r f bomb crochet pattern

f bomb crochet pattern

My husband is an Air Force veteran, so it goes without saying that before he was a child, curse words were often thrown around  our house. We also used to play Call of Duty together so that's the same. Since the baby was born, we've been trying to adjust our filters to avoid saying certain words over others; But sometimes it's not easy.

This past April, we took a quick trip to Tulsa, Oklahoma to attend the  largest gun show in the world, the Wanenmacher Arms Show. We planned to meet  a group of other members of the 2A community and spend the weekend with them. Now this group, especially the ones who travel across the country to visit, are a rowdy bunch. It reminds me of when my husband was on active duty and we had pilot friends over to watch the game or whatever. Crazy, loud and unfiltered.


With that in mind, I needed a plan for the nine-hour trip north. When talking about YouTube  with  guys and girls, it's always a joke that dropping the F-bomb will immediately get your video taken down. And that's when it hit me; instead of dropping the F-bomb, why not drop the F-bomb!


So  F Bomb was born on a long road trip north to hang out with crazy, rude people. I made a note to make more money in the future and suddenly posted what I had on Ravelry. Well, I never would have guessed in a million years that a little pattern I wrote  on a whim would  become so popular! Thank you very much for your help!


So without further ado, the free template has given me the confidence to write better templates and even start this blog.

Materials Used:

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G or 4.25 MM Hook

1 Ball Black Worsted Weight Yarn

1 Ball White Worsted Weight Yarn

1 Ball Red Worsted Weight Yarn

Stitch Marker (to mark ends of rounds if needed)

Fiberfill

Tapestry Needle


Stitches Used:

CH – Chain

SC – Single Crochet

INC – Single Crochet Increase

DEC – Single Crochet Decrease

SLST – Slip Stitch


Notes:

Approximate finished size is 2.5”x3”

To make smaller or larger try varying the hook size and yarn weight. You will want a stitch that does not let fiberfill come through.

 Bomb body is black


 Line 1 :

Create a magic circle and SC 6 in the circle then pull it tight. You can also use  CH2 and 6 SC in the first chain and pull it tight. Don't participate. (6)


 Line 2:

INC 6 (12)


 Line 3:

*SC, INC* 6 times (18)


 Line 4:

*SC 2, INC* 6 times (24)


 Line 5:

*SC 3, INC* 6 times (30)


 Rows 6 to 10:

CS 30 (30)


 Line 11:

*DEC, SC 3* 6 times (24)


 Row 12:

*DEC, SC 2* 6 times (18)


 Fill up on fiber now.


 Line 13:

*December, SC* 6 times (12)


 Line 14:

December 6, Finish by leaving a long tail to sew, stuff with yarn, then thread the tail through the remaining stitches and pull tight to close. Leave the remaining tail for sewing.


  Black bomb collar


 Line 1 :

Create a magic circle and SC 6 in the circle then pull it tight. You can also use  CH2 and 6 SC in the first chain and pull it tight. Connect the first point to  SLST. (6)


 Line 2:

SC in the back loop from the same point you joined; SC 5 is only in the next round. Join the first stitch of this row and finish, leaving a long tail for sewing. (6)

  White fuse


 CH 6, SLST in the second string from the hook and in the remaining strings. Finish by leaving a tail to tie.


 The letter F is red

 CH 8, SLST in the second string from the hook and the next two strings, CH 8, SLST in the second string from the hook and the next three strings, two SLSTs in the next string, SLST in the  remaining strings at the beginning and end to Leave a long piece to sew.


 Meeting


Pull the two  fuse wires through the top of the bomb's neck  on either side of the magic circle and tie them together on the underside.  Attach the neck to the head of the bomb.

 Attach the F to the front center of the bomb (whichever side it looks like

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