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Did you ever stop to think about how those marshmallows feel when you're roasting them over a hot, open flame? Well, it turns out they are pretty darn upset about it! First they are ripped away from their friends (in the marshmallow bag), impaled with a stick, and waved over a fire. And sometimes they are accidentally (or purposefully!!!) set on fire, only to bubble and burn. If such a fate as that doesn't await them, they are quickly eaten OR placed between graham crackers with some chocolate, but alas, still eaten. Hence, frowny marshmallow on a stick and frowny s'more.

I designed the crochet patterns to make these: both the finished products and pattern can be found in my Etsy shop: http://eternalsunshine.etsy.com I used all acrylic yarns, black embroidery thread, black bead eyes, and brown pipe cleaners.

*Note: no marshmallows were harmed in the making of these crochet projects.
I think your frowny marshmallow could also be named "Sad S'mores". Very cute. Or, very sad. But, very calorie-free!
LOL
hate to be contradictory, but these probably have 700+ calories, 1 calorie is the amount of energy it takes to raise 1 liter of water 1 degree. "Sad S'Mores" Good One!
Celcius, correct?
Cubic centimeter of water, not a liter. BIIIIIG difference.
Well, these are crochet and not edible. I think you know what designpieces meant by calorie-free...let's not get nit-picky here. :)
Negative calories to make one!!!!!
Very creative! I wonder... would there be some way to make the marshmallow look golden around the edges?
Ooooh yes, maybe using a toasty brown/white mottled yarn for the top? That would be cute!
<em>LOL! That's toooo cute!!</em><br/><br/>Poor Marshmellow!<br/>
Very Clever!
ROFLOL! This is a very creative project! 5/5 stars.
Do Not Attempt To Cook These Over Fire! For some reason this brand burns faster. I don't quite know why yet.
SO cute! He makes me feel guilty about eating s'mores though.
seems hard
Nope, it isn't, if you know how to crochet, that is. It's definitely a beginner's project.
These are so cute! LUV! What a cute idea!
i like to skin them alive and then set them on fire again.
Word.
Ma, get the kerosene!
This is awsome, im so gonna make some of these for my lady friends ;)
I knew immediately what it was! I think I'll try to make a few for our next marshmallow roastie!
WOW! Great job! Very cute, the first two pictures look like it's a pearl in a clam thing. Nice job! +1 rating. (added to favorites)
This little guy is ridiculously adorable, if a bit tragic :)
they look so cute- i want one- or a dozen - maybe two
what a lovely idea!
That's fantastic! I love the fried eggs on your site. I'll have to get the patterns for my wife.
Oh, those are cute! Your marshmallow doesn't know he's relatively lucky - he doesn't look too charred. ;)
Haha, true!!! Some mediocre marshmallow-roaster must have been in control. hehe.

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