She-Ra Perfuma Crochet Cosplay Tutorial

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Designed by The Scarlet Stitch

Skill Level: Intermediate

Size: Women’s small/medium

*One important note: this tutorial does not include the crown or petals, as I will have a separate tutorial for those.

Abbreviations

Ch- chain

Dec- Decrease

Dc- Double Crochet

Hdc- Half Double Crochet

Rep- Repeat

Sc- Single crochet

Sl st- slip stitch

st(s)- stitch

Teal Shawl

Materials:

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  • G hook

  • Ice yarns natural cotton fine 50g 150 m (8 skeins)

  • Tapestry needle

  • Scissors


Back Panel:

Ch 87

Row 1: dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in each chain across, turn- 86 dc

Row 2: ch2, dc in 2nd st from hook, dc in each st across, turn- 86 dc

Row 3-68: rep row 2, turn- 86 dc

Cut yarn and weave in ends

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Front Panel (Make 2):

Ch 37

Row 1: dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in each chain across, turn- 36 dc

Row 2: ch2, dc in 2nd st from hook, dc in each st across, turn- 36 dc

Row 3-75: rep row 2, turn- 36 dc

Cut yarn and weave in ends

Sc top of front panels to the top of the back panel from the outside in, leaving space in the center. Next, sc sides of the shawl together, leaving armholes.







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Arms (Make 2):

[St into the armholes of the shawl]

Row 1: dc 52 across armhole, turn- 52 dc

Row 2: dc in each st across, turn- 52 dc

Row 3: rep row 2, turn- 52 dc

Row 4: dc 2 in 1st 2 sts, dc in each st across, dc 2 in last 2 sts, turn- 54 dc

Row 5-6: rep row 4

Row 7: dc 2 in 1st 2 sts, dc in each st across, dc 2 in last 2 sts, ch 40, sl st to other side of sleeve

Row 8: ch 2, dc in 2nd st from hook, dc in each st around, sl st together- 108 dc

Row 9: dc in each st around, dc 3 in 88th st, sl st together- 110 dc

Row 10: dc in each st around, dc 3 in 90th st, sl st together- 113 dc

Row 11: dc in each st around, dc 3 in 91st and 92nd sts, sl st together- 117 dc

Row 12: dc in each st around, dc 3 in 92nd and 93rd sts, sl st together- 121 dc

Row 13: dc in each st around, dc 3 in 93rd and 94th sts, sl st together- 125 dc

Row 14: dc in each st around, sl st together- 125 dc

Row 15-18: rep row 14, sl st together- 125 dc

Cut yarn, weave in ends, go back and sc together sides of rows 1-7 (make sure to keep seam on the same side of the existing seams)

Dress

Materials:

  • H hook

  • Bernat Handicrafter Cotton Yarn Big Ball in Country Red, #4 medium, 100% cotton, 400g / 14 oz, 650 meters / 710 yards*

  • Lily Sugar’n Cream The Original Yarn in Black, #4 medium, 100% cotton, 71g / 2.5 oz, 109 meters / 120 yards

  • Lily Sugar’n Cream Super Size Yarn in Hot Pink, #4 medium, 100% cotton, 113g / 4 oz, 184 meters / 200 yards*

  • Tapestry needle

  • Scissors

    *I had trouble finding the shade I used when researching the details of this yarn, so this is the closet match I found.

    *I re-purposed yarn from a garment I thrifted, so I’m not actually sure how much yardage I used, so this is my best estimate.

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Top Pieces (Make 2)

Ch 8

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each chain across, turn- 7 sc

Row 2: sc in each st across, turn- 7 sc

Row 3: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, sc 2 in last sc, turn- 9 sc

Row 4: sc in each st across, turn- 9 sc

Row 5: rep row 4

Row 6: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, sc 2 in last sc, turn- 11 sc

Row 7: sc in each st across, turn- 11 sc

Row 8: rep row 7

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Row 9: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, sc 2 in last sc, turn- 13 sc

Row 10: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, turn- 14 sc

Row 11: sc in each st across, sc 2 in last st, turn- 15 sc

Row 12: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, sc 2 in last sc, turn- 17 sc

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Row 13: sc in each st across, sc 2 in last st, turn- 18 sc

Row 14: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, turn- 19 sc

Row 15: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, sc 2 in last sc, turn- 21 sc

Row 16: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, turn- 22 sc

Row 17: sc in each st across, sc 2 in last st, turn- 23 sc

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Row 18: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, sc 2 in last sc, turn- 25 sc

Row 19: sc in each st across, sc 2 in last st, turn- 26 sc

Row 20: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, turn- 27 sc

Row 21: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, sc 2 in last sc, turn- 29 sc

