Dog Poop Christmas ornament

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Dog Poop Christmas ornament

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Skill :  Super Easy
Tape measure


Hook – G


Yarn Needle


Yarn : Small amount of Worsted Weight Brown, red, green, white


tiny amount of white fuzzy or short furry yarn for trim and pompom


Tiny amount of stuffing






Chain ( ch)


Single Crochet ( sc)


Single Crochet Decrease ( sc dec)


We will be working in rounds, starting from the Santa hat tip.

R : 1 – With red yarn, ch 3, 5 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, join with a sl st to 1st sc to form a circle ( 5 sc)


R : 2 – 1 sc in the 1st sc, 2 sc in the next sc, 1 sc in next sc, 2 sc in the next sc, 1 sc in the last sc,  ( 7 sc)


R : 3 – *1 sc in the next sc, 2 sc in the next sc, repeat from * twice, 1 sc in the last st ( 10 sc)


R : 4 – 1 sc in each sc around ( 10 sc)


R : 5 -7   Repeat  R : 4, Stuff the hat.


R : 8 :  Change to brown yarn, Repeat R : 4


( we will add the white hat trim at the end)


R : 9 -21  – Repeat R : 4 – stuff the poop section.


( You can continue to add rounds for a longer piece of poop.)

R : 22 – St 1st and 2nd sc tog ( 1 st sc dec) St 4 more Sc dec  ( 5 sc dec)


R : 23 – Continue to stitch sc dec  until the opening closes, tie off pulling the extra yarn inside.


Hat Trim and Pompom




Trim: Thread a 12 inch piece of fuzzy white yarn on your needle. Stitch loose long stitches around the hat, you may need to pull a little to keep them even.


Pompom- Wrap yarn around one finger loosely, pull a  12 inch piece of yarn through the loop and tie. I didn’t cut mine, but you can is you want too. use the 2 long ends to attach to top of hat.




Stitch 2 French knots or short stitches for the eyes With the White yarn.


Stitch a smile on with red yarn.


Then with green yarn, cut 2 12 inch length, then count down 5 rounds and tie them around the poop, so it pulls in and form a head. Tie in the front and trim.


Cut another 12 piece of green yarn and loop through the hat  to form the tie.


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