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Delicious Strawberries! I like how crocheted food looks, so I came up with my own pattern for strawberries.

materials needed: crochet hook size 4.00, worsted yarn in red for strawberry & green for stem & leaves part, brown for 'chocolate' (optional), stitch marker, small amount of stuffing, yarn needle for sewing gauge: 7sc=2" 2rows=1" finished size is about 3" *NOTE* do not join rounds, use stitch marker and move it after each round is finished with green: leaves rnd 1: ch 2, 6sc in 2nd ch, place marker rnd 2: *2sc* around (12sc) rnd 3: ch 3, sc in same st (counts as first sc, plus ch2, sc) *sc, ch 2, sc* arnd, join, finish off, leave a long end for sewing (12 ch2 sps) stem: ch6, sl st across, finish off, leave a long end for sewing sew stem of center of leaf top part, on rnd 1 strawberry: with red: rnd 1: rnd 1: ch 2, 6sc in 2nd ch, place marker rnd 2: *2sc* around (12sc) rnd 3: *sc* rnd 4: *sc in next st, 2sc in next st* (18sc) rnds 5-8: *sc* rnd 9: *sc in next st, sc dec* (12sc) rnd 10: stuff firmly *sc dec* (6sc)
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||Naida's Crochet||

http://naidascrochet.tripod.com/patterns/strawberry.html

( ) finish off, leave a long end for sewing and sew closed for chocolate dipped strawberry, work rnds 1-5 of strawberry in brown yarn then switch to red yarn for remainding rnds take leaves part and sew firmly to tp of strawberry, near rnds 2 & 3 if you want, 'paint' black seeds on the strawberry with a thin black marker or pen enjoy your yummy treat!

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