma Blackwell says

    Such great instructions thank you! I’m fairly new to crochet but found your instructions clear & easy to follow. I now have my friends little girl’s name crocheted to go with my crocheted hearts to make some pretty bunting for her 1st birthday!

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    Hope says

    thank you very much I’ve been looking for a written pattern cause I still can’t read the pattern with symbol
    I have a Q .. in LETTER A I cant get it ( skipping the center st. Sc in remaining ) in row 1-2-3
    again
    thank you very much for this easy pattern (:
    xoxo

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    Hope says

    its seems everybody have a trouble with letter A , so kindly can you make a tutorial ( how to crochet latter A ) thank you

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    Mercedes Smith says

    I just came across this site… LOVE IT! Is there a link to how to attach the letters to things (like crochet blankets)? Thanks in advance!

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      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Mercedes! There isn’t a link for that, but I would recommend leaving long tails on the letters and then sewing them on if possible.

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    Adele Anderton says

    Have you go a lower case set as well?
    This looks amazing a will use very soon.
    Thank you

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    betsy ezell says

    i have been trying for so long to find the letters ty so much for sharing them im sure was alot of work just wriying these up .very much appreciated ty so much again.

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    says

    CAME ACROSS THE NUMBERS WHILE CHECKING THE SITE. WAS MORE THRILLED WHEN I CHECKED OUT THE LETTERS! CAN’T SAY THANK YOU BIG ENOUGH!!! HAVE WANTED THESE PATTERNS FOR A LONG TIME.

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    Nicole says

    Hi! Love this! Any tips on how to switch some of the letters around for a lefty? The only thing I have come up with is attaching the letters backwards o_O
    Thanks! Love your blog!

    • 89

      Tamara Kelly says

      Ack, I wish I were better with the lefthanded thing! Though sewing them on backwards might work since they’re in rows and not in the round… heh.

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    Farah says

    Thank you so much for the patterns , I just made letter s for a bag ,it was very easy to make thank you soo much

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    says

    I was wondering if I could post a link to your site as a reference. I have been thinking about making a bunting saying Ramadan Kareem and was wondering if I could add a link to your site so that people can use your pattern to make their own letter buntings.
    thank you
    philippa

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        says

        please ignore the last comment I couldn’t find my comment and thought the worst . Am really sorry
        thank you . Was hoping to start a new feature on my BlogSpot to show off the best sites for crochet knitting and general crafts and wanted to write about your site as it is really useful and accessible. thank you didn’t want to put it on my blog without asking your permission first.
        philippa

        • 96

          Tamara Kelly says

          It’s fine! :D I understand how things can get missed. <3 The nesting comment thing is tricky. I hope when you write it up you come back and share the link!

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            says

            I Wrote a post about my Ramadan bunting and recommended your site if you like you can look at my bunting on http://heavenspun.blogspot.com/
            Hope you like it. I have to say I have been wanting to be able to make letters for the last three years so thank you soo much. I will be able to make name buntings for all my nieces now.

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            Tamara Kelly says

            It’s lovely philippa, and thank you for you the link! I would have commented on your blog but I don’t have blogger. Happy Ramadan!

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    says

    so can I please put a link to your site from my blog. it would be good for you cos everyone that looks at my blog would come to you . I am not taking any credit for your designs I just want to be able to show the people who read my blog where I get my patterns from . Could you please reply to me . As my last comment was deleted and I have not idea why? Especially as its more good for you than me . I am not doing anything bad I just want to show people where to go to get a great pattern. And I was planning on writing a blog spot on how great your site is . So please do me the courtesy of replying to me.
    philippa

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    pippa king says

    Thankyou so much for sharing these patterns :) i have used them several times already to make bunting as birthday presents :), i was wondering if you has a set of lower case letters? would be sooo appreciated :) thanks again for sharing x

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    Serena says

    I used these cute letters on a pillow for my nephew and his fiance for their wedding shower. I posted a picture on my Raverly page. (Rena19)
    Thanks for all your posts and patterns!

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    E. J. Pyewackit says

    Ms Tamara,

    Thank you so much for this how-to crochet letters and numbers! I’m a newbie with crochet and love the ease of making the letters and numbers from your directions. Awesome!
    E.J. Pyewackit

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    says

    Hi Tamara – I just wanted to thank you again for sharing these patterns. I just made an iPad cozy for my mother in law, and she is a HUGE Nebraska Huskers fan, so I made your letter ‘N’ to put on the front of the cozy. It turned out great! Many thanks.

    Penny

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      Tamara Kelly says

      It’s hard to say without seeing it, but it sounds like maybe you’re missing a Row 5 repeat, or possible repeating rows 2-3 when it’s supposed to be 3-4 (or vice versa). Those are my best guesses anyway!

