Caffeine & Chocolate Molecules Earrings Pattern
Get your geek on with this set of molecules! Caffeine and theobromine - a molecule found in chocolate - are structurally similar, with the difference being an additional methyl group bonded to a nitrogen.
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Get your geek on with this set of molecules! Caffeine and theobromine - a molecule found in chocolate - are structurally similar, with the difference being an additional methyl group bonded to a nitrogen. The methyl groups are represented by a triple picot; the double-bonded oxygens are represented by an open picot. (For supergeeks, 1,3,7-trimethylpurine-2,6-dione and 3,7-dimethylpurine-1H-2,6-dione are the systematic names for caffeine and theobromine, respectively.)
Finished Size: About 13/4" at widest point.
Yarn: Lizbeth Thread Size 20 (distributed by Handy Hands) (100% Egyptian cotton)
Yarn Weight: 210 yd [191 m]/ ¾ oz [25 g]: #692 mocha brown dark, #691 mocha brown med, one ball each.
Hook: Size 4 (1.25 mm) steel hook. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
Notions: 1 st marker (m); yarn needle; 2 fish hook earring findings; two 6 mm beads; two 1" pieces of beading wire or 2 headpins; round-nose pliers; chain-nose pliers; wire cutter (optional).
Gauge: 12 sc = 1".
Originally Published: Crochetscene 2015 (Interweave, 2015).
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