Finished object Friday – And a free pattern!

So I have started on my daughters play food for Christmas, First up was a piece of cherry pie with a scoop of ice cream.

And here is the pattern:

Pie and ice cream pattern    (Pattern is in UK/AUS terminology dc is sc in USA)

Materials :

Stuffing

8 ply pie crust colour yarn

8 ply filling coloured yarn (red for sherry green for apple etc)

8 ply white for ice cream.
4.00 mm hook

Top of pie:

 

R1 Chain 12

R2 dc in second from hook, dc across (11 stitches)

R3 ch 1, dc across

R4 ch 1, dc 5, dc2tog, dc 4

R5 ch 1, dc across

R6 ch 1, dc 4, dc2tog, dc 4

R7 ch 1, dc across

R8 ch 1, dc 4, dc2tog, dc 3

R9 ch 1, dc across

R10 ch 1, dc 3, dc2tog, dc 3

R11 ch 1, dc across

R12 ch 1, dc 2, dc2tog, dc 3

R13 ch 1, dc across

R14 ch 1, dc 2, dc2tog, dc 2

R15 ch 1, dc across

R16 ch 1, dc 2, dc2tog, dc 1

R17 ch 1, dc across

R18 ch 1, dc 1, dc2tog, dc 1

R19 ch 1, dc across

R20 ch 1, dc 1 dc2tog

R21 ch 1 dc2tog, and finish off

 

 

 

Bottom of pie:

 

R1 Chain 12

R2 dc in second from hook, dc across (11 stitches)

R3 to 8   ch 1, dc across

R9 ch 1 dc in front loop only across

R10 ch 1, dc across

R11 ch 1, dc 5, dc2tog, dc 4

R12 ch 1, dc across

R13 ch 1, dc 4, dc2tog, dc 4

R14 ch 1, dc across

R15 ch 1, dc 4, dc2tog, dc 3

R16 ch 1, dc across

R17 ch 1, dc 3, dc2tog, dc 3

R18 ch 1, dc across

R19 ch 1, dc 2, dc2tog, dc 3

R20 ch 1, dc across

R21 ch 1, dc 2, dc2tog, dc 2

R22 ch 1, dc across

R23 ch 1, dc 2, dc2tog, dc 1

R24 ch 1, dc across

R25 ch 1, dc 1, dc2tog, dc 1

R26 ch 1, dc across

R27 ch 1, dc 1 dc2tog

R28 ch 1 dc2tog, and finish off

Pie filling:

R1 ch 5

R2 dc in second loop from the hook, dc across (5 stitches)

R3 to 21 ch 1 dc across

R22 ch1 dc across in front loop only

R23 to 40 ch 1 dc across and finish.

Sew the strip of filling to the pie top along the black lines of the diagram. Turn over and  sew the bottom of you pie to the filling along the same lines.

At this point you can turn it inside out  if you like, but I actually liked the look of mine better with the wrong side out. Lightly stuff you piece of pie, and then sew up the rest of your seams, making sure to leave a little lip here:

Scoop of ice cream:

Ch 4 and join.

R1 dc 6 times into loop, place marker.

R2  dc 2 times in each stitch

R3 *dc 2 times in next stitch, dc in next stitch Repeat from * around

R4 *dc 2 times in next stitch, dc in next 2 stitches Repeat from * around

R5 *dc 2 times in next stitch, dc in next 3 stitches Repeat from * around (3o stitches)

R6 dc around

R7 *dc 2 tog, dc in next 3 stitches repeat from * around

R8 This row is all through the back loop. *dc 2 tog, dc in next 2 stitches repeat from * around

Lightly stuff the ice cream scoop at this point.

R9 dc 2 tog around and again until there is only one stitch left and then finish off.

Now  go back to the row where you crocheted though the back loop only. Dc through all of the front loops that are exposed on the outside of the scoop then join. (24 stitches)

Ch1, *tr in next 3 stitches, dc in next repeat from * around and finish.

I am new to writing patterns, so feel free to let me know if it is not easy to understand, or if you need any help 🙂

You are welcome to do what you like with the finished objects from this pattern, however you may not sell the pattern itself. I would appreciate it if you are sharing the pattern to link it back here thanks 🙂

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3 thoughts on “Finished object Friday – And a free pattern!

  1. How cute are these! I’ve seen this type of thing done for art and craft displays, but I love the idea of them being made as play food – there is a little 3 year old girl in our family who would love them … =D

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