Three-Scoop Ice Cream Cone · Free Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by SuperCuteDesigns

by - March 15, 2022


I know I'm in good company here when I say that I LOVE crocheting super cute amigurumis!  This blog post is a special treat for my ami addict crew here, because it's the free crochet pattern for this adorable Three-Scoop Ice Cream Cone design by Jennifer Santos of SuperCuteDesign

How adorable is it?  This triple scoop includes yummy glaze and both unicorn and panda parts!  You can easily customize this pattern with different yarn colors to create different "flavors", and if you want to get fancy with embellishments, I think attaching some colorful beads (or sewing some French knots) as "sprinkles" would be super cute too!  

This free pattern from Jennifer is just a "sneak peek" at the 30 amazing patterns she has in her newest book, Too Cute Amigurumi!  It has all the sweet treats you can dream of.  I recently got this book and am "aww"-ing over all the cute and colorful projects inside!  From frozen to baked goods, and drinks to plants, there's a good variety of different things to crochet.  I think they all make wonderful gifts for loved ones as well, because these designs are surely crowd-pleasers.

I hope you'll grab a copy of this book and enjoy the cute makes in here!  All of the patterns are very beautifully-formatted, easy to read, and have clear instructions.  There are photo references included with many of the patterns to guide you through the crocheting process too! 

Now, don't forget to PIN this pattern to save it on your Amigurumi Crochet board~





Three-Scoop Ice Cream Cone

Free Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Jennifer Santos of SuperCuteDesign


Note: This content is reprinted with permission from Too Cute Amigurumi by Jennifer Santos, Page Street Publishing, Co. 2022. Photo credit: Jennifer Santos

Intro:

You should never settle for just one scoop of ice cream, and in the case of this awesome amigurumi, you’ll have three! You will start by making your cone. You’ll then work your way up, crocheting and adding the bottom scoop, then the panda scoop and last, but not least, the unicorn scoop! This pattern has a lot of pieces and may take some time, but I promise you the delightful treat at the end will be worth it!


Size:

Approximate size for a finished Three-Scoop Ice Cream Cone: 7.5 x 4 inches (19 x 10 cm)


Level of Difficulty:

★★★☆☆  Intermediate


Abbreviations:

  • rnd: round 
  • ch: chain 
  • sc: single crochet 
  • 1 inc: single crochet 2 stitches into the same stitch 
  • 1 dec: single crochet 2 stitches together 
  • dc: double crochet 
  • hdc: half double crochet 
  • sl: slip stitch 
  • st(s): stitch(es)


Materials:

  • Light fingering weight yarn in Sand, Hot Pink, Pink, White, Black, Lilac, Mint and Gray 
  • US B/1 (2.25-mm) hook 3 
  • 6-mm safety eyes 
  • Tapestry needle 
  • Black embroidery floss 
  • Polyester stuffing 
  • White embroidery floss 
  • Black sewing thread



Cone

Using your Sand yarn, start with a magic ring.

Rnd 1: 6 sc into the magic ring (6 sc total)

Rnd 2: 6 sc (6 sc total)

Rnd 3: [1 inc] 6 times (12 sc total)

Rnd 4: 12 sc (12 sc total)

Rnd 5: [1 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (18 sc total)

Rnd 6–7: 18 sc (2 rounds, [18 sc in each round])

Rnd 8: [2 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (24 sc total)

Rnd 9–10: 24 sc (2 rounds, [24 sc in each round])

Rnd 11: [3 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (30 sc total)

Rnd 12–13: 30 sc (2 rounds, [30 sc in each round])

Rnd 14: [4 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (36 sc total)

Rnd15–17: 36 sc (3 rounds, [36 sc in each round])

Rnd 18: [5 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (42 sc total)

Rnd 19–22: 42 sc (4 rounds, [42 sc in each round])

Cut yarn and fasten off all threads.


Bottom Scoop

Using your Hot Pink yarn, start with a magic ring.

Rnd 1: 6 sc into the magic ring (6 sc total)

Rnd 2: [1 inc] 6 times (12 sc total)

Rnd 3: [1 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (18 sc total)

Rnd 4: 1 sc, 1 inc [2 sc, 1 inc] 5 times, 1 sc (24 sc total)

Rnd 5: [3 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (30 sc total)

Rnd 6: 2 sc, 1 inc [4 sc, 1 inc] 5 times, 2 sc (36 sc total)

Rnd 7: [5 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (42 sc total)

Rnd 8–15: 42 sc (8 rounds, [42 sc in each round])

Rnd 16: In front loops only, 4 hdc in each st

Finish with 1 sl.

Cut yarn but leave a long tail for sewing.

Attach a pair of 6-mm safety eyes between rounds 12 and 13 with 6 st between them.

Embroider a black mouth using black embroidery floss, and embroider pink cheeks using Pink yarn.

Sew the Bottom Scoop on top of the Cone. Don’t forget to stuff it.


Panda Scoop

Using your White yarn, start with a magic ring.

Rnd 1: 6 sc into the magic ring (6 sc total)

Rnd 2: [1 inc] 6 times (12 sc total)

Rnd 3: [1 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (18 sc total)

Rnd 4: 1 sc, 1 inc [2 sc, 1 inc] 5 times, 1 sc (24 sc total)

Rnd 5: [3 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (30 sc total)

Rnd 6: 2 sc, 1 inc [4 sc, 1 inc] 5 times, 2 sc (36 sc total)

Rnd 7: [5 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (42 sc total)

Rnd 8–15: 42 sc (8 rounds, [42 sc in each round])

Rnd 16: In front loops only, *5 hdc, skip 1 st, 1 sl, skip 1 st*

Repeat from * to * for the entire round, ending after 5 hdc on the final repeat.

