Zebra Finger Puppet

There’s just one more finger puppet pattern I want to share with you (for now) – the final companion to the Lion, Monkey, and Wild Man…. the Zebra Finger Puppet!

Zebra Finger Puppet Pattern on www.mooglyblog.comZebra Finger Puppet

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  • US G, 4mm hook
  • White worsted weight yarn, small amount
  • Black worsted weight yarn, small amount
  • Optional: small plastic eyes or buttons

Body:
Row 1: Starting with white yarn and magic circle, 6sc into the circle. Join with sl st and ch1.
Row 2: Work 2sc into each st. (12 sc) Join with sl st and ch1. Stop here for a moment and weave in the starting end while you can.
Row 3: With black yarn, work evenly around (12sc). Join with sl st and ch1.
Row 4: With white yarn, work evenly around (12sc). Join with sl st and ch1.
Row 5 – 10: Repeat Row 3 – 4 3x.
Row 11: With black yarn, work even around. Break yarn and use seamless join to finish off, weave in end.

Nose and Eyes:
Row 1: Starting with black yarn and magic circle, 6sc into the circle. Join with sl st.
Row 2: With white yarn, ch1 and work evenly around (6sc). Join with sl st.
Row 3: With black yarn,ch1 and sc in first st, 2sc in next st, sc in each of next 2 sts, and then 2sc in next st, sc in last st (8sc). Join with sl st.
Row 4: With white yarn, ch1 and sc in first st, 2sc in next st, sc in each of next 5 sts, and then 2sc in next st (10sc). Join with sl st.
Row 5: With black yarn, (do NOT ch), sl st somewhat loosely across next 6 sts.
Row 6: With white yarn, ch1 and turn. Working in FLO, dc in first sl st, 2 dc in next st, dc in next 2 st, 2 dc in next st, dc in last sl st (8dc).

Break yarn and finish off, leaving about 12″ of tail to sew nose to body. Add eyes, either plastic doll eyes or french knots of black yarn, to dc row as shown in picture. Stuff the end of the nose with a little bit of scrap yarn and sew to the body, with the center of Row 6 nearly at the top of the body.

Ears: (make 2)
With black yarn, ch 4. Sl st in the second ch from hook, sc in next ch, sl st in last ch, and ch 1. Break yarn and finish off, leaving a few inches of tail of yarn. Sew the ears to the top of head on either side of body Row 1, with each curved side facing forward.

Mane:
With black yarn, ch 15, break yarn and finish off, leaving a few inches at each end for sewing it on (but not yet!). Cut 6″ pieces of yarn for hair –  8 black and 7 white. Using tapestry or yarn needle, thread each piece onto a chain and knot at the base, holding both ends together. Start at one end with a black piece and alternate black and white with each chain, ending with the last black piece. Sew the mane to the body, with one end coming up between the ears. Stand all the “hairs” up straight from the body and trim them to desired length (about 1 inch).

Jungle Finger Puppets Set - free crochet patterns - lion, zebra, monkey, wild manAnd that’s the Jungle Finger Puppets Set! Best of all, with these basic pieces – the body, the ears, etc, you can make dozens of different finger puppets!  What will you make next? Once you’ve got your puppets, be sure to check out the Jungle Finger Puppets Carrying Case – a great way to keep them safe and take this show on the road!

Be sure to check out the Moogly Facebook page for the latest updates and fun extras! Written pattern copyright Tamara Kelly 2012, please do not repost or reprint this pattern, but do use a link to this page when sharing this pattern with others. See the All About Moogly page for more information on selling finished items. You can contact me via Facebook message or at [email protected]

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  1. 3

    nisha says

    Hi !
    Just wanna say love the puppets! they are really cute! You’ve mentioned a written copyright. Is it okay to make creations out of this pattern to sell? Please do let me know. Thanks!

    • 4

      moogly says

      nisha, if you do sell things made from my patterns, I do ask that you include a link to the pattern here on moogly, either on the online listing or on the finished product. Thanks so much for asking!

      • 5

        nisha says

        Thank You so much! Will make sure to link it back to you. I make a lot of crochet stuff myself so I can understand about copyright infringement!! With inspiration from your finger puppets i hope to make a barnyard series . my kids would love them with their nighttime stories! Take care and happy crocheting!

  2. 6

    Diane says

    I made the finger puppet a lot smaller and made a pair of horseshaped Earrings :D and they look just great

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