Who doesn’t love s’mores?
They give me a warm, cuddly, comforting feeling of campfires with friends and family, the freedom of being outside staring at the stars, and not caring about making a mess.
Plus, they’re absolutely delicious.
Gooey toasted marshmallow, melted milk chocolate, and the sweet crunch of graham cracker.
This Crochet S’more Lovey emits those same warm feelings without the sticky mess.
Plus, all little ones deserve something handmade with love.
Crochet S’more Lovey
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-light brown, medium brown (only a little), chocolate brown, and white yarn
-size H crochet hook
-12mm black safety eyes (or black yarn)
Sl st-Slip Stitch
Magic circle-for the arms and legs
S’more Lovey Graham Cracker Body Pattern (make 2):
with light brown, ch 26
Rows 1-21: SC 25, ch 1, turn (25 stitches)
How simple was that?!
Now using your tapestry needle and medium brown yarn, stitch vertically down the center of each graham cracker every two stitches to create the indention where the cracker breaks. It doesn’t stand out very much, but gives the graham cracker some detail.
Holding your graham cracker vertically, attach two 12 mm black safety eyes about three rows to the right and left of the center a little more than halfway up. Using your tapestry needle and chocolate brown yarn, sew on a cute little mouth.
Now don’t be afraid to get creative with your face! If you don’t have safety eyes (I’ll link the ones I used at the end), you can just as easily stitch on some cute eyes with yarn and your tapestry needle.
Arms and Legs Pattern:
(We will be working in continuous rounds so I like to use my stitch marker in the first stitch of each round to keep my place; *denotes repeat until the end of the round.)
I whipped up one white arm and leg and one chocolate brown arm and leg. This way your smore looks like it’s oozing marshmallowy, chocolatey goodness. Yum! Now, I’m hungry.
In a magic circle, ch 1, SC 6, pull tight
Round 1: 2 SC in each stitch (12 stitches)
Round 2: 2 SC in the first stitch, SC in the next* (18 stitches)
Rounds 3-4: SC in each stitch (18 stitches)
sl st into the next stitch and tie off with a long tail.
Add a little pinch of stuffing and use your tapestry needle to stitch the opening closed. Don’t trim your long tail yet, because we’ll use it to attach the limb to the body!
Now, the best part! I love laying out all of the completed pieces of a project knowing it’s about to come together to create something amazing!
To join, line up the front and back graham crackers with the appropriate sides facing out. We’re going to join with a row of single crochet, alternating between chocolate brown and marshmallow white per side. So we will have two sides of chocolate and two sides of marshmallow.
Before you complete the last 10 stitches or so, add stuffing! Complete the row, ch 1, trim, and weave in the loose end.
It’s so cute right?!
Now, using your tapestry needle and the long tails, attach the arms and legs!
Pat yourself on the back because this is just too cute!
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