Finish with 1 sl.

Cut yarn but leave a long tail for sewing.

Sew the Panda Scoop on top of the Bottom Scoop. Don’t forget to stuff it.


Panda Eyes (Make 2)

Using your Black yarn, start with a magic ring.

Rnd 1: 6 sc into the magic ring (6 sc total)

Rnd 2: [1 inc] 6 times (12 sc total)

Finish with 1 sl.

Cut yarn and fasten off all threads.

Embroider white sleepy eyes using white embroidery floss.

Pin the Eyes to the Panda Scoop and sew them on using black sewing thread.

Embroider a pink nose using your Pink yarn, then embroider a mouth using your black embroidery thread.


Panda Ears (Make 2)

Using your Black yarn, start with a magic ring.

Rnd 1: 6 sc into the magic ring (6 sc total)

Rnd 2: [1 inc] 6 times (12 sc total)

Rnd 3–5: 12 sc (3 rounds, [12 sc in each round])

Rnd 6: [1 sc, 1 dec] 4 times (8 sc total)

Finish with 1 sl.

Cut yarn but leave a long tail for sewing.

Wait until you have attached the Unicorn Scoop before sewing on the Panda Ears.


Unicorn Scoop

Using your Lilac yarn, start with a magic ring.

Rnd 1: 6 sc into the magic ring (6 sc total)

Rnd 2: [1 inc] 6 times (12 sc total)

Rnd 3: [1 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (18 sc total)

Rnd 4: 1 sc, 1 inc [2 sc, 1 inc] 5 times, 1 sc (24 sc total)

Rnd 5: [3 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (30 sc total)

Rnd 6: 2 sc, 1 inc [4 sc, 1 inc] 5 times, 2 sc (36 sc total)

Rnd 7: [5 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (42 sc total)

Rnd 8–15: 42 sc (8 rounds, [42 sc in each round])

Rnd 16: In front loops only, *5 hdc, skip 1 st, 1 sl, skip 1 st*

Repeat from * to * for the entire round, ending after 5 hdc on the final repeat.

Finish with 1 sl.

Cut yarn but leave a long tail for sewing.

Embroider a black mouth using black embroidery floss in the middle of round 13.

Attach one 6-mm safety eye between rounds 12 and 13.

Embroider a blinking eye 6 st away from the safety eye using black embroidery floss and pink cheeks using Pink yarn.

Sew the Unicorn Scoop on top of the Panda Scoop. Don’t forget to stuff it. Pin the Panda Ears to the Panda Scoop and sew them on.


Frosting

Using your Mint yarn, start with a magic ring.

Rnd 1: 6 sc into the magic ring (6 sc total)

Rnd 2: [1 inc] 6 times (12 sc total)

Rnd 3: [1 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (18 sc total)

Rnd 4: 1 sc, 1 inc [2 sc, 1 inc] 5 times, 1 sc (24 sc total)

Rnd 5: [3 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (30 sc total)

Rnd 6: 2 sc, 1 inc [4 sc, 1 inc] 5 times, 2 sc (36 sc total)

Rnd 7: [5 sc, 1 inc] 6 times (42 sc total)

Now you are going to crochet the frosting that’s dripping down the Unicorn Scoop.

Ch 4, starting in the second ch from the hook, 3 hdc

Skip 1 st of round 7, 3 sl in round 7

Ch 6, starting in the second ch from the hook, 5 hdc

Skip 1 st, 3 sl

Ch 5, starting in the second ch from the hook, 4 hdc

Skip 1 st, 3 sl

Ch 3, starting in the second ch from the hook, 2 hdc

Skip 1 st, 3 sl, 4 hdc in the same st, 3 sl

Ch 4, starting in the second ch from the hook, 3 hdc

Skip 1 st, 3 sl

Ch 6, starting in the second ch from the hook, 5 hdc

Skip 1 st, 3 sl

Ch 3, starting in the second ch from the hook, 2 hdc

Skip 1 st, 3 sl, 4 hdc in the same st, 3 sl

Ch 4, starting in the second ch from the hook, 3 hdc

Skip 1 st, 4 sl

Cut yarn but leave a long tail for sewing.

Pin the Frosting on top of the Unicorn Scoop and sew it on.


Unicorn Ears (Make 2)

Using your Lilac yarn, start with a magic ring.

Rnd 1: 6 sc into the magic ring (6 sc total)

Rnd 2: 6 sc (6 sc total)

Rnd 3: [1 inc] 6 times (12 sc total)

Rnd 4–5: 12 sc (2 rounds, [12 sc in each round])

Rnd 6: [1 sc, 1 dec] 4 times (8 sc total)

Finish with 1 sl.

Cut yarn but leave a long tail for sewing. Press the Ears flat with your hands, if necessary, and pin them to the Unicorn Scoop. Sew them on.


Unicorn Horn

Using your Gray yarn, start with a magic ring.

Rnd 1: 6 sc into the magic ring (6 sc total)

Rnd 2: 6 sc (6 sc total)

Rnd 3: [1 sc, 1 inc] 3 times (9 sc total)

Rnd 4–5: 9 sc (2 rounds, [9 sc in each round])

Finish with 1 sl.

Cut yarn but leave a long tail for sewing.

Stuff the Horn just a little bit. Pin it to the top of the Unicorn Scoop and sew it on.





Thank you for reading, and hope you have a fun time crocheting this sweet project!  If you'd like more fun crafts, be sure to check out my free patterns collection.  

For additional sweet treats, check out my free Valentine's Day amigurumi page for the Kitty Cat Cupcake, Unicorn Floral Cupcake, Bunny Rabbit Cupcake, macarons, and more! 


Happy crocheting, friends!


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