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        Serena says

        It took me a few tries to get the “S” to come out correctly. I had to wait until I had no distractions so I could make sure I was doing the correct repeats. Take a break and come back to it…hopefully it will work for you!! Good luck!!

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    Jo Ann Bigham says

    For: Tamara Kelly,

    I am a bit confused about which patterns I would be allowed to make and “sell” at a craft show.

    For instance: I just bought the Sven Sweater. I AM allowed to make and “sell” the finished product. Correct?

    Yet, the Angel Pinafore dress (turquoise) downloaded for free on Moogly, I AM NOT allowed to crochet and “sell” the finished product correct?

    How do I know for sure which ones I CAN and CANNOT crochet and sell?

    How about the Antie “M” baby Abigail sweater? Yes or No to selling he finished product?

    • 116

      Tamara Kelly says

      Any of the patterns I’ve written (all of which should say either copyright Tamara Kelly or copyright mooglyblog at the bottom), you are free to make and sell – that includes the Sven Sweater and any of the free patterns. The patterns in the roundups, such as the Angel Pinafore Dress, are not my designs – I didn’t write them, and I don’t own the copyright. I’m just sharing the links. You’ll need to read the fine print or ask the designer on those, as each one will be different.

      The Auntie M Abigail Baby sweater, while hosted here on Moogly, is not my pattern. Auntie M no longer has a blog and has given me permission to host the pattern so that it doesn’t get lost. In the original post on Auntie M’s blog she did ask that people not sell items made from that pattern.

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    happy star says

    you know what?…i have tried them to make within the couple of week!..but I know…u are genius!..I love u an’ your tutorials!..♥♥♥! ;)..it’s awesome!.specially ”V” is difficult!..an’ that is the 1 you make V.v nice ♥

    • 119

      Tamara Kelly says

      Thank you happy star! I’m wondering if charts will help with the letters? They’re definitely not beginner patterns- lots of twists and turns!

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          Marrie says

          sorry Tamara!..you haven’t replied!…well,if you have any cannot make so no problem!..i know you are busy person!.. thanks for your charts help!.& they are written in so clear words!..so no problem!..actually i am Saudi!..i have a little problem in understanding English!…THANK YOU for the help!…♥…still watching your tutorials!

          • 124

            Tamara Kelly says

            Hi Marrie! I will see what I can do – I can only make 1 video a week, so to do all the letters would take many months. I hope to get the charts up soon – as they aren’t in English I hope it will help faster.

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    Mel Kel says

    I also am having problems with the M. I was able to do the T with great success and it forced me to learn the foundation SC. I can get half the M perfectly but as I start up the other side it just gets all muddled. Any advice? And yes, a chart might be helpful to make sure I’m not off in my counting.
    Thanks so much, I really love the letters!
    Melissa

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    Connie says

    Wow! This alphabet is just what I was looking for to compliment Christmas gifts I am crocheting for my 13 ” grand-angels “. They are easy, just the right size and the photos are most helpful. Thank you, and God bless you for sharing.

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    Naomi says

    Hi I am doing a yarn bomb for Christmas and was looking for an alphabet to be able to make “merry christimas’ out of, how easy do you think this would be to make larger? We are looking at our panels to be 30-40cm long.

    • 131

      Tamara Kelly says

      Those are some big letters! I think it could be done – using several strands of yarn held together and a great big hook would get you close! Then work a nice sc edging all around. You might need to make the lines longer but it would take some experimenting to know for sure.

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    Dawn Goode says

    Foundation single crochet

    Help, I’m loving your crochet letter patterns, I have even done letter A without too many problems thanks to your video. I have got stuck on H when I have got to the six foundation single crochet. I can’t see anything on your page, is there a video for how to do H? Any help greatly received

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    Dawn Goode says

    Is there a video for H, your tutorial on foundation single crochet is very helpful but I’m missing something as the rest of the chain is thick but the join is thin. I have worked back and tried numerous times but still stuck. I’d be very grateful xxx

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    says

    These are terrific! I’ve been crocheting hats for my daughter who is about to turn four (a Batman hat / mask and a tiger, so far). Can’t wait to make one with an initial on it!

    • 144

      Tamara Kelly says

      Ouch! My best guess would be you skipped a row of sc sts – which would send the curve off in the opposite direction! Such a bummer though!

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    Holly says

    Would love love love lower case if you get around to it. Tried out the R & S tonight and your pattern was very easy to follow along :) Thank you soooo much for making this & your numbers a free pattern :)

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    Rachael says

    Hi! Love your letters! Thanks for sharing! I’m so confused about the fsc on the h and t. Your video tutorial is very helpful but is it exactly the same when in the middle of a project instead of beginning? Do I still chain 2? When I chain 2 it creates separation.. I’m sure I’m being confusing.. Sorry. If you’re able to help me it’d be greatly appreciated! Thanks!!

