Here is a pattern for intermediate knitters to tackle. Make a slapstick cream pie!

Slapstick Cream Pie

What you need

8 ply acrylic yarn in gold -100m
8 ply acrylic yarn in off-white/cream -100m
1 set 4mm DPNs (or the size needed to suit your yarn)
1 40cm 4mm circular needle (or the size needed to suit your yarn)
1 4mm crochet hook
Stitch marker
Plastic tapestry



Instructions

Gauge:

Approximately 22st to 10cm in St st

Pattern notes:

This pattern is based on the Kitty Pi bed by Wendy Johnson* and the Boobie Scarf by Jillian Moreno**. I came up with the idea as a birthday gift, the party was a surprise pie fight!

Skills used:

Knitting in the round on double pointed needles.
Increasing and decreasing (Inc = knit into front and back of stitch).
Short row shaping.

Meringue guidelines:

ALL MERINGUES [Small (Medium, Large)]:
Row 1: Work 5 (7, 17) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 2: Work 1 (3, 3) st, wrap next st, turn.
Row 3: Work 2 (4, 4) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 4: Work 3 (5, 5) sts, wrap next st, turn.

SMALL AND MEDIUM MERINGUE ONLY:

Rows 5-8: Repeat Row 4.
Row 9: Work 2 (4) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 10: Work 1 (3) st, wrap next st, turn.
Row 11: Work to end of row.

LARGE MERINGUE ONLY:

Rows 5-6: Repeat Row 4.
Row 7: Work 6 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 8: Work 7 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Rows 9-12: Repeat row 8.
Row 13 : Work 6 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 14 : Work 5 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Rows 15 and 16: Repeat Row 14.
Row 17 : Work 4 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 18 : Work 3 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 19 : Work to end of row.

Note: These are only guidelines for the meringues ,for some variety you can knit random rows of garter stitch, extra short-row bumps (like the “nipple” in the original Boobie Scarf pattern), work different numbers of stitches, etc. for added texture and shape.

Directions:

Pie crust:

CO 9sts in gold yarn and divide evenly between 3 DPNs
K 1 round
Next round -Inc each st (18 sts)
K 3 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (36 sts)
K 6 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (72 sts)
K 12 rounds
Next round -Inc each st, knitting onto your circular needle (PM at start of round) (144 sts)
K 3 rounds
Next round -K10, K2tog to end of round (12 decreases)
K 6 rounds
Next round – K9, K2tog to end of round (12 decreases), slip next st pw, bring yarn to front of needles, turn work, and sl stich pw back to original needle
Next round – (working on ws ý beg of ruffled pie edge) Inc each st
K 2 rounds
Next round ý Inc1, Inc1, K1 to end of round
BO
Weave in ends.

Measure your hand width against the bottom of your pie crust. Mark widths for the top and bottom of your hand with safety pins. Crochet chains to the crust between the pins and secure.

Trace a circle onto your plastic tapestry canvas and cut out (mine was approx. 17cm diameter -you should have a few centimetres of overhang to make up the pie sides). Stretch crust over plastic. Thread a crochet end through your yarn needle, and sew through the tapestry canvas for extra strength. Using duplicate stitch, sew through the plastic and the pie crust in several directions so that it lies flat.

Meringue top:

CO 9 sts in cream yarn and divide evenly between 3 DPNs
K 1 round
Next round -Inc each st (18 sts)
Begin meringues in the next round ý start with the small and medium meringues, spacing them as you see fit)
K 3 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (36 sts)
You can begin adding the large meringues randomly from this round onwards.
K 6 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (72 sts)
K 12 rounds
Stop adding meringues from this point.
Next round -Inc each st, knitting onto you circular needle (PM at start of round) (144 sts)
K 3 rounds
BO

Pin bound off edge to the pie crust on the line where the ruffle begins. Thread yarn needle with gold yarn, and sew each bound off stitch on the meringue to the pie crust. Leave a 5cm hole.

Weave in ends to the underside of the ruffle.

cream-pie-top

 

Fill pie with stuffing, sew up the remaining hole and weave in final ends. Sneak up on someone and squash the pie in their face. Laugh out loud

This project was contributed by Leonie Connellan from Crumpart.net

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Here is a pattern for intermediate knitters to tackle. Make a slapstick cream pie!

