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Here’s another perfect scrap busting pattern that’s fun for everyone! The crochet Pizza Slice keychain works up in under an hour, and it’s perfect for crocheters of all skill levels, from the newest beginner, to the most advanced pro.

You can hang these cuties on your kids’ backpack (or yours!), use it to identify luggage at the airport baggage claim, gift it to a teacher or friend… the possibilities are endless!

I hope you enjoy making this adorable little accessory as much as I do. I’d love to see your makes using this pattern! Feel free to leave a comment and share your pictures!

Materials

  • 3.5mm & 4mm Hooks
  • Yarn Needle
  • 4/Worsted Weight Yarn in tan, yellow, and red (just a few yards of each!)
  • Keyring, lobster clip, or desired clip type
  • (Optional) Red Felt
  • (Optional) Hot glue

Glossary

  • SC – Single Crochet
  • Ch – Chain
  • Dec – Decrease
  • Slst – Slip Stitch
  • F/o – Fasten Off

Directions

Tan/Brown Yarn

Start: Ch11, leave a tail a few inches long for sewing later

  1. 10sc, ch1, turn
  2. 10sc, ch1, turn
  3. 10sc, ch1, turn
  4. Fold the piece in half longways to form the crust. Use 10sc stitches all the way across to stitch the sides together.
  5. F/o. Use your yarn tails to sew the ends of the crust closed.

Yellow yarn

  1. Attach your yellow yarn to the crust with a slst. Then 1sc in ea st across.
  2. 10sc, ch1, turn
  3. dec, 6sc, dec, ch1, turn
  4. 8sc, ch1, turn
  5. dec, 4sc, dec, ch1, turn
  6. 6sc, ch1, turn
  7. dec, 2sc, dec, ch1, turn
  8. 4sc, ch1, turn
  9. 2dec, ch1, turn
  10. 2sc, ch1, turn
  11. dec, ch1, do NOT turn
  12. Cut yarn, f/o, weave in tail.
  13. Attach to the top left corner of the cheese with a slst.
  14. Make 1slst in each row around both sides of the triangle. (See 2nd image)

Pepperoni – Make 3

Option 1: Hot glue dime-sized circles of red felt to the pizza

Option 2:
3.5mm hook, red yarn

  1. 8sc into a magic circle, slst to close
    (If you’re unfamiliar with the magic circle, you can ch2 and work all 8sc into the 2nd ch from your hook)
  2. f/o, weave in tails
  3. Hot glue or sew the pepperonis onto the pizza.

Keyring

Using a yarn needle and the same tan yarn you used for your crust, sew the keyring onto the pizza.

Make sure not to cinch up your stitches too tightly, or else your keyring won’t be able to swing or twist as it’s being used.

I like to make several open loops with my yarn passing through the keyring to make sure it’s sturdy enough while still being able to swing and twist appropriately.

And that’s it! Now you’ve got yourself an adorable pizza keychain that’s sure to please! No go forth and crochet, my friends!

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