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  • Writer's pictureKylie Murphey

Melty Boi Ice Cream Pattern

Hello! I recently did a poll on my Instagram to decide what my newest pattern should be and "melted ice cream cone" won.

I used felt for the mouths to convey the fear I'm certain a melting ice cream would feel. It turned out just as I had hoped! So get creative; add sprinkles, distressed expressions, maybe even a strawberry! Be sure to tag your creations on Instagram @tinyfriendscrochet so I can see them. Let's begin!


supplies you will need…

o worsted weight yarn in colors of your choosing

o 4 mm (G) hook

o stitch marker

o fiber fill

o scissors

o 6 mm safety eyes

o black thread

o *optional—black felt for a mouth and fabric glue


terms used

sc: single crochet HDC: half double crochet

ch: chain *: repeat

inc: increase FLO: front loop only

inv dec: invisible decrease

st: stitch


a few things before you begin…

o This project is worked in continuous rounds, do not join rounds.

o I used Red Heart Super Saver and Impeccable Loops and Threads for this project; you can find them at Michael’s!

o You can enhance their expressions with black felt and fabric glue; make the scoops look fearful or blissfully unaware.


melted ice cream scoop

R1: ch 2, sc 6 in 2nd ch from hook (6)

R2: inc in each st (*6 times; 12)

R3: sc, inc (*6 times; 18)

R4: sc 2, inc (*6 times; 24)

R5 sc 3, inc (*6 times; 30)

R6-9: sc in each st (*6 times; 30)

Pause and place safety eyes between rows 6&7 about 4 sts apart (or stagger them)

R10: in the BLO sc 3, inv dec (*6 times; 24)

R11: sc 2, inv dec (*6 times; 18)

R12: sc, inv dec (*6 times; 12)

Begin stuffing

R13: inv dec each st (6)

Fasten off and weave in ends

Now you will start on the puddle portion of the ice cream. Attach your yarn to the FLO of row 10.

R1: sc around in the FLO of row 10 (30)

R2: sc 4, inc, sc 4, inc, HDC 4, HDC inc, HDC 4, HDC inc, sc 4, inc, sc 4, inc. (36)

R3: sc 5, inc, sc 5, inc, HDC 5, HDC inc, HDC 5, HDC inc, sc 5, inc, sc 5, inc. (42)

R4: inc, sc 6, inc, sc 6, HDC inc, HDC 6, HDC inc, HDC 6, inc, sc 6, inc, sc 6 (48)

second ice creamscoop

R1: ch 2, sc 6 in 2nd ch from hook (6)

R2: inc in each st (*6 times; 12)

R3: sc, inc (*6 times; 18)

R4: sc 2, inc (*6 times; 24)

R5 sc 3, inc (*6 times; 30)

R6-9: sc in each st (*6 times; 30)

Place safety eyes between rows 7&8

R10: sc 3, inv dec (*6 times; 24)

Sew to first scoop, off-center. Stuff when you have about 6 sts left to sew.


cone

R1: ch 2, sc 4 in 2nd ch from hook

R2: sc, inc (*2 times; 6)

R3: sc in each st (6)

R4: sc 2, inc (*2 times; 8)

R5: sc in each st (8)

R6: sc 3, inc (*2 times; 10)

R7: sc in each st (10)

R8: sc 4, inc (*2 times; 12)

R9: sc in each st (12)

R10: sc 5, inc (14)

R11: sc in each st (14)

R12: sc 6, inc (*2 times; 16)

R13: sc in each st (16)

R14: sc 7, inc (*2 times; 18)

R15: sc in each st (18)

R16: sc 8, inc (*2 times; 20)

- Stuff your cone, making sure the tip is stuffed. Pin it to the second scoop, off-centered and sew. Stuff the bottom of the cone more as you go, as desired.


- If you are using felt for facial expressions, cut those out and glue them on with fabric

glue.



you are done!


Thank you so much for your support—I hope you loved this pattern! Tag your creations on Instagram @tinyfriendscrochet

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