Slapstick Cream Pie

What you need

8 ply acrylic yarn in gold -100m
8 ply acrylic yarn in off-white/cream -100m
1 set 4mm DPNs (or the size needed to suit your yarn)
1 40cm 4mm circular needle (or the size needed to suit your yarn)
1 4mm crochet hook
Stitch marker
Plastic tapestry



Instructions

Gauge:

Approximately 22st to 10cm in St st

Pattern notes:

This pattern is based on the Kitty Pi bed by Wendy Johnson* and the Boobie Scarf by Jillian Moreno**. I came up with the idea as a birthday gift, the party was a surprise pie fight!

Skills used:

Knitting in the round on double pointed needles.
Increasing and decreasing (Inc = knit into front and back of stitch).
Short row shaping.

Meringue guidelines:

ALL MERINGUES [Small (Medium, Large)]:
Row 1: Work 5 (7, 17) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 2: Work 1 (3, 3) st, wrap next st, turn.
Row 3: Work 2 (4, 4) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 4: Work 3 (5, 5) sts, wrap next st, turn.

SMALL AND MEDIUM MERINGUE ONLY:

Rows 5-8: Repeat Row 4.
Row 9: Work 2 (4) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 10: Work 1 (3) st, wrap next st, turn.
Row 11: Work to end of row.

LARGE MERINGUE ONLY:

Rows 5-6: Repeat Row 4.
Row 7: Work 6 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 8: Work 7 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Rows 9-12: Repeat row 8.
Row 13 : Work 6 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 14 : Work 5 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Rows 15 and 16: Repeat Row 14.
Row 17 : Work 4 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 18 : Work 3 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 19 : Work to end of row.

Note: These are only guidelines for the meringues ,for some variety you can knit random rows of garter stitch, extra short-row bumps (like the “nipple” in the original Boobie Scarf pattern), work different numbers of stitches, etc. for added texture and shape.

Directions:

Pie crust:

CO 9sts in gold yarn and divide evenly between 3 DPNs
K 1 round
Next round -Inc each st (18 sts)
K 3 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (36 sts)
K 6 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (72 sts)
K 12 rounds
Next round -Inc each st, knitting onto your circular needle (PM at start of round) (144 sts)
K 3 rounds
Next round -K10, K2tog to end of round (12 decreases)
K 6 rounds
Next round – K9, K2tog to end of round (12 decreases), slip next st pw, bring yarn to front of needles, turn work, and sl stich pw back to original needle
Next round – (working on ws ý beg of ruffled pie edge) Inc each st
K 2 rounds
Next round ý Inc1, Inc1, K1 to end of round
BO
Weave in ends.

Measure your hand width against the bottom of your pie crust. Mark widths for the top and bottom of your hand with safety pins. Crochet chains to the crust between the pins and secure.

Trace a circle onto your plastic tapestry canvas and cut out (mine was approx. 17cm diameter -you should have a few centimetres of overhang to make up the pie sides). Stretch crust over plastic. Thread a crochet end through your yarn needle, and sew through the tapestry canvas for extra strength. Using duplicate stitch, sew through the plastic and the pie crust in several directions so that it lies flat.

Meringue top:

CO 9 sts in cream yarn and divide evenly between 3 DPNs
K 1 round
Next round -Inc each st (18 sts)
Begin meringues in the next round ý start with the small and medium meringues, spacing them as you see fit)
K 3 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (36 sts)
You can begin adding the large meringues randomly from this round onwards.
K 6 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (72 sts)
K 12 rounds
Stop adding meringues from this point.
Next round -Inc each st, knitting onto you circular needle (PM at start of round) (144 sts)
K 3 rounds
BO

Pin bound off edge to the pie crust on the line where the ruffle begins. Thread yarn needle with gold yarn, and sew each bound off stitch on the meringue to the pie crust. Leave a 5cm hole.

Weave in ends to the underside of the ruffle.

cream-pie-top

 

Fill pie with stuffing, sew up the remaining hole and weave in final ends. Sneak up on someone and squash the pie in their face. Laugh out loud

This project was contributed by Leonie Connellan from Crumpart.net

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Here is a pattern for intermediate knitters to tackle. Make a slapstick cream pie!

