Crochet Ice Cones Tutorial

Both my daughters love ice cream and fortunately there's an ice cream bar just around the corner, where fresh ice cream is made the whole day through in every flavour you can imagine.

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My own favorite is raspberry, but my daughters love melon and mango, so that's the flavours I made. If you want to make your own, here's a tutorial.

2 ch
1: 6 sc in second stitch from hook (6)
2: 2 sc in every stitch (12) 
3: 6 times (2 sc, 1 sc) (18)
4: 6 times (2 sc, 1 sc, 1 sc) (24)
5: 6 times (2 sc, 1 sc, 1 sc, 1 sc) (30)
6: 6 times (2 sc, 1 sc, 1 sc, 1 sc, 1 sc) (36)
7 -13: 1 sc in every stitch (36)
14: 1 sc in the back loop of every stitch (36)
Switch color
15-16: 1 sc in every stitch (36)
17: 3 times (crochet next two stitches together, 1 sc in next 10 stitches) (33)
18: 1 sc in every stitch (33)
19: 3 times (crochet next two stitches together, 1 sc in next 9 stitches) (30)
20: 1 sc in every stitch (30)
21: 3 times (crochet next two stitches together, 1 sc in next 8 stitches) (27)
22: 1 sc in every stitch (27)
23: 3 times (crochet next two stitches together, 1 sc in next 7 stitches (24)
24: 1 sc in every stitch (24)
25: 3 times (crochet next two stitches together, 1 sc in next 6 stitches (21)
26: 1 sc in every stitch (21)
Stuff the ice cream cone.
27: 3 times (crochet next two stitches together, 1 sc in next 5 stitches (18)
28: 1 sc in every stitch (18)
29: 3 times (crochet next two stitches together, 1 sc in next 4 stitches (15)
30: 1 sc in every stitch (15)
31: 3 times (crochet next two stitches together, 1 sc in next 3 stitches (12)
32: 1 sc in every stitch (12)
33: 3 times (crochet next two stitches together, 1 sc in next 2 stitches (9)
34: 1 sc in every stitch (9)
Stuff the ice cream cone further.
35: 3 times (crochet next two stitches together, 1 sc in next stitch (6)
36: 1 sc in every stitch (6) next two stitches together)
Shut the cone. 

To create the spill sl st the yarn you choose for the ice cream flavour in one of the fore loops you made before you switched color and crochet sc, dc, tc's as you like, so it looks like drips. 

Comments

  1. These and all the other things you share are simply wonderful. Look just perfect. What talent!

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  2. Oh they're adorable Liz! You're so clever! Mimi xxx

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  3. These are adorable! Thank you for sharing your pattern.

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  4. Very cute! Thanks for the share!

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  5. These ice cream cones are great. You make such fun things - I could get lost in your blog for hours!

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  6. Those are so cute I will have to share with my mom who loves to crochet. Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty

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  7. These are super cute! I would love for you to link up at the Stitch It, Blog It, Share It Link Party going on now at behindtheseamssewing.com.
    ~Bonnie

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  8. Wonderful, and so clever with the instructions too, I could almost be persuaded to give it a go and I am hopeless with all knitting needles! #creativemondays

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  9. These ice cream cones are just too cute! Thank you for sharing with us at Bloggers Brags this week. I'm pinning this to our group board on Pinterest. Have a great week!

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  10. Oh my goodness, did you just come up with these?! You are so talented! What great creations! Thanks for sharing at the Talented Tuesday Link Party!

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  11. Super cute! My daughter would love these, but then she'd always be asking for (real) ice cream!

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  12. these are adorable and perfect for a child's play kitchen or string several together as a garland for a delish ice cream party!!

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  13. Super cute!!! The kids would love them.

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