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1  Re: BOOBY COOZIES in Crochet: Completed Projects by keeshycutz on: June 08, 2010 10:24:23 AM


Here's my rack! ^_^

She has hot pink nipples, as it was the only pink yarn I could find. DBF say's he's putting it on his desk at work tomorrow xD He loves it! Thanks so much for the pattern, was easy and fun to make! I did increase the rows to 11, and probably could have gotten away with one more.

Lol!! It is adorable...im so tickled that everyone loves my boobs Wink
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2  BOOBY COOZIES in Crochet: Completed Projects by keeshycutz on: June 07, 2010 09:56:11 AM



Materials:
worsted weight yarn (for body and boobs)
5mm hook
small amount of pink yarn (for nipples)
small amount of yarn (for bikini top)
yarn needle
small amount of stuffing

Coozy:
round 1: chain 4, 11 dc in fourth chain from hook, slip stitch to the top of beginning ch.(12 dc total)
round 2: chain 3, dc in same space, 2 dc in each stitch around, slip stitch to the first chain (24 dc total)
round 3: working in the back loops of the second round: ch 2(counts as first half double crochet) hdc in each dc of previous round, slip stitch to beginning (24 hdc)
round 4: ch 2 ( counts as first hdc) hdc in each stitch around, slip stitch to the top of first hdc (24 hdc)
round 5-8: repeat round four, at the end fasten off, weave in ends

Boobs:
make 2
round 1: ch2, 6 sc in second chain from hook (do not slip stitch to first sc)
round 2: 2 sc in each stitch (12sc total)
round 3: *sc in first st, 2sc in next st, repeat from star 5 times (18 sc)
round 4: sc in each st around (18 sc)
round 5: repeat round 4, fasten off and weave in ends

Nipples:
just tie a knot in the middle of a 6 in piece of pink yarn and tie it into the center of the boob. pull loose ends into the wrong side of boob

Assembling
Take your coozie and one boob and sew it together, making sure that you leave a spave open to stuff the boob, continue to sew it closed, fasten off and weave in ends. Repeat for the second boob.

Bikini top:
make 2
begin with sliding loop
round 1: ch3 (counts as first dc) 2 dc in ring, ch 2, 3 dc in ring, ch2, 3dc in ring, ch2 slip stitch to first dc
round 2: ch 3, dc in next 2 sc, in *ch2 space (2 dc, ch1, 2dc), dc in next 3 stitches, repeat from * 2 times, slip stitch to first dc, fasten off and weave in ends.

Take the two pieces and slip stitch two corners together, to form the top.
Take two 12in pieces of yarn and weave the pieces into the outer sides of the top, and tie on to the booby coozy after you slide your beer.
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3  Lady Shrugga in Crochet: Completed Projects by keeshycutz on: April 20, 2010 02:41:59 PM
Well people this is my first post! I am excited to share a pattern that i have adapted from another pattern http://carmenbeeblog.blogspot.com/2010/04/9-to-5.html Nicole Carmen's 9-5 shrug.






I have made an infant and toddler version of this pattern, the smaller size will be the first number given in the pattern, the second number will be in parenthesis. This is a very versatile pattern and once you start working it you will understand how to increase and decrease the size. The smaller versions bust would fit best on 6-9 mos mine was about 7 in wide, and the larger version is 9 in wide, and would fit a 4-5 year old. you could also use different hooks to obtain different sizes.

Ok so what do you need:
any yarn you like ( I used worsted scraps)
5mm crochet hook
yarn needle
4 markers (bobby pins, or small yarn pieces work well)

Stitches
dc-double crochet
st(s)-stitches

Foundation chain
ch 5(7) and insert marker
ch 7(9) and insert marker
ch 16(18) and insert marker
ch 7(9) and insert marker
ch 4(6)

Row 1: chain 3 and dc into 4th ch from hook, dc in the next 3(5) stitches, when you get to the marker, this means you are going to increase by 3dc in the same stitch. dc in the next 7(9) st, 3dc in same st, dc in the next 16(18) st, 3dc in same st, dc in the next 7(9) st, 3dc in same st, dc in the next 5(7) st

******always increase in the middle of your last increase*******

Row 2: chain 3( counts as first dc), and turn dc into the NEXT dc( do not dc into the very first ch, skip that one, your work will have a better edge) until you reach the center of your increase, and do 3dc in same st. Do this all the way accross.

Repeat row 2 until you can fold the increases together to form arm holes. For the smaller one i did 5 rows, and for the larger one i did 6 rows.

Row 6(7): dc accross untill you get to your increase st, skip all the stitches until the next increase and join the two, continue to dc accross till you get to the next increase st, skip all the stitches until the next increase and join the two, continue to dc in the last sts.

Row 7(9): dc accross, there are no more increases, and repeat this row to desired length, for the smaller one i had 8 rows in total, and for the larger one I had 10.

Well that wasnt so bad I hope!

As for edging, the possibilities are endless, i happen to like reverse single crochet

I also have a flower on mine which can be whipped up like this:
chain 3, form a ring
rnd 1: 6 sc in ring, do not connect together with slip stich
rnd 2: 2hdc and slip stich in each sc, tie off thats it

Good luck, i hope my instructions were ok! and the adult version is just as cute, visit the link above for her instructions
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