    • 148

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Rachael! Sorry for the confusion – this is something I need to make a video about specifically, but it’s a simple trick. Don’t chain, but treat the last regular st you worked as a previous foundation stitch. In other words, insert your hook into the base of the stitch that you are extending from to start the fsc. Does that help?

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    says

    I used this tutorial to make a “M” for my daughters blanket I made her. Is there a trick to attaching the letters to a crochet blanket? When I winged it last night the M turned into what looked to be the W from the ‘Wu Tang Clan’ haha.

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    melissa says

    Your alphabet pattern is exactly right for my daughter’s preschool teacher. I am having a rough go with the M pattern. It’s going wonky in the middle. Any suggestions?

    • 153

      Tamara Kelly says

      It may seem a little spread out in the middle, but sewing it down as you want it to lay helps. I’m not sure if that’s what you mean?

      • 154

        Melissa says

        Well, on each attempt the middle ‘v’ of the ‘M’ either goes wavy or in the wrong direction. I will not give up, but simply move on to the next letter and come back as another post noted when it’s quieter and I can concentrate better. A video tutorial would do me well for this one, too because I don’t read patterns very well. Your patterns are giving me a lot of practise though! :)

        OAN, I hadn’t thought about bunting for my daughter’s preschool room but that may work out better than an extremely long two to four row sc chain.

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    doneva says

    finishing up an afghan for my great grandson and decided to use the moogly alphabet so I could put his name on it. the A was fun but the video is pretty good and after you watch it the directions make sense. I did decide to slip stitch around each letter to even out the edges especially for those letters that curve and it really looks nice. thanks for offering the letters for free. always a good day when you not only find the pattern you need but it’s FREE.

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    AlexandreA says

    Hi I was wondering if you have a lower case set I’m making gifts my kids and want to put their names on them would love to have a lower case set
    Thanks for the upper case

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    Melissa says

    Is anyone else having trouble understanding the directions for row 4 of the letter K? Or the K overall? I am struggling and I NEED that letter!! LOL HELP!!!

    • 160

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Melissa! How can I help? Basically, in row 3, you sc in the first 8 sts and leave 7 sts unworked. Then, in Row 4, you chain 9, ignoring everything from Row 1-3, then skip the ch closest to the hook and sc back down that ch toward Row 3, and the sc in what would’ve been the 9th st of Row 3, if you had continued crocheting that row. Does that help?

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    says

    Hi Tamara!
    Thank you for thw wonderful pattern! All the instructions are well written and easy to follow and the result is amazing! I was wondering if you could help me with something.. I wanted to crochet a streamer that says Merry Christmas in Greek but the letter S in greek is different! All the other letter are alike and I can adjust them but S seems impossible! It’s Σ in greek!
    Thanx a lot!!

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      Tamara Kelly says

      Thank you Stella! Have you taken a look at the numbers? I’m thinking the #3 could work – just mirror the top on the bottom?

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    Ashley Bri says

    I really like these letters, they’re really helpful for presents and personalizing projects. Thank you for putting them up. I’m having a little bit of trouble with the letters with S and C. When I try to do an S i get a large C and when i do a C i get a small awkward S. Can you help me with the pattern?

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      Tamara Kelly says

      It sounds like you’re working the wrong number of sc 3 rows in the middle – one too many or too few, which will affect the direction of the bottom curve.

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    Teri Robbins says

    Thanks so much for the crochet letter patterns! I’m pretty good at improvising things I need when I don’t have a pattern, or even altering a pattern to fit exactly what I want, but I’ve never done any letters before. And yes, only a few days ago I agreed to crochet a letter to go on an afghan for a friend’s friend! Are all us crochet-ers guilty of that kind of thing or is it just me???

    Either way, I just wanted to say thanks! I love your blog and you inspire me on many of my own projects!

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    sarah smith says

    I have been looking for patterns for the punctuation marks like the # ! &? Stuff like that do u know where I could find them

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    Baybaycarr says

    Hello, thank you for the crochet letter’s and number’s. I love then. I am having trouble making the letter H. Please help me with this letter. Thank you

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            Tamara Kelly says

            Ok, so in Rows 1-8 you’ve made one vertical side of the H and the horizontal crossbar that will connect it to the other side of the H. Row 9 begins the first row of the second vertical crossbar. So what you do is ch 7, to start the the top half of the vertical side, then skipping the ch closest to the hook, sc in the remaining 6 chains.

            This brings you back to the horizontal cross bar. Sc 3 sts in the end of the bar, working right on across when the vertical bar should cross the horizontal bar. Then, you’ll want to extend this row for the bottom half of the vertical bar with 6 foundation single crochet (fsc) stitches. I have a video tutorial on how to do this here: http://www.mooglyblog.com/extending-rows-fsc/ And that’s it for Row 9. Does that help?

