Thursday, January 8, 2015

Mature Content: Teeny Peenie

Warning: Mature content ahead!!

I know what you're probably thinking...."WHY!?!?!" Well, why not! Teeny Peenies make great bachelorette party gifts, gag gifts, or just a quirky thing to make to use up your scraps of yarn. Make some in April for Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, June for Men's Health Month, or make some for your November or "Movember" craft table to raise funds for the "Movember Foundation" and other organizations. Overall, the Teeny Peenie is just a fun little pattern I came up with, and if you don't like it, feel free to shrug it off and move along. :) Thank you!

Pattern and photos are Copyright © 2015 Lillian Minneman - Just Stitched. Pattern shall remain free, and may not be reproduced or sold. Feel free to link to this pattern. Please read the pattern in full before beginning. Feel free to contact me for any questions you may have.

Small amount of Worsted Weight Yarn
G/6/4.25mm hook (or desired hook)
Yarn Needle
Stuffing material
Stitch Marker, if desired

ch – chain
sc – single crochet
slst – slip stitch
st - stitch
F/O – finish off

Teeny Peenie is worked in unjoined rounds.
Ch1, where used, does not count as first sc.
Use a stitch marker to mark rounds, if desired.
Teeny Peenie measure ~3" in length. Gauge is unimportant.

Teeny Peenie Pattern
Round 1: Work 6sc in magic circle (6)
Round 2: *2sc in next st, sc in next* around (9)
Round 3: *Sc2tog, sc in next* around (6)
Round 4: Sc in each st around (6)
Round 5: *2sc in next st, sc in next* around (9)
Round 6-10: Sc in each st around (9) Switch to working in rows for the next section.
Row 11-14: Ch1, sc in next 5 sts (5)
F/O, weave in end. Stuff tip firmly, stuff shaft moderately.

Testes: (make 2)
Round 1: Work 6sc in magic circle (6)
Round 2: *2sc in next st, sc in next* around (9)
Round 3-4: Sc in each st around (9)
F/O, leaving a long tail for sewing.
Using tails, sew testes side by side, and attach to shaft. Stuff testes firmly before closing.

Customization instructions:
Add more straight rounds (in the R6-10 section) on the shaft for a longer shaft.
Use heavier weight yarn and bigger hook for a not-as-teeny peenie.
Alternatively, use thinner weight yarn or thread and smaller hook for teenier peenie.

Special thanks to testers:
Jan of Fairy Dust Creationz:

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Teeny Peenie © 2015 Lillian Minneman of Just Stitched. Feel free to contact me with any questions at Do not copy, share, or redistribute this pattern in any way.