Below is the pattern of the character Catboy from the show PJ mask.
PJ masks we're the PJ masks
Who dives into action at night, solving mysteries that occur during the day and on a mission to make things right for everyone in the daytime world.
It’s not always easy to be a hero, especially when there are some pesky villains up to no good.
A little about Catboy
Catboy is the leader of the trio and the oldest too.
He’s incredibly fast, amazingly agile, and he can hear the quietest sounds across unbelievable distances!
But he’s also afraid of water! Still, when adventure beckons, “The incredible Catboy leaps to the rescue!”
With these skills, Catboy can outrun anyone and gives Night Ninja a challenge with his amazing leaps and acrobatic moves!
His vehicle the Cat car gets the heroes from point A to point B in lightning speed and even shoots mothballs should there be anything in the way!
A little back story
So my best friend’s daughter is 3 going on 4 in a few months, and she’s overly obsessed with the tv show PJ mask.
Her favorite charter is Catboy. She loves catboy so much she lives in her catboy costume day in and day out.
I mean seriously you cant get her out of it (haha).
This child wears her costume so much that she has two so her mom can wash them without her knowing. Shes also very hard on her costumes because she wears them so much.
I remember my friend saying how she wished she had a catboy hat, so she wasn’t always wearing the costume and the mask to school.
Furthermore, me being the friend that I am I got to work and created her a caboy mask hat. Needless to say, that mask is getting its work out already.
I hope you enjoy.
ch(s) = Chain(s)
sp(s) = space(s)
st(s) = stitch(es)
sl st = Slip Stitch
sk = Skip
Dc(dec )= Double crochet decrees
Mc = Magic circle
sc = Single Crochet
hdc = Half Double Crochet
RS = Right Side
WS = Wrong Side
FO = Finish Off
Hdc(dec) = Half double crochet decrees
Tr = Treble Crochet
Yarn- red heart in royal and soft navy
Tape measure tape
sewing needle and thread or felting tool
Felt in a baby blue
(Notes: Everything is worked in the continuous round unless stated otherwise.)
Toddler and small child(1-4)
Hook: 5mm (H)
Round 1: Mc 8 hdc (8)
Round 2: 2 hdc in each st around. (16)
Round 3: hdc in first st, 2 hdc the next st, repeat around. (24)
Round 4: hdc the first 2 st(s), 2 hdc the next st, repeat around. (32)
Round 5: hdc the first 3 st(s), 2 hdc the next st, repeat around. (40)
Round 6: hdc the first 4 st(s), 2 hdc the next st, repeat around. (48)
Round 7: hdc the first 5 st(s), 2 hdc the next st, repeat around. (56)
Round 8: hdc the first 13 st(s), 2 hdc the next st, repeat around. (60)
Round 9-24: hdc each st around (60)
(Now we are going to add are stitch markers. This is to have a visual of where the eyes and nose will be worked. Count 29 stitches and add your stitch marker and add another right beside it. You should have 30 stitches from the stitch marker on the others side. Now on each side of the nose piece count 7 stitches. Place your stitch marker on the 8th stitch. Repeat this on the other side of the nose piece.)
Round 25: Hhdc in the next 22 st(s), ch 9 (this is the start of the eyepiece). Dc and tr into the first st where you added the first stitch marker for the nose. Tr and dc in the 2nd st where you added the second stitch marker for the nose. Ch 9 (this is the start of the second eyepiece). Hdc in the 8th st where you have added the last stitch marker for the eyepiece. Hdc the next 22 st(s). (67)
Round 26: Hdc in the next 18 st(s), Hdc-dec twice, 9 hdc on to the ch space from the previous round. Dc in the next st, 2 tr into the next 2 st(s), dc the last st of the nose.9 hdc on to the ch space from the previous round. Hdc-dec twice, hdc the next 17 st(s). (63)
Round 27: Hdc in the next 30 st(s), dc in the next st, 2 tr(s) in the next 2 st(s), dc in the next st, hdc in the last 29 st(s). (65)
Round 28: sc in the next 32 st(s), ch 2 then sk the next 2 st(s), sc in the next 31 st(s) slst and fasten off. (65)
Hook: 5mm (H)
Row 1: hdc in the second ch from the hook and each st across. Ch 1 turn. (12)
Row 2: hdc-dec, hdc 8, hdc-dec. Ch 1 turn. (10)
Row 3: hdc each st across. Ch 1 turn. (10)
Row 4: hdc-dec, hdc 6, hdc-dec. Ch 1 turn. (8)
Row 5: hdc each st across. Ch 1 turn. (8)
Row 6: hdc-dec, hdc 4, hdc-dec. Ch 1 turn. (6)
Row 7: hdc each st across. Ch 1 turn. (6)
Row 8: hdc-dec, hdc 2, hdc-dec. Ch 1 turn. (4)
Row 9: hdc each st across. Ch 1 turn. (4)
Row 10: hdc-dec twice. Ch 1 turn. (2)
Row: 11: hdc-dec. (1)
Yarn: soft navy
Hook: 5mm (H)
Row 1: hdc in the second ch from the hook and each st across. Ch 1 turn. (10)
Row 2: hdc-dec, hdc 6, hdc-dec. Ch 1 turn. (8)
Row 3: hdc each st across. Ch 1 turn. (8)
Row 4: hdc-dec, hdc 4, hdc-dec. Ch 1 turn. (6)
Row 5: hdc each st across. Ch 1 turn. (6)
Row 6: hdc-dec, hdc 2, hdc-dec. Ch 1 turn. (4)
Row 7: hdc each st across. Ch 1 turn. (4)
Row 8: hdc-dec twice. Ch 1 turn. (2)
Row: 9: hdc-dec. (1)
Sc around both parts of the ear. Like image below.
Attach the ears to round 6, and round 13 attach at an angle and little toward the front of the hat. cute
Cut out tiger strips and eyebrows using your felt and you can either needle felt it on or sew it on.
Below is a video to help those of you doing the mask part of the hat.
Video to come.
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