Crochet Oreo Cookies

If you are looking for a cute, fun crochet project that looks good enough to eat, try making crochet Oreo cookies. This is a guide about crochet Oreo cookies.


January 15, 2007 Flag
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Don't be surprised if someone tries to help themselves to a cookie! They will look real at a glance. Crochet Oreo Cookies With Milk

Materials and Tools:


Using the following directions make two brown disks and 1 white disk for each cookie.

  1. To begin, wrap yarn twice around your finger to form circle.
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  3. Put hook through circle, pick up yarn and ch 2.
  4. 1st Rnd: Make 13 DC in a circle and sl st to top of ch2 (14DC) Pull end of yarn to draw the circle up tight.
  5. 2nd Rnd: ch2, 1 DC in first st, 2 DC in each st around (28DC)
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    Stack your cookies and baste through all at edge as shown. Display in clear jar or apothecary. And don't be surprised if someone tries to help themselves to a cookie! They will look real at a glance.


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    March 5, 20080 found this helpful

    Great pattern - Thanks for sharing!

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    October 13, 20080 found this helpful

    Do you have a free pattern for the oreo cookie afghan?

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    October 22, 20080 found this helpful

    I made about 6 of these about 20 years ago. I made them to put out with "Santas milk and cookies" Christmas display I had in my home. On the plate next to the tree, I placed a dish with the crochet cookies and a fake glass of milk. Just about everyone who comes into my home tries to eat them! It is so funny to watch, especially the ones who think they are sneaking a cookie! They get a mouth full of fuzz! I still have them and 20 years later they are still included in my of my decorating theme for the holidays every year!

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    May 4, 20100 found this helpful

    Great for those of us who are dieting! I teach a class of third, fourth and fifth grade students in an after school program and they will love this pattern.

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    January 15, 20120 found this helpful
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