Bing Bong pattern by Sabrina Somers (free on Ravelry - along with all the other characters as well!). The pattern calls for sport weight yarn, but I decided to use worsted weight instead since this project took so many small colors and I have so much more worsted weight in my stash. I used a size H hook with the worsted weight yarn.
His flower is made up of multi colored felt circles all stitched on. The bow is the one place that I did not use the pattern. Honestly, I forgot to make the bow so when I was sewing everything else on, I just crocheted a few rows in the round, wrapped yarn in the center to cinch it in and called it done, ha ha. I think it looks just fine. I also really like the effect of the variegated yarn around the edge of the jacket. The jacket is actually crocheted as separate pieces - you first stitch the body of the jacket to the body, then you stitch the actual arms (meaning pink and brown and stuffed) on with the sleeves on the jacket. So his jacket is not removable at all.
Another fun detail about this pattern is that you brush the yarn out for the bottom of the body and the tail. You just crochet it like normal, then brush violently with a cat brush to make it all fuzzy. It's a fairly good stress reliever, ha ha. I've done this once before when I made Chewbacca, but it's always kind of fun to do.
The whole gang! If I'd had time, you can bet I would've made the other characters too, lol.