Are you ready to see crochet food patterns that are good enough to eat? I’m sharing crochet scarves, amigurumi and more.
I love foodie themed crochet patterns. From amigurumi’s to wearables, you can’t go wrong with a crochet food project.
If you’re looking for crochet food patterns, check out this list of patterns I’m sharing below.
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1. Cupcake Coffee Cup Cozy
These coffee cup cupcake cozies make great gifts for coffee and tea lovers.
They’re also the perfect thing to make when you’re trying to use up some leftover yarn. Get the pattern from Twinkie Chan.
2. Pizza Pillow Blanket
This is called a pizza pillow blanket because it’s a blanket that you can fold into a pillow. This blanket would make a great gift for friends and family. Get the pattern from Crafty Mom and Dad.
3. Hot Dog Scarf
This hot dog scarf is a great pattern for beginners. The primary stitch used for this scarf is the half double crochet (hdc).
If you can do that, you can make this scarf. Get the pattern from Twinkie Chan.
4. Christmas Hot Cocoa
This easy pattern is so cute and fun to make. You’ll receive instructions for crocheting your own mug with marshmallows, cookies, and the candy cane. Get the pattern from Yarn Blossom Boutique.
5. Crochet Cakes
These crochet cakes are so cute and creative. The pattern shows you how to make the Strawberry Dream Cake, St. Patrick’s Day cake and the Rainbow Birthday cake, which includes printable gift tags. Get the pattern from Yarn Blossom Boutique.
6. Taco Blanket
This taco blanket is the perfect gift for Christmas, Father’s Day and more.
If you love this pattern, keep in mind that the size is for adults only. Additional sizes are in the works though. Get the pattern from Crafty Mom and Dad.
This hamBEARger is the cutest thing and would make a great gift for a child.
I would love to make this bear and sit it on my bookshelf or desk in my office. Get the pattern from Krawka.
8. Ice Cream Cone Scarf
Twinkie Chan makes the best foodie crochet pattern. I’ve made her fingerless gloves, scarves, and so much more.
I’m a big fan! If you make this ice cream cone scarf, be prepared to receive a lot of attention. Get the pattern from Twinkie Chan.
9. Mexican Fiesta
This PDF pattern includes 6 different Mexican food patterns; avocado, crunchy taco, soft taco, lime, nachos, and salsa.
These kawaii food patterns are perfect for kids and make great gifts for adults. Get the pattern from Yarn Blossom Boutique.
10. The Sushi Family
How cute is this amigurumi sushi family? This pattern includes 8 tutorials for making the crochet sushi you see in the photo below.
There’s the rice bowl, sushi, sweet buns, tamago, ebi, tomato, broccoli, and fortune cookie. Get the pattern from Amigurumi Food.
11. Strawberry Coaster
If you love coasters and you’re looking for a cute coaster pattern, you have to make this strawberry coaster.
This pattern can also be used as an applique for your other crochet projects. Get the pattern from My Alpaca Studio.
12. Steamed Bun and Dipping Sauce
These steamed buns are so easy to make, and the addition of the dipping sauce makes this the cutest foodie crochet amigurumi ever. Get the pattern from Lulus Little Shop.
13. Pop-Tart Scarf
This Pop-Tart scarf is so easy to make and would make a great birthday or Christmas gift. Of course, it would make a wonderful gift for yourself too. Get the pattern from Diane Langan.
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