A la Peanut Butter and Jam Sandwich

This pattern makes a sandwich that is slightly larger than a real sandwich.

Materials:

5mm hook

Cascade 220 yarn colours 7816, 9471, 8622, 8895, or other worsted weight yarn

Tapestry needle

Directions:

Bread – White yarn

Ch 23

Dc in 3ch from hook, this counts as your first dc, dc to end (21 st) ch 2 turn

Dc to end (21 st) ch 2 turn

Dc to end (21 st) ch 2 turn

Dc to end (21 st) ch 2 turn

Dc to end (21 st) ch 2 turn

Dc to end (21 st) ch 2 turn

Dc to end (21 st) ch 2 turn

Dc to end (21 st) ch 2 turn

Dc to end (21 st) ch 2 turn

Dc to end (21 st) ch 1 turn

Sc, hdc, dc, dc, tch, dc, dc, hdc, sc, sl st, sl st, sc, hdc, dc, dc, tch, dc, dc, hdc, sch, ch 1 turn

Sc, hdc, dc, dc, tch, dc, dc, hdc, sc, sl st, sl st, sc, hdc, dc, dc, tch, dc, dc, hdc, sch,

Finish off

Crust – Dark brown yarn

Join brown to the edge

Sl st all the way around

For the corners sl st, ch1 sl st,

Peanut Butter and Jam – Light brown and Red yarn

Crochet a square the same size as the bread and finish off, if you want it to overhang slightly make it one or two stitches longer than the bread. I found that the same size gives you enough of a view but then again I don’t like messy sandwiches.

Finishing

Weave in ends and sew closed at corners.

If this is intended to be a toy for a child I would sew down all the edges so it does not come apart.

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