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Supplies
Worsted weight yarn in black, bright Yellow and brown
US/8 (5.00 mm) crochet hook
Yarn needle

Abbreviations
Ch: Chain
Ss: Slip Stitch
Dec: Decrease
YO: Yarn Over
ESC: Extended Single Crochet: Going through both loops, bring yarn through. YO, through one loop, YO through both loops.

Instructions
Using Bright Yellow, Ch 36.

Row 1: ESC in second chain from hook and in each chain across, chain 1 turn (35 stitches).

Row 2: ESC in each stitch across, chain 1 turn.

Rows 3 - 5: ESC in each stitch across, chain 1 turn.

Row 6: ESC in first 15 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 4. Change to yellow and ESC in remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 7: ESC in first 16 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 5. Change to yellow and ESC in remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 8: ESC in first 15 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 4. Change to yellow and ESC in remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 9 - 10: ESC in each stitch across, chain 1 turn.

Row 11: ESC in first 14 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 1. Change to yellow and ESC in next 4. Change to Black and ESC in next 2. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 12: ESC in first 13 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 4. Change to yellow and ESC in next 4. Change to Black and ESC in next 3. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 13: ESC in first 13 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 2, with brown, ESC in 1, return to Black and ESC in 1. Change to yellow and ESC in next 3. Change to Black and ESC in next 1, with brown, ESC in 1, return to Black and ESC in 2. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 14: ESC in first 11 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 2 sts. Change to brown and ESC in 1 st, return to Black and ESC in 1. Change to yellow and ESC in next 3. Change to Black and ESC in next 1, with brown, ESC in 1, return to Black and ESC in 2. Change to Yellow and ESC across remaining stitches, chain 1 turn.

Row 15: ESC in first 11 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 6. Change to yellow and ESC in next 4. Change to Black and ESC in next 5. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 16: ESC in first 9 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 8. Change to yellow and ESC in next 4. Change to Black and ESC in next 8. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 17: ESC in first 7 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 10. Change to yellow and ESC in next 4. Change to Black and ESC in next 10. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 18: ESC in first 5 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 10. Change to yellow and ESC in next 4. Change to Black and ESC in next 10. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 19: ESC in first 6 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 10. Change to yellow and ESC in next 4. Change to Black and ESC in next 10. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 20: ESC in first 7 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 9. Change to yellow and ESC in next 5. Change to Black and ESC in next 10. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 21: ESC in first 6 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 9. Change to yellow and ESC in next 5. Change to Black and ESC in next 9. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 22: ESC in first 7 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 9. Change to yellow and ESC in next 6. Change to Black and ESC in next 8. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 23: ESC in first 6 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 8. Change to yellow and ESC in next 7. Change to Black and ESC in next 8. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 24: ESC in first 8 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 8. Change to yellow and ESC in next . Change to Black and ESC in next 6. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Row 25: ESC in first 8 stitches across. Change to Black and ESC in next 2. Change to Yellow and ESC in 1. Change to Black and ESC in 1. Change to Yellow and ESC in 8. Change to Black and ESC in next 2. Change to Yellow and ESC remaining stitches chain 1 turn.

Rows 26 - 27: ESC in each stitch across, chain 1 turn.

Left side tab
Row 1: Continue with yellow, ESC in first 11 stitches and DEC over next 2. Chain 1, turn (12 stitches).

Row 2: DEC over first 2 stitches and ESC in remaining (11 stitches).

Row 3: ESC in first 9 stitches and DEC over next 2. Chain 1, turn (10 stitches).

Row 4: DEC over first 2 stitches and ESC in remaining (9 stitches).

Row 5: ESC in first 7 stitches and DEC over next 2. Chain 1, turn (8 stitches).

Rows 6 - 7: ESC in each stitch, chain one turn.

At end of row 7, chain 27 and ss in second chain from hook and each chain back to tab. Ss in first stitch, end off, weave in end.

Right side tab
Row 1: Attach yellow in 10th stitch from last ESC. DEC over first 2 stitches and ESC in next 11. Chain 1, turn (12 stitches).

Row 2: ESC in first 9 stitches and DEC over next 2. Chain 1, turn (10 stitches).

Row 3: DEC over first 2 stitches and ESC in remaining 8 (9 stitches).

Row 4: ESC in first 7 stitches and DEC over next 2. Chain 1, turn (8 stitches).

Row 5: ESC in first 7 stitches and DEC over next 2. Chain 1, turn (8 stitches).

Rows 6 - 7: ESC in each stitch, chain one turn.

Row 8: Slipstitch across 8 stitches and chain 27. Then ss in second chain from hook and each chain back to tab. Ss in first stitch, end off, weave in end.

Final Product

Hufflepuff Badger Baby Big


Credit
Dragonsinger's tutorial was taken with permission from Dragonsinger's Dragoncrafts.

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