BBQ Play Food Collection Part 2: BBQ Steak

Nothing say summer like a like a juicy, delicious steak grilled to perfection on the BBQ! Back to reality now, it’s still pretty cold in March and BBQ is just not the same when it’s eaten inside… am I right? So I have been living in summer fantasy land where the kids grill me a yarn steak on the play BBQ. A super fun time but admittedly not quite the same, man oh man do I ever miss the warm summer sunshine! While we wait for the snow to finish melting and the warm air to creep in. You can make your very own BBQ steak play food and while you’re at it check out part 1 of the Collection the BBQ Chicken Leg . 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 on Ravelry for a small fee. Thank you in advance for your support!

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BBQ Play Food Collection Part #2: BBQ Steak

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

Finished Size:

7” Length

3 1/2” Width

Materials

4mm (G) Hook

#4 Med Weight Yarn Colours #2 and 3 from the colour chart found in the introduction post or the printable ad free version on Etsy and Ravelry.

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

Rnd/row………………………….. Round/Row

Ch……………………………………. Chain

Sp……………………………………. Space

Slst…………………………………. Slip stitch

Sc…………………………………… Single Crochet

St/sts……………………………… Stitch/stitches

Inc…………………………………. Increase

Dec………………………………… Decrease

BLO……………………………….. Back loop only

FLO……………………………….. Front loop only

Rep……………………………….. Repeat

FO………………………………… Fasten off

tog………………………………… Together

Notes: Work in rows, ch1 DOES NOT count as a stitch. Two of the same pieces are worked and then slip stitched together, they are not stuffed in the center.

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BBQ Steak Crochet Pattern (Make 2)

Row 1: Ch 3, sc in 2nd ch sp, sc, ch 1, turn. (2)

Row 2: sc inc, sc, ch 1, turn. (3)

Row 3: sc inc, sc, sc inc, ch 1, turn. (5)

Row 4-5: sc in ea st, ch 1, turn.

Row 6: sc inc, sc in ea st, ch 1, turn. (6)

Row 7: sc in ea st, ch 1, turn.

Row 8: sc inc, sc in ea st, ch 1, turn. (7)

Row 9: sc in ea st, ch 1, turn.

Row 10: sc inc, 5 sc, sc inc, ch 1, turn. (9)

Row 11-12: sc in ea st, ch 1, turn.

Row 13: sc inc, 7 sc, sc inc, ch 1, turn. (11)

Row 14-15: sc in ea st, ch 1, turn.

Row 16: sc inc, sc in ea st, ch 1, turn. (12)

Row 17: sc dec, sc in ea st, ch 1, turn. (11)

Row 18-23: rep rows 16-17

Row 24: sc in ea st, ch 1, turn. (11)

Row 25: sc dec, sc in ea st, ch 1, turn. (10)

Row 26: sc dec, 6 sc, sc dec, ch 1, turn. (8)

Row 27: sc dec, 4 sc, sc dec, ch 1, turn. (6)

Row 28: sc dec, 2 sc, sc dec, ch 1, turn.(4)

Row 29: sc in ea st, continue down the side work 24 more sc in the ends of the rows, Change colours(#3), continue to work 35 sc around to first st, sl st to join, FO first piece.

Make a second piece the same, do not FO, ch 1, turn, place the 2 pieces tog so the shape lines up, slst through the BLO of the front piece and FLO of the back piece (the two center loops), change colours at the prev rows colour change, tuck loose ends inside, sl st to join, FO.

Use a couple of the colour #3 tails to add some long stitches to look like fat in the steak.

I hope you enjoy my BBQ Steak pattern and I look forward to sharing the next pattern 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 Facebook or Instagram. 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 Ravelry or Etsy Shop to purchase the Ad-Free PDF Printable, your support mean so much to me!

Happy Hooking!

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