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Go ahead... play with your food!
My 13-year-old daughter came up with this design idea: an amigurumi toy that comes apart like those trendy, collectible, Japanese puzzle erasers. I went gaga over her idea and modified her design to include plastic cross-stitch canvas in the stick to make it rigid. Looks like a milk chocolate-coated Dove bar... yum!
This ice cream bar is quick and easy to make, and best of all: no sewing pieces together--just pure crochet bliss. And it makes a fun gift: kids love pulling the pieces apart and putting them back together.
-- definitions of stitch abbreviations
-- materials list, including recommended yarn brands and colors
-- lots of step-by-step color photos
-- links to helpful online crochet tutorials
10 sc x 10 rows = 2 inches
My goal is to provide the most accurate, detailed, and clear crochet instructions possible. I spend many hours writing, designing, proof-reading, and testing each pattern. Each pattern includes step-by-step photos to illustrate the text. I want your crochet experience with my patterns to be error-free, easy to understand, and creatively satisfying.