Party Cupcake by Megan Cullison

Party Cupcake

January 2021
both are used in this pattern
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches
in pattern stitch
6.0 mm (J)
700 - 784 yards (640 - 717 m)
One size fits all
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Without denial, 2020 has to be one of the hardest years we, as a global community, have experienced in a long, long time.

Now that it’s a new year, let’s start it with our spirits high and our hands busy - this project is perfect for setting the mental and emotional tone for 2021 and all upcoming years, physically!

With honor and privilege, I present to you, in collaboration with the wonderful designers from MT Studio, a section of Madeline Tosh Yarns:

Party Cupcake
A Tunisian Crochet Wrap

• Finished Size:
• Length: 48”
• Width: 27”
• Gauge: 6mm hook in Part I pattern:
4”x 4” = 17 st X 13 row

• 6.0mm Tunisian (afghan) crochet hook, 32” cable and stopper
• 7 Skeins – MadTosh Unicorn Tails (52 yds), 1 skein each
• Yarn A: Carolina Reaper
• Yarn B: Push Pop
• Yarn C: Candlewick
• Yarn D: Seaglass
• Yarn E: Hosta Blue
• Yarn F: Ultramarine Violet
• Yarn G: Fluoro Rose
• 1 Skein - MadTosh Tosh Merino Light (420 yds)
• Yarn H: Holi Festival
• Tapestry needle
• Stitch markers (optional)
➔ It’s been such a long year – let’s celebrate its leaving by welcoming the New Year in style, with this fun, festive, and relaxing wrap!
➔ In order to get the desired effect of a straight side that rests on the top of the wrap, the stitch additions are added at the end of the row. So, once the there’s 1 stitch left on the forward pass (yes, the ending stitch!), YO, then complete the last stitch. For the return, treat the YO as a stitch and continue as usual – ch 1, (yo, pull through 2 sts) across, until 1 st is left on hook.
➔ The bottom of the wrap is done as a pie shape wedge in a technique used for Tunisian in the round – if unfamiliar, the following link is a good resource for learning about how to accomplish it. This is also the resource I used when learning how to do Tunisian in the round with wedges: