Free pattern – Aang from Nickelodeon’s Avatar the last Airbender

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A couple of months ago a girlfriend of my daughter asked me if I could make Aang from Nickelodeon’s Avatar the Last Airbender. I saw every episode with my daughter and really loved the serie. So making Aang was a fun project to do.

Description

Head and

For instructions I recommend PlanetJune on youtube. Her online tutorials are very easy to learn

Magic ring
Invisible decrease
Changing colors
Ultimate finish

Abbreviations
ch = Chain
dec = Use the invisible decrease, insert your hook into the frontloops of the next two stitshes, yarn over draw through the first two loops, yarn over through the remaining two stitches
hdc = Half double crochet
inc = 2 sc in next stitch
sc = Single crochet stitch
FLO = Front loops only
BLO = Back loops only

— PATTERN —

Body
In order to make the arrow on his head we have to change colors a lot. So let’s start with the head and start with blue and take a good look on this youtube video how to Change colors
Rnd 1: 6 sc into the magic ring
Rnd 2: 12 st (1 inc) x6
Rnd 3: 18 st (1 sc, 1 inc) x6
Rnd 4: 24 st (2 sc, 1 inc) x6
Rnd 5: 30 st 3 sc, 1 inc, change color, 3 sc, 1 inc, change color, (3 sc, 1 inc) x2, change color, 3 sc, 1 inc, change color, 3 sc, 1 inc
Rnd 6: 36 st 4 sc, change color, 1 inc, 4 sc, 1 inc, 2 sc, change color, 2 sc, 1inc, 4 sc, change color, 1 inc, 4 sc, 1 inc, 2 sc, change color, 2 sc, 1 inc
Rnd 7: 42 st 4 sc, change color, 1 sc, 1 inc, 5 sc, 1 inc, 3 sc, change color, 2 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc, change color, 1 sc, 1 inc, 5 sc, 1 inc, 3 sc, change color, 2 sc, 1 inc
Rnd 8: 48 st 4 sc, change color, 2 sc, 1 inc, 6 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc, change color, 2 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc, change color, 2 sc, 1 inc, 6 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc, change color, 2 sc, 1 inc
Rnd 9: 48 st 4 sc, change color, 13 sc, change color, 15 sc, change color, 13 sc, change color, 3 sc
Rnd 10: 48 st 4 sc, change color, 15 sc, change color, 12 sc, change color, 14 sc, change color, 3 sc
Rnd 11: 48 st 5 sc, change color, 16 sc, change color, 8 sc, change color, 17 sc, change color, 2 sc
Rnd 12: 48 st 5 sc, change color, 18 sc, change color, 4 sc, change color, 19 sc, change color, 2 sc
Rnd 13: 48 st 5 sc, change color 20 sc, change color, 1 sc, change color, 21 sc, change color, 1 sc
Rnd 14: 48 st 6 sc, change color, 41 sc change color, 1 sc
Rnd 15-17: 48 st 6 sc, change color, 41 sc change color, 1 sc
Rnd 18: 48 st 6 sc, change color, 42 sc change color
Rnd 19-22: 48 st 7 sc, change color, 41 sc change color
Rnd 23: 24 st (1 dec) x4, change color, (1 dec) x20, change color
Rnd 24: 12 st (1 dec) 2, change color, (1 dec) x10
Place the eyes between round 15 and 16 and 8 stitches in between the eyes
Fill the head with fiber filling
Change color to orange
Rnd 25: 24 st (1 inc) x12
Rnd 26-31: 24 st
Change color to dark brown
Rnd 32: 24 st
Change color to orange
Rnd 33: 24 st
Rnd 34: 12 st
 (BLO 1 dec) x12
Rnd 35: 6 st (1 dec) x6
Finish off

Legs
start at the bottom with dark brown yarn
Rnd 1: 4 st into the magic ring
Rnd 2: 8 st (1 inc) x4
Rnd 3: 8 st only back loops
Rnd 4: 8 st 
Change color to orange yarn
Rnd 5: FLO 8 st
Rnd 6: 12 st (1 sc, 1 inc) x4
Rnd 7-8: 12 st
Finish off and leave enough yarn to attach the legs to Aang’s body

