****Scroll down to find the links to all released parts of the CAL****
Hello, I am crazy excited for the new collection of patterns I worked ever so hard to create! They are super adorable and all the kids love playing with them. I originally got the inspiration to create BBQ play food when I found a toy BBQ for my sons birthday1, he loves to pretend to cook just like his daddy. The problem was it didn’t come with any play food, so mommy’s yarn and hooks came to the rescue! I absolutely love how everything turned out and the kids are having lots of fun building BBQ creations. So I wrote up the patterns to share with you! For the next six weeks, every Friday I will share a part of the collection for you to crochet-a-long with me. If you simply love the collection and don’t want to wait to make it! The ad-free PDF download is available in my Etsy Shop and Ravelry for a small fee. Thank you in advance for your support!
I created the collection with Worsted Weight yarn from my stash, most of which was left over from past projects, so it is definitely a great stash buster. Today I have included a list of recommended colours and the approximate amount of yarn need to make the entire collection. So get digging in your stash and pick those colours because the first part of the pattern is coming next friday! If you are new to amigurumi you can head over to my Getting Started with Amigurumi post to learn all the technques you need to make your very own crochet stuffed toy!
I am looking forward to sharing the first pattern with you, 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 what colours you choose with #bbqplayfood and tag me on your favorite social network. I love seeing your work and it warms my heart when you make my designs! And of course, an extra big thanks if you visit my Esty Shop or Ravelry to purchase the Ad-Free PDF Printable, your support means so much to me! Happy Hooking!
Update: Each week I will add the link to the latest pattern here:
Part #1: BBQ CHICKEN LEG
Part #2: BBQ STEAK
Part #3: Burger & Bun
Part #4: Burger Toppings
Part #5: Corn on the Cob
Part #6: Hot Dog