Slapstick Cream Pie

What you need

8 ply acrylic yarn in gold -100m
8 ply acrylic yarn in off-white/cream -100m
1 set 4mm DPNs (or the size needed to suit your yarn)
1 40cm 4mm circular needle (or the size needed to suit your yarn)
1 4mm crochet hook
Stitch marker
Plastic tapestry



Instructions

Gauge:

Approximately 22st to 10cm in St st

Pattern notes:

This pattern is based on the Kitty Pi bed by Wendy Johnson* and the Boobie Scarf by Jillian Moreno**. I came up with the idea as a birthday gift, the party was a surprise pie fight!

Skills used:

Knitting in the round on double pointed needles.
Increasing and decreasing (Inc = knit into front and back of stitch).
Short row shaping.

Meringue guidelines:

ALL MERINGUES [Small (Medium, Large)]:
Row 1: Work 5 (7, 17) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 2: Work 1 (3, 3) st, wrap next st, turn.
Row 3: Work 2 (4, 4) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 4: Work 3 (5, 5) sts, wrap next st, turn.

SMALL AND MEDIUM MERINGUE ONLY:

Rows 5-8: Repeat Row 4.
Row 9: Work 2 (4) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 10: Work 1 (3) st, wrap next st, turn.
Row 11: Work to end of row.

LARGE MERINGUE ONLY:

Rows 5-6: Repeat Row 4.
Row 7: Work 6 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 8: Work 7 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Rows 9-12: Repeat row 8.
Row 13 : Work 6 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 14 : Work 5 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Rows 15 and 16: Repeat Row 14.
Row 17 : Work 4 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 18 : Work 3 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 19 : Work to end of row.

Note: These are only guidelines for the meringues ,for some variety you can knit random rows of garter stitch, extra short-row bumps (like the “nipple” in the original Boobie Scarf pattern), work different numbers of stitches, etc. for added texture and shape.

Directions:

Pie crust:

CO 9sts in gold yarn and divide evenly between 3 DPNs
K 1 round
Next round -Inc each st (18 sts)
K 3 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (36 sts)
K 6 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (72 sts)
K 12 rounds
Next round -Inc each st, knitting onto your circular needle (PM at start of round) (144 sts)
K 3 rounds
Next round -K10, K2tog to end of round (12 decreases)
K 6 rounds
Next round – K9, K2tog to end of round (12 decreases), slip next st pw, bring yarn to front of needles, turn work, and sl stich pw back to original needle
Next round – (working on ws ý beg of ruffled pie edge) Inc each st
K 2 rounds
Next round ý Inc1, Inc1, K1 to end of round
BO
Weave in ends.

Measure your hand width against the bottom of your pie crust. Mark widths for the top and bottom of your hand with safety pins. Crochet chains to the crust between the pins and secure.

Trace a circle onto your plastic tapestry canvas and cut out (mine was approx. 17cm diameter -you should have a few centimetres of overhang to make up the pie sides). Stretch crust over plastic. Thread a crochet end through your yarn needle, and sew through the tapestry canvas for extra strength. Using duplicate stitch, sew through the plastic and the pie crust in several directions so that it lies flat.

Meringue top:

CO 9 sts in cream yarn and divide evenly between 3 DPNs
K 1 round
Next round -Inc each st (18 sts)
Begin meringues in the next round ý start with the small and medium meringues, spacing them as you see fit)
K 3 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (36 sts)
You can begin adding the large meringues randomly from this round onwards.
K 6 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (72 sts)
K 12 rounds
Stop adding meringues from this point.
Next round -Inc each st, knitting onto you circular needle (PM at start of round) (144 sts)
K 3 rounds
BO

Pin bound off edge to the pie crust on the line where the ruffle begins. Thread yarn needle with gold yarn, and sew each bound off stitch on the meringue to the pie crust. Leave a 5cm hole.

Weave in ends to the underside of the ruffle.

cream-pie-top

 

Fill pie with stuffing, sew up the remaining hole and weave in final ends. Sneak up on someone and squash the pie in their face. Laugh out loud

This project was contributed by Leonie Connellan from Crumpart.net

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Here is a pattern for intermediate knitters to tackle. Make a slapstick cream pie!

