A delicious use for yarn

...and probably one of the sillier uses for it as well.
I bought an amigurumi book this summer but not for the doll patterns. I bought it for this hamburger. Technically the hamburger isn't amigurumi, but it uses the spiral crochet technique that amigurumi uses. Have you ever bought a pattern or a kit and then never used it? I too have done that. But I vowed when I bought the book that I would DO THIS PROJECT before I die.* The separate pieces are easily completed in an hour in front of the TV--the onion slices and the tomato slices are done in less time.

No, I'm not going to make you one. I've done what I set out to do and now I can put the book on the shelf and let it gather dust.

*And since I've fulfilled the vow I made regarding this project, I fully expect to die in the next few days.

Comments

froggybaby said…
OK, that is so cute. And yes, you do want to make me one!! It is so really very cute. I can see how that would be compelling to buy the book.
Micah said…
It's making me want a real hamburger. I know what I'm having for lunch today.
Jen said…
Yay, you made it! It turned out so, so cute. If you're going to just put that book on the shelf to collect dust, then you can surely send it my way so that I can let it collect dust until I can through all these other projects and eventually make something from it.
Dennis said…
It has tomatos. I thought you didn't like tomatos. It's really cute (if a guy can use the word cute).
Shantel said…
Sara, that is really cute. I just bought some yarn adn a pattern for a fall themed afgan. Crochet. We'll see how that goes.