3 Scoop Ice Cream Cone Crochet Pattern

I got a couple new colors of yarn the other day. I’ve been desperately wanting some brown so I could make a hamburger. When I finally got out my hook and yarn I just kept thinking how I wanted to make something with chocolate. So instead I made an ice cream cone. My internet was down, so instead of looking up an already made pattern, I winged this pattern. Feel free to use it and make your own. If you sell them, please refer back to me.

Supplies

-ice cream colored yarn, I used caron simply soft (worsted)

-G hook, or whatever works with your yarn

-yarn needle

-stuffing

-stitch marker

Cone

R1: sc 6 on a loop using the magic circle, pull tight

R2: sc in each stitch (6)

R3: sc 5, 2 sc in last stitch (7)

R4: sc 6, 2 sc in last stitch (8)

R5: sc 7, 2 sc in last stitch (9)

R6: sc 8, 2 sc in last stitch (10)

R7: sc 9, 2 sc in last stitch (11)

R8: sc 10, 2 sc in last stitch (12)

R9: sc 11, 2 sc in last stitch (13)

R10: sc 12, 2 sc in last stitch (14)

R11: sc 13, 2 sc in last stitch (15)

R12: sc 14, 2 sc in last stitch (16)

R13: sc 15, 2 sc in last stitch (17)

R14: sc 16, 2 sc in last stitch (18)

R15: sc 17, 2 sc in last stitch (19)

R16: sc 18, 2 sc in last stitch (20)

R17: sc 19, 2 sc in last stitch (21)

R18: sc 20, 2 sc in last stitch (22)

R19: sc 21, 2 sc in last stitch (23)

R20: sc 22, 2 sc in last stitch (24)

R21: sc 23, 2 sc in last stitch (25)

R22: sc 24, 2 sc in last stitch (26)

R23: sc 25, 2 sc in last stitch (27)

R24: sc 26, 2 sc in last stitch (28)

R25: sc 27, 2 sc in last stitch (29)

R26: sc 28, 2 sc in last stitch (30)

R27: sc 29, 2 sc in last stitch (31)

R28: sc 30, 2 sc in last stitch (32)

R29: sc 31, 2 sc in last stitch (33)

R30: sc 32, 2 sc in last stitch (34)

R31: sc 33, 2 sc in last stitch (35)

Tie off.

Ice Cream

For this pattern I made three ice cream scoops. You can make as many as you want, I’ll try to include notes so that you can adapt it as you wish. You can do the colors any way you want, you could have them all the same. In that case you don’t have to switch colors, just keep crocheting. The ice cream goes from top to bottom, so start with your top color.

R1: (with top color) 6 sc on magic circle loop and pull tight

R2: 2 sc in each stitch (12)

R3: (1 sc, 2 sc)* repeat (18)

R4: 1 sc in each stitch (18)

R5: (1 sc, 2 sc)* repeat (27)

R6: 1 sc in each stitch (27)

R7: (1 sc, 2 sc)* repeat, 1 sc in last stitch (40)

R8-15: 1 sc in each stitch (40)

R16: (1 sc, sc2tog)* repeat (27)

R17: 1 sc in each stitch (27)

(switch colors or tie off for one scoop)

R18: (this should be with your second color) 1 sc in each stitch (27)

R19: (1 sc, 2sc)* repeat, 1 sc in last stitch (40)

R20-26: 1 sc in each stitch (40)

R27: (1 sc, sc2tog)* repeat (27)

R28: 1 sc in each stitch (27)

(switch colors or tie off for two scoops)

R29: (this should be with the last color) 1 sc in each stitch (27)

R30: (1 sc, 2 sc)* repeat, 1 sc in last stitch (40)

R31-37: 1 sc in each stitch (40)

R38: (1 sc, sc2tog)* repeat (27)

R39: 1 sc in each stitch (27)

Tie off.

Sewing

So you should now have the ice cream and cone parts. You want to stuff them so they are firm, but not so much that the stuffing shows through the stitches. You will need to cut a long strand of the cone color and stitch the ice cream to the cone. What stitched through the second to top row on the cone and had the cone lay on top of the ice cream. That way when it was attached it overlapped the ice cream so the ice cream appeared inside of the cone.

Ruffling

Here is where I realized my ice cream looked a little plain. I looked up other patterns (my internet started working again), and I decided I would add a bit of ruffling like some other patterns have. Mine isn’t quite as frilly, but it makes the ice cream appear nicer. I crocheted into the ice cream right above where the colors change. I basically stitched [(1 sc, 3 sc)* repeat] until I ran out of space, then I tied off the end and tucked it inside of the ice cream. If you wanted it to look frillier you could go around a second row, in that case I think just a single sc in each stitch would be fine.

The ice cream can appear a bit stretched. In that case I just smashed it down a bit and it looked a little rounder.

I think it will be fine unless it gets really rough housed. If you wanted to make the scoops more rounded, I would suggest stitching it from the inside so it curves more.

In theory this is how it would work, but since I didn’t try it I’m not positive.

So have fun making ice cream!

Vale.

4 thoughts on “3 Scoop Ice Cream Cone Crochet Pattern

    • I belong to TOPS (take off pounds sensibly )and I am going to make each person one of these for a giftl They will love it and I will enjoy making them and giving them to them. Thanx for the pattern.

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