- Designed by: Roxy Crochet
Pusheen made the whole internet obsessed, because he's such a cutie pie! This lovely kitty loves to eat, and this ice cream cone looks so decadent, you might get hungry while crocheting it! In other words, this amigurumi is a must have for every pusheen fan.
Photo is by Roxy Crochet / Ravelry.com
These Ice Cream Cone Keychains are so fun and quick to make! Perfect pool side project, don't you think? These little crochet keychains would be so cute on a little back pack or bag, too! Or leave off the chain and you have a cute pretend ice cream cone!
They are about 3 inches tall. They would be a great gift, or perfect to sell at a craft fair or just for yourself. Either way, you will have so much fun, you won't stop until you have made one in every color!
- Designed by: Anitha Domacin
Who said that pusheen has to be grey and grey only, right? Well, you can go for all the colors you want, for instance try making pusheen in red, purple or green, as you can see on the picture, they look absolutely adorable!
Photo is by Anitha Domacin / Ravelry.com
The Tiny Baby Ice Cream Cone is super quick to work up, beginner-friendly, and the perfect accessory for your amigurumi doll or stuffed animal to hold! It can also make a pretty darn cute little keychain, necklace or bracelet charm, bag or purse charm, or even a food photo prop as well. The possibilities are endless with flavors and toppings. Make this sweet summer dessert today! All you need is: yarn, crochet hook, fiberfill stuffing, scissors, and yarn needle.
As well as being example of food themed crochet, the hungry caterpillar is a boook-themed crochet project as well. So, for the love of food and eating all your veggies, crochet up this one for the kids.
The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on Ravelry:
To start with, here is one comprising neapolitan ice cream (strawberry, vanilla and chocolate), syrup AND maraschino cherries. Yummy indeed, am I right?
The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on stringydingding.com: