Knitting Pattern for Cupcakes

April 1, 2014

Use 4 ply wool and you will need three colours

You will also need toy stuffing

 

 

 

Base

Using first colour cast on 8 stitches

Row 1  Purl

Row 2  K2 (YFON, K1) 5 times, K1 (13 stitches)

Row 3  Purl

Row 4  K2 (YFON, K1) 10 times, K1 (23 stitches)

Row 5  Purl

Row 6  K2, (YFON, K1) 20 times, K1 (43 stitches)

Row 7  Purl

Row 8  Knit

Row 9  Cast off in Purl leaving a long end of the wool

 

Using the end, with right sides together, sew the two sides of the circle together, and put to one side as it is now time to make the actual cupcake.

 

Cupcake

Continuing with the first colour cast on 44 stitches

Row 1  [wrong side] P2, (K1, P1) repeat to the end of the row

Row 2  (K1, P1) repeat until the last 2 stitches, K2

Repeat these rows 2 more times which means you now have 6 rows

Row 7  P2, (K1, P1), repeat to the end of the row

Row 8  K1, P1 (YFON, K1, P1) 20 times, YFON K2 (65 stitches)

Row 9  P2 (K into the made loop, K1, P1) and repeat

Row 10 (K1, P2) until last 2 stitches, then K2

Row 11 P2 (K2, P1) to the end

Row 12 (K1, P2) repeat until the last 2 stitches and then K2

Row 13 Cast off loosely following the ribbing

 

Now you need to select your second colour and pick up 45 stitches at the back of the cupcake.   You need to have the right side facing and I normally pick up the stitches from the 2nd row down.  Make sure the stiches are even across the whole width of the cupcake.

 

Row 1  Purl

Row 2  Knit

Row 3  Change to your third colour and Purl a row

Row 4  Purl

Row 5  Knit

Row 6  Purl

Row 7  Knit

Row 8  Purl

Row 9  Knit

Row 10 P2, (P2 together, P1) 4 times [31 stitches)

Row 11 Knit

Row 12 (P1, P2 together) 10 times, P1 (21 stitches)

Row 13 Knit

Row 14 P1, (P2 together) 9 times, P2 (12 stitches)

Row 15 Knit

 

Cut the wool leaving a long tail for sewing up.

 

Making sure the two right sides are together, sew up the seam using the right colour thread for each part of the cupcake.

 

Using a new piece of wool in the first colour, attach the circular base to the cupcake and just sew round ¾ of the way.  Then stuff the cupcake and finish sewing up.

 

Decorate as you wish.

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