Crochet Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog

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I was contacted via my blog by Linda and she said: “Hi Helen. I downloaded your King Charles spaniel last year and have crocheted the head and one leg before I had… health issues. I pulled out my basket yesterday to work on him but when I went to my computer to pull up the pattern, it wasn’t there. My computer had to be restored back to mfg settings a few months ago so I have lost the pattern.  Is there any way you can send me the pattern. I will be happy to pay extra from what you ask to get it. Thank you   Linda Travis in North Carolina”

My Crochet Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog used to be only a PDF written pattern, but now it has a YouTube video tutorial!  I first wrote the pattern 3 years ago and I just made the YouTube video tutorial on 17Dec20.  If you would like to purchase the written pattern, here is the direct Ravelry link: Crochet Cavalier Spaniel Dog PDF Written Pattern.

Here are the YouTube video tutorials:

Part 2 of 2 video tutorial:

The following was written on my blog prior to 18Apr19.  I updated it on 17Dec20.

I like to crochet for charitable causes, and I made my Crochet Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog written pattern for my Hope Zero Prostate Cancer Fundraiser Giveaway in September 2017.  I gave the crochet written pattern away for free to those who participated in the fundraiser. I didn’t receive any money from the fundraiser. 100% of the donations went directly to Hope Zero Prostate Cancer. I then placed the downloadable written pattern on Ravelry as a paid pattern. The downloadable PDF written pattern was available for free on my blog until 17Dec20.   If you would like to see the names of the winners from my Hope Zero Prostate Cancer Fundraiser Giveaway in September 2017, here is the non-monetized short video clip:

23 thoughts on “Crochet Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog”

  1. Hi Helen love your patterns. Are you going to be doing a mini dachshund pattern? I lost mine a few years ago and have looked for a pattern to make one like her . She was black and tan long hair.

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    1. Hi Vickie! I like to make a crochet dog in between some of my other crochet work. I can’t get to the dachschund dog at this time, but I will keep the dog in mind for one of my future projects. Thank you for the suggestion! Have a beautiful day!

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    1. Hi Linda! I am sorry. I misunderstood. You meant the crochet cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog. Yes the dog can sit down. 🙂

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  2. Hi Helen, I really love the Marine bull dog. Will it be written for sale soon? My husband is a retired Marine Gunny and this would be perfect for him.

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    1. Hi Arlene! The Marine bulldog is one of my favorites too. He is the only crochet dog that I have carefully placed into storage. I am not sure when I will get to him. Since you wrote this comment to me, I had a wonderful idea. I have decided to complete him by September for a charity organization. I was trying to think of an idea, and you just gave it to me. Thank you very much! No promises, but I am going to try for September 2018. 🙂

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  3. Hi Helen. I downloaded your King Charles spaniel last year and have crocheted the head and one leg before I had to have back surgery and ended up with many other health issues. I pulled out my basket yesterday to work on him but when I went to my computer to pull up the pattern, it wasn’t there. My computer had to be restored back to mfg sittings a few months ago so I have lost the pattern. Is there anyway you can send me the pattern. I will be happy to pay extra from what you ask to get it. Thank you Linda Travis in North Carolina

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    1. Hi Linda!
      Thank you for commenting on my blog. Yes, I was offering my Crochet Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog PDF written pattern for free last year, but now it is a paid written pattern. I am sorry to hear that you had health issues, but I am happy to hear that you have recovered. I would be happy to send you a new free PDF written pattern to replace the one that you lost. I hope that you will share a picture of your finished crochet Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog with me when you are finished.
      Happy Crocheting!

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  4. Pg 10 says Make 1sc in every stitch for 8 rounds. Change colors, but do not carry the soft cream colored yarn as you crochet.
    -Sc2tog 9 times. Slst closed. FO.
    Pg 11 says PAWS Cont.
    -Make 1sc in every stitch for 8 rounds with your new colored yarn. ( For each of the paws, you can switch up the number of rounds used for soft cream and terra cotta, but the total rounds should always be 16).

    What is correct. How do you FO and then continue. How many rows should you have for legs?? I am very confused and need help ASAP. Please respond back ASAP.

    Tammy_germain@yahoo.com

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  5. Hi Tammy! It does look like I made an error with the written portion for the paw. It will take me up to a couple of days to correct the error. Sorry for the inconvenience. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

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    1. Can you just tell me the information? I’m in the middle of making this as a gift I don’t have a couple days. I don’t mean to sound rude but I need to get this finished within the next day to get it in the mail before Christmas

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  6. It looks like I put the Sc2tog 9 times and then slst closed. FO. in the wrong spot. This should be moved to the last part of the paw. Also, I should have put to place your craft stuffing before closing. Please let me know if you are still confused.

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    1. How many total rows should the poppy? At one point you state it shouldn’t be more than 16 rounds but it definitely is more than 16 rounds.

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      1. I have added the addendum for free download with the corrections. The total rounds are 16. I stated that you could change colors at any time for each of the legs, but the total count should always remain 16 total rounds. Again, thank you for bringing this to my attention. I am shocked that someone didn’t tell me this sooner because the pattern is 3 years old! Please let me know if you have additional questions. I have decided to print this pattern for myself and make it again. I want to make sure that I don’t need any additional corrections to the pattern. 🙂

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      2. I am still confused. you have 26 rounds I put numbers in front of the rounds

        1 -Using the magic circle technique, make 6sc into the magic circle.
        2 -2sc into every stitch around (total of 12)
        -Increase rounds:
        3 -*1sc in 1 stitch and 2sc in the second stitch.
        Repeat from *. (18 total)
        4 -*1sc in 2 stitches and 2sc in the third stitch.
        Repeat from *. (24 total)
        5 -*1sc in 3 stitches and 2sc in the 4th stitch.
        Repeat from *. (30 total)
        6 -Make 1sc in every stitch for 1 round.
        7 -Sc2tog 8 times, then 1 sc in every stitch around.
        8 -Make 1sc in every stitch for 1 round.
        9 -Sc2tog 4 times, then 1sc in every stitch around.
        10 – 17-Make 1sc in every stitch for 8 rounds. Change colors, but do not carry the soft cream colored yarn as you crochet.
        18 – 25 -Make 1sc in every stitch for 8 rounds with your new colored yarn. ( For each of the paws, you can switch up the number of rounds used for soft cream and terra cotta, but the total rounds should always be 16).
        26 -Sc2tog 9 times. Slst closed. FO.
        (10) Crochet Amigurumi Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog
        by Helen Brady

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  7. It appears that you are getting confused by this statement: “For each of the paws, you can switch up the number of rounds used for soft cream and terra cotta, but the total rounds should always be 16” I only meant that you don’t have to make 8 rounds of beige and 8 rounds of terra cotta. You could change it to 4 rounds of beige and 12 rounds of terra cotta, which will still give you a total of 16 rounds. Don’t count the paw portion in the 16 rounds. I hope that helps.

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    1. No my confusion is where you say is is not over 16 rounds. the whole foot and leg is over 16 rounds…….. how may rounds??

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