Captain Jack Sparrow If You Please

Now that summer is finally here and the stress of my fourth year in my five year program has passed I found myself able to start a few projects that have been on my to-do-list since I started making my own patterns.  One of them is my most recent pattern, Captain Jack Sparrow!  He wasn’t the easiest one to make, and he has a ton of little details, but in the end he was definitely worth making and I think he turned out great.  It can’t hurt either that I finished him in time for the new film to come out (which is pretty good I must say).  The pattern and pictures are below, but if you need any additional help feel free to send me a message.  If you’re a fan of Pirates of the Caribbean I’d definitely suggest trying him, ever since I finished him I’ve had the theme song stuck in my head.

Materials

blue, brown and buff yarn

black thread

sculpey

needle

felt

G Hook

paint

fabric (white fabric painted to make the colors I desired)

Note*  Boots will be added later, on a different computer.  Thats what happens when I travel back and forth between my fiance’s house.  I just had to post the pattern today for all you POTC fans.  I hope you enjoy.

Head

Round 1: sc 6 in MR

Round 2: *2 sc in each sc* around (12)

Round 3: *sc, 2 sc in next sc* around (18)

Round 4-7: *sc in each sc* around (18)

Round 8:* sc, dec in next 2 sc* around (12)

Round 9: *dec in next 2 sc* around (6)

f/o.

Neck

Chain 9, sc in 2nd chain from hook and each sc across (8)

Row 1: *sc in each sc* across (8)

f/o.

Nose

Chain 3, sc in 2nd chain from hook and slip stitch in last chain

f/o.

Chest

Round 1: sc 6 in MR

Round 2: *2 sc in each sc* around (12)

Round 3: *sc, 2 sc in next sc* around (18)

Round 4: *sc 2, 2 sc in next sc* around (24)

Round 5: *sc 11, 2 sc in next sc* around  (26)

Round 6-7: *sc in each sc* around (26)

Round 8: *sc 11, dec in next 2 sc* around (24)

Round 9: *sc in each sc* around (24)

Round 10: *sc 10, dec in next 2 sc* around (22)

Round 11-12: *sc in each sc* around (22)

Round 13: *sc 9, dec in next 2 sc* around (20)

Round 14-18: *sc in each sc* around (20)

Round 19: *sc 2, dec in next 2 sc* around (15)

F/O. stuffing will show because it will still have a hole

Legs (make 2)

Round 1: sc 6 in MR

Round 2: *sc, 2 sc in next sc* around (9)

Round 3-4: *sc in each sc* around (9)

Round 5: *sc 2,  2 sc in next sc* around (12)

Round 6-15: *sc in each sc* around (12)

F/O.

Round 16: On second leg, do not fasten off, sc into the fasten off of the first leg you made.  This will connect the two legs together.  Sc around 12 then go back to the 2nd leg and sc 12 around (24)

Round 17: sc in first sc (should be where legs attach.) sc 11,  2 sc in next sc,  sc 11(26)

Round 18-21: *sc in each sc* around (26)

Boots

Round 1: sc 6 in MR

Round 2-3: *sc in each sc* around (6)

Round 4: *sc 2, 2 sc in next sc* around (8)

Round 5: *sc in each sc* around (8)

Round 6: *sc in each sc* around (8)

Round 7: sc 2, dc 4, sc 2 (8)

Round 8:  *sc in each sc* around (8)

Round 9: sc 2 in front stitch only, sc 4, sc 2 in front stitch only (8)

Round 10: *sc in each sc* around (8)

Round 11: sc 3, 2 sc in next sc, sc 3, 2 sc in next sc (10)

Round 12: *sc in each sc* around (10)

Round 13: *sc 4, 2 sc in next sc* around (12)

Round 14: *sc in each sc* around (12)

Round 15: *sc 5, 2 sc in next sc* around (14)

Round 16-17:*sc in each sc* around (14)

F/o.

Boot Flap

Chain 15, sc in 2nd chain from hook, and sc in remaining chains (14)

Row 1-2: *sc in each sc* across (14)

Arms

Round 1: sc 4 in MR

Round 2-6: *sc in each sc* around (4)

Round 7: *sc, 2 sc in next sc* around (6)

Round 8-15: *sc in each sc* around (6)

Round 16: *sc 2, 2 sc in next sc* around (8)

Round 17-18: *sc in each sc* around (8)

F/O.

Hands

Round 1: Sc 5 in MR

Round 2-6: *sc in each sc* around (5)

Vest

Chain 31, sc in 2nd chain from hook

Row 1: *sc in each sc* across (30)

Row 2-7: *sc in each sc* across (30)

Row 8: dec in next 2 sc, sc 26, dec in next 2 sc (28)

Row 9: *sc in each sc* across (28)

Row 10: dec in next 2 sc, 24, dec in next 2 sc (26)

Row 11-13: *sc in each sc* across (26)

Row 14: dec in next 2 sc, sc 22, dec in next 2 sc (24)

Row 15: dec in next 2 sc, sc 20, dec in next 2 sc (22)

Row 16: dec in next 2 sc,sc 18, dec in next 2 sc (20)

Row 17-19: *sc in each sc* across (20)

Row 20: 2 sc in first sc, sc 18, 2 sc in lat sc (22)

Row 21: * sc in each sc* across (22)

Row 22: 2 sc in first sc, sc 20, 2 sc in last sc (24)

Row 23: *sc in each sc* across (24)

Row 24: (this is the start of the shoulder piece) sc 5, turn (5)

Row 25: sc 5 (5)

Row 26: sc in next 4 sc (4) turn

Row 27-34: *sc in each sc* across (4)

f/o.

