Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Black and White Cookie

Yes, another crocheted cookie.

I'm not going to post a picture of the cookie I made, because the cookie has disappeared. It was on my desk and then it was gone. Where, I don't know. My guess is spontaneous digestion. It did look delicious.

If I ever find it, I'll post a picture. And maybe tell a tale of it's great adventures into the unknown...

PATTERN

With tan or a "cookie dough colour" of your choice chain 2.

  1. Into the second ch from the hook sc 6.
  2. Sc inc around (12).
  3. *Sc, sc inc* around (18).
  4. *Sc 2, sc inc* around (24).
  5. *Sc 3, sc inc* around (30).
  6. *Sc 4, sc inc* around (36).
  7. *Sc 5, sc inc* around (42).
  8. *Sc 6, sc inc* around (48). Finish off.

Make the topping in exact same way, except on the first round sc the first 3 with white and the next with brown (or if you prefer a darker chocolate, you may use black). On the next rounds you'll always crochet into the previous round's white sc with white and into the brown ones with brown. Here it is spelled out:

Chain 2 with white.

  1. Into the second ch from the hook sc 3 with white and 3 with brown (6).
  2. Sc inc around, first 3 inc with white, the next 3 with brown (12).
  3. *Sc, sc inc* around 3 times with white, 3 times with brown (18).
  4. *Sc 2, sc inc* around  3 times with white, 3 times with brown (24).
  5. *Sc 3, sc inc* around  3 times with white, 3 times with brown (30).
  6. *Sc 4, sc inc* around 3 times with white, 3 times with brown  (36).
  7. *Sc 5, sc inc* around 3 times with white, 3 times with brown  (42).
  8. *Sc 6, sc inc* around 3 times with white, 3 times with brown  (48). Finish off.

Now you have two options to sew the two pieces together:

  1. Sew the edges together with tan, all around.
  2. Sew the white half with white and the brown half with brown (this is what I did).

There you have it. I hope your cookie won't vanish.

EDIT: Here it is!

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