Lips Keychain



Hey there hot lips, wanna crochet together?! Ok, not the best pickup line but it sure makes for a good keychain. I hope you enjoy this crochet video tutorial and free crochet pattern. If you like it, please share with all you crochet friends and let me know how your project turned out by posting it on Instagram and tagging me @martiancreations. Happy crocheting!

Supplies

4 mm Hook

Needle 

Scissors

Keychain Ring

Stitch Marker

Poly fail

Red Yarn

CH 2

RND 1: 6 SC in first CH

After this point use a stitch marker, do not join

RND 2: 2 SC in each ST=12 SC

RND 3: [2 SC in next ST, 1 SC in next ST] =18 SC

RND 4: [2 SC in next ST, 1 SC in next 2 STS] =24 SC

RND 5: HDC and DC in first ST, DC and HDC in next ST [SC in next 3 STS, 2 SC in next ST] Repeat twice, 1 SC in next 2 STS, HDC and DC in next ST, DC and HDC in next ST, [SC in next 3 STS, 2 SC in next ST] Repeat one more time, 1 SC in next 2 STS= 28 STS

RND 6: 2 HDC in first ST, 2 DC in next 2 STS, 2 HDC in next ST, [SC in next 3 STS, 2 SC in next ST] Repeat 3 times, 2 HDC in next ST, 2 DC in next 2 STS, 2 HDC in next ST, [SC in next 3 STS, 2 SC in next ST] Repeat 3 times= 46 STS

RND 7 & 8: SC evenly= 46 STS

RND 9: SCDEC, SC in next 2 STS, SCDEC, SC in next 9 STS, SLST in next ST (This is the top of the lip), SC in next 9 STS, SCDEC, SC in next 2 STS, SCDEC, SC in next 14 STS= 41 STS

RND 10: SC in next 13 STS, SLST into ST 2 RNDS down, (This is to tighten the area at the top of the lip), SC in next 26 STS= 41 STS

RND 11: Forming the bottom lip:

SC in next 13 STS, SLST into ST 2 RNDS down, Sc in next 13 STS, HDC in next ST, DC in next 9 STS, HDC in next ST, SC in last STS= 41 STS

RND 12: SC in next 13 STS, SC 2 RNDS down, SC in next 26 STS, SLST in next ST= 41 STS

FINISH OFF leaving a long tail.  

Watch the video to finish your keychain

Through my 15+ years of crocheting, I have made it my goal to show the world we are more than just doily and blanket makers. And as a curious DIY crafter, I’m always getting into other projects away from the hook and yarn too.

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