Rock Hard Glutes and Mushroom Booty by Sarah Townsend

Rock Hard Glutes and Mushroom Booty

August 2022
both are used in this pattern
Aran (8 wpi) ?
4.0 mm (G)
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Rock Hard Glutes and Mushroom Booty - The Booty Crew

With added directions for Moss Ball Booty and Rose Bush Booty on the last page of PDF.

Tweed Worsted weight/ Size 4 yarn
Rock’s Body Color- Big Twist: Tweed ~ Gray
Mushroom’s Cap Color- Craft Smart: Value Tweed ~ Cranberry
Mushroom’s Body Color- Craft Smart: Value Tweed ~ Cream
Moss Colors- About 2.5 yards of light green yarn. About 2 yards of dark green yarn.
4.00 mm Crochet Hook
12mm Blue Safety Eyes
Poly-fil stuffing
Embroidery Floss - Black, White, Peach and Sparkly Green.
Yarn Needle
Stitch Markers
Wire brush (optional)

mr - magic ring
slp - slip stitch
ch - chain
st - stitch
rnd - round
sc - single crochet
inc - increase (2sc in the same stitch)
invdec - invisible decrease
blo - back loop only
flo - front loop only


Invisible decrease - put hook through the front loop of two single crochet stitches, yarn over and pull up loop (two loops on hook) yarn over and pull through two loops.

~This pattern is worked from the top down in a continuous round.
~Use a stitch marker to mark the beginning of the rounds.
~The Booty Crew can be made in any size yarn. So have fun playing with different yarn and hook sizes.
~At the end of making the body, I use the same tail to do all the shaping. Sometimes it can be difficult working with a tail that long so you can always use scrap pieces of yarn. Just make sure everything is secured tightly so the booty keeps its shape when you are finished.

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