Ood Egg Cozy

Little Ood, happy to serve you

This pattern is based on my Cthulhu Egg Cozy pattern. There are no wings of course but there is the trademark of each Ood – the white ball as well as some sleeves. This will be a nice gift for a Doctor Who (Amazon link) fan for sure!

This pattern is for private use only. You are not allowed to sell this pattern or items made by using it.


The egg cozy made by using the materials listed below will fit an egg up to size XL.

  • Yarn in aran weight. I‘ve been using Gründl King Cotton (Amazon link) in red color »Weinrot« for doing the tentacle and in black for doing the shirt. For the head and arms I’ve been using Woll Butt Lisa in beige, for the ball in white.
  • Hook 5.5 mm
  • Stitch marker
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends and assembly
  • 2 small buttons in black
  • Sewing needle to sew on the buttons
  • Sewing thread in black and red
  • Fiber fill for stuffing the ball, you can use white instead, too

Stitch Chart

ch chain
st stitch
sl st slip stitch
sc single crochet
sc2tog single crochet two together = decrease [dec]
hdc half double crochet
dc double crochet
rep repeat
inc increase = crochet 2 stitches in 1 stitch
dec decrease = crochet 2 stitches together


Body (Beige, Red, Black)

Do start with beige color.

Start: sc 4 in magic ring, pull tight to close ring (4)
Round 1: [inc] work 2 sc in each st (8)
Round 2: [inc] *sc, sc 2 in next st* rep (12)
Round 3: [inc] *sc 2, sc 2 in next st* rep (16)
Round 4: [inc] *sc 3, sc 2 in next st* rep (18)
Round 5: [inc] *sc 4, sc 2 in next st* rep (24)
Round 6-8: sc evenly (24)
Round 9: [tentacle round!] sc 10, color change to red, *ch 9, sc 3 in 3rd ch from hook, sc 3 in each of next 6 st, sc in next 2 st* repeat 4 times (making a total of 4 tentacles), color change to beige, sc in remaining st (24)
Round 10-13: color change to black, sc evenly (24)
Round 14: [dec] *sc2tog, sc in each of next 2 st* rep around
Round 15: sc 2, sl st 2. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Place the buttons above the tentacles and sew them on using the black thread and your sewing needle. I placed mine on round 7 and left a gap of 5 stitches between them.

→ Stitch Chart

Arms 2x (Beige)

Start: ch 6
Row 1: sl st in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in each of remaining 4 st. Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.

→ Stitch Chart

Sleeve 2x (Black)

Start: Ch 6
Row 1: sc 2, sc 2 in next st, sc 2, ch 1 and turn (6)
Row 2: sc evenly, ch 1 and turn (6)
Row 3: sc 2, sc 2 in next st, sc 3 (7). Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Form a tube and close it by sewing the short sides together. Leave loose ends for sewing the sleeve to the body. Sew on the arms first, then pull the sleeves over the arms and sew them to the body, too.

Black sleeve before forming a tube

One arm and one sleeve

→ Stitch Chart

Ball (White)

Start: Sc 4 in magic ring, pull tight to close ring (4)
Round 1: [inc] *sc, sc 2 in next st* rep (6)
Round 2: [dec] *sc2tog, sc* rep (4), Sl st to 1st st. Fasten off, leaving a long tail.

Stuff the ball either with fiber fill or with white yarn. Close the ball by pulling the yarn inside and out the 4 remaining stitches one time and pull tight. Attach the ball to the top of one arm, the closed opening showing down. After attaching the ball to the arm pull the needle which is still holding the yarn though the ball to make the your yarn end appear on the down side of the ball. Attach the yarn end in the middle of the tentacle area and secure it on the inside. Weave in all ends.

Assembly part done – just the eyes missing

This is where to add the loose end of the ball

Ood got eyes! – Later I decided to use some red sewing thread for the eyes, too.

My pattern is on ravelry, too! I’m happy if you link my pattern in your egg cozy project made by using this pattern. And maybe you would like to share a photo of your crochet egg cozy on my facebook page, too? ♡

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