Amigurumi Crochet Patterns Single Crochet

Silly S’more – Crochet Smore

The Silly S’more, an adorable crochet smore, is an adorable stash buster project. I used yarns and other supplies I already had on hand, to create this cute little s’more. I used plastic canvas to stiffen the graham crackers, so the ends didn’t curl, and batting, to keep the graham crackers soft like a stuffed character should be. The free pattern is below. Or you can purchase an Ad Free PDF of the Silly Smore in my downloads.

Skill Level

Advanced

Crochet Smore Materials Needed 

  • Medium/Worsted Weight yarn in the following colors (I used Redheart yarns I had on hand for this project)
    • Light Brown (for graham crackers)
    • Dark Brown (for chocolate)
    • White (for marshmallow)
  • Size G6/4mm crochet hook 
  • Size M/9mm crochet hook
  • Plastic Canvas (For stiffening graham crackers)
  • Batting (for wrapping around Plastic Canvas)
  • Stuffing
  • Yarn Needle for sewing
  • Scissors
  • Optional Materials
    • Black pipe cleaners for arms
    • Black yarn or embroidery floss for facial features
    • Powdered makeup for shading

Stitches and Abbreviations 

  • Ch – Chain
  • SC – Single Crochet
  • SC INC – Single Crochet Increase (work 2 SC into one stitch)
  • SC BLO – Single Crochet Back Loop Only
  • SC DEC – Single Crochet Decrease (work 1 SC into 2 stitches to decrease round)
  • SC DEC BLO – Single Crochet Decrease into Back Loop Only
  • Sl St – Slip Stitch
  • MC – Magic Circle

Written Instructions

Marshmallow

Using White Yarn and a G6/4mm hook

Begin with a Magic Circle

Round 1: SC (6) into MC.  Sl St to close (6)

Ch 1

Round 2: SC INC in each stitch around. Sl St to close (12)

Ch 1

Round 3: SC, SC INC.  Repeat around. Sl St to close (18)

Ch 1

Round 4: SC, SC, SC INC.  Repeat around. Sl St to close (24)

Ch 1

Round 5: SC, SC, SC, SC INC.  Repeat around. Sl St to close (30)

Ch 1

Round 6: SC, SC, SC, SC, SC INC.  Repeat around. Sl St to close (36)

Ch 1

Round 7: SC BLO in each stitch around (36)

Ch 1

Round 8-18: SC in each stitch around (36)

Ch 1

Round 19: SC BLO, SC BLO, SC BLO, SC BLO, SC DEC BLO.  Repeat around. Sl St to close (30)

Ch 1

Round 20: SC, SC, SC, SC DEC.  Repeat around. Sl St to close (24)

Ch 1

Round 21: SC, SC, SC DEC.  Repeat around. Sl St to close (18)

Ch 1

Stop here and stuff.  Do not over stuff, or the ends won’t be flat like a marshmallow.  It’s helpful to have these be flat for assembly.  If you’re using safety eyes, put those on here, too.

Round 22: SC, SC DEC.  Repeat around. Sl St to close (12)

Ch 1

Round 23: SC DEC around. Sl St to close (6)

Fasten Off, sew any remaining opening closed. Set aside for assembly.

Graham Crackers.  

Make 4

Using light brown yarn and size G6/4mm hook

Ch 21

Row 1-20: SC in second ch from the hook, across.  Ch 1, turn. (20)

Fasten Off, weave in ends.  Set aside for assembly.

Chocolate

Using dark brown yarn and size M/9mm hook.

This piece is crocheted with 2 strands of chocolate colored yarn, to make the chocolate have volume.  Alternatively, you could use chocolate colored bulky yarn.

Ch 9

Row 1-7: SC in second ch from the hook, across.  Ch 1, turn (8)

Fasten Off, weave in ends.  Set aside for assembly.

Crochet S’more Assembly

Crochet Smore pieces ready for assembly

Gather all your materials for assembly.  

Cut the Plastic Canvas approximately ¼” smaller than your graham cracker pieces.  

Cut the batting so that it folds over the plastic canvas.  

Set aside.

Center the chocolate piece on bottom end of marshmallow.  Secure by sewing to marshmallow.  

Take 1 piece of the graham cracker parts.  Center on chocolate piece, sew around to secure.  

Place plastic canvas, wrapped in batting, onto sewn graham cracker piece.  Place a second piece on top.  Secure graham cracker pieces together by sewing.  If you sew by always inserting the needle into the same side, essentially looping the sewing around the edge, it helps keep the batting and canvas from showing.  See pictures for further clarification.

Repeat graham cracker assembly on the other side.  Sew one piece to the top of the marshmallow, and then secure the plastic canvas and batting inside with the final piece of graham cracker.

To “smush” your Silly S’more, thread a yarn needle with the yarn you used for the graham cracker pieces. Make sure it’s kind of on the long side. Thread the yarn through the entire s’more, from bottom to top, and then back down again, so both cut ends are on the same side. Tie a knot and smush until the desired look is achieved. Double knot and sew in ends to hide.

If you are adding facial features/shading/arms/legs, do so now.

Finished Silly S’more – with features and details

I hope that you enjoyed making the Silly S’more!  Don’t forget to follow me on Facebook or join my Facebook Group for more patterns and tutorials! I can’t wait to see what you’ve made!

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