I remember back in high school and trying boba tea for the first time; I hated it. I wanted to gag. I didn’t understand the appeal of wanting these chewy ball shaped things in my drink, so strayed away for a while. I had a friend convince me to try it again down the road and I guess my taste buds just reacted differently because I was in love with it! I also took a trip to Vietnam and spent a lot of time in Saigon; Boba tea was so popular there and it was around every corner it seemed like!
As of recent, this odd drink is becoming more and more popular in the Portland area; It seems to just be the “thing” my friends and I go do! It’s always such a fun treat, and that’s where the inspiration came from to create this little chibi Bubble Tea! Perfect size to hang on the tree for the holidays as well!
-You will need white, a primary color, black, and pink for the straw!
Ch – Chain
Sl St- Slip Stitch
Sc – Single Crochet
Inc – Increase (Two of the same stitches in one stitch)
Dec – Decrease
- The body of the bubble tea will be worked in continuous rounds.
- The face will be embroidered on!
Don’t forget to pin this pattern for later so you don’t forget about it!
Lets Get Started!
(Begin in Primary Color)
Rnd 1: Magic Ring 6 (6)
Rnd 2: *Inc* around (12)
Rnd 3: *Sc, Inc* around (18)
Rnd 4: *Sc 2, Inc* around (24)
Rnd 5: *Sc 3, Inc* around (30)
Rnd 6: *Sc 4, Inc* around (36)
Rnd 7 – 12: Sc around (36)
Switch to White
Rnd 13: *Sc 4, Dec* around (30)
Rnd 14: *Sc 3, Dec* around (24)
Rnd 15: *Sc 2, Dec* around (18)
Rnd 16: *Sc, Dec* around (12)
Finish off by closing the hole
Ch 9, connect both ends with a sl st.
Rnd 1-6: Sc around, sl st to join. (8)
Boba (Make 9)
ch 3, sl st back into first stitch.
Now just sew on all the pieces and embroider your face on!
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