Slapstick Cream Pie

What you need

8 ply acrylic yarn in gold -100m
8 ply acrylic yarn in off-white/cream -100m
1 set 4mm DPNs (or the size needed to suit your yarn)
1 40cm 4mm circular needle (or the size needed to suit your yarn)
1 4mm crochet hook
Stitch marker
Plastic tapestry



Instructions

Gauge:

Approximately 22st to 10cm in St st

Pattern notes:

This pattern is based on the Kitty Pi bed by Wendy Johnson* and the Boobie Scarf by Jillian Moreno**. I came up with the idea as a birthday gift, the party was a surprise pie fight!

Skills used:

Knitting in the round on double pointed needles.
Increasing and decreasing (Inc = knit into front and back of stitch).
Short row shaping.

Meringue guidelines:

ALL MERINGUES [Small (Medium, Large)]:
Row 1: Work 5 (7, 17) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 2: Work 1 (3, 3) st, wrap next st, turn.
Row 3: Work 2 (4, 4) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 4: Work 3 (5, 5) sts, wrap next st, turn.

SMALL AND MEDIUM MERINGUE ONLY:

Rows 5-8: Repeat Row 4.
Row 9: Work 2 (4) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 10: Work 1 (3) st, wrap next st, turn.
Row 11: Work to end of row.

LARGE MERINGUE ONLY:

Rows 5-6: Repeat Row 4.
Row 7: Work 6 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 8: Work 7 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Rows 9-12: Repeat row 8.
Row 13 : Work 6 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 14 : Work 5 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Rows 15 and 16: Repeat Row 14.
Row 17 : Work 4 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 18 : Work 3 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 19 : Work to end of row.

Note: These are only guidelines for the meringues ,for some variety you can knit random rows of garter stitch, extra short-row bumps (like the “nipple” in the original Boobie Scarf pattern), work different numbers of stitches, etc. for added texture and shape.

Directions:

Pie crust:

CO 9sts in gold yarn and divide evenly between 3 DPNs
K 1 round
Next round -Inc each st (18 sts)
K 3 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (36 sts)
K 6 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (72 sts)
K 12 rounds
Next round -Inc each st, knitting onto your circular needle (PM at start of round) (144 sts)
K 3 rounds
Next round -K10, K2tog to end of round (12 decreases)
K 6 rounds
Next round – K9, K2tog to end of round (12 decreases), slip next st pw, bring yarn to front of needles, turn work, and sl stich pw back to original needle
Next round – (working on ws ý beg of ruffled pie edge) Inc each st
K 2 rounds
Next round ý Inc1, Inc1, K1 to end of round
BO
Weave in ends.

Measure your hand width against the bottom of your pie crust. Mark widths for the top and bottom of your hand with safety pins. Crochet chains to the crust between the pins and secure.

Trace a circle onto your plastic tapestry canvas and cut out (mine was approx. 17cm diameter -you should have a few centimetres of overhang to make up the pie sides). Stretch crust over plastic. Thread a crochet end through your yarn needle, and sew through the tapestry canvas for extra strength. Using duplicate stitch, sew through the plastic and the pie crust in several directions so that it lies flat.

Meringue top:

CO 9 sts in cream yarn and divide evenly between 3 DPNs
K 1 round
Next round -Inc each st (18 sts)
Begin meringues in the next round ý start with the small and medium meringues, spacing them as you see fit)
K 3 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (36 sts)
You can begin adding the large meringues randomly from this round onwards.
K 6 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (72 sts)
K 12 rounds
Stop adding meringues from this point.
Next round -Inc each st, knitting onto you circular needle (PM at start of round) (144 sts)
K 3 rounds
BO

Pin bound off edge to the pie crust on the line where the ruffle begins. Thread yarn needle with gold yarn, and sew each bound off stitch on the meringue to the pie crust. Leave a 5cm hole.

Weave in ends to the underside of the ruffle.

cream-pie-top

 

Fill pie with stuffing, sew up the remaining hole and weave in final ends. Sneak up on someone and squash the pie in their face. Laugh out loud

This project was contributed by Leonie Connellan from Crumpart.net

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Slapstick Cream Pie

Here is a pattern for intermediate knitters to tackle. Make a slapstick cream pie!

