Well, I kinda just made a few of these as a joke and on a whim I put them up at this little shop I sell some of my stuff at. Here they are, crocheted boobies! to change your image viewing settings please click here
They were such a big hit, people were buying them for dirty santa gifts, the drunks at the bar next door to the shop all came in and bought some, cause you know who doesnt love BOOBS!
Also gave a goof up one to my dog and he LOVES it!
I am feverishly working on more as February is breast cancer awareness month!
(I hope I posted this correctly, please dont yell at me if it is not blocked from sensitive eyes)
I hope that makes sense, I am terrible at writing patterns (I make it up as I was going along and in my head this all makes sense, but not everyone may get it)
small amount of "nipple" pink
small amount of "aerole" brown
(I used "I love this yarn" from hobby lobby just because I love that yarn,lol)
poly fill stuffing
R1 with pink - magic circle 4 sc in loop, sl to first sc
R2 - 1 sc in each , sl to connect
R3 - repeat round 2
(now of course you can modify the nipples to be as long or short as you want)
R4 - (switch to brown) 2 sc in each sc, (8 sc)
R5 - 2 dc in each sc (16dc)
(again your aeroles can be as wide or thin as you desire)
At this point I turned the nipple inside out, for some reason it just looks better, also this is a good spot to tie off and weave in the ends of those two colors
R6 - (switch to off white), 2dc in first dc, 1 sc in next, repeat (24 dc)
R7 -2dc in first dc, 1 dc in next 2 dc, repeat (32 dc)
R8- 1 dc in first 3 dc, 2 dc in next, repeat (40 dc)
R9-10 1 dc in each dc (40 dc)
R11 - 1 dc in first 3 dc, decrease (dc 2 together). repeat (32 dc)
R12 - 1 dc in first 2 dc, decrease (dc 2 together, repeat (24 dc)
(here is a good spot to stuff about half way full, the firmness is all a matter of opinion, some like firmer boobies, some like softer (I also thought of putting a squeaker in, havent found any yet ,lol)
R13 - 1 dc in first dc, decrease (2 dc together), repeat (16 dc)
Finish stuffing as full as you want
R14 - DC 2 together (16 dc)
R15 - SC 2 together (8 sc), I did singles because I just thought it look neater
Use a yarn needle and weave in and out around the stitches and pull tight to close
This pattern should make a pretty good size "C" cup boob and the rows can easily be increased or decreased to adjust the size!
I have had a lot of ideas of how to spice up the boobies, nipple rings, tattoos, pasties, etc!