Row 1: attach in the 5th sc from non worked side.  Sc 5.  Should be at the end. And starting up the other side of the shoulder of the shirt.

Row 2: sc 5 (5)

Row 3: sc in next 4 sc (4) turn

Row 4-12: *sc in each sc* across (4)

f/o

Over shoulder Belt

Chain 41, sc in 2nd chain from hook and across (40)

F/O.

Stomach Belt

Chain 31, sc in 2nd chain from hook and across (30)

F/O.

Assembly:

Attach pants to bottom of chest.  Sew neck closed to form a ring and attach to top of chest.  Attach head to neck.

Attach boots to leg and then attach boot flap after leg is attached.

Place arms however you like on the body. Place shirt on him.

Attach belts overtop of shirt. 

Sew on hair to head and felt accordingly. I used thread and actual yarn to make dreads in his hair.

 Captain Jack Sparrow is copyright Disney.

This pattern is an original pattern by Shelly Hedko.   Please do not claim it as your own. If you are the creator of Captain Jack Sparrow the character, and wish for me to remove the pattern, just leave a comment or send an email. Feel free to print off a copy for personal use but do not post it on your site.  Sharing is allowed, just please link to my site. Also, do not sell items made by these patterns, gifts are always better.

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24 thoughts on “Captain Jack Sparrow If You Please

  1. Ha ha! To cute! The details add so much. I must try him sometime! Now I just have to find time to do it…
    Very, very cute!!!

  2. Wow! aaaaaaawesome!

  3. This is absolutely amazing! Thanks so much for sharing it! I do have a question though. I have finished crocheting and attaching the pieces together, so I’m going to work on the shirt next. Do you have any advice on how to make it? I’ve never made anything like this before. Thanks so much!

    • Is this for the white shirt? blue shirt?
      If for the white shirt you can use felt or fabric you have around and I started by first making a sleeveless top. I have never sewn before and it was alot of trial and error with the material. After making the sleeveless top I then attached the sleeves by cutting out a rectangle and taking a needle and sewing around the arm. I’m sorry I can’t be of more help with that part, because I don’t know any sewing terms. I think with felt you wouldn’t be able to get as much movement out of the sleeves, however I think it could make a great sleeveless top that you can then add the sleeves too later.
      If this doesn’t help, or I just didn’t make any sense in my blabbering, just leave a message and I can try something different. 🙂

  4. Hello! My little Jack is coming out quite well! Except, how do you put this vest together or tie it onto him? I’m a little confused. Also, would you be able to tell me how you made the dreads? I will post pictures on your facebook site after I am done!! 🙂

  5. Thank you for the pattern from Jack Sparrow, my daughter and her boss are superfans of the pirate.
    So i make it for them and i am sure they like it.
    This is a reply from Holland.
    Greetings from Marjolein

  6. The dreads are made by doing as many chains as necessary to make it the length you prefere. The vest is sewn together with your average needle and yarn. I’m not sure of the name of the stitch though. Thanks for making him!

  7. Wow!! Cool!! Super!!
    Me Happy!!
    THNX for sharing ♥

    Greetings from Holland
    Ivonne

    **i hope to learn to make engelish patterns**

  8. That is sooooo cute! You’re very talented. And you chose the perfect subject. 🙂

  9. I love Jack Sparrow and your designs. I have a problem with the boots in “Round 7” the total for me comes to (5) not (8). Please help!!! My Grandson loves POTC, Star Wars and Mario Bros. So far, I have made Yoda and Mario and I am not sure of what to do next. My Granddaughter is Jealous!!! Do you have any patterns for her.

    Love your site.

    Thanks so much
    Diana

    • Round 7: sc 2, dc 4, sc 2 (8)
      you should have 8,
      single crochet 2, then double crochet 4, and then single crochet 2 more… Hope that helps, sometimes I think a dc is a decrease and it can mess up the whole pattern.

      I’m actually making a yoda pattern of my own right now…but other than that I don’t have many more patterns on the horizon.

      • Thank you, I feel so stupid at this moment. (dc & dec) so basic. I would love to see your Yoda when you are finished. My next project is something girly, not sure what yet, any ideas

  10. I am making this for my aunt for Christmas, and was wondering how you did the hair i can’t get mine to look like yours ?

  11. I am making this for my aunt for Christmas and was wondering how you did the hair? thanks!

    • I first made a cap, I can’t remember now, but with the small thread, I started with a magic ring of 6, expanding out in a circle, to fit on his head, so his hair would look fuller. Then I piece by piece sewed on hair into the cap left an equal length of thread on each side, no tying or nothing, since I knew it would be sitting on a shelf. It took a couple hours to do the whole head this way.

  12. I was so surprise to see capt. jack sparrow. I m making for my daughter who just adores him and kjphnny depp. I hope you dont mind, I put pipe cleaners in the arms and legs to make bendable.thank you for your hard work and giving it gtee. a fellow crocheter,joanie

  13. Thanks for the pattern. We are planning a Disney World trip. This will be a great suprise for our son.

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  15. Yay, I’m going to have to make this. Thank you so much for sharing the free pattern.

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