Cookie Needle Book

Inspired by a notions swap, I baked up a cute little chocolate chip cookie needle book!  You could easily change the pattern to suit whatever flavor cookies you like:  chocolate sandwich cookies, sugar cookies, etc.

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Supplies:
Worsted Weight Yarn, Small amounts of Tan and Brown
3.5 / E crochet hook
Felt
Glue
Sewing machine or hand sewing supplies

Pattern note:  2scinc means do 2 sc in the same stitch to increase by 1

Cookies (make 2):
Working in a spiral without joining, starting with tan:
Magic Loop
6 sc in loop (6 sc)
2scinc around (12 sc)
[sc, 2scinc] repeat around (18 sc)
[sc, sc, 2scinc] repeat around (24 sc)
[sc, sc, sc, 2scinc] repeat around (30 sc)
[sc, sc, sc, sc, 2scinc] repeat around (36 sc)
Finish Off.  Sew in ends.
Embroider chocolate chips using brown yarn.

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Filling:
Using template, cut two pieces of felt.
Hand or machine sew two felts together along the center line.
Glue or sew outside felt pages to wrong side of cookie pieces.

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Voila!  Now you have a cookie needle book!

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August 10, 2013. Tags: , , , , , , . Crochet Pattern, Sewing.

3 Comments

  1. kerrichappell12 replied:

    This is so cute! Will definitely be making this.

  2. creative pixie replied:

    This looks really good, such an original idea.

  3. Brenda Russell replied:

    What a quick and cute idea! Who’d have thought of cookies for a needle case?!? Love it – making as soon as . . . well, one of these days! ;-) Maybe it’ll help me stop losing those pesky yarn needles. Ooh, ooh! Oatmeal raisin for yarn needles, chocolate chip for tapestry needles, frosted sugar cookies for sharps! What a concept. Thank you, thank you :-))

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