I Hooked a Thing by Karla Fitch

I Hooked a Thing

September 2015
Aran (8 wpi) ?
4.0 mm (G)
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

he title, hastily scribbled at the top of the page in my pattern notebook, is simple: “A THING.” At the time, I had no idea what it was, but it had to be made.

But, as I wove in the lose ends of the very first thing and presented it to my Little Miss, I discovered its purpose very quickly. “Bob,” as the first thing was named, was there to spread some love.
At this point, Bob gets picked up, carried around, and put down many time throughout the day. Every time that happens, Bob also brings a smile. And, it’s because of the smiles I see from Bob that I knew I had to offer this pattern freely.

I’ve made a few more things since Bob and realized that they’re really customizable. Honestly, I can’t wait to see what the world does with this pattern. If you make a thing of your own, I hope you’ll share with the hashtag #IHookedAThing

About This Pattern:
PDF Pattern in US English terms includes step by step instructions and lots of photos. Suitable for beginner crocheters. To complete this pattern, you should be able to make the following stitches:

CH chain stitch
SC single crochet
DECR single crochet decrease

This pattern uses a size G crochet hook, fiber fill, doll eyes, and worsted weight yarn. Exact yarn color requirements are detailed in the pattern.

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