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Saturday, 22 September 2012

Tractor applique

Tractor Applique

NOTE: My patterns are free and I would like them to stay that way. You are free to print them out and pass them around but please make sure my blog address is somewhere on the pattern ( so that people know where the pattern originated. 

Please do not sell my patterns or say they are your own. You are free to do whatever you want with the finished item. If you are selling them online please link back the pattern and give me credit. I took the time to write this pattern out so the least you can do is take the small amount of time it takes to give me credit. 

Using a 5mm hook and dk yarn,
This can be changed for bigger yarn or different hook you will just get a different size

Tractor Body
Row 1: Ch 11, sc in second ch from the hook (10) ch1 turn.
Row 2: sc across
Row 3: sc in blo for first 5, sc through both loops next 5. Turn

Ch 9, join in 3rd stitch, sc up 3 ch, ch 6, sk 2, join.

sc up the ch, along the top and down the side. continue sc around the rest of the tractor until you get where you started going up the ch, DO TWO SC IN THE CORNERS TO KEEP IT FLAT.  Sl St into the ch space, Finish off

Round 1:with yellow Magic circle, ch 1, 12 sc around join to first sc Finish off
Round 2: Join black, ch 2, 2 hdc in each st, join to first hdc, finish off


Round 1: With yellow, Magic circle, ch1, 8sc around join to first sc, finish off
Round 2: Join black, ch2, 2 hdc in each stitch round, join to first hdc and finish off.


Ch 5, sc in 2nd ch from hook and across. (4) finish off.
Sew wheels onto tractor, then sew tractor onto item shaping windows as you go.


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  2. Love your tractor applique. I'd love to see more agricultural appliques. Different tractors and equipment, grapes, barns, etc. :)

  3. Thanks, I am currently working on a farm themed blanket. Not sure yet if I will offer the pattern for free or not yet but watch this space.

  4. Thank you so much for the tractor applique pattern. I'm making a farm-themed blanket for my niece's baby. I've been able to come up with my own patterns for pigs, sheep, cows, and a barn, but was coming up with a blank for a tractor. Now if I can only figure out how to do a horse. Thank you again!

    1. Depending on what size appliques you need all my farm appliques can be found here

  5. This is awesome. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern. I'm going to be putting this on a blanket for my nephew that is due in September.

  6. Thank you for sharing this with us! Loving it so much! Fixing this for a little boy who loves John Deere!! Thanks again! Lanna

  7. This is a wonderful pattern; thank you! My little boy loves tractors and I made him a hat with this applique on it. I would like to write up the pattern for the hat and then link back to your page for others to make the applique to add to the hat. Would that be okay with you?

  8. I love it! thank you for sharing

  9. I love it! thank you for sharing

  10. I love the pattern. It will be on a grandson hat for sure

  11. The condition of a used is more important than the age. To determine the condition of a used tractor check to see if it has a tachometer that includes an hour meter. A lot of older tractors won't have an hour meter. john deere

  12. Thank you, this is so cute! I’m using it on some tractor hats that I’m making.

  13. Great website! It looks extremely expert! Sustain the good work.