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« on: May 14, 2007 01:46:35 PM »

As entered in the crochet food challenge!  It is actually very similar to the cherry pie, but with bobbles on the top rather than the sides.  Then, the brown areas on the meringue are embroidered on.



Once again, please post your finished pie slices to Craftster, I would love to see them.  Also, please do not use the pattern or the product for profit.  Thanks!

Here goes:

Crochet Lemon Meringue Pie Slice

Pie Crust

Row 1:  ch 2
Row 2:  Make 2 sc into 1st ch (2 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 3:  Make 2 sc into each sc (4 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 4:  sc across (4 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 5:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc into each of next 2 sc, make 2 sc into last sc (6 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 6:  sc across (6 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 7:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (8 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 8:  sc across (8 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 9:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (10 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 10:  sc across (10 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 11:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (12 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 12:  sc across (12 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 13:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (14 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 14:  sc across (14 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 15:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (16 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 16:  sc across (16 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 17:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (18 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 18:  sc across (18 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 19:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (20 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 20:  sc across (20 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 21:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (22 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 22:  sc across (22 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 23:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (24 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 24:  sc across (24 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 25:  sc across, but into back loop only (24 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 26-32:  sc across (in both loops again) (24 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 33:  *Make 3 dc into 1 sc, then sc into next 2 sc*.  Repeat * across.  Cut yarn.



Pie Filling  Make 2.

Row 1:  Chain 25.
Row 2-5:  using yellow, sc across (24 sc total).  Join white yarn in last sc.
Row 5-7:  using white, sc across (24 sc total).

Cut yarn.

Meringue Top

Bobble= make 5 dc into one sc, but leave last loop of the dc on hook.  Then, at end, draw yarn through all remaining loops on hook.

Row 1:  ch 2
Row 2:  Make 2 sc into 1st ch (2 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 3:  Make 2 sc into each sc (4 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 4:  sc across, but make bobble into either 2nd or 3rd sc (4 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 5:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc into each of next 2 sc, make 2 sc into last sc (6 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 6:  sc across, but make 2 bobbles on either side of previous bobble (6 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 7:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (8 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 8:  sc across, but make bobbles in stitches between previous bobbles (8 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 9:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (10 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 10:  sc across (10 sc total), but make bobbles in stitches between previous bobbles .  Ch 1.
Row 11:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (12 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 12:  sc across (12 sc total), but make bobbles in stitches between previous bobbles .  Ch 1.
Row 13:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (14 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 14:  sc across (14 sc total), but make bobbles in stitches between previous bobbles .  Ch 1.
Row 15:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (16 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 16:  sc across (16 sc total), but make bobbles in stitches between previous bobbles .  Ch 1.
Row 17:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (18 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 18:  sc across (18 sc total), but make bobbles in stitches between previous bobbles .  Ch 1.
Row 19:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (20 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 20:  sc across (20 sc total), but make bobbles in stitches between previous bobbles .  Ch 1.
Row 21:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (22 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 22:  sc across (22 sc total), but make bobbles in stitches between previous bobbles .  Ch 1.
Row 23:  Make 2 sc into 1st sc, sc across until last sc, make 2 sc into last sc (24 sc total).  Ch 1.
Row 24:  sc across (24 sc total), but make bobbles in stitches between previous bobbles .  Ch 1.

Pop the bobbles on the "wrong side" out to the right side.


Assemble the pie together and stuff firmly.   Make sure you stuff the bobbles!  I whipstiched the filling to the crust, then finished the piece by sc around the crust (make sc through both the crust yarn and filling yarn).  This hides the whipstiching and also makes a slight overhanging lip of crust so that the filling doesn't bulge past it.

Using tan or beige yarn, embroider a star shape onto each bobble.  I made an X with a line through the middle, and then made a little knot at the peak to give it some added texture.

Enjoy!

If you would like your meringue to be more "random", you can space the bobbles on the top randomly.
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« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2007 05:01:10 PM »

YOU are the BEST!! Thank you for this pattern, too!!  I decided to check today to see if you happened to post this pattern, and you did!!  I LOVE IT!! 

I would love to get one of those single pie slices from the freezer section of the grocery store and remove the real pie and put this one in the box!  It looks SO REAL!  Fantastic JOB!

Once I get the right colors of yarn for the pie crusts, I will be making your tarts, cherry & blueberry pies, and this lemon pie!!

Thanks!
Kelley
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« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2007 06:30:31 PM »

Thank you SO MUCH! This is my fave!!!!
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« Reply #3 on: May 14, 2007 11:40:44 PM »

Wow your amazing at this you know that right?
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« Reply #4 on: May 14, 2007 11:42:57 PM »

Oh yum I need to get some yarn and give it a try.  Thank you Smiley
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« Reply #5 on: May 15, 2007 02:44:18 AM »

That's cute and well done  Smiley  Aaww I want real pie now!  Cheesy
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« Reply #6 on: May 16, 2007 03:58:31 PM »

that is incredible. as i scrolled down i thought it was real for a second. you're gonna make me fat LOL
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« Reply #7 on: May 17, 2007 08:40:43 AM »

That brown embroidery on the top is inspired! Yum yum Smiley
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« Reply #8 on: May 22, 2007 01:58:43 PM »

YUMMY!!! Wow...this is incredible. Lemon Meringue Pie is one of my favorite pies. I might try and make this. Great job!
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« Reply #9 on: March 09, 2008 06:24:25 AM »

Thanks!  It's a fun pattern.


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