BBQ Play Food Collection Part 5: Corn on the Cob

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Nothing says summer like roasted corn on the cob smothered in butter and salt. Sitting around the campfire munching on cob after cob of corn at a long weekend corn roast. Oh man, summer can not come fast enough! My fun textured kernel corn on the cob is a perfect addition to the BBQ Play food. If you love the collection and don’t want to wait to make it! The ad free PDF download is available in my Etsy Shop and on Ravelry for a small fee. Thank you in advance for your support!

BBQ Play Food Collection Part #5: Corn on the Cob

Skill Level: Easy – If you are new to amigurumi, check out my Getting Started with Amigurumi Post for some helpful tips and tricks for beginners.

Gauge/size:

7” Length

7 1/2 ” around

Materials

4mm (G) Hook

#4 Med Weight Yarn Colours #7 & 8 from the colour chart found in the introduction post or the printable ad free version on Etsy and Ravelry.

Abbreviations Check out my Crochet Abbreviations blog for a free printable and for help learning to read and understand crochet patterns.

Rnd/row……………………………… Round/Row

Ch…………..………………………….. Chain

Slst…………………………………….. Slip stitch

Sc………………………………………. Single Crochet

Tr………………………………………. Treble Crochet

MR…………………………………….. Magic Ring

St/sts………………………………….. Stitch/stitches

Inc……………………………………… Increase

Dec…………………………………….. Decrease

Rep…………………………………….. Repeat

FO………………………………………. Fasten off

Notes:

Work in continuous rounds, do not join unless indicated, use a marker for the first stitch of each round, move it up each round.

When working on the kernels in colour #7, you will periodically change to colour #8 for a stitch to give the 2 tones like corn on the cob.

Corn on the Cobb

Colour #8

Rnd 1: 6 sc in MR

Rnd 2: sc inc in ea st (12)

Rnd 3: *sc, sc inc* rep around (18)

Rnd 4: *2 sc, sc inc* rep around (24)

Change to colour #7, do not FO, you will pick this end up to do your single treble stitch colour changes, there is no pattern to this, just so they are relatively evenly spaced. Leave the tail between single stitches attached and slightly slack so it can lay flat against the side.

Rnd 5: work in BLO, *sc, Tr* rep around, push tr to the outside, so the little bump goes to the Right side of your work, resembling a corn kernel. (24)

Rnd 6: *tr in sc from prev rnd, sc in tr from prev rnd* rep around (24)

Rnd 7: *sc in tr from prev rnd, tr in sc from prev rnd* rep around (24)

8-21: rep rows 6-7

Stuff piece before you start deceasing.

Rnd 22: *sc dec, tr dec, sc, tr* rep around (16)

Rnd 23: *tr in sc from prev rnd, sc in tr from prev rnd * rep around (16)

Rnd 24: *sc dec, tr dec* rep around. (8)

Change to colour #8

Rnd 25: sc in ea st (8)

Rnd 26: *sc in the next 2 st, sc dec* rep twice. (6)

FO, finish stuffing and sew opening closed, weave in ends.

I hope you enjoy my corn on the cob pattern and I look forward to sharing the last part of the collection with you next friday. Be sure to follow me on Facebook and Instagram so you can be the first to see when a new pattern is released. Don’t forget to show me your work with #bbqplayfood and tag me on your favorite social media. I love seeing your work and it warms my heart when you make my designs! And of course an extra big thanks if you vist my Ravelry or Etsy Shop to purchase the Ad Free PDF Printable, your support mean so much to me!

Happy Hooking!

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