I’m reviving some old patterns that got swallowed by the internet abyss when I closed my old blog. A few years ago, I made this wee crocheted doggie bone for my co-worker’s dog, Romeo. Here is the “recipe” since it is really just a teensy tiny modification of another pattern.
Crocheted Dog Bone
worsted weight yarn
F or G hook depending on yarn weight
- Crochet Pepika’s 3D Heart, but stop at rnd 9
- Continue crocheting in a spiral for about 10 rows
- Crochet another 3D heart, also stopping at rnd 9
- Stuff both pieces and sew together!
That’s it! Alternatively, you can crochet both halves for 5 rows after rnd 9, so the seam is in the middle. Your choice.
Romeo is a teeny timy dog, so he couldn’t chew through this thing. However, I would supervise larger dogs to ensure they can’t get to the polyfil inside.
Thanks to much to Pepika for posting the original heart pattern.
Here’s some in action pictures: