Happy Bake Shop Square Day!
Aka Friday, but where’s the fun in that?
Today I’ve got waffles fresh out of the toaster *I mean* waffle-maker for ya!
Hot with buttah… gosh do I love butter.
Anyway – here is the magical, oh so delicious waffle!
Don’t ya love how the granny square stitches shape this guy to look like those toaster cinnamon waffles? Ya know, the ones that for some reason are square-ish shaped and are begging to be torn in four pieces? Anybody? Bueller?
This little guy screams of breakfast-y happiness and I hope you enjoy him as much as I have!
Note: You will need to know how to crochet the waffle stitch for this pattern. If you are unfamiliar, fret not! The video tutorial below will go over just what you need to know step by step for this exact project!
-Worsted weight yarn in toffee, a small amount of mustard, and an accent color (I chose mint) – I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice for all of these!
-Size H 5mm crochet hook
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Begin with brown, Ch 15
Row 2: Dc in second Ch from hook, Dc in each st (12 sts), Ch 2, turn
Row 3: [Waffle stitch from here on] *Dc in 1st st, Fpdc in next st, Dc in next st*, repeat from * sequence 3 more times (12 sts), Ch 2, turn
Row 4: *Dc in 1st st, Fpdc in next 2 sts, repeat from * sequence 3 more times – your last fpdc should be in the Ch 2 space from the row below- (12 sts), Ch 2 turn
Rows 5-10: Repeat alternating rows 3 & 4
Finish off, weave ends
With yellow, Ch 4
Rows 2-4: Sc in each st (3 sts), Ch 1, turn
Finish off leaving a long tail for sewing onto waffle
Round 1: With new color, sl st into top right corner of waffle, all in the same st: CH 2, 2 DC, CH 3, 3 DC, CH 1, skip 3 sts, 3 DC in next st, CH 1, *3 DC, CH 3, 3 DC, CH 1, skip 3 sts, 3 DC in next st, CH 1*, repeat from * twice more forming a square, sl st to beginning CH 2
Rounds 2-3: Continue in this same manner – in corners 3 DC, CH 3, 3 DC, CH 1 and in all other CH spaces 3 DC, CH 1, finish off, weave ends