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IrishQueen1971
« on: November 15, 2005 08:55:25 AM »

I've been on a bender of sorts, lately...I've been crocheting food toys.  Ain't nothing like a bored, fat and 7 months pregnant girl making fake food (LOL!).  Anyway, I have been trying to find a crochet pattern  for a coffee cup so that the cupcakes and chocolate cake slice I made don't feel so lonely.  Any ideas?
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« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2005 09:10:42 AM »

I don't know of an actual pattern for one, but a plain coffee cup wouldn't be too hard to come up with on your own... make a circle of the right size, then go even until it's the right height. Make a tube or something similar for a handle and sew it on. Maybe two strands of yarn to give it more stiffness. Clear as mud? BTW: I'm not going to mention the cool knitted doughnut I found online a few days ago! *LOL*  Cheesy

Oh! I just thought of this... you could make a brown circle to go inside, stuff it and call it a cup of coffee! Maybe even use it as a pincushion!
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« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2005 05:01:48 PM »

There are several out there free on the web.

Here is one..

http://www.christinesflowers.com/christines_teacup.html

If you do a search for crochet cup pattern you will find several.. but this one is nice enough and is more coffee cup shaped than most - most are really teacups instead of coffee cups
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« Reply #3 on: November 16, 2005 08:09:01 AM »

A treacup wouldn't be so bad either....but then the damn holidays got me to thinkin'--where on here did I see the Viking Chicken Leg Hat? LOL, I could crochet or knit myself a whole meal!  The ex husband's wife wants me to make her a bunch of stuff since she's on a diet and can't have it Tongue  If I didn't like her so much, I would make a mountain of Oreo cookies... Grin
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