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Knitted cones from a free pattern at I Like Lemons. I made these for my niece last year and used scrap yarns and seed beads. They take only a couple of hours each, or less if you aren’t having to rewind skeins from toddler hands. I always get the urge to knit during the hottest months, but luckily this project inspired some taste-testing to get the colors right. I Like Lemons seems to have ended her posts, but there are more cute free patterns in the archives. Her Olive and Ball projects are pretty amazing. Etsy has a variety of knitted foods here if you would prefer to buy instead of knit.
T C B said:
Thank you Aunt Jeanne! -Clementine
Heather Beach said:
One year later, and these are still among C’s favorite toys. Every day she “eats” her pink ice cream cone, gives the chocolate double scoop to Mama, and the vanilla soft serve to Papa. Soon she will rival Aunt Jeanne’s extreme love of ice cream!