Arms
Start with the hands skin color yarn
Rnd 1: 4 sc into the magic ring
Rnd 2: 8 st 1 inc, (change color, 1 sc, change color 1 sc) in next inc, (1 inc) x2
Rnd 3-4; 8 st (2 sc, change color, 1 sc, change color, 5 sc
Change color to orange
Rnd 5: FLO 12 st (1 sc, 1 inc) x4
Rnd 6: BLO 12 st
Rnd 7-8: 12 st
Rnd 9-10: 12 st (FLO 2sc, 1sc, BLO 6sc, 1sc, FLO 2sc)
Rnd 11; 6 st (1 dec) x6
Finish off and leave enough yarn to attach the arms to Aang’s body

Red coat
Use red yarn
Rnd 1: 5ch
Rnd 2:  4 st Turn and 1 sc in next st from chain, 5 sc in next st.
Rnd 3-34:  4 st Repeat rnd 2
Finish off and leave enough yarn to attach his rope around his neck.

Collar
Rnd 1: make a chain with orange yarn, pull it through the first opening of his coat and make 33 sc along the coat.
Rnd 2: 33 st 1 chain, turn around and make 33 st
Rnd 3: 44 st (2 sc, 1 inc) x 11

MOMO

Head
Start with dark brown yarn
Rnd 1: 6 sc into a magic ring
Rnd 2: 12 st in first st (1 inc) in 2nd st(1 hdc, 1 dc), in 3rd st (1 dc, 1 sc) in 4th st (1 sc, 1dc) in 5th st(1 dc, 1 hdc) in last st (1 inc)
Change color to cream or white yarn
Rnd 3: 17 st (2 sc, 3 inc, 1 dec, 3 inc, 2 sc)
Rnd 4-6: 17 st
Rnd 7: 12 st (1 sc, 1 dec) x5, 2 sc
Rnd 8: 6 st (1 dec) x6
Finish off. Pull a length of yarn (enough to attach Momo to Aang) through the bottom

Ears
Use cream or white yarn
Rnd 1: 4 sc into a magic ring
Rnd 2: 8 st (1 inc) x4
Rnd 3-5: 8 st
Rnd 6: 12 st (1 sc, 1 inc) x4
Rnd 7-8: 12 st
Rnd 9: 16 st (2 sc, 1 inc) x4
Rnd 10-11: 16 st
Rnd 12: 12 st (2 sc, 1 dec) x4
Rnd 13: 8 st (1 sc, 1 dec) x4
Finish off and leave enough yarn to attach the ears to the head of Momo

Tail
Start with dark brown yarn
Rnd 1: 6 sc into a magic ring
Rnd 2:6 st
change color to white yarn
Rnd 3-4:6 st
change color dark brown yarn
Rnd 5-6:6 st
change color to white yarn
Rnd 7-8:6 st
change color dark brown yarn
Rnd 9-32:6 st
Finish off and leave enough yarn to attach the tail to the head of Momo

When you finished Momo you can attach him to the shoulder of Aang and curl his tail around the other shoulder (maybe you need to attach the tail to, I did) , or you can finish off the yarn and leave Momo loose.

If you have finished Aang, please post it on my facebook page. I am very curious to see your creations and variations

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3 reviews for Free pattern – Aang from Nickelodeon’s Avatar the last Airbender

  1. Emily

    The pattern had many errors and was extremely hard to understand, and I have been crocheting for 8+ years.

    • Dendennis

      Hi there, thank you so much for your comment. The pattern has been online for several years and this is the first I hear about errors. It’s an online pattern and very easy to adjust, so If you could point out where the errors are I can correct them.

  2. Matthew Go

    Wow! This is a very cool pattern and it’s attention to detail is astounding! I understand what the above comments means by difficult to understand. The only issue I had was with the color changes. I got confused a few times since the pattern does not explicitly say which color to change to. However, I figured it out in the end and it turned out great! I am immensely grateful for the pattern because a lot of the Aang patterns I have seen aren’t great.

    • Dendennis

      Thank you so much! I’m planning on updating all my free patterns and adding extra tips and more step by step photo’s. But for now it’s pretty hard to find some free time. 🙁
      I’m really glad that you figured it out!

  3. Helen

    This Aang is so cute. Which hook size you used for yours?

    • Dendennis

      Hi there, I usually use hook size 2.5 mm and basic cotton yarn.

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