Blog Post, Crochet, Pattern

Crochet Mini Burger Pattern

In honor of my first trip to In-n-Out, I decided to crochet a mini burger. This pattern is very quick and easy, the hardest part is probably just weaving in the ends!

Materials:

  • Size 4 yarn (in tan, brown, red, and green)
  • 3.5 mm crochet hook (a larger hook=a larger burger)
  • A very small amount of stuffing

Key (U.S. terminology):

  • ch=chain
  • hdc=half double crochet
  • dc=double crochet
  • sc2tog=single crochet two together
  • slst=slip stitch
  • st(s)=stitch(es)

This pattern uses a magic circle. If you don’t know how to do that, ch 5 and slst into the first ch.

Top Bun (Use tan yarn):

Row 1: 6 sc into a magic circle (6 sts total)

Row 2: 2 sc into each st (12 sts total)

Row 3: 1sc in each st (12 sc total)

Row 4: sc in the first st, 2 sc in the next; repeat until you reach the last st (18 sts total)

Row 5: 1 sc in each st (18 sts total)

Row 6: 1 sc in the first st, sc2tog the next 2 sts; repeat until you reach the last st (12 sts total)

Row 7: sc2tog all of the sts (6 sts total)

Stuff the bun with a little stuffing, and cut the yarn. Sew the hole close and weave the ends in.

IMG_5117.jpg
The top bun.

 

Bottom Bun & Burger Patty (Use tan yarn for the bun and brown yarn for the patty):

Row 1: 6 sc into a magic circle (6 sts total)

Row 2: 2 sc in each st (12 sts total)

Row 3: 1 sc in the first st, 2 sc in the next st; repeat until you reach the last st (18 sts total)

Row 4: 1 sc in each st (18 sts total)

Row 5: 1 sc in the first st, sc2tog for the next two sts; repeat until you reach the last st (12 sts total)

Row 6: sc2tog for all the sts (6 sts total)

Since this bottom bun is so small, you don’t need to stuff it. After row 6, cut the yarn and sew the hole closed. Weave the tail in.

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Burger Patty

 

Lettuce (Use green yarn):

Row 1: 6 sc into a magic circle (6 sts total)

Row 2: 3 dc into the first st, 1 sc into the next st; repeat until you reach the last st. Slst to the first st and cut the yarn. Weave the tail in. (12 sts total)

IMG_5118.jpg
Leaf of lettuce

 

Tomato (Use red yarn):

Row 1: 6 sc into a magic circle (6 sts total)

Row 2: 2 hdc in each st. Once finished, slst into the first st and cut the yarn. Weave in the loose tail. (12 sts total)

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Tomato

 

On to assembling the burger. You can do this in any order you’d like, but I just followed In-n-Out’s. Sew all of the components together. The color used to sew shouldn’t matter, as you can’t see it.

 

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The finished mini burger!

 

Thanks for checking out this pattern. These mini hamburgers could easily be turned into keychains. If you have any questions, just comment them down below!

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