I think, therefore I march (Crochet) by Asimina Saranti

I think, therefore I march (Crochet)

by Asimina Saranti
February 2017
yarn held together
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
8 stitches and 9 rows = 4 inches
in single crochet
10.0 mm (N/P)
66 - 77 yards (60 - 70 m)
One size
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In order to support the upcoming March for Science that is happening on April 22nd 2017, we created an object that we think represents scientists and their main activities in a simple way.

This crochet lightbulb is quick and easy to make and weather appropriate; it is made out of neon yellow yarn to signify that it is turned on.

It can be used as an add-on (sewn onto hats and other garments) or as a crafty sign/symbol.

There is also a knitted version available: www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/i-think-therefore-i-march

Find out more about the march on it’s official website: www.marchforscience.com

Marches are happening in Europe too! See more here: https://twitter.com/Scientists4EU/lists/european-science-...

Title: Eddie @pentagrammer, Chemist, PhD Candidate
Tech Editing & Testing: Olympia Driva (biokninja), Biologist
Pattern: Asimina Saranti, Computer Engineer

© 2017 Über den Traum

Schachenmayr Bravo Big
(Super Bulky / 5-6 wpi / 100% Acrylic)
(120 meters - 131 yards / 200 grams)
Colorway: 08232, 1 skein ~40m used - MC

Ören Bayan Favori
(Worsted / 10 ply / 9 wpi / 100% Acrylic)
(209 meters - 228 yards / 100 grams)
Colorway: 008, 1 skein ~20m used - held triple - CC

10.0 mm / US N/P hook


  • Tapestry needle
  • ~50gr of polyester filling
  • 2 pieces of 50cm (20 inches) of 1 cm / 0.5 inches thick elastic

8 sts / 9 rounds = 10 cm (4 inches) square in single crochet stitch using 10.0mm / US N/P hook

One Size

Finished Measurements
Height: 20 cm / 7.8 inches
Circumference: 36 cm / 14 inches

Skills Required/Techniques Used

  • Single crochet, slip stitch
  • Increasing, decreasing
  • US crochet terminology

Pattern has been tech edited and tested.

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