Amigurumi lemon

I’m almost done with all my veggie-gumies (vegetable + amigurumi), just made up that word. I’ll show you what all is about after Christmas and all the waiting will be worth!

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Well, a lemon is not very glamorous, but here it goes the pattern in case anyone needs it. You know, people look for very odd things in the internet… maybe someone needs a lemon for some reason… You can never know. So, just in case:

Make a magic ring and 6 stitches in it.
Row 1-3: single crochet in each (6)
Row 4: two single crochet in each (12)
Row 5: single crochet in the first stitch, two single crochet in the next (18)
Row 6: sc in first stitch, sc in the second stitch, two sc in the next (24)
Row 7: sc in first 3 stitches, two sc in the next (30)
Row 8-16: sc in each
Row 17: sc in first 3 stitches, 2sc together in next (24)
Row 18: sc in first 2 stitches, 2sc together in next (18)
Row 19: sc in first stitch, 2sc together in next (12)
Row 20: 2sc together in each (6)
Row 21-22: sc in each.
Row 23: 2sc together in each, and close.

Well, yes, some posts are better than others.

What can I say.

Life is hard.

Afterthought: If you make just half a lemon, you’ll get a crochet boob. ^_^U Not sure what could you use that for… but I don’t want to know anyway… -_-U

That reminds me of this old blog, an absolute “must” for crochetters looking for inspiration:
What not to crochet

It’s a pity the blog is no longer active. But luckily there is someone commited to the cause in Pinterest.

Yeah, I think this post just improved with this contribution.

I can post it now without remorse. 😉

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  1. Pingback: Amigurumi fruits and veggies play set | Bubanana

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