Crocheted Master Shake

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Introduction: Crocheted Master Shake

My name is Shake-Zula, the mic rulah, the old schoolah. You want a trip? I'll bring it to ya!

Another great geek-gift! I made Shake with a bunch of yarn I had around...but if your weights are a little different, your gauge won't end up like mine...just add or subtract a few rounds as needed in the same pattern. Let me know if the pattern needs any clarifications or corrections and stay tuned for the rest of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force!

Update: I got bumped! Adult Swim mentioned both this site and this pattern specifically! This is, quite possibly, the most exciting thing ever! Check it out! Thank you to the webmistress at bumpworthy.com for kindly helping me to share my awesomeness with the world :)

Yarn: Vanna's Choice in mustard, Bernat Super Value in white, Caron Simply soft in plum wine, and Vanna's choice in silver blue.
These yarns each create a slightly different gauge, so monitor the size in relation to your main cup as you go.

I used a G or 4.00 mm hook.

THE CUP:

8 sc in magic ring, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, 2 sc in each sc around, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, (1 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, (2 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join.

ch 1, (3 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join.

1 sc in back loop only of each sc around. (Work in the spiral for the rest of the cup)

1 sc in each sc around. Repeat 8 times.

11 sc, 2 sc in next sc, repeat around.

1 sc in each sc around. Repeat 3 times.

12 sc, 2 sc in next sc, repeat.

1 sc in each sc around. Repeat 3 times.

13 sc, 2 sc in next sc, 12 sc, 2 sc in next, 13 sc, 2 in last sc.

1 sc in each sc around, repeat 5 times.

14 sc, 2 sc in next sc, 15 sc, 2 sc in next sc, repeat.

1 sc in each sc around, repeat 3 times. End off and weave in end.

Stuff this piece before sewing on the lid. I put some rice in the bottom for weight, but it's probably not necessary.

THE LID:

8 sc in magic ring, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, 2 sc in each sc around, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, (1 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, (2 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, (3 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, (4 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, (5 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, (6 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, (7 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, (8 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join.

Ch 1, (9 sc, 2 sc in next sc), repeat around, ss in first sc to join. End off, leaving a sewing length.

THE STRAW:

6 sc in magic ring (work this part in the spiral)

1 sc in each sc. Repeat 18 times.

I used several pipe cleaners twisted together, then folded in half and re-twisted so that all the pointy bits are facing down, then I put the pipecleaners in the straw. I put the end through the magic ring in the middle of the lid.

THE ARMS: (X2)

Ch 5

1 sc in each st (4 sc total). Repeat 3 times.

Turn these fingers so that you can crochet across the bottom of all four at once. I got about nine stitches across.

Turn and sc in next 3 sc. St2tog, sc in the other stitches.

Turn and repeat. End with sewing length.

Number one in the hood, G.

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    ^.^ wow you are really good at this stuff. lol I love Crocheting but now I feel like I am a child and your the parent . lol Well congrats on the Bump and I plan to Crochet this and will make sure to give you the credit of course. ^.^ My son Loves all those guys . lol I wont lie I love them too and I am 42 . lol I like the mega too. lol megabyte guys . lol Their lil giving the finger things make me laugh so hard . lol Well Great work hun and ya taught an old woman a new thing ^.~

    Thanks for most possibly the coolest pattern I have ever tried out in crocheting. My boyfriend is a huge geek for ATHF, and I originally was searching for the moonanite shoes they released a couple years ago. My search yielded fruitless results, so I just went onto instructables.com to find a "DIY" gift instead. And wouldn't ya know, this came up and I was like....YES! I am fairly new to crocheting, but your instructions were totally easy to follow and I am quite proud of my Master Shake (although his lid turned out pretty funky...guess better quality comes with time). I am flying home wednesday to give it to him, I would love to send you a picture of it! Thanks again for the sweet pattern........

    I am on an endless search for coolness to crochet, as most things, sadly...,are so tired and just weak. This totally rocks my socks!

    awesome! where's frylock and meat wad?

    karl might be a little hard to make...

    Give me time :)

    Shoot boy, that looks good. Now you just need to make a meat-gloo.

    How did you make the mouth and eyes??