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    Baybaycarr says

    Hello thank you so much for the crochet letters. I love them. I am having trouble making the letter H. Please help me with this letter. Thank you

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    Jaquie young says

    Please help I am stuck on “n”. I am new to this and I am not understanding the pattern. Thank you

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        Jaquie young says

        I am having trouble making the second leg of the it. I am not really understanding how to make the second leg work. I have only been crocheting since December but I made the “a” and it was easy. But I think it was because the video really helped. Thank you

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          Tamara Kelly says

          The part that is diagonal? Basically it’s 3 sc sts, shifted to one side in each row, so that the last two are in the same stitch, creating the diagonal line. If you look at the crochet symbol chart, you are working from left to right. :)

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            Jaquie Young says

            Yes the diagonal section. It just doesn’t look right to me as I am working on it. I try to follow the chart but still being new at this is confuses me a little. Maybe it just looks different because I am left handed. I will keep working on it thanks.

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            Tamara Kelly says

            Ah, yes! If you’re left handed it will be backwards I think. Flipping the N over should solve that though.

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    Margo james says

    My son asked me to make him an afghan using the ASU colors but he wanted the letters on a field of maroon. I have been looking for two years to find ready made letters or an ASU logo I could appliqué with no luck. Now I found your wonderful blog with these awesome letters, so I can finally fulfill his request. I need to make the letters maroon trimmed in gold, so I thought size 10 thread would be best for the trim. Thoughts? Thank you so much. I love your blog!

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    Lindsay says

    Dear Tamara,
    Thanks a bunch. My little girl is turning one next week…Making flags with her name on them!
    Love the website!!

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    Ro says

    Hi! Thank you so much for your tutorial – I’m finding it simple enough for a complete newbie so that’s great! However my V is coming out about half the size as the rest of the letters – it’s sandwiched between to Es but just won’t fit on the garland. It’s the same wool – where am I going wrong? If I double the length what stitches would I need to sc2tog in? Thank you! R

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    Sonya says

    Hi these are great,! I managed to do the A with no problem; however I’m struggling with the M. It turns out very wide compared to the others. I’ve tried twice but still no luck. What can you advice? Many thanks!

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      Tamara Kelly says

      The M is a bit wider – blocking and sewing it as you want it to lay takes care of a lot of the issues. :)

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    pamela says

    I am having trouble with the letter R. When I looked at row 18 I got so confused. Could you may explain to me what would be the best route to doing that row right?

    Row 18: Ch 1, and working into the sides or ends of Rows 17 and 16, on the outside of the curve, sl st, then ch 1 and sc 3. Turn. (3 sts, 1 sl st)

    I am new with the letters and a bit of a beginner at crochet. This lettering deal means a great deal to me though. I’m using them to crochet my little baby girl’s name onto her blanket. she is my first and I want the best for her once she is born. any advice would be a big help. thank you :)

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      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Pamela! Congratulations on your little girl! Ok, so for Row 18. If you look at what you’ve got so far, it should be a letter P. So with Row 18 you are moving to the bottom of the curve that makes the P, so you can start making the second “leg” to turn it into an R. Does that help?

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    Krissy says

    I love these!! Started in the B cause didn’t want the difficult A to be my first.
    It seems that Row 7 is missing from the directions though. I got through rows 1-6 and then for 8-11 it says to repeat rows 6&7. With no 7 I repeated 5&6. Not sure if this is right though cause I didn’t know when or how to join the top bubble of the B to the straight part. Does that mKe sense?
    On the plus side however, I ditched the written instructions after three attempts at it and finished it using the pattern with symbols. Never done that before!!
    So my B is done but I know it isn’t exactly right. Could it be the missing Row 7?

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    Jaine loh says

    Love your patterns. I’ve finished “Class of 2015″ for my daughter in her school’s color. Does it matter which is the front or back for the alphabets and numbers? And, should I use yarn or sewing thread to sew the alphabets on the flag? Thanks.

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      Tamara Kelly says

      Thank you so much Jaine! The front or back is just a matter of making sure they face the right way to be readable. I used yarn to sew them on, but you can use whichever you prefer. :)

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    Kimberly says

    Hi I was wondering is there any way you can explain how to do the letter Y I seem to be having trouble with it I am very confused thank you.

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    Tamara Kelly says

    Hi Kimberly! Essentially you’re working from the bottom up. You make the vertical base, 3 sc wide, and then make the V at the top. You ch 10 to make one side, sc back to the middle, and then ch 10 to make the second side of the V. Then it’s just shaping up the rest of the V. I hope that helps!

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  1. […] And above are the other two squares along with my name that I crocheted to go on the wall next to the boyfriends name but I still haven’t got round to doing his yet. For the letters I used the Moogly Crochet Alphabet, which you can find here. […]

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