Slapstick Cream Pie

What you need

8 ply acrylic yarn in gold -100m
8 ply acrylic yarn in off-white/cream -100m
1 set 4mm DPNs (or the size needed to suit your yarn)
1 40cm 4mm circular needle (or the size needed to suit your yarn)
1 4mm crochet hook
Stitch marker
Plastic tapestry



Instructions

Gauge:

Approximately 22st to 10cm in St st

Pattern notes:

This pattern is based on the Kitty Pi bed by Wendy Johnson* and the Boobie Scarf by Jillian Moreno**. I came up with the idea as a birthday gift, the party was a surprise pie fight!

Skills used:

Knitting in the round on double pointed needles.
Increasing and decreasing (Inc = knit into front and back of stitch).
Short row shaping.

Meringue guidelines:

ALL MERINGUES [Small (Medium, Large)]:
Row 1: Work 5 (7, 17) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 2: Work 1 (3, 3) st, wrap next st, turn.
Row 3: Work 2 (4, 4) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 4: Work 3 (5, 5) sts, wrap next st, turn.

SMALL AND MEDIUM MERINGUE ONLY:

Rows 5-8: Repeat Row 4.
Row 9: Work 2 (4) sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 10: Work 1 (3) st, wrap next st, turn.
Row 11: Work to end of row.

LARGE MERINGUE ONLY:

Rows 5-6: Repeat Row 4.
Row 7: Work 6 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 8: Work 7 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Rows 9-12: Repeat row 8.
Row 13 : Work 6 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 14 : Work 5 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Rows 15 and 16: Repeat Row 14.
Row 17 : Work 4 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 18 : Work 3 sts, wrap next st, turn.
Row 19 : Work to end of row.

Note: These are only guidelines for the meringues ,for some variety you can knit random rows of garter stitch, extra short-row bumps (like the “nipple” in the original Boobie Scarf pattern), work different numbers of stitches, etc. for added texture and shape.

Directions:

Pie crust:

CO 9sts in gold yarn and divide evenly between 3 DPNs
K 1 round
Next round -Inc each st (18 sts)
K 3 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (36 sts)
K 6 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (72 sts)
K 12 rounds
Next round -Inc each st, knitting onto your circular needle (PM at start of round) (144 sts)
K 3 rounds
Next round -K10, K2tog to end of round (12 decreases)
K 6 rounds
Next round – K9, K2tog to end of round (12 decreases), slip next st pw, bring yarn to front of needles, turn work, and sl stich pw back to original needle
Next round – (working on ws ý beg of ruffled pie edge) Inc each st
K 2 rounds
Next round ý Inc1, Inc1, K1 to end of round
BO
Weave in ends.

Measure your hand width against the bottom of your pie crust. Mark widths for the top and bottom of your hand with safety pins. Crochet chains to the crust between the pins and secure.

Trace a circle onto your plastic tapestry canvas and cut out (mine was approx. 17cm diameter -you should have a few centimetres of overhang to make up the pie sides). Stretch crust over plastic. Thread a crochet end through your yarn needle, and sew through the tapestry canvas for extra strength. Using duplicate stitch, sew through the plastic and the pie crust in several directions so that it lies flat.

Meringue top:

CO 9 sts in cream yarn and divide evenly between 3 DPNs
K 1 round
Next round -Inc each st (18 sts)
Begin meringues in the next round ý start with the small and medium meringues, spacing them as you see fit)
K 3 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (36 sts)
You can begin adding the large meringues randomly from this round onwards.
K 6 rounds
Next round -Inc each st (72 sts)
K 12 rounds
Stop adding meringues from this point.
Next round -Inc each st, knitting onto you circular needle (PM at start of round) (144 sts)
K 3 rounds
BO

Pin bound off edge to the pie crust on the line where the ruffle begins. Thread yarn needle with gold yarn, and sew each bound off stitch on the meringue to the pie crust. Leave a 5cm hole.

Weave in ends to the underside of the ruffle.

cream-pie-top

 

Fill pie with stuffing, sew up the remaining hole and weave in final ends. Sneak up on someone and squash the pie in their face. Laugh out loud

This project was contributed by Leonie Connellan from Crumpart.net

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Comments

  1. if i am going throw a pie at some one it is not going to to be made of yarn it is going to be sweet and sticky and hopefully she wont get mad when it gets pushed into her face

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