Row 22: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, turn- 30 sc

Row 23: sc in each st across, sc 2 in last st, turn- 31 sc

Row 24: sc 2 in 1st sc, sc in each st across, turn- 32 sc

Row 25: sc in each st across, sc 2 in last st, ch 18, turn- 51 sts

Row 26: sc in 2nd chain from hook, sc in each ch and st across, turn- 50 sc

Row 27: sc in each st across, turn- 50 sc

Row 28-29: rep row 27

Cut yarn and weave in ends. When you've made both pieces, connect the short sides of rows 26-29, as well as the front sides together

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Black Band 

(Using black yarn) Rnd 30: [St into bottom of the connected top pieces] sc around both row 29s, sl st together- 100 sc

Rnd 31: sc in each st around, sl together- 100 sc

Rnd 31: rep rnd 2

Cut yarn and weave in ends

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Skirt:

[starting from the front center of the top, st into rnd 32[

Row 33: dec in 1st sts, sc in each st across, dec in last sts, turn- 98 sc

Row 34-35: rep row 33

Row 36: sc in each st across, turn- 94 sc

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Row 37: sc 2 in 1st st, sc in each st across, sc 2 in last st, turn- 96 sc

Row 38: sc 2 in 1st 2 sts, sc in each st across, sc 2 in last 2 sts, sl st row together- 100 sc

Cut yarn and weave in ends.

Rnd 39: [Start rnd from back center of the dress] hdc in each st across, sl st together- 100 hdc

Rnd 40-51: rep rnd 39

Rnd 52: hdc in each st around, hdc 2 in every 20th st, sl st together- 105 hdc

Rnd 53: hdc in each st around, hdc 2 in every 21st st, sl st together- 110 hdc

Rnd 54: hdc in each st around, hdc 2 in every 22nd st, sl st together- 115 hdc

Rnd 55: hdc in each st around, hdc 2 in every 23rd st, sl st together- 120 hdc

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Rnd 56: hdc in each st around, hdc 2 in every 15th st, sl st together- 128 hdc

Rnd 57: hdc in each st around, hdc 2 in every 16th st, sl st together- 136 hdc

Rnd 58: hdc in each st around, hdc 2 in every 17th st, sl st together- 144 hdc

Rnd 59: hdc in each st around, hdc 2 in every 12th st, sl st together- 156 hdc

Rnd 60: hdc in each st around, sl st together- 156 hdc

Rnd 61-71: rep rnd 60

Rnd 72: dc in each st around, sl st together- 156 dc

Rnd 73-89: rep rnd 72

[put a stitch markers around row 89 to create 3 sections of 52 sts, the first market should be placed 52 sts from the hook]

Rnd 90: dec in 1st sts, hdc 48 across, dec in last sts [stopping at the stitch markers], turn- 50 hdc

Rnd 91-115: rep rnd 90

Cut yarn and weave in ends. Then rep Rnd 90-115 for the other 2 sections.

Stitch inside of front top to be as modest as you’d like. 

Straps (Make 2):

Ch 10 from one side of the top and cut leaving a long tail

Ch 105 from other side of top and cut.

Connect the small ch to the long one with the tail, and weave in excess.

Wrist Cuffs (Make 2)

Materials:

  • H hook

  • Bernat Handicrafter Cotton Yarn Big Ball in Country Red, #4 medium, 100% cotton, 400g / 14 oz, 650 meters / 710 yards

  • Tapestry needle

  • Scissors

Cuff

Ch 23

Row 1: dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in each chain across, turn- 22 dc

Row 2: ch2, dc in 2nd st from hook, dc in each st across, turn- 22 dc

Row 12: rep row 2, turn- 22 dc

Sc sides together.

Cut yarn and weave in ends

Cuff Strap

Chain a length that can wrap around your wrist multiple times and use that to tie around the outside of the cuff.

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Ankle Cuffs (Make 2)

Materials:

  • H hook

  • Bernat Handicrafter Cotton Yarn Big Ball in Country Red, #4 medium, 100% cotton, 400g / 14 oz, 650 meters / 710 yards

  • Tapestry needle

  • Scissors

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Cuff

Ch 29

Row 1: dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in each chain across, turn- 28 dc

Row 2: ch2, dc in 2nd st from hook, dc in each st across, turn- 28 dc

Row 12: rep row 2, turn- 28 dc

Cut yarn and weave in ends

Cuff Strap

Chain a length that can wrap around your ankle multiple times and use that to tie around the outside of the cuff.

To secure to your ankle, use chain to create a corset tie at the back of the cuffs, keeping it loose to slide over your foot. Then tighten and wrap excess around your ankle.

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