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Strawberry, vanilla and chocolate ice cream without hurting the hips, right? Looks good enough to eat! These adorable looking ice cream are very easy to make and kids will love playing with them.  You can also add small bells or rattles for an instant toy rattle for babies.

I just love crocheting toys especially play food as they are so easy to make and these would make great gifts for kids.

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Pattern below.  Printable copy here –>> Ice Cream Cone – Free Pattern by Hello Yellow Yarn . Have fun!

Materials

1 ball of pink coloured yarn in 10 or 12 Ply/Medium/Cat 4
1 ball of white coloured yarn in 10 or 12 Ply/Medium/Cat 4
1 ball of brown coloured yarn in 10 or 12 Ply/Medium/Cat 4
1 ball of pastry coloured yarn in 10 or 12 Ply/Medium/Cat 4
Size 4mm/6 Hook
Yarn needle
Scissors
Toy stuffing
Stitch marker (optional)

Terms

sc – single crochet
hdc – half double crochet
sl st – slip stitch
inc – single crochet increase
dec – single crochet decrease
work even – single crochet in each stitch around

NOTE: This pattern works on single crochet stitches around (apart from Round 9 of the Ice Cream).

Ice Cream (make 3, in pink, white and brown)

Round Stitches No. of stitches
1 6 sc in a magic ring. sl st to join round 6
2 2 sc in each stitch around 12
3 sc inc in every 2nd stitch 18
4 sc inc in every 3rd stitch 24
5-7 work even 24
8 dec in every 3rd stitch 18
9 3 hdc and sc* in each stitch (skipping a stitch each time after *). Fasten off. Leave a long tail for sewing 18

Ice Cream Cone (make 2 in pastry colour)

Round Stitches No. of stitches
1 4 sc in magic ring. sl st to join round 4
2 sc inc in every 2nd stitch around 6
3 sc inc in every 3rd stitch around 8
4 sc inc in every 4th stitch around 10
5 work even 10
6 sc inc in every 5th stitch around 12
7 work even 12
8 sc inc in every 6th stitch around 14
9 work even 14
10 sc inc in every 7th stitch around 16
11 work even 16
12 sc inc in every 8th stitch around 18
13-14 work even. Fasten off and hide tail 18

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Assembly

Fill pink ice cream and one cone with some toy stuffing. Do not overfill the cone. Using the tail from the ice cream, sew the ice cream and cone together, matching stitch by stitch.

Fill white ice cream and the remaining cone with some toy stuffing. Do not over fill the cone. Sew white ice cream on top of brown ice cream. Hide tail. Fill brown ice cream with toy stuffing. Sew ice cream and cone together, matching stitch by stitch.

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© 2014 MJ Carlos. Strictly do not copy, sell, alter or re-distribute this pattern in any form. Finished item using this pattern can be sold as long as it is handmade by yourself and credit is given to MJ Carlos/Hello Yellow Yarn for the pattern and design. Images from this pattern (digital & print) are not to be used when selling the finished item.

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6 thoughts on “Ice Cream Cone – Free Pattern

  1. Hi there
    I was wondering if I Can get a bit of help with completing the ice cream scoop. I am on row 9 but I don’t know what am I meant to do and I’ve done a few variations but still haven’t got the nice last row pattern of the scoop. is it meant to be
    first hole out of the 18 sitches –
    1 hdc (1 Sc)
    2Nd hole
    1 hdc (1 Sc)
    3Rd hole
    1 hdc hole (1Sc)
    Skip hole ?

    Thank you

    1. Hi Amy. In the first hole or stitch, you’ll need to do 3 hdc and 1 sc. Then you skip the next hole/stitch. You repeat that pattern until the end of the round. You’ll only be crocheting into 9 stitches of the 18 stitches because you’re skipping the other 9.

      So it’s 1st stitch (3 hdc, 1 sc) 2nd stitch (skip), 3rd stitch (3 hdc, 1 sc), 4th stitch (skip) etc.

      I hope that helps!

      MJ

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