Bibthulhu Cthulhu Bib and/or Purse by Lesley Karpiuk

Bibthulhu Cthulhu Bib and/or Purse

Crochet
June 2012
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
5.0 mm (H)
one size fits all
US
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This pattern is available for $2.95 USD buy it now

This is another pattern I designed to match the style of my other Cthulhu crochet creations! I’ve decided that every geekling needs at least ONE evil bib… and why not one whose tentacles will help catch the drool for you?

BONUS! The pattern includes modifications for turning your bib into a Cthulhu PURSE! Buying this pattern is like 2 patterns in one - you’ll get the Bibthulhu pattern + modification instructions to turn your bib into a purse.

This is a beginner’s crochet project that requires 1 skein of cotton yarn to complete, using basic stitches. Rawr!

Materials

  • 1 skein of 100% cotton yarn in green
  • Size H hook
  • Safety eyes, buttons, felt or black embroidery floss for eyes
  • Darning needle

Gauge
Approximately 4 single crochet stitches = 1” in worsted weight.

Stitches and Terms Used

  • chain (ch)
  • single crochet (sc)
  • double crochet (dc)
  • slip stitch (sl st) This is considered easy enough for beginners!

Before You Start
This pattern’s contents and the resulting product made from the pattern are copyright ©2009-2012 to Lesley A. Karpiuk. You may make Cthulhu bibs and purses from this pattern for your own personal use or to give as a gift, but you may in no way resell the pattern, redistribute, copy, publish, transmit or upload the pattern in any way. If you share pictures of the crochet bib or purse you create from this pattern online, I’d love it if you gave credit and a link back to thepinktoque.com!

By purchasing this pattern, you are agreeing to abide by my copyright and licensing terms. Pattern purchase is non-refundable. Please contact me if you have any questions. I am always available to help along the way if you get stuck!

WARNING: THIS IS NOT A TOY! Due to the single button closure that helps you secure the bib to your geekling, this creation should not be used without supervision, as the button could pose as a choking hazard.