This pattern is part of a series that I'm gradually releasing that fit together to form a life-sized skeleton. The innominate is also known as the hip bone and it forms the pelvis. This pattern is specifically for the female innominate, which is wider and more rounded than the male one.
Whilst this may not be the most obvious of patterns to publish first in this series (I was originally planning to post the hand/ foot pattern first), it's a relatively short/ quick pattern (at least in relation to some of the others in the series), so it ended up being the first one I finished with (and I'm hoping posting it will motivate me to get round to finally posting some of the other skeleton patterns I'm working on). Also if you're interested in seeing what the final skeleton looks like be sure to scroll to the end!
You will need:
- A 2.5mm crochet hook
- White rico essentials cotton dk yarn
- Polyester toy stuffing
- White pipecleaners or craft wire
- A darning needle
- A pair of scissors
Fold the tip of this section (round 103) back and sew it just behind the bottom corner of the main body of the section you just made (as shown in the images below). If you're making a left and right bone remember that they need to be mirroring each other.
You may also wish to add small stitches around the lower of the bone to keep the pipecleaners in place and add definition.
That's it for this pattern! Please let me know if you have any questions by leaving a comment below, or contacting me via my Ravelry or Instagram page. I hope to be posting some more skeleton patterns here soon, but in the mean time I have a lot of other anatomical crochet patterns that you can check out! As always you are very welcome to sell finished products but I do ask that you don't re-post this pattern or claim it as your own. Thank you!
And finally as promised, here are photos of the final skeleton!